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You searched for: Place: "Cartmel Fell", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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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

  • * British History Online *

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    Introduction, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    Monk Conistone , in Grisdale, Satterthwaite, Dale Park, Graithwaite, Whaithead, Rusland, Slot Parke, Plumb Green, Finstead and Haverthwaite, in Cartmel Fell in Cartmel and in Great Langdale and Loughrigg, all in North Lancashire or Westmorland, protested that the County produced

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Township of Cartmel Fell and the Parish of Cartmel. in the said County, to the said Petty Sessional Division of Hawkshead, and the said application was granted so far as regards the Township of Cartmel Fell, and the present Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stainall Holleth Wmmarleiph Inskip-with-Sowerby W yresdale Nether DISTRICT TO POLL AT HAWKSHEAD IN LONSDALE HUNDRED, NOR I H SANDS. Cartmel Fell Ha.vkshead Church Coniston Monk Coniston and Claife Skelwith Dunnerdale and Sea- Satterthwaite thwaite Torver DISTRICT TO POLL AT HORNBY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Staveley, Nathan, son of Mr Henry Dodgson, bobbin-turner, aged 24 years. Windermere. - On Friday last, at Moor How, Cartmel Fell, Mary, the wife of Mr James Holme, yeoman, aged 61 years. Montreal. - October last, at Montreal, North America, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with Newland Subberthwaite Lowick Ulverston Mansriggs Urswick CARTMEL. Allithwaite Lower Holker Lower Allithwaite Upper Holker Upper Broughton East Stavelev Cartmel Fell CARNFORTH. Bolton le Sands Priest Hutton Borwick Silverdale Carnforth Warton with Lindeth £ a , tO \ T . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dale Pleaaiagton Darwen Lower Ramagreave Darwen Over Tockholea Dinckley Wilpahire Ecoleshill Witton Harwood Little Hfate and Pickup Bank HAWKSHEAD. Cartmel Fell , Hawkahead, Monk Coniaton Church Coniaton I and Skelwitn Claife jSatterthwaite Dunderdale and SeathwaiteiTorver DALTON-IN-FURNESS. Aldingham Daltou Angerton Kirkby Subscribers-only content

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