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Court rolls of the Manor of Little Crosby, A.D. 1628 and 1634.

Augustine Watts

Court rolls of the Manor of Little Crosby, A.D. 1628 and 1634.

by Augustine Watts

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Published by Historic Society in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Extract from the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

ContributionsHistoric Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.
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Open LibraryOL22601782M

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Court rolls of the Manor of Little Crosby, A.D. 1628 and 1634 by Augustine Watts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Manorial court rolls, Authors: Manor of Hethersett Woodhall. Court (Hethersett, Norfolk) (Main Author) Format: Manuscript/Manuscript on Film Language: This manor was anciently called Manor of Hethersett, then for a time it was known as Palgrave's Manor.

LITTLE ASBY MANOR; This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

book of court rolls, with other. Two of the court rolls of Little Crosby of andwith lists of the freeholders, are printed in Trans. Hist. Soc. (New Ser.), vii-viii, – (New Ser.), vii-viii, – Officers peculiar to the manors on the coast were the 'surveyors of the sandy copps.'. Manorial records included: Court rolls/books to record manor court proceedings; a listing the tenants, with rents due; and extents and surveys (statements of the extent and valuation of the manorial lands and properties--usually made when the manor changed hands and often accompanied by maps or plans of the estate).

Names of Court rolls of the Manor of Little Crosby were. A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade. The Molyneux family were one of the oldest families in the original county of Lancashire.

Normans by descent, they were initially to be granted the Manor of Little Crosby, which had been held by one Uctred until By it was owned by Richard de Molyneux of Sefton. The family later also owned most of the districts of Speke and Rainhill.

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Guardianship of Robert Crosby, and the last assignment of administration of the estate of John Crosby, were apparently from Perorogative and Exchequer of York Wills, v.

29, p.derived from Bartlett's research. Walter Lee Sheppard, NEHGR, v., pp. Inone Thomas de Crosby was entered in the Poll Tax Returns of Yorkshire, and inHenry Crosseby, witness, was noted in the Assize Court Rolls of Warwickshire.

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Crosby Records, ] PREFACE. THE following pages illustrate a phase in the social history of England hitherto but slightly commemorated. Few traces will be found in the Chetham publications of the bitter religious conflict raging, more especially in Lancashire, before the convulsive throes of civil war were felt throughout the land.

Act Book, P. and E. Court of York, Harthill Deanery.) 3. JOHN3 SOTHERON (Robert2, William1), born in Holme-on-Spalding-Moor aboutis mentioned in a rental roll of Holme Manor of about as holding a messuage, a croft, an oxgang of land, three flatts, and two acres of meadow, paying yearly therefor 20s.

Lancelot PORTER of Low Holme, son of William Porter, is mentioned in the Muncaster Court Rolls as freeholder of Low Holme, parcel of the manor, from the 2 nd October,to 24 th January, He may have married Bridget, (she may, however, have been his youngest aunt.), buried at Eskdale 5 th August, ; and he had a son Joseph who.

Chapelry History [edit | edit source]. Great Crosby a township with a district chapel called St Luke was built by at leastand stood in the parish of Sefton, union and hundred of West Derby, S. division of the county of Lancaster, 7¾ miles north by west of Liverpool.A Roman Catholic chapel was built in Little Crosby, was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin or St Mary's, was erected by.

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In situating their romance as dependent on the. Of the other and possibly superior moiety of the manor but little can be said. Richard de Charnock, who appears in(fn. 26) had before been succeeded by Henry son of Thomas de Charnock, (fn.

27) and in William de. (Admon. Act Book, P. and E. Court of York, Harthill Deanery.) 3. JOHN3 SOTHERON (Robert2, William1), born in Holme-on-Spalding-Moor aboutis mentioned in a rental roll of Holme Manor of about as holding a messuage, a croft, an oxgang of land, three flatts, and two acres of meadow, paying yearly therefor 20s.

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Also Free – The Indexes of the Monroe County Court of Common Pleas through (CofCP Record Books #2 thru #37) are now available online and Free. Click here to go to an. index where you can select and examine each Court of Common Pleas Record Book Index.“The early history of Little Crosby might be written at great length, for there are preserved at the Hall over deeds of date from to They are in good preservation, and form a very remarkable series.

Most of them are witnessed by the Molyneux of Sefton, whose residence was only two miles away.