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LANCASHIRE COUNTY QUARTER SESSIONS


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Reference Q
Held by Lancashire Record Office
Creators Lancashire Quarter Sessions

Administrative history:
The law required the Justices of each county to meet at Quarter Sessions four times yearly. Quarter Sessions had a considerable criminal jurisdiction exercised by the Justices sitting with juries; but their other functions were of a very different character. At these sessions were present a grand jury of the county, the hundred juries, and also the several Petty Constables and High Constables. All these were bound to present those seemingly guilty of such breaches of the law, including nuisances, as came within their cognizance. Further, each Justice could himself present on his 'own view'. Thus Quarter Sessions were supposed to punish not only ordinary crimes, but also omission to perform the various duties imposed on parishes and counties; in this way their task was one of supervising administration. A great part of it had to be discharged in open court, but there was nothing to prevent the Justices from deciding at private meetings upon certain general principles to be applied by them. The Justices tended therefore more and more to use Quarter Sessions as a means of forming and executing a policy. Nor was this strange, for there was a need of policies, and they could only be devised by the Justices. After 1700 the hundred juries gradually disappeared, and the High Constables usually made only such presentments as the Justices desired; further presentments by individual Justices increased in frequency. Hence the Justices were able to make a growing use of judicial machinery in order to carry out an administrative policy. For instance, the Justices had been given power by an Act of 1691 to levy a rate not exceeding 6d. in the pount upon a parish for the upkeep of a highway. But when a sum exceeding that thereby obtainable was desired, they often raised it by imposing a fine upon a parish for not discharging its highway obligations.
Only a fraction of the Justices' duties were performed at Quarter Sessions. They are also found acting alone, in pairs and at Special and Petty Sessions. In each of these capacities their functions were equally mixed. According to the law, some things could be done by a single Justice, others by any two Justices, and others, again - such as the enforcement of various statutes relating to highways and liquor licensing - by the Justices of a division meeting at Special Sessions. In the eighteenth century the Justices in each division took, to meeting together for other purposes at regular intervals, and these meetings became known as Petty Sessions. The Justices there assembled had a certain criminal jurisdiction - such as was assigned by statute, to any two Justices sitting together - and also exercised some quasi-administrative functions.
As the eighteenth century advanced the Justices made alterations in the methods of local government. In many counties they began to employ a small salaried staff; much business was referred by Quarter Sessions to committees; at the same time Quarter Sessions themselves tended to become a court of appeal from the Justices sitting alone or in Divisional Sessions. Many of the new developments were extra-legal and the virtual assumption of power by the Justices at Quarter Sessions, to act as a subordinate law-making body was definitely illegal. But Parliament encouraged the Justices to ignore the letter of the law by continually adding to their functions and by increasing the number of purposes for which they could levy rates.

Contents:
Alphabetical list of references
AE Enclosure Awards
AT Tithe Commutation
AV Awards: Various
CP Clerk of the Peace
CT County Treasurer
MA Manchester Assize Courts
EL Electrical Registers
PD Deposited Plans
PM Militia Storehouse Plans
PP Prison Plans
QAA Lancashire County Probation Committee
QAB Reformatory and Industrial Schools Committee
QAC Cattle Plague Committee
QAD Licensing Committee
QAF Finance
QAG General Purposes Committee
QAH Provisional Courts Committee
QAL Lancaster Castle Committee
QAM Lunacy
QAP Parliamentary Committee
QAR Roads and Bridges
QAS Standing Militia Storehouse Committee
QAV Various
QDB Bills, Acts and Orders
QDC Charities
QDD Enrolled Deeds and Other Documents
QDE Disputed Elections
QDF Freeholders or Jury Lists
QDG Gamekeepers
QDH Hair Powder Tax
QDL Land Tax
QDP Papists' Estates
QDR Register of Vagrants Deported from Liverpool to Ireland
QDS Societies
QDT Turnpike Trusts
QDV Various
QEC Constabulary Committee
QEV Various - Constabulary
QGB Gaol Sites and Buildings
QGC Convictions
QGG Visiting Committees
QGL Lancaster Prison
QGP Preston Prison
QGR Gaol Reports
QGT Transportation
QGV Various - Gaols
QJA Orders made under Summary Jurisdiction Appeals Act 1933 and National Parks Act 1949
QJB Insolvent Debtors
QJC Calendars of Prisoners
QJD Riot Depositions
QJE Estreats
QJI Indictments
QJS Cases Committed for Sentence to the Appeal Committee of Quarter Sessions
QJV Various
QJX Appeals, Arbitrations, Civil Suits, etc.
QSA Attendance Books
QSB Recognizances
QSC Commissions of the Peace
QSD Highway Diversion Orders
QSG Annual General Sessions
QSJ Oaths and Sacrament Certificates
QSL Lists of Magistrates
QSM Sessions Minute Rolls
QSO Order Books
QSP Petitions
QSQ Property Qualifications
QSR Sessions Rolls
QSV Various
QSZ Annual Sessions Proceedings and Reports



RECOGNIZANCES  QSB  [n.d.]

Contents:
QSB/1 Recognizance rolls
QSB/2 Recognizance books
QSB/3 Alehouse recognizances
QSB/4 Various
QSB/5 Items from destroyed bundles of recognizances, 1835-70
QSB/6 Roll of recognizances of recusants

Recognizance rolls  QSB/1  1605-1834

Arrangement: The early rolls, from 1605 to 1648, have been listed in detail in a separate catalogue (ref: QSB/1/1-301). The exact years covered are: 1605/6, 1624, 1625 and annually to 1648 (except 1643-45 which are missing)
Rolls for the period Easter 1648 to Michaelmas 1650 have been individually numbered in 48 bundles though a catalogue is not yet available (QSB/1/1/302-349). These can be requested by quoting the above references and will be produced one bundle at a time
Rolls from 1651 onwards (annual except for 1659 which is missing) are completely uncatalogued and are not easy to search. However, they can be requested by quoting the relevant year, eg 'QSB/1 1710'. From 1762 the session should also be specified (ie January, April, July or October)


Contents:
These mainly consist of bonds for appearance at the Quarter Sessions to answer charges or to prosecute, but they also contain informations, depositions, highway diversion papers and plans, calendars of prisoners and (until 1648) petitions. No rolls survive after 1834, but see QSB/5
The series ends in 1834. Later rolls (continuing until 1869) have been destroyed since at this date much of the information they contained was duplicated elsewhere

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Epiphany, 1628/9  QSB/1/51  1628/9

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/51/1  1628/9

LITTLE LEAVER -- Richard Heywood, yeoman, to keep the peace to Judith Rathbone  QSB/1/51/2  1628/9

BOLTON -- John Nutter, webster, to keep the peace to Robert Rigby and Jane his wife  QSB/1/51/3  1628/9

BOLTON -- Jane Smith, widow, likewise  QSB/1/51/4  1628/9

BOLTON -- Ellen Smith, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/51/5  1628/9

BIRTLE -- Richard Livesaye, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Bridge of Radcliffe, chapman  QSB/1/51/6  1628/9

ECCLES -- Anne Houlden, widow, to keep the peace to Edmund Houlden, blacksmith  QSB/1/51/7  1628/9

ECCLES -- Anne Houlden, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/51/8  1628/9

BIRTLE -- Raphe Livesaye, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Bridge, of Radcliffe, chapman  QSB/1/51/9  1628/9

BIRTLE -- Thomas Livesaye, tailor, likewise  QSB/1/51/10  1628/9

BURY -- Henery Boothe, labourer, to keep the peace to Thomas Hamond, yeoman  QSB/1/51/11  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- Francis Holt, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Ogden, husbandman  QSB/1/51/12  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- Charles Holt, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/51/13  1628/9

SALFORD -- William Winfill and John Fletcher, servants of George Cutbertson, dyer, to appear at Sessions SALFORD -- Thomas Tetlow, dyer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/51/14  1628/9

MANCHESTER -- Robert Smith, linenweaver, to keep the peace to Francis Woolfenden, fuller MANCHESTER -- Roger Scotson, fustiandresser, to appear at Sessions MANCHESTER -- Henry Mason, butcher, to appear at Sessions MANCHESTER -- Richard son of Richard Brooke, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/51/15  1628/9

ROCHDALE -- Thomas Holme, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Chadwicke of Castleton, yeoman  QSB/1/51/16  1628/9

BUTTERWORTH -- Mary wife of John Butterworthe of Belfield, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/51/17  1628/9

BURY -- James Jackson, alehousekeeper., to keep the peace to John Lomax of Pilkington, yeoman  QSB/1/51/18  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- Katherine wife of Charles Holt, to keep the peace to Richard Ogden of Spotland, husbandman  QSB/1/51/19  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- Isabel wife of Richard Ogden, husbandman, to keep the peace to Charles Holt, husbandman  QSB/1/51/20  1628/9

SPOTLAND --- Richard Ogden, likewise  QSB/1/51/21  1628/9

CHADDERTON -- Daniel Raynor, yeoman, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/22  1628/9

MIDDLETON -- Robert Bradley of Catthole, husbandman, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/23  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- James Sheppard, husbandman, to prosecute for theft from Henery Hamer  QSB/1/51/24  1628/9

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- William Wood and Elizabeth Hulton, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/25  1628/9

DARCY LEVER -- Elizabeth Horrocks, widow, to prosecute for theft from Robert Horrocks  QSB/1/51/26  1628/9

MIDDLE HULTON -- James Edge, husbandman, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/27  1628/9

LITTLE LEVER -- James Sharples, fuller, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/28  1628/9

LITTLE LEVER -- Richard Heywood, chapman, to appear at session LITTLE LEVER -- John Heawood, husbandman, to appear at session  QSB/1/51/29  1628/9

BARTON -- Richard Devias, husbandman, to prosecute James Hardman, husbandman, and John Smith of Eccles, labourer, for goosesstealing  QSB/1/51/30  1628/9

CASTLETON -- Robert Holt of Soontehole, gent., and Richard Whittworth of Buerdsall, husbandman, to prosecute Marie wife of Richard Whittworth, husbandman, for cornstealing  QSB/1/51/31  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- Henery Hamer of Naden, husbandman, to prosecute James Sheppard, husbandman, for theft  QSB/1/51/32  1628/9

HARWOOD -- Robert Horrocks, gent., to prosecute Elizabeth Horrocks of Darcy Leaver, widow for theft  QSB/1/51/33  1628/9

HULME -- Thomas Smith, linenweaver, to appear at session. CHEETHAM -- Robert Wilson, yeoman, to keep the peace to Anne Ryder, widow  QSB/1/51/34  1628/9

CASTLETON -- John Chadwicke, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Butterworth, of Belfield  QSB/1/51/35  1628/9

BIRTLE -- Richard Livessey, husbandman, to prosecute by Debora Livessey  QSB/1/51/36  1628/9

BIRTLE -- Edmund Livessey, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/51/37  1628/9

BURY -- Richard Holte, tailor, to keep the peace to Arthur Holte, woollen-webster  QSB/1/51/38  1628/9

CHADDERTON -- bastardy of Francis Nuttall, gent., and Anne daughter of Renold Tetlow, husbandman  QSB/1/51/39  1628/9

BLACKLEY -- Francis Nuttall, gent., to appear at session  QSB/1/51/40  1628/9

BOLTON -- Jane Smith, widow, to keep the peace to Robert Rigby, chapman, and Jane his wife  QSB/1/51/41  1628/9

BOLTON -- Jane Eckersall, widow, likewise  QSB/1/51/42  1628/9

BOLTON -- John Nutter, webster, likewise  QSB/1/51/43  1628/9

BOLTON -- Ellin Smith, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/51/44  1628/9

BIRTLE -- bad character of Edmund and Richard Livessey, husbandmen  QSB/1/51/45  1628/9

BIRTLE -- bad character of Edmund and Richard Livessey, husbandmen  QSB/1/51/46  1628/9

PILKINGTON -- rescue of impounded cattle  QSB/1/51/47  1628/9

BARTON -- alleged theft of geese by James Hardman  QSB/1/51/48  1628/9

CASTLETON -- theft of corn  QSB/1/51/49  1628/9

SPOTLAND -- theft from Henery Hamer of Naden, husbandman  QSB/1/51/50  1628/9

TOTTINGTON -- Thomas Wood, tailor, to keep the peace to Issabell Blacklow  QSB/1/51/51  1628/9

SALFORD, MANCHESTER, GORTON -- convictions of drunkards  QSB/1/51/52  1628/9

DEANE PARISH -- habitation for Ellyne Berrie, widow and John her son  QSB/1/51/53  1628/9

BURY PARISH -- relief for Richard Shawe  QSB/1/51/54  1628/9

SHUTTLEWORTH -- relief for Robert Leach  QSB/1/51/55  1628/9

CHEETHAM -- Thomas Ryder, constable, unable to arrest Robarte Willson  QSB/1/51/56  1628/9

BOLTON -- maintenance by Thomas Grundie of bastard of John Harper of Halliwell, decd  QSB/1/51/57  1628/9

MANCHESTER -- desertion of Francis Boulton, servant to Francis Woofender of Colliehurst, fuller  QSB/1/51/58  1628/9

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- petition for suppression of alehouses  QSB/1/51/59  1628/9

HOPWOOD -- bastardy of John Cowper, tailor and Dorathie Berry  QSB/1/51/60  1628/9

HARWOOD -- theft of wheel  QSB/1/51/61  1628/9

HUNDERSFIELD -- Samuel Butterworth of Crooke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Henrie Romsbothome, husbandman HUNDERSFIELD -- Esther wife of Samuel Butterworth, likewise HUNDERSFIELD -- Charles Butterworth of Crooke, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/51/62  1628/9

ROCHDALE -- agreement for trade of shereman  QSB/1/51/63  1628/9

HARWOOD -- thefts by Elizabeth Horrocks of Darcy Leaver, widow  QSB/1/51/64  1628/9

SHAKERLEY -- assignment of lease: Hughe Smith of Shakerley, bricklayer to George Rigbye of the Peele in Hulton, gent., and Roger Hindley of Hindley, webster - messuage in Shakerley in tenure of Raphe Smith, husbandman - leased by Peter Shakerley of Houlme, co. Chester, 1 Feb 1616/7, to H.S. for Lives of H.S. and his grandson Raphe son of William Smith, at 13/4rent Dated 15. Nov. 1628 (not executed) used as covering for roll  QSB/1/51/65  1628/9

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Easter, 1629  QSB/1/52  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/52/1  1629

LANCASTER -- Tristram Wallis, husbandman, to keep the peace to Anne Parkinson, of Skerton, spinster  QSB/1/52/2  1629

LANCASTER -- Ellen wife of Tristram Wallis, likewise  QSB/1/52/3  1629

TUNSTALL -- Thomas Halton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Francis Battle  QSB/1/52/4  1629

SKERTON -- Anne Parkinson, to appear at session  QSB/1/52/5  1629

ULVERSTON -- Hugh Dobson of Rosside, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Chanenhouse  QSB/1/52/6  1629

COLTON -- Edward Skeales of Thwaitehead, husbandman, to keep the peace to James Walker, of Daleparke  QSB/1/52/7  1629

CARTMEL -- Henry Burie of Churchtowne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Christopher Garnet  QSB/1/52/8  1629

KIRBY IRELETH -- Roger Barker, of Gargreave, husbandman, to keep the peace to wife of William Wodbourne  QSB/1/52/9  1629

TURTON -- Brian Burton, yeoman, to prosecute by Thomas Hallton of Tunstall  QSB/1/52/10  1629

HALTON -- Ann wife of Oswald Heysam of Aughton, yeoman, to prosecute by John Grosgill  QSB/1/52/11  1629

TUNSTALL -- Francis Battye, yeoman, and John his son, to keep the peace to Thomas Hallton and wife  QSB/1/52/12  1629

BOULTON-LE-SANDS -- Thomas Chapman, yeoman, to keep the peace to Richard Christoferson  QSB/1/52/13  1629

PRIEST HUTTON -- Richard Beakbane, yeoman, to keep the peace to Robert Beakbane  QSB/1/52/14  1629

SCOTFORTH -- William Chaffer, husbandman, to keep the peace to Humfrey Jenawaie and wife  QSB/1/52/15  1629

HALTON -- John Heysam of Aughton, bachelor, to prosecute by Ellin Gibson  QSB/1/52/16  1629

HALTON -- John Croskell of Aughton, yeoman, bastardy on Ellin Gibson  QSB/1/52/17  1629

ULVERSTON -- Robert Gardner, carpenter, to appear at session  QSB/1/52/18  1629

COLTON -- Kathren wife of George Readhead of Nibthwaite, husbandman, to keep the peace to wife of Alexander Readhead  QSB/1/52/19  1629

COLTON -- George Readhead,likewise  QSB/1/52/20  1629

HALTON -- Francis Greenbancke, yeoman, bastardy on Anne Denny, widow  QSB/1/52/21  1629

HALTON -- Mary Burton spinster, to keep the peace to Mathewe Dicconson  QSB/1/52/22  1629

HALTON -- information re attack on Anne Parkinson [of Skerton] on Lancaster bridge by Tristram Wallis, his wife, and John and William his sons  QSB/1/52/23  1629

BOLTON AND ULVERSTON -- Thomas Cowper, sadler, and Robert Gardner, carpenter, to appear at session  QSB/1/52/24  1629

HALTON -- bastardy of John Heisham and a servant of John Croskell  QSB/1/52/25  1629

CATON -- relief for Jennett widow of John Clarke, a pressed soldier  QSB/1/52/26  1629

BOLTON-LE-SANDS -- accusation by Thomas Ireland against William Jackson  QSB/1/52/27  1629

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Easter, 1629  QSB/1/53  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/53/1  1629

POULTON -- Richard Walch, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Crookoe of Hamleton, labourer  QSB/1/53/2  1629

GREENHALGH -- John Johnson, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Carter, husbandman  QSB/1/53/3  1629

BLACKBURN -- Lawrence Facett, fustianweaver, to keep the peace to Henry Core of Warley, co. York, dyer  QSB/1/53/4  1629

BLACKBURN -- Thomas Whalley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Whalley, fustianweaver  QSB/1/53/5  1629

PENDLETON -- Thomas Coulthurst of Standehey, husbandman, to keep the peace to Matthew Coulthurst  QSB/1/53/6  1629

RISHTON -- Thomas Aynsworth, tailor, to keep the peace to wife of Roger Broxupp  QSB/1/53/7  1629

BLACKBURN -- Roger Broxupp, constable, to appear at session  QSB/1/53/8  1629

BLACKBURN -- Lawrence Faceth, fustianweaver, to keep the peace to Thomas Aynsworth of Rishton  QSB/1/53/9  1629

BLACKBURN -- Edward Osbaldeston, fustianweaver, likewise  QSB/1/53/10  1629

PREESALL -- Edward Butler, husbandman, to give evidence against Roberte Jenkinson of Marton, co. York, labourer  QSB/1/53/11  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- William Tomson, husbandman, to appear at session  QSB/1/53/12  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- Isabel wife of James Hey, husbandman, to appear at session  QSB/1/53/13  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- Edward Gurnall, skinner, to prosecute William Tonson and Isabel Hey  QSB/1/53/14  1629

LONGCLIFFE? co. York -- William Yonge, webster, bastardy on Katherine Jakes of Setle, co. York, now wife of Abraham Taylor  QSB/1/53/15  1629

MARSDEN -- Robert Blackey, collier, bastardy on Ann daughter of William Boothman, collier  QSB/1/53/16  1629

MARSDEN -- Robert Blackey, collier, bastardy on Ann daughter of William Boothman, collier  QSB/1/53/17  1629

ROUGHLEE BOOTH -- John Mitton, yeoman, bastardy on Grace Holker  QSB/1/53/18  1629

ROUGHLEE BOOTH -- John Mitton, yeoman, bastardy on Grace Holker  QSB/1/53/19  1629

HABERGHAM EAVES -- Oliver Birtwistle, blacksmith, bastardy on Jane Whythead  QSB/1/53/20  1629

HABERGHAM EAVES -- Oliver Birtwistle, blacksmith, bastardy on Jane Whythead  QSB/1/53/21  1629

ACCRINGTON -- Henry Atocke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Raphe Hey, wheelwright  QSB/1/53/22  1629

PREESALL -- assault on Anne wife of Edward Butler, by "two lustie Yonge wandring persons"  QSB/1/53/23  1629

PREESALL -- assault on Anne wife of Edward Butler, by "two lustie Yonge wandring persons"  QSB/1/53/24  1629

Bastardy of Katherine Taylor and William Yonge  QSB/1/53/25  1629

BLACKBURN -- assault on Thomas Aynsworth of Risheton, tailor  QSB/1/53/26  1629

Distraint by Roger Shakeshaft,bailiff, from John Williamson  QSB/1/53/27  1629

PREESALL -- taking of rogues by constables  QSB/1/53/28  1629

Bastardy of Catheren Taylor and William Younge  QSB/1/53/29  1629

STALMINE-WITH-STAINALL -- William Holme, pressed soldier  QSB/1/53/30  1629

CATTERALL AND BARNACRE -- repair of Haworth bridge  QSB/1/53/31  1629

CLAUGHTON -- assault on Humfrey Nicolson of Poulton,gent., by Thomas and Anne children of Lawrence Aynesworth, Allen Harrison and Richard [ ]  QSB/1/53/32  1629

Recognizance Roll: Ormskirk, Easter, 1629  QSB/1/54  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/54/1  1629

HAYDOCK -- John Gouderson, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Hey, Margery his wife, John Houghton of Ashton, and Margery his wife  QSB/1/54/2  1629

WIGAN -- Elizabeth Lathewate, widow, to keep the peace to Mary Lathewayte, spinster  QSB/1/54/3  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Hugh Page, husbandman, to keep the peace to Alis wife of William Mawdesley, tailor  QSB/1/54/4  1629

RIXTON -- Richard Leigh, labourer, to keep the peace to John Barrow, webster  QSB/1/54/5  1629

MAGHULL -- Mary Fazakerley, spinster, to keep the peace to Dorathie Halsall, spinster  QSB/1/54/6  1629

HAYDOCK -- Jane wife of Zackerie Gaskell, to keep the peace to John Hey  QSB/1/54/7  1629

LATHOM -- Thomas Cropper, gent, to keep the peace to Richard Whytstones, labourer  QSB/1/54/8  1629

ORMSKIRK -- William Mawdesley, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/54/9  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Alice [ ] Spinster, wife of William Mawdesley, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/54/10  1629

LIVERPOOL -- James Sotherne, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Henshawe  QSB/1/54/11  1629

WEST DERBY -- Henry Southerne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Christopher Worsley of Bolton-in-the-Moors, fustianweaver  QSB/1/54/12  1629

HAYDOCK -- Ales Gouderson, to keep the peace to John Hey. Margery Hey [ ]  QSB/1/54/13  1629

LIVERPOOL -- Derrick Corsley, merchant, to keep the peace to Alexander Ford  QSB/1/54/14  1629

RIXTON -- John Barrow, webster, Licence as a housekeeper  QSB/1/54/15  1629

HAYDOCK -- John Gawthersone alias Robinsone, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Ley  QSB/1/54/16  1629

HAYDOCK -- Jane wife of Zakarie Gaskell, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/54/17  1629

HAYDOCK -- Alles wife of John Gawthersone, likewise  QSB/1/54/18  1629

HINDLEY -- Christofer Hyton, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for playing unlawful games  QSB/1/54/19  1629

HALEWOOD -- James Waynewright, yeoman, to prosecute Ellice Smith of Widnes, labourer for sheep stealing  QSB/1/54/20  1629

WIDNES -- Ellice Smith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/54/21  1629

ORRELL -- Edward Taylior, labourer, bastardy on Jane Twiss of Warrington  QSB/1/54/22  1629

HAYDOCK -- John Houghton, husbandman, to keep the peace to Jane wife of Zackari Gaskell  QSB/1/54/23  1629

WARRINGTON -- John Banes, surgeon, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/54/24  1629

WIGAN -- Henrie Fisher, feltmaker, bastardy  QSB/1/54/25  1629

NEWTON -- repair of Newton bridge and Gouldford bridge  QSB/1/54/26  1629

RAINFORD AND WINDLE -- repair of Long bridge  QSB/1/54/27  1629

Repair of Penkeford bridge and Cawese bridges  QSB/1/54/28  1629

Repair of Penkeford bridge and Cawese bridges  QSB/1/54/29  1629

LANGTREE -- maintenance of Ellen orphan of John Fisher  QSB/1/54/30  1629

CHORLEY -- habitation for Roger Blacklache  QSB/1/54/31  1629

RAINFORD AND WINDLE -- rebuilding of Long bridge in stone  QSB/1/54/32  1629

HAYDOCK -- John Ley, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Jane wife of Zakari Gaskell  QSB/1/54/33  1629

HAYDOCK -- Henry Lytherland, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/54/34  1629

HAYDOCK -- Thomas Houghton, [ ] John Houghton husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/54/35  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker petition  QSB/1/54/36  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker petition  QSB/1/54/37  1629

CUERDLEY -- habitation for Ales widow of Thomas Widowe, of Windle  QSB/1/54/38  1629

WIDNES -- theft of Ewe by Ellis Smyth, labourer, in Halewood  QSB/1/54/39  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bnound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker - bond petition  QSB/1/54/40  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bnound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker - bond petition  QSB/1/54/41  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bnound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker - indenture petition  QSB/1/54/42  1629

ORMSKIRK -- Symond, son of Elizabeth widow of John Bovell bnound servant to Hugh Thrope, feltmaker - bond- apprendship indenture petition  QSB/1/54/43  1629

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Easter, 1629  QSB/1/55  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/55/1  1629

BARTON-UPON-IRWELL -- Elizabeth wife of Richard Bent of Deavyeholme and Glen [ ] to keep the peace to Ann wife of Richard Willcocke, linenweaver  QSB/1/55/2  1629

HINDLEY -- Richard Tompson, badger, to keep the peace to John Harrison of Harwood, husbandman  QSB/1/55/3  1629

ECCLES -- Edmund Holden, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Anne Holden, widow, and Anne Holden, spinster  QSB/1/55/4  1629

ROCHDALE -- Henry Horrox of Litlebrooke, blacksmith, to keep the peace to John Butterworth, yeoman  QSB/1/55/5  1629

ROCHDALE -- Henry Kirshawe, tailor, likewise  QSB/1/55/6  1629

TOTTINGTON -- James Kaye of Holcom, innholder, to keep the peace to Charles Nuttall of Nuttall, gent  QSB/1/55/7  1629

BURY -- Richard Battersbye, baxter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/8  1629

CASTLETON -- Robert Jenkinson, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to Judeth wife of James Butterworth of Butterworth clothmaker  QSB/1/55/9  1629

GORTON -- Thomas Hulme, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Pycroft, linenwebster CROSSTREET?co. Chester -- John Davie, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/10  1629

BARTON-UPON-IRWELL -- Anne wife of Richard Willcocke of Davyholme linenweaver, to keep the peace to Ellen Bent BARTON-UPON-IRWELL -- Richard Willcocke, likewise  QSB/1/55/11  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- Robert Newall, yeoman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/12  1629

ROCHDALE -- Robert Scolfield, of Litlebrooke, labourer, to keep the peace to Mary wife of Charles Hill, blacksmith  QSB/1/55/13  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- Robert Walkeden, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/14  1629

AUDENSHAW -- Raphe Kershea, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions AUDENSHAW -- John Bradley, husbandman, to prosecute Raphe Kershea and Anne his wife  QSB/1/55/15  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- John Cloughe, sadler, to prosecute Elizabeth Hulton for woodstealing  QSB/1/55/16  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- James Whittiker, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/17  1629

CHADDERTON -- Edmund Woolstenholme, husbandman, to prosecute James Whittiker  QSB/1/55/18  1629

CHADDERTON -- Adam Taylor, linenwebster, likewise CHADDERTON -- Thomas Mathew, linenwebster, likewise  QSB/1/55/19  1629

CHADDERTON -- William Whittiker, linenweaver, to prosecute by George Kenicon, husbandman  QSB/1/55/20  1629

CHADDERTON -- Grace wife of Francis Duckworth, likewise  QSB/1/55/21  1629

MANCHESTER -- John Gardener, pewterer, to prosecute by Edward Taylor of Royton Milne, husbandman ROYTON -- Edward Taylor, to prosecute John Butterworth and John Gardener for theft  QSB/1/55/22  1629

OLDHAM -- John Butterworth, linenwebster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/23  1629

ROCHDALE -- James Scolefield, husbandman, to prosecute John Briggs for woolstealing  QSB/1/55/24  1629

ROCHDALE -- John Brigges, clothworker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/25  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- Charles Stott, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/26  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- Isaac Clegge, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/27  1629

ROCHDALE -- James Holt, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/28  1629

CROMPTON -- John Joanes, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/29  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- William Hawkerd, linenwebster, bastardy on Alice Stopport  QSB/1/55/30  1629

ROCHDALE -- Allexander Collenge of Asshes, husbandman, bastardy on Allice Hallowes of Castleton  QSB/1/55/31  1629

BOLTON -- Robert Tonge, junior, shoemaker, to prosecute for removing battlement stones from Little Boulton bridge½  QSB/1/55/32  1629

TURTON -- William Cronckshawe, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Horridge  QSB/1/55/33  1629

ROCHDALE -- Robert Hitchinson, alehousekeeper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/34  1629

RIVINGTON -- Roger Browne, husbandman, to prosecute to pay money collected for Darcy Leaver bridge  QSB/1/55/35  1629

ROYTON -- John Mellor, linenwebster, to prosecute by Raphe Marler of Hollinwood, carrier  QSB/1/55/36  1629

OLDHAM -- John Winterbottom, linenwebster, likewise  QSB/1/55/37  1629

ELTON -- Francis Meadowercrofte, husbandman, bastardy on Allice Scolefield  QSB/1/55/38  1629

OLDHAM -- John Lees, labourer, shot pigeons at Falkenhurst  QSB/1/55/39  1629

OLDHAM, ROYTON AND CHADDERTON -- convictions of alehousekeepers  QSB/1/55/40  1629

MANCHESTER AND GORTON -- likewise  QSB/1/55/41  1629

LEES -- Thomas Winterbothom, mason, to prosecute for shooting  QSB/1/55/42  1629

ECCLES -- Thomas Whittell, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/43  1629

OLDHAM -- [ ] thefts from Raphe Marllor  QSB/1/55/44  1629

PILKINGTON -- theft of boards from "the late parke at Pilkington" SALFORD -- Thomas Ouldam, carpenter, to appear at Sessions FAILSWORTH -- John Thorpe, carpenter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/55/45  1629

ROCHDALE -- Robert Hitchinson, alehousekeeper, carried a handgun  QSB/1/55/46  1629

CHADDERTON -- information theft of corn from James Hartley  QSB/1/55/47  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- information theft of Wood from John Clough, sadler  QSB/1/55/48  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- summonses to Session  QSB/1/55/49  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- likewise  QSB/1/55/50  1629

BURY -- relief for James Fogg, woollenweaver  QSB/1/55/51  1629

AUDENSHAW -- information re theft of purse from John Bradley, husbandman  QSB/1/55/52  1629

Bargain and Sale: Alexander Rigbye of Midleton, esq. and John Hey of Hulton, yeoman, to Thomas Leaver of Little Bolton and Geyles Heyshame of Hulton, yeoman. -- properties in Little Hulton and Worsley, acquired from Sir Raphe Asheton of Great Leaver, bart., at rent of 4/6 to the King -- at request of George Rigby of The Peele, brother of to appear at A.R. (not executed). 26 Feb.1628/9 (used as wrapper for the roll)  QSB/1/55/53  1629

RIVINGTON -- signed certificate re appointment of constable by Lord of the manor  QSB/1/55/54  1629

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Midsummer 1629  QSB/1/56  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/56/1  1629

BOLTON-LE-SANDS -- William Lodge, tailor, to keep the peace to Richard Bryers  QSB/1/56/2  1629

TUNSTALL -- Brian Burton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Halton  QSB/1/56/3  1629

HALTON -- Mary Burton, spinster, to keep the peace to Mathewe Dicconson  QSB/1/56/4  1629

CATON -- Thomas Preston of Grassgarth, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Bigland  QSB/1/56/5  1629

ELLEL -- Edward Harrison, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Sympkinson and Thomas Clarke of Overwyersdale  QSB/1/56/6  1629

HALTON -- John Crossgill of Aughton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Ann Whitehead  QSB/1/56/7  1629

FURNESS -- Kathren Postelthwaite of Gowethwaitelands, widow, to prosecute by Allen Cowheard of Wodyeate, for sheepstealing  QSB/1/56/8  1629

LOWICK -- Allen Cowheard of Wodyeate, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/56/9  1629

LECK -- John Tompson, roper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/56/10  1629

LECK -- William Thompson, roper. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/56/11  1629

URSWICK -- William Gardner, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/56/12  1629

BROUGHTON -- James Lindoe of Broughtonbecke, carpenter, to prosecute by John Ambrosse of Lowicke, esq  QSB/1/56/13  1629

FURNESS -- Richard Towers of High, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/56/14  1629

FURNESS -- Richard Postelthwaite of Gowthwaite Landes, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/56/15  1629

GRESSINGHAM -- John Borricke, yeoman, to prosecute to Anthony Cowper  QSB/1/56/16  1629

HALTON -- threats to Anne Whiteheade, by John Droskell, of Aughton husbandman  QSB/1/56/17  1629

FURNESS -- trouble between John Housonn, and Thomas Tompson  QSB/1/56/18  1629

TATHAM -- summons to John Yests  QSB/1/56/19  1629

GARSTANG -- threats to Nicholas Walker, yeoman, by Anthony Billington, husbandman  QSB/1/56/20  1629

ELLEL -- threats by Edward Harrison, yeoman, to Thomas Clarke of Greenbanks, yeoman  QSB/1/56/21  1629

KIRBY -- attack by Roger Parker of Gargreave, husbandman on Elizabeth wife of William Wodbourne, husbandman, throwing stones from a "Borwen" examinations of Elizabeth Wodbourne, John Postelthwaite, Margaret, Agnes & William Postelthwaite and Jenett wales re  QSB/1/56/22  1629

Bastardy of Allice Hanyell and Thomas Eayve  QSB/1/56/23  1629

Warrant for arrests  QSB/1/56/24  1629

Warrant for arrests  QSB/1/56/25  1629

LOWICK -- theft of sheep  QSB/1/56/26  1629

LOWICK -- theft of sheep examination  QSB/1/56/27  1629

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Midsummer 1629  QSB/1/57  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/57/1  1629

INSKIP-WITH-SOWERBY -- Edward Carre, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Bell, yeoman  QSB/1/57/2  1629

TREALES -- Margaret Whaley, widow, to keep the peace to William Whaley, yeoman  QSB/1/57/3  1629

DILWORTH -- Emery wife of William Bridges, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Dorothie wife of Christofer Helms of Ribchester  QSB/1/57/4  1629

ROSSENDALE -- Agnes Crawshale of Chappell, spinster, to keep the peace to Jane wife of John Crowther, woollenwebster  QSB/1/57/5  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- William Blagneborne, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Lythom  QSB/1/57/6  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- John Lythom, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/7  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- Elizabeth wife of John Lythom, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/8  1629

BILLINGTON -- William Mangneholes, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to Margrett wife of William Wignough of Read  QSB/1/57/9  1629

