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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PENRITH, John (d.?1437), of York.

    PENRITH, John (d.?1437), of York. Constituency Dates York 1420 Ofifces Held Member of the council of 24, York by June 1419, of the council of 12 by Jan. 1420. Biography It is impossible to be absolutely certain about the

    LOWTHER, Gerard I (d.1597), of Lowther, Westmld. and Penrith, Cumb.

    of Lowther, Westmld. and Penrith, Cumb. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Cumb. rem. 1587; sheriff 1593-4; ‘auditor and surveyor’ Dacre lands in Westmld. from 1589. Biography A younger son of one of the most eminent families on the

    BURGHAM, John, of Carleton, Cumb.

    pardon awarded to him in April 1393 for a murder committed exactly five years earlier at Penrith. He was then living at Carleton (near Penrith), but he also had important connexions in Westmorland. In August 1393, for example, he and

    LOWTHER, Gerard II (1561-1624), of Penrith, Cumb.

    II (1561-1624), of Penrith, Cumb. Constituency Dates Cumberland 1601 Ofifces Held ‘Receiver and steward’ Dacre lands in Westmld. ?from 1597-1601; j.c.p. [I] from 12 Oct. 1610; treasurer King’s Inns, Dublin 1616. Ofifces Held MP [I] 1613. Biography During his early

    BRISTOWE, Robert, of Great Bristowe and Carlisle, Cumb.

    his younger brother, Richard, and their recently widowed mother (or stepmother) brought two collusive suits against one another at the Penrith assizes in order to establish a clear division of the deceased's estate. Sibyl Bristowe, who was represented in court

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -YR YSTORM YR WYTHNOS DDIWEDDAF, . ..~~~~~~~: Mae ystormydd o fellt a tharanau wedi bod yn dra mynych yn ogystal ag yn ddychrynllyd a dinystriol yn ystod y tymor presenol n y wlad hon, ac hefyd 'dros ranau elaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :addargsofydd'wgd yn Toebrook, Lerpwl. Pari I~ y- mynyed ymlaefl g~yda'r ,dyatiolaetbh gerbron yr viad- Y on, bysbysoad SaperiDt~eflde~t Fowler; o Penrith, fod. ro corif arall 'wedjgeizddargenfodkyno, y cy.fanJ yn gwneyd a ch echw~<:d 5ybrff iwedi cclii ea genedigaeth.. ~Gan insi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fiynyddol yn Bethesda, Salem, Treflys, a Saron. Daeth . 1 gynal y Ggmanfa eleni y Parchn. E. James, NefyD; T. Penrith. Phillips, ~Horeb; T. Davies, Llanelli; 0. R. Owen, Glandwr; R. r Thomas, Baoa; D. Thomas, Gwernllwyn, Dowlais, a R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llandudno, Conway, Bangor, Car narvon, Matlock, Buxton, Leeds, Sheffield, Halifax Huddersfield, Wakefield, Bradford, Wigan, Southport, Preston,, Morecombe, Blackpool, Lancaster, Barrow, Penrith, Carliele, Burelem, Hanley, Stoke, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Stafford, Buiton, Derby and Win. dermere. On SATURDAY, JUNE 8th, Cheap 3, 5, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davis, Strod.-green, 4aler in cattle.-June 14. T. Eddles, Aldermranhury, Ware- Fouselman.-June 3. J. Vose, Preston, cotton-inanu- facturer.-June 8. J. VYipond, Penrith, fdasdresser- June 14. R. Paley, Leeds, soap-baller.-June 14. M1. Rare, Exeter, cabinet-naker.-Juiy 4. R. Dyer, Bath, corn-factor. CE.RTlFICATES-Jr4ON T. Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1619/1

    Outcome: Date: 1618 - 1620 People & Places Participant: JohnMattingson [Mattison; Mattyson] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: WilliamTurner [Turner] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith) : undefined

    CP.H.1658

    plaintiff Details: male Participant: Anthony Hutton [Hutton] Role: defendant Details: male; esquire Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith (Penreth) : undefined Participant: Robert Claphamson [Claphamson] Role: defence proctor Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith, Penrithe, Penreth) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.5439

    [Sledall] Role: appellant Details: male; gentleman Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Participant: William Carlton [Carlton] Role: promoting parties Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) :

    TRANS.CP.1784/2

    Participant: WilliamSorbie [Sowerby] Role: defendant Details: male; Nephew of John Sorbie, deceased, late of Newton Reigny Participant: ThomasSorbie [Sowerby] Role: defendant Details: male; Nephew of John Sorbie, deceased, late of Newton Reigny Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith(Penrith) : undefined

