The History Of The Parish Of Bispham In The County Of Lancaster by Henry FishwickThe History Of The Parish Of Bispham In The County Of Lancaster by Henry Fishwick

The History Of The Parish Of Bispham In The County Of Lancaster

byHenry Fishwick

Paperback | May 16, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 Excerpt: ...both the vicarage of Poulton (to which he was instituted 24 July, 1828) and the curacy of Bispham for some years, during which he lived at Bispham lodge--employing a curate who lived at Poulton. In 1835 he was instituted rector of North Meols, which he held for forty-one years. He resigned the curacy of Bispham in 1836; in 1850 he was appointed rural dean and proctor of convocation for the archdeaconry of Liverpool. During his long residence at Southport his name was associated with almost every charity in the town, All Saints church was built at his sole expense, and through his instrumentality many of the other churches were erected. 1 College Books. He died 15 July, 1876, aged 72, and was buried at North Meols. He married Anna Maria Alice, only daughter of Richard Saunders of Wennington hall, Esq., and had issue: Charles Fleetwood, died in infancy; Edward Fleetwood, died Oct., 1886; Anna Maria Fleetwood, Adelaide Fleetwood, Debonnaire Fleetwood, and Caroline Sumner Fleetwood (deceased). Bennett Williams, B.A., 1837--1850. Bennett Williams was the second son of Roger Hesketh Fleetwood Williams of St. George's, Bloomsbury, barrister-at-law, and Elizabeth his wife, who was the daughter of Richard Statham of Walton, near Liverpool, Esq., and was a descendant of Sir William Williams, bart., Speaker of the House of Commons in the time of Charles II. Bennet Williams of Bodelwyddan, county Flint, Esq., the grandfather of this curate of Bispham, married Sarah, the daughter of Roger Hesketh of North Meols and Margaret Fleetwood, his wife, who was the daughter of Edward Fleetwood of Rossall.1 Bennett Williams was born in 1813, he was educated at Winchester, and graduated at Queen's college, Oxford. He was appointed to the curacy of Bispham in 1837, and resigned in ...
Title:The History Of The Parish Of Bispham In The County Of LancasterFormat:PaperbackDimensions:52 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.11 inPublished:May 16, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1235990389

ISBN - 13:9781235990380