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Map of Durham
Appleton Wiske, Crathorne, High Worsall, Hornby, Kirklevington, Low Worsall, Picton, DL6 2, TS15 0, TS15 9
Map of Flintshire
Axton, Ffynnongroyw, Gronant, Gwaenysgor, Gwespyr, Llanasa, Llawndy, Mostyn, Pen-y-ffordd, Picton, Talacre, Trelogan, CH8 9, LL19 9, LL18 6
Map of Yorkshire
Aislaby, Crathorne, High Leven, High Worsall, Kirklevington, Low Worsall, Picton, Yarm, TS16 0, TS15 0, TS17 0, TS15 9
Map of Flintshire
Backford, Blacon, Bridge Trafford, Chester, Guilden Sutton, Hoole, Littleton, Mickle Trafford, Mollington, Picton, Piper's Ash, Saughall, Upton, Upton Heath, Wervin, CH2 4, CH1 5, CH1 2, CH3 7, CH3 5, CH1 6, CH2 1
Map of Cheshire
Backford, Capenhurst, Dunkirk, Ellesmere Port, Great Sutton, Ledsham, Little Stanney, Little Sutton, Picton, Stanlow, Stoak, Thornton-le-Moors, Two Mills, Wervin, Whitby, Whitbyheath, CH2 4, CH1 6, CH65 4, CH66 4,
A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 2
of Castle Leavington and Picton, the township of Low Worsall, which since 1891 ... Castle Leavington 1,071 acres, Picton 1,004 acres. The soil is clay upon ... in other parts of the parish. 8 South of Low Worsall...
Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: Volume 11, the Welsh Dioceses (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids)
ratif. 28 June 1375 ( CPR. 1374-1377 p. 122). M. Thomas Picton ?-1403. D.
A History of the County of Durham: Volume 2
In February, 1340-1, we find the collation of Hugh de Picton, chaplain,
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4
Liverpool The castle and development of the town CASTLE The most important event of the period was the erection of the Liverpool Castle, which had taken place before 1235 and may safely be attributed to the first William de Ferrers. 1 There had...