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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Blawith

    Townships BlawithBLAWITHBlawith , 1346. Blawith has an area of 2,995 acres 1 on the west side of the Crake and the lower end of Coniston Water . Along the Crake there is a narrow strip of open and

    Townships Subberthwaite

    by a cairn called White Borran , a little to the south of which the hill called Blow Knott or Blawith Knott attains 812 ft. above the sea. On the centre of the west border 900 ft. is attained, and

    Townships Lowick

    said to be 'very well served.' End. Char. Rep . He was also incumbent of Blawith 1764-86 . End. Char. Rep . Also incumbent of Blawith . Incumbent of Haverthwaite 183 9. The list in the text is the copy

    The parish of Ulverston ULVERSTON

    Osmotherley ; Subberthwaite; Egton With Newland ; Lowick ; Blawith ; Torver Church Coniston The parish of Ulverston occupies the western side of Furness for a distance of nearly 17 miles, forming a strip between 1 and 4 miles wide

    Townships Torver

    The principal roads go along the valleys; one north-east from Broughton through Torver towards Coniston , joined by another from Blawith northwards to meet it near Torver Chu rch . The Broughton and Coniston single-line branch of the Furness railway

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Conishead

    . (Rec. Soc.), i, 63. Duchy of Lanc. Rental and Surv. ptfo. 5, No. .11. The priory had bailiffs at Blawith (par. of Ulverston ), Baysbrown , Whitbeck , and Haverbrack , and a fifth for its Lancashire lands. Duchy

    Townships Ulverston

    Plumpton and dues called Gresmales and Colemale in Plumpton and Blawith ; newly measured lands in Newland held by tenants at will, and a water mill; lands and rents in Blawith . The list of free tenants is then given:

    The parish of Colton

    family was Redhead. 26 At Waterside Park is the residence of Mr. Arthur Paul Brydson, whose account of Nibthwaite and Blawith is quoted in the notes. 27 The Machells of Newby Bridge were a branch of a family seated at

    Townships Warton with Lindeth

    Inq. p.m. iv, no. 43. With Borwick it went to the Bindloss family; ibid, xvii, no. 7. John Hudson of Blawith died in 1588 holding cottages in Warton of the queen as of her duchy by knight's service; ibid, xvi,

    Index A-K

    n Blawith ( Cartmel ), 278, 363 n Blawith ( Ulverston ), 342-3, 349 n , 350 n , 358, 362-3; char., 348; ch., 363; forest, 363 n ; man., 354 n . 363; vicars, list of, 363 Blawith Fells

    Index L-Z

    -, 284 n Springfield , 34 Stabilhervy , Ad. de, 364 n ; Rich. de, 364 n Stable Hervey ( Blawith ), 363 n Stafford , Hen., earl of Wiltshire , see Wiltshire ; John, 52 n ; Thos., 262

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