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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lower Holker

    . The Furness railway line goes through the centre of the township with a pretty station named Cark . The villages of Cark and Flookburgh lie respectively north and south of the station. At Flookburgh is a cross erected in

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    a cotton mill was opened at Cark , but was afterwards a corn mill. 31 The registers show that there was a paper mill at Cark about 1620. Small vessels were built at Cark in the 18th century, 32 and

    Townships Upper Holker

    to Backbarrow and Newby Bridge , while another road goes south to Cark . Along the foot of the hill on the west runs the road from Cark to Low Wood . The Furness Railway Company's single-line track from Greenodd

    Townships Broughton

    in 1608 20 Their grandson William in 1636 sold Hampsfield to Robert Curwen of Cark and his nephew, and the estate has since descended with Cark Hall . 21 The Thornburghs, adhering with fair steadiness to the Roman Catholic religion,

    Parishes Thatcham

    seems to have come into the ownership of Peter French in 1821 . 448 Elizabeth Monck married Curwen Rawlinson of Cark Hall , Lancs . 449 She died in 1691 , and left her share of Hall Court to her

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yrpsyQ'yalhus. qTy '-1,1'> 'Ymddeiigyi fod' nc-rth yr' -ystonm pa n"arutiar l iyn W 1we ddu. Ni welyd ai dn Gcctzfdbyn Cark erIS854 --Yr ae~dpdwfr mewnifunrhan o'?rddiaps;yn p ha e s lthrd ddd ddy~fnder~acsjn..y rhanau isa£ yr, pedd !' &emalia deg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laniwyd yn Liverpool, nos E, Lun. Cymerwyd pump oddiar fwrdd yr ' A- a miral Moorsom' gan y 'Falcon,' a Cark. Badd or add pump a ddynion, ye cynwys y cadben. Bu yy llestr ar y wyneb hyd brydnhawn Gwener, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edition, At 2s. 6d. Neander's Church History, 9 vole(T.& 'I. Cark' Edtion Al2s.61. Spurgeor's ''reasulry of David.' fidrst i~n5)lvo2les a1. Delitzseb Commntay o theHebews 2 vle.CT.& T. Clark), 6s. lenzgstenbergon the Psbarlem~as,3 vvoles T. & T. Clark)), Bse Isaac Barrow' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    such a compocnd?)-"' So cnuch (exclaims Mr Wilks in cosnchtsion) for the accuracy, truth, honoar, word, and character, of Mr Cark, the late clerk of Messrs Tiinperon and Co."- These are ugly exhibitions for a maiden Member; but all is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e "Exie to Silserla;" thepreaenit2 voliunes comprising threnertire contenrfot=SIX, at abouitone-fourth of thte prioe. 1d h Pubishd b Hut ad Cark, Yrlcstret, Covent garden, London ;,John Suthesrland, EdinhttrgI ;-and Rt. GriffinD; .Glssgow. :,.. Now ready, Svo. price Ss. in boards, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal, March 1719, Journal Book V, 01 March 1719-31 March 1719

    into further consideration the first opportunity. Letter from Mr. Carkesse. Spanish wool. Letter to Earl Stanhope. A letter from Mr. Cark esse in answer to the letter writ him yesterday for the opinion of the Commissioners of His Majesty's Customs

    Entry Book, May 1675, 01 May 1675-31 May 1675

    tenement called Miresidall 2 17 11 Staveley Mill 2 0 0 Rectory of Pennington 6 0 0 Two tenements in Cark and Walton 2 12 5 For a knowing every two years and half 0 8 7 The Rectory of

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1734, 03 January 1734-31 January 1734

    money XXV. pp. 178 9. Same. John King, additional assistant to the surveyor of the warehouse, London port, loco Charles Cark esse, junior, preferred to be searcher at Gravesend, loco Wm. Parker, superannuated; Jonas Tettlay, riding officer at Robin Hood's

    Index, C, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Cornwall), 640. Caribbee . See Leeward. Carisbrooke (Isle of Wight), 368. -, castle, 870. -, park, 870. -, priory, 368. Cark (Chester), 736. Carkess , James, jerquer, London port, 457. Carleton , Guy. See Bristol, Bishop of. -, Mary, who


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