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    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    " Will. Kilner 1 6 Thomas Tyson 6 0 High Fell End Joseph Poole 18 1 6 Will. Kilner 19 1 6 John Gilpin 6 0 High Fell End Tobias Martindale 2 6 Tobias Martindale 1 6 Ulpha My Lord British History Online

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    of Beathwaite Green, the Long Causey, Old Sampool bridge and then mount up behind Whitbarrow Lodge, then called High Fell End, and so either by a mountainous road to Newton and Newby Bridge, or down by Turner Hill to Witherslack British History Online

    Index, A - K

    Henry, 230. " James, 280. Heysham Church , 34. " Parson of, 41, 254. High Constables , 77. High Fell End , Whitbarrow , 18. High Park , Oxenholme , 310. High Stock Bridge , Meathop , 18. Highway Boards British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High Meathop, Low Mea'hop, Uipha, Meathop-with-Uipha, Meathop and Uipha, Fowlshaw, Witherslack, Higher Foulsbaw, Middle Foulsbaw, Lower Foul.haw, Foulshaw, High Fell. end. Fell-end, Town- end, Lyth, Crosthwaite and Lythe, Crosthwaite-wiih-Lytlie, Lytbe, Crosthwaite. Liw Green, all in the County of Westmor- land; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Low Meathop, Clpha, Mnithaf ufch-Hipha Meathop and Clpha, Fowkhaw, Witber- atav-k, Higher Foulshaw, Middle Eoulshaw. Lower Foulshaw, Foulsbaw, High Fell End, Fefl End, Tewn End, Lyth, Cross- Ahwaiia aad Lytbe, Cr-asthwaite with Lythe, Lytbe, Cross- tr.wa.te, Low Green, all in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meathop, Low Meathop, Clpha, Meathop-with-Uipha. Meathop and Uipha, Fowlshaw, Wither,' slack, Higher Foulshaw, Middle Foulshaw, Lower Foulshaw Foulshaw, High Fell End, Fell End, Town End, Lyth, Cross- thwaite and Lythe, Crossthwaite with Lythe, Lythe, Cross- thwaite, Low Green, all in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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