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Page 162 - By the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Christ in Oxon, 15 November 1684. The day and year above written his Majesty's mandate for the removal of Mr. Lock from his Student's place and deprivation of him from all the rights and advantages thereto belonging was read in Chapter and ordered to be put in execution, there being present Jo : Oxon, Dean...
Page xi - Zouche, and 3 messuages, 300 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow and 100 acres of pasture in Yelvertoft, and the advowson of the church of Yelvertoft, forfeited by William Catesby, esquire.
Page x - Anderton ; also of 8 messuages, 9 gardens, 150 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, and 40 acres of pasture...
Page 157 - ... clerk, deceased, and his estate, part or all of which is said to have been, at the time of his death, mortgaged to Barbara Bainbrigg, of Derby, widow, &c., &c. (C. 28 Nov., 3 W. and M., ID 14 Jan., 3 W. and M., at Stockport.) 4th William and Mary, 1692. East, No. 13. JOHN LEIGH versus JOHN MANLEY. Cathedral Church of Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary of Chester, and tithes in Newton, Blacon, and Chester, &c., &c. Tithes. (C. 12 Feb., 3 W. and M., ID 1 1 Apr., 4 W. and M.,at Chester.) 4th William...
Page 57 - Charles II., 1680. Mich., No. 31. RICHARD TOWNLEY versus JANE HAWORTH, widow, ROGER NOWELL, ROGER KENYON, BRYAN BOOTH. Plaintiff's real and personal estate, including the manor of Barneside, the capital messuage called Carr Hall, with the demesnes, &c., &c., lying in Barnside, Foulrigg, Munkroid, Colne, Ightenhill, Burneley, and...
Page 169 - William III., 1701. Mich., No. 38. CHARLES DAVENPORT versus Sir THOMAS STANLEY, Bart., THOMAS SMALSHAW, WM. SMITH, GEO. HULME, JOHN MACLEW, WM. AMBROSE, HEN. HESKETH, JOHN WHITFIELD, JOHN BISPHAM, BENJ. FLETCHER, RICHD. FISHWICK. Manor of Bickersteth, alias Bickerstaffe (Lancaster). Touching lands granted in trust for raising the sum of 200 per annum as jointure to Dame Elizth. Stanley (plaintiff's late wife, relict of Sir Edwd.
Page 142 - Burneley, and Goosenargh (Lancaster), left to the management of the defendant Jane Haworth on plaintiff's departure from home to join the king's forces as a soldier. Touching the execution of...
Page 170 - ... time of said Sir Edwd.? What annuity or rent charge did Peter Stanley (defendant's uncle) and Henry Stanley (defendant's great uncle) claim out of said manor ? Customs of manor, &c., &c. [The names and possessions of Mrs. Elizabeth Stanley (defendant's aunt), who afterwards intermarried with Mr. Byron Bradshaw, the Earl of Derby, Thos. Fisher, Roger Bostock, and Thomas Ashurst, of Ashurst, are mentioned.] (C. 9 July, ID 2 Oct., 1701, at Chester.) I3th William III., 1701.
Page 100 - Stanley (plaintiff's late wife, relict of Sir Edwd. Stanley, defendant's late father). Did Dame Mary Stanley (defendant's late grandmother) sue for her dower of said manor in the life time of said Sir Edwd.?
Page 86 - ... to Ferdinando Stanley, late of Broughton (defendant's late father). Touching a mortgage of said manor by said Ferdinando to Geo. Chetham (plaintiff's late father), &c., &c. (C. 21 May, ID 14 June, at Manchester.) 6th William and Mary, 1694. Trin., No. 18. ALEXANDER HESKETH and his wife MARIA versus THOS. DODD, ROBT. CHOLMONDLEY, JOHN CAUNCE. Messuages and tenements in Ormskirke, a close of ground tenement in Ormskirke, called the Eagle and Child, &c., &c.

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