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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Bees

    from Henry I ., granted the manor of Stainburn ; Ketel gave Preston ; Reiner, two oxgangs of land in Rottington with the native who dwelt there. As a supplement to his former gift, William Meschin added the church of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1630

    alias & c. of Risby co. York knt., Margaret Lady Curwen late of St. Margaret's Westminster alias & c. of Rottington co. Cumberland widow, George Gage of St. Margaret's Westminster alias & c. of Framefeild co. Sussex esq., and also

    State Papers, 1655, May (3 of 5), 01 May 1655-31 May 1655

    saith, that he hath been in England about a month. And further saith, that he was born in Cumberland at Rottington, near Whitehaven. And further saith, that he is a roman catholick, but is not a romish priest; and that

    Cases before the Committee, January 1654, 01 January 1654-31 January 1654

    in Brewham, of which is worth 4 l . a year. 142 125 Margaret, widow of Sir Hen. Curwen, Bart., Rottington, Cumberland. 78 554 Ann Hawley, widow, Millmeece, Eccleshall, co. Stafford 92 202 Rob. Hawley, Millmeece, Eccleshall, co. Staffo rd Subscribers-only content

    Index, L - R

    Crowch, Edward, stationer. 185 (2) " Giles, cutler, 143 Crowch, Mary, 185, 186 Crowe, Alice, 140 Curwen, Margaret, lady, of Rottington, co. Cumberland, 31 Daldron (?), John, gent., 12 " Margaret, 12 Dale, Matthew, gent., 8 Dallin, Mary, 128 "

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moresby, Parton, The Iron Works and Pits, and the White- haven Harbour on the North, and Hensingham, Sand- with, and Rottington on the south. Mr. Cant proposed that the report be confirmed, authorising appUcation to be made to the Local Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Sa- nels, Coxley, 11. £w^v. -TueB i ay ' Tr*™ Dykes : Frid *y. TTa'eUers' Rest, 10. » sVhitehaven-Monday, Rottington ; Wednesday Kinniaide Friday, Townbank, i 0.30. t. . , „ SCOTCH POXHOtTSPS. -^«K a^^e, Longfonnacus ; Thursday, Pol- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30 Tana.-side- Tuesday, Llaneaiatffraid Gate ; Soturda/ Kiaucily. 10.30. "Tredegar - Wednesday, Mich aelstone, 10 30. > Whitehaven - Monday. Rottington Hali ; Wednesday, Montreal ; Friday, Stele Hall, 10.30. Wickst.-d's, Mr.- Wednesday, Pensax Cro_s-ro_d, ; Satur- day, Branslev, 11. Subscribers-only content

    Whitehall Evening Post (1770), FROM TUESDAY JANUARY 4 TO THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1791

    bowsprits, but -other- wife'fuflairred no very niaterial damage. On Saturday morning, Sarah Hurd, a fervant with William Noble, farmer at Rottington, riegf St. Bec's, -received a dreadful wound in one of her legs by the accidental difchargeof a fowling- piece, Subscribers-only content

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