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  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Bannisdale and Fawcet Forest

    1712/13 16 January. Presentment that High Borrow Bridge and Crookdale Bridge are very ruinous; order for a report and estimate. (K. Order Book, 1696 1724). Rowland Walker's contract for repairing Crookdale Bridge, dated 27 April, 1713, included building "a wall

    Bannisdale and Fawcet Forest

    Thomas Wharton, knt., lord Wharton, conveys to Alan Bellingham of Fawcet Forest, esq., his lands and tenements in Borrowdale, and Crookdale, co. Westmorland; Reg. of D. at Levens. 1669 A Breviat of all the hearths chargeable, 18 in number 18s.

    North Westmorland, Main roads

    can still be traced crossing the "Burrow flu" at the ancient High Borrow bridge and following the west bank of Crookdale beck to Hawse Foot. After climbing 1240 feet from Kendal the road now descends and a quarter of a

    Index, General - A-K

    11, 12, 14, 55. Common Holme, 11, 16, 294. Coupland Beck, 11, 13, 14, 76, 152, 227. Cow, 16, 264. Crookdale, 203. Crooks Beck, 217. Crowder, 10. Deepdale, 16, 265, 268. Dent, 314. Dorothy, 15, 202. Duckintree, 132, 141. Eamont,

    Volume G 250, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    200 l . thereof) 298 13 4 787 William & John Whelpdale, Penrith 256 7 8 789 Sir Wm. Musgrave, Crookdale 273 6 8 791 Thos. Dykes, Wardal 155 15 0 793 Thos. Wybergh, St. Bees 130 13 4 795 Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3512

    parish CumberlandCarlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Participant: John Blackborn [Blackburne] Role: witness Details: male; 26 Employment: milner Location: Shap (Westmorland) Place(s): Crookdale (Crookedale) : hamlet Cumberland Participant: Cuthbert Brown [Brown] Role: witness Details: male; 25 Employment: farmer Location: Caldbeck (Cumberland) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stracey, Esq., of BJinoar, Sussex.-Ot the 3d itstatnt, at St. 1ppolit's. Herts, Rtobert. eldest son o1 Joins Situsliwooad, Esq., of Crookdale, Cumberland, to Idarian, daugitter of the late Rev. W. L. Lowaides. DIED. Al Plymouth, ott the 28th tilt,, Commander Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pigeon-house in Cumberland. There is one at Rose Castle, and others at Highhead Castle, Corby Castle, Barrack Park, Hutton John, Crookdale 'Hall, Wrery Hall, Aspatria Vicarage, Bunkers Hill, and Plumbland Vicarage. In "a comamunication in the Alcherelogia on this subject, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on September 2nd, at Amrniahawite, Carlisle; a number from Sir Wilfrid Lawson's herd, at Brayton, Carlisle, together with Messrs. Aebridges (Crookdale) snall herd and some of Mr- Isaac Asbridge's anrimals, on the 3rd; and the entire herd of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \\ a'deii, Lssex. On the _d inst., at St. Ippolit's. Herts, Robert, eldes son of John Small wood, Ksq-, of Crookdale, Cumber 1 land, to Marian, youngest daughter of the late Hey. W" Lax, Lowndean Professor of Astronomy in this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pro- genitor of the three other branches ot the house now existing- those of Mas-pave, Hay- tan Castle, and Crookdale. Sirßiohard„who jwas one of tiie most popular members of society, was returned for East Cumberland in ths Conservative interest Subscribers-only content

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