Catalogue description Inquisition and admittance: Eleanora Atherton and Lucy Willis, (as above No. DDCS 26/79)...

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Details of DDCS/26/80
Reference: DDCS/26/80

Inquisition and admittance: Eleanora Atherton and Lucy Willis, (as above No. DDCS 26/79) - equal shares in moiety of William Atherton's property in Prescot, messuage on the south side of Eccleston Street, formerly called Mr. Lyme's house, site of another messuage on the west side thereof formerly called the clerk's house with garden, orchard and coachhouse, all of which William Atherton converted to a lawn, pew in the west gallery of the Parish Church marked No. 1 with passageway, half part of pew on the south side of the south aisle, marked Oliver Lyme, new messuage made upon the site of the old Malt Kiln, Horse Mill and other buildings, messuage with backyard, orchard, garden and dunghill, where William Atherton built a stable and coachhouse; all on the south side of Eccleston Street; close at the top of Sparrow Lane called Sparrow Lane meadow (2 acres 1 rood 20 perches) with adjoining close called steep trash (2 acres 1 rood 36 perches) with free use of passageway, 5 yards wide, to the new road made by John Fazakerley, from Prescot Moss to the Prescot-Warrington turnpike road, two messuages on the south side of Eccleston Street with yard, orchard and garden (26 perches, 17 yards 1 foot front), plot of land with passageway on south side of the White Hart Inn leading from Eccleston Street - devised to the late Henry Atherton, their father, by the will of William Atherton of Prescot, Esquire subject to the life estate of Elizabeth Atherton, his wife. List of deeds attached. (draft)

Date: 7 Mar. 1823
Held by: Lancashire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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