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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cantsfield

    Townships CantsfieldCANTSFIELD Cantesfelt, Dom. Bk.; Canceveld, 1202; Cancefeld 1208; Cauncefeud, 1241; Cauncefild, 1283. This township is bounded on the north in part by Cant Beck , on the south by the Greeta. At the west it extends to the

    The parish of Tunstall

    TUNSTALL 1 Tunstall ; Cantsfield ; Burrow with Burrow ; Leck The parish of Tunstall , which occupies the extreme north-east corner of Lancashire , extends from the comparatively level ground on the left bank of the Lune in a

    The parish of Tatham

    estate or manor was that called ROBERT HALL , held by the Cansfield family, 19 who also held lands in Cantsfield and Oxclif fe. John Cansfield died in 1515 holding messuages and lands in Tatham of Lord Mounteagle as of

    Townships Tunstall

    Tunstall was granted to a family which used the local surname, but, as they fixed their residence at Thurland in Cantsfield , the account of them is given there. 4 There was probably also a rectory manor, held by the

    Townships Farleton

    Wennington . The tenure in each case was by knight's service. 3 The former grant, the manor proper, descended like Cantsfield fora time, 4 but soon after 1300 came to the Harringtons of Aldingham , and in 1306 the manor

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 11-20 Henry VIII

    Ivah ] , Lawgill [ Lowgill ] , Ulthuayte [ Outhwaite ] , Roberundale [ Roeburndale ] , Cauncefeld [ Cantsfield ] , and Over Kellett. Ralph and Isabella remitted all right to Bartholomew and his heirs, for which Bartholomew

    Supplementary Records, Kirkby Lonsdale

    Protestant Dissenters; allowed. K. Indictment Book, 1810 11. 1811 22 April. Order to inroll the Award of Edmund Tatham of Cantsfield, co. Lancs., gent, sole Commissioner appointed by Act of Parliament intitled "An Act for enclosing lands in the Manor

    General index, A - K

    148, 149. Calvert , John, 245. Cambridge university , 9, 191. Cantia , R. de, 4. Cantsfield , N. Lancs ., 287, 291. Cantsfield , Robert, 245. Capella , William, 231, 390. Capell Falle , Bannisdale , 235, 236. Capelsbarghe

    Index of names and places

    117. Sir John, 12, 33, 44, 49, 50, 53, 101, 106, 107, 116, 117, 163. C Caldwall , Robert, 135. Cantsfield , 11. Capeland , Thomas, 39. Carbarton , co. Notts., 23. Carill or Carlyll , Thomas, s. of John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the 'W est Blidinig of tile count y 1 York, and Iralby, Ireby wills Tathsam, Tarhiisn with Ireboy. Tunetall, Cantsfield. Leck, High Leck, LOW Le,k, lir. row, Burrow with iturrow, Bigh haurrms,, Low heirs's, Over Burrow, Overtown, Overbereogli, atid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mcrs. H. Nuttcr's establishment the ire for young ladies. Rent moderate. For prticuliars apply to AIr. H. so s. Nutter Cantsfield, Khikby Lonsdale. the s J ANCASIRE.--MARSDEN BALL, near A ind of Colmac, the reaidence of Mrs. Haillam.-To be LET, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 A ;iddleab~ro z1h.-Tn Ironfounders, Dealers, and Otboet.a By .J. GISNons TuesadY. AoYi~siber Thtird. at one o'clock in___ the ltenoot, ponthe reosessitatein Sbockton-istreet, p FUHE whle of te WORKIG PLANT apper- AL L taming t the ironfoundry. ituate inStocktons-51reat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    given, that all persons havi'- any claims or demands uoen or against the estate of THOWMAS' *JENZ1NINGS PORRITT, late of Cantsfield, in: the parish of Uirby Lorndsle, In the wasnty of Westmoreland, gentleman, deegased, who died on the Twunty-foturth day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lirkby Lonsdalo. A r, stsle and coach-housewould be emcoted for a tenant requiring such i convenIences. Mr. liebert Stephen-on, of Cantsfield, will shom the premises, and further partriulans rtay be known on application ts io Mossm Pearson and Pearson, Solicitors, Subscribers-only content

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