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  • * British History Online *

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    Haverbrack and Arnside

    Haverbrack and Arnside HAVERBRACK.Haverbrack, first described as a hamlet of Heversham and later as a manor, was in the hands of the local family as early as the time of Henry II and appears to have descended to the

    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    Supplementary Records Haverbrack and Arnside HAVERBRACK AND ARNSIDE. 1602 The 27 day of October att nighte Beinge in the yeere of our Lorde God 1602, Beinge a mightie wynd was Arneshead Tower Burned, as it pleased the Lorde to pmitte.

    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    width and raised on seven arches, in length about 270 feet. Though called Beetham Bridge the west end butts in Haverbrack, the lower side at the east end in Cappleside, the higher side only in Beetham Liberty. The Stone House

    Index, A - K

    243. " Matthew, 290. " Robert, 212. " William Gillison, 290. Belle Isle , see Long Holme. Belleside Moss , Haverbrack , 254. Bellingham family , 214 n . " Alan, 43, 60, 104, 106, 262. " Col., 258. "

    Index, L - Z

    " Estate, 214n. " Morocco, 221. Levens , Park, 2, 13, 218. Levens , Nether, 216, 217. Levens Close , Haverbrack , 254. Levens , Agnes, 208. " George, 208. " John, 156. " Peter, 208. " Robert, 208. "

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Conishead

    of the vill of Patton , the gift of John son of Richard de Coupland , 40 the manor of Haverbrack (in Beetham parish), given by Margaret de Ros, 41 niece of William de Lancaster III , and other lands.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILSON, Daniel (1680-1754), of Dallam Tower, Westmld.

    manufacturer, who died childless in 1653, bequeathing his estates to a kinsman, Thomas Wilson. Thomas’s son bought the manor of Haverbrack, including a house known as Dallam Tower, which his grandson, Daniel, rebuilt in 1723.[footnote] A staunch Whig, who claimed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Districts above.Daimed of the Said Unioti Iand which re- camprise the several Townships or Plaes of iIcvershamt, wl !itslslMiintthorpe, Haverbrack, IMeaithop, Ulpha, Wither- lr stok. eehan, llicas&,Levers. atid rthletPart of I p- Costhaitemd~yh, Iingon the lft lL n sl/ide Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr. Brarnley would have great weight with any court of lawu There are now hopes that the more comiplicated Haverbrack Bank rights of wavy &e., on the some estate, will also be settled, but surely, at least, in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WESTMORLAND RIGET OF WAY CASE. RURAL DISTMICT COUNCIL mNQUInY. I tl ! if At Miluthorpe, yesterday, the cormamittee appointed 1 w by the Weq~tmorland Bnsal IDistrict Council to inquire! p into the whole question. of the DallAm Tower disputed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of principle is 3v'ixo !* that the MIilntirpe Parish Cane h :.., the well in question. i-s arpp.ac-he e of Haverbrack not beine szall a':'- parish. That is so, aithegra, as lr principald -vitnesses examinezd on : -- of Eaverbrack Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and alongside the fence leading -by the old ash tree southwards to the publio highway leading from Dixie's Inc to Haverbrack. And, further, that the existing carriage-road ma~de by the Porness Railway Company fom thoe east etd of the bridge Subscribers-only content

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