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The titled lands would have encompassed the modern townships as part of their fiefdoms, though it may be inferred from listed tithes that the land was populated before then.St Helens did not exist as a town in its own rights until as late as the middle of the 19th Century.She was finally executed at Lancaster, along with the Pendle and Salmesburg witches, 20 August 1612 By 1746, St Helens, composed of the greater area of the 4 Townships (and their collieries) beyond Prescot, was referred to in a Statement in Parliament related to the extension of the Liverpool to Prescot Turnpike.The rapid growth of St Helens at the epicentre of the townships is attested to by several authors.The town has risen into importance of late years" In contrast by 1854 (20 years prior to the establishment of St Helens the borough) George Routledge states a reversal of the roles "St Helens, originally an inconsiderable village, is now a very thriving town" and later describes the town as a "..be said to contain the four townships of Sutton, Parr, Windle and Eccleston".The original Town Hall was constructed in 1839 and described by Wilson in 1874 as "in the Italian style, with a Corinthian portico; and contains a lock-up, a news room, and a large hall for courts, concerts, balls, and public meetings".).

The Quaker Friends' Meeting House, as it is now known, is a Grade II listed building.St Helens is situated in the south west of the historic county of Lancashire, in North West England, 6 miles (9.7 km) north of the River Mersey.The town historically lay within the ancient Lancashire division of West Derby known as a "hundred". The main industries have since left, become outdated, or have been outsourced leaving the float and patterned rolled glass producer Pilkington's, a world leader in their industry, as the town's one remaining large industrial employer.Helen's Chapel in Hardshaw, and to the maintenance of God's divine service there for ever, if the stock go forward and that the priest do service as is aforesaid".Early maps show that it originally existed on Chapel Lane, around the approximate site of the modern pedestrianised Church Street.Less well known is the Windle connection to witches.In 1602 two women were sent to Lancaster for trial, while a decade later Isobel Roby was submitted to Sir Thomas Gerard, accused of upsetting the ship upon which Princess Anne of Denmark was arriving .The Penny Cyclopaedia states in 1839 that "Saint Helen’s, Lancashire, is in the township of Windle, in the chapelry of St Helen’s, Prescott parish.The township contains 3,540 acres, and had in 1831 a population of 5,825.Historically this would have fallen within the berewick of Hardshaw, within greater Township of Windle (making up the southern border) abutting onto the open farmland of Parr to the East, and Sutton and Eccleston to the South and West respectively.The completion of the Domesday Book in 1086 reveals several Manors existed at that time although there are no specific references to "St Elyn", or mentions of the particular "vill" or villages.