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    ridge over 600 ft. high running north and south through the centre. On the western slope of it is Hampsfield Hall . To the west of the fell is the comparatively level vale in which are situated Field Broughton and Victoria County History

    The escheators and feodaries for Westmorland

    1632 he compounded for refusing Knighthood; 2 in 1636 he purchased from William Thornburgh the manor of Lindale with Hampsfield Hall; in 1640 he was appointed one of the King's attorneys to take possession of the dissolved premises of Cartmel British History Online

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    owners and friends. On the 26th ult. aged 79, Mr. Robert Taylor, of Barber Green, Cartmel. Same day, at Hampsfield Hall, C&rtmel, aged 46, Mr. John Croasdell, a member of the Samaritan Society of Newton, and the first payable member Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Tceseay, October 2Kth, ISSU, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, •lithe COPPICE WOODS, (Of 15 years' growth), GROWING at Hampsfield Hall, about 39a. 3r. Op. ; Middle Stribers, about 32a. lr. 3p. ; and at Holme Wood, about la. lr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    be sure to result in a good market price being offered and obtained. Eably Lambs.- Mr. James Crow, of Hampsfield Hall, Cartmel, has a white-faced ewe which yeaned a fine lamb on Monday week. Mr. Hudson, Crossbeck, Kirkby Ireleth, also Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    widow of Mr. W__t_ Woodburn, boot and shoemaker, aged 84 years. Mu.fc. respected. Cartmel.- On the 22nd inst., at Hampsfield Hall, Mr. James Colton, farmer, advanced in years. Fleetwood.- On the 1 1 th inst.. Miss Sarah Tbompsow,. matron at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; 2, W. Jackson, Urswick ; h.c, J. Proud, Sandhill Foal, for road or field : 1, J. Crowe, Hampsfield Hall ; 2, T. Smith, Mountbarro w. Foal, for agricultural purposes : 1, M. Kennedy, Hill Foot ; 2, J. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Peter'a Church, by the Rev. H. W. Kirby, Mr George Ridding, of Ayside, to Miss Sarah Ann Crowe, «C Hampsfield Hall. Cartmel -On the 19th inst., by the Rev. W. K. Lightfoot, George, son of Mr William Dixon, farme- Brouuhton-in-Cartmel, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Long-lands Farm ; J. Preston, Strickland Hill ; short-horned bull above one and under two yean old, J. Crowe, Hampsfield Hall; ij. Rawesthorne, Birkby Farm ; short -horned bull «df under twelve months old, J. Taylor, Thorpensty Hall ; T. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on the 12th inst., Mr. John Backhouse, junior, Longhands, Cartmel, to Sarah, eldest daughter of Mr. James Couiton, farmer, Hampsfield Hall, Cartmel. DEATHS. Lancaster. - On the 9th inst., Hannah, widow of the late John Brunton, aged 84. Lancaster. On Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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