disafforestation of Wirral.

by Ronald Stewart-Brown

Publisher: Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire in Liverpool

Written in English
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Repr. from the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire 1907.

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Open LibraryOL18160358M

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Baines, in Lancashire and Cheshire Past and Present (i. ), gives the date of the Charter of Edward III. correctly, and may have known of its contents. It seems, however, that Wirral was disafforested.

1 edition, vol. 2 History of the Hundred of Wirral, p. Disafforestation, which referred to the people as having ‘sustained so much in the way of damage, oppression and loss on account of the forest there’. After the disforestation five enclosed deer parks were maintained in Bidston, Hooton, Shotwick, Puddington and Neston.

Domesday BookFile Size: 61KB. Disafforestation of Wirral. book (/ ˈ w ɪr əl /), also known as The Wirral, is a peninsula in North West roughly rectangular peninsula is about 15 miles (24 km) long and 7 miles (11 km) wide and is bounded by the River Dee to the west that forms a boundary with Wales, the River Mersey to the east, and the Irish Sea to the north.

Historically, Wirral was wholly within Cheshire; in the Domesday Book, its. Manor of Storeton was proved by Sir William Stanley, and upon the disafforestation of Wirral in a grant of 20 marks per annum was made to his son as a compensation for loss of fees and.

perquisites attached to that ancient office. This Sir William had two disafforestation of Wirral. book, the younger, Sir John Stanley, married Isabella, sole heiress of Sir Thomas Lathom, Knight, and upon his death settled at Lathom, in. Local history of the Wirral spanning over years of history.

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Before the Disafforestation of Worrall all the flat land called the Moss on which the salt tide flows was a Wood insomuch that I have heard Richard Watt say that he head old people to say, that a man might have gone out of treetops from the Meoles to Birkenhead, a token whereof in finding of large tree tops when getting of turves, which roots lyes a great way in the sea at this Present.

Nine things you might not know about Wirral: secret tunnels, Gogglebox and the Wirral Horn The first literary mention of Wirral is in 14th Century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Share. The name was given to the Hundred of Wirral around the 8th century, although by the time of the Domesday Book and for some time afterwards the name of the hundred changed to the Hundred of Wilaveston, which later became Willaston.

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61, confirming the disafforestation of Wirral was granted by Edward III.' Disafforestation apparently produced little immediate effect, for in a special commission was issued (C. 9 and 10 Ric. 2 (8)) empowering Vivian Foxwist and John de Tyldesleigh to arrest.

Domesday Book records over twenty manors in north Wirral, with one large manor, Eastham, embracing most of the Mersey shore. In the moated manor house at Irby was granted to the monks of Chester abbey which also acquired the moated court house at Bromborough Pool.

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20 July Charter of disafforestation of Wirral issued. Major repairs to the Old Dee Bridge. Norton Priory becomes a mitred abbey. Richard II visits Chester with many of his nobles. Lands in the march of Wales added to Cheshire, and it is promoted to the rank of principality.

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