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  • * British History Online *

    7 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    Including the Manors and Townships of Rosgill, Thornthwaite, Mardale, Swindale, Mossdale, Wet Sleddale, Hardendale and Wasdale. ANTIQUITIES. Within this parish we have (1) the "Shap Stones" described as an avenue more than half-a-mile long terminated by a circle 18 feet

    Index of persons and Places, A

    lands in, 263, 264; town lands in, 292. Armathwaite , Armethaite, co. Cumberland, priory at, site of, 255. Armesdale [? Hardendale ] , co. Westmorland, lands in, 254. Armethaite. See Armathwaite. Armiger , , lease of the manor of West

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    (1) called the "Druid Circle" half a mile W. of S. from Oddendale; (2) another half a mile N.N.E. of Hardendale; (3) a circle and tumulus at Iron Hill, threequarters of a mile S. of W. from Harberwain. Tumuli: "Penhurrock"

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    Charles, [Surveyor General of Crown Lands ] , 299, 326. -, William, Paymaster of the Forces, Ireland, 182, 268, 403. Hardendale. See Armesdale. Haresceugh , Heskew, Heskow, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255. -, Nether, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255. Harlackenden.

    Index, General - A-K

    Haran , James, 163. Harcla , Sir Andrew, 56, 121, 130, 150. Michael, 281, 282. Sarah, 150. William, 311, 312. Hardendale , 358, 361, 373. Hall, 365. Hardin , Richard, 221. Hardrigg , Crosby Garrett , 110. Harecrag , Shap,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her 20 for wstier, who most fortunately escaped destruction, but was = mid slightly injured. A man named Hiiide, of Hardendale, lst8 Westmoteland, was also struck, and is so much inajured that me but faint hopes cure entertained of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by- the side of her mother, who most fortunately escaped destruction, but was slightly injured. A mau named Hiude, of Hardendale, Westmoreland, was also struck, and is so much injured that but faint hopes are enter- tained of his recovery. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the side of her mother, who most fortunately escaped destruction, but was slightly injured. A man named Hinde, of Hardendale, Westmoreland, was also struck, and is so much injured that but faint hopes are entertained of his recovery. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spot, by tbe side of her mother, who fortunately escaped destruction, bot was slightly injureal. A man named Hinde, of Hardendale, was also struck down, and was so muah injured, that feint hones are entertained of his recovery. The family Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of September, 1807, at five o'clock in the evening ; ALL that valuable and compact FREE- HOLD ESTATE, situate at Hardendale, in the parish of Shap, in the county of Westmorland ; consisting of a convenient Dwelling-house, with suitable outhouses, Subscribers-only content

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