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55 PDF Books Relating To The Genealogy & History Of Wigan, And Other Lancashire Towns/Parishes Within 10 Miles

Plus, Another 70 PDF Books Containing Marriage Bonds, Wills, Visitations, Lancashire History In General Etc. Related To the Area Covered.

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1. Wigan - Christenings, Marriages & Burials, 1580-1625 - The Ancient Ecclesiastical Parish Of Wigan Includes The Townships Of Abram, Aspull, Billinge, Dalton, Haigh, Hindley, Ince, Orrell, Pemberton, Upholland, Wigan And Winstanley, And Contains A Total Area Of 29,032 Acres - 375 pages

2-4. 3 Volumes. 1. Deane - Baptisms, Weddings, 1604: 1613-1750, 2. Burials 1604: 1613-1750 & 3. 1604: Burials 1751-1812 - 1,081 pages

5. Bolton - Baptisms, 1573-4, 1590-1660 - Weddings, 1573, 1587-1660 - Burials, 1573-4, 1587-1660 - 634 pages

6. Blackrod - Baptisms, Burials And Marriages, 1606-1701 - The Church Of Blackrod Is Situate On The Roman Road From Manchester To Chorley, About Seven Miles Almost Due West Of Bolton And About Five Miles North-East Of Wigan - 88 pages

7. Standish - Baptisms, Weddings And Burials, 1560-1653 - The Ancient Parish Of Standish Was Very Extensive And Comprised The Townships Of Standish-With-Langtree, Shevington, Welch-Whittle, Charnock Richard, Duxbury, Heath Charnock, Adlington, Anderton, Worthington And Coppull. The Parish Church, Dedicated To S. Wilfrid, Is About 3.5 Miles Slightly North-West Of Wigan And Stands About A Quarter Of A Mile East Of The Great North Road From Wigan To Carlisle - 294 pages

8. Newchurch In The Township Of Culcheth - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1599-1812 - The Parish Of Newchurch Once Formed A Part Of The Ancient Parish Of Winwick, In The Hundred Of West Derby In The County Palatine Of Lancaster. It Comprises The Townships Of Culcheth (Now Called Newchurch) And Kenyon, And The Hamlets Of Holcroft, Pesfurlong, Risley And Bury Lane, And At One Time Included That Portion Of Bury Lane Now Called Glazebury. Newchurch Is Approached By Road From Leigh On The North And Warrington On The South, And By Rail From Kenyon Junction And From Culcheth Station On The Cheshire Lines Railway. The Parish Is Bounded On The North By Leigh, On The South By Padgate And Warrington, On The East By Cadishead And Glazebrook And On The West By Lowton And Winwick - 1905 - 326 pages

9. Ormskirk - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1557-1626 - Ormskirk Is A Pleasant Country Town Situate On The North Road From Liverpool Through Preston, And Is About Midway Between Those Two Towns, And Vies With Its Neighbour Wigan In The Possession Of A Handsome Church. Ormskirk Church Is Known To Have Certainly Existed In The Reign Of Richard I., And Is Dedicated To SS. Peter And Paul. Its Ancient Parish, A Vicarage, Comprised 31,000 Acres And Included The Townships Of Ormskirk, Bickerstaffe, Burscough, Lathom, Scarisbrick, And Skelmersdale. The Parishes Surrounding Ormskirk Are Rufford, Eccleston, Wigan, Prescot, North Meols, Halsall, And Aughton - 384 pages

10. Eccleston - Christenings, Marriages & Burials, 1603-1694 - The Parish Church Of Eccleston Dedicated To St. Mary, Is About Four Miles Due West Of Chorley. It Is Situate Rather At The Northern Extremity Of Its Parish Which Comprises The Townships Of Eccleston, Heskin, Wrightington, And Parbold.The Adjacent Parishes Are Leyland, Croston, Ormskirk, Wigan, And Standish - 154 pages

