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Parish of Blackburn, county of Lancaster. A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Parish of Blackburn, county of Lancaster. A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Source : Internet Archive

Parish of Blackburn, county of Lancaster. A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Parish of Blackburn, county of Lancaster. A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Source : Internet Archive

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bonis Robert Dewhurst, in bonis John Baron, in bonis Salesbury-John Parker, gent., in terris Samlesbury-John Southworth, Esq., in terris William


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Lawrance Hindle Edward Baron James Harwood Richard Dobson WILLM. Wigan Law. Robertshey John Baron Robert Pollard Matthias


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Dobson WILLM. Wigan Law. Robertshey John Baron Robert Pollard Matthias Taylor John Pollard


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James Whalley, of Sparth, and Christopher Baron, of Oswaldtwistle, gents. , and about the same date Smithells Manor was sold


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2nd, 1656-7, Margaret, daughter of Alexander Baron, of Rishton, and had sons Richard, bom before 1664, John, died 1674, Thomas,


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Pickeringe, Richard Ainsworth, John ffishe, John Baron, Edmund Calvert.


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(obiit 1593J, Lawrence Aspmall , John Baron , Myles Marsden , Robt. Walmysley , Roger Gelybume, (John Hulton elected 17


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21.-Mr. Thomas Roberts and Mr. Thomas Baron, both of Blackburn, and Mr. Edward Bolton of Preston, elected Governors in the


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Thomas Baron , 26, Mr. Edward Bolton , 27, Peter Legh, Esq. , 28, Mr.


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Robert Raynsford Jackson, James Pemberton, Miles Baron, George Dewhurst At the first meeting of the first Council, Nov. l Oth,


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died in infancy in 1748. Henry Baron, Esq., was made a Governor of Blackburn Grammar School in 1733, and died,


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of Henry Baron, Esq., was Thomas Baron, Esq., of Knuzden Hal! and Blackbum, who by Catherine his wife (she died


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Christopher Baron, gent., purchased the manor of Oswaldtwistle in 1722, he was then seated at


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and George, died in 1687. William Baron the father died Feb., 1704-5.


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Roger Baron, Esq., of Blackburn and Cabin End, surviving son and heir of Christopher, married


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Ellen Baron.


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1722 purchased (in conjunction with Christopher Baron, gent.) the Manor of Oswaldtwistle. He was made an in-burgess of Preston in


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division are R. S. Ashton, Joshua Baron, J. Dimmock, Richard Eccles, Jas. Huntington, J. G. Potter, W. B. Ranken, and


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161 1 and 1619, when John Baron and John his son held at death lands there "


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Of this family, a Richard Baron occurs in 1562, and a William Baron in 1565, but there is no


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occurs in 1562, and a William Baron in 1565, but there is no account of the nature of their property.


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Edmund Baron was assessed on lands in Over Darwen to a Subsidy in 1570.


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161 1, "the heirs of John Baron" of Over Darwen, are assessed at 20s. in lands. This James Baron died


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and it was proved that Alice Baron and Elizabeth Baron were his daughters and co-heirs, ^ged Zyi years, and four


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proved that Alice Baron and Elizabeth Baron were his daughters and co-heirs, ^ged Zyi years, and four months, respectively.


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James Baron was son and heir of the above John, aged 14 years and 10


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Thomas Duckesburie, married, in 1562, Elizabeth Baron, and died in 1597.


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died in 1651. His son, Thomas Baron, had sons, Myles, born in 1656 , Thomas, bom in 1 663 ,


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and daughters. Jennet and Mary. Myles Baron, of Tockholes, yeoman, married, in 1665, Elizabeth Livesey, and died in 1728. He


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a daughter, Mary. His son, William Baron, yeoman, died in 1771, leaving a son, Myles Baron, of Tockholes, yeoman, who


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in 1771, leaving a son, Myles Baron, of Tockholes, yeoman, who married Lettice Stott, of Manchester, and died in 1774.


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Mary Shorrock, and had sons, Robert Baron (of Blackburn, father of William Baron, builder, now of Blackburn) , Myles Baron


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of the borough , and George Baron, of Blackburn , and a daughter, Miss Ann Baron of Blackburn.


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thirdly, Jane, daughter of Mr. Myles Baron, by whom he had issue, sons, William, and Thomas , and a daughter


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Marsden, yeoman, Robert Etough, yeoman. Miles Baron, Evan Haydock, and William Haworth, all of Tockholes, and Robert Boardman of Livesey,