READ -- Margret wife of William Wignough, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/10  1629

POULTON -- John Rabye, alehousekeeper, to keep the peace to Thomas Crone of Winmerley, yeoman  QSB/1/57/11  1629

CLIVIGER -- Richard Aspden, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Whytacre, husbandman  QSB/1/57/12  1629

LAYTON -- Margaret wife of William Baylye, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/13  1629

LAYTON -- Isabella Halle, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/14  1629

ROSSENDALE -- Alice wife of Henry Heape, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/15  1629

HASLINGDEN -- John Crowder, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/16  1629

ROSSENDALE -- Jane wife of John Crowder, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/17  1629

GARSTANG -- Henry Holte, husbandman, to keep the peace to wife of John Duxburry  QSB/1/57/18  1629

GREAT HARWOOD -- Thomas Bridge, husbandman, bastardy on Alice Astley  QSB/1/57/19  1629

HEYHOUSES -- John Holliday, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/20  1629

GREAT HARWOOD -- Alice Astley, spinster, bastardy  QSB/1/57/21  1629

PENDLE -- Elizabeth Smyth, spinster, bastardy with Nicholas Blackey of Colne  QSB/1/57/22  1629

WYERSDALE -- George Ward, fuller, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/57/23  1629

TREALES -- William Whalley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret Whalley  QSB/1/57/24  1629

RIBCHESTER -- John Rodes, milner, bastardy on Dorathie Helme  QSB/1/57/25  1629

ACCRINGTON -- bastardy of William Boothman, husbandman, and Elizabeth, now wife of Gyles Taylor of Waddington, co. York, husbandman  QSB/1/57/26  1629

ACCRINGTON -- bastardy of William Boothman, husbandman, and Elizabeth, now wife of Gyles Taylor of Waddington, co. York, husbandman  QSB/1/57/27  1629

ACCRINGTON -- bastardy of William Boothman, husbandman, and Elizabeth, now wife of Gyles Taylor of Waddington, co. York, husbandman  QSB/1/57/28  1629

BARROWFORD -- bastardy of William Browne, husbandman, and Ellin Acres, spinster  QSB/1/57/29  1629

BARROWFORD -- bastardy of William Browne, husbandman, and Ellin Acres, spinster  QSB/1/57/30  1629

RIBCHESTER -- John Rodes, milner, bastardy on Dorathie Helme  QSB/1/57/31  1629

RIBCHESTER -- John Rodes, milner, bastardy on Dorathie Helme  QSB/1/57/32  1629

POULTON -- accusation of theft against Elizabeth wife of John Johnson, and Jane wife of Thomas Clarke, travelling stocking sellers  QSB/1/57/33  1629

TREALES -- threats to William Whalley, yeoman, by Margrite Whalley, spinster warrant of apprehension of Margaret Whalley  QSB/1/57/34  1629

GREAT ECCLESTON -- summons to John Lithom, alehousekeeper, and Elizabeth his wife  QSB/1/57/35  1629

WALTON-LE-DALE -- bastardy of Elizabeth Carter and Roger Cockshut, husbandman  QSB/1/57/36  1629

LAYTON -- examination re theft of malt  QSB/1/57/37  1629

Recognizance Roll: Ormskirk, Midsummer, 1629  QSB/1/58  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/58/1  1629

INCEBLUNDELL -- Robert Couldcoke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Katheryne Swyft of Thornton  QSB/1/58/2  1629

BURSCOUGH -- Nicholas Chitam, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/3  1629

SCARISBRICK -- Robert Wignall, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Harrison, of Hurleton  QSB/1/58/4  1629

LATHOM -- Thomasin Waynewright, spinster, to keep the peace to Ellin Rymmer of Formbie  QSB/1/58/5  1629

FORMBY -- ELLEN Rymmer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/6  1629

CUERDLEY -- Ellen Barrow, to keep the peace to Edward Thelwall of Bould, husbandman  QSB/1/58/7  1629

ATHERTON -- Richard Smyth, tailor, to keep the peace to Kateren Tilesley, widow  QSB/1/58/8  1629

SHAKERLEY -- Henry Harrop, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/9  1629

CROSTON -- Robert Jackson, cobler, to prosecute for "supposed breakeinge of a dyall in Rufforth"  QSB/1/58/10  1629

CROSTON -- Richard Worthington, junior, likewise  QSB/1/58/11  1629

GLAZEBROOK -- Thomas Gillibrunt, gent., to prosecute by Marey Buckley  QSB/1/58/12  1629

BISPHAM -- William Smithson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/13  1629

SUTTON -- Raph Sutton, husbandman, to prosecute by Margaret Owin  QSB/1/58/14  1629

ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD -- Katherin wife of James Berchall, yeoman, to give evidence against J.B. for bigamy  QSB/1/58/15  1629

HAYDOCK -- John Gowtherson alias Robinson, yeoman, and Alice, his wife to keep the peace to Zakery Gaskell, his son-in-law  QSB/1/58/16  1629

GARSTANG -- Thomas Brand, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/17  1629

GARSTANG -- Roger Haighton, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/18  1629

INSKIP -- Robert Boulton, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/19  1629

INSKIP -- George Boulton, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/20  1629

ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD -- James Burchall, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/21  1629

NEWTON -- William Jonson alias Widdowes, to prosecute by William Tomson  QSB/1/58/22  1629

RUFFORD -- Thomas Wygnall, husbandman, bastardy to Jennett Tompson, spinster  QSB/1/58/23  1629

PRESCOT -- John Parr, butcher, bastardy on Jane Hunt, of Halewood, spinster  QSB/1/58/24  1629

WIDNES -- Roger Molyneux, webster, to prosecute by Jane Whitfeild of Cronton  QSB/1/58/25  1629

CROSTON -- Richard Worthington, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/26  1629

CROSTON -- John Knowles, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/58/27  1629

RUFFORD -- (depositions) examinations of Elizabeth Euston and John Watkinson  QSB/1/58/28  1629

HAYDOCK -- bad character of John Gowtherson alias Robinson, and Alles his wife  QSB/1/58/29  1629

NEWTON -- ill-behaviour of James Birchall to Katherine his his wife  QSB/1/58/30  1629

SUTTON -- bastardy of Margaret Owen and Raph Sutton, husbandman  QSB/1/58/31  1629

NEWTON -- threats to William Tomson, parson  QSB/1/58/32  1629

NEWTON -- threats to William Tomson, parson  QSB/1/58/33  1629

ASTLEY -- assessment of Thomas Gellibrand of the Peele, gent  QSB/1/58/34  1629

ASTLEY -- assessment of Thomas Gellibrand of the Peele, gent  QSB/1/58/35  1629

PENNINGTON -- ill-behaviour of George Bagwerth of West Leigh, alehousekeeper, to Roger Hasleden  QSB/1/58/36  1629

TYLDESLEY -- habitation for Lawrence Shawe and Issable his wife  QSB/1/58/37  1629

BISPHAM -- bad-character of Isabell wife of William Smithson  QSB/1/58/38  1629

BISPHAM -- Another  QSB/1/58/39  1629

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Midsummer, 1629  QSB/1/59  1629

List of Badgers licensed  QSB/1/59/1  1629

PENDLETON -- Henry Kirshawe, carpenter, to keep the peace to Anne wife of Humfrey Stopperton, husbandman THORNHAM -- John Whittaker of Henging chadderton, husbandman, to keep the peace to James Joanes, linenwebster  QSB/1/59/2  1629

WORSLEY -- Edmund Hope, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Richard Halliwell, carpenter  QSB/1/59/3  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- James Hamer, husbandman, to keep the peace to Henery Scholefield, yeoman, and James and Arthur his sons  QSB/1/59/4  1629

PENDLETON -- Alice Bradshawe, webster, to keep the peace to Anne wife of William Bancrofte, tailor  QSB/1/59/5  1629

WORSLEY -- Richard Halliwell, carpenter, to keep the peace to Edmund Hope, linenwebster  QSB/1/59/6  1629

TOTTINGTON -- William Rothwell of Holcan, labourer, to keep the peace to James Howorthe, labourer  QSB/1/59/7  1629

WHITWORTH -- Raphe Holte, gent., to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/8  1629

WHITWORTH -- James Leache, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/9  1629

WHITWORTH -- Edward Leache, junior, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/10  1629

WHITWORTH -- Edward Leache, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/11  1629

HUNDERSFIELD -- Robert Newall, yeoman, to keep the peace to Abigail wife of John Butterworth of Ealees, yeoman  QSB/1/59/12  1629

SALFORD -- Richard Berrie, pointer, to keep the peace to Christopher Shepheard tailor  QSB/1/59/13  1629

SALFORD -- Ann wife of Richard Berrie, likewise  QSB/1/59/14  1629

ROCHDALE -- Jane wife of Jeffraye Whittworth, woollenwebster to keep the peace  QSB/1/59/15  1629

MANCHESTER -- Margaret wife of John Cooke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Edmund Mather, linenweaver  QSB/1/59/16  1629

PILKINGTON -- Robert Kenion, junior, of Unsworth, labourer, to keep the peace to [Jeffrey Bowker of Moston, husbandman]  QSB/1/59/17  1629

PILKINGTON -- Cisley wife of Robert Kenion of Unsworth yeoman, to keep the peace to Isabel wife of Joffrey Bowker  QSB/1/59/18  1629

MOSTON -- Mary Kenion, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/59/19  1629

MOSTON -- Edmund Hilton alias Walmersley, linenweaver, likewise  QSB/1/59/20  1629

BRADSHAW -- William Lomax, husbandman, to prosecute for theft HARWOOD -- Thomas Asmall, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/59/21  1629

TURTON -- John Horrobin, husbandman, likewise BRADSHAW -- Richard Asmall, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/59/22  1629

CHADDERTON -- Raphe Marler, carrier, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/23  1629

WALSDEN -- Henry Travis, tailor, to prosecute for theft from Zacherie Feilden of Langfield, co. York, woollenwebster  QSB/1/59/24  1629

NEWTON -- Edmund Tetlowe, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/25  1629

SALFORD -- William Whornbey, butcher, to prosecute by Richard Halliwell of Manchester, vintner  QSB/1/59/26  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- Elizabeth wife of Edmund Butterworth, husbandman, to prosecute for theft from Abraham Howlerode, woollenwebster  QSB/1/59/27  1629

ROCHDALE -- James Taylor of Binnes, husbandman, to prosecute for clipping sheep of John Scolefield of Sheepebancke, husbandman  QSB/1/59/28  1629

OLDHAM -- John Kaye of Littlewood, husbandman, to prosecute for theft from James Scholes of Hollenwood, shoemaker  QSB/1/59/29  1629

ROCHDALE -- John Mellor of Asshes, mason, to prosecute for theft from James Haighe of Binnes, yeoman  QSB/1/59/30  1629

BOLTON -- John Pomfret, carpenter, bastardy on Anne Nuttall  QSB/1/59/31  1629

SPOTLAND -- Edward Leach of Fasyde, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/32  1629

HARWOOD -- Robert Entwisle. husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/33  1629

HALLIWELL -- Ellin Harper, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/34  1629

SHARPLES -- Raph Sharples, webster, bastardy on Elizabeth Squales  QSB/1/59/35  1629

TOTTINGTON -- Elizabeth wife of Thomas Holte of Eattenfield, husbandman, to prosecute by Edward Rawstorne, esq., High Sherriff  QSB/1/59/36  1629

ROCHDALE -- Bridget Chadwicke, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/37  1629

ROCHDALE -- George Casson, pettychapman, to prosecute for theft from Thomas Hanson  QSB/1/59/38  1629

CASTLETON -- Mary wife of Thomes Chadwicke of Bewselmoore, carpenter to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/39  1629

BOLTON -- Anne Collier, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/40  1629

LANGFIELD, co. York -- Zacherie Feilden, woollenwebster, to prosecute Henrie Travis of Walsden, tailor  QSB/1/59/41  1629

SPOTLAND -- Jonathan Chadwicke of Wolstenholme, yeoman, to prosecute Bridgett Chadwicke for theft  QSB/1/59/42  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- Abraham Howrode, woollenwebster, to prosecute Elizabeth wife of Edmund Butterworth for theft  QSB/1/59/43  1629

ROCHDALE -- Thomas Hanson, pettychapman, to prosecute George Casson  QSB/1/59/44  1629

ROCHDALE -- John Scolefield of Sheepebancke, husbandman, to prosecute James Taylor of Binnes, husbandman, for sheep-clipping  QSB/1/59/45  1629

OLDHAM -- James Scholes of Hollinwood, shoemaker, to prosecute John Kaye of Littlewood, husbandman, for theft  QSB/1/59/46  1629

?[ROCHDALE] -- James Haighe of Binnes, yeoman, to prosecute John Mellor of Asshes, mason, for theft  QSB/1/59/47  1629

PILKINGTON -- Peter Walker, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Ogden of Raddcliffe  QSB/1/59/48  1629

CASTLETON -- Abraham Butterworth, of Balderstonne, woollenwebster, bastardy on Elizabeth Chadwicke of Buersdall  QSB/1/59/49  1629

CASTLETON -- Richard Whittworth, husbandman, to keep the peace to Roger Whittworth, husbandman  QSB/1/59/50  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- Robert Stott of Scolefield, butcher, bastardy bastardy on Anne Belfield, spinster  QSB/1/59/51  1629

KEARSLEY -- Mary Seddon, spinster, bastardy with William Seddon, tailor  QSB/1/59/52  1629

RAWTENSTALL -- Stephen Nuttar, woollenwebster, bastardy on Susan Hole of Brandwood, in Spotland, spinster  QSB/1/59/53  1629

CASTLETON -- Elizabeth Chadwicke of Bewselmoore, spinster, bastardy with Abraham Butterworth  QSB/1/59/54  1629

CASTLETON -- Marie wife of Richard Whittworth, husbandman, to keep the peace to Roger Whittworth, husbandman  QSB/1/59/55  1629

DROYLSDEN -- Charles Walker, husbandman, to appear at Sessionsfor sloping with Jane Butterworth  QSB/1/59/56  1629

DROYLSDEN -- Richard Bursell, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/59/57  1629

MOSTON -- Jeffrey Bowker, husbandman, to keep the peace to Mary Kenion of Unsworth, spinster  QSB/1/59/58  1629

TURTON -- John Horrabin, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Wood of Bradshaw, widow  QSB/1/59/59  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- John Cooke, carpenter, bastardy on Anne Radcliffe  QSB/1/59/60  1629

SALFORD AND DROYLSDEN -- drunkenness  QSB/1/59/61  1629

THORNHAM -- John Kay of Stakehill, husbandman, bastardy on Ann Taylor of Oldham  QSB/1/59/62  1629

THORNHAM -- John Kay of Stakehill, husbandman, bastardy on Ann Taylor of Oldham  QSB/1/59/63  1629

OLDHAM -- Edmund Taylier of Horsage, gent. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/59/64  1629

RADCLIFFE -- Elizabeth Ogden, bastardy with Peter Walker of Pilkington, husbandman  QSB/1/59/65  1629

ROCHDALE -- Joseph Whittworth, mason, bastardy on Anne Spakeman  QSB/1/59/66  1629

ROCHDALE -- Joseph Whittworth, mason, bastardy on Anne Spakeman  QSB/1/59/67  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- Robert Stott of Scolefield, butcher, bastardy on Anne Belfeild  QSB/1/59/68  1629

OLDHAM -- theft of shoes from James Scholes of Hollinwood, shoemaker  QSB/1/59/69  1629

ASHWORTH -- assault on John Smithe of Tongend, husbandman, by Edward Leache of Whitworth  QSB/1/59/70  1629

HARWOOD -- Roberte Entwistle, husbandman, confesses to removing shoes from horses on Bostons Hill  QSB/1/59/71  1629

ROCHDALE -- theft by George Casson, pettychapman, from Thomas Hanson  QSB/1/59/72  1629

BRADSHAW -- theft of corn from John Bradshaw, esq  QSB/1/59/73  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- theft from Abraham, Howrode, woollenwebster  QSB/1/59/74  1629

NEWHALL -- theft from Edward Rawstorne, esq  QSB/1/59/75  1629

ROCHDALE -- theft from Jonathan Chadwicke of Wolstenhoulme, yeoman  QSB/1/59/76  1629

BOLTON -- theft from Anne collier, spinster  QSB/1/59/77  1629

ROCHDALE -- clipping of sheep of John Scholefeild of Sheepebancke, husbandman  QSB/1/59/78  1629

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- bad character of Thomas Chadwicke, tailor  QSB/1/59/79  1629

LANGFIELD, co. York -- theft from Zacherie Feilden, woollenwebster  QSB/1/59/80  1629

KEARSLEY -- bastardy of Mary Seddon, and William Seddon, tailor  QSB/1/59/81  1629

KEARSLEY -- bastardy of Mary Seddon, and William Seddon, tailor  QSB/1/59/82  1629

HALLIWELL -- bastardy of Elizabeth Bradshaw and John Harper, decd  QSB/1/59/83  1629

ELTON -- drunkenness of Francis Nuttall, labourer  QSB/1/59/84  1629

FAILSWORTH -- maintenance of grandchildren of John Thorpe, carpenter  QSB/1/59/85  1629

TOTTINGTON -- relief of poor  QSB/1/59/86  1629

FLIXTON -- repair of highways and "commen faring Wayes"  QSB/1/59/87  1629

TONGE -- relief for James Turner  QSB/1/59/88  1629

BLACKLEY -- maintenance of bastard of William Seddon and Anne Wilmer  QSB/1/59/89  1629

BLACKLEY -- maintenance of bastard of William Seddon and Anne Wilmer  QSB/1/59/90  1629

PRESTWICH -- relief for Elizabeth wife of George Flitcroft of the Roades Green, linenwebster  QSB/1/59/91  1629

KEARSLEY -- bastardy of Marie Seddon and William Seddon  QSB/1/59/92  1629

CHADDERTON -- taxation for Darcy Leaver bridge  QSB/1/59/93  1629

OLDHAM -- summons of Raphe Marler of Hollinwood, carrier  QSB/1/59/94  1629

BURY -- relief for grandchild of William Haslome  QSB/1/59/95  1629

PILKINGTON -- detailed monthly assessment for poor  QSB/1/59/96  1629

Lease for 2 lives at 2/- rent George Rigbye of the Peele, gent. to George Tonge of Hulton, collier - cottage with garden and lane, and liberty of the pasture on the Milne Hill in Little Hulton alias Lower Hulton and Worsley - for lives of Ellin wife of Thomas Rycrofte of Overhulton, husbandman, and John their eldest son. (not executed), 28 Apr. 1629 (Used as wrapper for the roll)  QSB/1/59/97  1629

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Michaelmas 1629  QSB/1/60  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/60/1  1629

ALDINGHAM -- Christofer Simpson of Skeales, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Sawrey  QSB/1/60/2  1629

FURNESS FELLS -- Alexander Tomlinson, husbandman, to keep the peace to Henry Sawrey  QSB/1/60/3  1629

FURNESS -- Francis Chamney, milner, to keep the peace to Leonard Simpson  QSB/1/60/4  1629

CABUS -- Jane Simpkinson, widow, to keep the peace to Allice wife of John Lambe  QSB/1/60/5  1629

COCKERHAM -- Christofer Bond, husbandman, to keep the peace to Anne wife of Robert Sheires  QSB/1/60/6  1629

FARLETON -- Thomas Cornthwaite, yeoman, to keep the peace to Agnes wife of John Santan  QSB/1/60/7  1629

COCKERHAM -- Francis Case, husbandman, to prosecute for stealing apples of William Noble  QSB/1/60/8  1629

FORTON -- William Noble, milner to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/60/9  1629

LADYHALL, co. Cumberland -- Matthew Russell, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/60/10  1629

DALTON-IN-FURNESS -- John Askew of Stank, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Diconson, husbandman  QSB/1/60/11  1629

BROUGHTON -- John Atkinson, husbandman, to prosecute Matthew Russell  QSB/1/60/12  1629

CLAUGHTON -- Henry Foxcrofte, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Foxcrofte  QSB/1/60/13  1629

QUERNMORE -- John Bradgate, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/60/14  1629

CARTMEL -- Miles Dawson, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Hutton  QSB/1/60/15  1629

COLTON -- Nicholas Barrowe of Haverthwaite, husbandman, to keep the peace to Issabell Rawlinson  QSB/1/60/16  1629

ELLEL -- Jennet Wilkinson, widow, to prosecute by John Willson for witchcraft  QSB/1/60/17  1629

ELLEL -- John Willson, freemason, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/60/18  1629

COCKERHAM -- theft of apples by Francis Case  QSB/1/60/19  1629

COCKERHAM -- theft of apples by Francis Case  QSB/1/60/20  1629

MILLOM, co. Cumberland. -- damaging horses on the marsh  QSB/1/60/21  1629

CAWOOD -- maintenance of bastard of Katherin daughter of Edward Parker of Gressingham, gent  QSB/1/60/22  1629

CARTMEL -- bad character of Miles Dawson of Tarnegreene, husbandman  QSB/1/60/23  1629

LANCASTER -- theft of 7 sheep by John Bradgate  QSB/1/60/24  1629

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Michaelmas 1629  QSB/1/61  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/61/1  1629

HASLINGDEN -- Adam Cowpe, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to Giles Hoyle  QSB/1/61/2  1629

ROSSENDALE -- Henrie Heape, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/3  1629

ROSSENDALE -- James Heape, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/4  1629

TARNACRE -- George Cottam, yeoman, to keep the peace to Anne wife of Thomas Walker  QSB/1/61/5  1629

TARNACRE -- Elizabeth wife of George Cottam, likewise  QSB/1/61/6  1629

WHITTINGHAM -- Thomas Cowell, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Waring husbandman  QSB/1/61/7  1629

TREALES -- Thomas Hardman, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Grimalstone, husbandman  QSB/1/61/8  1629

WHITTINGHAM -- John Lonsdall, husbandman, to keep the peace to George Waringe  QSB/1/61/9  1629

TARNACRE -- Thomas Parke, dyer, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of George Cottom, labourer  QSB/1/61/10  1629

TARNACRE -- Ellin wife of Thomas Parke, likewise  QSB/1/61/11  1629

TARNACRE -- Anne wife of Thomas Walker, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/61/12  1629

ELSTON -- Henry Gregson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/13  1629

RIBBLETON -- Richard Ridley, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/14  1629

GREENHALGH -- John Corno, husbandman, bastardy on Ann Shollicar of Halsall, spinster  QSB/1/61/15  1629

WHITTINGHAM -- John Dewhurst, gent., to prosecute for rescue of George Waring from bailiffs  QSB/1/61/16  1629

SINGLETON -- Miles Swartbreck, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Sherdley of Farrington, yeoman  QSB/1/61/17  1629

BLACKBURN -- Seath Birley, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/18  1629

BLACKBURN -- Henry Bawle alias Tomlinson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/19  1629

BLACKBURN -- Raphe Bibbie, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/20  1629

BLACKBURN -- John Hindle, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/21  1629

BLACKBURN -- Robert Yates, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/22  1629

BLACKBURN -- Thomas Yates, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/23  1629

SALESBURY -- High Boulton, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/24  1629

LITTLE HARWOOD -- Thomas Bridge, husbandman, bastardy on Allice Adley  QSB/1/61/25  1629

RAWCLIFFE -- William Kirkeby, to keep the peace to William Shorrocke  QSB/1/61/26  1629

NEWTON-WITH-SCALES -- Thomas Gregson, servant of William Duddell, to keep the peace to Jenet wife of Richard Wilding of Kirkham  QSB/1/61/27  1629

LYTHAM -- Richard Carter, husbandman, bastardy on Agnes Elston, spinster  QSB/1/61/28  1629

SALESBURY -- theft of apples from Hughe Boulton  QSB/1/61/29  1629

GARSTANG -- Henry Holt, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/61/30  1629

TARNACRE -- assault on Anne wife of Thomas Walker, husbandman, by George Cotton, labourer, and Elizabeth his wife  QSB/1/61/31  1629

WALTON-LE-DALE -- bastardy of Roger Cockshutt, husbandman, and Elizabeth Carter of Preston  QSB/1/61/32  1629

INSKIP-WITH-SOWERBY -- costs of conveying George and Robert Boulton to Lancaster Gaol  QSB/1/61/33  1629

PRESTON -- maintenance of deserted wife of Peter Letherborrowe  QSB/1/61/34  1629

BURNLEY -- brief for John Pollard, loss by fire  QSB/1/61/35  1629

BLACKBURN -- too many badgers  QSB/1/61/36  1629

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Michaelmas 1629  QSB/1/62  1629

ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD -- assault by Henry Sefton, husbandman, on Alban Snowe  QSB/1/62/1  1629

ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD -- assault on Henry Sefton by Alban Snowe, gent., Thomas Gerrarde, gent., and Anne, wife of William Forthe  QSB/1/62/2  1629

ASHTON-IN-MAKERFIELD -- assault by Henry Sefton on Ann wife of William Ford  QSB/1/62/3  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/62/4  1629

MAWDSLEY -- Mary wife of Thurstan Tompson, to keep the peace to Dorothy Thompson, spinster MAWDSLEY -- John Tompson, hurst, likewise  QSB/1/62/5  1629

MAWDSLEY -- Thurstan Tompson, webster, likewise  QSB/1/62/6  1629

FORMBY -- Ellyn Dobbe, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/7  1629

SCARISBRICK -- Robert Welch, husbandman to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/8  1629

LONGTON -- John Walton, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret Phillipson, widow  QSB/1/62/9  1629

BISPHAM -- Thomas Patterick, gent., to keep the peace to John Newson  QSB/1/62/10  1629

HALSALL -- George Charles, to keep the peace to William Wignall  QSB/1/62/11  1629

LYMM, co. Chester -- Thomas Webster, senior, freemason, to keep the peace to Jane Parr of Newton  QSB/1/62/12  1629

ECCLESTON -- Yeomond Pyke, Husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Heye, husbandman  QSB/1/62/13  1629

ECCLESTON -- Yeomond Pyke, Husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Heye, husbandman  QSB/1/62/14  1629

ECCLESTON -- Yeomond Pyke, Husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Heye, husbandman  QSB/1/62/15  1629

PEMBERTON -- Ralph Aynscoe, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/16  1629

RAINHILL -- Symond Rigbie, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/17  1629

ABRAM -- John Walker, husbandman, to prosecute by Edward Boulton, gent  QSB/1/62/18  1629

WESTLEIGH -- Robert Vaghan, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/62/19  1629

WIGAN -- James Wood, husbandman, to prosecute by William Asley  QSB/1/62/20  1629

LUDLOW, co. Salop -- Richard Lancford, chapman, bastardy on Ellen Blundell  QSB/1/62/21  1629

WIGAN -- Ellen Fareclough alias Blundell, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/22  1629

DALTON -- Cicley Toppinge, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/23  1629

APPLETON, co, Chester -- Richard Grimsditch, gent., to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/24  1629

HALEWOOD -- Allice Watmough, Spinster bastardy with Richard Gleast  QSB/1/62/25  1629

LATHOM -- Issabell Scaresbrick, spinster, to prosecute by John Scaresbrick  QSB/1/62/26  1629

BURSCOUGH -- Elizabeth Scaresbrick, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/62/27  1629

LATHOM -- Hugh Scaresbrick, husbandman, to prosecute by John Scaresbrick  QSB/1/62/28  1629

WORTHINGTON -- Edwards Barnes, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Barnes of Sutton, yeoman  QSB/1/62/29  1629

EUXTON -- Richard Stones, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Bell of Inskipe, husbandman  QSB/1/62/30  1629

WARRINGTON -- Thurstan Soothworth, gent., to keep the peace to Rauffe Topping, shoemaker  QSB/1/62/31  1629

ASPULL -- James Wood, cannelminer, to prosecute by James Scott of Wigan, pewterer  QSB/1/62/32  1629

WESTHOUGHTON -- Adam Platt, webster, bastardy on Kateren Mill  QSB/1/62/33  1629

ATHERTON -- Henry Orret, nailor, likewise  QSB/1/62/34  1629

HALSALL -- William Wignall, to keep the peace to George Charles  QSB/1/62/35  1629

ECCLESTON -- William Chisnall, shoemaker, bastardy on Ellen Smith  QSB/1/62/36  1629

HALEWOOD -- Richard Gleast, husbandman, bastardy on Alice Sutton  QSB/1/62/37  1629

BRINDLE -- James Livesey, husbandman, to keep the peace to Mr. Bennett, parson  QSB/1/62/38  1629

WHITTLE-LE-WOODS -- Roger Pyncocke, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/62/39  1629

WESTLEIGH -- housebreaking  QSB/1/62/40  1629

ECCLESTON -- William Wignall, to keep the peace to George Charles  QSB/1/62/41  1629

Doubts as to repair of bridges  QSB/1/62/42  1629

MUCH HOOLE -- alehouses  QSB/1/62/43  1629

LIVERPOOL -- Hierom Orme, schoolmaster, desires release from attendance owing to death of child  QSB/1/62/44  1629

WARRINGTON -- theft from William Mather of "a Crabb tree staffe with a whyte horne heade"  QSB/1/62/45  1629

HAYDOCK -- release from bond by John Gowherson, aged 70  QSB/1/62/46  1629

BLACKROD -- relief for Ellen Houlme, deserted wife of Richard Cosson of Preston  QSB/1/62/47  1629

WRIGHTINGTON -- bastardy of Richard Lancaster, gent., and Elizabeth daughter of Roberte Hadocke  QSB/1/62/48  1629

WARRINGTON -- cheating of Mr. Boulton by Robert Vaghan  QSB/1/62/49  1629

WIGAN -- theft of yarn from William Astley  QSB/1/62/50  1629

LUDLOW, co. Salop -- bigamy of Ellen Fareclough with Richard Langford, chapman  QSB/1/62/51  1629

HALEWOOD -- ill-behaviour of Richard Gleast  QSB/1/62/52  1629

WIGAN -- theft from house of James Scott, pewterer, in Standishgate  QSB/1/62/53  1629

BURSCOUGH -- threats to John Scarsbricke, husbandman, by by relatives  QSB/1/62/54  1629

WIGAN -- relief for Agnes Wood, widow  QSB/1/62/55  1629

Maintenance of bastard of Roger Urmeston, decd., and Anne now wife of Richard Croichelowe  QSB/1/62/56  1629

LATHOM -- assault on Robert Hunter, constable, by James Jerman  QSB/1/62/57  1629

LEIGH -- Henry Cookson wrongfully accused of theft  QSB/1/62/58  1629

SOUTHWORTH -- maintenance of bastard of Alice Morecrofte of Warrington  QSB/1/62/59  1629

PENNINGTON -- repair of highways  QSB/1/62/60  1629

WIGAN -- bastardy of Thomas Tusonne and Ellen Fayreclough  QSB/1/62/61  1629

Desertion of Gilbert son of Gilbert Orred, covenanted servant to George Odcrofte  QSB/1/62/62  1629

UPHOLLAND -- theft from Richard Leigh, gent  QSB/1/62/63  1629

PEMBERTON -- wrongful building of cottage by John Mollyneux, yeoman  QSB/1/62/64  1629

ASPULL -- theft of cook by Raph Aynescow, tailor  QSB/1/62/65  1629

EUXTON -- Matthew Baldwine, carpenter, bastardy on Anne Brindle of Charnocke Richard  QSB/1/62/66  1629

EUXTON -- Matthew Baldwine, carpenter, bastardy on Anne Brindle of Charnocke Richard  QSB/1/62/67  1629

EUXTON -- Matthew Baldwine, carpenter, bastardy on Anne Brindle of Charnocke Richard  QSB/1/62/68  1629

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Michaelmas 1629  QSB/1/63  1629

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/63/1  1629

WALMERSLEY -- James Chadwicke, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/2  1629

WALMERSLEY -- Jony wife of James Chadwicke, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/3  1629

BURY -- William Bury of Woodrode, labourer, to keep the peace to Allice, wife of Richard Bury, husbandman  QSB/1/63/4  1629

BURY -- Matthew Booth of Redwalls, yeoman, to keep the peace to Ellyn wife of George Unsworth, junior, joiner  QSB/1/63/5  1629

TONGE -- Sarah Bewsicke, spinster, to keep the peace to Alice Knotte, widow  QSB/1/63/6  1629

TONGE -- Margery wife of Abraham Ogden, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/63/7  1629

TONGE -- Abraham Ogden, likewise  QSB/1/63/8  1629

ROCHDALE -- Elizabeth Healey, spinster, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Edward Hallas, woollenwebster  QSB/1/63/9  1629

ROCHDALE -- Daniel Hallas, clothier, likewise  QSB/1/63/10  1629

ROCHDALE -- Abraham Hallas, shereman, likewise  QSB/1/63/11  1629

ROCHDALE -- Alis Hallas, spinster, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Healey  QSB/1/63/12  1629

ROCHDALE -- Elizabeth wife of Edward Hallas, likewise  QSB/1/63/13  1629

ROCHDALE -- Edward Hallas, woollenwebster, likewise  QSB/1/63/14  1629

WHITWORTH -- Raphe Holt, husbandman, to keep the peace to Edward Leach, husbandman  QSB/1/63/15  1629

ROCHDALE -- Edward Hallas, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to John Tattersall of Rossendall, carpenter  QSB/1/63/16  1629

BURY -- Margaret wife of James Hardman of Reddivalls, husbandman, to keep the peace to Ellin Brommiley, spinster  QSB/1/63/17  1629

BOLTON -- Ellis Aynesworth, webster, to keep the peace to Richard Crompton, junior BOLTON -- Susan wife of John Bradley, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Katherin Tildesley  QSB/1/63/18  1629

MANCHESTER -- Robert Hoult, gent. to keep the peace to Thomas Boulton of Salford, yeoman  QSB/1/63/19  1629

PENDLETON -- George Holland of Newhall, gent., to appear at Sessions MANCHESTER -- Robert Theyar, barber, to keep the peace to John Hall, barber, and Katherin his wife MANCHESTER -- Katherin wife of John Hall, to appear at Sessions to Anne wife of Robert Theyar MANCHESTER -- John Hall, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/20  1629

TONGE -- Alice Knott, widow, and Marie and Jane Knott, spinsters, to keep the peace to Abraham and Margery Ogden and Sarah Bewsicke  QSB/1/63/21  1629

ARDWICK -- Thomas son of Richard Hudson, husbandman, Bastardy on Sarah Beswick of Droylsden, spinster  QSB/1/63/22  1629

BURY -- John Lomax, dyer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/23  1629

BURY -- John Ranson, dyer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/24  1629

MIDDLETON -- Edmund Taylier of Hough, to prosecute Martha Mylnes of Milrowe, widow  QSB/1/63/25  1629

BUTTERWORTH -- Abraham Turner, husbandman, Bastardy on Mary Browne  QSB/1/63/26  1629

CROMPTON -- John Hulton of Beale Hey, husbandman, Bastardy on Alice Mathew  QSB/1/63/27  1629

WALMERSLEY -- James Lomax, junior, husbandman, to appear at Sessions WALMERSLEY -- James Lomax, senior, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/28  1629

WALMERSLEY -- Thomas Mather, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/29  1629

HULME -- James Bewsicke, husbandman, to prosecute Thomas Mather for theft  QSB/1/63/30  1629

