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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Mansriggs

    principal road leads north from Ulverston to Broughton , with branches north-west into Osmotherley and northeast by Mansriggs to Penny Bridge The soil is loamy, and oats, wheat and turnips are grown. There was no manor of Mansriggs , which

    Townships Egton with Newland

    , Penny Bridge and Spark Bridge , with roads leading east into Cartmel and Colton at each of the three last-named hamlets. Another road from Ulverston crosses the township from Bowstead Gates on the west to Penny Bridge . The

    The parish of Colton

    Ulverston has another branch crossing the Crake at Penny Bridge ; it divides, one part going north-east to Bouth , and another north to Colton and Hawkshead . From Penny Bridge also a road goes north beside the Crake, through

    Parishes Up Nateley

    little to the south of the canal, and from it roads run north over Brickkiln Bridge and west over Penny Bridge to join the main road from Basingstoke to London at Scures Hill and Hatch respectively. Eastrop Farm and Eastrop

    Townships Broughton

    by John Machell of Hollow Oak in Colton , whose eldest grandson married the heiress of the Pennys of Penny Bridge . Thomas Machell , youngest son of John , received Aynsome, and it descended to the Remingtons; Stockdale ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    hand To Millthropp eight miles Beware of the (wat)er. Kendal to Kirkby Ireleth via Newby Bridge to Bouth and Penny Bridge. William Pearson 1 says that the old road Kendal to Ulverston by way of Underbarrow and Cartmel-fell, was in

    Treasury Books and Papers, May 1729, 03 May 1729-31 May 1729

    Treasury Books and Papers May 1729 May 1729 May 3. 272 . J. Scrope to the Commissioners of Excise transmitting the memorial of Mr. Bolton, agent to Major General Grove, for orders to the collectors in the several places

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, March 1755, 1-10, 01 March 1755-10 March 1755

    up to Boardman's Stone Bridge on the South Branch, to Gerard's Bridge on the Middle Branch thereof, and to Penny Bridge on the North Branch thereof, all in the County Palatine of Lancaster ; and also for adjusting the Measure

    Index, L - Z

    John, 82. " Mr. 96. " Robert, 104. " Thomas, 176. Penn Stones , 164, 172, 172n, 183, 188. Penny Bridge , 17, 19. " Toll-gate, 18. Peplowe , bishop, 109. Pepper Hag , Stricklands , 141. " Yeat, 164.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, March 1755, 11-20, 11 March 1755-20 March 1755

    up to Boardman's Stone Bridge on the South Branch, to Gerrard's Bridge on the Middle Branch thereof, and to Penny Bridge on the North Branch thereof, all in the County Palatine of Lancaster ; and also for adjusting the Measure

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months, or suffer anotiter terti of six monthls. The death is aunotunced of Mr. Johm Peniny M~achell, of S Penny Bridge. near Ulverstol, in his eighty-third year. s. The deceased belonged to an oll Furness family, ansl at er the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Gregge Hopawood, Esq., Hoilowood. Edinulcd George tomilcy, Esq., . Ellei-htall. ough Hormlay, Esq., Bibby. James Penny Macbell, Esq., Penny Bridge. Shakspeare 'hilllps, Esq., Barlote-hall. JamesStarkie, Esrt.,l-opwood. Johln PFlirbe Teaapest, Esq., Tong-Icall. William Townley, Esq., Tsoenheall. George Weld, Esi., Leagracn-haal. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son and lest of the family of WILLIAM TrRAVS, late of Kittieford-piace, Eiackney-road, andILloyd's. Same day, aged 61, at Penny Bridge, near Ulverstone, JOHN SIMON, Esq. On the 27th ult., aged 23, ANY, daughter of Mr. WM. MORLEY, stay manufacturer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the in tC family of WeILLIAM TnAvis, late of liitt.ford-plac2, HeokneyMoed, Mill and Lloyd's. Same day, aged 61, at Penny Bridge, near Ulveratone, JOHN SIMON, bore Esq. forn i S Same day, aged 29, Mr. Tnosa BIDENe, of Manchenter. root Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6th December, 1822,. B 16tS7 r ea rTV0 be LET, and entered upon in July, 1860, and d Ji Penny Bridge Wator.-iower FLAX MILLS, with the Fourteen rele b Cottages belonging thereto, situate In the parish of Colton. in the Subscribers-only content

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