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history of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the county of Lancaster.

George T O. Bridgeman

history of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the county of Lancaster.

by George T O. Bridgeman

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Published by Chadwyck-Healey in Bishops Stortford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche reproduction of Material originally published, Manchester: Chetham Society, 1889.

SeriesRemains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- v.16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13702445M

Although Wigan is not mentioned in the Domesday Book, possibly because it was included in the Neweton barony (now Newton-le-Willows), it is thought that the mention of a church in the manor of Neweton is Wigan Parish Church. The rectors of the parish church were lords of the manor of Wigan, a sub-manor of Neweton, until the 19th olitan county: Greater Manchester.   Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Tommy Orlando books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. The History of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the County of Lancaster; Volume George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman. 31 Jan Paperback. US$ The History of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the County of.

The earliest pieces are achalice and cover paten of , the chalice inscribed in the centre of the bowl, THIS CUP AND COVER WAS GIVEN TO THE PARISH CHURCH OF STANDISH, IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER, FOR A COMMUNION CUP BY ALEXANDER PRESCOTT, THE SONNE OF WILLIAM PRESCOTT, OF COPPELL, AND NOWE CITIZEN AND GOULDSMITH, OF LONDON. ANNO The entire S. of this county is traversed with a network of lines, and communication is easily held by rail with all the important towns. The main northern line to Scotland, in connection with the London and North-Western railway, enters Lancashire at Warrington passing Wigan, Preston, ton, and Lancaster, and quitting the county at Burton.

History of the church and manor of Wigan, in the county of Lancaster, Part 1, by Hon. George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman. NS History of the church and manor of Wigan, Part 2, by Hon. George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman. NS History of the church and manor of Wigan, Part 3, by Hon. George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman. NS Fishwick, Henry, The registers of the parish church of Croston in the County of Lancaster / (Wigan: Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society, by Strowger & Son, ), also by Eng. Croston, Amy Wilson, and Lancashire Parish Register Society (page images at HathiTrust).


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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The History of the Church and Manor of Wigan in the County of Lancaster by George T. Bridgeman (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Domesday Book. Wigan is not mentioned in the Domesday Book, possibly because it was included in the Neweton barony (now Newton-le-Willows).It is wrongly claimed that the mention of a church in the manor of Neweton, which actually refers to the church of (Winwick), is Wigan Parish Church.

The rectors of the parish church were lords of the manor of Wigan, a sub-manor of Neweton, until Country: England. The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 4 The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, William Robert Whatton: Author: Edward Baines: Publisher: J.

Heywood, Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: Jul 8, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Wigan’s history during this period is dominated by disputes between the corporation and the rector of the local parish, who was also the lord of the manor.

At issue were such matters as tithes, market tolls, corn mills, charitable uses and, bycontrol of the borough’s parliamentary elections. The sexton's day book has much detailed information about the burials in the church. ADVOWSON. In 'the church of the manor' of Newton had one ploughland exempt from all dues.

It may be assumed that the lord of Newton, who at that time was the King, was patron. When the Makerfield barony was formed the patronage of this church naturally. The church property is still in the hands of trustees, but the curates and vicars since have been appointed by the rectors of Wigan.

(fn. 53) There is a mission chapel called St. Augustine's. Peter's, Hindley, was consecrated inthe patronage being vested in trustees.

The Bold family, of the Lancashire township bearing the same name, trace their origins back to Anglo-Saxon times before the Norman Conquest of The earliest known record mentions a William de Bold inbut it is thought that the foundations Bold Hall (old hall) were laid well before that.

It was inthat John de Bold was the. The Red Rose of Lancaster is the county flower of Lancashire, and a common symbol for the county. Lancashire is a county of England, in the northwest of the country.

The county did not exist infor the Domesday Book, and was apparently first created inmaking it one of the youngest of the traditional counties. The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 5 Edward Baines Full view - The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 2 Bolton Bury Byron calicoes called carding castle Chadderton CHAP chapel charity Charles Cheshire Chester Chetham College Collegiate church cotton cotton manufacture.

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N.S. 18 File Size: KB. Product: 55 PDF Books Relating To The Genealogy & History Of Wigan, And Other Lancashire Towns/Parishes Within 10 MilesPlus, Another 70 PDF Books /5(9). History of the Church and Manor of Wigan A MONGST the ancient ecclesiastical establishments of the county of Lancaster, that of Wigan holds a prominent position.

There was a church here in Saxon times, as we learn from the survey of William the Conqueror. The church of St Thomas the Martyr dates from the early s and was originally the church of the Benedictine Priory at Upholland.

It was founded by Sir Robert de Holland and named after the martyred archbishop of Canterbury. Sir Robert was the secretary to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster. Interestingly there is another connection with. Where is Wigan. The Metropolitan Borough of Wigan is situated about mid-way between the seaport of Liverpool and the inland city of Manchester, in the County of Lancashire, in the North West of England.

Wigan is the twelfth largest metropolitan district in the country with a population ofpeople. The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 1 Edward Baines Full view - History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 3 baron bishop Blackburn Bold Bolton Booth bovates built called carucates century chapel chapelry Charity charter Chester Childwall Chorley church Clayton Clitheroe court Croston.

Wigan Heritage Leaflets, Archives/Local History/History Shop: Local Hist. ARTHUR, H H G: Haigh Hall, Festival Guide: Local Hist.

ASPINALL, S: Tales of Old Standish: Local Hist. AXON, William E A: A Lancashire Treasury (Stories and Folktales) Local Hist. BAGLEY, J J, & HODGKISS: Lancashire, a history of the County Palatine in early maps. The history of the church & manor of Wigan in the county of Lancaster Pt.

4 () The Jacobite trials at Manchester in From an unpublished manuscript - W. Beaumont (). of Derby, Sir Thomas Everard, knight, Thomas Holcrofte, John Atherton and Myles Gerrard, Esquires;" complainant says that "altho' the town of Wigan be an ancient borough by force of some ancient charters granted by the Kings of the realm to the late parsons of Wigan, yet the said burgesses have not any grant whereby they may be enabled to have a Mayor to be head of their .Lancashire (/ ˈ l æ ŋ k ə ʃ ər / LANG-kə-shər, /-ʃ ɪər /-⁠sheer; abbreviated Lancs.) is a ceremonial county in North West administrative centre is county has a population of 1, and an area of 1, square miles (3, km 2).People from Lancashire are known as tuent country: England.The history of the parish of Rochdale in the county of Lancaster History of the Pilkington family of Lancashire and its branches, from to A history of the township and manor of .