WUERDLE and WARDLE -- John Stott of Hades, linenwebster, to give evidence William Feelden, husbandman, for theft from John Roydes of Littlewardle, husbandman  QSB/1/63/31  1629

WUERDLE and WARDLE -- John Roydes, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/32  1629

MANCHESTER -- John Banes, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions STOCKPORT, co. Chester -- Elizabeth Collier, widow, to prosecute John Banes for theft  QSB/1/63/33  1629

ROCHDALE -- Richard Hewood, husbandman, Bastardy on Doroty Roode  QSB/1/63/34  1629

MANCHESTER -- Thomas Wylde, shereman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/35  1629

QUARLTON -- Ralphe Bromeley, husbandman, Bastardy on Ellin Stones  QSB/1/63/36  1629

ROCHDALE -- John Boulton, fuller, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/37  1629

CASTLETON -- James Butterworth of Newbald, husbandman, Bastardy on Marie Watson  QSB/1/63/38  1629

CASTLETON -- James Butterworth of Newbald, husbandman, Bastardy on Marie Watson  QSB/1/63/39  1629

OLDHAM -- Ann wife of John Tetlow of Northwood, linenwebster. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/40  1629

WUERDLE & WARDLE -- William Feelden of Hades, husbandman, to prosecute for theft from John Roydes  QSB/1/63/41  1629

ROCHDALE -- Dorotie Roodes, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/42  1629

WUERDLE & WARDLE -- theft from barn of John Roydes  QSB/1/63/43  1629

STOCKPORT, co, CHESTER -- theft of hops belonging to Elizabeth Collier, widow  QSB/1/63/44  1629

WUERDLE & WARDLE -- theft from barn of John Roydes  QSB/1/63/45  1629

PILKINGTON -- bastardy of Peeter Walker & Elizabeth Ogden of Radcliffe  QSB/1/63/46  1629

MIDDLETON -- theft from Edmund Taylier of the Hough  QSB/1/63/47  1629

CASTLETON -- bastardy of James Butterworth of Newbald & Marie Watson  QSB/1/63/48  1629

OLDHAM -- theft by Ann wife of John Tetlowe of Northwoode, of timber from the Falkenhurst  QSB/1/63/49  1629

BOLTON -- theft of shoes from stall of James Bewsicke of Hulme, shoemaker  QSB/1/63/50  1629

QUARLTON -- bastardy of Ralphe Bromeley, labourer, & Ellin Stones  QSB/1/63/51  1629

PILKINGTON -- Anne Davenporte, spinster, Bastardy with Edmund Seddon of Bury, labourer  QSB/1/63/52  1629

BURY -- Edmund Seddon, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/63/53  1629

MOSTON -- wrongful selling of ale by Anne Thorpe, widow  QSB/1/63/54  1629

ROCHDALE -- brief for Jane widow of Samuell Bamford, loss by five  QSB/1/63/55  1629

MANCHESTER -- assessment of Bennett Percyvall, widow  QSB/1/63/56  1629

CHADDERTON -- maintenance by James Neild of a relative  QSB/1/63/57  1629

PILKINGTON -- relief for Jane widow of Thomas Erleham  QSB/1/63/58  1629

BURY -- bastardy of Edmund Seddon, labourer & Anne Davenporte  QSB/1/63/59  1629

ROCHDALE -- relief for Frances Bolton  QSB/1/63/60  1629

Conveyance in trust; for £4; John Bayley of Burgh, Christofer Smyth of Halywall, Humfrey Stones of Sharpuls, & James Smyth of Farneworth, Yeomen, to William Lightbowne of Bolton in-le-Moores, yeoman - barne in Hallywall, & closes called the Rowndecrofte, Littleweete Earth, Great Weet Earth, Holme, & Marled Earth, & a 4th of a 20th of the Manor of Hallywall (Notesecuted) 1603 Used as wrapper for roll)  QSB/1/63/61  1629

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster. Epiphany 1629/30  QSB/1/64  1629/30

ROEBURNDALE -- Christofer Thornton, yeoman, to keep the peace to James Prockter  QSB/1/64/1  1629/30

CARNFORTH -- Richard Nicholson, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Thomas Casson  QSB/1/64/2  1629/30

OVER WYERSDALE -- Elizabeth wife of Francis Brennon, to keep the peace to Dorothie Jackson  QSB/1/64/3  1629/30

HALTON -- Rowland Leake, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Chambers  QSB/1/64/4  1629/30

CARTMEL -- John Kellett, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Clarke of Silverdale  QSB/1/64/5  1629/30

SATTERTHWAITE -- Ann wife of James Walker of Daleparke, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Edward Walker  QSB/1/64/6  1629/30

SATTERTHWAITE -- James Walker, likewise  QSB/1/64/7  1629/30

ULVERSTON -- Edward Geldert, mercer, to keep the peace to William his Brother  QSB/1/64/8  1629/30

CARTMEL -- Richard Bell, junior, of Kentsbancke, sailor, to keep the peace to William Bell  QSB/1/64/9  1629/30

CARTMEL -- Miles Dawson of Tarnegreene, husbandman to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/10  1629/30

MASINGGILL, co. YORK -- Thomas Lunde, shoemaker, to prosecute Isabel Braythwait and Ellen Bowman for receiving stolen goods  QSB/1/64/11  1629/30

LECK -- Ellen Bowman, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/12  1629/30

LECK -- Isabel wife of Robert Braythwait, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/13  1629/30

CATON -- John Berry, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/14  1629/30

HALTON -- Thomas Cirus, esq. to prosecute Peeter Birkett & Gabriell Richmond for orchard-breaking  QSB/1/64/15  1629/30

LANCASTER -- Gabriell Richmond, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/16  1629/30

LANCASTER -- Peeter Birkett, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/64/17  1629/30

CARTMEL -- David Sands of Graithwaitefeildheat, husbandman to keep the peace to Reonald Mackereth  QSB/1/64/18  1629/30

CARTMEL -- Mabel Kellet of Buckeragge, widow, and Ellen and Dorothie her daughters, to keep the peace to William Cowheard  QSB/1/64/19  1629/30

ELLEL -- Ellen wife of Robert Ceiverden, yeoman, to keep the peace to Jennett Richmond, widow  QSB/1/64/20  1629/30

ELLEL -- Jennett Wilkinson, widow, accused of witchcraft  QSB/1/64/21  1629/30

ELLEL -- Jennett Wilkinson, widow, accused of witchcraft  QSB/1/64/22  1629/30

ELLEL -- Jennett Wilkinson, widow, accused of witchcraft  QSB/1/64/23  1629/30

OVER WYERSDALE -- assault on Dorothie Jackson, servant to William Sturzaker, by Elizabeth wife of Francis Brennon  QSB/1/64/24  1629/30

CARTMEL -- assault on Myles Dawson of Tarnegreene, husbandman, by Richard Hutton of Thorphinsty, gent  QSB/1/64/25  1629/30

LANCASTER -- stealing by Peeter Birkett & Gabriel Richmond of Highfeild from orchard of Thomas Carus of Halton, esq  QSB/1/64/26  1629/30

LECK -- theft by Isabel wife of Robert Braythwait  QSB/1/64/27  1629/30

LECK -- theft by Isabel wife of Robert Braythwait  QSB/1/64/28  1629/30

LECK -- theft by Isabel wife of Robert Braythwait  QSB/1/64/29  1629/30

LECK -- theft by Ellen widow of Richard Bowman  QSB/1/64/30  1629/30

LECK -- theft by Ellen widow of Richard Bowman  QSB/1/64/31  1629/30

CARTMEL -- quarrel of William Geldert with Edward his brother  QSB/1/64/32  1629/30

CARTMEL -- dispute between William Cowheard of Buckeragge and Mabel Kellett  QSB/1/64/33  1629/30

CARTMEL -- assault on Myles Dawson of Tarnegreene, husbandman, by Richard Hutton of Thorphinsty, gent  QSB/1/64/34  1629/30

CLAIFE -- quarrel between Reonald Mackereth and David Sands the younger of Graithwaitefeildhead  QSB/1/64/35  1629/30

BURROW -- repair of newlybuilt Burrow bridge  QSB/1/64/36  1629/30

GRESSINGHAM -- maintenance of bastard of George Kellett and Katharine Parker  QSB/1/64/37  1629/30

LANCASTER -- apprenticeship of William Styth to Henry Houseman, Cordwainer-  QSB/1/64/38  1629/30

WITHERSLACK, co, WESTMORLAND -- certificate of good behaviour of Miles Dawson of Tarnegreen in Cartmell Felt  QSB/1/64/39  1629/30

Distraint from William Robinsonn  QSB/1/64/40  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/64/41  1629/30

CARTMEL -- dispute between William Cowheard of Buckeragge and Mabel Kellett  QSB/1/64/42  1629/30

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Epiphany 1629/30  QSB/1/65  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/65/1  1629/30

WINMARLEIGH -- Robert Deyes, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Durham, husbandman WINMARLEIGH -- Alice wife of Robert Deyes, likewise  QSB/1/65/2  1629/30

CABUS -- Richard Berches, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/65/3  1629/30

ROSSENDALE -- Henry Whitacre, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Hargreaves ROSSENDALE -- James Whitacre, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/65/4  1629/30

ROSSENDALE -- James Lord, yeoman, likewise ROSSENDALE -- Richard Ormerode, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/65/5  1629/30

ROSSENDALE -- John Ormerode, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/65/6  1629/30

SINGLETON -- William Faile of Grange, yeoman, to keep the peace to Christofer Tayler, labourer  QSB/1/65/7  1629/30

Fulwood -- Richard Charnley, yeoman, to prosecute Lawrence Sudell, dryster, for theft of oates  QSB/1/65/8  1629/30

FULWOOD -- Lawrence Sudell, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/65/8  1629/30

ROSSENDALE -- Charles Howorth, yeoman, to prosecute Robert Waterworth for goose-stealing  QSB/1/65/9  1629/30

CLAUGHTON -- Thomas France, husbandman, to prosecute by Lawrence Cottam  QSB/1/65/10  1629/30

WEETON -- James Tomason alias Man, husbandman, to prosecute by Gawther Thisleton, yeoman  QSB/1/65/11  1629/30

BURNLEY -- William Hargreaves of Burnley Wood, yeoman, to prosecute Henry and James Whitacre, James Lord, and Richard and John Ormerode  QSB/1/65/12  1629/30

BRADFORD, co. YORK -- William Dawson, yeoman, to prosecute by John Johnson of Worston, yeoman, for hen stealing  QSB/1/65/13  1629/30

WORSTON -- John Johnson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/65/14  1629/30

BRADFORD, co. YORK -- Edward Waddington, as 13  QSB/1/65/15  1629/30

MYERSCOUGH -- Thurstan Greene, yeoman, bastardy on Jennet Fisher  QSB/1/65/16  1629/30

PENWORTHAM -- John Cawward of Middleforth, husbandman, to prosecute by Leynard Sargant  QSB/1/65/17  1629/30

WEETON -- Richard Harrison, labourer, bastardy on Jenett Hey of Hardhorne, spinster  QSB/1/65/18  1629/30

CLAUGHTON -- Lawrence France, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas France CLAUGHTON -- Ellin France, widow, likewise  QSB/1/65/19  1629/30

BRADFORD, co. YORK -- theft of hen by Edward Waddington & William Dawson, yeoman  QSB/1/65/20  1629/30

WORSTON -- theft of hen by Edward Waddington & William Dawson, yeoman  QSB/1/65/21  1629/30

WORSTON -- theft of hen by Edward Waddington & William Dawson, yeoman  QSB/1/65/22  1629/30

WEETON -- summon of James Thomason alias Man, husbandman  QSB/1/65/23  1629/30

BURNLEY -- attack on William Hargreaves and his wife  QSB/1/65/24  1629/30

LIVESEY, TOCKHOLES & DARWEN -- repair of Ewood bridge  QSB/1/65/25  1629/30

SINGLETON -- attack on Christofer Tayler the younger of the Grange, labourer, by William Faile, yeoman  QSB/1/65/26  1629/30

SINGLETON -- attack on Christofer Tayler the younger of the Grange, labourer, by William Faile, yeoman  QSB/1/65/27  1629/30

PRESTON -- maintenance of child of Peter Letherbarrowe  QSB/1/65/28  1629/30

CHAIGLEY -- reimbursement of constable  QSB/1/65/29  1629/30

Continuation of recognizance of James Brewer  QSB/1/65/30  1629/30

Arbitration between Roberte Smith & Samuel Clarke his son-in-law  QSB/1/65/31  1629/30

LITTLE HARWOOD -- attack on George Clayton  QSB/1/65/32  1629/30

SINGLETON -- bastardy of William Swarbreck and Margaret Gaskell  QSB/1/65/33  1629/30

LAYTON -- bastardy of John Hodgson, labourer, & Margret Whiteside of Marton  QSB/1/65/34  1629/30

HABERGHAM EAVES -- bastardy of Robert Tattersall of Pyckopp and Grace Waddington of Burnley  QSB/1/65/35  1629/30

Dispute between Thomas Parke and Richard Alenson  QSB/1/65/36  1629/30

FULWOOD -- theft of corn by Lawrence Sudell, dryster  QSB/1/65/37  1629/30

FULWOOD -- theft of corn by Lawrence Sudell, dryster  QSB/1/65/38  1629/30

PENWORTHAM -- evidence by Robert Ouldfield of Preston, bellfounder, and others, that James Brewerworth said he had a stone which would bleed  QSB/1/65/39  1629/30

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Epiphany 1629/30  QSB/1/66  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/66/1  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/66/2  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/66/3  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/66/4  1629/30

WIDNES -- Ralph Crofte, husbandman, to keep the peace to Ellen wife of John Johnson of Ince, co. Chester, husbandman  QSB/1/66/5  1629/30

WARRINGTON -- Thomas Barnes, shoemaker, to keep the peace to Katherin Parr  QSB/1/66/6  1629/30

MAUDSLEY -- Elizabeth wife of Thourstan Stannanought, husbandman, to keep the peace to Hugh Anscow  QSB/1/66/7  1629/30

WHISTON -- William Bowdon, to prosecute Roberte Woodfall, tailor, for theft  QSB/1/66/8  1629/30

WHISTON -- Robert Woodfall, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/9  1629/30

WORTHINGTON -- Roger Haydock, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/10  1629/30

NEWTON -- Henry Lowton, glover, to keep the peace to Edward Savage, buttonmaker  QSB/1/66/11  1629/30

LIVERPOOL -- William Banckes, labourer, to prosecute for theft of malt from Roberte Williamson, gent  QSB/1/66/12  1629/30

ECCLESTON -- William Tarbock, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/13  1629/30

SUTTON -- John Tickle, husbandman, to prosecute by William Barnes, shoemaker, for theft of geese  QSB/1/66/14  1629/30

SUTTON -- John Woodfall, junior, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/66/15  1629/30

WINDLE -- Robert Ball, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/66/16  1629/30

SUTTON -- Richard Naylor, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/66/17  1629/30

SUTTON -- William Barnes, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/18  1629/30

BICKERSTAFFE -- Edward Rylons, husbandman, to give evidence against Frances Swinleyes  QSB/1/66/19  1629/30

SKELMERSDALE -- Roger Penington, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/20  1629/30

SKELMERSDALE -- Thomas Ormishawe, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/21  1629/30

SPEKE -- George Tickle, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Ballard  QSB/1/66/22  1629/30

LIVERPOOLE -- Robert Williamson, gent, Mayor, to prosecute William Bankes  QSB/1/66/23  1629/30

MAWDESLEY -- Hugh Anscow, yeoman, to prosecute by Elizabeth Stannought  QSB/1/66/24  1629/30

ATHERTON -- John Hurst, ale-house keeper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/25  1629/30

UPHOLLAND -- James Pickavance, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/26  1629/30

CHORLEY -- Thomas Rigbie, chapman, Margret his wife, spinster, and Alice Haughton, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/27  1629/30

CHORLEY -- Roger Finch, yeoman, & Elizabeth wife of Thomas Molynex, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/28  1629/30

LEIGH -- Rowland Hulton, gent, to keep the peace to Richard Grundie of Westleigh, yeoman  QSB/1/66/29  1629/30

LYDIATE -- Henry Gouldburne, shoemaker, bastardy on Alice Winstandley of Hollanes  QSB/1/66/30  1629/30

LYDIATE -- James Jumpe, shoemaker, likewise  QSB/1/66/31  1629/30

LYDIATE -- John Wollfall, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/66/32  1629/30

WIGAN -- Thomas Bankes, potter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/33  1629/30

WIGAN -- Thomas Pilkington, spinner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/66/34  1629/30

HINDLEY -- Roger Hindley, linenwebster  QSB/1/66/35  1629/30

WHISTON -- theft by Robert Woodfall from Elline Bowden  QSB/1/66/36  1629/30

ECCLESTON -- theft of sheep of James Leigh, yeoman, from Thelwall Heath  QSB/1/66/37  1629/30

BICKERSTAFFE -- theft from Edward Rylons, husbandman  QSB/1/66/38  1629/30

SUTTON -- theft of sheep from William Barnes, shoemaker  QSB/1/66/39  1629/30

WARRINGTON -- threats to Katherine wife of Thomas Parr, butcher, by Thomas Barnes, shoemaker, and Ann Barnes  QSB/1/66/40  1629/30

LIVERPOOL -- theft of malt by William Banckes, servant to Roberte Williamson, mayor  QSB/1/66/41  1629/30

KIRKDALE -- Richard Gleast, servant to Edward Moore, accused of bastardy  QSB/1/66/42  1629/30

MAWDESLEY -- threats to Hugh Ascowe, husbandman, by Elizabeth wife of Thurstoon Stanninought, wheelwright  QSB/1/66/43  1629/30

WIGAN PARISH -- brief for Alice Otiwell, widow of pressed goldier, whose cottage has fallen down  QSB/1/66/44  1629/30

WIDNES -- relief for Jane Bowers, blind  QSB/1/66/45  1629/30

SHARPLES -- bastardy of Elizabeth Whittell & Noy Anderton  QSB/1/66/46  1629/30

LYDIATE -- bastardy of Alice Winstandley & John Woofull  QSB/1/66/47  1629/30

COPPULL -- reimbursement of William Heskin, constable for taking to gaol of Roger Grimshaw, indicted "for wilfully leting goe a seminary Preist, which he stoode chardge to carry to" Lancaster gaol  QSB/1/66/48  1629/30

HALEWOOD -- bastardy of Alice Watmorgh & Richard Gleast  QSB/1/66/49  1629/30

RAINHILL -- maintenance by William Flidcroft of "a sister of his distracted in herwitts  QSB/1/66/50  1629/30

HEAPEY & WHEELTON -- right to a way to Leyland church  QSB/1/66/51  1629/30

Attack on Elizabeth Lowton by Thomas Smith  QSB/1/66/52  1629/30

SHARPLES -- bastardy of Elizabeth Whittell & Noy Anderton  QSB/1/66/53  1629/30

ASTLEY -- habitation for Roberte Ward  QSB/1/66/54  1629/30

Wrongful summons of John Mosse by Francis Wilkinsone  QSB/1/66/55  1629/30

WINSTANLEY, BILLINGE & ORRELL -- allocation of charges, being one town  QSB/1/66/56  1629/30

DITTON & WIDNES -- repair of highways  QSB/1/66/57  1629/30

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Epiphany 1629/30  QSB/1/67  1629/30

ECCLES -- Ann Houlden, widow, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Houlden ECCLES -- Ann Houlden, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/67/1  1629/30

ACCRINGTON -- Lawrence Houlden of Backstonden, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/2  1629/30

DROYLSDEN -- Nicholas Tetlow, linenweaver, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Woosencroft, widow  QSB/1/67/3  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- John Mellor of Ashes, mason, to keep the peace to Abraham Hanson the younger  QSB/1/67/4  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Joseph Whitworth, waller, to keep the peace to William Newbie, shereman  QSB/1/67/5  1629/30

ECCLES -- Elizabeth wife of Edmund Houlden, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Ann Houlden, widow  QSB/1/67/6  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- Edward Sondie alias Sondiforth, tailor, to keep the peace to margaret wife of Ambrose Makin, miller  QSB/1/67/7  1629/30

SALE, co. CHESTER -- John Moore, husbandman, to keep the peace to Frances Grymesditch of Manchester, spinster  QSB/1/67/8  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- Margaret wife of Ambrose Makin, miller, to keep the peace to Anne wife of Edward Sondie, tailor  QSB/1/67/9  1629/30

SALFORD -- Thomas Boulton, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Brownsword of Manchester, chapman  QSB/1/67/10  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- John Brownsword, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/11  1629/30

RUSHOLME -- Ralph Worsley, gent, to keep the peace to Thomas Boulton of Salford, yeoman  QSB/1/67/12  1629/30

PENDLETON -- Richard Seddon, husbandman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Thomas Farrant, husbandman  QSB/1/67/13  1629/30

CHADDERTON -- Thomas Worthington, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/14  1629/30

CHORLTON -- Thomas Smith, painter, to keep the peace to John Parcevall of Grindlow, husbandman  QSB/1/67/15  1629/30

BOLTON -- Joan wife of John Atkinson, alehousekeeper, to keep the peace to Anne Crompton  QSB/1/67/16  1629/30

HALLIWELL -- Izabel Lightbowne, widow, to keep the peace to Roger Bramiley of Sharples, yeoman  QSB/1/67/17  1629/30

HORWICK -- Thurstan Whittle, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Entwisle, husbandman  QSB/1/67/18  1629/30

HOPWOOD -- Jeromie Whitworth of Gooden, chapman, to keep the peace to John Cowper tailor  QSB/1/67/19  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Thomas Aspinall, shoemaker, likewise  QSB/1/67/20  1629/30

PILKINGTON -- John Ouldam, yeoman, to keep the peace to RObert Whitticar, husbandman  QSB/1/67/21  1629/30

UNSWORTH -- Dorothy wife of Richard Unsworth, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret wife of Ellice Fletcher of Bury, butcher  QSB/1/67/22  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- John Haworth, labourer, to keep the peace to William Newbie, shereman  QSB/1/67/23  1629/30

HUNDERSFIELD -- William Fielden, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/24  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- William Ogden, linenwebster, to appear at Sessions concerning illtreatment of Hughe Taylor his apprentice  QSB/1/67/25  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- Robert Woosencroft, butcher, to prosecute Robert Dawber of Arrell, husbandman, & Elizabeth wife of John Barron of Billing, for theft of bacon  QSB/1/67/26  1629/30

HUNDERSFIELD -- Nathan Sutcliffe, mason, E Richard Hallowes1/3, clothier, for theft of walling hammer  QSB/1/67/27  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Joseph Wylde, Waller, to prosecute Richard Hallowes  QSB/1/67/28  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Richard Hallowes, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/29  1629/30

BOLTON -- Elizabeth Skoweroft, spinster, to appear at Sessions for theft of old iron  QSB/1/67/30  1629/30

DENTON -- John Taylor, yeoman, to prosecute Richard Brownesworth, for theft of poultry  QSB/1/67/31  1629/30

HASLINGDEN -- Richard Assheworthe, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/32  1629/30

PILKINGTON -- John Lomaxe, husbandman, as 31  QSB/1/67/33  1629/30

BLACKLEY -- James Smethurst, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/34  1629/30

AINSWORTH -- John Asmall, younger, to prosecute Raphe Macond of Radclyffe, husbandman, for sheep stealing  QSB/1/67/35  1629/30

RADCLIFFE -- Ralph Macond, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/36  1629/30

BOLTON -- Gilbarte Talior, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/37  1629/30

HUNDERSFIELD -- Thomas Lawton, husbandman, bastardy on Marie Kirshaie  QSB/1/67/38  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- Michael Batteson, linenwebster, bastardy on Alice Barton  QSB/1/67/39  1629/30

HULTON -- Elizabeth wife of Thomas Aspinwall, to appear at Sessions for sheep stealing  QSB/1/67/40  1629/30

HULTON -- James Grundy, to prosecute Elizabeth Aspinwall, and Chuthbert & Henry Hulton for sheep stealing  QSB/1/67/41  1629/30

HULTON -- Chuthbert & Henry Hulton, gents, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/42  1629/30

BLACKLEY -- Alice Barsley, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/43  1629/30

BURY -- John Hynde, labourer, bastardy on Alice Gray of Ainsworth  QSB/1/67/44  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- John Birch, labourer, bastardy to William Newbie, shereman  QSB/1/67/45  1629/30

PILKINGTON -- John Sharples, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Whitticar, husbandman  QSB/1/67/46  1629/30

SHARPLES -- Noy Anderton, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Whitley  QSB/1/67/47  1629/30

HOPWOOD -- George Hampson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/48  1629/30

ECCLES -- Edmund Houlden, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Anne Houlden, widow  QSB/1/67/49  1629/30

BRADSHAW & BOLTON -- drunkards & drivers of packhorses on Sabbath  QSB/1/67/50  1629/30

CHORLTON -- drunkenness of Robert Jepson, husbandman, at Manchester  QSB/1/67/51  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Robert Hallowes, husbandman, bastardy on Susann Whittickar  QSB/1/67/52  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Susann Whittickar, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/53  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- Susann Whittickar, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/54  1629/30

CASTLETON -- Abraham Butterworth, wollenwebster, bastardy on Elizabeth Chadwick  QSB/1/67/55  1629/30

CASTLETON -- Abraham Butterworth, wollenwebster, bastardy on Elizabeth Chadwick  QSB/1/67/56  1629/30

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Thomas Woods, tailor, & Issabell Blakley of Prestwich  QSB/1/67/57  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- Thomas Wyld, shereman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/67/58  1629/30

MIDDLETON -- theft from Ellize Saxon, & John Stocke, labourers, by John son of Caleb Taylier  QSB/1/67/59  1629/30

MIDDLETON -- theft from Ellize Saxon, & John Stocke, labourers, by John son of Caleb Taylier  QSB/1/67/60  1629/30

HULTON -- theft of sheep by Chuthbert & Henry Hulton, gents  QSB/1/67/61  1629/30

HULTON -- theft of sheep by Chuthbert & Henry Hulton, gents  QSB/1/67/62  1629/30

BOLTON -- thefts from dyehouse of John Bradshaw, dyer  QSB/1/67/63  1629/30

PILKINGTON -- thefts from John Lomas, husbandman  QSB/1/67/64  1629/30

HOPWOOD -- thefts from Edmund Hopwood, esq  QSB/1/67/65  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- theft of bacon from stall of Robert Woosencroft, butcher, in the Shambles  QSB/1/67/66  1629/30

AINSWORTH -- theft of sheep by Raphe Macond of Radcliffe, husbandman  QSB/1/67/67  1629/30

AINSWORTH -- theft of sheep by Raphe Macond of Radcliffe, husbandman  QSB/1/67/68  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- wrongful currying of leather by tanners  QSB/1/67/69  1629/30

MANCHESTER -- removal of child of Alice Wilson from House of Correction  QSB/1/67/70  1629/30

HORWICH -- constableship  QSB/1/67/71  1629/30

WALMERSLEY -- distraint of William Kay  QSB/1/67/72  1629/30

ROCHDALE -- apprenticeship of Ottiwell son of Ottiwell Worall of Balderstone, to Andrew Churshay, hatbandmaker  QSB/1/67/73  1629/30

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/67/74  1629/30

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster. Easter 1630  QSB/1/68  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/68/1  1630

COLTON -- William Taylor of Bowth, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/68/2  1630

SKERTON -- Jeffrey Braythwait, gent, to keep the peace to George Rig  QSB/1/68/3  1630

ALDINGHAM -- Peter Morinte of Glenston, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Millor  QSB/1/68/4  1630

BROUGHTON in FURNESS -- John Atkinson, yeoman, to keep the peace to Hugh Towers, yeoman  QSB/1/68/5  1630

SUBBERTHWAITE -- Agnes Dodgson, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/68/6  1630

OSMOTHERLEY -- James Garnett, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/68/7  1630

DALTON -- Elizabeth Postelthwaite, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/68/8  1630

DALTON -- Lawrence Boulton of Mowshill, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/68/9  1630

DALTON -- John Hunter of Mowshill, yeoman, to prosecute Lawrence Boulton, William Tompson, Margaret Jackson, Alice Tompson, Elizabeth Postelthwaite, & Anne Gardner, for corn stealing  QSB/1/68/10  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- William Walles of Stanke, yeoman, to prosecute Elizabeth Gibson  QSB/1/68/11  1630

BROUGHTON EAST -- Henry Gaskell of Hamsfell, yeoman, bastardy on Isabel Seatle  QSB/1/68/12  1630

TUNSTALL -- Simon Crofte, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Halton  QSB/1/68/13  1630

LANCASTER -- George Parkinson, husbandman, bastardy on Isabell Goose  QSB/1/68/14  1630

NETHER WYERSDALE -- attacks on John Clarke, husbandman, by James Whytendall labourer  QSB/1/68/15  1630

DALTON -- theft of corn from John Hunter of Mowsehill, yeoman  QSB/1/68/16  1630

DALTON -- theft of corn from John Hunter of Mowsehill, yeoman  QSB/1/68/17  1630

DALTON -- theft of corn from John Hunter of Mowsehill, yeoman  QSB/1/68/18  1630

GARSTANG -- theft from Jane Weaver, widow, aged 80; by Henry Hoult, her son-in-law  QSB/1/68/19  1630

Threats to Jane Weaver, widow of Henry Houlte  QSB/1/68/20  1630

SKERTON -- relief for Elizabeth, widow of Richard Blande  QSB/1/68/21  1630

CATON -- distraint of William Tompson for repair of highway  QSB/1/68/22  1630

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Easter 1630  QSB/1/69  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/69/1  1630

ROSSENDALE -- John Jackson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/2  1630

BARNACRE -- William Townend, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Hele, gent  QSB/1/69/3  1630

FORTON -- Thomas Harrison, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Harrison  QSB/1/69/4  1630

STALMINE -- Elizabeth wife of John Crofte, husbandman, to keep the peace to Ellen wife of Roger Danson  QSB/1/69/5  1630

BURNLEY -- Daniell Laitwood alias Townley, dyer, to keep the peace to Thomas Pycroft of Burnley & Alice his wife  QSB/1/69/6  1630

BURNLEY -- Isabell Laitwood, widow, likewise  QSB/1/69/7  1630

BURNLEY -- Thomas Pycroft & Alice his wife, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/8  1630

WOODPLUMPTON -- Alize Charnley alias Fisher, bastardy with William Sturzaker of Great Eccleston  QSB/1/69/9  1630

OBBALDESTON -- John Jackson, yeoman, S, son, wife of John Tipinge for theft of silver spoon from John Osbaldeston, esq  QSB/1/69/10  1630

STAINALL -- John More, milner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/11  1630

OSBALDESTON -- John Typpinge, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/12  1630

SIMONSTONE -- William Claton, woollenwebster, to prosecute Thomas Whitaker  QSB/1/69/13  1630

SIMONSTONE -- Thomas Whittakre, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/14  1630

SIMONSTONE -- Edmund Starkie, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/15  1630

ROSSENDALE -- James Ashworth of Wolfenden, husbandman, bastardy on Alice Hargreaves  QSB/1/69/16  1630

AIGHTON -- Robert Dewhurst, yeoman, S, Thomas Robinson for hay stealing  QSB/1/69/17  1630

AIGHTON -- Thomas Robinson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/18  1630

HARDHORN-with-NEWTON -- John Pearson, husbandman, to keep the peace to Hugh Rigby esq  QSB/1/69/19  1630

BURNLEY -- Robert Tattersall of Piccopp, yeoman, bastardy on Grace Waddington  QSB/1/69/20  1630

GREAT ECCLESTO N -- William Sturzaker, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/69/21  1630

BLACKBURN Richard Butler, husbandman, to keep the peace to George Clayton & Thomas Aynsworth BLACKBURN -- John Hayhurst, Husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/69/22  1630

BLACKBURN -- William Hayhurst, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/69/23  1630

ALTHAM -- William Halsted, milner, bastardy on Issabell Cartmell of Symonstone  QSB/1/69/24  1630

GREAT HARWOOD -- bastardy of Thomas Bridge & husbandman, & Alice Astley  QSB/1/69/25  1630

GREAT HARWOOD -- bastardy of Thomas Bridge & husbandman, & Alice Astley  QSB/1/69/26  1630

CLAYTON-le-DALE -- bastardy of James Baron, blacksmith, & Elizabeth Hartley of Osbaldeston  QSB/1/69/27  1630

PRESTON -- maintenance of William Barker by James Gryffyth of Kirkham  QSB/1/69/28  1630

MYERSCOUGH -- Thurstan Greene, yeoman, bastardy on Jenet Fisher of Plumpton  QSB/1/69/29  1630

OSBALDESTON -- theft of silver spoon from Mr. Osbaldeston  QSB/1/69/30  1630

LAYTON -- bastardy of Ann Pearson & John Moore, miller  QSB/1/69/31  1630

PLUMPTON -- distraint from John Greene  QSB/1/69/32  1630

AIGHTON -- theft of hay from Robert Dewhurst, yeoman  QSB/1/69/33  1630

AIGHTON -- theft of hay from Robert Dewhurst, yeoman  QSB/1/69/34  1630

OSBALDESTON -- sale of silver spoon by Em, wife of John Typpinge  QSB/1/69/35  1630

SIMONSTONE -- wrongful possession of coat by Thomas Whittaker, gent  QSB/1/69/36  1630

SIMONSTONE -- wrongful possession of coat by Thomas Whittaker, gent  QSB/1/69/37  1630

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Easter 1630  QSB/1/70  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/70/1  1630

WRIGHTINGTON -- John Parke, wheelwright, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Ashton  QSB/1/70/2  1630

HAIGH -- Robert Leighe, husbandman, to keep the peace to Rawndle Lachforde  QSB/1/70/3  1630

HINDLEY -- Alexander Rigbie, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/4  1630

MELLING -- Richard Halsall, gent, [ ], to keep the peace to John Wesley, joiner  QSB/1/70/5  1630

MELLING -- Cuthbert Halsall, likewise  QSB/1/70/6  1630

MELLING -- John Wesley, joiner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/7  1630

RUFFORD -- Daniel Otye, husbandman, to keep the peace to Jane Rode, spinster  QSB/1/70/8  1630

WHISTON -- Thomas Moore alias Cooke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Perrine, bailiff  QSB/1/70/9  1630

BURSCOUGH -- William Wythington, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/10  1630

BURSCOUGH -- Jane wife of John Hill, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/11  1630

BURSCOUGH -- Lettice wife of William Hill, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/12  1630

AUGHTON -- Anne wife of James Astley, miller, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/13  1630

AUGHTON -- James Astley, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/14  1630

WARRINGTON -- Thomas Smith alias Alexander, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Loaton  QSB/1/70/15  1630

Great Sankey -- Thomas Rothwell, husbandman, to prosecute by Thomas Ireland of Bewsey, esq  QSB/1/70/16  1630

BURSCOUGH -- George Mawdesley, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/17  1630

BURSCOUGH -- Anne wife of John Prescott, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/18  1630

BURSCOUGH -- John Prescott, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/19  1630

HEAPEY -- Anne Astley, bastardy with Richard Pemberton  QSB/1/70/20  1630

HESKIN -- Richard Pemberton, tanner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/21  1630

HINDLEY -- William Woodde, husbandman, bastardy on Margret Sedon  QSB/1/70/22  1630

PENNINGTON -- Robert Kersley, firstranwebster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/23  1630

