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2 edition of register of St. Oswald"s, Winwick, Lancashire found in the catalog.

register of St. Oswald"s, Winwick, Lancashire

Winwick, Lancashire. Parish.

register of St. Oswald"s, Winwick, Lancashire

baptisms and burials, 1756-1806

by Winwick, Lancashire. Parish.

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Published by J.R. Bulmer) in (Warrington, Lancashire .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited ...by J.R. Bulmer.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 269 p. ;
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19707900M

St Oswald's House is a Victorian property that has been converted into a modern care accommodation, retaining much of its original charm through supporting skilled care techniques. Residential, nursing, respite, and palliative care are all available from St Oswald's, with the service having proven /5(38). Winwick, St Oswald Marriages Page 3 of 3 Monday, 24 October Name Date Spouse Comment Ellen 22 May John Whittle both of this parish Margaret 13 Dec John Whittle both of this parish Margaret 5 Dec James Turner both of this parish Deborah 25 Nov John Hesford both of this parish Ann 6 May Oliver Lucas both of this parish.

Lancashire folklore, legends, ghosts, local history. Winstanley Hall, in Wigan, was built by the Winstanley family who had owned the land here since at least the 13 th century. The oldest part of the present hall was built in the middle of the 15 th century. Other wings were added in the 17 th and 18 th centuries.. In , Winstanley Hall was the scene of a series of terrible events .   sj 69 sw winwick c.p. golborne road (west side) 2/18 Church of St Oswald 9/8/ GV I.

  St Oswald 28th of July Thomas Pennington of this parish Sarah Hindley of this parish witness to marriage Richard Calland and George H Walker married by licence Thomas was a bricklayer on his daughters baptisms at St Oswalds, Ann abode Hulme Joseph ,abode Hulme Mary ,abode Hulme Then Sarah daughter of Thomas and Sarah. St Oswalds is a care home located in Warrington. Their full address is 12 Golborne Road - Winwick - Warrington - Cheshire - WA2 8SZ. Below you will find their full profile which includes ratings, services provided, website (when available), directions, phone number, and more.


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Register of St. Oswald"s, Winwick, Lancashire by Winwick, Lancashire. Parish. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Domesday book: Cheshire Published: () The parish registers of St. Chad, Saddleworth: in the county of York, containing the marriages, baptisms, and burials, from towith supplement and appendix, containing additional information connected with the church, and a fragmentary history of Saddleworth-cum-Quick Published: ().

From: The Register of St Oswald's, Winwick, Lancashire Transcribed, edited and indexed by J. Bulmer B.A. () William H. of Haydock Ann d. of John & Ann H. of Lowton Parnell (sic) w of Thomas H. of Lowton John s. of James & Margaret H.

of Lowton Margaret w. of James H. of Lowton 3 Sep Mary d. John & Mary H. Lancashire book of Haydock. From: The Register of St Oswald's, Winwick, Lancashire Transcribed, edited and indexed by J. Bulmer B.A. () TW, John CLEGG, Thos ROBINSON. 2 Nov John x LOWE and Margaret x HOUGHTON Peter GORSE, TW 13 Feb George x CUNDLIFFE and Jane x HOUGHTON TW, Joseph PILLINGFile Size: 52KB.

St Oswald Church of England, Winwick Lancashire genealogy. Baptisms. available from Lancashire Parish Register Society volume - CD ; available from Lancashire book Parish Register Society volume - CD ; Lancashire Parish Register Society held by Lancashire Record Office LPRS - Printed ; Lancashire Parish Register Society held by Lancashire.

Church history St Oswald's Church was mentioned in the Domesday Book, written inand although the current building has been extended and altered over the years, the roots of the church have been part of the Winwick for over 's really quite something - and as you set foot through the doors of our beautiful church, you are walking in the footsteps of.

The district around Winwick was known as `Makerfield’ and it is thought the Oswald died near the site of the Church – although it is only fair to say that many scholars support the claims of Oswestry. It is significant that there is a well, known as “St.

