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    The parish of Burton in Kendal Dalton

    is crossed, just outside the boundary, by that branch of the Lancaster and Kendal road which goes through Burton ; Deerslet or Deerslack, the ancient Durslet, is on its western side, on rising ground. The Carnforth and Wennington railway crosses Victoria County History

    Index A-K

    155, 159 Deep Carr , 11, 12 n , 34 n , 43 Deep Clough ( Caton ), 81 n Deerslet , Deerslack, Durslet, 183, 184 n , 185 Deirsgard ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 407 n De la Warr , Victoria County History

    Burton in Kendale

    tenements Henridding meadow 1s., Cragg House meadow 1s., Tunstall Tarn 1d., Spendall Green 2d., Robinson Tarn 1d., Pound acre 3d., Deerslet meadow 6d., Cringle Mire 4d. Parcel of meadows within Burton called by the name of Oxgangs: Oxgangs now in British History Online

    General index, A - J

    George, 101. " Robert, 101. " Roger, 101. " Thomas, 101. Dedmore , John, 282. Deepgill , Killington , 417. Deerslet meadow , Dalton , 289. Delacar , John, 7. " Roger, 7. Dend , Robert, 241. Denes , Thomas, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Lawsou, land surveyor, Lancaster, Mr Henry Wilson, o£ The Launds, Mr Cock, of Coat Green, and Mr Garth, of Deerslet, were called to prove the state of the land when the defendant commenced to plough it, and to show Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burton-in-Kendal, at the junction <ii • . K.irkby Lonsdale, Yealand, and other roads. Also all that compact Estate, called Ul Deerslet, situate in Dalton, in T-.inca.hire. _a immediately adjoining the above-mentinnt. w* mises, containing 7ta. Or. 30p. of ._<__■_ Arable, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Burton-in-Kendal, at the junction of the Kirkby Lonsdale, Yealand, and other roads. Also all that compact Estate, called Little Deerslet, situate in Dalton, in Lancashire, and immediately adjoining the above-mebttdned pre- mises, containing 74a. Or. 30p. of excellent Arable, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Burton-in-Kendal. at the junction of the Kirkby Lonsdale, Yealand. and other roads. Also all that compact Estate, called Lt'ff/e Deerslet, situate in Dalton, in Lancashire, and immediately adjoining the above-mentioned pre- mises, containing 74a. Or. SOp. of excellent Arable, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 7th inst., Jane, wife of Mr. Thomas Lamb, engine-driver, aged 29 years. Burton. - On the 6th inst., at Deerslet, Mr. John Garth, armer, aged 71 years. Claughton. - On the 4th inst., at High Moor, after a long Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Townley, farmer, Cator Green, and Henry Huddleston, farmer, Pott Yeats Cockerham- John Brockbank. blacksmith, Cockerham Dalion- -John Yates Garth, farmer, Deerslet, Dalton Ellel- George Drinkall, farmer, Damside, Robert Blez ard, farmer. Chipping Road House, James Dnnderdale farmer, Old Bay Horse, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cockersand Abbey : Tbomas Corbishley and Ralph Gerrard, Crook Farm. Dalton : Thomas Dixon, old Hall; and John Yates G.rth, Deerslet. Ellel : James Melling, Cragg Hail ; and James Gardner, Hole of Ellel. Halton : John \yrton and Thomas Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cock- : ersand Abbey ; Ralph Gerrard, Crook. Dalton : Thomas Dixon. Dalton Old Hall ; John Y. Oarth, I Deerslet. Ellel : Robert Chippendall ; John Parker! ; Halton: William Towers, Stubb Hall ; John Ayrton. Heysham: Robert Mashiter; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aod out of the Old T'irujnfce. ttoad lending from Lancaster to Burlon- '• Kendal, at or near a place called Deerslet, and Nceedfngt in an Easterly direction, through aud •urn certain close, culled Fio-fier Meadow, be- 'otging to William Atkinson, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stile from and out of Ike Old Turnpike-Road leading from Lancaster to Burton- in-Kendal, at or near a place called Deerslet, and proceeding, in an Easterly directiou, through aud over a certain clone, called Further Meadow, be- iMfing lo William Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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