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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Whittington WHITTINGTON TUNSTALL IREBY

    and lands in Newton and Docker of the king as Duke of Lancaster by the hundredth part of a knight's fee. 34 His heir, his brother William, then seventeen years of age, died at Docker in 1638 , leaving a

    Townships Borwick

    in 1373 ; De Banco R. 452, m. 405 d. In 1388 John de Berwick received from feoffees land in Docker , & ;c.; Sizergh D. In 1417 John Berwick the elder gave lands in Lupton , & ;c., to

    Townships Arkholme with Cawood

    western side of the Lune; it has a branch east through the village to the river side, and north-west towards Docker and the Keer valley. The Furness and Midland Railway Companies' branch line from Wennington to Carnforth crosses the northern

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    1720 the new lodge, Stone Lodge in the north, Monk's Lodge in the southwest, and lodge houses in Carter's and Docker 's Lodge walks. 66 Stone Lodge had been mentioned in 1691 , 67 and survived in 1795 . 68

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    82 Other places of worship included a Gospel Union mission on West Quay in 1897 , a Labour church at Docker 's Hall in 1918 , and a meeting room in Westonzoyland Road for 'Christians not otherwise designated' in 1971

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Lambrigg

    6 October. Presentment that Awthwaite Bridge in Lambrigg is very ruinous and the water course to the gate adjoining to Docker, 20 yards in length is dangerous for want of repair; Order to repair before next Sessions on pain of

    Supplementary Records, Docker

    Supplementary Records DockerDOCKER. 1696 24 April. After the death of the Queen and the conspiracy to assasinate William III, it became more than ever necessary to require from the recusants the oaths of Allegiance and Abjuration, as set out


    DockerDOCKER. 1154 1189 William son of William de Lancaster gives to the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter, York, the land called Dockerga, by bounds (described), in exchange for land in Kirkeby in Kendale which Ketel son of


    12d. and are worth yearly clear 10; and the manor of Docker with the app ces there and in Middleton parcel of the said manor of Docker are of Docker are held of the king in chief by 100 th

    Supplementary Records, Whinfell

    Oaths: Walter Nicholson, James Denyson, Robert Helme, Lanclott Machell and Thomas Nicholson, in Whinfell. (K. Indictment Book 1692 1724). See Docker under same date. 1715 William Helme of Workington, a nonjuror, owned a freehold house called "Staney" in Whinfell, valued

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    faith bath ando bisn whole." Ox TicK-To go on trust-The teru, is supposed to be a dimi- nutive of Ticket. Docker, in his Coil's Horombook- speaking of the gallants who go by weater to the playhouse, says-" No imatter upen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AFriend - -Oi0P lyseell - -2 00 Mr T. Tepomb - 1 1 0A Frirod, by H. S. Wal- Hr Docker - 10 0 kler, Esq. - 01001 A Friend, by Mr J.Palin 1110 0Mr sloper - I 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GAME DUTY.-LIST of PERSONS Gwho have taken out GENERAL GAME CERTIFICATES at 3L i13. Old each. Aldeed, S. R., Holborn hilt Joddoell, Cot., 7 Bryanston street Aidridge, Johns, Middle Temple Johnson, Roderiek, Wappissg Alilnan, John, joan., Staines Jones, John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Ensign, by purchase, vice Torrens. 3,d Foot-Assistant Surgeon T. G. Logan, M.D. from the Staff, to lie &sistanr-Surgeoos, vice Docker, whose appoint- merlt boa been cancelled. 64th Fsoo-Lieut. E. Mforris, from the 94th Foot, to be Lieut. lice Bayly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Assistant Surgeon. vice Docker, whose appointment has been cancelled, read, vice Docker, appointed to the 61st Fool. 54th Foot-For E. S. Docker, Gent. to be Assistant-Sutrgeon, vice Everard, deceased, read, Assistant Surgeon E S. Docker, from the 5Sd Foot, Subscribers-only content

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

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    Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Place(s): Lancashire Participant: Henry Brabban [Brabon] Role: witness Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Docker(Docker) : undefined Cannot identify Place(s): Lancashire Participant: Marmaduke Readman [Redmayn] Role: witness Details: male; 33; gentleman Location: Thornton (Thornton)


    Matterdale (Matterdale, Matterdaile) : undefined Participant: Cuthbert Lancaster [Lancaster; Loncaster] Role: witness Details: male; 70 Location: Greystoke (Cumberland) Place(s): Docker(Docker) : undefined Participant: James Richardson [Richerdson; Richeson] Role: witness Details: male; 56 Location: Dacre (Cumberland) Place(s): Stainton (Stainton) :

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1813, 13 May 1813

    ; With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclofing Lands " within the Townfhips of Whittington and Newton-ivith- " Docker, in the Parifh of Whittington, in the County " Palatine of Lancqjier;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1834, 23 May 1834

    not recollect that we did." " Cooke?' « 1 believe we received some from Cooke." " Docker?" " And from Docker, I believe." " Did you receive any from Henry Smyth ?" " Not that I recollect." " When you Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1834, 26 May 1834

    4C24 26° Mail " Then the Dun Cote, and the Navigation, and the " Black Horse, and the Sailor's Return, were the only " Houses you were in ?" " I was in many other Houses in the Town." Subscribers-only content

    26 May 1834, 26 May 1834

    them eating and drinking as they were « before." " Were there any Suppers in the Black Horse, and " Docker in the Chair ?" " We had some Suppers a Time or Two, while we were " about the Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1834, 2 June 1834

    they Voters ?" " Yes, they was Voters, living in Lord Warwick's " Farms." " Anybody else ?" " Dingley, Docker, Evans, Knight, Cooke, M'Dermot, « M'Cuer (By a Lord.} " About how many were there alto- " gether?" " Subscribers-only content


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