    CP.G.11A

    Cuthbert Laynge [Laynge] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith (Penreth) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) : diocese Participant: Anthony Harrison [Herrison] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith (Penreth) : ecclesiastical parish Carlisle (Carliolen) :

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The friaries Carlisle , Penrith and Appleby

    The friaries Carlisle , Penrith and Appleby THE FOUR HOUSES OF FRIARS 9. THE DOMINICAN FRIARS OF CARLISLE 10. THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF CARLISLE 11. THE AUSTIN FRIARS OF PENRITH THE CARMELITE FRIARS OF APPLEBY The four orders of mendicant

    Religious houses Introduction

    Friars and the Franciscans or Grey Friars were introduced into that city. Soon after the Augustinians gained a footing in Penrith . The Carmelites or White Friars settled at Appleby , and, though not in Cumberland , they were reckoned

    Friaries The white friars

    . John Bird , D.D., was appointed one of the preachers for Easter 1537 . He was made bishop of Penrith 15 June, 1537 , and afterwards bishop of Bangor and of Chester . L. and P. Hen . VIII

    The eighteenth century Politics and military affairs

    not been used; just over a year later the house ordered a guinea to be sent to the postmaster at Penrith for his trouble in sending information during the rebellion; and the '45 perhaps finally faded out of memory in

    Townships Broughton

    church and benefice. Previously vicar of Holy Trinity , West Seaton , 1893. Vicar of Penrith 1905. Hon. Canon of Carlisle 1894; vicar of Penrith 1888. N. and Q . (Ser. 6), i, 192, 521. F. Evans , Furness ,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 February 1753, 20 February 1753

    &quot; Penrith to Chalk Beck Road, Bill. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons* by Colonel Stanwix and others: With a Bill, intituled, &quot; An Aft for repairing the fC Road leading from the Town of Penrith, in Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1753, 20 February 1753

    vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, &quot; An — chalkBeck for repairing the Road leading from the Town of Road, Biiu Penrith, in the County of Cumberland, by Hutton Hall, over Skelton and CasJlefowerby Paslures and Sebraham Bridge, to Chalk Beck, Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1753, 27 February 1753

    in the uiual Manner, brought tip a Writ m Error•,• Brawn. wherein, John Ballon is Plaintiff, and Lancelot Brown Defendant. Penrith Eniorit Road Si to an&lt;f hj.* A Meflage was brought from the Iloufe of Commons, by Colonel Sfanwix and Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1778, 10 April 1778

    Loudoun. Comes Dalhoufie. Comes Breadalbane. Comes Marchmont. Comes Oxford. Comes Aylesford. Comes Waldegrave. Comes Hillfjorough. Vifcount Weymouth. Vifcount Falmouth. PRAYERS. Penrith, Sec. -A- Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Road Bill. by Sir James Lowther, and others: With Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1778, 12 May 1778

    the Houfe of Lords. 481 Penrith, &c Road511&apos; Bin. hi» in. &c. Paving Bill. The Lord Scar/dale made the like Report from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, &quot; An &quot; Aft For continuing and amending aa Aft, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Unanimity

    by the Premier Grand Lodge, " Moderns." Meeting Places King of Prussia, Angel Lane, Penrith, Cumberland 1813 Old Crown Inn, King Street, Penrith, Cumberland 1850 Private Room, King Street, Penrith, Cumberland 1850 New Crown Hotel, Crown Square, Penrith, Cumberland 1853

    Helvellyn Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Penrith, Cumbria, England 1980

    Ullswater Lodge

    Place, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1988 Masonic Hall, Hutton Hall, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1952 Town Hall, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1932 Christchurch Parish Rooms, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1920 Central Temperance Hotel, Corn Market, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1908 Masonic Temple, Corney Square, Penrith,

    Beacon Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Hutton Hall, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1945 Masonic Hall, Portland Place, Penrith, Cumberland, England 1985

    Lodge of Unanimity

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Queen's Head, King Street, Penrith, Cumberland 1776 Black Bull, Corn Market, Penrith, Cumberland 1783 King of Prussia, Angel Lane, Penrith, Cumberland 1788

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Ann Houseman

    Details Ann Houseman in religion Mary Aloysia Frances of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Born in Penrith Died 1817 1 May in Cocken Hall father James Houseman mother Hannah Morley

 

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