HULTON (MIDDLE), a township in Deane parish, Lancashire; near the Bolton and Leigh railway, 3½ miles SSW of Bolton. Acres, 1,280. Real property, £6,446; of which £3,591 are in mines, and £100 in quarries. Pop., 790. Houses, 157. The manor belongs to the Earl of Ellesmere. Leigh's charities here yield £67 a year.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
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"MIDDLE HULTON, (and Over Hulton) townships in the parish of Deane, county Lancaster, 1 mile N.W. of Little Hulton, and 3 miles S.W. of Bolton. The inhabitants here chiefly engaged in the mines and collieries.
In 1835 Middle Hulton was a township in the parish of Deane.
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