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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    Hansey 117 Furness Abbey - - William Golding - - 5 Oct. 1376 John Sharp 118 Furness Abbey exch. W. Golding oc. 1423 Richard Spofforth 119 - - 1 Mar. 1450 -1 Robert Harrington 120 Furness Abbey d. R. Spofforth

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Swineshead

    by Robert de Gresley about the year 1148. 1 The monks who first settled there were a colony from Furness Abbey . 2 The founder and his son Albert endowed the monastery with 240 acres of demesne land 3 and

    Townships Skerton

    a plough-land in this part of Skerton in marriage with Berleta his wife, and they afterwards gave it to Furness Abbey in alms, receiving a small gift and, it was said, the promise of maintenance during life. 25 The estate

    Townships Osmotherley

    appears from the notices recorded below. Gilbert de Asmunderlaw (son of Avice) in 1266 gave land in Egton to Furness Abbey ; Furness Couch . (Rec. Soc), ii, 417. Walter de Asmunderlaw occurs ten years later; ibid. 385. William de

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Conishead

    William de Lancaster II , baron of Kendal ( 1170-84 ) and tenant of the manor of Ulverston under Furness Abbey , who granted to the house all Conishead, the church of Ulverston , and 40 acres in its fields;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Morgrugyn ;" Mr. H. Jones, Barrow. " Y Cymro crwydredig ;" Mr. J. Williams, (Eryr Menai.) Prydd- est " Furness Abbey," gwobr 2p. los. a thlws a chadair dderw; Mr. T. Williams, (Ap Gwynfa.) Dadgaun "Tros y gareg ;" Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sylwadau a wna Svr Hi Walter Scott gyda golwg ar fynachlogydd ei wlad ed] enedigol, gyda'r un priodoldeb at Furness Abbey. pa Dywed fod gan bobl Seotland yn fynych draddodiadau ior bywiog ryfeddol am bersonau, a gwrhydri hen ryfel- dk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thlree. The conclusion, it tvili Ito seen, is Miss Landon's own. It stands fronting a plate of Chtapter liotise, Furness Abbey. "Yoang friend, i; at'tr struggles, toils, and many a passion past, A vanquished one, who from hi.; car has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the evening at the Music Ball. On Tuesday the association proceeded to view the remains of Piel Castle and Furness Abbey. INUNDATIONS IN BaLGIUM.-In consequence of excessively heavy rains on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, in different parts of Bel- gium Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bride lane-to SCOTLAND-Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dumfries, Stirling, Perth, Duitkeld, Aberdeen, Inverness. &c. IRELAND-Belfast, Portrush, for Giant's Causeway. LAKE DISTRICT-Windermere, Furness Abbey, Ulver- Stone. Grange, Coniston, Penritcl, ceswick, Morecambe, &e. SEA-SIDE and BATHING-PLACES - Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Bridlington, Redcar, Saltburn, Seaton, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Note on William Farrer

    Farrer also defrayed the cost of transcribing for the Chetham Society the second volume of the Coucher Book of Furness Abbey , and the first volume of Lancaster Quarter Sessions Records . These Records of Kendale will reveal the indefatigable

    Cecil Papers, 1599, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    years to William Ingleby, esq., 21 May, 41 Eliz. Manor of Beamound, Bolton and Stalmyn, co. Lanc., parcel of Furness Abbey. Endorsed in Cecil's handwriting : Dutchy. p. Latin . ( 2214. ) For the proceedings in the Star Chamler

    Index, P, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    62. -, Dame Margt., wife of Sir John, petition; ccxiv. 60. -, Demoiselle, in possession of the revenues of Furness Abbey; cxcviii. 5. -, Eliz., widow, petition; clxxxviii. 20. -, Lancashire; ccxxi. 32. -, claims by sufferers at; ccxx. 2.

    Index, F, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    H.M. private road leading to; ccxxxviii. 69; ccxliii. 24. -, Road, the; ccxxxv. 57. Furnell , James; ccxlvi. 104. Furness Abbey , co. Lancaster; cclvii. 24. -, -, lease of; ccliii. 75. Furnesse , Henry; ccxlv. 9. Fury , Nicholas,

    Appendix, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    being near Westminster they would serve his purpose. To-day the King has taken order for letting the lands of Furness Abbey, none being present but Robt. Sowthwell and Sadleyr. Sowthwell will inform him what order is taken for the house


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