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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Hincaster and Sedgwick

    Supplementary Records Hincaster and Sedgwick HINCASTER AND SEDGWICK. 1692 15 January. Presentment that Force Bridge is in decay, order for an estimate of the charge for repair. K. Indictment Book, 1669 92. 1700 11 October. Presentment that the highway at


    HincasterHINCASTER. The mesne manor of Hincaster was held by the family of Gernet of the Burtons, as of their manor of Burton in Kendale, by the yearly service of 6s. 8d. After the termination of the male line of

    Supplementary Records, Heversham and Milnthorpe

    a ruinous condition. (K. Order Book, 1725 37). On 6 April following Robert Robinson, free mason, and Robert Bindloss of Hincaster, waller, entered into an agreement to pull down all and every part of the common and county bridge, called

    Supplementary Records, Levens

    1780 87). Certified in good and sufficient repair on 4 October, 1784. Ibid . 1787 13 January. George Haresnape of Hincaster was convicted for attempting to take salmon and other fish in enclosed ground called Levens Park on 2 November


    and Ernuin the priest held under him. Suggested tithings. carucates. II Beetham 6 " Heversham 2 " Levens 2 " Hincaster 2 V Farleton 4 V Preston Richard 3 VI Yealand, Lancs. 4 VI Borwick, Lancs. 2 Total 25 It

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRICKLAND, Thomas I, of Whinfell, Westmld.

    the beginning of the second session on 13 Apr., however, as he was still staying on Sir Walter’s estates at Hincaster 12 days later, when the two men witnessed a local property transaction. He had, even so, resumed his seat

    STRICKLAND, Sir Walter (d.1407/8), of Sizergh, Westmld.

    near Kendal, which became the family seat, but had also gained possession of estates in Barton, Brigsteer, Hackthorpe, Helsington, Heversham, Hincaster, Howes, Lowther and Stainton, thus establishing himself and his descendants as prominent local landowners. Both he and his son,

    DUCKETT, Richard (d.1448), of Grayrigg, Westmld.

    in a dispute between one of Sir Richard’s younger sons and Thomas Strickland II* over the ownership of holdings in Hincaster. Although not as influential as his late father-in-law, he none the less occupied a fairly prominent position among the

    STRICKLAND, Thomas II (d.1455), of Sizergh, Westmld.

    April 1430, as he had become involved in a dispute with Sir Richard Redmayne over the ownership of land in Hincaster, and felt it necessary to await the decision of a group of arbitrators. In July he conveyed the property

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    balances at Helislet. - At the Quarter Sessions held by adjournment at the Moot-hall, in Kendal ; William Atkinson, of Hincaster, was found guilty of a public nui- sance, by keeping cattle at large in the hili-ways * within the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oin Nionl- dti:, the 30Sila Diy ni Juize, 1817: 6UNDIRY LOTS of' CANAL CUTTING and MiMlAN I NG, extending from Hincaster to heildale al length of about Five Al Ies. . A th I/e wsae Twis arid Iorae -will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a much more amsStions character." However, they have not the remotest idea of snaking a branch striking out from Hincaster, near Kendal, to Biawes, and so briuging Barrow into coca- snunicatica with Darlington. 'The country between the two points Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is left of them-the Parish Councils are dowered with a great and useful duty and responsibility. Mr. Henny Swinglehurst, of Hincaster. perhaps the staunchest, and certainly the very ablest Radical in the county, referred to this in his speech at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he loved. THE LATE MR. HENRY SWINGLErERST. (FROM A CORRESPONiDENT.) The comparatively sudden death of Mr. Henry Swinglehurst, D.L., of Hincaster, Miluthorpe, vhich took place on Wednesday, as briefly reported in the " Mercury " of yesterday, has come as Subscribers-only content

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