MAWDSLEY -- Richard Wone, alehousekeeper, & Isabel his wife, licensed as alehousekeeper  QSB/1/70/24  1630

BURTONWOOD -- John Boardman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/25  1630

MAWDSLEY -- Robert Wildinge, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/26  1630

AUGHTON -- Ellen Rimmar, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/27  1630

MELLING -- John Wessell, joiner, to prosecute Elizabeth Charles for petty larcency  QSB/1/70/28  1630

AUGHTON -- Elizabeth Charles, Spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/29  1630

WARRINGTON -- Thomas Barnes, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/30  1630

WARRINGTON -- John Barnes, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/31  1630

WARRINGTON -- Thomas Shaw, webster, to prosecute Joan wife of Richard Yate, tailor, for hen stealing  QSB/1/70/32  1630

WARRINGTON -- William Marcroft, tailor, tailor, for hen stealing  QSB/1/70/33  1630

WARRINGTON -- Joan wife of Richard Yate, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/34  1630

HAIGH -- Rawndle Lachforde, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Leigh of Haye & Alexander Rigbye of Hyndley  QSB/1/70/35  1630

SUTTON -- William Chawner, milner, bastardy on Jane his sister  QSB/1/70/36  1630

LYDIATE -- Richard Yate of Egargath, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/70/37  1630

LITHERLAND -- Thornton, Kirkdale, Linacre & Sefton-- release of recognizances  QSB/1/70/38  1630

MELLING -- dispute concerning taking intake from common  QSB/1/70/39  1630

PENNINGTON -- alleged theft from coalpit of Abraham Langton of the Lowe, esq  QSB/1/70/40  1630

SUTTON -- bastardy of William Chawner & Jane his sister  QSB/1/70/41  1630

MAWDSLEY -- theft of corn by Robert Wildinge  QSB/1/70/42  1630

GREAT SANKEY -- pulling down of hedge & ditch on Grastone Heath  QSB/1/70/43  1630

WARRINGTON -- assualt on Elizabeth Loaton by Thomas Alexander  QSB/1/70/44  1630

BURTONWOOD -- theft of Tithecorne of Thomas Ireland esq  QSB/1/70/45  1630

BURTONWOOD -- theft of Tithecorne of Thomas Ireland esq  QSB/1/70/46  1630

BURTONWOOD -- theft of Tithecorne of Thomas Ireland esq  QSB/1/70/47  1630

AUGHTON -- orders for good government, & poor law administration  QSB/1/70/48  1630

WARRINGTON -- assualt on Elizabeth Lawton by Thomas Smyth, Thatcher  QSB/1/70/49  1630

Repair of Bakers bridge  QSB/1/70/50  1630

UPHOLLAND -- relief for Ales wife of James Pickavannce, aged 90  QSB/1/70/51  1630

MELLING -- encroachments on highway  QSB/1/70/52  1630

AUGHTON -- abuse by William Pye, constable, of Briget Rainford, widow  QSB/1/70/53  1630

WIGAN -- maintenance by Roger Letherbarrowe of bastard of Raphe Urmeston, decd & Ellin daughter of Thomas Halliwell of Wrightington  QSB/1/70/54  1630

TARLETON -- constableship  QSB/1/70/55  1630

WINWICK -- bastardy of James Bordman & margaret Harrison, now wife of James Pennington of Parr  QSB/1/70/56  1630

ORMSKIRK -- abuse by Robert Mollinex of Johan Dickson, widow, his mother  QSB/1/70/57  1630

MAWDSLEY -- all behaviour of Richard Wane & Isabel his wife, alehousekeepers  QSB/1/70/58  1630

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Easter 1630  QSB/1/71  1630

List of badgers licenced  QSB/1/71/1  1630

CASTLETON -- John Collindge, shereman, to keep the peace to Joseph Whitworth of Rachdale, waller  QSB/1/71/2  1630

MANCHESTER -- William Bibbie, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Richard Holland, blacksmith  QSB/1/71/3  1630

MANCHESTER -- Richard Holland, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/4  1630

Castleton -- Jane Newbie, to keep the peace to Joseph Whitworth of Rachdale, waller  QSB/1/71/5  1630

CASTLETON -- Robert Clegge, shereman, likewise  QSB/1/71/6  1630

SHUTTLEWORTH -- Roger Gryme, yeoman, to keep the peace to Ellis Scolefield of Spotland  QSB/1/71/7  1630

LOSTOCK -- Robert Parr, labourer, to keep the peace to Roger Urmeston, yeoman  QSB/1/71/8  1630

BREIGHTMET -- Richard Bradshaw, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for continued misbehaviour with wife of his master  QSB/1/71/9  1630

GREAT BOLTON -- Ralph Roscough, to prosecute Roger Burges, alehousekeeper GREAT BOLTON -- Roger Burges, to appear at Sessions for harbouring wandering Welshmen  QSB/1/71/10  1630

MUSBURY -- Richard Ashworth, to prosecute by Hugh Taylor  QSB/1/71/11  1630

BURY -- Richard Banister, clothmaker, to prosecute for receiving wool stolen from John Bromiley of Toddington, husbandman  QSB/1/71/12  1630

PILKINGTON -- Mary wife of Lawrence Horrockes, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/13  1630

MANCHESTER -- William Cummins, goldsmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/14  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- Abraham Wilde of Caldermore, labourer to appear at Sessions for corn stealing  QSB/1/71/15  1630

ECCLES -- Raphe Smyth, nephew of Thomas Smyth of Eccles yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/16  1630

HEATON NORRIS -- William Fletcher, husbandman, to prosecute for stealing horsetail of William Davie Withington: William Davie, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/17  1630

BOLTON -- Elizabeth Bradley, bastardy with William Hurst, webster  QSB/1/71/18  1630

Robert Livesey, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/19  1630

CHORLTON -- Samuel Buckley, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/20  1630

LITTLEBOROUGH -- Abraham Whitehead, labourer, to prosecute for corn stealing  QSB/1/71/21  1630

ECCLES -- John Woodwort, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/71/22  1630

SALFORD -- Ellen Wyrrall, spinster, for theft of "a new halfe hoope of wheate and rye from Manchester further Mill"  QSB/1/71/23  1630

MUSBURY -- Hugh Taylor, yeoman, to prosecute Richard Ashworth for sheep marking  QSB/1/71/24  1630

TOTTINGTON -- John Bromiley, husbandman, to prosecute Richard Banistar of Bury, shereman, for receiving stolen wool  QSB/1/71/25  1630

MANCHESTER -- Lawrence Pott, yeoman, to prosecute Ellen Wyrrall  QSB/1/71/26  1630

MANCHESTER -- Richard Hallowes, gent, to prosecute William Cummins, goldsmith  QSB/1/71/27  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- John Butterworth of Ealies, yeoman, to prosecute Abraham Wilds of Caldermore, for corn stealing  QSB/1/71/28  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- Mary wife of Robert Newall the younger, likewise  QSB/1/71/29  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- John Stott of Benthouse, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/71/30  1630

LITTLEBOROUGH -- Fortune Scholefeild, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/71/31  1630

CHEETHAM -- Grace wife of Walter Woulfenden, fuller, bastardy with John Neild of Ouldam, cutler, decd  QSB/1/71/32  1630

HOPWOOD -- theft from the stone barn by John Taylor of Middleton  QSB/1/71/33  1630

BOLTON -- threats to Anne wife of Patricke Aynsworth, sadler, by Thomas Brooke, fustranwebster  QSB/1/71/34  1630

TOTTINGTON -- sale by Jane wife of Thomas Warberton of stolen wool  QSB/1/71/35  1630

TOTTINGTON -- theft of mare by John Hamer of Byrch Hey, husbandman  QSB/1/71/36  1630

WITHINGTON -- distraint of Adam Houldin of Mosside, husbandman  QSB/1/71/37  1630

BOLTON -- bastardy of Elisabeth Bradley & William Hurst, webster, decd  QSB/1/71/38  1630

SHARPLES -- Noah Anderton, bastardy on Elisabeth Whittle of Anderton  QSB/1/71/39  1630

SHARPLES -- Noah Anderton, bastardy on Elisabeth Whittle of Anderton  QSB/1/71/40  1630

WHITEFIELD -- Richard Morres, yeoman, bastardy on Anna Hardman of Rattcliffe  QSB/1/71/41  1630

WHITEFIELD -- Richard Morres, yeoman, bastardy on Anna Hardman of Rattcliffe  QSB/1/71/42  1630

BOLTON -- Marie Mayow set in stocks for swearing  QSB/1/71/43  1630

WHITEFIELD -- adultery of Mary wife of Lawrence Horrockes, with John Deape of Bury  QSB/1/71/44  1630

Adultery of Richard Bradshaw & Lidia wife of Ellice Lunimax  QSB/1/71/45  1630

MANCHESTER -- theft from the Further Mill of "one poughe of Corne containinge therein a new halfe hoope of wheate and Rye"  QSB/1/71/46  1630

MANCHESTER -- theft from the Further Mill of "one poughe of Corne containinge therein a new halfe hoope of wheate and Rye"  QSB/1/71/47  1630

MANCHESTER -- drunkards  QSB/1/71/48  1630

HORWICH -- constableship  QSB/1/71/49  1630

PILKINGTON -- keeping of watch  QSB/1/71/50  1630

BURY -- relief for John Pickoppe  QSB/1/71/51  1630

CLIFTON -- maintenance of orphans of John Holland  QSB/1/71/52  1630

BOLTON & PRESTWICH -- habitation for Adam Walworke  QSB/1/71/53  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Elizabeth Warberton of Stubings & Charles Nuttall  QSB/1/71/54  1630

QUARLTON -- bastardy of Raphe Bromeley  QSB/1/71/55  1630

ARDWICK -- Roger Prestwick, husbandman, Isabel his wife and Marie Heape, servant to John Halle, buttonmaker  QSB/1/71/56  1630

FARNWORTH -- Habitation for Thomas Spakman & his wife, daughter of Richard Leigh of the Heighfyld  QSB/1/71/57  1630

TOTTINGTON -- theft of mare by John Hamer of Byrch Hey, husbandman  QSB/1/71/58  1630

TOTTINGTON -- theft from James Scholefield of Ayderfield, yeoman  QSB/1/71/59  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from John Butterworth of Ealies, yeoman  QSB/1/71/60  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from John Butterworth of Ealies, yeoman  QSB/1/71/61  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from Gerard Newall of Caldermoore, husbandman  QSB/1/71/62  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from John Stott of Benthouse husbandman  QSB/1/71/63  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from John Stott of Benthouse husbandman  QSB/1/71/64  1630

HUNDERSFIELD -- theft from John Stott of Benthouse husbandman  QSB/1/71/65  1630

TYLDESLEY -- part of a long petition relating to a Watermill  QSB/1/71/66  1630

Contents:
(Used as wrapper for the roll).

Lancaster, Midsummer 1630  QSB/1/72  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Thomas Jackson of Lindale, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Stainton & his son  QSB/1/72/1  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Edward Stainton of Lindale, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Sanderson  QSB/1/72/2  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- William Stainton of Lindale, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/3  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Robert Sanderson, husbandman to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/4  1630

ALLITHWAITE -- Robert Barrow, yeoman, to keep the peace to John & Mabel Millner  QSB/1/72/5  1630

CAWOOD -- Brian Widder, yeoman, to keep the peace to Robert Hall  QSB/1/72/6  1630

HEATON -- Thomas Mashider, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Garner  QSB/1/72/7  1630

HEATON -- John Kewe, tailor, likewise  QSB/1/72/8  1630

HEATON -- John Mashider, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/72/9  1630

HOLKER -- John Carter, tailor, to keep the peace to Gyles Sandes  QSB/1/72/10  1630

HOLKER -- Gyles Sandes of Flookburgh, husbandman, to keep the peace to Susan wife of John Carter  QSB/1/72/11  1630

HOLKER -- Elizabeth wife of Gyles Sandes, likewise  QSB/1/72/12  1630

OVER WYERSDALE -- Christopher Parkinson, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Townsend & Isabel his wife  QSB/1/72/13  1630

OVER WYERSDALE -- Margaret wife of Christopher Parkinson, likewise  QSB/1/72/14  1630

OVER WYERSDALE -- John Townson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/15  1630

OVER WYERSDALE -- Isabel wife of John Townson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/16  1630

Ellel -- Anne wife of Andrew Lundee, yeoman, to keep the peace to Margaret wife of Richard Sheirson  QSB/1/72/17  1630

KIRKBY -- James Woodbowne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Jenett Freers  QSB/1/72/18  1630

KIRKBY -- George Hey the younger, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/72/19  1630

BARE -- Robert Wilkinson, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/20  1630

ALDINGHAM -- Andrew Cowper of Scales, yeoman, to prosecute by Edward Gardner  QSB/1/72/21  1630

ALDINGHAM -- Andrew Cowper of Scales, yeoman, to prosecute by Edward Gardner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/22  1630

ALDINGHAM -- Edward Gardner of Scales, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/23  1630

COLTON -- John Wilson of Russland, husbandman, to prosecute by Rowland Tayler  QSB/1/72/24  1630

SATTERTHWAITE -- James Walker of Daleparke, husbandman, to prosecute William & John Sandes & William Dodgson of Grathwaite  QSB/1/72/25  1630

SATTERTHWAITE -- William Sandes of Grathwaite, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/26  1630

COLTON -- Rowland Tayler of Thwaitemosse, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/27  1630

GARSTANG -- Henry Holte, husbandman, to keep the peace to Isabel his wife, & Jane Weaver, widow  QSB/1/72/28  1630

COLTON -- Francis Christoferson, husbandman, to prosecute by John Fisher  QSB/1/72/29  1630

Lowick -- Joseph Ambrose, gent, to prosecute Leonard Fell, clerk  QSB/1/72/30  1630

LOWICK -- Leonard Fell, clerk. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/31  1630

COCKERHAM -- James Cropper, yeoman, bastardy on Joan Jackson  QSB/1/72/32  1630

WHITTINGTON -- Rowland Whitehead, husbandman, to keep the peace to Jane wife of John Hardie  QSB/1/72/33  1630

WHITTINGTON -- John Hardie blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/72/34  1630

HAWKSHEAD -- tenant of house in Hawkshead to repair Powestange bridge  QSB/1/72/35  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- reimbursement of constables  QSB/1/72/36  1630

William Thornton elected High Constable  QSB/1/72/37  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- arrest of Elizabeth Gibson, spinster, for forcible entry  QSB/1/72/38  1630

SATTERTHWAITE -- pasturage of close called Welteringsteads in Blackbrowe  QSB/1/72/39  1630

COLTON -- arrest of Francis Chrystoferson, husbandman, for close-breaking  QSB/1/72/40  1630

LOWICK -- alleged theft of psalter by Leonard Fell, clerk  QSB/1/72/41  1630

KIRKBY IRELETH -- assaults on Inett Freers, spinster at Grisbecke mill  QSB/1/72/42  1630

Ormskirk, Midsummer 1630  QSB/1/73  1630

LEYLAND -- William Slater, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Sumner, shoemaker  QSB/1/73/1  1630

LEYLAND -- William Dobson, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Sumner, shoemaker  QSB/1/73/2  1630

SUTTON -- Thomas Whitlowe, yeoman, to keep the peace to Robert Wakefeild of Parr, Wheelwright  QSB/1/73/3  1630

WIDNES -- Thomas Swynton, labourer, to prosecute for affray with Henry Erlam  QSB/1/73/4  1630

WARRINGTON -- Henry Erlam, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/5  1630

PARR -- Robert Wakefield, Wheelwright. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/6  1630

WINWICK -- Thomas Marsh, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Lender  QSB/1/73/7  1630

WARRINGTON -- Thomas Ashton, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Barnes  QSB/1/73/8  1630

SANKEY -- Richard Mercer, yeoman, to keep the peace to Raphe Smith  QSB/1/73/9  1630

PENKETH -- Thomas, son of Henry Ley, to keep the peace to Christian Gleave  QSB/1/73/10  1630

PENKETH -- John Ashton, gent, likewise  QSB/1/73/11  1630

WARRINGTON -- John Barnes, mercer, to keep the peace to Thomas Ashton of Grange, co. Chester, yeoman  QSB/1/73/12  1630

ATHERTON -- Arthur Wadseworth alias Atherton of Chowbent, webster, to keep the peace to Richard Smith, yeoman  QSB/1/73/13  1630

BOLD -- Jeffrey Wilkinson, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Stanley of Ashton  QSB/1/73/14  1630

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Thomas Whittell, gent, to keep the peace to Thomas Golden & William Stanley  QSB/1/73/15  1630

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Raphe Haselden, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/73/16  1630

KENYON -- Margret wife of Elis Cleton, to keep the peace to John Flitcroft, yeoman  QSB/1/73/17  1630

HUYTON -- John Prescott, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Ley of Penketh  QSB/1/73/18  1630

THORNTON -- George Medow of Hulmore, blacksmith, to keep the peace to William Raufson of Inceblundell, labourer  QSB/1/73/19  1630

INCE BLUNDELL -- William Raufson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/20  1630

KIRKDALE -- William Strange, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Miles Waddington of Bootle, husbandman  QSB/1/73/21  1630

KIRKDALE -- Thomas Syre, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/73/22  1630

LINACRE -- Robert Barton, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/73/23  1630

UPHOLLAND -- Nicholas Hulton, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Lorrance Marshe of Billinge, joiner  QSB/1/73/24  1630

UPHOLLAND -- Thomas Gaskell, linenwebster, likewise  QSB/1/73/25  1630

UPHOLLAND -- Randle Brownelowe, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Leigh, gent  QSB/1/73/26  1630

UPHOLLAND -- John Pinnington, shoemaker, to keep the peace to Lawrence March  QSB/1/73/27  1630

GREAT SANKEY -- William Hawarden, gent, to keep the peace to Kateron Johnson, spinster  QSB/1/73/28  1630

WARBURTON, co, CHESTER -- John Willcockson, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Southerne of Poulton, webster  QSB/1/73/29  1630

SUTTON -- Elizabeth Livesley, widow, to prosecute by Thomas Whitlowe, constable  QSB/1/73/30  1630

SUTTON -- Christopher Livesley, gent, likewise  QSB/1/73/31  1630

HUTTON -- Margaret Leach, widow, to give evidence against John Maior  QSB/1/73/32  1630

HUTTON -- John Maior, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/33  1630

LATHOM -- George Aspinwall, linenwebster. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/34  1630

HESKIN -- Richard Pemberton, tanner, bastardy  QSB/1/73/35  1630

BRINDLE -- William Turner, linenwebster, bastardy on Mary Turner  QSB/1/73/36  1630

MAWDSLEY -- Richard Mawdesley, yeoman, & Katherine his wife, to keep the peace to Agnes wife of John Duddell  QSB/1/73/37  1630

BRETHERTON -- Richard Cowper, husbandman, to prosecute by John Whittell, carrier  QSB/1/73/38  1630

Contents:
Schedule of money defrauded by Richard Cowper.

ORMSKIRK -- Fourtune Leatebeater, to prosecute by Ellen Irelande  QSB/1/73/39  1630

ORMSKIRK -- John Leadebeater, senior, likewise  QSB/1/73/40  1630

ATHERTON -- Richard Smith, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/41  1630

PRESCOT -- Thomas Fletcher, senior, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/42  1630

PRESCOT -- Thomas Fletcher, junior, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/43  1630

LATHOM -- Richard Aspinwall, husbandman, to keep the peace to Myles Garrard, yeoman  QSB/1/73/44  1630

LANCASTER -- William Kenion, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/73/45  1630

WORTHINGTON -- Roger Haydocke, yeoman, to prosecute by William Turner of Brindle  QSB/1/73/46  1630

MAWDSLEY -- John Duddell, yeoman, to prosecute by Richard Mawdesley  QSB/1/73/47  1630

LITTLE HOOLE -- Robert Teare, milner, bastardy on Isabell Cottam  QSB/1/73/48  1630

HINDLEY -- John,Marsh, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Brindle  QSB/1/73/49  1630

WEST DERBY -- John Rose, gent, to keep the peace to Hugh Rose the elder, gent  QSB/1/73/50  1630

WEST DERBY -- Brian Charles, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/73/51  1630

WRIGHTINGTON -- Richard, tanner, son of James Pemberton, husbandman, bastardy on Anne Astley  QSB/1/73/52  1630

WRIGHTINGTON -- Richard, tanner, son of James Pemberton, husbandman, bastardy on Anne Astley  QSB/1/73/53  1630

SUTTON -- Robert Ley, yeoman, bastardy on Jane Chaner  QSB/1/73/54  1630

PARR -- James Pinington, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for maintenance of bastard of Margaret Harison his wife and James Burdman of Winwick  QSB/1/73/55  1630

GARSTON -- bastardy of Henry Millner, tailor, and Ellin Amond  QSB/1/73/56  1630

SUTTON -- release from House of Correction of daughter of William and and Jane Chauner  QSB/1/73/57  1630

PARR -- maintenance by James Pynington of Jane Harrison alias Bordman  QSB/1/73/58  1630

BURTON WOOD - killing of hares by John Pynington, yeoman  QSB/1/73/59  1630

WITHNELL - indictment of Edwarde Bordman by Thomas Boulton  QSB/1/73/60  1630

LATHON -- assault on Mary, daughter of Mr. Travise, by George Aspinwall webster, in the almshouse  QSB/1/73/61  1630

WORTHINGTON -- incomplete search by constable  QSB/1/73/62  1630

HESKIN -- arrest of Richard Pemberton for bastardy  QSB/1/73/63  1630

BOOTLE -- assault on constable  QSB/1/73/64  1630

MAWDSLEY -- assault on Agnes wife of John Duddell  QSB/1/73/65  1630

ORMSKIRK -- theft of money from Eline Irelande, spinster  QSB/1/73/66  1630

WEST DERBY -- appearance of Hugh Rose, gent., and John his son  QSB/1/73/67  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/73/68  1630

Preston, Midsummer 1630  QSB/1/74  1630

CUERDALE -- Richard Seedall, to keep the peace to Richard and William Potter  QSB/1/74/1  1630

CUERDALE -- William Potter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/74/2  1630

CUERDALE -- Richard Potter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/74/3  1630

CATTERALL -- Thomas Rodwell, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Carter and James Parkinson  QSB/1/74/4  1630

CATTERALL -- William Parker of Langscales, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/74/5  1630

GREENHALGH-WITH-THISTLETON -- killing of hen of Elizabeth Cornoe, widow, by William Swarbrecke, husbandman  QSB/1/74/6  1630

PLUMPTON -- Thomas Hoghton, gent, to prosecute by Henery Longton. ( Surety, Roger Dodsworth of Hutton Grange, gent)  QSB/1/74/7  1630

WREA -- Margaret wife of William Thistleton, to keep the peace to Jane wife of Nicholas Bennet, husbandman  QSB/1/74/8  1630

WREA -- William Bennet, husbandman, & Jane Bennet, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/74/9  1630

TREALES -- William Whanley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret Whanley, widow  QSB/1/74/10  1630

BLACKBURN -- John Couper, Husbandman, to keep the peace to George Clayton of Littell Harwood, husbandman  QSB/1/74/11  1630

POULTON -- William Silcocke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Craine  QSB/1/74/12  1630

HASLINGDEN -- James Asheworth, milner, to keep the peace to Richard & George Ormrode of Rossendall, husbandman  QSB/1/74/13  1630

LOWER BOOTHS -- George Haworth of Laud, yeoman, to keep the peace to Ralph Howorth of Okenhead Wood  QSB/1/74/14  1630

HOTHERSALL -- John Greenwood, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Ann Walmsley of Ribchester  QSB/1/74/15  1630

CATTERALL -- Ralph Nichols of Langscale, gent, to keep the peace to John Carter of Bleasdall, yeoman  QSB/1/74/16  1630

HOWICK -- Anne Asshawe, to keep the peace to Ewann Mawdesley of Hutton, husbandman  QSB/1/74/17  1630

HOWICK -- Margery Loxams, likewise  QSB/1/74/18  1630

HOWICK -- James Kitchyn, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/74/19  1630

CLIFTON-with-SALWICK -- Roart Weaver, husbandman, for neglect of duty as constable  QSB/1/74/20  1630

SIMONSTONE -- Thomas Whitacre, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/74/21  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- Thomas Layland, husbandman, to prosecute by Robert Butler, husbandman  QSB/1/74/22  1630

HUTTON -- Henry Longton, yeoman, to prosecute to Thomas Houghton  QSB/1/74/23  1630

PENDLE -- John Cronckshaw, of Carn, husbandman, to give evidence against against Hugh Halstead of Haberghan Eaves, gent for injury to Mary Whitaker  QSB/1/74/24  1630

FORTON -- Francis Case, husbandman, bastardy on Ellen Harryson  QSB/1/74/25  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- Agnes Fletcher, to prosecute by Robert Butler, husbandman  QSB/1/74/26  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- William Thorns, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/74/27  1630

MARTON -- William Threlfall of Peele, husbandman, bastardy on Margaret Whytesyde  QSB/1/74/28  1630

CLIFTON-with-SALWICK -- Robart Edwardson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for maintenance of bastard of Thomas of Thomas Edwardson of Kirkham & Margaret Swarbrecke of Singleton  QSB/1/74/29  1630

BURNLEY -- Hugh Halsted, gent, to prosecute for wounding Mary Whitaker  QSB/1/74/30  1630

BARROWFORD -- Susan wife of John Robert, husbandman, to keep the peace to Prudence Blacon, widow  QSB/1/74/31  1630

TREALES -- Cicely wife of Thomas Hardman, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Crooke, blacksmith  QSB/1/74/32  1630

NEWTON-with-SCALES -- as QSB/1/74/29  QSB/1/74/33  1630

MARSDEN -- bastardy of Ann Botheman & Robert Blackey, husbandman  QSB/1/74/34  1630

BLACKBURN -- Roger Broxopp, yeoman, Licensed as alehousekeeper  QSB/1/74/35  1630

BLACKBURN -- Robert Sutcliff, yeoman, Licensed as alehousekeeper  QSB/1/74/36  1630

SIMONSTONE -- removal of stoop by Thomas Whittacres, gent  QSB/1/74/37  1630

SIMONSTONE -- removal of stoop by Thomas Whittacres, gent  QSB/1/74/38  1630

PRESTON -- theft of sheets by Robert Mosse, tailor, from Robert Dobson  QSB/1/74/39  1630

NETHER WYERSDALE -- breaking down of Wyer bridge by floods  QSB/1/74/40  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/74/41  1630

Settlement of bastard of William Hatch of Hatch Mylne, milner, decd. & Bridget Dewhurst  QSB/1/74/42  1630

THORNLEY-with-WHEATLEY -- relief for Roberte Hackinge, linenwebster, & Alice his wife, both blind  QSB/1/74/43  1630

HOTHERSALL -- repair of way from Ribchester via the Redd Bancke, the Hall, Brownehouse, Bradley Lee Cross, & Cockhill, to Longridge Chapel  QSB/1/74/44  1630

ST MICHAELS -- relief for James Kighley, blind  QSB/1/74/45  1630

LOWTON & KENYON -- illbehaviour of Ellen Acton  QSB/1/74/46  1630

THORNTON -- disrepair of highway from Burne to Poulton church  QSB/1/74/47  1630

Manchester. Midsummer 1630  QSB/1/75  1630

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- William Walker, junior, gent, & Marie his wife, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/1  1630

PENDLETON -- Thomas Bradshawe, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/2  1630

TONG -- Joseph Hulton, parchment-maker, to keep the peace to Margaret wife of Henrie Hulton  QSB/1/75/3  1630

TONG -- Abraham Hulton, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/75/4  1630

ALKRINGTON -- Lawrence Lomax, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/75/5  1630

TONG -- Joseph Hulton, parchment-maker, to keep the peace to Henry Hulton, to prosecute waller  QSB/1/75/6  1630

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- John Asheton of Heyrode, gent, to keep the peace to Thomas Harroppe  QSB/1/75/7  1630

SPOTLAND -- James Leeche, husbandman, to keep the peace to Lawrence Smith of Tongend in Whitworth, husbandman  QSB/1/75/8  1630

GORTON -- William Andrewe, husbandman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Robert Hardy  QSB/1/75/9  1630

PENDLETON -- Ann wife of Richard Etwall, husbandman, to keep the peace to margaret Bradshawe PENDLETON -- Margaret Travice, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/75/10  1630

WITHINGTON -- Edmund Chorleton, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard & George Fletcher PENDLETON -- Richard Etwall, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret  QSB/1/75/11  1630

WITHINGTON -- Richard & George Fletcher, Bradshawe. husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/12  1630

ASTLEY -- John Woodburne, husbandman, to keep the peace to James Grundie of Hulton, husbandman  QSB/1/75/13  1630

WUERDLE-with-WARDLE -- Jane wife of Thomas Stott of Litle Wardle, husbandman, to keep the peace to Alexander Brearley, husbandman  QSB/1/75/14  1630

WUERDLE-with-WARDLE -- Thomas Stott, likewise  QSB/1/75/15  1630

BAMFORD -- Thomas Leache, labourer, to keep the peace to Robert Livesey of Thornyhurst, husbandman  QSB/1/75/16  1630

WORSLEY -- Thomas Darbishire, labourer, to keep the peace to Humfrey Newton & Thomas Worsley, linenwebsters  QSB/1/75/17  1630

WORSLEY -- Oliver Darbishire, seniore, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/75/18  1630

WORSLEY -- Oliver Darbishire, juniore, labourer, likewise  QSB/1/75/19  1630

TONG -- Raphe Hulton, labourer, to keep the peace to Joseph Hulton the elder  QSB/1/75/20  1630

TONG -- Henry Hulton, swaler, likewise  QSB/1/75/21  1630

TONG -- Margaret wife of Henrie Hulton, likewise  QSB/1/75/22  1630

ASHTON -- John Bradley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Raphe Kershawe  QSB/1/75/23  1630

PRESTWICH -- John Booth, to keep the peace to John Holland  QSB/1/75/24  1630

PENDLETON -- William Bradshawe, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Etwall, husbandman. Anne his wife CRUMPSALL -- Thomas Peele, butcher, likewise  QSB/1/75/25  1630

BAMFORD -- Robert Livesey of Thornyhurst, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/26  1630

TURTON -- Peter Horwich, tailor, to keep the peace to John Rothwell of Boulton, butcher ABRAM -- Jeffery Boulton, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/27  1630

BLATCHINWORTH & CALDERBROOK -- John Butterworth of Sladen, mason, to keep the peace to Robert Wolfenden of Hundresfeild, labourer  QSB/1/75/28  1630

MANCHESTER -- Dorothy wife of William Richardson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/29  1630

BOLTON -- Thomas Brooke, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/30  1630

BOLTON -- Richard Brooke, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/31  1630

MANCHESTER -- Hugh Kenyon, cobbler, bastardy on Alice Charus  QSB/1/75/32  1630

MIDDLE HULTON -- Richard Mather, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/33  1630

WESTHOUGHTON -- Nicholas Hosker, milner, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Rylance  QSB/1/75/34  1630

WESTHOUGHTON -- Richard Hosker, milner, likewise  QSB/1/75/35  1630

CROMPTON -- Joseph Butterworth of Shawfield, webster, bastardy on Jane Clege  QSB/1/75/36  1630

HEATON -- James Yate, husbandman, not to kill game  QSB/1/75/37  1630

SALFORD -- John Usherwood, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/38  1630

OLDHAM -- Thomas Hybert, feltmaker, to prosecute for retaining Peter Hartley, apprentice to Thomas Clarkeson, feltmaker  QSB/1/75/39  1630

OLDHAM -- Richard Hopwood, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/40  1630

BURY -- Thomas Grenehalghe, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/41  1630

BURY -- George Nuttall, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/42  1630

BURY -- George Haymerson, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/43  1630

DENTON -- theft of timber from William Bridghouse, cowper  QSB/1/75/44  1630

MANCHESTER -- Richard Bowker, cowper, to give evidence against concerning above  QSB/1/75/45  1630

MANCHESTER -- theft of boards from Roberte Worsley barber  QSB/1/75/46  1630

MANCHESTER -- Confession of James Greenhalghe of Pilkinton, carper, re above  QSB/1/75/47  1630

MANCHESTER -- Alexander Davie, glazier, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/48  1630

SALFORD -- Robert Smith, husbandman, to keep the peace to Joane wife of James Parker, husbandman  QSB/1/75/49  1630

LITLE BOLTON -- Robert Syddall, labourer, to keep the peace to Ellen wife of William Macond, tailor  QSB/1/75/50  1630

DARWEN -- Anthony Horwich, tailor, bastardy on Margret Booth of Turton  QSB/1/75/51  1630

TOTTINGTON -- John Lomax, husbandman, to keep the peace to Ralphe Bridge, yeoman  QSB/1/75/52  1630

TURTON -- Margret Booth, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/75/53  1630

MANCHESTER -- Olivier Heyward, bastardy on Alice Warde alias Weyrden  QSB/1/75/54  1630

SPOTLAND -- Edward Leeche, senior, yeoman to keep the peace to Lawrence Smith of Tongend in Whitworth, husbandman  QSB/1/75/55  1630

BOLTON -- Attack on constable by Thomas Brooke, and abusing of Sir Thomas Barton JP [webster  QSB/1/75/56  1630

CASTLETON tippling & gaming in alehouse of James Kay of Hartlee by, inter alia, Alexander Brokden, clerk  QSB/1/75/57  1630

MANCHESTER -- bastardy of Hugh Kenyon & Alice Charus  QSB/1/75/58  1630

MANCHESTER -- drunkards  QSB/1/75/59  1630

HORWICH -- pursuit of game by setting-dogs on Horwich Moor  QSB/1/75/60  1630

HORWICH -- pursuit of game by setting-dogs on Horwich Moor  QSB/1/75/61  1630

WESTHOUGHTON -- threats to Elizabeth Rylance, widow, by Nicholas Hosker, Katterin his wife, & Richard his son  QSB/1/75/62  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Charles Nuttall, gent, & Elizabeth Warburton  QSB/1/75/63  1630

SHARPLES -- swearing by Ralph Hulme  QSB/1/75/64  1630

BURY -- habitation for Jane deserted wife of Oliver Garstang, husbandman  QSB/1/75/65  1630

SPOTLAND -- relief for Arthure Clegge of Shawfield, tailor, & his wife Anne, daughter of Christopher Belfield of Shawfield  QSB/1/75/66  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/75/67  1630

HORWICH -- habitation for Myles Aspinall, labourer  QSB/1/75/68  1630

BURY -- damage to horses in the Castlecroft  QSB/1/75/69  1630

BURY -- damage to horses in the Castlecroft  QSB/1/75/70  1630

BURY -- damage to horses in the Castlecroft  QSB/1/75/71  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Edward Leach, plasterer, & Elizabeth Hunt of Bury  QSB/1/75/72  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Edward Leach, plasterer, & Elizabeth Hunt of Bury  QSB/1/75/73  1630

Lease for 60 years at 5/- rent for 40/-: John Cuerden of Cuerden, gent, to James Abbotte of ----- in-the-Woods & Eline his wife - cottage in Cuerden in tenure of Raiffe Dawsonne - 8th Jun. 1582  QSB/1/75/74  1630

Contents:
(Used as wrapper for roll).

