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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Holker

    . The Furness Railway Company's single-line track from Greenodd to Newby Bridge crosses the northwestern edge of the township. Chapel Island , 2 off Conishead and formerly belonging to its priory, is now within Upper Holker , some change in

    Townships Ulverston

    town are the hamlet of Dragley Beck , Gascow, and the site and park of Conishead Priory , with Chapel Island off the coast; while south-west are Swarth Moor and Trinkeld. Roshead, formerly Rosset, lies on the western border, extending

  • * British History Online *

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    Scalthwaiterigg, Hay, Hutton in the Hay and New Hutton

    Ulverstone . . . lyeing betweene the Creeke of the Ryver called Crake and a certaine Isle called Harelesyde [Chapel Island ] of the late dissolved monastery of Conyngshed, paying to the Queen, her heires and successors twelve pence yearlie

    General index, A - K

    William, 150. Channon , John, 146. Chapel Close , 40 n . Chapel House , Crook , 351, 352. Chapel Island , Conishead , 183. Chapman , John, 42. Chappelhowe , Henry, 96, 332. Chater , Col., 113. " Giles,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went on a shooting excursion on Ulverston Sands, and being on a scar named Ellwood, a little below the Chapel Island, they were surrounded by the tide before they were aware. Their perilous situation was first observed by Mr K., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gland atd irospinrg chriracter, ftse beautiful M my of itorecambhe 110cr fIowirg at tile foot of thre grouitds ; Chapel Island, which brils belonS to the Estate, ferptttg ain object of peculiar interest, Reel avegtemountan from Snswfall, in Cumberland, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most grand an imposing character, the beautiful Bay of Morecambe ard lowitig at the foot of the grounde; Chapel Island, which cc. belongs to tile Estilte, forming on object of peculiar anterest, nn, having the mountains from Scawfell, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    views of the -most srand audimposing character, the beautlntl Bay of Moreambe sowing at the foot of. the- groud Chapel Island,; wich belongs to the Estate,- -forming an obSect of pecullarinterest, hStving-the mountains from Scawflll, in Cumberland to the cUtinuous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ ' laocf ul adorcim~neiit aii;d thee cvicdsss comisiacid oan extensive prospeot of the seaters, islido (ieiludieg the celebrated Chapel Island), and r u sh.ore of this picticresoe bay of Morecab aecrossowhich Lancmater ie- astle ucl church maybe diaeinctlyseocs Tienearerviev Subscribers-only content

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