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    Supplementary Records, Selside and Whitwell

    of land left by Miles Birkbeck, and 5s. interest of money left by Thomas Nelson. 1715 William Thornburgh of Selside Hall, a Nonjuror, owned Whitwell Hall in his own possession, valued at 9 15s. 10d. English Catholic Nonjurors of 1715. British History Online

    North Westmorland, The insurrection of 1715

    of Kendal, Francis Thornburgh joining them. There is a homely touch when we read that his father, William of Selside Hall, sent one of his servants to wait upon the son because he "was in Scarlet cloathes and stiled Captain British History Online

    Records of Kendale, The recusants

    house called "Millhouse" at Patton and two close s for life of her mother, Agnes Holme. William Thornburgh of Selside Hall, gent., who owned Whitwell Hall in his own possession, valued at 9 15s. 10d. William Gandy of Beetham, who British History Online

    Index, General - L-Z

    104. Sea-coal , 281. Sedbergh school , 110, 328. Sedgwick , Mr., 220. Seed , Jeremiah, 239, 240, 297. Selside Hall , 34. Sempringham , Gilbert, 214. Senhouse , Mr., 33. Seterbuske , Shap , 370. Setingham , John, 117. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l Hale. "' H, Fer the best two years old fii]y( £j l(._ competitors. Awarded to Robert' !»«_■ ' Selside Hall. - ,„ PIGS. For the best breeding sow, £1 iq„ 0 petitors. Awarded to John Scott, Miline»C ' ''" Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    judges were as follows :- lnspectors of farms, crops, and stock, to be viewed at home - Mr. Mattinson, Selside Hall ; Mr. George Banks, High Gale; Mr. Edward Cragg, Helsefell. Judges of cattle, Leicester and Southdown sheep - .Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qaality to those ex- hibited in former years ; Mr. John Scott, of Green- head, Mr. Robert Mattinson, of Selside Hall, Kendal, and Mr. W. Simm, of Water Crook, near Kendal, officiated as judges of stock, and Mr. George Stain- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plough Inn, Selside, aged 31, Mary, the wife of Mr. William Hoggarth, and daughter of Mr. John Martindale, of Selside Hall ; and on Sunday, Agnes, her daughter, aired nine years. The mother and her child were in terred in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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