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  • * British History Online * *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    down to the river Lowther and further as far as the division of Rosgill towards the east [up the stream and across it to the boundary of Rosgill ] and so all along southward by the top of the hill

    Parishes (East Ward), St James, Ormside

    August. A question of common rights arose concerning the land of Great Ormesheved between Hugh de Ormesheved and Robert de Rosgill. Hugh claimed the right of pasturing the whole township. Robert, by William de Thornburgh his attorney, claimed to be

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 14, September 1568, 01 September 1568-30 September 1568

    conference between Fras. Dacre and a Scotchman . [ sheet . ] 22. IX. Like examination of Rich Salkeld, of Rosgill, co. West-moreland : 1. Came through the church with his son-in-law Geo. Salkeld and others, but saw no assembly Subscribers-only content

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, March 1584, 01 March 1584-31 March 1584

    away with Mr. Featherstonehaugh, who said he was going to Mr. Lowther's of Lowther, and then to Mr. Salkeld of Rosgill [ Rastall ? ] . Went to Mr. Lancaster of Sockbridge, and the next day rode home to Middleton Subscribers-only content

    North Westmorland, County Bridges

    Thore. Mauld's Meaburn. Milbrigg (half) Cliburn. Musgrave. Common Holme. Soulby. Waterfalls. Rawthey (half). Holme, Crosby Ravensworth. Newbiggin (half). Askham. Colby. Rosgill. Hoff. Tebay. Borrow, Low, (half). Coupland beck. Lune near Hilton. Lune near Roundthwaite. Greenholme. Bow near Asby. Mallerstang. The

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SALKELD, Hugh I (d.1397/8), of Rosgill, Westmld.

    1362, when his father arranged a marriage for him with a local heiress, Christine Rosgill, thus securing for the family the lordship of the manor of Rosgill, where they already owned sizeable estates. For some years, Hugh the elder had

    SALKELD, Hugh II (d.c.1440), of Rosgill, Westmld.

    II (d.c.1440), of Rosgill, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1401 Ofifces Held J.p. Westmld. 14 May 1398-July 1432, Cumb. 12 Feb. 1422-July 1424. Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Appleby, Westmld. Jan. 1399; array, Westmld. Dec. 1399, Sept. 1403, May 1415,

    CRACKENTHORPE, John (d.1436), of Newbiggin, Westmld. and Ousby, Cumb.

    offset these losses by buying more land in the area, as well as negotiating the lease of other property at Rosgill from the abbot of Shap.[footnote]Crackenthorpe must have been at least 50 years of age, if not more, when he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Morgan, John Cowburn, Esq., surgeon, of Leyland, to Isabella, youngest daughter of the late - Wilkinson, Esq , of Rosgill, Westmorland, and niece to the late Rev. G. Hall, Vicar of Tenbury, Rector of Rochford, and Chaplain to Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W__t Coast express between Penrith and Shap yester- day. Soon after passing Rosgill signal-box at Thrimby the rearguard was aeen by platelayers t<> be waring his hand, and guessing tiiat something waa wrong, they motioned to other platelayers in advance, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    future. The report was adopted. Death or a Noted Wbstkobland Wbbstlbb.- The death is announced of Mr Joseph Ewbank, of Rosgill, near Snap, a man well known in the palmy days of wrestling throughout the whole wrestling district of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for tbe manors of Mel- kinthdrpe, Little Strickland, Cliburn, Yanwath, , Eamont Bridge, Askham, Helton Flecket, Bamp- ton Carhuilan, Hilton, Rosgill, Wet Sleddale, Mauldsmeaburn, Bretherdale, Sleogill, Lowther, Hackthorpe, and Whale, with Wassdale-head. WILLIAM YEOWARD, Deputy Clerk of the Peace for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at times, was completely cured by the use of this medicine. Witness to the above cures - Matthew Teas- dale, Rosgill Case sth -Mr. JOHN HARRISON, farmer, High Wakes, near Calthwaite, Cumberland, was afflicted with the sciatica, or hip rheumatism, Subscribers-only content

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