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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Upper Holker

    at Backbarrow and Staveley were in dispute after the suppression of the priory, the Newby family appearing to be chiefly interested; Ducatus Lanc , i, 157, 301, 307, between 1537 and 1558 . There was a fulling mill at Backbarrow

    Townships Staveley

    1,054 ft. above sea level at Gummer's How ; on the west of the valley are the minor hills by Backbarrow and Bigland . The area is 4,199 acres, 1 and in 1901 there was a population of 340. The

    The parish of Colton

    north beside the lake. There are two other bridges over the Leven-at Low Wood , near Haverthwaite , and at Backbarrow . Another nearly parallel road, to the north-west, passes through Finsthwaite , and from it a road branches off

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    in 1802 . 40 John Wilkinson , the great ironmaster, is assoicated with the paris h by his works at Backbarrow and his seat at Castlehead , near Grange ; here he was buried in 1808 . 41 Mrs. Ann

    The parish of Furness

    other manufactures are chiefly at Barrow , but there are some at Ulverston , and the charcoal furnace established at Backbarrow in 1710 is still at work. Round the coast are fisheries, and inland the agricultural land is thus occupied:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was read by no one without a thrill of indignant sympatlv. A poor man, a Catholic, named Slater, died at Backbarrow, and his wife sent for the Rev. Mr M'Hugh, the Roman Catholic priest of Uiverstone, to perform the religious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Battley, Yorkshire 3s a 6 Lymington - - so aoa Berwick upon-Tweed 510 o Leek - 15 (- a Backbarrow - - 5 o e Lees, near Oldham so oa Bishop's Stortford - 67 o Montrose (N.B.) - 717 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last, aged 84, Moe. HUTTON, of Potttefract, relict of th Win. HUTTON, ]Esq., fermerly of Leeds. 1 Same, day, at Backbarrow, North Lancashire, aged 34, Mrs. ANts- WORTH. t diSame day. at Woodaide, Horafoc-th, aged 64, MARY, relict of Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POWDER WORKS. TWO MEN KILLED AND THREE INJURED. Yeeterday morning au accident occurred at the Low Wood powder works, near Backbarrow, by which two men have lost their lives and others are in danger. It will be remembered that about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the site of another station intended shortly to be erected for the accommodation of residents at Haverthwaite, Low Wood, and Backbarrow; and then for some distance the traveller is conveyed by the side of the river Leven. Newby Bridge is Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WAITHMAN, Robert (c.1764-1833), of 7 Woburn Place, Mdx.

    to the Bersham furnace in the wake of Isaac and John Wilkinson the iron-masters, when (by 1756) they moved from Backbarrow near Furness to Bersham. He married Mary Roberts at Wrexham 29 Jan. 1761, but Waithman’s baptism is not recorded

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    went round by Bouth and Penny Bridge and so we find a new and much shorter road now proposed through Backbarrow and Haverthwaite direct to Greenodd. By the 12th September, 1817, the Committee were able to report that the subscriptions

    Index, A - K

    124. Ayliff , Giles, 223. " Thomas, 223. " William, 223. Aynam , 10. Ayside , Cartmel , 19. B Backbarrow , 19. Backhouse , Elizabeth, 225. " James, 55. " Roger, 166. " Rowland, 225. Bagot , Joscelyn, 273.

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