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A history of Blackburn, town and parish

A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Source : Internet Archive

A history of Blackburn, town and parish

A history of Blackburn, town and parish

Source : Internet Archive

Results : BARON


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Robert Baron, in goodes 403. I2d.


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The heires of John Baron, in lands ... ... 2Os. 16d.


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Duckworth, Robert Dewhurst, in bonis John Baron, in bonis SALESBURY John Parker, gent., in terris SAMLESBURY John Southworth, Esq., William


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JOHN BARON ROBERT POLLARD ROBERT FFEILDEN


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LAWRANCE HINDLE EDWARD BARON MYLES ASPINALL


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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, born before 1664, John, died 1674, Thomas,


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


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(obiit 1593^, Lawrence Aspmall , John Baron , Myles Marsden , Robt. Walmysley , Roger Gelyburne , (John Hulton elected


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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. Thomas Yates, 29,


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Robert Raynsford Jackson, James Pemberton, Miles Baron, George Devvhurst.


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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 Hall and Blackburn, who by Catherine his wife (she died


Page 418

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


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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


Page 433

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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and Modern Gentry and Yeomen Ashton Astley Baron Barton Berry Brandwood Cooper Crosse Dewhurst Fish Greenway Hargreave Hilton Hindle Holden


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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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in 1611 and 1619, when John Baron and John his son held at death lands there "


Page 541

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


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


Page 541

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


Page 542

of 1611, "the heirs of John Baron" of Over Darwen, are assessed at aos. in lands. This James Baron died


Page 542

proved that Alice Baron and Elizabeth Baron were his daughters and co-heirs, aged Z% years, and four months, respectively.


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and it was proved that Alice Baron and Elizabeth Baron were his daughters and co-heirs, aged Z% years, and four


Page 542

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


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died in 1651. His son, Thomas Baron, had sons, Myles, born in 1656 , Thomas, born in 1663 , William,


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


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


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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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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,