Pemberton, Greater Manchester

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Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England.wikipedia
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The area today serves as a predominantly residential suburb along with the adjoining area of Orrell and as a ward has a population of 13,638, increasing to 13,982 at the 2011 Census.
The area is contiguous with the district of Pemberton.

Metropolitan Borough of Wigan

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Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England.

County Borough of Wigan

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The former Pemberton Urban District was amalgamated into the County Borough of Wigan in 1904.
The adjacent township of Pemberton constituted the Pemberton Urban District from 1894 to 1904, when it became part of the county borough of Wigan.

Pemberton railway station

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The area is served by Pemberton railway station.
Pemberton railway station serves the Pemberton area of Wigan in Greater Manchester, England.

West Derby Hundred

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Historically a part of Lancashire, Pemberton was formerly a township and parish in the hundred of West Derby.

St John the Divine's Church, Pemberton

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St John the Divine's Church is in Church Street, Lamberhead Green, Pemberton, Wigan, Greater Manchester, England.

Hawkley Hall

Hawkley Hall was a mansion house in Pemberton, about 1.5 miles from Wigan and to the east of Goose Green.

Pemberton Urban District

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The former Pemberton Urban District was amalgamated into the County Borough of Wigan in 1904.
It included the township of Pemberton along with its constituent villages.

Wigan

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Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England.

Wards and electoral divisions of the United Kingdom

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Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England.

Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester, EnglandManchesterCounty of Greater Manchester
Pemberton is a mainly residential area of Wigan and an electoral ward of the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England.

River Douglas, Lancashire

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It lies on the southwestern bank of the River Douglas, contiguous to Wigan's town centre, and east of the M6 motorway.

M6 motorway

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It lies on the southwestern bank of the River Douglas, contiguous to Wigan's town centre, and east of the M6 motorway.

Historic counties of England

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Historically a part of Lancashire, Pemberton was formerly a township and parish in the hundred of West Derby.

Lancashire

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Historically a part of Lancashire, Pemberton was formerly a township and parish in the hundred of West Derby.

Township (England)

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Historically a part of Lancashire, Pemberton was formerly a township and parish in the hundred of West Derby.

Industrial Revolution

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Following the Industrial Revolution, Pemberton became a densely populated industrial district comprising a variety of coal mines, stone-quarries, brick manufactories, and cotton mills.

Industrial district

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Following the Industrial Revolution, Pemberton became a densely populated industrial district comprising a variety of coal mines, stone-quarries, brick manufactories, and cotton mills.

Cotton mill

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Following the Industrial Revolution, Pemberton became a densely populated industrial district comprising a variety of coal mines, stone-quarries, brick manufactories, and cotton mills.

Celtic languages

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The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.

Hill

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The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.

Old English

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The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.

Barley

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The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.

List of generic forms in place names in Ireland and the United Kingdom

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The name Pemberton derives from Penn-bere-tūn, which is believed to be a combination of the Celtic penn meaning hill, the Old English bere meaning barley plus the Old English suffix of -ton meaning a farm or settlement.

Domesday Book

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Unmentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, Pemberton does not appear in records until 1212, when it was documented to have been a thegnage estate, or manor, comprising "two plough-lands", with an annual rate of 20 shillings payable by the tenant, Alan de Windle, to King John.