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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Kirkby Ireleth

    a mile from the shore, being hidden from it by a slight hill, at the western foot of which is Sandside . Further south are the hamlets of Soutergate , Bank House and Gargreave . The surface on the east

    The borough of Scarborough

    carried up the shaft from the angles. Many ancient houses of various dates remain in the old town, particularly at Sandside . The finest example is perhaps a timberframed structure of the 15th century at the back of the Newcastle

    Townships Ulverston

    care of the council. The parish church has been described above. It has two mission churches in the township-St. Jude's, Sandside , 1874, and a mission-room in Ratton Row, 1867. Holy Trinity Church , consecrated in 1832 , is in

    Index L-Z

    Sands , the, see Kent sands Sandscale ( Furness ), 287, 299, 306; herdwick, 308 n Sandscale Haws , 306 Sandside ( Kirkby Ireleth ), 392 Sand Si de ( Ulverston ), 348 Sandstone quarries , 119 n , 256

  • * British History Online * *

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    William III, February 1702, 01 February 1702-28 February 1702

    duty of the town and lands of Sandside, Dachow, Reay and Ishurerie, with the office of bailliary thereto belonging, and of the other lands which pertained to the deceased Mr. James Innes of Sandside or William Innes, his son, or Subscribers-only content

    Supplementary Records, Heversham and Milnthorpe

    then followed on the south side of the Bela and ran between the Kennels and Hollins Well and so to Sandside. The new turnpike road avoided the awkward turn over the old bridge and kept north of the river for

    Index of names and places, I, J

    See Inverkeithing. Innerness . See Inverness. Innerpeffrey in Monzie (Inner Pether), Perthshire, ii. 881. Innes (Inns, James, Junes): James, of Sandside, ii. 1147, 1387. Robert, ii. 1149, 1388. Sir Robert, the elder, ii. 1149, 1388. Walter, of Auchlunkart, ii. 1145,

    William III, April 1701, 01 April 1701-30 April 1701

    his heirs and assigns, of the town and lands of Sandside, Daihow, Reay, and Shurerie, with the office of bailliary, and "other lands" of the deceased James Innes of Sandside, or William Innes, his eldest son, or of the deceased Subscribers-only content

    Anne, Table IX. Scottish Warrants and Commissions, 01 March 1702-31 December 1702

    & c. [ as foregoing ] granting to Robert Gordon, writer in Edinburgh, heritably, all the towns and lands of Sandside, Shewrarie, Helsetter, Fresco, Darrighshoco [? ] , Rhea, Issauld, and Auchermerland with the teinds, parsonage and vicarage, and all Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Three Tuns, Globe Street, Scarborough, Yorkshire 1729 Vipont's Long Room, Sandside, Scarborough, Yorkshire 1738 Three Tuns, Globe Street, Scarborough, Yorkshire 1740

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

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    ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Shepard [Shepherd] Role: witness Details: male; 27 Employment: Husbandman Location: Kirkby Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): Sand Side (Sandside) : undefined Participant: Henry Home [Holme] Role: witness Details: male; 34 Employment: Quarryman Location: Kirkby Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): Kirkby

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received in the affray. GREAT FIRE AT SOARBOROUGH. -On Wednesday, at noon, a terrific fire raged in Shaw's sail loft, Sandside, From the inflammatory nature of the goods on the pre- mises-tar, ropes, sails, &o.-the flames raged fiercely and spread Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A QUICKSAND.-O15 Tuesday last, Mrs. Hayton, wife of Mr. Hayton, spirit merchiant, Kendal, who is stay- ing at Miln thorpe Sandside, for tlsl benefit of her healths, wllilst walking out in company with another lady, got fast in a quicksand. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Philosophlical Saciet, 'b request, I have to ininbrin you, tha iy daughter wrote a eltter to Mrs. Inneis, Dowager of Sandside, coneerning the strange phtnouoenoli seen near this place, mlerely tor privatc intorntliati, Weith- out the sitilctst suspi; ion of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of five men, was re- ,ai turning from Thurso with some winter provisions for their Y. families, and had reached Sandside harbour in the coarse St of the afternoon, where they staid for a little to take some bt refreshment. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was staying with her parents at Ftiestley's- Boarding Hotel, Sandside, went outto-walk withi a gentleman named Marshall, and was engaged in conversation with. him, when, while passing the Spread Eagle Inn, Sandside,. the gentleman soddenly perceived that his companion weighed Subscribers-only content

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