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of Lancashire, England
Lancashire, A county of England, lying on the Irish Sea, and bounded by Cumberland, Westmoreland, Yorkshire, and Cheshire. It is 75 miles in length, and 30 in breadth. It is divided into 6 hundreds, which contain 27 market towns, 62 parishes, and 894 villages.
Barclay's Complete and Universal Dictionary of 1842
Combs &c. Records by Hundred and Parish in which Combs and Associated Families have been found thus far
- Hundred of Amounderness (None at this time)
- Hundred of Blackburn (None at this time)
- Hundred of Leyland (None at this time)
- Hundred of Lonsdale North (None at this time)
- Hundred of Lonsdale South (None at this time)
- Hundred of Salford (None at this time)
- Hundred of West Derby (None at this time)
To learn more about medieval terms for land see the ENGLAND: Land from Medieval to Present Day.
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