Lancaster, Michaelmas 1630  QSB/1/76  1630

DUNNERDALE -- Matthew Jackson, husbandman, to keep the peace to Frances Stephenson  QSB/1/76/1  1630

URSWICK -- Christofer Wright, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Hunter  QSB/1/76/2  1630

SKELWITH -- George Jackeson of Elterwaterparke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Anthony Atkinson  QSB/1/76/3  1630

LOWICK -- William Penington, milner, to prosecute by Mathew Towers  QSB/1/76/4  1630

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Lawrence Boulton of Bigger, husbandman, to keep the peace to Jenett Elletson  QSB/1/76/5  1630

CHURCH CONISTON -- John Hobson of Catbanke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Hobson, widow  QSB/1/76/6  1630

CONISTON -- Elizabeth Hobson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/76/7  1630

MIDDLETON -- Edward Edmondson, yeoman, to keep the peace to Christopher Wilkinson  QSB/1/76/8  1630

COLTON -- Robert Tompson of Totlebanke, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/76/9  1630

TORVER -- Leonarde Parke, husbandman, to prosecute by Robert Parke  QSB/1/76/10  1630

LOWICK -- Mathew Towers, husbandman, to prosecute Elizabeth wife of William Penington  QSB/1/76/11  1630

COLTON -- Thomas Kellett, of Bowth, to prosecute Jane Wilson  QSB/1/76/12  1630

ALDINGHAM -- William Atkinson of Mucheland, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/76/13  1630

LOWICK -- Thomas Holme, milner, to prosecute by John Ambrose, esq  QSB/1/76/14  1630

COLTON -- Jane Wilson of Bowth, spinster, to prosecute by Thomas Kellet  QSB/1/76/15  1630

PENNINGTON -- Leonard Fell, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/76/16  1630

HORNBY -- Nicholas Bland, tailor, to prosecute to Christofer Benton  QSB/1/76/17  1630

CATON -- Abraham Townson, cowper, to prosecute for shooting with gun  QSB/1/76/18  1630

BOLTON-le-SANDS -- William Chaffer, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Hadwen  QSB/1/76/19  1630

BOLTON-le-SANDS -- George Winder, alehousekeeper, likewise  QSB/1/76/20  1630

HORNBY -- threats to Christofer Bentham, butcher, by Nicholas Bland, tailor  QSB/1/76/21  1630

COLTON breaking by Roberte Tompson of Totlebanke, yeoman, into messuage of Jane Tompson  QSB/1/76/22  1630

COLTON -- bastardy of Barberie Robinson & Richard Kellett  QSB/1/76/23  1630

QUERNMORE -- shooting of gun by Abraham son of Christopher Townson of Caton, in Quernmore Park  QSB/1/76/24  1630

COLTON -- writ of restitution, as 22  QSB/1/76/25  1630

ASHTON -- threats to James Prockter, husbandman, by Francis Whyte, husbandman  QSB/1/76/26  1630

COCKERHAM -- threats to Anne Jackson of Hillam, widow by John Preston, husbandman  QSB/1/76/27  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/76/28  1630

Preston, Michaelmas 1630  QSB/1/77  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/77/1  1630

RIBCHESTER -- Thomas Hayust, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Allice Teyrer of Hoothersall  QSB/1/77/2  1630

RIBCHESTER -- William Doulfin, linenwebster, likewise  QSB/1/77/3  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- James Lord, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/4  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- Lawrence Lord, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/5  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- James Piccopp, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/6  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- Lawrence Hey, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/7  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- James Heape, junior, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/8  1630

WHALLEY -- Robert Greenacres, gent, to keep the peace to John Lister, gent  QSB/1/77/9  1630

GISBURN, C YORK -- John Lister, gent, to keep the peace to Robert Grinaker  QSB/1/77/10  1630

GREAT HARWOOD -- James Whalley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Lawrence Starkie of Blackborne  QSB/1/77/11  1630

NEWTON-with-SCALES -- Richard Hudson, husbandman, & Janet his wife, to keep the peace to Parnell Horneby, widow  QSB/1/77/12  1630

HAMBLETON -- James Awards, sailor, to keep the peace to John Tompson of THisleton, sailor  QSB/1/77/13  1630

NEWTON-with-SCALES -- Robert Hornebie, to keep the peace to Richard Hudson  QSB/1/77/14  1630

NEWTON-with-SCALES -- Parnell wife of William Hornby, likewise  QSB/1/77/15  1630

GREAT HARWOOD -- Lawrence Piccope, husbandman, to keep the peace to Lawrence Starkie of Blackborne  QSB/1/77/16  1630

THORNTON -- William Hull, husbandman, to give evidence against Robert Barton for unlicensed trading in corn  QSB/1/77/17  1630

THORNTON -- Robert Barton, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/18  1630

THORNTON -- Henry Hoggard of Holmes, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/77/19  1630

THORNTON -- William Lythom of Buts, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/77/20  1630

WESTBY -- John Thistleton, labourer, to prosecute by Nicholas Bennet of Wraa, husbandman WESTBY -- Robert Halle, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/77/21  1630

ROSSENDALE -- James Lord, senior, the Baycopp, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/22  1630

HAIGHTON -- John Burton, husbandman, to prosecute for Harbouring vagrants  QSB/1/77/23  1630

RIBBY-with-WREA -- Margret wife of William Thisleton, husbandman, to keep the peace to Edward Bradley of Kellamore cum Bryning gent  QSB/1/77/24  1630

RAWTENSTALL -- James wife of John Crowder, woollenwebs to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/77/25  1630

BRINDLE -- Roger Hyndley, husbandman, to prosecute for recusancy  QSB/1/77/26  1630

LEYLAND -- Charles Werden, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/77/27  1630

THORNTON -- Thomas hardman of Holmes, junior, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Breckell, husbandman  QSB/1/77/28  1630

HAPTON -- John Ormerode, carpenter, bastardy on Margrett now wife of John lovely  QSB/1/77/29  1630

HAPTON -- John Greave, woolenwebster, bastardy on Isabel Ryley  QSB/1/77/30  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- imprisonment of Margret Lunt, a vagrant  QSB/1/77/31  1630

SIMONSTONE -- bastardy of John Ormerode of Hapton on Margrett Garner, now wife of Richard Parker  QSB/1/77/32  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- imprisonment of Margret Lunt, a vagrant  QSB/1/77/33  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- reprisal of Master of House of Correction  QSB/1/77/34  1630

RAWCLIFFE -- reprisal of Master of House of Correction  QSB/1/77/35  1630

THORNLEY-with-WHEATLEY -- relief for Roberte Hackings, linenwebster, & Allice his wife, both blind  QSB/1/77/36  1630

SALESBURY -- money spent on bastard of Margaret wife Richard Parker, of Lovely  QSB/1/77/37  1630

Relief for Thomas Ouldham  QSB/1/77/38  1630

WHARLES -- bastardy of Ellen sister of Thomas Benson, & Thomas Mylner, of Woodplumpton  QSB/1/77/39  1630

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Michaelmas 1630  QSB/1/78  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/78/1  1630

WIGAN -- John Dobson, labourer, to keep the peace to Thomas Woode  QSB/1/78/2  1630

WIGAN -- Richard Dobson, likewise  QSB/1/78/3  1630

UPHOLLAND -- William Moolynex, tanner, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Thomas Hooton, butcher  QSB/1/78/4  1630

RAINFORD -- Raph Tunstall, yeoman, to keep the peace to James Gaskell, husbandman  QSB/1/78/5  1630

BURSCOUGH -- John Prescott, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Withington, yeoman  QSB/1/78/6  1630

BURSCOUGH -- Anne wife of John Prescott, likewise  QSB/1/78/7  1630

MELLINGE -- Thomas Arnould, glover, to keep the peace to Bartholomew Hale of Eantree, gent  QSB/1/78/8  1630

HALE -- Richard Gleast, yeoman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth his wife  QSB/1/78/9  1630

HALEWOOD -- Edward Waynwright, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Ireland alias Kent, husbandman  QSB/1/78/10  1630

LATHOM -- James Jarman, husbandman, to keep the peace to Edward Sefton, husbandman  QSB/1/78/11  1630

PRESCOT -- Peter Kenwright, labourer, to keep the peace to Alexander Webster  QSB/1/78/12  1630

PRESCOT -- Raffe Halsall, blacksmith, likewise  QSB/1/78/13  1630

PRESCOT -- Thomas Sephton, labourer, likewise  QSB/1/78/14  1630

PRESCOT -- Alexander Webster, wheelwright, to keep the peace to William Houlegreave of Halewood, husbandman  QSB/1/78/15  1630

PRESCOT -- William Haughton, labourer, as 12  QSB/1/78/16  1630

WARRINGTON -- John Dodde, to keep the peace to John Ashton of Penketh, gent  QSB/1/78/17  1630

WEST DERBY -- John Plombe, fidler, to prosecute for fiddling on Sabbath & striking a constable  QSB/1/78/18  1630

FORMBY -- John Norris, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Norris of Ainsdale  QSB/1/78/19  1630

WEST DERBY -- William Hunt, wright, to keep the peace to Roger Dey, husbandman  QSB/1/78/20  1630

WEST DERBY -- Henry Molineux, wright, likewise  QSB/1/78/21  1630

PRESCOT -- William Lyme, shopkeeper, to keep the peace to John Webster yeoman  QSB/1/78/22  1630

PRESCOT -- Richard Allerton alias Marshall, bachelor, likewise  QSB/1/78/23  1630

PRESCOT -- Oliver Lyme, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/78/24  1630

PENNINGTON -- John Holecroft, yeoman, bastardy on Elizabeth Glover  QSB/1/78/25  1630

SUTTON -- Richard Bold, husbandman, to prosecute by George Halewood of Widnes  QSB/1/78/26  1630

SUTTON -- William Wood, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/78/27  1630

SUTTON -- Henry Wood, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/78/28  1630

ATHERTON -- Raphe Astley, nailor, bastardy on Margrett Throppe  QSB/1/78/29  1630

KENYON -- Ellen Acton, spinster, to keep the peace to Nicholas Georges one, husbandman  QSB/1/78/30  1630

WIGAN -- Henry Raynouldes, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/78/31  1630

Aughton -- bastardy of Alice Hetherborow & Henry Charles, husbandman  QSB/1/78/32  1630

Aughton -- bastardy of Alice Hetherborow & Henry Charles, husbandman  QSB/1/78/33  1630

LATHOM -- Elizabeth wife of William Rigbie, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/78/34  1630

LATHOM -- Jone Rigbie, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/78/35  1630

LATHOM -- Evan Askowe, husbandman, to prosecute William Rigbie, labourer, & Elyner his wife & Elizabeth & Jone his daughters  QSB/1/78/36  1630

BEDFORD -- summons of John Smith & Gyles Astley, fustianweavers  QSB/1/78/37  1630

CROFT -- Marie wife of Henry Shawe, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/78/38  1630

EUTON -- Margaret wife of Richard Balshaw, yeoman, to keep the peace to Marie Balshawe  QSB/1/78/39  1630

RAINFORD -- William Callan, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Woods, yeoman  QSB/1/78/40  1630

RAINFORD -- Edmund Raineforth, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/78/41  1630

GARSTON -- William Harisone, husbandman, bastardy on Margerie Whitfeild of Cronton, spinster  QSB/1/78/42  1630

WAVERTREE -- Ellen wife of John Barrow, yeoman, to keep the peace to Ellen Mercer  QSB/1/78/43  1630

DUXBURY -- bastardy of Ann Astley  QSB/1/78/44  1630

STANDISH -- William Wallell, husbandman, to keep the peace to Agnes Halliwell  QSB/1/78/45  1630

ATHERTON -- Rauffe Asley, nailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/78/46  1630

WIDNES -- thefts from George Halewood, husbandman  QSB/1/78/47  1630

PENNINGTON -- bastardy of Elizabeth Glover & John Holecroft, yeoman  QSB/1/78/48  1630

CROFT -- Mary, wife of Henry Shawe, tailor, "suspected to bee a blesser"  QSB/1/78/49  1630

WIGAN -- Henry Rainouldes charged with common barratry & practising physic & surgery without a license  QSB/1/78/50  1630

HALEWOOD -- abuse by Richard Gleast of Elizabeth his wife  QSB/1/78/51  1630

WHITTLE-le-WOODS -- repair of Under Dolphins bridge over Lostocke  QSB/1/78/52  1630

ASHTON -- illbehaviour of John Tankerfeild, alehousekeeper  QSB/1/78/53  1630

LEYLAND -- threats to Henry Whitle, constable, by Edward Breares, carpenter  QSB/1/78/54  1630

WESTHOUGHTON -- bastardy of Edmund Laythwaite & Dorathie Warde, his servant  QSB/1/78/55  1630

COPPULL -- repair of highways  QSB/1/78/56  1630

COPPULL -- repair of highways  QSB/1/78/57  1630

WARRINGTON -- tax troubles of Rauffe Corne, button maker, "who keepeth many handes daylie att worke"  QSB/1/78/58  1630

WESTLEIGH & LEYLAND -- relief for Elizabeth Gregorie  QSB/1/78/59  1630

WESTLEIGH & LEYLAND -- relief for Elizabeth Gregorie  QSB/1/78/60  1630

WIGAN -- Henry Rainouldes charged with common barratry & practising physic & surgery without a license  QSB/1/78/61  1630

ECCLESTON next CROSTON -- relief for Jane sister of William Rigbie  QSB/1/78/62  1630

Relief for Thomas Wood, blind, whose wife has been enticed by Richard son of John Dobson  QSB/1/78/63  1630

GOLBORNE -- relief for Elline widow of John Hasledene  QSB/1/78/64  1630

LEIGH -- habitation for Elizabeth Smith, widow  QSB/1/78/65  1630

WIGAN -- cures by Henry Raynoldes  QSB/1/78/66  1630

WINWICK -- wrongful summons of Roberte Dawnall  QSB/1/78/67  1630

WRIGHTINGTON -- setting of stubbs in highways  QSB/1/78/68  1630

MELLING -- assault on Thomas Arnold by Bartholomew Maghull of Ayntrie "a popish convicted Recusant"  QSB/1/78/69  1630

MELLING -- assault on Thomas Arnold by Bartholomew Maghull of Ayntrie "a popish convicted Recusant"  QSB/1/78/70  1630

SCARISBRICK -- repair of way over Scaresbricke moss  QSB/1/78/71  1630

PRESCOT -- getting of stones by Oliver Lyme  QSB/1/78/72  1630

WIGAN -- cursing by Roberte Kidd alias Ireland, brasior  QSB/1/78/73  1630

RAINFORD -- thefts by William Callan & Edmund Rainforth  QSB/1/78/74  1630

ATHERTON -- killing of hare by Richard Smith, yeoman  QSB/1/78/75  1630

TARLETON -- reimbursement of constable  QSB/1/78/76  1630

WIGAN -- relief for Henry Raynolds  QSB/1/78/77  1630

WEST DERBY -- perjury by Robert Fazackerley, constable  QSB/1/78/78  1630

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Michaelmas 1630  QSB/1/79  1630

ASTLEY -- John Agusman, to keep the peace to Peter Smyth & Allice his wife  QSB/1/79/1  1630

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/79/2  1630

ROCHDALE -- Benjamin Butterworth of Waterhouse, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Healey of Hundresfeild, husbandman  QSB/1/79/3  1630

ROYTON -- James Winterbothom, yeoman, to keep the peace to Edmund Miller of Dryclough, tailor  QSB/1/79/4  1630

LITTLE BOLTON -- George Hamson, collier, to keep the peace to Jane wife of Richard Crompton Shereman  QSB/1/79/5  1630

LITTLE BOLTON -- Alice wife of Robert Horrocks, to keep the peace to Susan wife of John Sutton of Tonge  QSB/1/79/6  1630

BURY -- Francis Nuttall, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Hunt of Walmersley, blacksmith  QSB/1/79/7  1630

ASHTON-on-MERSEY,co CHESTER -- John Awcocke, yeoman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/8  1630

GORTON -- Raphe Seele, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/9  1630

WESTHOUGHTON -- Adam Godbeart, carpenter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/10  1630

SALFORD -- Robert Smyth, to keep the peace to Jane wife of James Parker of Pendleton  QSB/1/79/11  1630

BUTTERWORTH -- Robert Stott of Scolefeild butcher, to keep the peace to Josuah Crosley  QSB/1/79/12  1630

BURY -- Thomas Flecher of Reddwales, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/13  1630

BOLTON -- James Meall, mason, to keep the peace to Margret wife of Thomas Heawood, innkeeper  QSB/1/79/14  1630

ROCHDALE -- Thomas Healay, shereman, to keep the peace to Priscilla wife of George Atkinson shereman  QSB/1/79/15  1630

ROCHDALE -- Priscilla Atkinson, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/16  1630

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- John Hamond, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/17  1630

BARTON-upon-IRWELL -- John Walton of Whitlesewicke, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/18  1630

REDDISH -- John Pott, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/19  1630

DENTON -- William Thornelie, linenweaver, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/20  1630

BURY -- Thomas Fletcher of Redwalls, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/21  1630

BURY -- Anne Bate, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/22  1630

BURY -- Thomas Holt, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/23  1630

BURY -- Jeffrey Brooke, butcher, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/24  1630

BURY -- Richard Lomax, yeoman to prosecute Thomas Fletcher for theft  QSB/1/79/25  1630

OLDHAM -- John Cowper of Holinwood, husbandman, bastardy on Alice Hall of Openshaw  QSB/1/79/26  1630

ROCHDALE -- George Hamer of Cronkishaw, husbandman, to prosecute John Briggs, labourer, & Adam Sweetlove, shereman, both of Rochdale, for goosestealing  QSB/1/79/27  1630

SPOTLAND -- Richard Ogden of Naden, husbandman, to prosecute for stealing timber from Richard Holte, husbandman  QSB/1/79/28  1630

SPOTLAND -- Charles Holte of Naden, husbandman, to prosecute Richard Ogden  QSB/1/79/29  1630

MANCHESTER -- John Kempe, hosier, to prosecute Abell Wakefield of Rachdale, shoemaker, for theft of stockings  QSB/1/79/30  1630

ROCHDALE -- Abell Wakefield, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/31  1630

ROCHDALE -- Theophilus Withington, shereman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/32  1630

BARTON-on-IRWELL -- George Smith of Withelswick, to keep the peace to John Walton  QSB/1/79/33  1630

DARCY LEVER -- Ellys Bradshawe, dyer, bastardy on Ellin Bradshawe of Boulton  QSB/1/79/34  1630

PILKINGTON -- John Blackeley, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/35  1630

PILKINGTON -- John Lomax, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/36  1630

PILKINGTON -- Henry Hey, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/37  1630

BOLTON -- Robert Siddall, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/79/38  1630

SHUTTLEWORTH -- Ralph son of Ellis Leach, woollen - webster, bastardy on Alice Hey of Aydenfield  QSB/1/79/39  1630

ROCHDALE -- theft of geese from George Hamer of Cronkishawe, husbandman  QSB/1/79/40  1630

ROCHDALE -- theft of geese from George Hamer of Cronkishawe, husbandman  QSB/1/79/41  1630

MANCHESTER -- theft from John Kempe, hosier  QSB/1/79/42  1630

BURY -- thefts from Katherin Crosse, "after the last exercise"  QSB/1/79/43  1630

BURY -- thefts from Richard Lomax, yeoman  QSB/1/79/44  1630

REDDISH -- affray between watchmen  QSB/1/79/45  1630

MANCHESTER -- tipplers  QSB/1/79/46  1630

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- arrest of John Hamonde for disobeying precept  QSB/1/79/47  1630

OLDHAM -- threats to James Cocker of Shouver, shoemaker, by Edmund Cocker, husbandman  QSB/1/79/48  1630

BOLTON -- bastardy of William Vickers, junior, Smith, & Anne Grenehalge  QSB/1/79/49  1630

BOLTON -- bastardy of William Vickers, junior, Smith, & Anne Grenehalge  QSB/1/79/50  1630

SHUTTLEWORTH -- bastardy of Rauf Leach, woollen-webster, & Alice Hey of Aydenfield  QSB/1/79/51  1630

SHUTTLEWORTH -- bastardy of Rauf Leach, woollen-webster, & Alice Hey of Aydenfield  QSB/1/79/52  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Ellizabeth daughter of Francis warberton gent of Stubings, & Charles Nuttall Gent  QSB/1/79/53  1630

TOTTINGTON -- bastardy of Ellizabeth daughter of Francis warberton gent of Stubings, & Charles Nuttall Gent  QSB/1/79/54  1630

OLDHAM -- Robert & Richard sons of John Wolstenholme of Holinworht, yeoman, not to hunt game  QSB/1/79/55  1630

CRUMPSALL -- Hugh Dawson, labourer, bastardy on Mary Hulton of Hopwood, widow  QSB/1/79/56  1630

CRUMPSALL -- Hugh Dawson, labourer, bastardy on Mary Hulton of Hopwood, widow  QSB/1/79/57  1630

MIDDLETON O- bastardy of Edmund Radclyffe of Langley, gent, & Mary Clough  QSB/1/79/58  1630

TOTTINGTON - relief for Elizabeth SCoffield  QSB/1/79/59  1630

PILKINGTON -- departure of hired servants of Thomas Foxe, gent  QSB/1/79/60  1630

BURY -- release of Charles Nuttall from whipping for damage to horses  QSB/1/79/61  1630

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Epiphany 1630/1  QSB/1/80  1630/1

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Thomas Bankes of Roascoate, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/80/1  1630/1

LOWICK -- William Towers of Greene webster, to keep the peace to James Towers  QSB/1/80/2  1630/1

ARKHOLME -- Thomas Barker, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Smyth  QSB/1/80/3  1630/1

ARKHOLME -- Thomas Widder, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/80/4  1630/1

SCOTFORTH -- Joan wife of Humfrey Jenaway, to keep the peace to Katherin Townson  QSB/1/80/5  1630/1

GARSTANG -- Henry Hoult, husbandman, to keep the peace to likewise  QSB/1/80/6  1630/1

SCOTFORTH -- Christofer Heblethwait, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/80/7  1630/1

ELLEL -- Thomas Willson, carpenter, to keep the peace to Christofer Croskell  QSB/1/80/8  1630/1

SKERTON -- Jarvis Mackerell, husbandman, to keep the peace to Christopher Bush  QSB/1/80/9  1630/1

ALLETHWAITE -- William Taylor of Slack, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Walker  QSB/1/80/10  1630/1

COLTON -- William Robinson of Boweth, husbandman, to keep the peace to Adam Sandes  QSB/1/80/11  1630/1

COLTON -- Margaret, spinster, wife of William Robinson, likewise  QSB/1/80/12  1630/1

CATON -- William Thompson of Hoolehouse, yeoman, to prosecute by Richard Walker  QSB/1/80/13  1630/1

WARTON -- Thomas Lucas, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/80/14  1630/1

SCOTFORTH -- Francis Whyte, husbandman, to prosecute for killing deer in Ashton Park  QSB/1/80/15  1630/1

ELLES -- James Natrace alias Dent, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/80/16  1630/1

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Richard Lewtith, husbandman, to prosecute by Elizabeth Fleminge  QSB/1/80/17  1630/1

KIRKBY IRELETH -- George Hey, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/80/18  1630/1

ELLEL -- Thomas Osbaldeston, yeoman, as 15  QSB/1/80/19  1630/1

ALDINGHAM -- Christofer Fell, husbandman, to prosecute William Morehouse  QSB/1/80/20  1630/1

ALDINGHAM -- William Morehouse of Gleaston, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/80/21  1630/1

TUNSTALL -- Thomas Smyth, junior, husbandman, to keep the peace to Mabell Peirson  QSB/1/80/22  1630/1

ELLEL -- John Winder, husbandman, bastardy On Ellen Clarke  QSB/1/80/23  1630/1

WARTON -- Robert Washington, gent, to prosecute to John Harling  QSB/1/80/24  1630/1

PENNINGTON -- John Fell, husbandman, to prosecute By Agnes Towneson  QSB/1/80/25  1630/1

TOWER -- evil behaviour of Robert Pleasse, minister, to Agnes widow of Richard Croudson, in the church  QSB/1/80/26  1630/1

WARTON -- threats to John Harling by Leonard Washinton, gent, & Anne Washington, spinster  QSB/1/80/27  1630/1

WINMARLEIGH -- wrongful distraint by John Kitchen, deputy bailiff, from Robert Durham  QSB/1/80/28  1630/1

Maintenance by Katherin Saunderson of child of Anthony Berry  QSB/1/80/29  1630/1

CLAIFE -- alleged theft of money by Alice Croudson from William Dowller  QSB/1/80/30  1630/1

CLAIFE -- alleged theft of money by Alice Croudson from William Dowller  QSB/1/80/31  1630/1

ALDINGHAM -- wrongful dealings in corn by William Morehouse of Gleaston  QSB/1/80/32  1630/1

NETHER KELLETT -- threats to Peter Birkett, husbandman, by John Halle of Cote, labourer  QSB/1/80/33  1630/1

CATON -- wrongful distraint of William Tompson for for non-repair of highways  QSB/1/80/34  1630/1

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/80/35  1630/1

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Epiphany  QSB/1/81  1630/1

SAMLESBURY -- Hugh Seede, husbandman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth wife of Christofer Sothworth SAMLESBURY -- Henrie Seede, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/81/1  1630/1

SAMLESBURY -- Marie Seede, widow, Likewise SAMLESBURY -- Thomas Seede, thrower, likewise  QSB/1/81/2  1630/1

SAMLESBURY -- Cecilie Seede, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/81/3  1630/1

STALMINE-with-STAINALL -- John Smith, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Pickering, husbandman  QSB/1/81/4  1630/1

ROSEACRE -- Rowland Cornoe, yeoman, to prosecute John Belcher  QSB/1/81/5  1630/1

WESTBY-with-PLUMPTON -- William Barnes, miller, bastardy on Dorothy Buller  QSB/1/81/6  1630/1

ROSSENDALE -- Jane wife of John Crowder, woollen-webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/81/7  1630/1

BLACKBURN -- John Butler, cooper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/81/8  1630/1

ROSEACRE -- thefts from Rowland Cornoe, yeoman  QSB/1/81/9  1630/1

ROSEACRE -- thefts from Rowland Cornoe, yeoman  QSB/1/81/10  1630/1

WESTBY-with-PLUMPTON -- bastardy of William Barnes, Miller, & Dorothy Buller  QSB/1/81/11  1630/1

WHITTINGHAM & GOOSNARGH -- presentments for taking inmates  QSB/1/81/12  1630/1

Relief for Margret Horobyn, prisoner  QSB/1/81/13  1630/1

Relief for Margret Horobyn, prisoner  QSB/1/81/14  1630/1

Names of constable jury  QSB/1/81/15  1630/1

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/81/16  1630/1

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Epiphany  QSB/1/82  1630/1

ATHERTON -- John Smith, nailor, to keep the peace to Hope Mollineux  QSB/1/82/1  1630/1

FARINGTON -- Robert Mutton, butcher, to prosecute for injury to Rawffe son of Alexander Standish of Standish, yeoman  QSB/1/82/2  1630/1

MUCH HOOLE -- Lawrence Parke, butcher, likewise  QSB/1/82/3  1630/1

ULNES WALTON -- John Cowper, tailor, to keep the peace to Thomas Jackson, husbandman  QSB/1/82/4  1630/1

MAGHULL -- William Higginson alias Thomason, yeoman to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/5  1630/1

WHITTLE-le-WOODS -- Andrew Waterworth, gent, to keep the peace to Thomas Martin of Melling, gent  QSB/1/82/6  1630/1

HESKIN -- Richard Gray, labourer, likewise  QSB/1/82/7  1630/1

MELLING -- Thomas Melling, labourer, likewise  QSB/1/82/8  1630/1

PENNINGTON -- Thomas Unsworth, webster, to keep the peace to John Darwall, butcher  QSB/1/82/9  1630/1

LYMM. co. CHESTER -- William Leigh, tailor, to keep the peace to Rev. Bartholomew Cade  QSB/1/82/10  1630/1

WINDLE -- William Wilkinson, yeoman, to keep the peace to Marie Farehurst WINDLE -- Henrie Moose, blacksmith, likewise  QSB/1/82/11  1630/1

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Henrie Prescotte, husbandman, to prosecute by Olyver Chesheire of Burtonwood, husbandman  QSB/1/82/12  1630/1

BURTONWOOD -- Olyver Chesheire, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/13  1630/1

BEDFORD -- Richard Watmough, husbandman, bastardy on Jane Southerin  QSB/1/82/14  1630/1

BEDFORD -- Robert Browne alias Smith, webster, bastardy on Margery Charlesone  QSB/1/82/15  1630/1

ATHERTON -- John Houlcroft, tailor, to prosecute by Thomas Morley, webster  QSB/1/82/16  1630/1

WHEELTON -- Edward Breres, to keep the peace to Henry Whittle of Leyland  QSB/1/82/17  1630/1

BRETHERTON -- Elizabeth wife of John Danie, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/18  1630/1

BILLINGE -- Elizabeth wife of Henry Leadbeter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/19  1630/1

BRETHERTON -- John Dandie, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/20  1630/1

BEDFORD -- George Ashton, husbandman, bastardy on Alice Morris  QSB/1/82/21  1630/1

WARRINGTON -- John Foster, musician, to keep the peace to James Preston  QSB/1/82/22  1630/1

WARRINGTON -- William Burley, musician, likewise  QSB/1/82/23  1630/1

WARRINGTON -- John Sergeant, musician, likewise  QSB/1/82/24  1630/1

ATHERTON -- Thomas Morley, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/25  1630/1

WARRINGTON -- Richard Willson, yeoman, to prosecute by Roger Hasleden of Pinington, badger  QSB/1/82/26  1630/1

ULNES WALTON -- Thomas Farrington, gent, to give evidence against Margarett Withnell of Exton, spinster  QSB/1/82/27  1630/1

EUXTON -- Margrett Withnell, to prosecute for witchcraft  QSB/1/82/28  1630/1

CLEVELEY -- Isabel Langton, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/29  1630/1

LATHOM -- Jane Garstang, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/30  1630/1

CHORLEY -- Robert Leigh & William Tootell, feltmakers  QSB/1/82/31  1630/1

ATHERTON -- Richard Smith alias Bees, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/82/32  1630/1

PENNINGTON -- Richard Darwall, butcher, to keep the peace to John his father, butcher  QSB/1/82/33  1630/1

WINDLE -- Thomas Atherton, husbandman, to keep the peace to Henry Edwardson  QSB/1/82/34  1630/1

WINDLE -- John Baxter, labourer, likewise  QSB/1/82/35  1630/1

CRONTON -- threats to William Whitfield, webster, by Thomas Wayke, yeoman  QSB/1/82/36  1630/1

HUYTON -- ill words spoken against Rev. Bartholomew Cade by William Leigh, to appear at Sessions Cheshire Man  QSB/1/82/37  1630/1

WINWICK -- relief for Thomas Plumley, blind, & Alice his wife  QSB/1/82/38  1630/1

WESTLEIGH -- relief for widow of Jefferie Cruldall  QSB/1/82/39  1630/1

WESTLEIGH -- relief for widow of Jefferie Cruldall  QSB/1/82/40  1630/1

WALTON -- threats to Nicholas Goore, yeoman, by Henry Pemberton, husbandman  QSB/1/82/41  1630/1

WALTON -- order for distraint of Richard Mercer for cost of taking him to gaol  QSB/1/82/42  1630/1

HULME -- maintenance of deserted child by Francis Leeche, constable  QSB/1/82/43  1630/1

Repair of Penkfoarth bridge  QSB/1/82/44  1630/1

UPHOLLAND -- relief for James Pickavaunce  QSB/1/82/45  1630/1

CROFT -- wrongful summons of George Ellom  QSB/1/82/46  1630/1

ULNES WALTON -- assault on Alice Farrer by John Cowper, tailor  QSB/1/82/47  1630/1

Relief for William Ticole  QSB/1/82/48  1630/1

WIGAN -- theft of cloth by James Wood from William son of Robert Greene  QSB/1/82/49  1630/1

John Tanckerfeild wishes to reopen his alehouse  QSB/1/82/50  1630/1

Relief for Joney Turtton, widow  QSB/1/82/51  1630/1

BEDFORD -- bastard of George Ashton & Alice daughter of Jane Morris, widow  QSB/1/82/52  1630/1

Repair of Penkeforth bridge  QSB/1/82/53  1630/1

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/82/54  1630/1

Manchester, Epiphany  QSB/1/83  1630/1

Blank form of badgers licence  QSB/1/83/1  1630/1

PRESTWICH -- Richard Dickonson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/2  1630/1

MIDDLETON -- Ann Sytton of Whittle, spinster, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Birch, widow  QSB/1/83/3  1630/1

WIGAN -- Richard Lathwite, tailor, to keep the peace to Edmund his brother  QSB/1/83/4  1630/1

SALFORD -- Fardinando Pott, chapman, to keep the peace to William Bowker of Manchester, yeoman  QSB/1/83/5  1630/1

BOLTON -- John Yonge, webster, to keep the peace to William Yonge, webster  QSB/1/83/6  1630/1

MANCHESTER -- Nicholas Grimshawe, skinner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/7  1630/1

GREAT BOLTON -- William Morres, webster, to keep the peace to William Yonge, webster  QSB/1/83/8  1630/1

ROCHDALE -- James Butterworth, butcher, to keep the peace to Charles Chadwick of Neckbank, yeoman  QSB/1/83/9  1630/1

ROCHDALE -- John Butterworth, junior, husbandman likewise  QSB/1/83/10  1630/1

CLIFTON -- Thomas Holland, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/11  1630/1

MANCHESTER -- John Roads, pointer, to prosecute for sheepstealing SALFORD -- John Holland, pointer, likewise  QSB/1/83/12  1630/1

MANCHESTER -- Richard Cowsie, to prosecute for receiving stolen goods MANCHESTER -- Grace wife of Richard Cowsie, likewise  QSB/1/83/13  1630/1

OPENSHAW -- Katherine Ellor, widow, to appear at Sessions OPENSHAW -- John Ellor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/14  1630/1

BUTTERWORTH -- Francis Wrigley, carpenter, to prosecute for theft from James Brearley, collier  QSB/1/83/15  1630/1

PILKINGTON -- James Scoales, blacksmith, bastardy on Mary Wardle  QSB/1/83/16  1630/1

CRUMPSALL -- John Bowker, carpenter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/17  1630/1

MIDDLETON -- Raphe Smith, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/18  1630/1

WHITEFIELD -- William Morris, yeoman, to prosecute John Bowker for stealing boards  QSB/1/83/19  1630/1

TONGE -- Richard Tonge, gent, to prosecute John & Elizabeth Cheethom for stealing a silver spoon  QSB/1/83/20  1630/1

BURY -- John Grenehalghe, badger, to prosecute William Heywood, labourer, for theft  QSB/1/83/21  1630/1

HOPWOOD -- Richard Ratcliffe of Langley, gent, to prosecute Raphe Smith, for oatstealing  QSB/1/83/22  1630/1

SALFORD -- Edmund Pycrofte, gardener, to prosecute William Shawe "for the Pickinge of his Cheses"  QSB/1/83/23  1630/1

CLIFTON -- Nicholas Valentyne, husbandman, to prosecute John Holland & John Roads for sheepstealing  QSB/1/83/24  1630/1

