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You searched for: Place: "Little Salkeld"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Carlisle

    (Beghokirk), Castle Sowerby (Soureby), Rocliffe (Routhecliff), Edenhall with the chapel of Langwathby , and Addingham with the chapel of Little Salkeld (Salkeld), all of which were held in proprios usus . In the churches of St. Mary and St. Cuthbert,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    small parcels ofthis Is ilolt are also of customary tenure, held under tho oaid manoers tI dof Galosonby and Little Salkeld, aiid the remainder ihereof, being the greatest portion of the estate, is freehold. ,.Those three lots, which cums'riso an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cic litarmsinthe county of Westmoreland; Ktirkland, Colat, Shr il, egathhby, Rdeiialsl, Addiigiganm, Lougiwatlhby Moor, I linsi-neny cod Winsilil, Salkeld, Little Salkeld, Great Sailkeld, I I-sheld (-laugh, Salkeuld IDvkeo. Gla-'sonhy, Laroulhy, Ktekoswvald, ElsrkooweldlHigh, RirlteewN-idldow, ree-onwvood Par-k,Dabs.,Staflield tihu, Stafhield Low, Baronweood, Cialthewaito, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a bcautitul bouquet of rears. Av wn away as a mniemato of ouc visit to this C, ,.' There a:e, however, so many thiuas3 woitity in and around Little Salkeld, that they ML.t e Le for the next article. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ITTIE SALX1RELD.UD9N LACY-I:ONO MEG-LAZONBlY-ARMATEWAITP. From Little Salkeld staitiopwder tile guidance of DMr. White, the etation-master at that place, we were taken slong the liue to Eden Lacy, where the river Eden takes I a grand sweep, and rolls tumultuously over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the27th July fift6en truckloads cf bay were taken by the ballast train from the railway lopes between Cumwhinton and Little Salkeld. Thirteen of the loads were left at Laionby siding, and two at Scotby siding, where the prisoner Herrick had Subscribers-only content

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