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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Farleton

    died in 1528 holding the manor of Akefrith and lands, & c, in Farleton , Hornby , Eskrigg and Hutton Roof of Thomas Stanley Lord Mounteagle by the fifth part of a knight's fee and 16 s . 1/2 d

    Townships Lowick

    of Lowick ; ibid. Final Conc . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), i, 10. Hutton Rocelin is perhaps Hutton Roof which William son of Robert released at the same time to Gilbert de Towers; ibid. 19. Assize R. 404,

    The parish of Whittington WHITTINGTON TUNSTALL IREBY

    Kirkby Lonsdale , passing through Newton and Whittington ; from it minor roads go west to Docker and to Hutton Roof . The Lune is crossed by a ford leading to Tunstall . The Midland and Furness Railways' Carnforth and

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    it to show that he had been curate there, but the endorsement reads, ' Sir Brian Willan late of Hutton Roof ,' so there can be no doubt of the identification. He names a son Thomas. Richard Master, M.D., physician

    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    The whole parish, including Barrow , shares in it. Richard Gaitskill 's endowment consisted of land at Newbiggin in Hutton Roof and a little house at Bowbridge in Dalton ; this last was to be given to the use of

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Hutton Roof

    Supplementary Records Hutton RoofHUTTON ROOF. 1702 8 August. Mr. William Burrow, curate of Hutton Roof, was married to Ann Beck of Kendall. Kendal Parish Registers. 1766 13 January. Petition of the Surveyor of highways as to the insufficiency of

    Hutton Roof

    Hutton RoofHUTTON ROOF. The descent of the manor of Hutton Roof can be traced from Gilbert son of Ketel de Hotonriwe, who lived in the time of Henry II and Richard I, down to Joan, daughter and heir of


    his estate from Gilbert de Tours, or "Turribus," lord of Lowick, co. Lancaster, and superior tenant of part of Hutton Roof. The Burton estate passed to the heirs general of Anthony de Burton and, by the feoffment of John Berwick

    General index, K - Z

    Hugh, 399. " John, 20. " William, 399. Thorold's house , Hutton Roof , 342. Thorp , 195. Thorrige park , Beetham , 231, 233. Thorskeldgate , Hutton Roof , 343. Thrammer well , 8. Three Mile House , 417

    Kirkby Lonsdale

    late the wife of John de Coupeland divers tenements below ( sub ) the vill of Kyrkby [viz. in Hutton Roof ] by homage and fealty and the yearly service of 16d.; Chan. Inq. p.m., 49 Edward III, 1st. nos.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUTTON, John (d.1417), of Hutton Roof, Cumb.

    (d.1417), of Hutton Roof, Cumb. Constituency Dates Westmorland May 1413 Biography Little is known about the subject of this biography, who first appears in August 1396, when, as ‘John, son of Robert Hutton’, he witnessed a deed at Preston Patrick

    THORNBURGH, Roland (d.c.1420), of Meaburn Maulds, Westmld.

    leasing property on a fairly extensive scale. In November 1417, for example, he undertook to farm the manors of Hutton Roof and Greystoke in Cumberland during the minority of John Hutton’s* son, Henry, whose wardship and marriage he also purchased

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Bucharest to be a mere invention. The "Tom. Tiddler" of the North, locally known as "Cr11IscaN ToM," of Hutton Roof Klirkby -Lons- dale, has Jixt died, at an advanced age. Deceased wms bne ot those intellectual abortions called misers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sym ptoms of lockjatv afterwnrds sat in, resulting inl death. Ann Little, aged 40, wife of a farner at Hutton Roof, : Penrith, has keen committesl for trial for attempting to i t marder her two children, a boy acid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disturbances between the English and Irish narvies were resumed yesterday. The English contingent had been joined by quarrymen at Hutton Roof, and according to the latest reports the Englishmen, 300 strong, armed with all kinds of weapons, were driving the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or thereaboucts, siont, occupied by R Edward Reewlinson;with1 ill Sireeggates on H-uttonl Roof " 'Crag,' APreebold Estate, situate inl Hutton Roof afore- said,;: 'Insistling of a geod Drrelling-l'ouse, Barn, and oilier Bull ' igs, and Seven Acres; or thereabouts, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acid Patsture Lond, cocitaininig togs- thler Eighty-six Acres, or thereabouts, tiow occupied by Edwrard Ritslwlhson; -with Ill Slaeepgacea ili Hutton Roof Creag. - Lot I. A~ Freehold Estate, Situate In Muttoln Roof afure-. said, cocisisting of a. good Do'elliiig-Hoicse, Barn, Subscribers-only content

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