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- William Wood, collier, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/25  1630/1

BUTTERWORTH -- James Brearley, to prosecute Francis Wrigley, carpenter, for theft  QSB/1/83/26  1630/1

OLDHAM -- Edmund Tayler of Horsedge, gent, to prosecute Axariars Brerely & Jane Hawkerd  QSB/1/83/27  1630/1

PILSWORTH -- John Lomax, senior, to prosecute Joane wife of Richard Jannians, tinkler  QSB/1/83/28  1630/1

OLDHAM -- Thomas Hibbert, feltmaker, to prosecute John Leighe the younger of Ashton-under-Lyne for theft  QSB/1/83/29  1630/1

CHORLTON -- Ann Edwards the younger, to prosecute for theft from Mrs. An Moseley of the Houghend, widow  QSB/1/83/30  1630/1

TOTTINGTON -- Roger Holt, husbandman, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Nuttall, widow  QSB/1/83/31  1630/1

OLDHAM -- John Heape of Gladwicke, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/32  1630/1

CROMPTON -- John Hulton, husbandman, to prosecute Sarah Lees for burglary  QSB/1/83/33  1630/1

CROMPTON -- Hanah Lees, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/34  1630/1

MANCHESTER -- Henry Maudsley, smith, bastardy  QSB/1/83/35  1630/1

RADCLIFFE -- James Undsworth, linenwebster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/36  1630/1

HALIFAX, co. YORK -- Anthony Horwich, tailor, bastardy on Margret Booth  QSB/1/83/37  1630/1

HALIFAX, co. YORK -- Anthony Horwich, tailor, bastardy on Margret Booth  QSB/1/83/38  1630/1

PENDLETON -- Richard Valantyne of Newhale, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/83/39  1630/1

BOLTON -- William Younge, webster, to keep the peace to John Burger, fustianwebster  QSB/1/83/40  1630/1

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- bastardy of George Marland & Jane Smyth  QSB/1/83/41  1630/1

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- bastardy of George Marland & Jane Smyth  QSB/1/83/42  1630/1

BOLTON -- bastardy of Thomas Bromely of Lidyates & Elizabeth Hunt of Bury  QSB/1/83/43  1630/1

BURY -- bastardy of John Overall, labourer, & Isabell Heald  QSB/1/83/44  1630/1

WALMERSLEY -- bastardy of Edmund son of Thomas Holt, husbandman, & Jane Milnes of Elton  QSB/1/83/45  1630/1

WALMERSLEY -- bastardy of Lawrence Fletcher, husbandman & Jane Aspinall  QSB/1/83/46  1630/1

BURY -- bastardy of John Baggily, decd., & Isabel Heald  QSB/1/83/47  1630/1

BURY -- bastardy of Peeter son of Richard Heald of Redivers, husbandman, & Jane Greenehalgh  QSB/1/83/48  1630/1

WALMERSLEY -- bastardy of John Nabbs, husbandman, and Ann Battersby  QSB/1/83/49  1630/1

BURY -- bastardy of Raphe Digle, tailor, & Margrett Hull  QSB/1/83/50  1630/1

CLIFTON -- theft of sheep from Nicolas Valentyne, husbandman  QSB/1/83/51  1630/1

CLIFTON -- theft of sheep from Nicolas Valentyne, husbandman  QSB/1/83/52  1630/1

TONGE -- theft of silver spoon by John Cheetham  QSB/1/83/53  1630/1

OLDHAM -- breaking of Assize of Ale by Raphe Tettlowe, parish-clerk  QSB/1/83/54  1630/1

RADCLIFFE -- thefts from John Undsworth, linenwebster  QSB/1/83/55  1630/1

DENTON -- theft of bees from Edward Boothe, yeoman  QSB/1/83/56  1630/1

RUMWORTH -- assessment for highways  QSB/1/83/57  1630/1

TOTTINGTON -- relief of poor  QSB/1/83/58  1630/1

FARNWORTH -- rebuilding of Farneworth bridge  QSB/1/83/59  1630/1

PILKINGTON -- theft of timber from John Barlow, carpenter  QSB/1/83/60  1630/1

OLDHAM -- theft of sack by John Fenton from Robert Tettlowe of Chamber, gent  QSB/1/83/61  1630/1

ROCHDALE -- permission for Abraham son of William Erneshawe to exercise trade of shereman  QSB/1/83/62  1630/1

MANCHESTER -- theft from shop of Raphe Wullen  QSB/1/83/63  1630/1

CHORLTON -- thefts by Ann Edwardes, junior, from Houghend, the house of Mrs Ann Moseley  QSB/1/83/64  1630/1

HOPWOOD -- theft of oats from barn of Richard Ratcliffe of Langley, gent  QSB/1/83/65  1630/1

Jury Panel  QSB/1/83/66  1630/1

BURY -- troubles of the badgers  QSB/1/83/67  1630/1

BUTTERWORTH -- theft from James Brearley, collier  QSB/1/83/68  1630/1

BUTTERWORTH -- theft from James Brearley, collier  QSB/1/83/69  1630/1

HASLINGDEN -- threats to John Gregorie by John Harper of Holcome, bailiff  QSB/1/83/70  1630/1

SALFORD -- enticement of William Shawe, aged 11, to steal, by his grandmother, Katherin Ellor, widow  QSB/1/83/71  1630/1

BOLTON -- feud between Robert Syddall & William Makon, & Ellen his wife  QSB/1/83/72  1630/1

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/83/73  1630/1

OLDHAM -- theft from Edmund Taylor of Horsedge  QSB/1/83/74  1630/1

CHORLEY -- unlawful feltmaking by Ann Tootall, widow  QSB/1/83/75  1630/1

LITTLE BOLTON -- habitation for Jane Haslorne, widow  QSB/1/83/76  1630/1

LANCASTER -- need of relief for starving prisoners  QSB/1/83/77  1630/1

Contents:
Sheriff's letter

DUTTON -- Bargain & Sale for £14: John Shaye of Dutton, yeoman, to Edward Houghton of Smythybothom, gent. and Elizabeth his wife -- the house of Smythybothom and other specified property there --  QSB/1/83/78  1630/1

Contents:
20 Jun 1587. Enrolled 13 Jul 1587.
(Used as wrapper for the bundle)

Lancaster, Easter 1631  QSB/1/84  1631

HAWSHEAD -- Ellen Brathwaite, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/84/1  1631

URSWICK -- Arthur Gardner, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Gardner his brother  QSB/1/84/2  1631

FURNESS FELLS -- Agnes, wife of Rowland Skeales, husbandman, and William, Ellen and Issabell, their children to keep the peace towards the goods of William Penington  QSB/1/84/3  1631

ULVERSTON -- Thomas Millerson, husbandman, and Alice his wife to keep the peace towards Ellen wife of James Stillinge  QSB/1/84/4  1631

HORNBY -- Nicholas Bland, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/84/5  1631

AUGHTON -- John Croskell, husbandman, to prosecute Anne, wife of Oswald Heesham, charged with stealing two geese  QSB/1/84/6  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/84/10 below

AUGHTON -- Anne, wife of Oswald Heesham, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/84/7  1631

HORNBY -- Margaret Greene, spinster, to keep the peace towards Richard Jenkinson  QSB/1/84/8  1631

HORNBY -- Elizabeth, wife of John Greene, to keep the peace towards Richard Jenkinson  QSB/1/84/9  1631

AUGHTON -- gift of goose pudding and pie to Anne, wife of James Winder, by Oswold and Anne Heesham  QSB/1/84/10  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/84/6 above

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/84/11  1631

SLYNE -- arrest of Thomas Wingreene for non-appearance against Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Williamson  QSB/1/84/12  1631

Preston and Blackburn, Easter  QSB/1/85  1631

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/85/1  1631

List of jurors  QSB/1/85/2  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Margerie Alker to keep the peace towards Roberte Harrison  QSB/1/85/3  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Elizabeth Sykes to keep the peace towards Roberte Harrison  QSB/1/85/4  1631

SAMLESBURY -- William Alker, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Roberte Harrison  QSB/1/85/5  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Thomas Turner, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Roberte Harrison  QSB/1/85/6  1631

BACUP -- Anne, sister of James Lord alias Bolton, yeoman, to keep the peace towards William Hargraves of Burneley Wood, alehousekeeper  QSB/1/85/7  1631

BACUP -- Mary, sister of James Lord, as 7  QSB/1/85/8  1631

CLITHEROE -- Roger Leighe, gentleman, to keep the peace towards John Aspinall  QSB/1/85/9  1631

WORSTON -- John Dawson, yeoman, to keep the peace towards Thomas Braddill, gentleman, constable of Whalley  QSB/1/85/10  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Richard Alker, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Roberte Harrison  QSB/1/85/11  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Thomas Broxoppe, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Roger Walmysley  QSB/1/85/12  1631

SAMLESBURY -- Roger Walmisley, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Margarett, wife of Thomas Broxopp  QSB/1/85/13  1631

SAMLESBURY -- James Broxoppe, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Roger Walmisley  QSB/1/85/14  1631

BALDERSTONE -- Robart Harrison, blacksmith, to keep the peace towards William Alkarr, husbandman  QSB/1/85/15  1631

BALDERSTONE -- Mary, wife of Robart Harrison, to keep the peace as 15  QSB/1/85/16  1631

RIBCHESTER -- Geoffrey Sharples, cowper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/17  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/46 below

UPPER DARWEN -- Robarte Waddinton, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Richard Haydocke, husbandman  QSB/1/85/18  1631

BLACKBURN -- Raphe Prockter, husbandman, to keep the peace towards John Griffinge, fustian webster  QSB/1/85/19  1631

BRIERCLIFFE -- Abraham Wilkinson, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Richard Parker  QSB/1/85/20  1631

BRIERCLIFFE -- Richard Parker, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Abraham Wilkinson  QSB/1/85/21  1631

AIGHTON -- George Reade, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/22  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/45 below

LIVESEY -- Oliver Hatch, George Chriochlawe, James Gregson, George Harwood, Ellen wife of G.H., Miles Harwood, Alice Duxon, Margaret wife of O.H., Alice wife of G.C., and Elizabeth Griffin. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/23  1631

HURSTWOOD -- William Shackleton, husbandman, to appear at Sessions., and answer charge by William Ingham, yeoman, of stealing some geese  QSB/1/85/24  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/42 below

HURSTWOOD -- William Ingham, yeoman, and Isabell his wife to prosecute William Shackleton, husbandman. As QSB/1/85/24  QSB/1/85/25  1631

BARNACRE -- Richard Leeigh, yeoman, to prosecute Milles Addisone and John Hodskinson alias Trea for theft of dried oats  QSB/1/85/26  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/60 below

BARNACRE -- John Hudson, yeoman to prosecute as QSB/1/85/26  QSB/1/85/27  1631

John Hodskinson alias Trea, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/28  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/26 above

BLACKBURN -- Raphe Walkden, husbandman to appear at Sessions charges by Robert Aynsworth  QSB/1/85/29  1631

BLACKBURN -- Robert Aynsworth, husbandman to prosecute Raif Walkden for felony  QSB/1/85/30  1631

MELLOR -- Cecelie Ward, spinster, to appear at Sessions charges by Peeter Ireland, bachelor  QSB/1/85/31  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/43 below

MELLOR -- Richard Ireland, husbandman, to prosecute Seslie Ward as QSB/1/85/31  QSB/1/85/32  1631

CUERDALE -- James Branthwaite, husbandman, to appear at Sessions charges by George Cowpe  QSB/1/85/33  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/63 below

CUERDALE -- Jenett wife of Edward Branthwaite, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/34  1631

FISHWICK -- Richard Kellett, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/35  1631

FISHWICK -- Roberte Turner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/36  1631

BARNACRE -- Mylles Addison, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/37  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/26 above

STALMINE with STAYNALL -- George Pickering, labourer, bastardy Agnes Pattricke of Pilling, spinster  QSB/1/85/38  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/47 below

PILLING -- Agnes Pattricke, spinster, to appear at Sessions. as QSB/1/85/38  QSB/1/85/39  1631

FOULRIDGE -- William Hanson, woollen webster, bastardy. Ann Tilletsonn of Colne, spinster  QSB/1/85/40  1631

MEDLAR with WESHAM -- Francis Eccles, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/85/41  1631

HURSTWOOD -- Theft of geese from William Ingham, yeoman  QSB/1/85/42  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/24 and QSB/1/85/25 above

MELLOR -- theft of hat by Sisslie Ward  QSB/1/85/43  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/31 & QSB/1/85/32 above

MELLOR -- theft of hat by Sisslie Ward  QSB/1/85/44  1631

AIGHTON -- bad behaviour of George Reade  QSB/1/85/45  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/22 above

RIBCHESTER -- card tricks by Geoffrey Sharples and Roberte Ribchester  QSB/1/85/46  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/17 above

PILLING and STALMINE with STAYNALL -- paternity of bastard child Thomas, son of Agnes Pattrick and George Pickering  QSB/1/85/47  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/38 and QSB/1/85/39 above

PILLING and STALMINE with STAYNALL -- paternity of bastard child Thomas, son of Agnes Pattrick and George Pickering  QSB/1/85/48  1631

HOLLINGREAVE and READ -- maintenance of bastard child of Jacob Willson, woollen webster, and Elizabeth Ingham  QSB/1/85/49  1631

CATTERALL -- maintenance of bastard child of Thomas Parkinson, husbandman, and Isabell Tootell, spinster  QSB/1/85/50  1631

CATFORTH and WOODPLUMPTON -- maintenance of bastard child of Michaell Grosse and Ellin Lund, spinster  QSB/1/85/51  1631

DARWEN and BLACKBURN -- engrossing of corn going to market, and railing by Thomas Aspinall against Thomas Asheton  QSB/1/85/52  1631

WALTON-le-DALE -- wrongful arrest of Roger Cockshutt in parish church near the Communion Table  QSB/1/85/53  1631

CATTERALL and GOOSNARGH -- assault by Ellen wife of James Cottam and Elizabeth Greene, spinster, on Richarde Longworth, bailiff of Amounderness  QSB/1/85/54  1631

BLACKBURN -- Roger Berley, deputy bailiff of Blackburn hundred fined for non-appearance  QSB/1/85/55  1631

PRESTON -- names of purveyors for buying provision for the town  QSB/1/85/56  1631

BACUP -- Misdemeanours of James Lorde alias Bolton the eldest, husbandman, James Lord the younger, and Elizabeth his wife  QSB/1/85/57  1631

Clerk's memoranda re Cicily Ward, John Hodkinson, and Myles Addison  QSB/1/85/58  1631

BRIERCLIFFE -- Henrie Parker, husbandman, to be set free  QSB/1/85/59  1631

BARNACRE -- theft of dried oats at Sandholme Mill  QSB/1/85/60  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/26 above

HEYHOUSES, WHALLEY -- abuses by John Halliday, gentleman, William Hallidaye, James Hartley and Anthonie Burton, his servants, against John Radcliffe, yeoman  QSB/1/85/61  1631

BLACKBURN -- hay stolen by Rauf Walkden from the barn of Robert Aynsworth, husbandman  QSB/1/85/62  1631

CUERDALE -- groats stolen from Walton Mill owned by George Cowpe, by James Branthwaite  QSB/1/85/63  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/33 above

Maintenance of Thomas Haworth alias Feilden, son of Roberte Haworth and Mary Aspinall, widow  QSB/1/85/64  1631

Ormskirk, Easter, 1631  QSB/1/86  1631

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/86/1  1631

LATHOM -- Jane Garstang, spinster, to keep the peace towards William Reade, yeoman, his wife and children  QSB/1/86/2  1631

LYDIATE -- Henrie Aspinwall, yeoman, to keep the peace towards John Bell  QSB/1/86/3  1631

MELLING -- Bridgett Martin, to keep the peace towards Thomas Martin, her husband  QSB/1/86/4  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/49 below

LYDIATE -- Henry Aspinwall, yeoman, to keep the peace towards John and Henry Whytehead of Alker, husbandman  QSB/1/86/5  1631

LYDIATE -- William Aspinwall, husbandman, to keep the peace as 5 and John Bell of Alker, husbandman  QSB/1/86/6  1631

WHISTON -- William Ince, collier, to keep the peace towards Philip Seath, collier  QSB/1/86/7  1631

WHISTON -- John Thorneborrow, collier, to keep the peace as QSB/1/86/7  QSB/1/86/8  1631

WHISTON -- Peter Whigh, collier. to keep the peace as QSB/1/86/7  QSB/1/86/9  1631

WARRINGTON -- Sheath Hodgkinson, glazier, to keep the peace towards Mary, wife of Edward Johnes, surgeon  QSB/1/86/10  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/85/69 below

APPLETON -- John Rigby, batcheler. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/11  1631

APPLETON -- William Rigby, batcheler. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/12  1631

NEWBURGH -- Jane, wife of Hugh Lathom, husbandman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/13  1631

WIGAN -- James Baldwine, pewter. bastardy Anne Seddon  QSB/1/86/14  1631

ATHERTON -- Elizabeth Eckersley, widow, to appear at Sessions charges by John Leigh of Wigan WIGAN -- maintenance of bastard child of Richard Throp and the sister of Jennet, wife of John Leigh  QSB/1/86/15  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/66 below

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- John Rothwell, yeoman, to keep the peace towards Elizabeth Powell, widow  QSB/1/86/16  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Idethe Morecrofte, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/17  1631

PEMBERTON -- Margarett Fayrehurste, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/18  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Ginnett Tompson to appear at Sessions, charges by William Morecrofte, hatter  QSB/1/86/19  1631

BEDFORD -- George Woodhead, labourer, to keep the peace Jefferey Foster, husbandman  QSB/1/86/20  1631

THORNTON -- James Tarleton, husbandman, to keep the peace Edward and Henry Halsall for stealing turves  QSB/1/86/21  1631

MELLING -- Edward and Lawrence Sefton, husbandman, bound so that Elizabeth wife of S.S. will to appear at Sessions, concerning the theft of veal from John Wilson of Lydiate, butcher, in the open marketvat Ormskirk  QSB/1/86/22  1631

LYDIATE -- John Wilson, butcher, to keep the peace. as QSB/1/86/22  QSB/1/86/23  1631

LONGTON -- Jenett Maior, spinster, to keep the peace Ellen Dandy and Jane Hunte  QSB/1/86/24  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/54 below

WARRINGTON -- Lewes Imms, glassman, to keep the peace Henry Lowton and Fardinand Potts  QSB/1/86/25  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/55 below

SALFORD -- Ferdinand Potts, yeoman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/26  1631

GOLBORNE -- Henry Lowton, skinner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/27  1631

WHISTON -- Robert Tyrer, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/28  1631

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- John Garnett, husbandman, to appear at Sessions, charges by John Woodley  QSB/1/86/29  1631

WEST DERBY -- William Hay, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/30  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/32

WHISTON Philip Seath, collier, to keep the peace. John Thorneborow, William Ince, and Peter Wick  QSB/1/86/31  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/47 below

BOOTLE -- Richard Harper, husbandman, to keep the peace, William Hay of Derby  QSB/1/86/32  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/30 & QSB/1/86/48 above and below

WHISTON -- William Richardson alias Edwardson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/33  1631

WIGAN -- Nicholas Pinington, plasterer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/34  1631

DOWNHOLLAND -- John Moore of Haskayne, gentleman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/35  1631

PARR -- Robert Foster, yeoman, bastardy. Anne Rayneforth  QSB/1/86/36  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Thomas Whitestones, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/37  1631

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Roberte Greenhalgh, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Jane Birch, widow, and suppression of his alehouse William Knowles, as above John Tanckerfeild, as above Margret Gerrard, widow, as above  QSB/1/86/38  1631

SKELMERSDALE -- Richard Ascroft, wheelwright, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/39  1631

HOLLAND -- William Mollineux, tanner, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/40  1631

LITTLE WOOLTON -- William Wainewright, labourer,to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/86/41  1631

ATHERTON John Thropp, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Margrett Greene  QSB/1/86/42  1631

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Henry Smith, husbandman, bastardy Elizabeth Gaskell, widow  QSB/1/86/43  1631

List of towns which have not paid for Newbrough bridge and Watter house bridge  QSB/1/86/44  1631

MAWDESLEY -- refusals to pay levy for the town of Preston and Whitle Bridge  QSB/1/86/45  1631

BURSCOUGH, THORNTON, LATHOM -- constables not paying the taxes  QSB/1/86/46  1631

WHISTON -- attack on Phillip Seath  QSB/1/86/47  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/31 above

BOOTLE -- theft of money by William Hay of Derby from Richard Harper, husbandman  QSB/1/86/48  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/32 above

MELLING -- threat by Bridget Martin to poison her husband  QSB/1/86/49  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/4 above

LATHOM -- theft of greyhound bitch from Mr.Hugh Hesketh  QSB/1/86/50  1631

LATHOM -- as QSB/1/86/50  QSB/1/86/51  1631

Notification that James Naylor and Anne Spencer have maintained Margrett and Katherine Higham for 7½ years ECCLESTON near CROSTON -- maintenance of M. and K.H  QSB/1/86/52  1631

KIRKBY -- account for a tax for repair of Aldersbrige  QSB/1/86/53  1631

LONGTON -- theft of goods from Jenett Mayor  QSB/1/86/54  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/24 above

WARRINGTON -- assault on Lewes Imms, Chapman  QSB/1/86/55  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/25 above

WINWICK -- maintenance of Ellin Hasleden, a poor widow, and her child by churchwardens and overseers  QSB/1/86/56  1631

WINWICK -- as QSB/1/86/56  QSB/1/86/57  1631

WARRINGTON -- theft and assault on Lewis Imes, Chapman  QSB/1/86/58  1631

PRESCOT -- relief for Richard Molyneux, salter  QSB/1/86/59  1631

SCARISBRICK -- relief for Edward Houlme,labourer  QSB/1/86/60  1631

HESKETH BANK -- maintenance of bastard daughter of Gilbart Newsham  QSB/1/86/61  1631

BURSCOUGH -- maintenance of base child of Richard Moorcrofte of Ormskirke, dec'd, by Richard Ascroft  QSB/1/86/62  1631

CRONTON -- relief for WILLIAM Glover, husbandman, blind, and his wife  QSB/1/86/63  1631

PENKETH -- maintenance of bastard child of William Houlme, dec'd, and Margret Warrall, by Katheren, wife of Edward Heaton  QSB/1/86/64  1631

BURTONWOOD -- as QSB/1/86/64  QSB/1/86/65  1631

WIGAN -- maintenance of bastard child of Jane Wood, a poor servant  QSB/1/86/66  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/15 above

LONGTON -- maintenance of bastard child of Thomas Idden of Bretherton, mylner, and Sislie Davie, a poor needy beggar  QSB/1/86/67  1631

WOODPLUMPTON and HUTTON -- fear of Henry Langton, yeoman, and Anne his wife by Thomas Hoghton, gentleman  QSB/1/86/68  1631

WARRINGTON -- Sheath Hodgkinson, glazier, to keep the peace towards Mary wife of Edward Johnes, surgeon  QSB/1/86/69  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/86/10 above

Manchester, Easter  QSB/1/87  1631

BURY Anne, wife of John Hamer of Chesham,yeoman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/1  1631

ROCHDALE -- John Strengar, shereman, to keep the peace to Robert Stringer, shereman  QSB/1/87/2  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/75 below

ROCHDALE -- Samuell Wild, mercer, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/3  1631

ROCHDALE -- Richard Mullinex, shereman, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/4  1631

ROCHDALE -- John Aynsworth, shereman. to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/5  1631

ROCHDALE -- Margaret wife of Richard Mullinex, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/6  1631

ROCHDALE -- John Leigh, woollen webster, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/7  1631

ROCHDALE -- Anne wife of John Leigh, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/8  1631

ROCHDALE -- Margaret Strenger, spinster, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/9  1631

REDDISH -- Edmund Nicholson, labourer, to keep the peace to Margerie Daniels  QSB/1/87/10  1631

RADCLIFFE -- George Holt, husbandman, to keep the peace to George Abbott of Great Bolton, webster  QSB/1/87/11  1631

GREAT BOLTON -- Christopher Norres, chapman, to keep the peace to George Holt of Radcliffe, husbandman  QSB/1/87/12  1631

HAIGH -- William Morris, yeoman, to keep the peace to Anne Mather  QSB/1/87/13  1631

MANCHESTER Thomas Willcollnson, to keep the peace to Raph Turner  QSB/1/87/14  1631

ROCHDALE John Strenger, junior, labourer, to keep the peace to R.S. as QSB/1/87/2  QSB/1/87/15  1631

ROCHDALE Robert Strenger, senior, shereman, to keep the peace to Samuell Wild, mercer and John Strenger, shereman  QSB/1/87/16  1631

ROCHDALE Robert Strenger, junior, shereman, to keep the peace to S.W. & J.S. as QSB/1/87/16  QSB/1/87/17  1631

ROCHDALE -- James Strenger, shereman, to keep the peace to S.W. & J.S. as QSB/1/87/16  QSB/1/87/18  1631

BIRTLE -- Robert Livesaye, husbandman, to keep the peace to Alice Heath of Bamford, spinster  QSB/1/87/19  1631

SALFORD -- Rauffe Percivall, shereman, to keep the peace to John Lownes of Salford, chapman  QSB/1/87/20  1631

LEVENSHULME -- James Hulme, to keep the peace to Alexander Tomlinson alias Bowerhouse  QSB/1/87/21  1631

MANCHESTER -- Thomas Wharnebie, butcher, to keep the peace to Richard Browne of Manchester, drummer  QSB/1/87/22  1631

SALFORD -- George Percivall, to appear at Sessions Jane Martin, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/23  1631

SALFORD -- Ann, wife of Edmund Bageley, labourer. to keep the peace to Fardinando Pott  QSB/1/87/24  1631

SALFORD -- Edmund Bageley, to keep the peace. to F.P as QSB/1/87/24  QSB/1/87/25  1631

SALFORD -- George Ouldham, linen webster, to keep the peace to F.P as QSB/1/87/24  QSB/1/87/26  1631

MANCHESTER -- Raphe Turner, shereman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/27  1631

MANCHESTER -- Peeter Gill, feltmaker and William Clarke, whittaner,to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/28  1631

SPOTLAND -- Randle Hallowes, collier, to keep the peace to Thomas Milnes of Hundersfield, collier  QSB/1/87/29  1631

MANCHESTER -- Richard Wood, to keep the peace to Alexander Potter  QSB/1/87/30  1631

CHADDERTON -- Edward Smethurste, senior, and son Edward, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/31  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/72 below

SPOTLAND GATE -- John Chadwick, Shereman, bastardy on Jenima (?) Smithe of Spotland  QSB/1/87/32  1631

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- Roberte Lees and Nicholas Hide, constables, to appear at Sessions for neglect of warrant against Seth Ashton of Ashton-under-Lyne  QSB/1/87/33  1631

MANCHESTER -- Nicholas Seddon, blacksmith. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/34  1631

BLACKLEY -- John Bowker, linen weaver, to appear at Sessions for stealing  QSB/1/87/35  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/84 below

ROCHDALE -- John Hallowes, woollen webster, bastardy. Judeth Wylde  QSB/1/87/36  1631

ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE -- John Platt, gardener, to appear at Sessions for cutting underwood in Duckenfeilde  QSB/1/87/37  1631

ROYTON -- Oates Hulme, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for bastardy  QSB/1/87/38  1631

BLACKLEY -- John Dosen, webster, to appear at Sessions for stealing 40 yds of woollen cloth  QSB/1/87/39  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/71 below

MANCHESTER -- James Smethers, husbandman, to appear at Sessions charges by Edward Rowe of Newton  QSB/1/87/40  1631

NEWTON -- Edward Rowe, to prosecute. J.S  QSB/1/87/41  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/40

LITTLE LEVER -- James Leaver, to prosecute. Richard Mason, senior, Richard Mason, junior and Elizabeth Horrocks, widow, all of Little Lever, stealing one sheep  QSB/1/87/42  1631

FLIXTON -- Thomas Lowe the elder, husbandman, to prosecute Peter Rauffes the younger of Flixton, labourer, for stealing silver  QSB/1/87/43  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/80 below

MANCHESTER Edward Lea, dyer, to prosecute, John Dosen  QSB/1/87/44  1631


Related information: see QSB/1/87/39

ELTON Thurston -- Rowstorne of Summerseat, yeoman, to prosecute. Thomas Nuttall of Elton for stealing a mattock  QSB/1/87/45  1631

ECCLES Robert Newton, Lynen webster, to prosecute Elliza Pollett for stealing yarn and points  QSB/1/87/46  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/81 below

BLATCHINWORTH and CALDERBROOK -- Thomas Butterworth of Sladen, husbandman, to prosecute. Abraham Whyticker of Hundersfield, on suspicion of stealing a sheep  QSB/1/87/47  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/70 below

DEANE -- Elizabeth Horrockes, spinster, and William Horrockes, husbandman, to prosecute Raph Longworth  QSB/1/87/48  1631

BAMFORD -- Alice Leach, spinster to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/49  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/76 below

BAMFORD -- Thomas Leach, lymer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/50  1631

LITTLE LEVER -- Richard Mason, senior, lynnen webster and Richard Mason junr.,lynen webster to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/51  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/42

HOLCOMBE -- John Harper, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/52  1631

SPOTLAND -- James Heyweed of Hillhouses, taylor to appear at Sessions for stealing a cock from Thomas Holte, gentleman  QSB/1/87/53  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/82 below

STRANGEWAYS -- John Naylor, miller, to prosecute John Bowker (see QSB/1/87/35 above) and Robert Hill of Blackley,linen weaver  QSB/1/87/54  1631

PILKINGTON -- John Crompton, husbandman to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/55  1631

BURY Susan, wife of Thomas Barlow,husbandman. to keep the peace to John Booth  QSB/1/87/56  1631

BROUGHTON -- Edward son of Edward Singleton.wooller, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/87/57  1631

HENSHAW -- Abraham Crabtrie, woollen webster ,to keep the peace to Abraham Crosley of Arlescoles, husbandman  QSB/1/87/58  1631

HENSHAW -- Paule Greenwood, clothier, to keep the peace to to appear at Sessions. C. as QSB/1/87/58 above  QSB/1/87/59  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- Ralphe Mather, husbandman, to keep the peace towards Raynold Grenehalgh of Horwick, husbandman  QSB/1/87/60  1631

OVER HULTON -- Arthur Worthington, husbandman, to maintain his bastard child Arthur. OVER HULTON -- Ellin Fisher, single woman, as above. Justices' Order as above  QSB/1/87/61  1631

GREAT BOLTON -- Arthur Seddon, innkeeper, to take as an apprentice a poor boy, George Harrison, instead of paying a fine for keeping an unlicensed alehouse  QSB/1/87/62  1631

GREAT BOLTON -- Richard Tyldesley, shearman, not to brew or sell beer or ale or suffer gaming for 3 years  QSB/1/87/63  1631

UNSWORTH -- ill-behaviour of John Crompton of Holinhurst and his daughter Susan  QSB/1/87/64  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/66 below

RUMWORTH -- ill-behaviour of James, husband of Elizabeth Horrocks, and Ralphe Longworthe of Bolton in the Moors  QSB/1/87/65  1631

BURY -- bastard child of Susan, wife of Thomas Barloe, and daughter of John Crompton  QSB/1/87/66  [n.d.]


