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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    Low Hartsop and Hayeswater in Patterdale. It is of one span formed with rough voussoirs with no walling or parapet above. Stybarrow Crag Bridge. At the Quarter Sessions held on 5 October, 1724, the surveyors of highways for Hartsop and

    Supplementary Records, Grasmere

    His specification is fully set out in Browne MSS., vol. ii, n. 43. 1727 7 August. Robert Robinson of Nether Hartsop in Patterdale entered into a bond to pull down all and every part of the common and county bridge

    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    etc. to Sir John Boukyn, rector of Marton, and Sir Adam de Brokelstowe, chaplain, as interim feoffees, my manor of Hartsop with its belongings, to have and to hold in lands, etc. without retention of anything belonging, of the chief

    Skelsmergh and Paton

    paid 1s. for lands in Patton (Marquis Fee). 1604 Edward Lancaster of Sockbred, esq., Lancelot, his son and heir, of Hartsop, esq., and Frances, wife of the said Lancelot, sold to Thomas Benson of Scalthwaiterigg, gent., for 850, the capital

    Supplementary Records, Strickland Roger and Strickland Ketel

    repair for and during the term of 10 years. Contract price 11. On 14 October following Robert Robinson of Nether Hartsop in Patterdale received 11 for the repair of this bridge. Browne MSS. vol. ii, n. 95; xv, n. 240.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLENKINSOP, William, of Hillbeck, Westmld.

    estate in Hillbeck to his father, Thomas. A William Blenkinsop appears at this time as a feoffee of land in Hartsop, Westmorland, for the Lancaster family, and was likewise employed by the northern landowner, John, Lord Roos (d.1393), but he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not recognized by our Government-- 'uetrs.i A fine large vein of lead ore was recently discovered in the manor of Hartsop, Patterdale, of which the Earl of Lonedale is lord, bh a poor man, a miner, named Hodgson,v who for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    District Association had offered £120 towards its repair, and he did not know what the peopie of Patter- dale and Hartsop would subscrihe. He thought tie Council would make a subsidy if the peopie interested subscribed liberally.-3tr. Parkni, mem- ber Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , as toe stones lie about so loossly that aanast fish mbay be experienced. Where tile streams mast near Loss Hartsop, there is a mise worked for lead C. anlsle u although the speculators have found some, 01 lead arid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G118Se d On the M1SMrr of ,uty next, v 3 E following valuable EM ATES,.sitnate il ient-e eL mare and Hartsop, Westmcrelund:- o o. Tho (PROVB, GREEN HEAD, The HEAD, tnd NOOM F'ARt , in2R.e.tmere, containing dMA. 2R. S4P Iot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RtOBERT HEWETT, Sor11tlses, late pawnrubroker, April 26, at 11. AA~RON WEBB, Appleton, Berks, larruer, April 2N, at 12. PETErs SIKAY, Hartsop 1Patterdale, Westrmorland, uiruer, April lIt, lot 10. IIEZEKCIAsI CRASEr, Wymondham, Norfolk, stationer, Ap. 27,011S. RiEUBEN SANDS, Potterhranworthr, Lirucolrrir., flanner,, Subscribers-only content

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