Lancashire

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7 Archival description results for Lancashire

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Grant: Castle Hawarden

Grant,Thomas Lord Stanley to Lady Margaret of the Castle of Hawarden, Cheshire, and the manors of Bidston, Chesire, Alston, Lancashire, Flintham and Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire; and lands in the Wirral, Prescot and Anlesargh, Lancashire, for term of her life.

Stanley, Thomas, 1st Earl of Derby

Grant: Sir William Stanley

Grant by Sir William Stanley of Hoton, James Skaresbyhe [Scaresby], Thomas Pole, William Nedeham, Thomas Wolton, Hugh Gartesside, Ranulph Billyngton, Robert Shakerley, Richard Huxley, John Carlile, clerk, Henry Ban, and Henry Kirkham to Sir Thomas Stanley, Lord Stanley, Henry Pole and Robert Southworth, of the castlem manors and lands which they held by feoffment of the aforesaid Lord Stanley or his father, Sir Thomas Stanley, Lord Stanley, in Lancashire, Cheshire, Wales or the Isle of Man.
With appointment of John Crosse, Wiliam Core and Oliver Bykerstath as their attorneys.

Lease: Sir Thomas Laurence

Indenture of a lease by Margaret, Countess of Richmond, reciting Letters Patent of Henry VII, dated 22 May 1487, granting her the third part of the manors of Kendall and Wiresdale, Lancashire and Westmoreland, for life, to Sir Thomas Laurence, of lands in Assheton alias Essheton alias Eston, and Kernford [Carnforth] in Lonesdale, Lancashire, formerly held by William Lyndessey.
8 July 1503. Signed Margaret R., and T. Laurence, knyght.

Letters Patent: Henry VII

Letters patent of Henry VII, granting manors in Devon, Somerset, Lincolnshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Northamptonshire, Dorset, South Wales and property in London to his mother Margaret, Countess of Richmond.
Westminster, 22 March 1486/7

Henry VII, King of England