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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hutton

    number of separate tenements to the canons, the details providing the names of several places in the township-The Marsh , Crooklands , Lairclade, Calf (brook), & c.; also half the fishery of Stammine and three nets in the Ribble within

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    Roger Dickenson's to the Endmoor was much of it narrow, and from the Endmoor to Crooklands narrow and much covered with the hedges, especially near Crooklands. Browne MSS., vol. 1, n. 220. 1736/7 14 January. Presentment that there is and

    Supplementary Records, Preston Patrick

    In pursuance of an Order made at this Quarter Sessions Benjamin Browne, the high constable, reported that the way from Crooklands Bridge to Farleton Bridge was in several places very narrow and very much covered with hazel and thorn. Browne

    Index, A - K

    25. " Colwith, 30, 182, 184, 185. " Combeck, 30, 183. " Cowan, 141. " Crookdale, 31, 130, 131. " Crooklands, 11, 243, 274, 275. " Crook-o'-Lune, 32, 125, 128. " Crowther, 25, 61, 125. " Dale End, 151. "

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    the chairman's wish. The local newspapers for July 10th, 1819, tell of the widening of the bridges at Farleton and Crooklands; tenders are invited the following week for making the road beginning near the 7th milestone from Kendal to Shap

    General index, A - K

    , 368, 396. " Chapel, 348, 353. " Hall, 297, 351, 352. Crookdale , 238. Crookfell , 157, 158, 332. Crooklands , 280. Crosby , Adam, 29. " Barnard, 174, 175. " George, 202. " Henry, 94. " John, 122.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May 1i. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDEtD. R. Williamson, Iprawicb, S461k, merchant. BANKRUPTS. W. Sandison, Cork-street, Borlingion-gardens, tailor. SoliitiMr. Tanner, Fore-street, Finsbury-square. . J. and W. N. Wbitebouse, AolmverhatiptoD, Staffordshire, factfr;s.Soll! citors, Messrs- Wimiburn and Collet} Chancery-laue., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or less, hereafter moputioued, that is to say,- A, . P. b LOT 1. Allotment ......-..-----.3. 0 3t :LOT 2. Crooklands. 1.. III 0 LOT 3. Kid Close . .-- . * . 2 1 32 - LOT 4. Back Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * A TINTO THE PUBLIC. ~tbie s : geat Demand' for BEARS' A 11SE a Peroil has the Presumption to may that ~ lyPropietr oftheGenujue Artield, when in ~ tle~u~.~,5 he nlyOnethat has not the Genuine yeet h 1-e'but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Monday, at the parish church, Otley, Mr. F. Petty, resid linen draper, & c. Otley, to Miss Carr, of Crooklands, near Brig i iendel. N .1 Same day, at Soutb,parade chapel, by the Rev. J. E. Giles, 1 Janu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cowv birow, iutorioc Burton iii tKeidal, Prestois Patrick, Prceston Row, ,NoOl;, Milness, Millhounes, Beetthsna, Becthsom, S aterloeton. Hevershamn, Preston Rtichiard, Crooklands. EiUNiStor, Rtaw, Row, Raw End, Row End, Mtiltois. ILincaster, Levees, Stain- ton. Viven, Sedgwick, Kendel, Kirkby Kendal. IjirabY ill Subscribers-only content

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