Searching for "TYLDESLEY"

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    Unit Name Type of Unit Containing Unit (and Type)
    TYLDESLEY LG_Ward Parish-level Unit BLACKPOOL MB/CB (Local Government District)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    ATHERTON Lancashire rebuilt in 1810. There are Baptist and Unitarian chapels, and a national school. The subdistrict includes Tyldesley-cum-Shakerley. Pop., 11,936. Imperial
    BEDFORD Lancashire Tyldesley and Kenyon branch railway, 1 mile ENE of Leigh; and has a station on the railway. Post Town, Leigh Imperial
    BLACKPOOL Lancashire Tyldesley and the retreat of the Pretender in 1715 while the measures were in progress for the rebellion, stood a the west Imperial
    BURNHAM Buckinghamshire Tyldesley; and some small remains of it still exist. A fragment of an ancient forest bears the name of Burnham Imperial
    ELLENBROOK Lancashire Tyldesley. The living is a p. curacy. Value, £137. Patron, the Earl of Ellesmere. The church is in the Norman Imperial
    HINDLEY Lancashire Tyldesley railway 1½ and 3¾ miles from Wigan, and the hamlet of Hindley Common, which is 4 miles Imperial
    LANCASHIRE Lancashire Tyldesley, Ulverston, and Widnes. There are nearly 900 smaller towns, villages, and hamlets. The chief seats in the county are Knowsley Imperial
    LEIGH Lancashire Tyldesley to Bradshaw-Leach, and near the Bolton and Kenyon branch of the Northwestern railway, 7¼ miles SW by S of Bolton Imperial
    LONDON AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY London Tyldesley and Wigan, with branches to Bedford and Leigh, opened in 1864; the constriction of new lines, upwards of a mile Imperial
    Shackcrley Lancashire Shackcrley . See TYLDESLEY WITH SHACKERLEY. Bartholomew
    Tildesley Lancashire Tildesley , Lancashire. See TYLDESLEY. Bartholomew
    Tyldesley Lancashire Tyldesley , town and township with ry. sta., Leigh par., SW. Lancashire, 5 miles S. of Bolton and 10 miles NW. of Manchester Bartholomew
    TYLDESLEY Lancashire TYLDESLEY , a town, and a township-chapelry, in Leigh parish, Lancashire. The town stands on the Manchester and Wigan railway Imperial
    WIGAN Lancashire Tyldesley, a fine ancient parochial church restored in 1856, a handsome church of 1841 with tower and lofty spire, a beautiful Imperial
    WORSLEY Lancashire Tyldesley, and Wigan railway, 6½ miles WNW of Manchester; and has a post-office‡ under Manchester, a r. station Imperial
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