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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Staveley

    die without son or daughter the tenement should remain to James Newby . 3 In Hazelrigg , Seatle 4 and Ayside 5 Christopher Barwick and many other tenants occur. 6 In some cases a payment called carriage was made. Later

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    the graveship of Cartmel , which included tenements in Cark , Holker , Broughton , Aynsome, Templand , Hazelrigg and Ayside , Newton , Grange , Kents Bank , Flookburgh , Walton , Staveley and Cartmel Fell -i.e. in all

    Index A-K

    , Lower, Little, 205 n Ayre , term, 34 n Ayscogh , Will., 313 n Ayscowghe , Hen., 66 n Ayside , Ayshed, 281 Aythehead , John de, 280 B Azeard , Assured Croft ( Over Kellet ), 141 Babthorpe

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    by a new curve until it meets again the old track from Grange to Newton. Instead of turning down to Ayside a short length of new road is shown passing straight onward, and again, within a mile of Newby Bridge

    Index, A - K

    Aulnegar , 56. Awthwaite Bridge , 124. Ayliff , Giles, 223. " Thomas, 223. " William, 223. Aynam , 10. Ayside , Cartmel , 19. B Backbarrow , 19. Backhouse , Elizabeth, 225. " James, 55. " Roger, 166. "

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r gether 5A. 3n. 241. These parcels Will be offered either to- gether or separately.c Lot 8. su iTATE cale Ayside, with the dwelling-Iosses barts, stlble, outhouses, orchards, gtsrders, and the Sereral tr closes of land thereunto belotiging, containieg 6uv. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    |FROM LAST NIGHT'S LONDOX GAZEATT.8| I~~~~~~~ I sesr BANKRUPTS. r Ai Pope Parna1l, Vlctoriastreet, Timple-street Bristol, widow, ra harness and talin manfaotarer, tradinas Jasarall and Sons ;t J. P. Joncs, Bridge-stroeet Carnasyan, grocar 'l'hom as t parish of Povyrnock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    44, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. Wm. Batcheldor, governor of the borough gaol, Liverpool. On the 3rd inst., at Ayside, near Cartmel, Jane, wife of John Briggs, and mother of the late John Briggs, many years publisher of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meeting-house, at Height, near Cartmel, Mr. Thomas Salihouse, of Spark Bridge, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John Har- rison, of Ayside. On the 14th inst. Mr. John Grainger, to Miss Isabel Middleton, both of Mallerstang, neat Kukby Stephen. . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a cow, at Quarllon, the property of Jas. Kay. J. Fisher (21) for stealing four sheep and a lamb, at Ayside, the properly of J. Richardson. W. Coombs (22) aud W. Predion (24) for bur- gtary in the bouse of Subscribers-only content

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