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ROLL 58 - 1687

Box 1.  Roll 58   Easter Leet 2nd April  1687
Henry Orrell for assaulting Michael Jackson

Mary the wife of Laurence Taylor "did entice Wm. Taylor to
depart and Leave his Masters Service" And William Warburton
did the like. And that the said Laurence "knoweing the said
William to bee inticed from his Service did and does harbor
him with his masters goods"

That Adam Banckes junior and Ralph Dean "being duely
elected gatewaiters for this towne did refuse their oath
and offices"

The highway leading from Walgate end to Adam Bridge to be

Mr Pilkington for allowing a well to lie open and timber
to lie in the street

Laurence Marsden, James Bullock, John Owmsworth and Michail
Jackson gatewaiters for neglect of office.

John Prescott and William Scott bellfounder for allowing
timber to lie in the street.

Elizabeth Barow the younger widow and Mrs Lidia Banckes for
allowing "horse Stones" to lie in the street.

Johathon Walton for throwing garbage into the river and
keeping a greyhound

John Standish and William Baldwin shoemaker for harbouring
William Doson and two journeymen - foreigners

Laurence Ormerod for turning a watercourse on to the back
door of Edward Rigby gentleman

Francis Battersby for neglecting his ditch, Oliver Bibby
for not cutting the hedge between his tenement and John
Holinhead's, Gilbert Letherbarrow for the like

James Ascroft a foreigner

George Shaw for harbouring Richard Knight, a foreigner

Ralph Dean for keeping a greyhound

Richard Mortt for allowing his swine to stray

Ralph Platt and Mr Thomas Cooper for allowing their
dunghills to lie in the street

Elizabeth Ashton widow for allowing her swine to stray

Thomas Marsden and John Markland for allowing timber to lie
in the street

Christian Carter widow for harbouring Roger Jones, a foreigner

Hugh Platt for taking away the hedge between his tenement
and John Thornes.

Mr Robert Ford for allowing timber to lie in the street

Laurence Ormerod, John Catterall, William Foster, butcher,
John Carter, Ralph Orrell, Hugh Baron, Robert Boys, Laurence
Anderton alderman, Thomas Acton, Mrs Deane, James Tarleton,

William Greene, Roger son of Hugh Bullocke, Edward
Markland, Richard Aspinall, Thomas Mortt, Richard Green,
Thomas Marsden, Elizabeth Banckes widow, James Low,
Humphrey Mather, Roger Scott, alehouse keeper, Thomas
Catterall, Thomas Green, Adam Bancks, James Leyland, Ralph
Deane, Gerard Ford, Ellen Marsden, Steven Platt, William
Banckes, Alderman Sumpner, Mr Letherbarrow, Arthur Ford,
John Jolly, Ambrose Jolly brazier, Mr Weaver, Thomas Hoghton,
Alice Kirby widow, Richard Hay, John Johnson, Thomas Lowe,
Gilbert Wood and -- Edge for not cleaning the street &c.

April 16th
Hugh Langshawe butcher for assaulting a stranger

Robert Orrell brazier for harbouring John Clare a foreigner

William Scott bellfounder for allowing the root of a tree
to lie in the River Douglas to the prejudice of Thomas Burges.

Bertie Entwistle Esq for allowing his dog to go unmuzzled

Gilbert Holinehed for allowing his swine to stray

Grace the wife of Alexander Barker "is a Comon Scould and
didturber of her neighbors"  fined 2s. or to be bridled
from the old Hall to the top of Standishgate.

Peter Mortt for allowing two dogs to go unmuzzled and
Charles Leigh the same

Henry Fleetwood for erecting a horse stone in the street

James Seddon, Thomas Deane and Edward Wood for allowing

earth, stones &c. to lie in the street.

William Parron and Margaret Deane for allowing their
stocks and blocks to lie in the street

Ralph Sale, Ralph Jolly, Margaret Deane, Geoffrey Sherrington,
Hugh Baron, Michael Jackson and Thomas Ireland for
allowing their cops to lie in the street.

Anne Casson and Elizabeth Ashton widow for allowing
dunghills to lie in the street

Richard Mortt for allowing his swine to stray

Alice Deane widow for assaulting Ralph Deane

Ralph Wood taylor for allowing the yarding between his house
and Robert Townley's to fall down.

Charles Holcroft and Hugh Langshawe for keeping two hounds

James Leyland plasterer for keeping two beagles

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