Oswald’s well” a. The church stands above the village of Winwick on raised ground, welcoming all who pass through. There is evidence that Christianity has been practiced on the site for over 1, years. Winwick is mentioned in the Domesday Book and the church is an integral part of the area's history and community.

The Register for Marriages at St Oswald - with Surname Index. The Register for the years - is divided into batches covering 8 years Batches for the individual years may be accessed via the links below - - - The Register for Marriages at St Oswald - with Surname Index.

The Register for Marriages at St Oswald. OS grid reference: SJ St Oswald’s parish church is located on Church Walk, off Golborne Road, in the middle of Winwick Village, in Lancashire (it used to be in Cheshire). It is a largerly 14th century building on the site of a pre-Conquest chapel and prior to that a pre-Christian, pagan temple.

Samuel Lewis' A Topographical Dictionary of England, (Winwick (St. Oswald)) Land and Property The Return of Owners of Land in for Lancashire is available to on: Winwick, Lancashire.

On the exterior of St. Oswald’s Church in Winwick, Warrington, are two figures representing St. Oswald and St. Antony. Just to the side of St. Antony’s foot is another little carving, worn with time, which some believe to be a lion, the emblem of a local family, the Gerards.

Such is the sensible history. Others. Winwick (St. Oswald) WINWICK (St. Oswald), a parish, in the union of Warrington, hundred of West Derby, S. division of Lancashire; containing, with the township of Houghton with Middleton and Arbury, inhabitants, of whom are in the township of Winwick with Hulme, 3 miles (N.) from on: Winwick (St.

Oswald). England Lancashire Lancashire Parishes Guide to Winwick, Lancashire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: parish register transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records. Winwick (Saint Oswald) Churchyard, Winwick, Warrington, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom.

Records. Images. Cemetery page showing maps, records, and images of headstones in the Winwick (Saint Oswald) Churchyard, Winwick, Warrington, Cheshire, England, United Kingdom | BillionGraves Cemetery and Images.

Get the BillionGraves app now and help collect. St Oswald's Church, is in the village of Winwick, Cheshire, church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building.

It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Liverpool, the archdeaconry of Warrington and the deanery of nation: Anglican. The Register of St. Oswald's, Winwick, Lancashire [microform]: marriages / transcribed, edite The Registers of the Parish of Leigh, Lancashire from February to March [microform] / edited b.

To see the most up to date information please register for a free account. St Oswald (Winwick) submitted by Sunny Photo/plaque from above St Oswald's Cross showing the carvings on the cross arm, and what the original cross would have looked like.

It probably dates from the 7th-9th century, though there is uncertainty about that. Pam Keegan added a new photo to St Luke's Mothers' Union's timeline — at St Oswald's Church, Winwick.

May 9, Warrington, United Kingdom Lovely evening finding out about the history of this beautiful church with Rector June.5/5(9). Image: St Oswald's Well (Winwick) submitted by LivingRocks Holy Well / Spring in Cheshire This holy well is recorded as Pastscape Monument No.

which tell us this is: "A stone well chamber supposedly on the spot where St Oswald was killed at the battle of Maserfelth. The well chamber is square and measures metres across and is about 1.The register of the parish Church of St.

Leonard, Downham, / transcribed, edited, and indexed by William Bennett Price Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society by the Leyland Printing Co Leyland [England].

WINWICK, a township, a parish, and a sub-district, in Warrington district, Lancashire. The township lies 2 miles S by E of Newton r. station, and 2½ N of Warrington; bears the name of W.-with-Hulme; and has a post-office under Newton-le-Willows.St Oswald's Church stands at the centre of the village of Winwick on raised ground, welcoming all who pass through.

There is evidence that the Christian faith has been here for over 1, years and continues today. The Church building is mentioned in the Domesday Book and the church is an integral part of the area's history and community.Church of St Oswald is a Grade I listed building in Winwick, Warrington, England.

See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.