Related information: See QSB/1/87/64 above

LITTLE LEVER -- theft of sheep by Richard Mason, James Sharples and Elizabeth Horrocks  QSB/1/87/67  1631

DIDSBURY -- Thomas Walker, gentleman, to keep the peace Matthias Wood for theft and M.W's confession  QSB/1/87/68  1631

BAMFORD -- mutton stolen by Lawrance Chadwick, collier  QSB/1/87/69  1631

BLATCHINWORTH and CALDERBROOK -- sheep stealing by Abraham Whittickar of Hundersfield, labourer, from his brother Thomas Butterworth of Sladen  QSB/1/87/70  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/47 above

MANCHESTER -- theft of 40 yards of woollen cloth to value of £3 from Edward Lea, dyer, by John Dosen of Blackley and Henry Jackson  QSB/1/87/71  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/39 and QSB/1/87/44 above

MIDDLETON -- theft of oats and two cocks from Raphe Asheton, esq. by Edward Smethurste of Chadderton  QSB/1/87/72  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/31 above

Order by the Sheriffs Table to take oaths of John Gilliam of Newton, gentleman, and Richard Dickonson of Aynesworth, gentleman, elected High Constables  QSB/1/87/73  1631

Certificate as QSB/1/87/73  QSB/1/87/74  1631

SPOTLAND -- assault on Robert Strenger of Ratchdall, shearman, by John Strenger, Samuell Wild, Richard Mullinex, John Leigh and John Aynsworth, and Margerett Mollinex, An wife of J.L., and Margaret Stringer, spinster  QSB/1/87/75  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/2 - QSB/1/87/9 above

BAMFORD -- assault and battery on Roberte Lyvesay, constable, by Thomas and Alice Leach  QSB/1/87/76  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/49 and QSB/1/87/50 above

PRESTWICH -- habitation for William Haslam, husbandman  QSB/1/87/77  1631

FARNWORTH -- repair of Farneworth bridge  QSB/1/87/78  1631

MIDDLETON -- discharge of apprenticeship of John, son of Richard Lees of Boreshawe, husbandman, from Henry Whitworth of Rachdall, clothworker, by reason of poverty  QSB/1/87/79  1631

FLIXTON -- theft of silver from Thomas Lowe, the elder, husbandman, by Peter Rauffes, the younger, labourer  QSB/1/87/80  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/43 above

MANCHESTER -- theft of grey yarn and some points from Gyles Suddall by Ellyce Pollett  QSB/1/87/81  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/46 above

SPOTLAND -- theft of "one Cocke of the game" from Thomas Holte, gentleman, by James Heywarde, taylor  QSB/1/87/82  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/53 above

HEATON -- relief for Dorothie Hoape  QSB/1/87/83  1631

BLACKLEY -- theft of a "poacke and a litle wheat" from Thomas Stranguishe, gentleman, by John Taylor, wanderer  QSB/1/87/84  1631


Related information: See QSB/1/87/35 and QSB/1/87/54 above

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/87/85  1631

LEVENSHULME -- Robert Shelmerdyne, gentleman, to keep the peace towards Edmund Holme of Heaton Norris, yeoman  QSB/1/87/86  1631

Enrolment of a deed of bargain and Sale: for £78.10.0: Thomas Singleton of Broughton Tower, Esq., and Edward his son, to John Sharples of Freckleton, gent. -- ? messuage and lands..... containing 9........ messuage and lands in ? Marton (18 ac.) and one other messuage and lands in Warton....... dated Jul. 1598. Enrolled ? 4 Oct 1598  QSB/1/87/87  1631

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Lancaster, Midsummer  QSB/1/88  1631

WARTON -- Robert Herd, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/88/1  1631


Related information: see QSB/1/87/15 below

POULTON-le-SANDS -- Richard Starnthwait, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Gardner and William Robinson  QSB/1/88/2  1631

POULTON-le-SANDS -- Robert Starnthwait, husbandman, to keep the peace likewise  QSB/1/88/3  1631

ELLEL -- Richard Sheirson, yeoman. to keep the peace to Jenet wife of John Sheirson  QSB/1/88/4  1631

HEYSHAM -- Gawin Ryley, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Lawson  QSB/1/88/5  1631

OVERTON -- Henry Hynde, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Thomas Peirson  QSB/1/88/6  1631

OXCLIFFE -- Thomas Holland, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Burrow  QSB/1/88/7  1631

WRAY -- John Hullie, husbandman, bastardy on Ellen Hollstocke  QSB/1/88/8  1631

ULVERSTON -- William Addison, yeoman, to appear at Sessions Joseph Ambrosse, gent. to procecute  QSB/1/88/9  1631

POULTON-le-SANDS -- William Nicholson, gent. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/88/10  1631

ULVERSTON -- Richard Cocken, yeoman, to prosecute William Borwicke  QSB/1/88/11  1631

BOLTON-with-ADGARLEY -- William Borwicke, parater, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/88/12  1631

Draft letter between two brothers suggesting the composing of a quarrel  QSB/1/88/13  1631

PRIEST HUTTON -- warrant against Anthony Huggan for threats against Ralfe Willson, gent  QSB/1/88/14  1631

WARTON -- warrant for release of Robert Herd, miller  QSB/1/88/15  1631

Kirkham, Midsummer  QSB/1/89  1631

STALMINE -- Henry Robbinson, yeoman. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/1  1631

STALMINE -- John Bradshawe, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/2  1631

NEWTON-with-SCALES -- Thomas Browne, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at prosecution of Alice Haydock, widow  QSB/1/89/3  1631

HAMBLETON & POULTON -- Jenet wife of Richard Roe, to keep the peace to Richard Walshe, husbandman  QSB/1/89/4  1631

STALMINE -- Anthony Danson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/5  1631

STALMINE -- Anthony Forshawe, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/6  1631

ELSWICK & GREAT ECCLESTON -- bastardy of John Bickerstaffe, miller, and Anne wife of William Gurnall, husbandman, daughter of Richard Bond, husbandman  QSB/1/89/7  1631

ELSWICK -- Dorothy Cattom, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/8  1631

ELSWICK -- John Hudson junior, labourer, to appear at Sessions for taking a merlin belonging to Edmund Fleetewood of Rawcliffe, gent  QSB/1/89/9  1631

CLITHEROE -- Elizabeth Herd, spinster, and Thomas Pindar, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/10  1631

CLITHEROE -- Agnes, wife of Richard Dugdall, yeoman, and Margery wife of William Bayley, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/11  1631

HASLINGDEN -- Edward Fenton, labourer, to appear at Sessions at instance of Andrew Holden, gent  QSB/1/89/12  1631

STALMINE -- Henry Somner, constable, and John Croft,sailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/13  1631

PREESALL -- George Whitesyde, constable, and Thomas Poole, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/14  1631

STALMINE -- Thomas Goose, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/15  1631

STALMINE -- Matthew Diconson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/16  1631

HASLINGDEN -- John Rishton, labourer, to appear at Sessions at instance of Andrew Holden, gent  QSB/1/89/17  1631

RIBBY -- William Pateson, junior, yeoman, to keep the peace to William Browne, husbandman  QSB/1/89/18  1631

KIRKHAM -- William Bamber, husbandman, to keep the peace to Alice wife of Francis Padgett, yeoman, and James Smythe, her son  QSB/1/89/19  1631

CARLETON -- Thomas Wylde of Whitholme, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/20  1631

STALMINE -- Robert Diconson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/21  1631

STALMINE -- Richard Smyth, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/89/22  1631

CLAUGHTON-in-LONSDALE -- Repair of highways. (Petition)  QSB/1/89/23  1631

POULTON-le-SANDS-- wrongful claim to land by William Nicholsone (Petition)  QSB/1/89/24  1631

LANCASTER -- freeing of William Gildart, prisoner (Petition)  QSB/1/89/25  1631

Ormskirk, Midsummer  QSB/1/90  1631

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/90/1  1631

LATHOM -- John Hoome, husbandman, to keep the peace to Evan Bootle, nailor  QSB/1/90/2  1631

LATHOM -- Jane wife of John Hoome, likewise  QSB/1/90/3  1631

LATHOM -- Thomas Hoome, tailor, likewise  QSB/1/90/4  1631

LATHOM -- William Hoome, bachelor, likewise  QSB/1/90/5  1631

SCARISBRICK -- Peter Hoome, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/90/6  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Thomas Whytstones, husbandman, to keep the peace to Hugh Page, husbandman  QSB/1/90/7  1631

ORMSKIRK -- John Leadbetter, yeoman, to keep the peace to Roger Barton, husbandman  QSB/1/90/8  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Edward Leadbetter, bachelor, likewise  QSB/1/90/9  1631

KENYON -- John Ruddyord, to keep the peace to Suzan Boydell, spinster  QSB/1/90/10  1631

WARRINGTON -- Hugh Fletcher, sadler, to keep the peace to Alice Miller, widow  QSB/1/90/11  1631

WHISTON -- Jane Faerchield, spinster, to keep the peace to Thomas Wright, cowper  QSB/1/90/12  1631

SUTTON -- Robert Hey, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Potter  QSB/1/90/13  1631

WEST DERBY -- Henry Fletcher, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margaret Charles  QSB/1/90/14  1631

ORMSKIRK -- Thomas Whytstones, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Leadbetter, Junior  QSB/1/90/15  1631

DOWNHOLLAND -- Thomas More, carpenter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/16  1631

WARRINGTON & PENKETH -- Henry Sterope, husbandman, to keep the peace, to Henry Ley,yeoman  QSB/1/90/17  1631

LATHOM -- Evan Bootle, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/18  1631

DOWNHOLLAND -- Richard Hollande, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/19  1631

LATHOM -- William Reade, to appear at Sessions at instance of Emline Garstayne  QSB/1/90/20  1631

LATHOM -- Richard Gellibrande, likewise  QSB/1/90/21  1631

LATHOM -- James Jerman, likewise  QSB/1/90/22  1631

ECCLESTON-next-KNOWSLEY -- Thomas Barrowe, bachelor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/23  1631

ECCLESTON-next-KNOWSLEY -- Walter Barrowe, bachelor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/24  1631

ECCLESTON-next-KNOWSLEY -- Ellen Barrowe, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/25  1631

SOUTHWORTH -- Walter Kenyon, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/26  1631

LATHOM -- Catherine Hodgson, widow, and Isabell, wife of Hugh Rigby, ropemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/27  1631

LYDIATE -- Nicholas Livesley, labourer, to keep the peace to Henry Letherbarrow  QSB/1/90/28  1631

KNOWSLEY -- Peter Stockley, yeoman, to keep the peace to Anne his wife  QSB/1/90/29  1631

ORMSKIRK -- James Cockett, labourer, Ellen his wife, William, son of Henry Laithwaite, to appear at Sessions for theft from Hugh Cowper  QSB/1/90/30  1631

WARRINGTON -- Phillip Asheton, gent., to keep the peace to Edmund Pollard  QSB/1/90/31  1631

TARLETON -- Robert Dandy, blacksmith, bastardy on Jane Sutton  QSB/1/90/32  1631

BRETHERTON -- Thomas Iddonn, miller, to appear at Sessions at instance of Cecilie Davy, spinster  QSB/1/90/33  1631

LONGTON -- John Banckes, yeoman, to keep the peace, to Thurstan Wildinge  QSB/1/90/34  1631

LATHOM -- James Germond, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/90/35  1631

HINDLEY -- Ellis Greene, husbandman, bastardy on Elizabeth Marshe  QSB/1/90/36  1631

BILLINGE & WINDLE -- Evan March, husbandman, bastardy on Ellin Mosse, spinster  QSB/1/90/37  1631

WARRINGTON -- Richard Turnor, husbandman, to keep the peace to Davie Edwards, husbandman. (In manor court)  QSB/1/90/38  1631

ORMSKIRK -- I.re tavern brawl  QSB/1/90/39  1631

LATHOM & DALTON & ORMSKIRK -- I.on theft of skin of a fawn from Lathom Park by Robert Draper, husbandman, theft of "one palestaff" from Lathom Park by William Prescot, miller, and gaming in the house of Thomas Whytstones, bearward  QSB/1/90/40  1631

WHISTON -- warrant for arrest of Jane Fairechild for threats to Thomas Wright, cowper  QSB/1/90/41  1631

LATHOM -- release of Richard Jollibrand, gent  QSB/1/90/42  1631

CROSTON & NORTH MEOLS -- warrant for arrest of Richard Bound of Bankes, husbandman, for threats to Ellen Wright, widow  QSB/1/90/43  1631

UPHOLLAND -- warrant for arrest of John Rigby, husbandman, Katherine his wife, and Anne, wife of Henry Prescott, yeoman, for threats to Elizabeth, wife of William Walker, husbandman  QSB/1/90/44  1631

WINWICK -- certificate of burial of Mary, bastard of Robert Forster  QSB/1/90/45  1631

TARLETON -- likewise John, bastard of Robert Dandy and Jane Sutton  QSB/1/90/46  1631

NORTH MEOLS & BIRKDALE -- list of alehousekeepers allowed  QSB/1/90/47  1631

NORTH MEOLS & BIRKDALE -- list of alehousekeepers allowed, those suppressed  QSB/1/90/48  1631

BURTONWOOD -- presentment of John Cubbon, yeoman, for obstructing the lane from Dallam to Cawsey Bridges  QSB/1/90/49  1631

BURTONWOOD -- presentment of Hamnett Wilme, yeoman, and William Davies and William Robie, husbandmen, for breaking into close of John Cubbon called the Diche Platt  QSB/1/90/50  1631

WINWICK -- petition for relief by Cicylie Tompson, aged 80, and John Ashton and John Smith, who had their legs broken by a fall of marl  QSB/1/90/51  1631

PARR -- petition for maintenance of deserted child of William Garnett  QSB/1/90/52  1631

PRESTON -- list of people "which have denyed to paie their assessments for Preston"  QSB/1/90/53  1631

LATHOM -- information concerning theft of poultry from Catherin Hodgson, widow  QSB/1/90/54  1631

LYDIATE -- information concerning quarrel between Henry Letherbarrow and Nicholas Livesley alias Letherbarrow  QSB/1/90/55  1631

ORMSKIRK -- petition for relief of William Coldocke, sexton  QSB/1/90/56  1631

BURSCOUGH -- petition of Jane, wife of John Hille, husbandman, ejected by her husband  QSB/1/90/57  1631

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Midsummer, 1631  QSB/1/91  1631

MANCHESTER -- Francis Walkden, innkeeper, and Elizabeth his wife, to keep the peace to Ellinor Grimshawe  QSB/1/91/1  1631

MANCHESTER -- Nicholas Grundshawe, labourer, and Ellenor Grundshawe, to keep the peace to Francis Walkden  QSB/1/91/2  1631

ROCHDALE & LENCH -- James Stott of Benthouse, mason, to keep the peace to Mary, wife of Edmund Ashworth  QSB/1/91/3  1631

WARDLE -- Alis wife of Anthony Holt, tailor, to keep the peace to Elizabeth, wife of James Scofeld  QSB/1/91/4  1631

KEARSLEY & MIDDLE HULTON -- John Lyvesey, colegetter, to keep the peace to John Bordman, husbandman  QSB/1/91/5  1631

FARNWORTH & MIDDLE HULTON -- likewise Richard Horridge, colegetter  QSB/1/91/6  1631

DARCY LEVER & MANCHESTER -- John Gregerrey, maltman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Richard Bannes  QSB/1/91/7  1631

ARDWICK -- Roger Prestwich, yeoman, to keep the peace to Edward Marler and George Allens  QSB/1/91/8  1631

OLDHAM -- Edmund Tatlowe of Couldhurste, gent. to keep the peace to Gervisse Brierley  QSB/1/91/9  1631

CROMPTON -- Thomas Wild, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/91/10  1631

CROMPTON -- Andrew Crompton, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/91/11  1631

CROMPTON -- John Mathewe, junior, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/91/12  1631

RADCLIFFE & BURY -- John Barlowe, webster, to keep the peace to William Whitecare, cobler  QSB/1/91/13  1631

DARCY LEVER & MANCHESTER -- Richard Bannes, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of John Gregerrey  QSB/1/91/14  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE & GORTON -- Anthony Kersall of Woodhouses, to keep the peace to Mary Kenion  QSB/1/91/15  1631

WITHINGTON -- William Burche, shoemaker, to keep the peace to John Hartlee  QSB/1/91/16  1631

ARDWICK -- Edmund Mosse, webster, to keep the peace to Edward Marler & George Allens  QSB/1/91/17  1631

GORTON -- Alice wife of Edmund Boardman, husbandman, to keep the peace to Raphe Rushton, husbandman  QSB/1/91/18  1631

BURY & TOTTINGTON -- John Hardman, husbandman, to keep the peace to Frances Whittikar, yeoman, and James Hardman  QSB/1/91/19  1631

BAMFORD & MILNROW -- Anne wife of William Bamforth, yeoman, to keep the peace to Arthur Brearley  QSB/1/91/20  1631

SPOTLAND & HUNDERSFIELD -- Robert Buckley of Healey, woollenwebster, P, to Anne wife of James Fletcher, woollenwebster  QSB/1/91/21  1631

BURY & TOTTINGTON -- John Kay, husbandman, to keep the peace to Francis Whittikar, yeoman, and James Hardman  QSB/1/91/22  1631

BURY & RADCLIFFE -- William Whiticar, cobler, to keep the peace to John Barlow, woollenwebster  QSB/1/91/23  1631

WUERDLE -- Anne Kershawe, spinster, to keep the peace to James Scofeld  QSB/1/91/24  1631

BURY -- Susan Barlowe, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/91/25  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Robert Leighe, woollenweaver, bastardy  QSB/1/91/26  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE & DUKINFIELD, co.Chester -- John Walker, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Edward Walker  QSB/1/91/27  1631

PILSWORTH & MOSTON -- Abraham Fitton, webster, to appear at Sessions for assaulting Adam Shacklode  QSB/1/91/28  1631

CROMPTON -- Samuel Greave, tailor, bastardy on Alice Low  QSB/1/91/29  1631

MANCHESTER -- Robert Radcliffe, deputy-constable, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/91/30  1631

MIDDLE HULTON - Christopher Baron, collier, to appear at Sessions for theft of tools from James Mooncks and John Halliwell  QSB/1/91/31  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- likewise Robert Spakeman, collier  QSB/1/91/32  1631

OLDHAM -- Brian Chatburne alias Balie, plasterer, to appear at Sessions for trickery  QSB/1/91/33  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- Richard Edge, collier  QSB/1/91/34  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Ralph Marsden, clerk, to prosecute Henry Andrewe for theft of corn from R.M. and Mr.Joanes, clerk  QSB/1/91/35  1631

DUKINFIELD, co.Chester & ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Edward Walker, maltster, to prosecute John Walker & John Scoles  QSB/1/91/36  1631

BROUGHTON -- Edward Singleton senior, waller, Edward Singleton, junior, to keep the peace  QSB/1/91/37  1631

CROMPTON -- William Shaw, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for taking inmates  QSB/1/91/38  1631

CROMPTON -- Jane Lees to appear at Sessions for taking bastards to nurse  QSB/1/91/39  1631

OLDHAM -- John Heape, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/91/40  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Henry Andrewe, labourer, to appear at Sessions for stealing corn from Raphe Marsden and Mr.Joanes, clerk  QSB/1/91/41  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE & DUKINFIELD -- John Scoles, labourer, to appear at Sessions at instance of Edward Walker, maltster  QSB/1/91/42  1631

ALKRINGTON -- John Leaver, gent. to prosecute against Edward Singleton, senior & junior, for stealing £5  QSB/1/91/43  1631

HUNDERSFIELD -- Paul Greenwood of Henshaw, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Crosley of Arlescoles, yeoman  QSB/1/91/44  1631

HUNDERSFIELD -- likewise Abraham Crabtree, husbandman  QSB/1/91/45  1631

HUNDERSFIELD -- likewise Samuel Greenwood, clothier  QSB/1/91/46  1631

WALMERSLEY & ELTON -- Edmund Holt, labourer, bastardy on Jane Milnes  QSB/1/91/47  1631

HAULGH -- Abraham Hey, feller, maintenance of Richard his bastard on Elizabeth wife of George Vawdry  QSB/1/91/48  1631

HAULGH -- deposition on same subject  QSB/1/91/49  1631

MIDDLETON -- James Heiworthe, husbandman, bastardy on Margaret Leache  QSB/1/91/50  1631

CASTLETON -- depositions concerning theft from Elizabeth Cock and Jane Gabbott, spinsters  QSB/1/91/51  1631

ASHWORTH -- depositions concerning theft of a turkey from John Greenhaulgh, esq  QSB/1/91/52  1631

MIDDLETON -- depositions concerning bastardy of James Heiworthe, yeoman and Margaret Leache  QSB/1/91/53  1631

SHARPLES & CHURCH -- depositions concerning wounding by George Baron and theft of cloak etc. from Francis Walkden  QSB/1/91/54  1631

OLDHAM & CHURCH -- another  QSB/1/91/55  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- depositions concerning theft of clothes from Robert Walker  QSB/1/91/56  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- depositions concerning theft of tools from Lady Leigh's coalpits by Richard Edge, collier  QSB/1/91/57  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- depositions concerning theft of tools from Lady Leigh's coalpits by Richard Edge, collier  QSB/1/91/58  1631

MANCHESTER -- depositions concerning arrest of William Williamson for theft, and setting him "into the stockes in the Dungeon"  QSB/1/91/59  1631

MANCHESTER -- depositions concerning escape of William Williamson  QSB/1/91/60  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- depositions concerning theft by Henry Andrewe, labourer, from Raphe Marsden, clerk and Mr.Joanes, curate  QSB/1/91/61  1631

BURY & ELTON -- complaint by constables that certain persons did not perform watch and ward  QSB/1/91/62  1631

CLIFTON -- petition by Lawrence Howorth for habitation  QSB/1/91/63  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- statement by constables that they have no beggars  QSB/1/91/64  1631

MANCHESTER & BLACKLEY -- settlement of Henry Jackson, fustian weaver  QSB/1/91/65  1631

OLDHAM -- warrant for arrest of John Heape, husbandman, for non-appearance  QSB/1/91/66  1631

Non-performance of Abraham Whitticar and Josephe Beilfield, bailiffs to collect debt for John Talier  QSB/1/91/67  1631

PRESTON -- orders of justices for relief of plague  QSB/1/91/68  1631

PRESTON -- orders of justices for relief of plague  QSB/1/91/69  1631

FAILSWORTH & ARDWICK -- warrant for arrest of Thomas Hudson for bastardy on Sarah Busicke  QSB/1/91/70  1631

MANCHESTER -- non-performers of watch and ward  QSB/1/91/71  1631

GREAT HEATON -- petition for habitation for William Berry, miller  QSB/1/91/72  1631

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Michaelmas, 1631  QSB/1/92  1631

COLTON -- Rowland Skeale of Thwaitehead, Ellen his wife and Edward his son, to keep the peace to William Hobkines  QSB/1/92/1  1631

CARTMEL FELL -- Christopher Harrison of Hartbarrow, yeoman, to keep the peace to Anne Harrison, widow  QSB/1/92/2  1631

CARTMEL FELL -- Elizabeth wife of Christopher Harrison, likewise  QSB/1/92/3  1631

CARTMEL FELL -- Margaret [no surname] servant of Christopher Harrison, likewise  QSB/1/92/4  1631

COCKERHAM -- John Gaunt, husbandman, to keep the peace to Christopher Coward  QSB/1/92/5  1631

CLAUGHTON -- Lorance Aynsworth, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Elizabeth wife of Henry Crofte  QSB/1/92/6  1631

ULVERSTON -- Henry Lindoe and George Mounte, yeoman, to appear at Sessions for badging without licence  QSB/1/92/7  1631

HOLKER -- William Pepper, yeoman, and Nicholas Dixon, his servant, to appear at Sessions at instance of George Wanehouse  QSB/1/92/8  1631

ROSEBURNDALE -- John Russell, sadler, to keep the peace to Francis Hynd and Margaret Edmondson  QSB/1/92/9  1631

NETHER KELLETT -- presentment of Robert Melling, yeoman, for making a ditch and wall in the close of William Widder called the Borron Brooke Sykes  QSB/1/92/10  1631

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/92/11  1631

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Michaelmas, 1631  QSB/1/93  1631

Contents:
(There was no Session held owing to plague. The following document was dealt with at the Lancaster Session).

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/93/1  1631

Recognizance Roll: Ormskirk, Michaelmas, 1631  QSB/1/94  1631

LATHOM & BURSCOUGH -- Margaret wife of John Blackledge, gent. to keep the peace to Lettice wife of William Hill, yeoman  QSB/1/94/1  1631

LATHOM & BURSCOUGH -- likewise Evan Blackledge, yeoman  QSB/1/94/2  1631

LATHOM -- Evan Bootle, tailor, to keep the peace to Jane, wife of John Hoome, husbandman  QSB/1/94/3  1631

BURSCOUGH -- Jane, wife of John Hill, yeoman, to keep the peace to Lettice, wife of William Hill, yeoman, and Ellen her daughter  QSB/1/94/4  1631

RAINFORD -- Margaret Callon, widow, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/5  1631

LATHOM & BURSCOUGH -- Thomas Blackledge, yeoman, to keep the peace to Lettice Hill  QSB/1/94/6  1631

LATHOM & BURSCOUGH -- John Blackledge, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/94/7  1631

MAWDSLEY -- Thomas Nelson, yeoman, to keep the peace to Roger Rydinge  QSB/1/94/8  1631

MAWDSLEY -- James Cocker, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/94/9  1631

WRIGHTINGTON & MAWDSLEY -- Henry Eccleston, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/94/10  1631

WRIGHTINGTON & MAWDSLEY -- William Eccleston, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/94/11  1631

WRIGHTINGTON & MAWDSLEY -- Thomas Eccleston, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/94/12  1631

MAWDSLEY -- Henry Backehowse, carpenter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/13  1631

WIGAN -- Edward Baron, shoemaker, to keep the peace to Margret Greene, spinster  QSB/1/94/14  1631

WIGAN -- likewise Thomas Winkeley, linenwebster  QSB/1/94/15  1631

WIGAN -- likewise Katherin wife of Thomas Winkeley  QSB/1/94/16  1631

WIGAN -- likewise Sibell Winkeley, widow  QSB/1/94/17  1631

MAWDSLEY -- Roger Rydinge, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/18  1631

CROSTON -- Hugh Norres, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/19  1631

BEDFORD -- William Richardsone, husbandman, to keep the peace to Henry Cookesone  QSB/1/94/20  1631

BEDFORD -- likewise George Richardsone, husbandman  QSB/1/94/21  1631

WARRINGTON -- Mary Johnes, widow, to keep the peace to Alice, wife of James Eateton  QSB/1/94/22  1631

PRESCOT -- William Sutton, bailiff, to keep the peace to Robert Knowells  QSB/1/94/23  1631

GOLBORNE -- Anne Tayler, spinster. to keep the peace to Joan Leighe GOLBORNE -- likewise James Tayler, yeoman  QSB/1/94/24  1631

BURSCOUGH -- John Hill, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/25  1631

BURSCOUGH -- Ellen Hill, spinster, to keep the peace to Jane, wife of John Hill  QSB/1/94/26  1631

BURSCOUGH -- Lettice wife of William Hill, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/94/27  1631

WARRINGTON -- Henry Lambe, shoemaker, to keep the peace to Raphe Toppinge, shoemaker  QSB/1/94/28  1631

RUFFORD -- Cislie Blakall alias Bootle, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/29  1631

SPEKE -- James Pilkington, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/30  1631

GOLBORNE -- Jone, wife of William Leighe, husbandman, to keep the peace to James Dicksone, husbandman GOLBORNE -- Elizabeth Marsden, spinster, likewise  QSB/1/94/31  1631

RUFFORD -- Mary Squier, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/32  1631

ORRELL -- Edmond Atherton, webster, to prosecute Mary wife of James Ormeshawe, husbandman  QSB/1/94/33  1631

PLUMPTON & WARRINGTON -- George Clarkson, labourer, to prosecute Robert & Nicholas Wilsone, petty chapmen  QSB/1/94/34  1631

BILLINGE & ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- William Peningeton, husbandman, bastardy on Margaret Berchall  QSB/1/94/35  1631

WARRINGTON & PLUMPTON -- Robert and Nicholas Wilson, petty chapmen, to appear at Sessions at instance of George Clarkesone, labourer  QSB/1/94/36  1631

WALTON-on-the-HILL -- Anne, wife of William Hay, husbandman, to keep the peace to Anne Cooke  QSB/1/94/37  1631

WALTON-on-the-HILL -- William Hay, likewise  QSB/1/94/38  1631

WARRINGTON -- Mary Joans, spinster, to keep the peace to Alice, wife of John Baitte, alehousekeeper  QSB/1/94/39  1631

LEIGH & BEDFORD -- William Paynter alias Morris, tailor, bastardy on Margaret Morris, spinster  QSB/1/94/40  1631

PENNINGTON -- William Styrrupp, milner, bastardy on Katherine Dawsone  QSB/1/94/41  1631

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- Robert Greenehough, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/42  1631

SHAKERLEY & MIDDLE HULTON -- James Leeche, chapman, to prosecute Robert Spakeman, labourer  QSB/1/94/43  1631

ORRELL -- Mary, wife of James Ormishawe, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/44  1631

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- James Greenehouch, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/45  1631

MIDDLE HULTON -- Robert Spakeman, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of James Leeche  QSB/1/94/46  1631

ORMSKIRK & LATHOM -- John Leadbeter, buttonmaker, to prosecute James Prescott, blacksmith  QSB/1/94/47  1631

LATHOM -- James Prescott, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/48  1631

MAWDSLEY -- Margaret, wife of John Charles, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/49  1631

MAWDESLEY -- John Charles, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/50  1631

WARRINGTON -- John Bate, yeoman, to keep the peace to Alice wife of James Eateton  QSB/1/94/51  1631

HALEWOOD -- John Woodes, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Bennett, husbandman  QSB/1/94/52  1631

HUYTON -- Michael Crosse, husbandman, to keep the peace to Hamlet Nixon, husbandman  QSB/1/94/53  1631

KENYON -- John Woodley, miller. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/94/54  1631

RUFFORD -- committal of Mary Squier, spinster, to gaol  QSB/1/94/55  1631

WALTON-on-the-HILL -- warrant for arrest of William Heie, Anne his wife and Ellen Hesketh, widow to find security  QSB/1/94/56  1631

ORMSKIRK & LATHOM -- assault and theft by James Prescott, blacksmith, from John Ledbeter the younger, buttonmaker  QSB/1/94/57  1631

ASHTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- petition concerning maintenance of John, Ann and Katherin, orphans of John Whittell, by Roger Whittell  QSB/1/94/58  1631

Certificate concerning the same  QSB/1/94/59  1631

PLUMPTON & WARRINGTON -- theft of clothes of George Clarkesone, labourer, by Nicholas and Robert Wilson  QSB/1/94/60  1631

BURSCOUGH -- letter from Henry Ogle concerning dissensions in the Hill and Blackledge family  QSB/1/94/61  1631

HALSALL -- Order of Court for payment by William Banastre of John and Thomas Carr and Anne Nicholson's charges for attending sessions  QSB/1/94/62  1631

SUTTON & HALEWOOD -- Gilbert Leadbeater, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Bennett, husbandman  QSB/1/94/63  1631

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Michaelmas, 1631  QSB/1/95  1631

HALLIWELL -- Andrew Wood, fustian webster, to keep the peace to Richard Boulton, husbandman  QSB/1/95/1  1631

HALLIWELL -- Robert Jollie, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/95/2  1631

HALLIWELL -- Richard Richardson, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/95/3  1631

OLDHAM -- Alexander, son of James Neeld, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/4  1631

OLDHAM -- Robert Breerlay of Pawden, husbandman, P,to James Breerley of the same  QSB/1/95/5  1631

OLDHAM -- William Wright of Parke, husbandman, to keep the peace to Richard Lees  QSB/1/95/6  1631

OLDHAM -- William Wright of Parke, husbandman, to keep  QSB/1/95/7  1631

OLDHAM -- John Wyld of Atthill, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/95/8  1631

ELTON & BURY -- Robert Smethurst, husbandman, P, to Thomas Holt  QSB/1/95/9  1631

MOSTON -- John Taylior, to keep the peace to John Tetlowe  QSB/1/95/9a  1631

MOSTON -- Adam Taylior, likewise  QSB/1/95/10  1631

MOSTON -- Adam Taylor, likewise  QSB/1/95/11  1631

OLDHAM -- Alice Cokker of Showver, spinster, to keep the peace to Raphe Kershaw  QSB/1/95/12  1631

OLDHAM -- Arthur Cokker of Showver, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/95/13  1631

ROYTON -- Richard Winterbothom, likewise  QSB/1/95/14  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Richard Lees, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Wright  QSB/1/95/15  1631

-- Thomas Milnes of Crofthead, husbandman, to keep the peace to Abraham Hamer  QSB/1/95/16  1631

BUTTERWORTH -- James Milne of Ladshouse, yeoman, to keep the peace to Alice wife of Patriott Crompton, husbandman  QSB/1/95/17  1631

MOSTON -- John Tetlowe, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Mary wife of Robert Platt  QSB/1/95/18  1631

HARWOOD -- John Harrison, husbandman, to appear at Sessions charged with conspiring to spoil a slate delf belonging to John Bradshaw of Bradshaw,Esq  QSB/1/95/19  1631

HARWOOD -- Ellis Haslam, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/95/20  1631

HARWOOD -- Richard Wood, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/95/21  1631

BUTTERWORTH -- Edmund Milnes of Wildhouse, badger, to appear at Sessions for stealing a heifer of James Bycroft of Yealand, co.York, glazier  QSB/1/95/22  1631

HASLINGDEN AND TURTON -- John Asmall, husbandman, to prosecute Andrew Knowles, husbandman, for stealing a cow  QSB/1/95/23  1631

TURTON -- Andrew Knowles, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/24  1631

CROMPTON -- Robert Key of Whitfield, yeoman bastardy on Anne Lees  QSB/1/95/25  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Jeremiah Knott, Thomas wood and Robert Sandyforth, Labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/26  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Raphe Smith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/27  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Lawrance Wright, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/28  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- John Lees, to prosecute Robert Sondyforth,Lawrence Wright, and Raphe Smith  QSB/1/95/29  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Robert Newton alias Dunkerley of Knotlane, webster, to prosecute Thomas Wood, Jeramiah Knott, Lawrence Wright, William Wright the younger, Raphe Smith and Robert Sondyforth, concerning death of Edward Lees  QSB/1/95/30  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Jane Marland, spinster, bastardy with Samuel Wild  QSB/1/95/31  1631

PRESTWICH -- Richard Taylior, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/32  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Richard Hamond, alehousekeeper, to prosecute Jane, wife of Robert Chadderton  QSB/1/95/33  1631

ROYTON -- Jane, wife of Robert Chadderton, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/95/34  1631

MANCHESTER -- Thomas Farnice, labourer, to appear at Sessions at instance of Richard Morton, innkeeper  QSB/1/95/35  1631

MANCHESTER -- Thomas Travis, to appear at Sessions at instance of Robert Worsley  QSB/1/95/36  1631

CLIFTON -- Richard Wallwork, weaver, bastardy on Elizabeth Asmall  QSB/1/95/37  1631

MANCHESTER & BLACKLEY -- James Smethurste, labourer, to appear at Sessions for theft of clothes from John Bexwicke, yeoman  QSB/1/95/38  1631

BOLTON & LEVER -- Ellis Aynsworth, fustian webster, to appear at Sessions at instance of William Catherall, husbandman  QSB/1/95/39  1631

BOLTON & WORSLEY -- Richard Bradshaw, shereman, to appear at Sessions for theft of sheets from Oliver Collier, husbandman  QSB/1/95/40  1631

TODMORDEN -- William Greenwood of Walsden, woollenwebster, bastardy on Isabel Heywood of Walsden, spinster  QSB/1/95/41  1631

BREIGHTMET & HARWOOD -- George Haslam, webster, bastardy on Alice Grompton, spinster  QSB/1/95/42  1631

CASTLETON -- David Holt, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Brereley of Marland the elder, husbandman  QSB/1/95/43  1631

CASTLETON -- Thomas Brerely senior, of Marland, husbandman, to keep the peace to David Holt, yeoman  QSB/1/95/44  1631

ARDWICK -- Richard Hudson, husbandman, bastardy on Sarah Bewsicke  QSB/1/95/45  1631

PRESTWICH -- order for maintenance of bastard of Thomas Hudson and Sarah Busicke  QSB/1/95/46  1631

MIDDLETON & HEAP -- order for maintenance of bastard of Richard Radcliffe of Langley, gent. and Katherin Bing of Heywood, spinster  QSB/1/95/47  1631

BOLTON -- information by William Catherall, head hind to the Bishop of Chester, concerning trespass by horses of Ellis Aynsworth  QSB/1/95/48  1631

BOLTON -- information concerning thefts by Richard Bradshaw  QSB/1/95/49  1631

BUTTERWORTH -- information concerning theft of heifer by Edmund Milnes of Wyldhouse, badger  QSB/1/95/50  1631

BRADSHAW -- information concerning digging for slate in close called Barnecrofte  QSB/1/95/51  1631

BRADSHAW -- information concerning digging for slate in close called Barnecrofte  QSB/1/95/52  1631

MANCHESTER -- order for levying of money to relieve the town, "lately infected with the plague" from a radius of five miles  QSB/1/95/53  1631

SHUTTLEWORTH & TOTTINGTON -- petition concerning maintenance of poor  QSB/1/95/54  1631

BUTTERWORTH -- petition for relief of Cuthbert Breareley of Booth Hollins, husbandman, for loss by fire  QSB/1/95/55  1631

MIDDLETON -- settlement of John Graye  QSB/1/95/56  1631

ROYTON -- constableship  QSB/1/95/57  1631

WORSLEY & BOLTON -- informations concerning theft of clothes from Oliver Collier, husbandman, by Richard Bradshaw, shareman  QSB/1/95/58  1631

PRESTWICH -- confession of theft of books from the personage by John Taylior  QSB/1/95/59  1631

BLACKLEY & MANCHESTER -- informations concerning theft of linen from John Bexwicke, yeoman, by James Smethurste, husbandman  QSB/1/95/60  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- information concerning death of Edward Lees  QSB/1/95/61  1631

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- information concerning death of Edward Lees  QSB/1/95/62-66  1631

informations concerning theft from house of Richard Hamond  QSB/1/95/67-68  1631

BAMFORD -- record of licensing Robert Scolfeilde as badger  QSB/1/95/69  1631

OLDHAM -- warrant for arrest of disturbers of the peace  QSB/1/95/70  1631

BISPHAM -- Deed Enrolled used as wrapper of the Recognizance Roll. Bargain and Sale for 20 marks: Thomas Assheton of Croston, esq., and Rauffe Assheton of Leaver, esq. to Robert Hesketh of Rufforth, esq. and Blanche his wife -- close in Bisphame called Haryefeilde, in tenure of Arthur Bowker, late belonging to Chantry at the Altar of St.John Baptist in Croston church -- 1 Apr. 1598  QSB/1/95/71  1631

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Epiphany, 1631/2  QSB/1/96  1631/2

