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    Townships Forton

    Cabus and others were benefactors; ibid. 344, & c. The field-names include Aldusbrook, Bagehurst, Brockhole , Dunesmoor, (H)Eskhow brook, Eskhowleyhurst, Greenriggs , Grimshead, Gafsuinescinkel or Grafsuunkil, Hervihead, Langwath ford (on the Cocker ), Llnthwaite brook, Musethwaite, Nuthurst , Scamwathlithe storthes, Victoria County History

    Index A-K

    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 man , 147 Greensyke ( Victoria County History

    General index, A - K

    Greenemyer , 194. Greengill , 306. Greenriggs , Underbarrow , xvii, 10, 12, 13, 36, 52, 58, 60, 62, 64, 65, 91, 93, 130, 133, 318, 356, 357, 360, 362, 366. " Hall, 362. Greenriggs , Robert, 357. Greenslackheved , British History Online

    Helsington and Sizergh

    the hamlets of Brathelaw (now Bradley fields), Cunswick, Tranthwaite, Routheworth, Sizergh, part of Brigsteer and the demesne of Greenriggs. 1170 80 William de Lancastre II grants to Gervase de Ainecurt 15 worth of land for the service of fee in British History Online

    General index, L - Z

    Ulverston , 21, 22, 246. Underbarrow , xvii, 157, 158, 196, 355 376 . " Chapel, 365. " see also Greenriggs. Underley , 117, 249. " Hall, 249. Undermillbeck , 45, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 56, 87, 148, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HM. Deroneo and Sona offered on Saturday afternoon, at the Rainbow Hotel, a freehold Water corn mill, knon'n aS " Greenriggs," 3m., with three closes of land, containing 2al. Ir 22p., situate in Unuor- barrow. Messrs. Heelis and Sonst were Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naninaY.-lt has seldom been our lot to witness suor an extraordinary atid well-contesled course as one which took place at Greenriggs, near Lowther, on Wednesday last, between Air. Birketf's dog, The lauke 'of Richmond, and Mr. Thurnam's Sir Edwin. After Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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