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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OSMUNDLAW, William, of Langrigg, Cumb.

    land and tenements in Carlisle, Aketon and Aynthorn, as well as other holdings in the vills of Botcherby, Caldecotes, Cummersdale, Etterby, ‘Solum’, Stubsgill, Whelpo and elsewhere in Cumberland. He is, moreover, said to have built Langrigg Hall, which become the

    TILLIOL, Sir Peter (1356-1435), of Scaleby, Cumb.

    who received the manor of Scaleby from Henry I at some point before 1130, and subsequently acquired the manors of Etterby and Rickerby as well. By the mid 14th century the Tilliols also owned the manors of Ireby, Kirklinton, ‘Scotlittilgarth’,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, November 1592, 01 November 1592-30 November 1592

    Bell, sons to Jockie, for taking 20 kye and oxen and 1 black mare. Oct. and Nov. The inhabitants of Etterby, complain upon the Yrwens, called the Kanges upon the Stankhewgh, Geordie Armestrange of Catgill and others, for taking 3 Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, July 1537, 11-15, 01 July 1537-31 July 1537

    the provender of his horses, provision of his house, and victualling of the city and castle, the tithes of Hoghton, Etterby, Botcherby, Penrith, and Langerby which be about the rent of 40 l . a year. [3. The captain has

    Index, E, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    or Etton , John, of Louth, I. 380 (p. 177). -, John, II. 44. -, Ric., II. g. 796 (16). Etterby , near Carlisle, II. 249 (5, 6). Ettingsoll and Etringwll Yend (Staff.?) ; I. 1263. Etton , Yorks., I.

    Index, E, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    p. 32. New: the Queen's, p. 33; Old: the Queen's, p. 33; Lord Hume gets hounds at (21st Oct.), 987. Etterby : raids on, 791, p. 430. Euetson , John: unfurnished, p. 48. Eure (Ewer), William, lord: his tenants, & Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lot d -verth, of llydal tiosl, IM otstnou-e tesod, sit t'ottt sossmite'c: r ci-tlctc of IRegintald Glasaos, Esq., late of Etterby, in the crU;sty oa Cssssberland. DIED. On thle 20th iost., in tse 82nd r-ear of his aoe, Mr Pcrr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of last year.- Cnalodianl Bne#, May 7. OTTER HUNTING IN THE EDEN'-An otter was cvp- tu-ed on Monday morning near Etterby. A hunt having bekn decided upon, that noted Miound Thunder soon ch 11inged the dreg with a voice well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rtstive at starting, beotturo still inore uneasy on hearing hi e soulnd of a ttin in Vth railmvay cutting at Etterby, and get quire beyond the control of the driver svhen the train 4Heared in sight, The Bisohep of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e night, wvent to visit a village calied Cargo, and to c return home had to pass the top of Etterby 6Oarr, a precipitous vwalk near the river Eden. The night was t intensely dark and stormy, and it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a~t the top of this scaur there is a road to various wijlages. Awvalk at the top known as Etterby Sceut baa for v~ery many years been a iashlionable promenade, the view from it being exensive. It has been Subscribers-only content

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