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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Colton

    of Haverthwaite lies near the Leven , at the southern end of the hill; Abbots Reading stands at the foot of the hill's western slope. The roads naturally follow the valleys. 3 One leads east from Ulverston , through Haverthwaite

    Townships Lowick

    . He was also incumbent of Blawith 1764-86 . End. Char. Rep . Also incumbent of Blawith . Incumbent of Haverthwaite 183 9. The list in the text is the copy of one which Mr. Piper has prepared and set

    Townships Eccleston

    in 1881 , being succeeded by his grandson (son of his son Samuel), Mr. Samuel Taylor , of Birkdault in Haverthwaite . 33 The heir in 1892 sold the manor and estate to Sir Gilbert Greenall , of Walton near

    The parish of Furness

    also was granted in the demesne lands of Hawkshead , Sawrey, Claife, Graythwaite , Satterthwaite , Grizedale , Finsthwaite , Haverthwaite , Rusland , Bouth , Colton , Nibthwaite, Monk Coniston , Scaithwaite, Lindal, Dalton , Killerwick, Marsh , Ireleth

    Index A-K

    240 n Haverbreaks (brecks), 12, 34, 45 n Haverigg Holme ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 392 Haversham , Ld., 94 n Haverthwaite , 286, 383; ch., 386; fishery, 384; man., 384 Hawarden , Anne, 179, 179 n ; Bryan, 179, 179

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.5773

    No sentence Outcome: Date: 1660 - 1700 People & Places Participant: Francis Dobson [Dobson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Frances Driffield [Driffeild] Role: defendant Details: female; widow Location: Easingwold (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Easingwold (Easingwould) : ecclesiastical parish Haverthwaite (Hoverthwaite) : undefined

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    by Bouth and Penny Bridge and so we find a new and much shorter road now proposed through Backbarrow and Haverthwaite direct to Greenodd. By the 12th September, 1817, the Committee were able to report that the subscriptions had already

    Introduction, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    Brathey, Skelwith and Monk Conistone , in Grisdale, Satterthwaite, Dale Park, Graithwaite, Whaithead, Rusland, Slot Parke, Plumb Green, Finstead and Haverthwaite, in Cartmel Fell in Cartmel and in Great Langdale and Loughrigg, all in North Lancashire or Westmorland, protested that

    Index, A - K

    176. Hastwell , William, 124. Haverbrack , 49, 248, 252, 254 257 . " boundaries of, 254. " mill, 255. Haverthwaite , 19. Hawes , le, 83, 156. " Bridge, 31, 114. " " repair of, 112, 113. " Colliery,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an accident which oecurred to hirn on Sunday week, w~hen there wfas ab mateh at spell and nurr played at Haverthwaite, a village near Backbsrrow. After the match was over, a man calledJohn Teff, of Baokbarrow, was in the act Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coal tbere is likely to be something of a reversion to peat as a fuel, even In high; places. At Haverthwaite, near Windermere, a gat peat bog is going to be turned to nmoney-makidg account! as soon as the land-owner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shaken, and nearly all I thethe ;Undows shivered. The windows of the Low Wood a. its Inn and those of Haverthwaite church and school have been mate broken by the explosion. One cause of the great extent of ly as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bend, and, going along the shore, crosses a substantially built bridge at Lady Sykes, from which the charming village of Haverthwaite, with its ivy-clad church and the tower of the Low Wood Powder Mille, can be seen. Two tunnels-one 180 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It appeared that early out Sunday morning the gamekeeper, with an assistant, went out for the purpose of watchig the Haverthwaite pre- serves. About one o'clock they heard the sorea m of a hare, and Harper looking round saw six Subscribers-only content

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