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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    and making of a bridge at the end of Milnthorpe. Also I give to the mending of the cawsey betwixt Cinderbarrow and . . .wbrige . . . . Also it is my will such goods as I have given

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    William Downham, bishop of, 192. " Chancellor of, 192, 193. Churchfield , 88, 91. Church Stonewith , Ambleside , 189. Cinderbarrow , 258. Claife , Windermere , 202. Clapham Church , 34. " Vicar of, 278. Clark , Isabel, 162.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Ins excepted T. Dixon. Horses for agxienitnent parpoxsr.-Br mrI or with foal at feot,(. Singleton Gaasu~ng- 2, T. Clement, Cinderbarrow. Throe-year-old -filly,. bred within th district5 J. C. Totpfrin Skelton, Penritle; 2, Rt. Ormarod Low Iloiishaw. Two-year-old ylly brad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years old, intsnded for breeding parposes, Trustees of W. sad J. T. Taylor; 2, J. Wakefield, Sedgvick; 3, T. Clement, Cinderbarrow, Levens. Two dairy cows, in caf or milk, 12,and4,E.Mason.,Waterrorok, Kendal; ,3. Chap- man. Natland. Kendal. Three short-horned cows. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Miessrs. Jordan and Sons (Kendal), R. Reich, of Lord's Plain, Levens; W. Carr, of Gateside, Klendal; and T. Clementv Cinderbarrow, send their stock; and yesterday several awnimals which have wan prizes at the numerous district shows competed. The judges Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Mr 1 ,- Eyreton). The judges were Mr Parker (Moss End Farm. Milnthorpe), for the cattle, and Mr Tnos. Clement (Cinderbarrow Farm. Milnthorpe), lor the horses, and their decisions were satisfactory, though a number of those present disagreed with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E SdXB,v.C.T. Royds. j L^. &** ' !L WITHOUT A LICENSE. tt&*° k farmer at Cinderbarrow, in the - ■!•„*• I> lJoB ,' *j Redmavne, was charged with ;S^Sou^^ oiithe2ndNovem- ia,t'S*lednot guilty- . »«**? STS, « the y a PP Subscribers-only content

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