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You searched for: Place: Blawith, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

Found 73 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    11 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    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

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    Sleaty Holm (Saddle in Holme Island, then by another direct line to a place called) the Red Well Bleath (in Blawith on the west shore thence by the shore except where the Castle Head Poo leaves the shore above the

    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    a . of pasture, 12 a . of wood, and 300 a . of moor and turbary in Great Ursewik, Blawith, and Torver. Hugh remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William granted them to Hugh for

    Beetham

    Park and so north-west across the sand to the slade in the Holme and so to the Redwell in Blawith or Blawith or Blathe on thither side of the sands and from thence up the sands eastward to Staveley Stone,

    General index, A - K

    Christopher, 338. " Edward, 105, 195, 197, 210, 294. " Rowland, 83, 203. " William, 212. Blatarn , 272, 273. Blawith , xv, 128. Blease , the, Old Hutton , 188, 189. Blenkensop , Thomas, 84, 189. " William, 148,

    General index, K - Z

    William, 121, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 148, 152, 227, 311, 361, 374, 379 n , 384, 385. Redwell , Blawith , 237. Reeve , Dorothy, 303. " Robert, 303. Reginald son of Lefwin , 417. Remington , Margaret, 288.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grasmrere, aged 6il, tics Rev. Sir llRIcUARDs FLEMIING. Burct., recter of the poriahes of W~ioderinereaosd 5 (Grasmere.a Same dlay, at Blawith Cottage, near 'Orasnge, Mrs. MArernn, relict of I Toos. huroin N MAUDE, Eng., of that place, formerly of Stricklaudgate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Land, for a term, or by the yteer, the HOUS E, Gardens, Pleaseiro Orosuods. Stablmg. with Gardner s Cnttage, at Blawith, new r the Grange Railway Statioe, en the -ro verotos and Lancaster Railway, North Lnas heoure has lately (in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tele portion ox the propeetyrcanurg be interfered with. Nearly tbe whole of the finely-timbered eastern and western elopes of Blawith having frontages to the Dulic roads leading fromo Grang to Lind ale afford sites of unrivalled Weaut for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    completely sheltered from the north, nort-wet, and north-east, winds, Nearly the whole of the flnelly:timbersd eastern and wesltern elopes Oi Blawith having frontages to the pubtlo roads leading from Grange to Lindale afford sites of unrivalled beauty for the creation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and is completel sheltered from the north, nort-west, and north-east winds. Nearlytiba Whole of the finely-timbered eastern and Westernslopes of Blawith having frontages to the publis roads leading from Grange to Lindals, afford sites of unrivalled beauty for the erection Subscribers-only content

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