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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Ulnes Walton

    Ulnes Walton ULNES WALTON Waleton, 1203, 1301; Ulveswalton, 1284; Ulfneswalton, 1320; Ulneswalton, 1321. 1 This township is crossed by the Lostock brook, flowing south-west to join the Yarrow . Wymott brook, an affluent, divides Ulnes Walton from Bretherton . The

    The parish of Croston

    The parish of Croston CROSTON Croston; Mawdesley ; Bispham ; Bretherton ; Ulnes; Walton The parish of Croston , now containing five townships and an area of 10,740 acres, 1 was formerly much more extensive. Much Hoole , with

    Townships Bryning-with-Kellamergh

    Townships Bryning-with-Kellamergh BRYNING-WITH-KELLAMERGH Birstatbrinning, 1200; Birstatbrunning, 1239; Burstad Brining, 1242; Brunigg, 1252; Brining, 1257. Kelfgrimeshereg, 1200; Kelgrimisarhe, 1239; Kelsimshargt, 1249; Kelgrimesarth, 1254; Kelgrimsargh, Kelegrymesarch, 1251; Gelgrumysharagh, 1292; Kelgremargh, 1405; Kellermargh, 1444. The township has an area of 1,061 acres,

    Townships Heskin

    Townships Heskin HESKIN Heskyn, 1301. This township, formerly united with Eccleston , lies on the northerly slope of the hills of Parbold and Wrightington , the surface descending from the 200 ft. to the 100 ft. level. The north-east

    Townships Eccleston

    Townships Eccleston ECCLESTON Ekeleston, 1203; Ecliston, 1252; Hecleston, 1284; Eccleston , 1301. The township of Eccleston is divided into two parts by the River Yarrow , which flows through it westward to join the Douglas . The parish church,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOPFORD, William (by 1522-84), of Bispham and Wrightington, Lancs.

    STOPFORD, William (by 1522-84), of Bispham and Wrightington, Lancs. Constituency Dates Liverpool 1558 Ofifces Held Commr. in local disputes 1553, 1578. Biography The Earl of Derby and the duchy of Lancaster customarily shared the nomination of the Liverpool Members.

    FARRINGTON, Henry (by 1471-1549/51), of Farington, Leyland and Worden, Lancs.

    FARRINGTON, Henry (by 1471-1549/51), of Farington, Leyland and Worden, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire 1529 Ofifces Held Steward, Eccleston, Heskin, Leyland, Penwortham and Ulnes Walton, Lancs. 1505 and without Eccleston and Heskin 1547; esquire of the body in 1505; commr.

    RADCLIFFE, Ralph (d.1432), of Blackburn and Smithills, Lancs.

    RADCLIFFE, Ralph (d.1432), of Blackburn and Smithills, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire Apr. 1414 Lancashire 1423 Lancashire 1427 Ofifces Held Receiver of the Lancs. and Cheshire estates of the duchy of Lancaster 10 Apr. 1413-24 Nov. 1417. Ofifces Held J.p.

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, U, V

    Index of names and places U, V U. Ubley , co. Somerset, ii. 982. Uckington . See Utkinton. Uffington (Offington), co. Berks, ii. 260. Ufflet , John, ii. 277. Ugborough (Ugborow), co. Devon, ii. 624. Ulnes Walton , co.

    Index of names and places, G

    Index of names and places G G. Gabettas , Thomas, ii. 1445. Gace , John, i. 1138. Gadgirth (Gaitgirth), Ayrshire, ii. 1147. 1385. Gaeler . See Galer. Gage : Edmund, ii. 1247. William, of Bentley, ii. 631, 638. Gainford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. THE ALLIED FLEETS IN THE BLACK SEA. PArIs, Sunday. Rear-Admiral Sir Houston Stewart left Constantinople on the 29th for the Black Sea with three steamers under his command. It was said that his orders were to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCY) AL& ANA) GENERAL Re understena that the Inland Revenue Office, Lleeds, ivill this day be removed to Rno. 12, PaktW LREMrS YoruoG MEN'S CHRISIA ASoItioR 'The onnal eoirSe and dietributions of prizes in connectn wih ist VrIBsewotthy aseociatioti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEETING OF THE BRITIS9 ASSOCIATION AT LEEPS. TiHE preparations for the meetIng have been prqceed- lug with great spirit and sueess. The reception- roomt at the Town-Hall was opened on Monday morning for the issue or tickets, and between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just Published, BY REQUEST, » cpIIMON Preached at the Triennial Visitation I nf ihe HicstT Rkvekend tfie Lord Bishop ( , ( -.tih, iv tlie Parish Citu/rch, of Blackburn, ,','. jtiMsdar- I- 11 ' oi - ,uue ' l83 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *** PUBLIC NOTICE. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST THE CHOLERA. Tut; disease called the Cholera having shown itself in . iwnt wart* of the country, it isthought prudentto m f fS-S-* the public of Blackburn to the fact, ***, Z to the Subscribers-only content

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