ANGLEZARKE, a township in Bolton-le-Moors parish, Lancashire; 3 miles E of Chorley. Acres, 1,279. Real property, £946. Pop., 134. Houses, 28. Building-stone is quarried; and lead ore, witherite, and carbonate of barytes are found.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
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"ANGLEZARKE, a township in the parish of Bolton-le-Moors, hundred of Salford, in the county palatine of Lancaster, 4 miles to the E. of Chorley. It contains some stone quarries, and lead mines are worked. The rare ore named carbonate of barytes was first discovered in this township."
In 1835 Anglezarke was a township in the parish of Bolton.
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