The History of the Parish of Garstang in the County of Lancaster, Volume 1

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Page 84 - Manor of East Greenwich, in free and common Soccage, and not in Capite, nor by...
Page 4 - II. Tracts relating to Military Proceedings in Lancashire during the Great Civil War. Edited and Illustrated from Contemporary Documents by GEORGE ORMEROD, DCL, FRS, FSA, FGS, author of
Page 3 - The first general meeting to be held on the 23rd day of March, 1843, and the general meeting in each year afterwards on the 1st day of March, unless it should fall on a Sunday, when some other day is to be named by the Council. 3. That the affairs of the Society be conducted by a Council, consisting of a permanent President and Vice-President, and twelve other members, including a Treasurer and Secretary, all of whom shall be elected, the first two at tho general meeting next after a vacancy shall...
Page 3 - Secretary, all of whom shall be elected, the first two at the general meeting next after a vacancy shall occur, and the twelve other members at the general meeting annually. 4. That the accounts of the receipts and expenditure of the Society be audited annually, by three auditors, to be elected at the general meeting; and that any member who shall be one year in arrear of his subscription, shall no longer be considered as belonging to the Society. 5. That every member not in arrear of his annual...
Page 3 - Vice-President, and twelve other members, including a Treasurer and Secretary, all of whom shall be elected, the first two at the general meeting next after a vacancy shall occur, and the twelve other members at the general meeting annually. 4. That the accounts of the receipts and expenditure of the Society be audited annually, by three auditors, to be elected at the general meeting; and that any member who shall be one year in arrcar of his subscription, shall no longer be considered as belonging...
Page 37 - Lane.; he was high sheriff in 1277 and 1284-5. land, of the annual value of 6os.; all the rest of his lands here he had assigned to Roger de Gosenargh, William de Eccleston, and Ralph de Knoll, chaplains, to the intent that after his decease they should grant the same to Margaret his wife for the term of her life, and after her death to Alice his daughter, and her heirs male ; failing such issue then to her sister Joan, with remainder in like manner to her younger sister Katherine ; but in default...
Page 102 - The Harmonious Consent of the Ministers of the Province within the County Palatine of Lancaster...
Page 40 - Walt, for the divine protection and for the love of the Blessed Mary for the Salvation of the soul of King Henry [II] and of the soul of King Richard his son and the soul of John Earl of Moreton [afterwards King John] and of the soul of Randle de Glanvile dear to us and for the salvation of the soul H. [Hubert]122 Archbishop of Canterbury our Brother and of Herveus Walter my Father and of Matild...
Page 3 - THE CHETHAM SOCIETY. 1. That the Society shall be limited to three hundred and fifty members. 2. That the Society shall consist of members being subscribers of one pound annually, such subscription to be paid in advance, on or before the day of general meeting in each year. The first general meeting to be held on the 23rd day of...
Page 23 - ... upon conditions — which were that they might go to their own houses and be safe. It was ordered that the Castle should be demolished and made untenable, and all the timber taken out of it and sold, which was done. And soe it lyes ruinated. It was very stronge, and builded so that it was tho1 Impregnable with any ordenance whatsoever, having but one dore to it, and the Walls of an exceeding thickness and very well secured together.