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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    Supplementary Records Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha WITHERSLACK, MEATHOP AND ULPHA. 1542 21 December. In the Will of Edmund Pereson, tanner, under this date, he desires to be buried within his parish church of Bethome before the image of Our Lady.

    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha WITHERSLACK, MEATHOP AND ULPHA. The mesne manor of Meathop and Ulpha with land at Crackenthorpe in Beetham was an early feoffment by one of the lords of Beetham in the twelfth century. Henry de Bethum (1251

    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    Holme Island to a point (being the recognised division of the Furness Railway between the townships of Upper Allithwate and Meathop for rating purposes), and from the last mentioned point following the modern recognized township boundary to the centre of

    Beetham

    and Crakintorp with two mills for the yearly service of 2s. The descent of that free tenement is described under Meathop and Ulpha. The earliest reference to the manor of Cappleside occurs in 1523, when Edward Middleton of that place

    Holme and Holmescales

    Hudson 1 Jane Jackson 1 Widd: Robinson 1 Rich: Jackson 1 James Litleton 1 Rich: Edmondson 1 See Beetham and Meathop. Roger de Beauchamp probably made this grant in right of his wife Grecia, relict of Thomas de Workington, who

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEETHAM, Sir John (d.c.1415), of Beetham, Westmld.

    ancestors acquired the manor of Beetham during the reign of Richard I, and subsequently became lords of the manors of Meathop and Farleton as well, holding most of their property as feudal tenants of the earls of Oxford. Little is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Go~ugh and Smith, Birmingham, platers. le. AvsoErotlsers, Crosland moor, clothdreesere; as far as regards W. hi ns Hanson land Hiscox, Meathop, Ulverstone and Lancaster Railway to T. Southern and T. Southern jun., Salford, manufacturing chemists. h I Stott and Illingworth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chairman, who ,is a member of the Storrs Hotel and Railway Syndicate, favoured the scheme of a railway coming from Meathop iup the Winster. Valley.-Mr. J. B. Baddeley and Canon Stock spoke in favour of this route, and the general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kirkby Lonsdale to aeXLdal and Bowness; and (c) an en- tension froma Grange up the Winster Valley by way of Meathop to, Bowness. The first two are the same distance. The last increases the distance from Leeds five miles, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chairman, who Is a member of the Storrs Hotel and Railway Syndicate, favoured the scheme of a railway coming from Meathop up the Winster Valley.-Mr. J. B. Baddeley and Canou Stock spoke ia favour of this route, and the general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a charred state, and in the state of ordinary sun-dried peats-down a canal he cut in the peat-moss near Meathop, in order with this kind of fuel to smelt at a furnace, near his residence in Cartmel, the hbematite Subscribers-only content

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