Lytham St.Annes Coat of Arms
Lytham St.Annes, Lancashire, England


 Treales, Roseacre, and Wharles, 1934


THREE villages—the first one mile N., the second three miles N., and the third 2½ miles N.N.E. from Kirkham—give name to a township which contains 4,100 acres, all belonging to the Earl of Derby. The township is in the parliamentary division of the Fylde, and in the Fylde county council division and union. The parish council consists of six members.

A neat CHURCH was erected here in 1855, at a cost of about £2,000. It contains 300 sittings, all free. The benefice is a vicarage value £371, in the patronage of the Vicar of Kirkham, and held by the Rev. Henry John Allen, M.A.

Here is a FREE SCHOOL, endowed out of Dr. Grimbaldeston's Charities, left in 1725. The poor are entitled to receive a few pounds a year arising from other bequests.

Population in 1851, 696 ; 1861, 632 ; 1871, 625 ; 1881, 560 ; 1890, 533 ; 1901, 492 ; 1911, 456 ; and 1921, 450. Rateable value, £2,026.

Parlsh Council.—Windham E. Hale, Esq. (chairman), John Porter, John Hesketh, Robert Cowburn and J. Shorrock Rural District Councillor : John Porter. Rating Officer : J. R. Stephenson.
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