2 edition of history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster found in the catalog.
history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster
|Statement||by Richard Trappes-Lomax.|
|Series||Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- Vol.85|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
The development of Lancaster Township was strongly influenced by the growth of Lancaster City. Between and the major tracts of land were almost all laid out in residential lots, each with their own street patterns. Well written book, hard bound, cloth cover, archival 60# paper, fold out maps showing early Neff farms in Lancaster and Huntingdon Co's., PA and early Neff documents from the mid's and early 's. Historically accurate and well documented. Printed by Princeton University Press. As of , book is still in print and available.5/5(2).
Citizens of Manor Township and Millersville assembled at the headquarters at Safe Harbor, although the invasion threat to Lancaster County ended as the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge was burned and Lee's army was defeated at the Battle of Gettysburg. and Thereafter. By , the population of Manor Township was approximately 4, : Lancaster. Manor Township Genealogy (in Lancaster County, PA) USA (1,,) > Pennsylvania (62,) > Lancaster County (3,) > Manor Township (14). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.
Manor Township established a leaf compost facility at Charlestown Road in Leaves will be accepted loose or in biodegradable bags only. The Township also receives leaves from neighboring municipalities and boroughs. Once leaves are brought there, they are placed in rows for composting. This antique map (Manor Township) and atlas (Lancaster County ) are part of the Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy™ historical map collection, the largest digital collection of rare, ancient, old, historical, cadastral and antiquarian maps of its type. We currently have over 1,, images available online. You can read about the collection or browse the entire collection.
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“A History of the Township and Manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster” 1 provides abundant information on the Grimshaw family that originated in Eccleshill and occupied the Clayton-le-Moors estate for over years, until the Grimshaw line ran out and the estate was carried into the Lomax family.
The book also contains valuable information on a contemporary Grimshaw line, located at. Original data: Trappes-Lomax, Richard. A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. ster: Printed for the Chetham Society, Get this from a library. A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co.
Lancaster. [Richard Trappes-Lomax]. A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors Co., Lancaster by Richard Trappes-Lomax （Remains, historical & literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester, new series, v. 85） Chetham Society, Author: Richard Trappes-Lomax. A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co.
Lancaster [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Trappes-Lomax, Richard. A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster. Buy A History of the Township and Manor of Clayton-Le-Moors, Co. Lancaster by R. Trappes- Lomax (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. Trappes- Lomax. This mesne manor, occupying the south-western part of the township, was an ancient infeudation of one of the early lords of Altham, of whom it was held by a quit-rent of 10d.
per annum. William de Dunkanshalgh occurs in with Adam de Church son of Roger de Dunkanshalgh. Location and Limits.- Manor township, the wealthiest and most populous township in Lancaster County, occupies a tract of country embracing twenty-five thousand seven hundred acres, or a little over forty square miles, in the western portion of Lancaster County, about midway between the northern and southern boundaries of the county.
Clayton-le-Moors, a township and a parish in Lancashire, 1½ mile from Accrington station on the L. & Y.R., and 5½ miles NE of Blackburn, with a post, money order, and telegraph office under Accrington.
Acreage, ; population, The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Manchester; net value, £ with residence. Patrons, trustees. Chapelry History [edit | edit source].
CLAYTON-LE-MOORS, a township, in the parish of Whalley, union, and Lower division of the hundred,of Blackburn, N.
division of the county of Lancaster,5½ miles (N. by E.) from Blackburn.A district church, All Saints', was erected in The Wesleyans have a place of worship; and at Enfield is a Roman Catholic chapel.
“A History of the Township and Manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster” 5 provides abundant information on the Grimshaw family that originated in Eccleshill and occupied the Clayton-le-Moors estate for over years, until the Grimshaw line ran out and the estate was carried into the Lomax family.
The book also contains valuable information on a contemporary Grimshaw line, located at. The Neff-Näf Family: A History of the Descendants of Henry Neff, Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: who Immigrated from His Native Switzerland to the Colony of Pennsylvania Settling at Penn's Conestoga Manor, Chester (Lancaster) County: Author: William Alfred Neff: Contributor: Neff & Associates: Edition: illustrated: Publisher.
From the late ’s through the mid ’s Manor Township was known for producing fine tobacco crops. Manor farmers produced more tobacco than any township in Lancaster County. Churches and schools were built as the area continued to grow.
A history of the township and manor of Clayton-le-Moors, Co. Lancaster Kirkham in Amounderness: the story of a Lancashire community Lancashire and Cheshire, Past and Present (). The Neff-NГ¤f Family: A History of the Descendants of Henry Neff, Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: who Immigrated from His Native Switzerland to the.
Clayton-le-Moors is a small industrial town two miles north of Accrington in the borough of Hyndburn in the county of Lancashire, is usually referred to locally as simply 'Clayton'. The town has a population of 8, according to the y: England. To learn why, pick up a copy of "Remembering Lancaster County: Stories from Pennsylvania Dutch Country." This slim book, part of the American Chronicles series from History Press, is not so much a history text as it is a collection of vignettes, each culled from seemingly trivial chapters in local history and first presented in Brubaker's /5(6).
A history of the manor and township of Allerton, in the county of Lancaster, (Book, ) . "CLAYTON-LE-MOORS, a township in the parish of Whalley, in the lower division of the hundred of Blackburn, in the county of Lancaster, 4½ miles N.E.
of Blackburn. It is situated on the Leeds and Liverpool canal, not far from the Bolton and West Yorkshire railway. Part of the inhabitants are employed in the cotton-mills and neighbouring collieries. The Clayton Family of Clayton-le-Moors. The Clayton family dates from the time when Robert de Clayton came to England with William the Conqueror and was granted lands known as Clayton-le-Moors for his important military services during the invasion of.
History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. by Ellis, Franklin, ; Evans, Samuel,joint author.See Order Book No.
1, Augusta Records. John Frame was a resident of Laycock Township, Lancaster County, Pa. and on Magave his note to George Warfell, of Strasburg Township, in the same county. Warfell vs. Frame, Court Papers John Frame removed to Augusta County, Virginia, prior toand settled on.Oversized Folder 1 An indenture made on 13 September from Mary Wright of Manor Township, widow of the late William Wright, to their son James Wright.
The deed is for acres of land along the Conestoga River. This was in William’s last will and testament. Recorded in Lancaster, Book WW, page 30 September Gift of Dale Shenk.