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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Morland

    They further purchased land in Great Strickland from Adam le Hunter, clerk, and Joan his wife. Again Henry de Lynacre of Great Strickland and Christiana his daughter granted a messuage and lands in Great Strickland to the same Richard and

    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    two men or be fined 20 for each man missing from that quota. 1802 15 January. John Stephenson of Great Strickland and John Ellison of Colby, being Protestant Dissenters from the Church of England, produced a certificate that a house

    Strickland Roger

    Mr. Lancaster pays to the Marquis Fee 26s. 8d. yearly for his lands in Strickland Roger (6s. 8d.) [and Great Strickland (20s.) ] ; Mr. Gilping pays for his lands in Strickland Roger 9s. 5d.; the heirs of Roger Bellingham

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 12 May 1830, 12 May 1830-12 May 1830

    Place; and to adjourn as they please. Great Strickland, & c. Inclosure Bill. Hodie 2 a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for inclosing Lands in the Townships of Great Strickland and Thrimby , in the Parish of


    20s.; 1 and a yearly rent of 8s., out of divers lands and tenements of Thomas Falofelde, gentleman, in Great Strickland. All the above recited tenements are held of the king in chief by the service of a moiety of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FALLOWFIELD, Thomas (by 1516-73 or later), of Great Strickland, Westmld.

    or later), of Great Strickland, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland Oct. 1553 Westmorland Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Servant of 1st and 2nd Earls of Clumberland by 1537; constable, Brougham castle, Westmld. c.1537; commr. i.p.m. Westmld. 1543, 1564. Biography The family of

    STRICKLAND, Sir Walter (d.1407/8), of Sizergh, Westmld.

    Jan. 1392. Biography The Stricklands were a family of considerable antiquity who took their name from the manor of Great Strickland in Westmorland, occupied by them from the early 13th century onwards. Through his marriage, in 1239, to Elizabet Deincourt,

    SOULBY, William (d.1393/4), of Knock in Long Marton, Westmld.

    also represented a number of clients in the court of common pleas. In 1378, for example, Agnes Lowther of Great Strickland retained him to prosecute an action for theft; shortly afterwards he brought three lawsuits on behalf of the vicar

    STRICKLAND, Thomas II (d.1455), of Sizergh, Westmld.

    awarded various dower properties in Natland, Hackthorpe and Stainton, but this still left Thomas with extensive holdings in Sizergh, Great Strickland and at least nine other Westmorland manors. On Alice’s marriage to Thomas Warcop II*, in 1411, Thomas was, moreover,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Participant: Nicholas Fallowfield [Fallowfeild] Role: witness Details: male; 80; yeoman Location: Morland (Westmorland) Place(s): Great Strickland(Great Strickland) : undefined Morland (Morland) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Location: Westmorland Location: Lowther (Westmorland) Place(s): Melkanthorp

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Janirp, Parkstole., Dorsctshlre, nurseryman. Pit oehJohn, Portsivood. Souithanipton, inereliant's clerk. Pu r.Sr.Ann, 23, Xalbot-sisaure, Hyde Park. .Puir enry, oakiand8. Great Strickland, Peinrith, &gentlenuan. Ilocralsl. 57, Chancery-anve. easquire. Pcc.Ewin., Catharrine-strect. Salisbury, tailor. Pe-ar, Thoma3, jour.. ant'~ New-road. Spl ing eugmuer. Moughamn(merge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jasues's chusrch, ERst Cowes, Isle of Wigist, by the t Rev. W. V. Henrials, HeNRY T. PLUmER, BEsq., of Great Strickland, e Peerith, to LOUISA, daughter of T. AL CATTLIN, Esq., of Powlesse e House, East Cowes. d Oi Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Naylor, wool- stapler, of this town, PucasoN.-Aug. 4th, at Colpike Hall, Durham, aged 87, Mr. John Pearson, formerly of Great Strickland, Westmoreland. WAuKEn--July Slot, aged 58, Mr. John Walker, woolsorter, of this town. W, M lcoLswoRTIL-Aug. 2nd, aged 4 years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Leeds; the Wesleyan Methodists, f Vale Royal Chapel, Tunbridge Wells; and the inhabitants r of Heyingbam, Yorkshire; and Great Strickland and t King's Meaburn, Westmoreland.-Against the bill for f Closing Hotels and Public-houses on Sunday, by Mr. Clay, * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Lowther, Helton, Flackenxlso Banton, Knipe, Crosby, Ravensworth, and the moiety of lthe tithes in Shops Land Slegil, and Great Strickland ; and in the county of Cumberand, the manors of Thwate, Threl- keldwate, Sli'ddal, Blalmesmeburn, Drunbu-gh Castle, and the Subscribers-only content

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