How to use Fylde in a sentence
Father Parkinson is a native of the Fylde, and he has got much of the warm healthy blood of that district in his veins.
Father Brindle is a Fylde man, is about 45 years of age, and is a thoroughly healthy subject.
Rigby, hearing of this, summoned Captain Pateson from the Fylde, and called for volunteers to accompany him.
At first the troops seemed to have come from South Lancashire, those from the Fylde being called up at the end of a fortnight.
Sometimes they even ventured further afield into the Fylde country.