Stanleys of Knowsley

a history of that noble family.... by William Pollard

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The Knowsley Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Liverpool, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay. Close to some of Liverpool's most popular landmarks, such as World Museum ( mi) and Mathew Street ( mi), The Knowsley Hotel is a great destination for tourists/5(59). The surname Knowsley was first found in Lancashire at Knowsley, now a large village and civil parish within the Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley in Merseyside. More commonly known as Knowsley Village, the village dates back to the Domesday Book where it was listed as Chenulueslei and literally meant "woodland clearing of a man called Cenwulf or. Book now. a Commercial Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool, Merseyside L5 5SP. Tel: Email: [email protected] City B&B | O’Tooles B&B. The Knowsley B&B. Clean and friendly budget accommodation in the heart of Liverpool. Rooms from just £ Great for groups, couples or individuals. 5 minutes from Liverpool city centre. The Knowsley Hotel Liverpool L5 was once a public house named The Knowsley Hotel owned by Peter Walker & Sons and built in and known to local people as the roundhouse pub. The property has two entrances the pub entrance on Stanley road which has ongoing construction work to convert the pub to become part of the Hotel to an Aparthotel/10().

  John Stanley (II), of Lathom and Knowsley, co. Lancaster, Lord of the Isle of Man, Knight of the Shire of Lancashire (), Justice of Cheshire (), Sheriff of Anglesey, Lieutenant of Ireland, Chamberlain of North Wales, b. ca. , succeeded father in , d. Children: Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley.   The Stanley Arms, Liverpool: See unbiased reviews of The Stanley Arms, rated 4 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked # of 1, restaurants in Liverpool.4/ TripAdvisor reviews. Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby was born circa He was the son of Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Lord Stanley and Joan Goushill.3 He married, firstly, Eleanor Neville, daughter of Richard de Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury and Alice Montagu, Countess of Salisbury, after 10 May He married, secondly, Lady Margaret Beaufort, daughter of. The Stanleys of Knowsley; a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. the earl of Derby, K.G. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M.P by William Pollard (Book).

From Wikipedia - if John [III] Stanley of the Isle of Man is Sir Thomas' father (likely): "Sir John Stanley (c. - ), was Knight Sheriff of Anglesey, Constable of Carnarvon, Justice of Chester, Steward of Macclesfield and titular King of Mann, the second of that name. Knowsley, metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of Merseyside, historic county of Lancashire, northwestern England, just east of ey takes its name from the parish of Knowsley, the seat of the earls of Derby and home of the Stanley family since the 14th century.. Apart from Prescot, which was an important watchmaking centre in the 18th century, most industrial development in. REVIEWS JJ. Bagley, The Earls of Derby, London, Sidgwick and Jackson, , xi + pp. £, There are many reasons to welcome the publication of JJ. Bagley's most recent book other than that it coincides with the five hundreth anniversary of the elevation of . Kenneth, you have raised an issue that I believe bears repeating. Too often, people are too quick to trace their roots to "across the pond" before they have concrete evidence of the line of descent that exists in the U.S. Additionally, there is this notion that the Stanley family are all descended from on original family in England - this is just plain false.

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The Earl Of DerbyAuthor: William Pollard. Lathom And Knowsley Introduction. The first extract is from P. Draper "The House of Stanley" pp / dealing with the original Lathom House destroyed during the Civil War, then follows two extracts from.

Abbeys, Castles and Ancient Halls: England and Wales vol. III North by John Timbs and Alexander Gunn & Co. [nd but c]. The coloured litho illustrations are from Historic. The Stanleys Of Knowsley: A History Of That Noble Family () [Pollard, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Stanleys Of Knowsley: A History Of That Noble Family ()Author: William Pollard.

William Pollard is the author of The Stanleys of Knowsley ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews), A Hand Book and Guide to Preston ( avg rating, 0 rat 4/5. The Stanleys were one of the great families of England whose main houses were at Knowsley and Lathom in south-west Lancashire between Liverpool and Ormskirk (see map).

These properties came from the marriage of Sir John to Isabel Lathom. The Stanleys of Knowsley; a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon. the earl of Derby, K.

and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. by William Pollard. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. The Stanleys of Knowsley; a history of that noble family, including a sketch of the political and public lives of the Right Hon.

the earl of Derby, K. and the Right Hon. Lord Stanley, M. P by Pollard, William, Family History. Lord Thomas Stanley was created the 1st Earl of Derby in after the Battle of Bosworth when Richard III lost the crown of England to Henry Tudor. The Earldom is a local title, coming from the Hundred of West Derby, an important administrative area until the 17th century which included Knowsley and the small port of Liverpool.

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the earl of Derby, K. and. Knowsley Hall has been awarded 5* Gold standard by Visit Britain and is the only stately home to carry this award. Currently, there are 16 en-suite bedrooms available to our guests. Each room has been individually designed by The Countess of Derby herself and are immaculately maintained to a high standard by our housekeeping team.

