La19 Isabel de Lathom



La19 Isabel de Lathom was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Lathom La20 and Joan Venables Ve20
Born: 1364
Married: Sir John de Stanley in 1385
Died 1414
 Thomas Stanley and Isabel Lathom had issue:

St18 John Stanley

 The earliest record of ANGLEZARKE shows that it was a dependency of the fee or barony of Manchester, and that Albert Grelley the younger (fn. 4) gave 2 oxgangs of land—apparently the whole of it—to Robert son of Henry de Lathom to hold by annual rent of 3s. (fn. 5) The Lathom family and their successors, the Stanleys, Earls of Derby, down to about 1600 continued to hold it (fn. 6) by the same tenure, and it was described as a manor.

From: 'Townships: Anglezarke', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 5 (1911), pp. 294-295. URL: Date accessed: 15 November 2008.
The priory of Burscough held land in the township by grant of Robert son of Richard de Lathom. (fn. 7) The Hospitallers also had lands there. (fn. 8) 
The Standishes of Duxbury held lands of the Earls of Derby, (fn. 9) and in the 17th century and later their estate is called the manor of Anglezarke, they having purchased the Stanley rights. (fn. 10) 
With other parts of the Standish of Duxbury estates it was in 1898 purchased by Mr. Percival Sumner Mayhew, but has recently been acquired by the Corporation of Liverpool in order to protect the Rivington water supply. (fn. 11) 
Other families that occur are the Anglezarkes, (fn. 12) Bulloughs, (fn. 13) Shaws, (fn. 14) Broadhursts, (fn. 15) and Willises. (fn. 16) 

From: 'Townships: Anglezarke', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 5 (1911), pp. 294-295. URL: Date accessed: 15 November 2008.


Inq. and Extents, loc. sup. cit. In 1202 an oxgang of land in Anglezarke was assigned as dower to Amabel, daughter of Simon, by Richard de Lathom; and in 1224 the 2 oxgangs in Anglezarke were included in a grant of Richard de Lathom to Simon de Grubbehead ; Final Conc. (Rec. Soc. Lancs. and Ches.), i, 11, 45.
6In 1246 Robert de Lathom was among the defendants in a claim for land which the plaintiffs alleged to be in Rivington; the jury decided it was in Anglezarke; Assize R. 404, m. 9. In 1302 Adam son of William de Sidale claimed a messuage and lands in Sidale in Anglezarke against Robert de Lathom and others, mostly Lathom people; but Robert adduced a quitclaim by the plaintiff; Assize R. 418, m. 9 d.
Robert de Lathom in 1320 held Anglezarke of the lord of Manchester by 3s. rent and puture; Mamecestre, ii, 290.
In 1334 Sir Thomas de Lathom, Thomas de Thornton, Robert del Bulhalgh, and William de Anderton were convicted of having disseised Richard son of Adam de Rivington of common of pasture in Anglezarke; Coram Rege R. 297, m. 94. For grant of free warren see Cal. Pat. 1338–40, p. 396. Thomas de Lathom had in or before 1343 leased 'Bronuleshol' and other lands in Anglezarke to Hugh de Swinley and Roger his son at a rent of 30s.; John de Swinley was the previous tenant; Add. MS. 32106, no. 1179. Messuages and lands in Anglezarke were included in a settlement of the estate of the younger Sir Thomas de Lathom in 1376; Final Conc. ii, 190.
In 1473 Thomas Lord Stanley held the lordship of Anglezarke with its appurtenances of the lord of Manchester by rendering puture, suit of court, and a rent of 3s.; Mamecestre, iii, 478. Thomas, Earl of Derby, in 1521 also held the manors of Childwall, Rainford, and Anglezarke of the Lord La Warre by fealty and the rent of 3s.; Duchy of Lanc. Inq. p.m. v, no. 68. A similar statement is made in the inquisition after the death of Ferdinando, Earl of Derby, in 1595; Add. MS. 32104, fol. 425b Anglezarke does not appear again among the Derby manors, so that it was probably sold about that time.
An account of the receipts during the minority of Edward, third earl, in 1523–4, shows that the free tenants—James Bulhalgh, Lawrence Ash, and Thomas Broadhurst—paid 15s. 1d.; the tenants at will, including John Lascelles for the capital messuage called Sidale, paid £8 2s. 8d.; the mine of lead and the delph of millstones had not produced any profit, but a new rent of 20d. had arisen from a watermill on the Blake Brook, erected by the tenant at his own expense, and that timber had been supplied from the lord's wood. No courts had been held. The 3s. rent had been paid to Lord La Warre. Broadcarr, Lee, Lowfield, Elmshaws, and Getelinghurst were field names; Derby Rent Roll in possession of the Earl of Lathom.

From: 'Townships: Anglezarke', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 5 (1911), pp. 294-295. URL: Date accessed: 15 November 2008.

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