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Seventeenth-century Lancashire

Seventeenth-century Lancashire

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Published by Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire in Liverpool .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by J.I. Kermode and C.B. Phillips.
SeriesTransactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire -- 132
ContributionsBagley, J. J., Kermode, J. I., Phillips, C. B. 1944-, Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.
The Physical Object
Pagination194p., 1 folded map. :
Number of Pages194
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14534460M

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seventeenth-century Lancashire. Liverpool: [Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire], Buy Seventeenth-century Lancashire by Kermode, J.I., Phillips, C.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY, THEIR STATUS AND WEALTH In the Lancashire Record Office at Preston are the wills and inventories of men and women who lived in the Forest in the seventeenth century, and this study is based on inventories and wills, concerning in all different people.

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Worthington - ISBN: A detailed treatise on thirty two Worthington families of the 17th century in Lancashire and others worldwide whose ancestry can be traced to Lancashire produced from some of over 2, written references collected over more than.

A unique 17th century map of Lancashire recently found in The University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library has been placed on public display for the first time.

This cartographic treasure, hand drawn by the Elizabethan Herald William Smith, is on show at The John Rylands Library, in Manchester city centre, this week until December ().

‘By the charitie of good people’: poverty and neighbourly support in seventeenth century Lancashire. Family & Community History: Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. John Crosse of Liverpool and Recusancy in Early Seventeenth-Century Lancashire - Volume 20 Issue 1 - R.

Dottie. andand John Crosse and Ralph Seacombe had done likewise in and Twemlow, Liverpool Town Books I p.II p.pp. – People who came from Halifax Parish of West Yorkshire and Lancashire, England about the same time Jonathan Fairbanks and John Prescott arrived in the 17th Century.

LANCASHIRE DURING THE CIVIL WAR PERIOD B. Elackwood, B.A.,INTRODUCTION L ANCASHIRE was regarded as a county of religious extremes during the seventeenth century. The Reverend Richard Heyricke was warned, before taking up his appointment as. There is some general information about poverty in Warton in: Mourholme Local History Society, How it was: a north Lancashire parish in the seventeenth century (Carnforth, ).

It opens with a round-up of the history of brewing, pubs and ale-selling, and a section on Lancashire's pub signs, though most of the book is dedicated to an A-Z of over fifty of the most interesting inns.

Their history, architecture, ghosts and associated legends are all featured, as well as the exploits of their famous and infamous landlords. Dr Bill Shannon reading his book, Seventeenth-Century Lancashire Restored.

Insome old papers were found in the basement of Towneley Hall, Burnley, which turned out to be a survey of the roads of Lancashire, with street plans of Preston and Lancaster. Sin, sex and society in seventeenth-century Lancashire Addy, J.

Volume 4: Some possible Domesday locations in the 'West Riding’ area of Lancashire Duckworth, G. Volume 7: vi, pages: 24 cm.

How it was: a North Lancashire parish in the seventeenth century Item Preview. Part III focuses on what Paul Slack termed ‘deep poverty’, the experiences of those driven into longer-term relief and the way in which the system in Lancashire coped with the demographic and economic crises of the seventeenth century.

Healey makes a good case in defence of his source-base. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY CHINA DOUGLAS LANCASHIRE, Professor of Chinese, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand In several articles and books published in recent years attempts have been made to examine the anti-Christian tradition in China and to seek for the causes of the failure of.

This is a sociological study of the impact of urban-industrial life on the kinship system of the working classes in nineteenth-century Lancashire. This book will interest scholars and graduates specialising in sociology and history and will serve as a valuable reference book for undergraduates.

Lancaster: Palatine Books. ISBN 1 07 8. Mourholme Local History Society (). How it Was: A North Lancashire Parish in the Seventeenth Century.

ISBN Full text available online; Mourholme Local History Society (). Warton – How a North Lancashire Parish Changed. ISBN   From the notorious Pendle Witches, whose nefarious activities in the seventeenth century led to death and disaster, to the reviled Myra Hindley, the most hated woman in modern criminal history, Issy Shannon's new book is a riveting roll-call of Lancashire women truly deserving of Author: Issy Shannon.

The Art of Midwifery book. Early Modern Midwives in Europe. Mothers and their midwives in seventeenth-century London. of health care services.1 Previous studies of early modern midwifery have paid scant attention to the identities of midwives’ clients and to clients’ perceptions of the women who were so intimately concerned with Cited by: 5.The trials of the Lancashire Witches: a study of seventeenth-century witchcraft Edgar Peel, Pat Southern Taplinger Pub.

Co., Jan 1, - Body, Mind & Spirit - pages.seventeenth century it was not uncommon for the unwed mother in Lancashire to pay the father to keep their bastard, for the father to keep the child at his own charge, or for both parents to board their illegitimate offspring with a third party with both contributing to its support.5 By the late seventeenth century Lancashire JPs very rarely.