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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAYTON, Thomas II (d.1593), of Dalemain, Cumb.

    II (d.1593), of Dalemain, Cumb. Constituency Dates Thirsk 1571 Ofifces Held J.p. Cumb. from c.1569. Biography Of the two lists for the 1571 Parliament, that known as de Tabley has Thomas as this Member’s first name, while Browne Willis’s has

    HASELL, Sir Edward (1642-1707), of Dalemain, Cumb.

    Edward (1642-1707), of Dalemain, Cumb. Constituency Dates Cumberland Dec. 1701 1702 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cumb. 1682–3. Biography Descended from an old Cambridgeshire family, though his father held an Anglican living in Northampton, Hasell entered the service of Lady Anne Clifford

    LAYTON, William (by 1514-51/52), of Harrow, Mdx.

    owing to him in Yorkshire which he bequeathed to his brother Cuthbert and his sister ‘Gilpynge’. William Layton of the Dalemain family had a brother named Cuthbert (perhaps the knight of Malta who received a pension on the dissolution of

    WILSON, William Wilson Carus (1764-1851), of Casterton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmld.

    magistrate in Lancashire, Yorkshire and Westmorland, where he was foreman of the grand jury. With his brother-in-law Edward Hassell of Dalemain, near Penrith, and Daniel Wilson of Dallam Tower he supported the Tory Lowther or Yellow interest at the Westmorland

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, 01 September 1640-31 May 1641

    made concerning Thomas, keeper of the Clink prison, letter of Dafuet , Mr. Dagonet , Sir, used as a nickname Dalemain , Cumberland Dalhousie , Earl of, see Ramsay, William. Dallyn , Frances, wife of James, petition of James, a Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    Adam Potts of Shap, gent. of the 2nd part; and Henry Cecil Lowther of Lowther Castle, Edward William Hasell of Dalemain, John Hill of Bankfoot, Rev. William Jackson D.D. of Lowther, Rev. Robert Milner of Orton, Richard Burn of Orton

    Index, D

    -, Thomas, kt., of Naworth, lord Dacre, 315, 455, 512, 543, 582, 818. - See also Fenys. Dacre , Cumb., Dalemain in, 700. Dade , John, 245. Dadisley , James, clerk, 283. Dagenhams , Dagehammes, in Havering atte Bower, Essex, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, D

    for, 142. -, [Henry ] , senior, pension for, 142. Dalby , Isle of Man, lands and mill in, 143. Dalemain , Dalemaine, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255. Dally , [John ] , captain, company of, 331. Dalton , Lady

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    15th century. It was owned by the Dawes family for some 300 years until it came to the Hasells of Dalemain. In 1628 Lancelot Dawes extended the east wing and raised a panel inscribed, "L.D.A. Non est haec requies 1628."

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guardians of ie the West Ward Union, Westmoroland, have transmitted g through their respected chairman, Edward Williams Hasell, It Esq., Dalemain, Cumberland, the following vote of thanks to l the Kev. J. Lowry, Curate of Brougham, one of their a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contess of Lons- dale. The stail-holders incloded LaVr -onaice Larry Brougham aud Vauz, Lady Mabel pjward. Lady Vane, Mrs. Hasell Dalemain, ani Mrs. RileT, Esni. Tieru was a considerable suam of ioneyi ]'inbefi but to make up the amount of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wife Of Mr. Willianm Sharp, Of Manchester. SMITen-Hept. 18th, at Rueholhne, Hged S0, M1ary, widoW of Mr. Jossph Smith, of Dalemain, COumberland. TrrEcToannss.-Sept. 20th, at West field Hlaone, Nun MouVkon, ner Xygk ,aged 78, ALU, xhiet of Mr. Ge, Thnkotoime. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    armour were destroyed. To the left of the line between Greystoke and Penruddock are several mansions and parks, such as Dalemain, Hutton John, Dacre Castle, and Hutton Hall, all more or less memorable. Penruddock. passed, the hills close in. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Angerton, Morpeth; Mr. A. Brown, of Doxford, Chathill; and Mr. J. E. Carr Ellison, of Hedgeley. WESTMORE.AcND.-J. E. masll, Dalemain; W. D. Crewdson, Helm Lodge, near Kendal; and P. Markham, Norland. Yonrsrcinz.-Mr. S. Cunliffe Lister, of Swinton; Sir Jas. Subscribers-only content

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