Microfiche reproduction of material originally published, [Manchester]: Chetham Society, 1878.
|Series||Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- v.104|
The History of the Parish of Garstang in the County of Lancaster, Volume Volume of Chetham Society: Remains, etc Volume 48 of Publication, Chetham Society Volumes of Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester. The History of the Parish of Garstang in the County of Lancaster (Volume 1; V. ): Society, Chetham: : LibrosFormat: Pasta blanda. The history of the parish of Garstang in the county of Lancaster. The history of the parish of Garstang in the county of Lancaster. Contains genealogical tables of the Rigmayden, Plesington, Catterall, Brockholes and Whitehead families. Juliana Ditchfield of Kirkland, was buried the IS day. A Register of all deceased persons certificates and affidavits within the Parish of Garstang, in the County of Lancaster, ac- cording to a late Act off Parliament for buryinge in Woollen, commencing from the first day of .
Garstang, a small but ancient market-town, a township, and a parish in Lancashire. The town stands on the river Wyre, the Lancaster Canal, and the Preston and Lancaster railway, 11 miles S of Lancaster. It was occupied by the Pretender for a short time in , is irregularly built, possesses one main street, and presents an unattractive appearance. According to the A History of Lancashire Vol VI, p, the church of Garstang, St Thomas was assigned a district in Original registers of baptisms, marriages and burials up to are to be found among the parish registers of Garstang (Churchtown), St Helen. Catterall is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Wyre, ically in the Amounderness Hundred, it is situated on the A6 between Lancaster and Preston, a short distance from the town of Garstang, and Myerscough Wyre, Calder and River Brock, run through the parish and in places form the parish : Lancashire. Garstang Parish Population Area and Rateable Value of the several TownshipsDevolution of the ManorThe Parish The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 1 Edward Baines Full view - The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, Volume 2 Edward Baines, William Robert Whatton, Brooke Herford Full.
Garstang is an ancient market town in mid Lancashire in the north west of England. It has a current electorate of 3, The town’s history stretches as far back as the Domesday book and beyond when it was spelled “Cherestanc”. Buy The History Of The Parish Of Garstang In The County Of Lancaster, Part 1 by Fishwick, Henry, Society, Chetham (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Henry Fishwick, Chetham Society. A brief but comprehensive history of the parish, including the parish church of St Helen in Churchtown and Greenhalgh Castle, can be found in "The Parish of Garstang", A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 7. St. John Plessington was born at Dimples Hall, which is just outside the town.. Garstang was once served by Garstang and Catterall railway station which closed in , and. The parish of Lancaster: Fulwood. Pages A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 7. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, the old 47th and 81st Foot. On Garstang Road, on an estate formerly known as Crow Trees, is the Harris Orphanage for about children, opened in