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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Peerage , s.v. Dacre of Gilsland ; Miscellaneas iv (Y.A.S. Rec. Ser. xciv), 105. Castle Howard MS., Box 24, Survey of Estates, 1563. V.C.H. Yorks. E.R . ii. 193; Complete Peerage , s.v. Dacre of Gilsland , and Carlisle .

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    28 September 1361 , leaving a brother and heir Ranulf, aged twenty-one. 85 In 1364 Ranulf Dacre , lord of Gilsland , granted the manor of Newton Hanzard to Katherine de Whitfield for the term of his life. 86 She

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    , Ric., Dacre : Anne, m. earl of Arundel , Geo., Baron Dacre of Gilsland , Wm., Baron Dacre of Gilsland , fam., Dacre of Gilsland , Barons, and see Dacre dairy equipment , manufacture, and see tools, equipment, and

    Parishes Hart

    to their son Thomas, eighth Lord Clifford , aged twenty-two. 102 He married Joan daughter of Thomas Lord Dacre of Gilsland , and was killed at the battle of St. Albans 22 May 1455 . 103 His heir was his

    North division Skipsea Skipsea township 1764 Ulrome township c. 1765 and c. 1850 Dringhoe , Upton and Brough 1762 Skipsea Castle Earthworks

    Greystoke . 3 By the marriage of Elizabeth Greystoke , Lady Greystoke , and Thomas Dacre , Lord Dacre of Gilsland , the estate passed to the Dacres, 4 and then to Elizabeth, sister and co-heir of George Dacre ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MULCASTER, William, of Carlisle, Cumb.

    found to him is for October 1537, when he sat on a special jury at Carlisle following a riot in Gilsland, and the latest in 1566, when he joined with Thomas Barne, Thomas Pattenson and others in a complaint against

    VAUX, Roland (1359-c.1412), of Triermain and Tercrosset, Cumb.

    1404, 5 Mar. 1405. Ofifces Held Verderer of Inglewood forest, Cumb. by d. Biography Hubert Vaux received the barony of Gilsland in Cumberland as a reward from Henry II, and although the barony itself eventually passed into the hands of

    CARLETON, Thomas, of Carleton, Cumb.

    da. of Henry, Lord Clifford, 2s. 1da.; (2) a da. of George Graham. suc. fa. 1586.[footnote]Land serjeant of barony of Gilsland 1580-d.; j.p. Cumb. from c.1569, rem. 1587; constable of Carlisle castle by 1592.[footnote]Carleton’s offices gave him considerable power and

    COLDALE (COWDALE), John (by 1495-1534 or later), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    in June 1516 6 he was one of a number of local men, headed by Thomas, 2nd Lord Dacre of Gilsland, and including Edward Aglionby I, his future fellow-Member, and Robert Coldale, who commissioned the rebuilding of the bridge over

    LEE (LEIGH), John I (by 1491-1542 or later), of Isel, Cumb.

    the manor in 1534-5.[footnote]The greater part of Lee’s career was bound up with his service to the Lords Dacre of Gilsland. In October 1524, after a subpoena against Lee had been obtained by Roger Tempest, the 3rd Lord Dacre told

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disappointment in love which is alluded to by Mr Lock- hart with much delicacy, Scott tnet at a ball at Gilsland with Miss Charlotte Margaret Carpenter. " A lovelier vision," says Mr Lockhart, " as all who remember her in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Aeuthor of -Scottish Heiress." .' The Gtsnbler. 3 vols. BL the Authorof "Friend or Foe." ii. teed Dlacre of Gilsland. 3 iols. 4. 'I'he Belle of the Flsmily. 3 vols. 5. The Smiths. 3 vels. 6. Irelandand its Rulers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A of the F 0 R E S T. B.3y the Author of I Lord Docre of Gilsland,' tRodenhurst,'&c. hc. E. Churton, 26 Holles street, London ; Bell and Beadfute, Edinburgh; J. Cumming, Dublin. This day, post 8vo, 5s. CREATION Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of wreath encircled the dial. Tilis was all tl information which tue police could at first obtain. A cattle-dcaler1 near Gilsland, named Joseph1 Stobart, soon came forward, lu assisted them in some degree with his testimony. Ie had been walking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Authorof "Practical Guide to the English Bake District," " Practical Guide to the Isle of Man," "Practical Guide to Carlisle, Gilsland, Roman Wall, and Neighbourhood," &c. (YTecaLy seeds, Fifth Edition, feap. fvo., with Nine Maps and Three Panoramic Views, cloth Subscribers-only content

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