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    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    freehold rent of 8d. were probably acquired from the heirs of Pickering about the same time. The messuage of Low Meathop was also a member of the mesne manor. The freeholds in High Meathop were ultimately acquired by the family British History Online

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    2, J Fox, Corless Mill, Ellel. Three years old a-oldiuir or filly for agricultural purposes : 1," William Cape, Low Meathop, Grange-over-Sands ; 2, C W Wilson. Two years old srelding 0 r filly, for agricultural purposes : 1, James Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a numerous circle of friends. Lindale-in-Cartmel. - On the 30th ult , Mr James Hollywell, many years farmer at Low Meathop, West- morland, aged 72 years. Bowness. - On the 28th ult, at the Royal Hotel, Bow- ness, Windermere, Elizabeth, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    was interred at Tottlebank. Her character was exemplary as a wife, a mo her, a Christian, and a friend. Low Meathop. - Lately, at tha house of her son-in-law, Mr. William Cape, Mrs. Parrington, relict ofthe late Mr. Richard Parrington, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gelding : l, John Woodhouse, Scale HaU- 2, Robert Hutton, Ackenthwaite. ' T flrJ^T °o d £S* h W^Cape, Low Meathop, Grange ; 2, Jacob Nelson, Coekerham HaU. Yearling gelding : 1, Robert Hutton, Ackenthwaite ; 2, Henry Morphet, Camp Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; 2, R. Ashburner, Gleaston Park. Filly, rising three years old, for road or field : 1. W. Cape, Low Meathop ; 2, J. WhinfieW, Plumpton Cottage. Gelding or Filly, rising four years old, for agricultu- ral purposes : 1, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    there, being only a few "slips." Mr. Burrow, of Wrayton Hall, had* four animals ; Mr. William Cape, of Low Meathop, three ; and Mr. Robert Hutton, of Miluthorpe, two entered in this department,the other competitors being Mr. John Logan, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2, Thomas Rigg, Grange Hotel; h.c, R. Hutton, Crosby Lodge, Milntho.pe. Three years old tilly : 1, W. Cape, Low Meathop, Grange ; 2, T. Sanderson, Ellel. Two years old gelding : 1, H. Morphet, Hornby ; 2, F. F. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    hunting mares or geldings ; Mr. Logan, ( Low Wood Hotel, being second. Best leaper : 1, W Cape, Low Meathop ; 2, J. W. Wilson, Rigmaden ; « John Logan, Low Wood. DOGS. In every class but that of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the sheep were missing. He drove the sheep to Lindal where he sold them to Mr. Richard Cape, of Low Meathop farm, for £5, the full value being over _t'9. The sheep were advertised as missing, and a farmer in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Miss Margaret Walker, oi C!-_»Hi_»» Gate. Warton- On the 24th ult., at Warton Chart ____, ___ William Cape, of Low Meathop, Grange, to V._zja~ beth, daughter of John Richardson, Esq., of T' Urt Hutton. On S. S. Philip and James Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wood, Heversham and Milnihorpe, Miln- thorp and Heversham, Leas^ill, Sampool, High Sampool, Low Sampool, Hawforth, Levens, Meathop, High Meathop, Low Meathop, Uipha, Meathop-with-Uipha, Meathop and Uipha, Fowlshaw, Witherslack, Higher Foulabaw, Middle FouUhaw Lower Foulshaw, Foulsbaw, High Fell-end, Fell-end, Town- end, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and Milnthorpe, Milnthon c and Hever- nh^m, Leovili, Simpool, Ili-h Sampool, low Sampool, Haw- lonh, L-v.-n«, M.athop. High Meathop, Low Meathop, Uipha, Me-tfaop-with-Ulpha Mrathop and Uipha, Fowlshaw, Wtfber- *lav-k t Higher Foulsbaw. Middle Fo.ilahaw. Lower FouUhaw, t- oulshaw, High Fell Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BeVersltam and Milnthorpe, Milnthon-e and Hever- •n-m, Leas>;ill, S»mpool, High Sampool, Low Sampool, Haw- lorth, .Livens, Meathop. High Meathop, Low Meathop, Clpha, Mnithaf ufch-Hipha Meathop and Clpha, Fowkhaw, Witber- atav-k, Higher Foulshaw, Middle Eoulshaw. Lower Foulshaw, Foulsbaw, High Fell End, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and Milnthorpe, Miluthor, c and Hever- sham, Leasgill, Sampool, High Sampool, Low 9»n»p»ol, Haw. forth, Levens, Meathop. High Meathop, Low Meathop, Clpha, Meathop-with-Uipha. Meathop and Uipha, Fowlshaw, Wither,' slack, Higher Foulshaw, Middle Foulshaw, Lower Foulshaw Foulshaw, High Fell End, Fell Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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