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    Townships Broughton

    acres, 1 and in 1901 had a population of 218, while Grange had 1,993. The township is divided physically by Hampsfell , or Hampsfield Fell , a ridge over 600 ft. high running north and south through the centre. On Victoria County History

    Townships Lower Allithwaite

    level valley in which the town of Cartmel is placed, but on its eastern side contains the southern end of Hampsfell , over 600 ft. high, and then Humphrey Head , 172 ft. above sea level, projects into Morecambe Bay Victoria County History

    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    of Robert son of Hugh de Lindale claimed a messuage and land in Allithwaite against Margery widow of William de Hampsfell ; De Banco R. 362, m. 136. William son of Roger Waleys gave land in Lindale in Cartmel to Victoria County History

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    a height of 1,050 ft. at Gummers How; at the southern end it falls away, and then rises again as Hampsfell , 727 ft. at its highest point. To the west of this ridge is the wide and level valley Victoria County History

    Index A-K

    108 Hamilton , Ld. Archibald, 52 n Hammerton ( Skerton ), 58 Hamondson , Thos., 355 n Hampsfell , see Hampsfield Fell Hampsfell , Hamesfel, Margery de, 269 n ; Sim., 267 n ; Will, de, 269 n Hampsfield , Victoria County History

    Selside and Whitwell

    Thorneburghe was also seised of the manor of Hampsfell and a capital messuage called "Hampsfell Hall" and 140 a. of demesne lands; 11 other messuages or tenements and 80 a. land in Hampsfell, parish of Cartmell; 2 messuages, 3 cottages British History Online

    Crook and Winster

    held the manor of Croke 8, and in Poulton by Lancaster 8 rent. (4) Thomasin, wife of William Thornborough of Hampsfell, who held 18 of rent in Selsett, Patton, Whitwell, Sleddale and Kendall. 1407 (1) Henry de Gnype held of British History Online

    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    Lady Anne Knevet, the last representative of the line, when it was sold by her heirs to William Thornburgh of Hampsfell, esq., who purchased certain freehold estates in High Meathop, known as Meathop Hall and Kendal House, from the freeholding British History Online

    General index, A - K

    , Edward, 120. " James, 120, 124. " William, 120. Hamelset , see Ambleside. Hamilton , William, 11, 13, 120. Hampsfell , 242, 245, 247, 344. " Hall, 245, 247. Hamurton , Stephen, 79. Hankherd , Strickland Ketel , 286. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tfieir drive to Holker Hall, the seat of Mr. Victor Caven- dish, M.P. Subsequently the ascent to the hospice on Hampsfell was made. .From here a splendid panoramic view is to be obtained, embracing the whole of the mountains in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This ii " Hampsfell Hospice," a modern erection, built by a former pastor of Cartmel parish, for the shelter and entertainment of wanderers over the fell. As he draws nearer this little benevolent coronet of lonely Hampsfell, mountain and vale, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago a deposit of three feet deep was formed daring one of the eruptions of Mount Vesurius.-£//- verston paper. Hampsfell Hospice.- Hampsfell is a beautiful eminence overhanging the town of Cartmel The ascent is gradual, and when once gained, a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the valjey a»d walk, alone a footpath, the qUamttower,.oTCari^nel Cburob come** |grahdry into view* backed \by jfoj 'rooky shines, of: Hampsfell. Cartmel is saidrfo : resemble fa Swiss cany ton, bounded as it is by hills, placed in a valley, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Secretary, Mr. Wm. Cragg. The day's sports commenced at eleven o'clock in the morning with a dog trail over Hampsfell, a distance of nearly 10 miles. Eleven dogs entered, and the follow- ing was the result : - Anderson's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exeeptionaUy good. A hare was soon put up, which took the hounds at a rattling pace up the breast of Hampsfell, thence in a northerly direction, into the Heaniug, a wood of con- siderable extent, where she was lost. A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *2nd ult., at Rcse Cottage, Mary wife of Mr Thomas Clark, aged 87 years. Grange- On the 26th ult., at Hampsfell, Margaret, widow of the late Mr John Thornber, aged 68 years. Hcrton-On the 20th ult., Thomas Mitton, farm servant, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Miranda, out of all engagements ; Full Ripe, out of all handicaps for which the weights have appeared ; Hampsfell (yearling), Custom (yearling), out of all engagements in Lord Derby's name ; Simple, out of all engagements in Lord Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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