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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Yealand Redmayne

    largest in area, is also hilly; Gatebarrow New Park occupies the extreme corner. The northern boundary is formed by Leighton Beck , on which stands Brackenthwaite . The area of the township is 2, 1351/2 acres, 1 and in 1901

    Index L-Z

    184 n ; pk., 164 n , 178-9 Leighton , Ralph de, 205 n ; Will. de, 205 n Leighton Beck , 175 Leighton Conyers , man., see Leighton , man. Leighton Moss , Warton Moss , 161 n ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    that a certain part of the same situate in the Division of Storth beginning at a certain place called Leighton Beck and extending from thence to the boundary line which divides the Division of Storth from the Division of Arnside

    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    commencing at the above stile at or near Slackhead from and out of the highway leading from Beetham to Leighton Beck and proceeding in a south-easterly direction through the said Park, along a narrow lane unto and terminating in the

    General index, L - Z

    87. Leget , John, 310. Legh , Thomas, 82. Leighton , 14. Leighton , Anthony, 74. " Nicholas, 74. Leighton Beck , 74. Le Quete-ridding , Strickland Ketel , 280. Letbye , 162, 163, 164. Levens , ix, xiv, xv,

    Index, L - Z

    Brigg , Beetham , 244. Lecke , Adam, 105, 106. Lee Yeat , Kendal , 88, 141, 142, 144. Leighton Beck , 251, 255. L'Engleys , Robert, 1n. Levens , 18, 49, 214 221, 230. " Bridge, 13, 19, 31.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 16th of February three o'clock in the afternoon ; THE IRON FURNACE, called I.EICHION FURXACE, situate at Leighton Beck, in the township of Yealand Redmayne; with the COTTAGES, MINE- HOUSES, CHAR- COAL HOUSES, STABLE, and other buildings belonging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deiby, whence he immediately broke cover, and taking the most rocky and woody pa;ts of the Manor," crossed by Leighton Beck over Gatebarrow, through New Park, Middlebarrow, and Hag woods, climbing the skirts of that stupendous precipice, Arnside Knot, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    broke cover, and gave them a chase of upwards of an hour, when they finally ran into him near Leighton Beck. The company then re- paired to the Cross Key* Hotel, wliere they «at down to a sumptuous dinner provided Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtained on all hands the dignified distinction of a model farm. This lot was bought in at i.10.000. The Leighton Beck Estate, in Westmorland and Lancashire, 32a. subject to an annuity of £'40 for the joint lives and the life Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Jackson, Sizergh Fell Side. 6 Joshua Sergenson, ploughman to Mr. Thos. Sergenson. William Parkinson, ploughman to Mr , Leighton Beck. Thomas Chester, ploughman to Mr. Joseph Watson, Lane Foot. Anthony Dixon, ploughman to Mr. James Dixon, Hel- sington. Robert Subscribers-only content

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