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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Egton with Newland

    crosses the southern end of the township, and has a branch north to Greenodd , then turning eastward to go up the Leven to Windermere . Greenodd , the highest point to which the Leven was navigable, was formerly a

    Townships Upper Holker

    hill on the west runs the road from Cark to Low Wood . The Furness Railway Company's single-line track from Greenodd to Newby Bridge crosses the northwestern edge of the township. Chapel Island , 2 off Conishead and formerly belonging

    The parish of Colton

    in the parish, the traffic being carried on chiefly by pack-horses. A more direct road was made in 1820 by Greenodd to Backbarrow ; Cowper, Hawkshead , 239. The old name was Landing. Charcoal burning is an ancient occupation in

    Townships Ulverston

    Market Street 3 leads to County Square, and by the Ellers and Ratton Row 4 ( Quebec Street ) to Greenodd ; to the north the short King Street leads to a point called Little Cross , from which various

    Index A-K

    Colton ), 383 Greenhows , Gt., 286 Greenhurst (Upper Holker ), 277 n Green Moor ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 392 Greenodd , 358 Greenriggs , 107 n Greenriggs , Gt., 108 n Greenscoe , see Grenscow Greenside , 401 Greenstead

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Class t'.-LANISoHANS. Cockerel and Pullet hatched in 1877 : 1st, tho Rev. Cecil W. Cox, Atherstone-on-Stour; 2nd, Mr. 13. Skelton, Greenodd; 3rd, Mr. James Rogers. bloxham. CUass 95. -LEBGIoNS, Cook and Hen: Ist, Mr. William Mort, Stafford; 2nd, Mrs. NY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM1 T 51 SEA,-As Mr. Robinson, of Penny Dridge, Vas on Tuesday walking on the Diorecambe Bay sands, near to Greenodd, he found a small glass bottle containing a piece of paper, on which had been written with a coloured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZEIEA:UcUST 7. THE BA?SXUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 189Q PECEIVING ORDES. .FsrnnICK MOSNTIIAL, ddox Strret, Regent Street, TLondon, andMarskeHU. Richmaond,Yorishire. captain in the 4thL Battalion PrincesS of Wiles's Own Yorkshire Regiment. - Hnor Sxrrse , HARRY Sirr, and TomAs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as John Brassington, Lower High Street, Wednesbury, saddler. JAS1ES 1u2srna-IDc, Kent Street, Fenton, Stafford. shire, groer and carter. .nhfR-FY FLasMnG, Greenodd, Ulverston, Lancashire, joiner. IsAac FIDu . Woodlands Road, Station Street, and Lenthorpe, all Middlesbrough, valuer, stonemason, and builder. FREDERIC Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    horses, the property of Mr. Storey, were wil- hle fully shot at within this week, on the marsh opposite he Greenodd. The horses were fired at with a double-barelled l gun. Two of them came home with about a quarter Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    Keighley to Kendal Trust and the Kirkby Lonsdale to Milnthorp Trust are now amalgamated. Carnforth to Milnthorpe and Levens to Greenodd. Bishop Nicolson in his dairy for October 16th, 1704, writes: "In company w[ith ] a deal of Kendale friends,

    Index, A - K

    Foot , Troutbeck , 197. Greenholme Bridge , 25. Greenhow , Robert, 242. Greenlane , Lupton , 296. Greenodd , 18, 19. Greenodd , William, 83. Greenwood , Edward, 152. " H. B., 104, 312. " James, 119. " Robert,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1763, 28 January 1763

    Newby Bridge; and from thence, over Eeling- harth Brow, to the Market Town of Booth, and over Penny^ Bridge, by Greenodd, and from thence, on the Eaft Side of Arrad, to Ulverjlone • from thence, through Lindal, by Titeiip, up Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1763, 1 February 1763

    to Newby Bridge; and from thence over Eelingharth Brow, to the Market Town of Booth; and over Penny Bridge by Greenodd, a fmall Sea Port; and from thence on the Eaft Side of Arrad to Ulverjlone; and from thence through Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1763, 1 February 1763

    Cartmell Fell to New by Bridge; and over Eelingharth Brow to the Town of Booth; and over Penny Bridge, by Greenodd, and on the Eaft Side of Arrad, to Ulver- fione; and from thence through Lindal, by Tite, up to Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1763, 7 February 1763

    over Cartmell Fell, to Newby Bridge; and over Eelingharth Brozo to the Town of Booth; and over Pe/zwy Bridge, by Greenodd, and on the Eaft Side of Arrad, to Ulverfione; and from thence, through Z?«- dtf/, by 77fc, up to Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1763, 10 February 1763

    over Cartmell Fell to Neioby Bridge; and over Eelingharth Brow to the Town of Booth; and over Penny Bridge by Greenodd, and on the Eaft Side of Artad, to Ulverfione; and from thence through Lindal, by Titeup, to Kirkby Ireleth; Subscribers-only content

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