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  • * British History Online *

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    Haverbrack and Arnside

    Haverbrack, including Haverbrack Hall, was granted by the Crown to William Thornburgh of Selside. His descendant, William Thornburgh held Dallam Tower with the demesne lands at his death in 1609 and apparently within a year or two Rowland, his son

    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    Edward Wilson, esq., of Dallam Tower to all constables, etc. Whereas the several persons hereafter named, every of them being of the age of sixteen years and upwards and subjects of this realm, were the 19th day of this instant

    Supplementary Records, Casterton

    Treasurer's Remembrancer. Pipe Office Series. Westmorland, Mem. 40. 1668 The Casterton Hall estate was granted to Edward Wilson of Dallam Tower (born 1618), by Queen Catherine out of her dower lands. Sir John Otway, writing to Edward Wilson in reference

    Supplementary Records, Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    Marsh Bridge containing in length 1100 yards was and yet is very ruinous, etc., and that Daniel Wilson of Dallam Tower, esq. and Matthew Martindale of Ulva, gent., have from time to time repaired it and still ought to repair

    Selside and Whitwell

    Thomas Fallowfeild, esquires, and Robert Curwen, feodary. William Thorneburgh was seised at his death of a capital messuage called "Dallam Tower" and 60 a. of demesne lands; also 6 other messuages or tenements and 100 a. land in Bethome, Patton

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Silverdale

    sold it to William Wright . 13 No manor is known at present, though Sir Maurice BromleyWilson, bart., of Dallam Tower , is sometimes called lord of the manor. In a dispute in 1595 Robert Kenney alleged that in the

    Townships Livesey

    27 Elizabeth sister of Ralph Livesey married Daniel Wilson of Lancaster , esq., of the family of Wilson of Dallam Tower , co. Westmorland , and enjoyed a life interest in the estates until her death in 1801 . 28

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILSON, Edward (?1719-64), of Dallam Tower, Westmld.

    (?1719-64), of Dallam Tower, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1747 141754 Biography Returned unopposed for Westmorland, Edward Wilson, like his father, was classed as a government supporter. He did not stand in 1754, but stood unsuccessfully in 1761 ‘to support the

    WILSON, Daniel (1680-1754), of Dallam Tower, Westmld.

    (1680-1754), of Dallam Tower, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1708 141722 Westmorland 1727 141747 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lancs. 1727-8. Biography The fortunes of the Wilsons were founded by a wealthy Kendal manufacturer, who died childless in 1653, bequeathing his estates to

    WILSON, William Wilson Carus (1764-1851), of Casterton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmld.

    1827 Biography Carus, as he was first known, was of Westmorland stock, being one of the Wilsons of Dallam Tower and Casterton and heir to the Carus family's Lancashire estates of Arkholme, Melling, Whittington and Wrayton, near Kirkby Lonsdale. His

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev C. T. Fisher, Rossell, Fleetwooa. Breeder, Mr F. Sale.1 "Chattox." Age 2 yearn-ExhIbitor. Mr. George C. Wilson, Dallam Tower, lillriftherpe, Westmoraland. Breeder, Dr Rswion B, Leo, Kendal. ",Bessy." AgenUmonthasuadlJweek. CLASS i9,-pOmNTnnS (large silzaj)-Dogs.-CbAmplon, Class. For previous winnerms of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New South Wales has been in formed by telegram of the safe arrival in Sydney of thi emigrant ship Dallam Tower. Captain H. Hanbury, who was severely injured by a fall from his horse while riding in the race for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Kendal Otter Hunt Club accepted an invitation to visit the various rivers of the county. Mr. Wileon, of Dallam Tower, Iligh Sheriti of Westmore- laid. is master of the pack, which, under the charge of Bobby," the huntsman, has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. E. H. Wilson, high sheriff of Westmoreland and holder of many other public offices, died at his residence, Dallam Tower, on M\ednesday night, after a long illness, in his thirty-seventh year. He was the last diirecc male representative of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Large placards bave been issued, announcing the intention of tlhe parties to forward a requisition to Colonel Wilson, of Dallam Tower: but no one expects that the gol- lant Colonel will comply with the request tn become a candi. date Subscribers-only content

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