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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Pennington

    , whose name occurs on the ancient tympanum at Beckside , is supposed to have been the founder of Conishead Priory in the time of Henry II 6 ; he gave it the church of Pennington . 7 Benedict de

    Townships Torver

    and was compelling his tenants to grind at the Ulverston mills. 9 Roger de Heaton afterwards gave it to Conishead Priory , 10 which retained it to the Suppression. 11 Furness Abbey also had land in Torver , for Henry

    Townships Osmotherley

    the lands were purchased by the occupiers. Gamel son of Bevin gave a plat of land in Osmotherley to Conishead Priory . 8 St. John the Evangelist 's was built in 1874 as a chapel of ease to Ulverston parish

    Townships Ulverston

    reached. South-east of the 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

    Townships Blawith

    3 ; what in later times was known as the manor of BLAWITH was the estate once held by Conishead Priory , 4 but there appears to have been another nominal manor held in the 18th century by Thomas Bibby

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendices, The churches

    with its chapel at Brough, and Morland were granted to St. Mary's abbey at York. Orton was granted to Conishead Priory; Ravenstonedale to Watton Priory; Crosby Ravensworth to Whitby abbey; Bampton, Shap and Warcop to Shap abbey; while Askham and

    Haverbrack and Arnside

    Partitione facienda the law will constrain them to make partition, though they may make partition by consent. c.f. Charter Conishead Priory, Monasticon ii , 425; Parker, Pipe Rolls , 170, etc. The distance over which a measuring-rod "falls," i.e., rod,

    Grasmere

    were no freeholds in these parishes except the Fleming estate in Rydal and Loughrigg, monastic land such as the Conishead Priory estate at Baisbrown, a small freehold estate in Little Langdale, and a freehold at Lickbarrow. Windermere water was a

    Introduction

    were no freeholds in these parishes except the Fleming estate in Rydal and Loughrigg, monastic land such as the Conishead Priory estate at Baisbrown, a small freehold estate in Little Langdale, and a freehold at Lickbarrow. Windermere water was a

    Index, General - A-K

    Elizabeth, 25. John, 234, 351. William, 25, 111, 112. Compston , Henry, 105. Richard, 105. Thomas, 106. William, 319. Conishead Priory , 195, 196, 206, 307, 377. Conyers , John, 283, 284. Cooke , George, 233. John, 209. Michael, 105.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having attempted to murder his wife by cutting her throat With a carvin~g knife. Three cows, pasturing on the Conishead Priory estate, near Ulverston, ate of the leaves of fallen branches of a yew tree. Two have since died, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and night, iu dogs. iFreshl ae,,l Sea Water Saths. - 'ogeue erms for Visiter. apply to MEr. lttAT, Mnc~er, .Conishead Priory, by Ulverstene. ch 'Y D R P A T { Y .-S M E D L E Y 'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slay and night, L' degs. Freall and Sea Water Bathsa- F'orReduced Terms for Winter, apply to Mr. GItANT, Manaser Conishead Priory, by Ulverston C1C 7D HYL AiS A W rINTER RESI:DENCE.-Dr. Carstair3 RLL says: "a a wiliterresidlenceit mayfairly take rankamongst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day 11111night. 6u lege) Fresh and Sa Wafer Baths.- For Reduced Toerms for Winter, apply. to Mr. GRANT, Manager, Conishead Priory, by Ulverstona. . c46 R HY AS A WINTLERtRSIDENCE-Dr. Clarstairoa JMsays; "As awninter reeildence it ma~y fairly take rantsamonigst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ttild night, t' degs. Fresh and Sea Water Balts.- Fre Eedu.ed Terms for Winter, apply to Air. GRtANT, Manager, Conishead Priory, by Ulverstone c31 R HYL AS A WINTER RESIDENCE.-Dr. Carstaira says; "As a erhter residence it ietay fuirly tale Subscribers-only content

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