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Fenwick [née Benison], Annlocked

(1724–1777)
  • Nicholas McArdle

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Fenwick [née Benison], Ann (1724–1777), Roman Catholic litigant and heir, was the only child of Thomas Benison (1696–1735), a Lancaster attorney, and his wife, Ann Dowbiggin (1694–1762), widow of a Mr Winder. The Benisons had been landowners in Hornby and Roeburndale, a few miles west of ...

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Lancashire Record Office, Preston
L. Namier & J. Brooke, eds., , 3 vols. (1964); repr. (1985)