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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Carnforth

    Townships CarnforthCARNFORTH Chrenefbrde, Dom. Bk.; Carneford, 1212; Kerneford, 1261. The township of Carnforth , having an area of 1, 4591/2 acres, 1 lies on the south bank of the River Keer , from which it derives its name, and

    The parish of Warton WARTON . DALTON.

    the ecclesiastical districts of Warton and Carnforth and £1,500 to Silverdale , one moiety of the interest to be devoted to church purposes and the other moiety to the poor. In Warton and Carnforth the poor's share is given in

    Townships Borwick

    , and it is crossed at the western boundary by another road, leading from Carnforth to Burton . There is a station named Borwick on the Carnforth and Wennington branch of the Furness and Midland railway, which runs through the

    Townships Warton with Lindeth

    in Warton and Lindeth . See further in the account of Carnforth . Cal. Pat . 1346-9 , pp. 333, 453. An indenture respecting Mourholme, Warton , Lindeth , Carnforth and Ulverston between Ingram de Coucy and Joan widow of

    Index A-K

    Nonconf., 170 Carnforth , Ad. de, 169 n ; Bern , de, 169; Gilb. de, 169 n ; Godith de, 169; Hen. de, 169 n ; Rob. de, 169; Thos. de, 169 n ; Will, de, 169 n Carnforth with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fearful kind eccurred on the Carnforth and Lancaster line. It appears that the fireman of the mid-day up-train had been entrusted with a letter connected with the business of the railway, and, on nearing Carnforth, by some accident this letter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lst inst., at Gloucester, the Itev. H. H. Williams, in the 87th year of his age-On the 28th nlt., at Carnforth, tirs Birket, aged 90-On the 2nd inst., aged 46, Stephen Wm. Creaghe, Esq., President of the Money Order Office, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tol- vadden Mines, Charlotte United, Trevelyon, Treharvah, all yielded to the depressed times and the remarkably low prices of minerals. Carnforth mine was suspended for a long time; and then purchased by the Botallack adventurers, and merged into their very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EIAIiWAY.-ThO Midland Railway ;om- e pasiy havo inade overtures for the purchase of -the Furness . iweay, which estends froem Carnforth to Barrow and. I' Whitebaven, and 'also communicatos with Windermere a and Coniston lakes. It is stated that an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    displayed at the larger places, such iV as Wigan, Preston, and Carlisle, but even at the el littlo station at Carnforth, high up on the moors W afNrdet Lnahrthere was still a ro of t aretLiberals, ready With a cheer, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Cuthbert, Clifton

    St. John's, Cambridge on 23 June, 1683. He was the son of Timothy Burrow, husbandman. Born at Nether Kellet near Carnforth in 1667; B.A. 1686 7, rector of Hutton 1695 1728, and of Asby from 1728 to 1739. He married

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    direct from Tewitfield to Carnforth, instead of round by Kellet, according to their l ate Act of 43 George III (1803), and by so doing making it unnecessary for the Trustees of this Milnthorp to Carnforth road going beyond Low

    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    north of Castle Head. Approved. C.C. Minutes, 1889 94. 1912 23 August. Black Dyke Bridge which carries the highway from Carnforth to Arnside over the Cut has become so dangerous that it is decided to rebuild it. It is 13

    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    new bridge over the Bela at Beetham is advertised to let, upon the line of the intended Turnpike road from Carnforth to Ulverston ( Local Chron ., 33). And on the roll of this Sessions is filed a certificate that

    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    a . of pasture, 10 a . of wood, and 4 a . of turbary in Wharton [ Warton, near Carnforth ] . Thomas and Joan acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Gervase, for which Gervase granted

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Carnforth Lodge

    Places Royal Station Hotel, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1927 Masonic Hall, Market Street, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1953 Royal Station Hotel, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1973 Masonic Hall, New Street, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1978 Masonic Hall, 1 John Street, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1992

    Warton Lodge

    1 John Street off New Street , Carnforth , Lancashire , England 1992 Masonic Hall , New Street, Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1978 1 John Street , Carnforth, Lancashire , England 1989 Royal Station Hotel , Carnforth, Lancashire , England 1971

    Silverdale Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Carnforth, Lancashire , England 1949 Masonic Hall , Royal Station Hotel , Carnforth, Lancashire, England 1952 Masonic Hall , Market Street , Carnforth , Lancashire, England 1953 Masonic Hall , Emesgate

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARD, William I.

    Lancaster in the Parliament of 1529, and in 1568 a namesake received a lease for 21 years of lands in Carnforth and Ashton, Lancashire. There is nothing to suggest that Ward was, or was connected with, the William Ward who

    LAURENCE, Robert (c.1371-1439), of Dillicar, Westmld. and Ashton, Lancs.

    as his second wife, Agnes, the daughter of Robert Washington, through whom he acquired land and reversions in Bolton-le-Sands and Carnforth. Thanks to his increased prosperity, which was in part due to his work as a royal servant, he also

    LEYBURN, Sir James (by 1490-1548), of Cunswick, Westmld.

    July and died on 20 Aug. 1548. He had recently acquired a 44-year lease of the Lancashire manors of Ashton, Carnforth and Scotforth from William Parr and this he left to his wife for 18 years with remainder to his


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