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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Aldingham ALDINGHAM URSWICK PENNINGTON

    Newbiggin , Colt Park and Mote; (3) Leece and Dendron ; (4) Gleaston and half of Scales . 2 Three main subdivisions are still recognized: Aldingham proper, Gleaston and Leece with Dendron . The first of these occupies the whole

    The parish of Furness

    Gleaston Hall in 1363 holding the manor of Aldingham and other manors and lands. 88 His son and heir Robert, then six years old, proved his age in 1377 , when it was stated that he was born at

    Townships Thurnham

    life to Robert Walmesley of Lincoln's Inn . Thurnham was stated to be held of William Curwen , late of Gleaston in Furness , in socage by a rent of 6 s . 8 d .; Duchy of Lanc. Inq.

    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    Furness gave to William Harrington lord of Aldingham and Margaret his wife a right of way from the castle of Gleaston through Dalton to Barrow on foot and with all manner of carriages and horses; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxvi,

    Index A-K

    Rog. the, 355 n Gleaston , 300 n , 320 1; cast., 320-4; Hall, 301; man., 321; Nonconf., 328 Gleaston , Hugh de, 301 n ; Rog. de, 301 n ; Will. de, 301 n Gleaston Flat , 352 n

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, May 1687, 11-20, 12 May 1687-19 May 1687

    7 10 for two Customary estates in Cocken 0 10 0 for Gleaston demesnes and the Oare Pits 52 7 0 to the parson of Aldingham for Gleaston tythes 2 12 0 for Hart Mill and Sea Mill in Muckland

    Entry Book, June 1683, 11-20, 01 June 1683-30 June 1683

    the parcel of ground called Colt Park; the two water grist mills called Hart Mills and Sea Mill lying in Gleaston and Muckland, alias Mickland in Furness; the park called Hart Park; the pasture called the Kilne Close; the seven

    Index, Y, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    266, 292, 727. -, -, Wine Licence Commissioner, loans, 286, 600; Wine Licence Farmer, 600. -, -, of co. Salop, J. Hartop's bond, 287. Younger (Yonger), Alexander, Customs petition, 28, 44. Your (ore) mines or iron mines (Gleaston, Lancs), 842.

    Entry Book, July 1682, 21-29, 01 July 1682-31 July 1682

    belonging, the parcel of ground called Colt Park, the three water grist mills called Hart Milns and Sea Miln in Gleaston and Muckland alias Huckleland in Furness, the park called Hart Park, the pasture called Kilne Close, 17 acres of


    Roger Bethum, esq., is party to a fine against William Haryngton of Gleaston, knt., and Thomas Nicholls, parson of the church at Aldyngham, deforciants, of the castle of Gleaston; Lancs. Fines , Rec. Soc., p t iii, 117. 1451 Rental

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. T. E. UTsherwood, Mr. Charles Thomas Soulby, printer, Ulverstone, to Jane, fourth daughter of Mr. Joseph Goad, Yeoman, Gleaston, near Ulverstone. TAYL.OR-BENNETT.-Aug. 2nd, at Christ chluchSouthport, by tie Rev. E. Newton Jones, James Taylor, Esq., of Bakewell, Derby- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, June 23, at 1 r'r.%i Arrived at tis port, or tlie l9th instant, tile Brigand (ss.), foinn Glasgow the Gleaston Miller, l-arris. from Newrlm t; tie Beatrix, M'Kenzie, from Cardiff; tire Sea G rll, 'yrrell, from Liverpool ; the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sardinia, Cook, for New York. Cleared out from Liverpool, on the 9th inst., the Maria, Xirkby, for Belfast; and the Gleaston Miller, Anyon, for do. Came down to Deal from the river, rn the lth inst., and proceeded, the Indiannan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Greenock, on the 24th seltitno, the Sarah, Cole, of Belfast. Clearedl out at Liverpool, on the 25th ult., the Gleaston Millet, Pabucltson, for Belfast. Off the port of Liverpool, on the 25tbl ultimo, the Or- leans, an-i thle Hercules, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farmers. The tunnuels, fatinin ninuher, are if aOR- as follows :-.Corby tunnel, 1,925 yards long; Seaton, 206 IV. the yards;- Gleaston, 1,810 yards; W~ing, 803 yards, giving aLC total length of tunnelling of 4.330 yards, or equal to about n: Subscribers-only content

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