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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lower Allithwaite

    of Allithwaite complained that Agnes widow of Thomas de Hale had broken his houses at Allithwaite ; Duchy of Lanc. Assize R. 1, m. 3. In September 1360 Thomas de Harrington of Cartmel called upon his bailiff in Allithwaite to

    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    Upper Allithwaite UPPER ALLITHWAITE This township occupies 2,675 acres 1 of the southern end of Cartmel Fell . Judging from its name, the boundaries may at one time have been so arranged that it was adjacent to Lower Allithwaite ,

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL Lower Allithwaite ; Upper Allithwaite ; Lower Holker ; Upper Holker ; Broughton ; Staveley ; Cartmel Fell The parish of Cartmel 1 is well defined physically, its southern end lying between the wide estuaries

    Townships Lower Holker

    and another east to Templand . Another going south-east to the shore is crossed at Flookburgh by the road from Allithwaite west to the estuary at Sandgate . The Furness railway line goes through the centre of the township with

    Townships Upper Holker

    is within Upper Holker , the little River Eea forming the division, so that, while the church is in Lower Allithwaite , the old market-place and cross, with the priory gateway to the north, stand within Holker . The area

  • * British History Online * *

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    Beetham

    son of Orm son of Thore attests a charter of Thomas son of Gospatric [de Wyrkington ] granting land in Allithwaite (in Cartmel) to the monks of Furness; ib ., 89. 1190 1215 An agreement made between the church of

    Cases before the Committee, October 1650, 01 October 1650-31 October 1650

    Creamer, his guardians. Eliz. Westby, of Winder in Cartmel, co. Lancaster, his grandmother, held Winder House and other lands in Allithwaite, Flookburgh, and Gressingham, of which were sequestered for her recusancy, and she died 2 years ago. He, as heir, Subscribers-only content

    General index, A - J

    of Adam , 65. " " Gilbert , 326. " " Patrick , 181. Allebanc , Mansergh , 377, 378. Allithwaite , Cartmel , 213, 259. Alta Ripa , Hamon, 279. Ambleside , 10, 20, 40 57 , 64, 73,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other most attractive hou; bc, "lnsd rccoruoinnlation Lausds, Iottaae.es and other properties, lin suns. -ate roxitnity to lento's Benar, iranre, Allithwaite, and C-riii' in Lorisriale iiorth of the bands, the whole being nearly ils u-sL r si* renc, ml.1 containing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUILDING ITES at Kent's Bank and Granoe. sarnidetaehad iROlUSE end FARM at Silverdale ;and othier small FARMS anad COTTAGBS at Allithwaite arnd'Grange. L Fell pa~rticulars with Pla~ns May be obtained of Meanrs. Webster, fon, and Blanks, Lan., Agsts, Xendel; Oess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another reetsing. BRADFORD BANKRUPTCY COURT, At the Bradford Bankruptcy Court resterdaS Richard Knight, solicitor, formerly of Bradford, h now of Allithwaite, near Grange, appeared for his adjourned examination. After some eross-exarniation, allr. Coleele-ugh urpged that the accounts lid not suffieiently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hessey, D.c.L, St. Barnabas Vicarage, Rensing- 1 ton; the Rev. Caron Meade, Castle Ca'y, Bath; the 3ev. R. J. Townsoon, Allithwaite Vicarage range, LanWcashire; NV. S. 'L. Maxwell, Eso., CS.Q. l, Avocs Avenue, Blackrclk, Dublfn; R: Wiebb, Esq., Iilford Lodge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Francis Hessey, D.C.L., St. Barnabas Vicarage, KenEing. toen; the Rev. Canon Meade, Castle Cary, Bath; the Rev. X. 3. Townson, Allithwaite Vicarage, f Grange, Lancashire; W. J. L. Maxwell, Esq., C.E, 1, A-voca Avenue, Blackrock, Dublin; R. Webb, 3sq., Milford Subscribers-only content

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