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The Andertons of Lostock. by Roger Hargreaves

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Published by R. Hargreaves in Lostock .
Written in English


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James Anderton (–) was an English Catholic aristocrat.. He belonged to the well-known Catholic Anderton family who lived at Lostock Hall, Lostock, in the parish of Bolton le Moors, in Lancashire, and inherited a large estate from his parents, Christopher and Dorothy he married Margaret Tyldesley. Like his father he became a lawyer, and in succeeded his father as. The estates were divided, and Lostock was joined with Anderton as part of the Stonor share and descended with it, but has recently been sold by Mr. Charles Joseph Stonor. No manor is claimed. The partition of the Lostock estates was made in under a private Act, but possession was delayed by lawsuits until In John Anderton, a. Extract from "The Andertons of Lostock", p9 - 11 by R. Hargreaves, Heaton Rd, Lostock privately printed, The involvement of the Anderton family in the writing and printing of books, tracts and treatises is convincingly argued by Arthur J. Hawkes in the paper read before the Bibliographical Society on 15th February History Toponymy. The name Anderton is derived from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Eandred and the Old English word tun - meaning the settlement belonging to Eandred. It gives its name to the Anderton family who branched out into Clayton-le-Woods, Euxton, Lostock, Birchley Hall and other places throughout Lancashire.. Early history. A Neolithic or Bronze Age stone, with a cup and ring mark District: Chorley.

Lostock Hall Gatehouse is an Elizabethan building. The now demolished Lostock Hall, was built as a manor house for the Anderton family, it was a half-timbered building with four overhanging gables. Over the entrance door were the initials CAD, representing for . Vehicle Parking Car Parking is available at the Anderton Boat Lift. Charges are £2 for up to three hours, or £3 all day. Charges will operate from 10am till 8pm daily. Coaches park for free. It is advisable to book coach parties in advance to ensure parking is available. /5(K). “Lostock Tower formerly belonged to the Andertons, but has since merged into the hands of the Blundells of Ince. There is a story of wrong connected with one of the early Andertons, which has passed into a tradition, and is even yet a source of heart-burning to a family named Heaton, resident in a neighbouring township of the same name. Hotels near Anderton Boat Lift: ( km) The Hive at 52 ( km) Hartford Hall Hotel by Marston's Inns ( km) Foxley Brow House Bed and Breakfast ( km) Happy Guests Lodge ( km) Travelodge Northwich Lostock Gralam; View all hotels near Anderton Boat Lift on Tripadvisor/5(K).

The Andertons of Lostock. In James Anderton was born at Clayton Hall, He was to become a lawyer at London's Gray's Inn by the age of 20, and had built a house at Lostock Hall near Bolton. His cousin was reputed to be a farmer to Elizabeth I. Early Notables of the Anderton family (pre ) Notables of this surname at this time include: James Anderton () an English Catholic aristocrat who held Lostock Hall, Lostock. Laurence Anderton, alias Scroop (), was a learned English Jesuit. The grounds which surrounded Lostock's Hall got renamed as Lostock Hall, after the death of James de Lostock, by his daughter Magote (better known as Margery). Margery brought it in marriage to a Banastre, for John Banastre was described as of Lostock from to , William and his sons John and Richard in , John to , and. If you know what you want and are ready to book, you can call our booking team on or book online using the availability checker opposite.. All you have to do is choose your start location (you’re currently looking at holidays from Anderton), the date you want to go and the type of boat you want to go on, all the rest is optional to further refine your search.