11-12. 2 Volumes. Vol 1. Croston - Christenings, 1543-1727 - Marriages, 1538-1685 & Burials, 1538-1684. Vol 2. Marriages & Burials - 1690-1727. The Parish Of Croston Originally Consisted Of The Townships Of Croston, Chorley, Hoole, Rufford, Tarleton, Hesketh, Becconsall, Bispham, Bretherton, Mawdesley And Ulnes Walton. Hoole Was Separated From The Mother Parish In 1641, But Chorley Remained A Dependent Chapelry Until 1793, Although It Had A Very Ancient Church Where The Baptisms, Marriages, And Burials Were Duly Recorded From, At All Events, The Year 1549. Rufford Also Was Made Into A Parish In 1793. Tarleton And Hesketh-With-Becconsall Were Not Constituted Parishes Until 1821 - 586 pages

13. Upholland - St. Thomas The Martyr - Christenings, Marriages & Burials - 1600-1735 - 334 pages

14. Leigh - Parish Registers, Christenings, 1562-1614 - 170 pages

15. Chorley - Baptisms, Weddings And Burials, 1548-1653 - 176 pages

16-19. 4 Volumes, The History Of The Church & Manor Of Wigan - 1888 - 840 pages

20-21. 2 Volumes, The History Of Wigan - Includes - A Copy Of The Poll Book For 1627, 1639 & 1640 - 1882 - 543 pages

22. The Manuscripts Of Lord Kenyon - "It may be observed that from the commencement of the 17th century, there are in Lord Kenyon's MSS. valuable materials for a history of Lancashire - ecclesiastical, political, and social, besides much useful matter for the compilation of the personal history of many Lancashtre families, especially those which had their origin in or around Liverpool, Manchester, and Wigan" - 1894 - 708 pages

23-24. 2 Volumes. Lancashire Nonconformity: Or Sketches, Historical And Descriptive Of The Congregational And Old Presbyterian Churches In The County. The Churches Of Wigan, Warrington, St. Helens, Bolton, Bury, Rochdale, Etc - 1892 - 622 pages

25. Worrall's Directory Of Warrington, Wigan, St. Helens, Widnes, Leigh, Tyldesley, Newton, Earlestown, Runcorn, Frodsham, Altrincham, Knutsford, Northwich, Middlewich, Winsford, And Adjoining Districts - 1876 - 397 pages

26. Bolton Post Office Directory 1876-1877, Comprising Street, And Trades And Professions; Together With A Suberban Directory. Townships In The Bolton Poor Law Union - 340 pages

27. A Chronological History Of Bolton, From The Earliest Know Records To 1876 - 108 pages

28. Annals Of Bolton. History Chronology, Politics. Parliamentary And Municipal Polls - 1888 - 486 pages

29. History Of Bolton With Memorials Of The Old Parish Church - 1892 - 567 pages

30. Historical Gleanings Of Bolton & District - 1882 - 416 pages

31. Gleanings Towards The Annals Of Aughton, Near Ormskirk - 1893 - 162 pages

32. Horwich: Its History, Legends, And Church - 1883 - 264 pages

33. Mawdsley Street Congregational Chapel, Bolton-Le-Moors 1808-1908. A Notable Record - 218 pages

34. The History Of The Parish Church Of S. Mary At Leigh - 1870 - 84 pages

35. Leigh In The 18th Century 1689-1813 : (A Series Of Papers Reprinted From The Leigh Journal And Times) - 1882 - 164 pages

36. Masonry In Wigan: Being A Brief History Of Lodge Of Antiquity, No. 178, Originally No. 235 : With References To Other Lodges In The Borough At The Close Of The Last And Beginning Of The Present Century - 1882 - 65 pages

37. A Short History Of The Township Of Rivington. Includes - History Of The Manor, History Of Rivington Church, History Of The Nonconformist Chapel, History Of The Grammar School, Old Houses And Families, Place Names And Field Names &C. - 1904 - 237 pages

38. Memorials Of Abram - Includes Details Of Church & Town Accounts - 1882 - 129 pages

39. Documents Relating To The Township Of Hindley - 1879 - 38 pages

40. History Of Farnworth And Kersley - 1887 - 425 pages

41. The Ancient Parish Of Croston. A Historical Retrospect - 1908 - 63 pages

42. A Village Centenary. The Independent Methodist Church At Stockton Heath, Warrington, 1806-1906 - 59 pages

43. The Township Booke Of Halliwell ,1640-1762 - 1910 - 170 pages

44. An Abstract Of The Records Of The Manor Court Of Turton, 1737-1850 - 327 pages

45. The Parish Church Of St. Elfin, Warrington, And Other Churches Of The Parish - 1878 - 243 pages

46. Warrington In 1463 : As Described In A Contemporary Rent Roll Of The Legh Family - 1849 - 229 pages

47-48 2 Volumes. Annals Of The Lords Of Warrington For The First Five Centuries After The Conquest : With Historical Notices Of The Place And Neighbourhood - 1872 - 566 pages