List of badgers licensed, Lonsdale and Amoudderness  QSB/1/96/1  1631/2

CARTMEL -- Thomas Preston, husbandman, to keep the peace to Edward Wainehouse the younger  QSB/1/96/2  1631/2

HORNBY -- Thomas Ryvington, blacksmith. to keep the peace to Roger Nooble  QSB/1/96/3  1631/2

CLAUGHTON & HORNBY -- William Foxcrofte, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/96/4  1631/2

TATHAM -- Richard Clapham of Sharpehouse, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of John Robinson, yeoman  QSB/1/96/5  1631/2

OVER WYERSDALE -- John Boulton, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/96/6  1631/2

SATTERTHWAITE -- Margaret, wife of Alexander Towenson of Grisdale, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Thomas Tomplinson  QSB/1/96/7  1631/2


Related information: see QSB/1/96/14 & 18

ULVERSTON -- Henry Kirkby, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Christopher Fell  QSB/1/96/8  1631/2

HALTON -- John Dickonson, tailir, to appear at Sessions at instance of Rowland Leake  QSB/1/96/9  1631/2

ULVERSTON -- Miles Atkinson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Christopher Fell  QSB/1/96/10  1631/2

CARTMEL -- John Fell, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Ellen Killner  QSB/1/96/11  1631/2

BROUGHTON-in-FURNESS -- memorandum for A of John Askew and James Danson, husbandmen  QSB/1/96/12  1631/2

OVER WYERSDALE -- Lawrence Hathornthwait, yeoman, to appear at Sessions to give evidence against John Boulton  QSB/1/96/13  1631/2

SATTERTHWAITE -- Thomas Tomplinson of Grysdale, husbandman, to prosecute Margaret Townson  QSB/1/96/14  1631


Related information: see QSB/1/96/7 & 18

SILVERDALE -- Thomas Gardner, husbandman, to prosecute William Marshall  QSB/1/96/15  1631/2

URSWICK -- William Marshall of Staineton, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Thomas Gardner  QSB/1/96/16  1631/2

LECK & CLAUGHTON -- Edward Tunstall, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Frances wife of Edward Croft, esq  QSB/1/96/17  1631/2

SATTERTHWAITE -- confession of Margaret, wife of Alexander Townson of Grysdale, husbandman, concerning killing of sheeto keep the peace  QSB/1/96/18  1631


Related information: see QSB/1/96/7 & 14

PRESTON -- order for payment of governor of house of correction  QSB/1/96/19  1631/2

WARTON -- letter of Richard Pilkington concerning the children of himself and Leonard Breare  QSB/1/96/20  1631/2

DALTON-in-FURNESS & ULVERSTON -- petition of Henry Atkinson, mercer, fled from Dalton because of plague, and driven from Ulverston  QSB/1/96/21  1631/2

Recognizance Roll: Preston, Epiphany, 1631/2  QSB/1/97  1631/2

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/97/1  1631/2

HASLINGDEN -- John Butterworth, blacksmith, to keep the peace to Agnes, wife of Gilbert Rishton  QSB/1/97/2  1631/2

MUSBURY -- Ralph Haworthe, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Haworth  QSB/1/97/3  1631/2

THORNLEY & WHITTINGHAM -- Robert Eccles, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Palley alias Sharples of Ashley  QSB/1/97/4  1631/2

THORNLEY & WHITTINGHAM -- likewise George Eccles, husbandman  QSB/1/97/5  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE -- John Hesmenhalghe, to keep the peace to Richard Hesmenhalghe  QSB/1/97/6  1631/2

BLACKBURN -- Mary, wife of Osbaldeston Parke, to keep the peace to Thomas Ashton, yeoman  QSB/1/97/7  1631/2

BLACKBURN & CLAYTON-le-DALE -- Lawrence Fecit, fustian webster, to keep the peace to Thomas Dewhurst, yeoman  QSB/1/97/8  1631/2

BLACKBURN -- Thomas Ashton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Osbaldeston Parke, chapman, and Mary his wife  QSB/1/97/9  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE -- Katherine, wife of Richard Hesmenhalghe, to keep the peace to John Hesmenhalghe, husbandman  QSB/1/97/10  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE -- likewise Richard Hesmenhalghe  QSB/1/97/11  1631/2

CHAIGELEY -- Thomas Walmesley, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Isherwood, yeoman, and his children  QSB/1/97/12  1631/2

CLITHEROE -- William Jennings, glazier, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/97/13  1631/2

BLACKBURN -- Osbaldeston Parke, chapman, to keep the peace to Thomas Ashton, yeoman  QSB/1/97/14  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD -- Richard Marser, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to James Childers, husbandman  QSB/1/97/15  1631/2

ALSTON -- John Banks, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Richard Harison and Ellen his wife  QSB/1/97/16  1631/2

WILTON & BRINDLE -- John Rishton and Thomas Corbecke, husbandman, and Lawrence Cowbrand, yeoman, to appear at Sessions for "riotous contemptes" against Thomas Liveshie, linenwebster  QSB/1/97/17  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD -- Christopher Mercer, to appear at Sessions for "scandalizing and reproachfull speeches against SirRaphe Ashton"  QSB/1/97/18  1631/2

HASLINGDEN -- Lawrence Cowpe of Holme Medow, husbandman, to keep the peace to Charles Gregorie  QSB/1/97/19  1631/2

SAMLESBURY -- Thomas Walchman, husbandman, not to buy or sell corn  QSB/1/97/20  1631/2

SAMLESBURY -- John Walchman, milner, likewise  QSB/1/97/21  1631/2

BAILEY -- Margaret Howorth, spinster, to appear at Sessions at instance of Edmund Pickering, constable  QSB/1/97/22  1631/2

BAILEY -- Richard Hull, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/97/23  1631/2

BAILEY -- Marie Howorthe, likewise  QSB/1/97/24  1631/2

WORSTON -- Frances Ashton, widow, to prosecute Richard Hearst, yeoman, for theft of an ash-tree  QSB/1/97/25  1631/2

WINMARLEIGH -- Catherine, wife of John Stoute, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for disobeying order against assembly  QSB/1/97/26  1631/2

WINMALEIGH -- Ralph Whiteheade, yeoman, and John Stoute, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/97/27  1631/2

DOWNHAM -- Henry Halsteed, milner, to appear at Sessions at instance of William Boulcock  QSB/1/97/28  1631/2

DOWNHAM -- Anne wife of William Bowcocke, to appear at Sessions at instance of Henry Halsted  QSB/1/97/29  1631/2

DOWNHAM -- William Bowcocke, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/97/30  1631/2

BALDERSTONE & SAMLESBURY -- Alexander Corner alias Cliffe, to appear at Sessions at instance of John Clayton and John Haydock  QSB/1/97/31  1631/2

OVER DARWEN -- Alice Horredge, spinster, to appear at Sessions at instance of James Dewhurst  QSB/1/97/32  1631/2

BALDERSTON AND SAMLESBURY -- Ann, wife of Alexander Gorner alias Cliffe, to appear at Sessions at instance of John Haydock and John Clayton  QSB/1/97/33  1631/2

PADIHAM -- Christopher Dodgson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions for scandalizing and abusing John Osbaldeston, esq  QSB/1/97/34  1631/2

WORSTON -- Richard Hearst, yeoman, to appear at Sessions for stealing ash-tree from Frances Ashton, widow  QSB/1/97/35  1631/2

HOTHERSALL -- Adam Greenwood, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Thomas Tomlinson  QSB/1/97/36  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE AND SALESBURY -- Edward Barnes, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions at instance of Thomas Walmesley, husbandman  QSB/1/97/37  1631/2

RIBCHESTER -- Henry Shay, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions at instance of William Carter  QSB/1/97/38  1631/2

RIBCHESTER -- Adam Almon, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/97/39  1631

WHALLEY -- Thomasine Foster, spinster, bastardy  QSB/1/97/40  1631

OVER DARWEN -- James Dewhurst, husbandman, to prosecute Alice Horredge for felony  QSB/1/97/41  1631/2

SAMLESBURY -- John Haydock, to prosecute Alexander Gorner alias Cliffe and Ann his wife  QSB/1/97/42  1631/2

SAMLESBURY -- John Clayton likewise  QSB/1/97/43  1631/2

WORSTON -- Henry Smith, husbandman, to prosecute Richard Hearst, yeoman  QSB/1/97/44  1631/2

DUTTON -- William Carter, yeoman. to prosecute Adam Almon and Henrie Shay  QSB/1/97/45  1631/2

BRINDLE AND OSBALDESTON -- Richard Turner, linenwebster, bastardy on Isabell Sharples, spinster  QSB/1/97/46  1631/2

CHAPEL HOUSE -- Raphe Hey, yeoman, to appear at Sessions at instance of John Hey  QSB/1/97/47  1631/2

OSWALDTWISTLE AND LITTLEBOROUGH -- James Baron, blacksmith, bastardy on Mary Newall, spinster  QSB/1/97/48  1631/2

THORNLEY -- William Crosse, bastardy on Gennet Ryheley now wife of Thomas Seller, wheelwryght  QSB/1/97/49  1631/2

HEPTONSTALL, co.York and BLACKBURN -- Michael Crosley, chapman, A for "selling and measuring wollen cloath with a false measure in the open faire and markett"  QSB/1/97/50  1631/2

HEY HOUSES -- John Halliday, gent. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/97/51  1631/2

MELLOR -- William Ward, fustianweaver, and Ellen Ward, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/97/52  1631/2

OLIVIGER -- John Hey, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions at instance of Raphe Hey of Chappell House  QSB/1/97/53  1631/2

COLNE -- Ambrose Smith, collier, bastardy on Elizabeth Hartley, spinster  QSB/1/97/54  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD & READ -- John Gollard, mason, bastardy on Jennett Bayley,spinster  QSB/1/97/55  1631/2

ACCRINGTON -- Roger Pillin, collier, bastardy on Jenett Stephenson,spinster  QSB/1/97/56  1631/2

WHALLEY -- George Seller, wheelwright, bastardy on Thomasine Foster  QSB/1/97/57  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD -- Lawrence Piccoppe, yeoman, bastardy on Jennett Walmesley, spinster  QSB/1/97/58  1631/2

SAMLESBURY & KIRKHAM -- depositions concerning forestalling of groats by Thomas, son of John Walchman, milner  QSB/1/97/59  1631/2

DOWNHAM -- information concerning thefts from the mill by William Bowcock  QSB/1/97/60  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD -- information concerning scandalous words said against Sir Raphe Ashton by Christopher Mercer  QSB/1/97/61  1631/2

BALDERSTONE AND SAMLESBURY -- information concerning theft of gander by Alexander Gorner from John Haidocke, husbandman  QSB/1/97/62  1631/2

BALDERSTONE AND SAMLESBURY -- information concerning theft of gander by Alexander Gorner from John Haidocke, husbandman  QSB/1/97/63  1631/2

OVER DARWEN -- information concerning theft from Elizabeth wife of James Dewhurst by the sister of James Horredge  QSB/1/97/64  1631/2

OVER DARWEN -- information concerning theft from Elizabeth wife of James Dewhurst by the sister of James Horredge  QSB/1/97/65  1631/2

SAMLESBURY & BALDERSTONE -- information concerning theft of sheet by Alexander Gorner alias Cliffe from John Claiton, husbandman  QSB/1/97/66  1631/2

BAILEY -- information concerning the escape of Richard Dobson alias Spruce from confinement, he having been in Preston during plague  QSB/1/97/67  1631/2

OVER DARWEN -- denial of theft by Alice Horridge  QSB/1/97/68  1631/2

OVER DARWEN -- information concerning the same  QSB/1/97/69  1631/2

BAILEY -- information concerning wandering by Marie Linley, confined for plague contact  QSB/1/97/70  1631/2

GREAT HARWOOD -- information concerning bastardy of Jennett Walmesley and Lawrence Piccopp  QSB/1/97/71  1631/2

ALSTON -- assault by John Bankes upon Richard Harison and Ellen his wife  QSB/1/97/72  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE & SALESBURY -- information concerning difference between Edward Barnes, shoemaker, and Thomas Walmesley  QSB/1/97/73  1631/2

CLAYTON-le-DALE & SALESBURY -- information concerning difference between Edward Barnes, shoemaker, and Thomas Walmesley  QSB/1/97/74  1631/2

RIBCHESTER -- information concerning borrowing of money from Henrie Shaie, blacksmith, by Adam Almon, blacksmith  QSB/1/97/75  1631/2

RIBCHESTER -- information concerning borrowing of money from Henrie Shaie, blacksmith, by Adam Almon, blacksmith  QSB/1/97/76  1631/2

RIBCHESTER -- information concerning borrowing of money from Henrie Shaie, blacksmith, by Adam Almon, blacksmith  QSB/1/97/77  1631/2

WHALLEY -- information concerning bastardy of Tomasen Foster and George Seller  QSB/1/97/78  1631/2

FISHWICK -- petition against appointment of Henry, son of George Charneley, aged 14, as constable  QSB/1/97/79  1631/2

RAWCLIFEE -- letter from John Leckonbie of Eccleston to Edmund Fletewood concerning theft of a hawk, and Mr. Edward Kerbie's being in gaol  QSB/1/97/80  1631/2

WORSTON -- information concerning theft of ash-tree from Mrs. Frances Ashton  QSB/1/97/81  1631/2

HASLINGDEN -- informations concerning theft of meal  QSB/1/97/82  1631/2

HASLINGDEN -- informations concerning theft of meal  QSB/1/97/83  1631/2

Recognizance Roll: Wigan, Epiphany, 1631/2  QSB/1/98  1631/2

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/98/1  1631/2

GOLBORNE & HAYDOCK -- Henry Loton, skinner, to keep the peace to John Clarke, collier  QSB/1/98/2  1631/2

HARRINGTON -- Nicholas Mather, butcher, to keep the peace to William Ford, chapman  QSB/1/98/3  1631/2

WINWICK -- Roger Kerfoote, husbandman, to keep the peace to Margrett Dowson  QSB/1/98/4  1631/2

WINWICK -- Thomas Occleshaw of Hulme, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/98/5  1631/2

WINWICK -- John Lander, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/98/6  1631/2

RIVINGTON & HEATH CHARNOCK -- Thomas Breres, gent, John Crosse, Gent., James Symme, yeoman, and Thomas Shaw, gent., to keep the peace to George and John Blomeley  QSB/1/98/7  1631/2

WARRINGTON -- William Carter alias Killne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Peter Smyth, dawber  QSB/1/98/8  1631/2

CHILDWALL & HALEWOOD -- Thomas Broughton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Margery wife of Thomas Bennett, yeoman  QSB/1/98/9  1631/2

CHILDWALL & HALEWOOD -- Thomas Bennett, yeoman, to keep the peace to Thomas Broughton  QSB/1/98/10  1631/2

CHILDWALL & HALEWOOD -- John Broughton, yeoman, to keep the peace to Margery wife of Thomas Bennett  QSB/1/98/11  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Henry Morecrofte, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/12  1631/2

BURSCOUGH -- John Prescott, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/13  1631/2

HUYTON & ORMSKIRK -- Bartholomew Cade, clerk, bastardy on Margaret Vandrie, spinster  QSB/1/98/14  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Edward Simkin, shoemaker, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/15  1631/2

STANDISH -- William Pilkington, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/16  1631/2

KIRKBY -- Henry Powley, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/17  1631/2

KIRKBY -- Edward Powley, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/18  1631/2

WARRINGTON -- John Turner alias Stockeen, shoemaker, to keep the peace to Nicholas Scottson, yeoman  QSB/1/98/19  1631/2

WARRINGTON -- Alice wife of James Yeaton, chapman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/20  1631/2

GOLBORNE -- Henry Lowton, glover, to keep the peace to Nicholas Scottsone, constable  QSB/1/98/21  1631/2

STANDISH & ECCLESTON -- Elizabeth Lowe, Simon & Alice Twise, Anne & Jane Jameson, to appear at Sessions Elizabeth Denton, Mary Foster and Robert Webster  QSB/1/98/22  1631/2

BICKERSTAFFE & LATHOM -- Henry Swift, husbandman, to prosecute John Parpoynt, husbandman  QSB/1/98/23  1631/2

LATHOM -- John Parpoynt, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/24  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Henry Morcroft, tailor, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/25  1631/2

BURSCOUGH -- John Prescot, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/26  1631/2

ECCLESTON -- John Barrow, husbandman, to prosecute Richard Parre and Richard Talior for sheep stealing  QSB/1/98/27  1631/2

ECCLESTON -- Elizabeth Denton, widow, Mary wife of Matthew Foster, husbandman, and Robert Webster, junior, to appear at Session. Depositions concerning accusations of theft against them  QSB/1/98/28  1631/2

HINDLEY -- Ellis Hurste, husbandman, to prosecute against Margery Swyfte, married woman  QSB/1/98/29  1631/2

WINDLE & ECCLESTON -- Richard Parre, yeoman, to appear at Sessionto prosecute for theft of sheep from John Barrowe  QSB/1/98/30  1631/2

WINDLE & ECCLESTON -- Richard Talior, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/98/31  1631/2

DOWNHOLLAND -- John Moore of Haskeine, gent, to appear at Sessions. for enticing Thomas Martincrofte of Barton, joiner, covenanted servant to Sir Edward Stanley, bart  QSB/1/98/32  1631/2

DOWNHOLLAND -- Thomas Moore, husbandman. to appear at Sessions at instance of Sir Edward Stanley, bart  QSB/1/98/33  1631/2

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD & BURTONWOOD -- Ann Aynscowe, widow, to appear at Sessions. at instance of Ellen Hyndley and Ales Peacocke, spinsters  QSB/1/98/34  1631/2

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD & BURTONWOOD -- Ellen Hyndley and Ales Peacocke, to prosecute Ann Aynescowe  QSB/1/98/35  1631/2

BOLD -- Henry Jameson, yeoman, to appear at Sessions. for uttering counterfeit coin  QSB/1/98/36  1631/2

BEDFORD -- Giles Asley, webster, to appear at Sessions. at instance of Robert Browne, webster  QSB/1/98/37  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Robert Fidler, tallow-chandler, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/38  1631/2

UPHOLLAND -- Arthur Fartclough, gent. to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/39  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Robert Woodds, carrier, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/40  1631/2

GOLBORNE & HAYDOCK -- William Corles, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Ley, whitesmith  QSB/1/98/41  1631/2

ORMSKIRK -- Thomas Moorcroft, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/42  1631/2

WARRINGTON -- Nicholas Mather, alehousekeeper, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/43  1631/2

ATHERTON -- John Platt, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife, to keep the peace to Alice Tasker  QSB/1/98/44  1631/2

WINSTANLEY & WARDLE -- petition concerning bastardy and assault on Margaret Robinson by John son of Robert Winstanley, husbandman  QSB/1/98/45  1631/2

WINSTANLEY -- John Wynstanley, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/46  1631/2

RAINFORD -- Edmund Bispham, claypotter, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/98/47  1631/2

ECCLESTON & KNOWSLEY -- informations concerning thefts from Elizabeth Lawe, Simon Twisse, etc  QSB/1/98/48  1631/2

LATHOM -- informations concerning thefts of yarn from Mr. Briers  QSB/1/98/49  1631/2

BOLD -- informations concerning a counterfeit half-crown  QSB/1/98/50  1631/2

DOWNHOLLAND -- information concerning Thomas Martin-scroft of Barton, joiner, and Sir Edward Stanley, against whom John Moore of Haskeyne said scandalous words  QSB/1/98/51  1631/2

DOWNHOLLAND -- information concerning Thomas Martin-scroft of Barton, joiner, and Sir Edward Stanley, against whom John Moore of Haskeyne said scandalous words  QSB/1/98/52  1631/2

RIVINGTON & HEATH CHARNOCK -- warrant for arreat of Thomas Breares, John Crosse and James Symme, for threats to George Blummeley  QSB/1/98/53  1631/2

CHILDWALL AND HALEWOOD -- informations concerning assault on Thomas Broughton by Thomas Bennett  QSB/1/98/54  1631/2

BURTONWOOD -- informations concerning thefts by Ann Aynescowe  QSB/1/98/55  1631/2

ECCLESTON & WINDLE -- information concerning loss of sheep of Richard Parre by John Barrowe  QSB/1/98/56  1631/2

RAINFORD -- information concerning Edmond Bispham's entering a house at night  QSB/1/98/57  1631/2

LATHOM -- informations concerning theft of corn by John Parpoynt  QSB/1/98/58  1631/2

LATHOM -- informations concerning theft of corn by John Parpoynt  QSB/1/98/59  1631/2

KIRKBY -- assault by Edward Powley on Elizabeth Risley  QSB/1/98/60  1631/2

KIRKBY -- Warrant for arrest of Edward and Henry Powley  QSB/1/98/61  1631/2

DOWNHOLLAND -- warrant for arrest of John and Thomas Moore  QSB/1/98/62  1631/2

HUYTON & ORMSKIRK -- information concerning bastardy of Bartholomew Cade and Margaret Vawdrey  QSB/1/98/63  1631/2

BURTONWOOD -- letter concerning a highway through Dallam and the finishing of Penkfoarth Bridge  QSB/1/98/64  1631/2

PRESTON -- letter stating that plague has ceased and requiring permission to resume trade  QSB/1/98/65  1631/2

SUTTON -- complaints of disorderly house of William Chawner  QSB/1/98/66  1631/2

BURTONWOOD -- extract from manor-court record concerning stopping of highway  QSB/1/98/67  1631/2

WARRINGTON -- sessions order for maintenance of Alice Cundall  QSB/1/98/68  1631/2

Memorandum of sums of money  QSB/1/98/69  1631/2

HUYTON -- petition concerning maintenance of bastard of Bartholomew Cade  QSB/1/98/70  1631/2

HINDLEY -- petition for relief for Elizabeth Bradshaw  QSB/1/98/71  1631/2

NEWTON-in-MAKERFIELD -- relief for James Geaste, impoverished through sickness  QSB/1/98/72  1631/2

DERBY & LEYLAND HUNDREDS -- sessions order for swearing in of constables  QSB/1/98/73  1631/2

LATHOM & ORMSKIRK -- petition for maintenance of deserted child  QSB/1/98/74  1631/2

WESTLEIGH -- petition concerning collections for infected houses  QSB/1/98/75  1631/2

UPHOLLAND AND SKELMERSDALE -- statements concerning need for a new bridge  QSB/1/98/76  1631/2

ATHERTON -- petition concerning bastardy of Issabell Chowe alias Hatton and Gilbert Smythe, waller  QSB/1/98/77  1631/2

ECCLESTON & HESKIN -- petition for wages for John Procter, beadle, for watching against plague  QSB/1/98/78  1631/2

Recognizance Roll: Manchester, Epiphany, 1631/2  QSB/1/99  1631/2

BROUGHTON -- Robert Fletcher, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Margery Bradshaw, spinster  QSB/1/99/1  1631/2

BROUGHTON -- Anne wife of Robert Fletcher, likewise  QSB/1/99/2  1631/2

BROUGHTON -- Edward Streete likewise  QSB/1/99/3  1631/2

TURTON -- Thomas Longworth, husbandman, and Alice Knowlles, spinster, to keep the peace to Roger Sharrocke, husbandman  QSB/1/99/4  1631/2

LONGWORTH & TURTON -- John Knowlles, husbandman, and Elizabeth Knowlles, widow, likewise  QSB/1/99/5  1631/2

LONGWORTH & TURTON -- Thomas Hutchinson, husbandman, likewise HORWICH -- Charles Grenehalgh, husbandman, to keep the peace to Lawrence Smawley, labourer  QSB/1/99/6  1631/2

TURTON -- Roger Sharrocke, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife, to keep the peace to Alice Knowlles, spinster  QSB/1/99/7  1631/2

HEAP -- Thomas Johnes, husbandman, to keep the peace to Robert Butterworth, woollenwebster  QSB/1/99/8  1631/2

HEAP -- Richard Johnes, badger, likewise  QSB/1/99/9  1631/2

WHITWORTH & ROCHDALE -- James Butterworth, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Burch, bailiff  QSB/1/99/10  1631/2

HEAP AND ASHWORTH -- Samuel Smyth, woollenwebster, to keep the peace to Thomas Kenion, woollenwebster  QSB/1/99/11  1631/2

WHITWORTH & ROCHDALE -- Robert Sheaperd, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Burch  QSB/1/99/12  1631/2

ASHWORTH & ROCHDALE -- James Fletcher, fuller, to keep the peace to John Birch, labourer  QSB/1/99/13  1631/2

SPOTLAND AND ROCHDALE -- Robert Healey of Lower Healey, yeoman, to keep the peace to John Birch, bailiff  QSB/1/99/14  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- Jane wife of Richard Smith, to keep the peace to John Birche  QSB/1/99/15  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- Marie wife of John Smethurst, likewise  QSB/1/99/16  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- Marie wife of John Scolefield, likewise  QSB/1/99/17  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- Abraham Whiteworth, likewise  QSB/1/99/18  1631/2

WALMERSLEY-with-SHUTTLEWORTH -- Roger Gryme, husbandman, to appear at Sessions at instance of Elizabeth Lech  QSB/1/99/19  1631/2

OLDHAM -- Sara wife of Robert Shaw, to keep the peace to Jone wife of John Ogden  QSB/1/99/20  1631/2

ROCHDALE AND SPOTLAND -- John Lees, webster, to keep the peace to James Wolfenden  QSB/1/99/21  1631/2

ROCHDALE & SPOTLAND -- Edmund Haslone, shereman, likewise  QSB/1/99/22  1631/2

ROCHDALE AND SPOTLAND -- John Hopwood, butcher, likewise  QSB/1/99/23  1631/2

DAVYHULME -- Thomas Parryn, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Anne Bente, widow  QSB/1/99/24  1631/2

WESTHOUGHTON & ATHERTON -- Robert Rigbye, husbandman, to keep the peace to John Greene, weaver  QSB/1/99/25  1631/2

WESTHOUGHTON AND ATHERTON -- Adam Rigbye, husbandman, likewise  QSB/1/99/26  1631/2

OLDHAM -- Anne wife of Edmund Taylior of Horsedge, gent, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/27  1631/2

MANCHESTER -- John Barlowe, linenwebster, to keep the peace to Robert Woofenden  QSB/1/99/28  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- Katherine wife of Ellis Chadwicke, to keep the peace to John Birch  QSB/1/99/29  1631/2

ARDWICK -- Thomas Smyth, chapman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/30  1631/2

CHADDERTON -- Thomas Mathew, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/31  1631/2

SPOTLAND & ROCHDALE -- James Hallowes, woollenwebster, to appear at Sessions for theft of brass and pewter  QSB/1/99/32  1631/2

THORNHAM -- Anne wife of Robert Brereley of Snypleach, husbandman, to appear at Sessions for uttering false coin  QSB/1/99/33  1631/2

NEWTON -- Robert Tayler, labourer, bastardy on Elizabeth Cloughe  QSB/1/99/34  1631/2

CHADDERTON -- William Whittaker, Linenwebster, to appear at Sessions for theft of five geese from William Radclyffe, esq  QSB/1/99/35  1631/2

BURY -- Ellis Holt, blacksmith, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/36  1631/2

OLDHAM -- Robert Taylior, yeoman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/37  1631/2

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Robert Doson, husbandman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/38  1631/2

ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Alice wife of John Smythe, yeoman, to appear at Sessions for theft of linen yarn from James Taylor and Adam Baggaley ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Jane wife of Abrah Butterworth to give evidence against Alice Smythe  QSB/1/99/39  1631/2

OVER HULTON -- John Snape, webster, to appear at Sessions ZOVER HULTON -- Roger Pendlebury, chapman. to prosecute John Snape for theft of fustian  QSB/1/99/40  1631/2

GORTON & ASHTON-under-LYNE -- James Taylor, to prosecute Alice wife of John Smyth for theft of linen yarn FAILSWORTH & ASHTON-under-LYNE -- Adam Baggaley, yeoman, likewise  QSB/1/99/41  1631/2

CHADDERTON -- Robert Asshton, carrier, to prosecute Richard son of Ellisse Whittikar  QSB/1/99/42  1631/2

BARTON-upon-IRWELL & RADCLIFFE -- Ralph Leaver of Monton, gent. to prosecute George Bromeley, webster, for theft  QSB/1/99/43  1631/2

ROCHDALE & SPOTLAND -- Joseph Whitworth, waller, to give evidence against James Hallowes of Longeacres, woollenwebster, for theft of brass mortar from Susan Ogden, widow, and pewter flagon from Katherine Aspinall, widow  QSB/1/99/44  1631/2

ROCHDALE & SPOTLAND -- Susan Ogden and Katherine Aspinall, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/45  1631/2

SPOTLAND -- Edmund Hayward of Hill House, husbandman, to prosecute Robert Maden, labourer, for theft of blanket from John father of E.H  QSB/1/99/46  1631/2

SPOTLAND -- James Heyward of Hillhowses, husbandman, to prosecute Anne and Ellen Street and Katherine Chadwicke, for theft of sheets  QSB/1/99/47  1631/2

DENTON & CHADDERTON -- William Ratcliffe, esq. to prosecute William Whitecare and Thomas Mathewe for theft of geese  QSB/1/99/48  1631/2

RADCLIFFE -- George Bromeley, webster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/49  1631/2

SPOTLAND -- Robert Maden, labourer, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/50  1631/2

CHADDERTON -- Richard son of Ellis Whittikar, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/51  1631/2

WHITWORTH & SPOTLAND -- Katherine wife of Ellis Chadwicke of Phalenge, fuller, to appear at Sessions for theft from John Hayward of the Hill House  QSB/1/99/52  1631/2

MIDDLETON -- Anne Streete, spinster, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/53  1631/2

BOLTON -- Richard Tyldsley, shereman, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/54  1631/2

BREIGHTMET & HARWOOD -- George Haslam, webster, bastardy on Alice Crompton, spinster  QSB/1/99/55  1631/2

PENDLEBURY -- Thomas Seddon, linenweaver, bastardy  QSB/1/99/56  1631/2

OLDHAM -- John Heape, labourer, to keep the peace to John Leaver, gent  QSB/1/99/57  1631/2

TOTTINGTON -- Elizabeth Howorth, spinster, bastardy  QSB/1/99/58  1631/2

OLDHAM -- Caleb Taylior, webster, to keep the peace to John Leaver, gent  QSB/1/99/59  1631/2

BLACKLEY -- Henry Jackson, bailiff, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/60  1631/2

MANCHESTER -- Edmund Marler, bailiff, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/61  1631/2

BLACKLEY -- John Dosen, bailiff, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/99/62  1631/2

OLDHAM -- Thomas Hubbard, feltmaker, to keep the peace to John Leaver, gent  QSB/1/99/63  1631/2

BARTON-upon-IRWELL & FLIXTON -- William son of John Holland, husbandman, bastardy on Anne Carrington, spinster Order for maintenance  QSB/1/99/64  1631/2

CHADDERTON & DENTON -- informations concerning theft of geese by William Whitecare and Robert Tompin  QSB/1/99/65  1631/2

More  QSB/1/99/66  1631/2

ROCHDALE & SPOTLAND -- information concerning thefts by James Hallowes  QSB/1/99/67  1631/2

NORTH MEOLS -- informations concerning threats and extortion by Thomas Brommeley and others, alleged sheriffs bailiffs  QSB/1/99/68  1631/2

BURY -- information concerning stabbing of John Batersby by Ellis Holt, blacksmith  QSB/1/99/69  1631/2

TURTON -- informations concerning poisoning of Alice Knowlles  QSB/1/99/70  1631/2

OVER HULTON -- informations concerning theft of fustian by John Snape  QSB/1/99/71  1631/2

OLDHAM -- informations concerning damage to hounds of Mr.Joshua Cudworth  QSB/1/99/72  1631/2

GORTON -- informations concerning theft of yarn from James Taylor, yeoman  QSB/1/99/73  1631/2

FAILSWORTH -- informations concerning theft of yarn from Adam Baggaley  QSB/1/99/74  1631/2

CHADDERTON -- informations concerning theft of geese  QSB/1/99/75  1631/2

SALFORD -- letter concerning disposal of money for the poor  QSB/1/99/76  1631/2

BREIGHTMET & HARWOOD -- order for maintenance of bastard of George Haslam, webster and Alice Crompton, spinster  QSB/1/99/77  1631/2

LOSTOCK -- petitions for habitation from Myles Pendlebury, husbandman  QSB/1/99/78  1631/2

BREIGHTMET -- certificate of town for John Greenhaugh to build a house adjoining his smithy  QSB/1/99/79  1631/2

Sessions Order for restitution of Thomas Warburton  QSB/1/99/80  1631/2

ROCHDALE -- petition for discharge of John son of George Adkinson from apprenticeship to Richard Lawranson, shoemaker  QSB/1/99/81  1631/2

RIVINGTON -- Sessions Order for discharge of Thomas Breres, gent, James Syme and John Crosse from attendance  QSB/1/99/82  1631/2

BARTON-upon-IRWELL & LITTLE LEVER -- informations concerning thefts by George Bromeley from barn of Ralph Leaver, gent  QSB/1/99/83  1631/2

FAILSWORTH & ASHTON-under-LYNE -- informations concerning theft of yarn from Adam Baggaley, yeoman  QSB/1/99/84  1631/2

SPOTLAND & WHITWORTH -- informations concerning theft from Edmund Hayward of Hillhowse, walker  QSB/1/99/85  1631/2

MIDDLETON -- informations concerning sheets  QSB/1/99/86  1631/2

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/99/87  1631/2

SPOTLAND -- informations concerning theft from walkemilne of John Heyward  QSB/1/99/88  1631/2

Much rubbed indenture, signed by William Gerard of Ince-in-Makerfield, used as wrapper for roll  QSB/1/99/89  1631/2

Recognizance Roll: Lancaster, Easter, 1632  QSB/1/100  1632

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- John Wilson of Newtowne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Gardner  QSB/1/100/1  1632

WHITTINGTON -- James Wilson of Newtowne, husbandman, to keep the peace to Thomas Gardner the younger of Salthouse  QSB/1/100/2  1632

BROUGHTON-in-FURNESS -- Anthony Standley, husbandman, to keep the peace to William Jackeson "and the Lord of Darby his deare or game"  QSB/1/100/3  1632

CATON -- Margaret Bland, widow, Margaret Robinson, spinster, to keep the peace to Elizabeth Hodgson  QSB/1/100/4  1632

CATON -- Elizabeth wife of John Hodgson, husbandman, John and Robert his sons, to keep the peace to Margaret Bland  QSB/1/100/5  1632

CLAUGHTON -- William France, husbandman, to keep the peace to Alice wife of Thomas France  QSB/1/100/6  1632

CLAUGHTON -- Elizabeth wife of Nicholas Shawe, to appear at Sessions  QSB/1/100/7  1632

DALTON-in-FURNESS -- Thomas Gardner, junior, of Salthouse, husbandman, to keep the peace to James Wilson  QSB/1/100/8  1632

WARTON -- William Ewan of Moss-syde, husbandman, bastardy on Sibell Russell, widow  QSB/1/100/9  1632

Letter from Harry Parke, Hornby Castle, asking for William Cooke to be continued as High Constable  QSB/1/100/10  1632

WHITTINGTON, BURROW & TUNSTALL -- warrant for arrest of Thomas Leake, husbandman  QSB/1/100/11  1632

List of badgers licensed  QSB/1/100/12  1632

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