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BOLD MANOR

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The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

History:

Descent of manor

The Bold family's tenure of the manor can be traced back to the time of King Stephen. Peter Bold died in 1762, leaving six daughters. The eldest succeeded to Bold but died unmarried in 1813. She was succeeded by her nephew Peter Patten, who took the surname of Bold. He left four daughters on his death in 1819. Mary, the eldest, succeeded to Bold, but she died without issue in 1824. Bold then passed to her sister Dorothea, wife of Henry Hoghton. Their son, Henry Bold-Hoghton, sold the Bold estates in 1858. They were bought by William Whitacre Tipping, who was succeeded by Mrs. Wyatt of Hawley Parsonage, Hampshire. Ten years later the estate was purchased by a syndicate - the Bold Hall Estate, Limited.

Sources

A History of the County of Lancaster, Volume 3 (1907), pp.402-409.

Places:
  • Farnworth, Lancashire
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/M229608
Online related resources British History Online - A History of the County of Lancashire: Vol 3
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
1702-1702: survey
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies
NRA 29475 Lancs parishes
2
1727-1730: surveys, with other manors (2)
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies
NRA 29475 Lancs parishes
3
1800-1900: rack rents
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
4
1801-1801: verdict
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
5
1801-1801: call book
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
6
1811-1811: call book
Lancashire Archives
7
1811-1813: verdicts (3)
Lancashire Archives
8
1814-1814: chief rents, with other manors
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
9
1817-1824: verdicts (5)
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
10
1817-1824: call books (6)
Lancashire Archives
NRA 20897 Cross
11
1824-1824: verdict
Lancashire Archives
12
1824-1824: call book
Lancashire Archives

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