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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cartmel Fell

    Townships Cartmel FellCARTMEL FELL As the name indicates this township consists of a long strip of mountainous country, attaining a height of 950 ft. above sea level on the border of Staveley . It lies between Windermere on the

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    Bank , Flookburgh , Walton , Staveley and Cartmel Fell -i.e. in all parts of the parish-was £51 4 s . 1 d . The rents of the bailiwicks of Cartmel Fell , Broughton and Walton with Barngarth were respectively

    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    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 Grange district, afterwards in Broughton ,

    Townships Staveley

    the Lake and from Newby Bridge . On the east of the valley rise the steep tree-clad sides of Cartmel Fell , attaining 1,054 ft. above sea level at Gummer's How ; on the west of the valley are the

    Townships Broughton

    29 d. Ibid. 179, m. 185. Ibid. 240, m. 191 d. Gnype. The family appears also at Burblethwaite in Cartmel Fell . Final Conc , ii, 65. Ibid. 43. John son of William Waleys of Cartmel was plaintiff in 1332

    Index A-K

    n ; Will, de, 133 n Cartmel Fell , 254, 256, 281-5; adv., 285; chap., 264, 264 n , 281, 282 n , 283-5; char., 265; Nonconf., 285; sch., 264, 285 Cartmel Fell , Bailiwick of, 257, 259 n Cartmell

    Townships Lower Holker

    is unknown. The earliest reference to it is in 1520 , whe n Robert Briggs , the benefactor of Cartmel Fell Chapel , gave to Flookburgh Chapel the farmhold occupied by John Simpson , 'on this condition, so that the

    The parish of Urswick

    ' Mr. Inman ' was master of Urswick School about 1655; ibid. 157. One George Inman was curate of Cartmel Fell in 1659 ; Plund. Mins. Accts . ii, 297. The patrons were Anthony Turner , vicar of Dalton ,

    Index L-Z

    ; Joan, dau. of Alice de, 111 n Lucy Brook , Lousibrok, 11 n , 49 n Ludderburn ( Cartmel Fell ), 282 Ludington , Clemence de, 207 n ; John de, 207 n ; Will, de, 207 n Lumbard

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