49. Annals Of The Lords Of Warrington And Bewsey : From 1587 To 1833, When Warrington Became A Parliamentary Borough : In Two Parts. Part I. Warrington. Part II. Bewsey : With Notices Of Historical And Local Events - 1873 - 190 pages

50. A Journal Of The Siege Of Lathom House, In Lancashire, Defended By Charlotte De La Tremouille, Countess Of Derby, Against Sir Thomas Fairfax, Knight, And Other Parliamentarian Officers. 1644 - 1823 - 76 pages

51. A Report Of The Sanatory Condition Of The Borough Of Bolton - Living Conditions, Mortality Rates Etc. - 1848 - 94 pages

52. Home-Life Of The Blackburn, Preston & Wigan Factory Folk During The Cotton Famine - 1867 - 279 pages

53. History Of The Great And Little Bolton Co-Operative Society Limited : Showing Fifty Years" Progress, 1859-1909 - 633 pages

54. The Jubilee History Of The Leigh Friendly Co-Operative Society Limited, 1857-1907 : With An Introduction, Giving A Brief Description Of Leigh Before Co-Operation, And An Account Of The Trials And Sufferings Of The Old Silk Weavers - Includes Photographs Of The Shop Branches And Some Staff - 275 pages

55. Proceedings At The Opening Of Farnworth Park : Presented To The Township By Thomas Barnes, Esq., M.P., On The 12th Day Of October, 1864, With A Report Of The Oration Delivered By The Chancellor Of The Exchequer, The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P - 75 pages


01-07. 7 Volumes. Marriage Bonds For The Deaneries Of Lonsdale, Kendal, Furness, Copeland And Amounderness 1648-1755 - 1,855 pages

08-15. 8 Volumes. Marriage Licences Granted Within The Archdeaconry Of Chester In The Diocese Of Chester - 1606-1632, 1639-1644 & 1661-1700 - 2,214 pages

16. Calendar Of Persons Commemorated In Monumental Inscriptions : And Of Abstracts Of Wills, Administrations, &C., Contained In Books Relating To Lancashire And Cheshire - 1922 - 241 pages

17-18. 2 Volumes. The Visitation Of Lancashire And A Part Of Cheshire, Made In The Twenty-Fourth Year Of The Reign Of King Henry The Eighth, A.D. 1533 - 286 pages

19. The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1567 - 156 pages

20 The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1613 - 160 pages

21-23. 3 Volumes. The Visitation Of The County Palatine Of Lancaster, Made In The Year 1664-5 - 440 pages

24. Portfolio Of Fragments Relative To The History And Antiquities, Topography And Genealogies Of The County Palatine And Duchy Of Lancaster - 1824 - 423 pages

25-29. 5 Volumes. The Royalist Composition Papers : Being The Proceedings Of The Committee For Compounding, A.D. 1643-1660, So Far As They Relate To The County Of Lancaster. Names A-R - 1,515 pages

30. A Collection Of Lancashire And Cheshire Wills Not Now To Be Found In Any Probate Registry, 1301-1752 - 228 pages

31. A List Of The Lancashire Wills Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond, And Now Preserved In Somerset House, London, From A.D. 1437 To 1680 : And Of Abstracts Of Lancashire Wills (Belonging To The Same Archdeaconry), In The British Museum, From A.D. 1531-1652 - 334 pages

32. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond, And Now Preserved In The Somerset House, London. From A.D. 1681 To 1748 - 295 pages

33. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond : And Now Preserved In The Court Of Probate At Lancaster, From 1748 To 1792. Also A List Of The Wills Proved In The Peculiar Of Halton From A.D. 1615 To 1792 - 149 pages

34. A List Of The Lancashire Wills, Proved Within The Archdeaconry Of Richmond And Now Preserved In The Probate Court At Lancaster, From 1793 To 1812 : Also, A List Of The Wills Proved In The Peculiar Of Halton From 1793 To 1812 - 110 pages