The family of the Stanleys, Earls of Derby, is second, says Sir Bernard Burke, to none in the Peerage of England; and I may add that the pages of history well attest the truth of the remark, on which the “last words of Marmion” have further set the seal of poetry.

Knowsley Hall is finely and conspicuously situated in the Hundred of West Derby, in the county of Lancaster, and thence, and.

InHenry VII created the Earldom of Derby, a distinction that has been passed down in the Stanley family ever since.

During this time, the Stanleys have played a significant role in the life of England, as politicians, sportsmen, patrons, and collectors. This book brings together a distinguished cast of contributors to explore the Stanleys’ legacy, with essays covering their leadership.

In addition to its small reference book section, the ARK houses a collection of rare books covering topics of local and regional interest, including the Stanleys, 19 th century Liverpool and Lancashire dialect.

We also house a significant special collection of local studies reference books and proceedings of local and family history societies. Edward Stanley, 1st Baron Monteagle KG (?–) was an English soldier who became a peer and Knight of the is known for his deeds at the Battle of Flodden.

Life. Born abouthe was fifth son of Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby, by his first wife Eleanor, daughter of Richard Neville, 5th Earl of was knighted during the reign of Edward IV by Richard, Duke of.

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the Earl of Derby, K.G., and. The Stanleys were an influential family, based in north-west England and north-east Wales, holding huge tracts of land in Cheshire and Lancashire. They were also hereditary Kings of Man.

Margaret arranged her marriage to Thomas Stanley in some haste, not even waiting for. Knowsley Hall is a stately home near Liverpool in the Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley, Merseyside, it has been designated a Grade II* listed building, and is the ancestral home of the Stanley family, the Earls of Derby.

The hall is surrounded by 2, acres (10 km 2) of parkland, which contains the Knowsley Safari Park. Though the hall is still owned by the Stanley family Architect: John Foster, William Burn, W. Knowsley Council, Liverpool. 9, likes 1, talking about this. Knowsley Council serves Cronton, Halewood, Huyton, Kirkby, Knowsley Village, Prescot & Whiston Followers: 10K.

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William Pollard, Stanleys of Knowsley (Liverpool, ); useful for recent history. Baines, Lancs. (ed. Croston), v, 81– Foster, Lancs. Pedigrees. Biographies of the more prominent members of the family are given in the Dict. of Nat. Biog. A fuller account of the descent will be found in the Pedigree Volume.

This history was narrated in Brian S. Roberts' book The House of Stanley. The Stanleys spread to Cheshire (Stourton and Alderley) and Lancashire (Ashton in Makerfield, Bickerstaffe, Lathon and Knowsley) and also elsewhere in England. These Stanleys included: the Stanley line at Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire which apparently died out.

Formed in Knowsley is a metropolitan borough in Merseyside made up of the towns and districts of Kirkby, Prescot, Huyton, Whiston, Halewood, Knowsley Village, Cronton and Stockbridge Village.

Knowsley is a significant part of Liverpool city region. cTEON xT fOR OuR STORY. Halewood: Huyton: Kirkby: Prescot: Stockbridge: Knowsley ARK: Home delivery:   STANLEY, EDWARD HENRY, fifteenth Earl of Derby (–), eldest son of Edward George Geoffrey Smith, fourteenth earl of Derby [q.

v.], by his wife, Emma Caroline, second daughter of Edward, first lord Skelmersdale, was born on 21 July Further Reading The Stanleys Bennett, Michael J.: 'English rule confirmed: the Isle of Man ', in: A New History of the Isle of Man, Volume 3: The Medieval Perioded.

by Sean Duffy and Harold Mytum (Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, ). PDF of all Knowsley Heritage walks. Huyton Heritage Walk.

Huyton is of ancient origin and is mentioned in the Domesday survey of as Hitune, possibly meaning ‘High Town’. Over the centuries it has been owned by several notable families: the Lathoms, the Stanleys (family name of the Earls of Derby), and the Molyneux-Seels.

Stanleys attorny takes zero with them because since the warden deleted zeros files there is no proof that zero is supposed to be at camp green lake. So he cant stay. Asked in Holes - Novel and Movie. In he was appointed bishop of Sodor and Man, but was deprived by Henry VIII in He was restored by Queen Mary inand died in He was author of a metrical chronicle of the Stanleys of Lathom, several copies of which are extant in manuscript (cf.

Stanley Papers, i. 16–17). Art, Animals, and Politics: Knowsley and the Earls of Derby by a distinction that has been passed down in the Stanley family ever since.

During this time, the Stanleys have played a significant role in the life of England, as politicians, sportsmen, patrons, and collectors. This book brings together a distinguished cast of contributors Pages: Richard Molyneux marched on Stanley tower with 1, men ready to do battle with the Stanleys.

The Stanleys were waiting in the tower with double the men – some waiting for the attack. Before a scouse civil-war broke out the Sheriff was called in and eventually an order from King Henry VI told them to ‘calm-down’ (more or less).