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The Haydock Papers; A Glimpse Into English Catholic Life Under the Shade of Persecution and in the Dawn of Freedom (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 12 sep 2013


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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 edition. Excerpt: ... Salt "No more the voice of feasting is heard amid those halls, The grass grows o'er the hearthstone, the fern o'ertops the walls." L. E. London. The old hall, now a farmstead, is situated between Kirkham and Lytham. It ceased to be occupied as a residence of the manorial lords, the Cliftons, either after the death of Cuthbert Clifton, a colonel in the royalist army in 1641, or during the lifetime of his brother, Sir Thomas Clifton, who was created a baronet in 1662, and died in 1694. The Cliftons maintained a priest at Westby throughout the days of persecution. If he was not at all times resident in the hall, owing to the surveillance of the pursuivants, he was not far distant, and perhaps sometimes there was more than one priest attending to the wants of the district. About 1585 the council was informed that " ffather Robinsonne is wth Mr. Cliffetonne of Molbricke an error for Westby or w M"" Tildestley at Standesaker " (Dom. Eliz. vol. clxxxv. No. 85, P.R.O.) The Rev. T. E. Gibson, in his history of Lydiate Hall, quotes a document in the Harleian mss.: "1586--Richard Brittain, a priest receipted in the house of Wm. Bennet of Westby about the beginning of June last, from whence young Mr. Norrice of Speke conveyed the said Brittain to the Speke as the said Bennet hath reported. The said Brittain remayneth now at the house of Mr. Norrice of the Speke, as appeareth by the deposition of John Osbadilston (by common report)." This was the presentment of the Vicar of Kirkham. The Benncts remained a good Catholic yeomanry family for long after this date. Thomas Bennett de Westby in Plumpton, was a recusant in 1638, and William and Robert Bennett and their wives appear in the recusant rolls between 1667 and 1679. The names of the various members...

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