35-37. 3 Volumes. An Index To The Wills And Inventories Now Preserved In The Court Of Probate In Chester, From A.D. 1545-1650 & 1721-1740 - 916 pages

38-40. 3 Volumes. Lancashire And Cheshire Wills And Inventories From The Ecclesiastical Court, Chester - 764 pages

41. Cheshire And Lancashire Funeral Certificates, A.D. 1600 To 1678 - 271 pages

42-43. 2 Volumes. Lancashire Inquests, Extents, And Feudal Aids 1205-1307 & 1310-1333 - 702 pages

44-45. 2 Volumes. Lancashire Inquisitions Returned Into The Chancery Of The Duchy Of Lancaster. Stuart Period - 655 pages

46. Lancashire Quarter Sessions Records. Quarter Sessions Rolls 1590-1606 - 369 pages

47-48. 2 Volumes. A Calendar Of The Lancashire Assize Rolls : Preserved In The Public Record Office, London - 469 pages

49-51. 3 Volumes. Pleadings And Depositions In The Duchy Court Of Lancaster. Henry VII To Edward VI And Philip And Mary - 812 pages

52. The Exchequer Lay Subsidy Roll Of Robert De Shireburn And John De Radcliffe : Taxers And Collectors In The County Of Lancaster, A. D. 1332 - 159 pages

53. Lancashire Lay Subsidies : Being An Examination Of The Lay Subsidy Rolls Remaining In The Public Record Office, London, From Henry III To Edward I. (1216-1307) - 370 pages

54-57. 4 Volumes. Final Concords Of The County Of Lancashire From The Original Chirographs, Or Feet Of Fines Preserved In The Public Record Office, London. 1196-1558 - 913 pages

58. Inventories Of Goods In The Churches And Chapels Of Lancashire : Taken In The Year A.D. 1552. Part I. Salford Hundred. Part II. West Derby, Blackburn, And Leyland Hundreds. Pt. III, Amounderness & Lonsdale Hundreds - 1874 - 176 pages

59-60. 2 Volumes. Lancashire And Cheshire Records Preserved In The Public Record Office, London - 1883 - 669 pages

61-68. 8 Volumes. The Victoria History Of The County Of Lancaster - 1. Natural History. Early Man. Anglo-Saxon Remains. Introduction To The Lancashire Domesday. Text Of The Lancashire Domesday. Feudal Baronage. Index To The Lancashire Domesday 2. Ecclesiastical History. Religious Houses. Political History. Social And Economic History. Industries. Agriculture. Forestry. Sport, Ancient And Modern. Ancient Earthworks. Schools. Index To Volumes I And II. Corrigenda 3. Topography: West Derby Hundred 4. Topography: West Derby Hundred (Cont.) - Salford Hundred 5. Topography: Salford Hundred (Cont.) - Index To Volumes III, IV, And V. Corrigenda 6. Topography: Leyland Hundred. - Blackburn Hundred 7. Topography: Blackburn Hundred (Continuation) - Amounderness Hundred. Index To Volumes VI And VII. Corrigenda 8. Topography: Lonsdale Hundred (South And North) - Lonsdale Hundred (North Of The Sands) - Index To Volume VIII. Corrigenda - 1914 - 4,126 pages

69. Lancashire Memorials Of The Rebellion, 1715 - Pt. 1. The Events Of Church And State Which Preceded And Accompanied The Commencement Of The Rebellion Of 1715 Pt. 2. March Of The Insurgents Of 1715, From Scotland Until They Reached Penrith In Cumberland Pt. 3 The March Of The Insurgent Force In 1715, From Penrith In Cumberland To Preston In Lancashire / Peter Clark Pt. 4. Preston Fight : Being A Supplement Appended To The Journal Of Peter Clarke / With Notes By Samuel Hibbert Ware Pt. 5. Lancashire Events Intervening Between The Surrender Of Preston, And The Abandonment Of Jacobite Hostilities In Scotland Pt. 6. Lancashire Events Which Followed The Cessation Of Jacobite Hostilities Pt. 7. The State Of Parties In Lancashire Subsequent To The Rebellion Of 1715 - 1845 - 381

70. A Glossary Of The Lancashire Dialect - 1875 - 302 pages

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