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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Satterthwaite

    Townships SatterthwaiteSATTERTHWAITESatterthwaite , 1336. Grizedale , 1336. Graythwayt, 1336. Satterthwaite extends from Coniston Water to Windermere and is almost entirely copses. It occupies three hilly ridges attaining heights of 782 ft. to over 900 ft. above sea level,

    The parish of Hawkshead HAWKSHEAD COLTON .

    And Monk Coniston ; With Skelwith; Claife; Satterthwaite The well-defined tract composing the present parishes of Hawkshead and Colton was formerly a chapelry under Dalton , not becoming an independent parish till 1578; a century later Colton was cut off

    Townships Cleveley

    1727 Robert Barbon 23 1731 Barton Parkinson , M.A. 24 ( St. John 's Coll ., Camb .) 1832 John Satterthwaite Bolden, M.A. 25 ( Trinity Coll ., Camb .) 1838 Robert Brickel, B.A. 26 (T.C.D.) 1849 William Price ,

    The parish of Pennington

    in London and elsewhere from about 1875 onwards. Curate in charge from 1893. Mr. Edge -Wright, formerly incumbent of Sawrey, Satterthwaite and Rampside , has afforded information to the editors upon several points. These details are from the churchwardens' presentments

    The parish of Furness

    15 The same year free warren also was granted in the demesne lands of Hawkshead , Sawrey, Claife, Graythwaite , Satterthwaite , Grizedale , Finsthwaite , Haverthwaite , Rusland , Bouth , Colton , Nibthwaite, Monk Coniston , Scaithwaite, Lindal,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, Islington (St Mary), St John of Jerusalem Liberty

    0.00 On behalf of: Dancer, Joseph. Comment: Late Bird/Empty. Whittle , Thomas 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Satterthwaite , - (Widow) 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Satterthwaite , - (Widow) 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Late Benbridge/Empty. Plummer , Joseph 0.40 2.00

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Lowther

    Smith 1676 r.1694 Richard Threlkeld 1694 d.1738 Richard Holme 1738 d.1763 Hugh Robinson 1763 r.1769 Henry Lowther 1814 d.1827 Jas. Satterthwaite 1828 William Jackson THE SCHOOLS. Lowther School. On 3 September, 1638, Richard, son of Sir Christopher Lowther, in love

    Langdale and Baisbrowne

    a hearth and not willing to pay, neither hath any goods to distreane upon, due at Michaelmas, 1663, 3s. Nickolas Satterthwaite, constable. 1669 71 Hearth Tax Roll, Lay Subsidy, 195, n. 73, m. 16. John Benson 1 The same 1

    General Index, S, 01 November 1651-30 November 1652

    merchant Sans Seyn , France Santen , Christian Paul Santhey , Mr. Sark , Isle of Sass , John, merchant Satterthwaite , Wm. Saul , Wm. Saumarez , John, receiver of Guernsey Saunders , Gabriel Saunderson , Nich., Viscount Castleton Subscribers-only content

    Index, General - L-Z

    231, 232, 239, 241, 243, 244, 257. William, 131, 239. Sandwath , 161, 354. Sargeson , George, 105. Michael, 163. Satterthwaite , James, 327. Saul , Mr., 42. Savage , Arthur, 283, 284. Jonathan, 334. William, 300. Sawer , Richard,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ardagh, J J Robertson, WV E Peck, C J Russell, J 3I MorgaL, A B Haig, H Cautley, J H Satterthwaite, E M Lloyd, and T Howard-Grenladier Guards: Lieut and Capt Sir J M Borgoyne, Bart, to be Capt and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chemist, druggist, and innkeeper. Reader, if you go to Preston ibeware of this man's bitter beer. When Mr Jones w6 Satterthwaite arrived at Yarmouth his state of mind can be fitly described in no words but his own : The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norton, and Co., 6 Victoria-street, Westminster Abbey. .UDITO lS. Price, Holyland, and Waterhouse, 13 Gresham- street, London. BROKERS. E. LF. Satterthwaite and Co., 6 Austinfriars, London. SECRETARY. Hon. R. R. Best. COMPANY'S OFFICES. Bartholomew house, Lothbury, London. Skerne Ironworks, Darlington. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Ferrard,' and the story is exceedingly simple; its plot may be sketched in a few words. An Englishman named Satterthwaite comes over to Ireland, to Galway, to buy an estate. Here he comes across the wholly and hopelessly ruined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., being the I 4result of crushing for the month of April. N inMessrs. Fester and Braithwaite and Messrs, teeo Satterthwaite and Co. invites applications for C ir i 32,500,000- Consolidated First M,.ortgqage Five perI eto Cent. (sold Boends of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    Sattertlvwaite, and as the Guardian of Charles Sheridan Satterthwaite and Francis Neynoe Satterthwaite, the Infant Children of the said Charles Satterthwaite and Frances Nannette Georgiana Satterthwaite ; setting forth, " That John Satterthwaite, <f formerly of Lancaster, in the County Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    the said Testator John Satterthwaite died on the Twenty- " sixth Day of December One thousand eight hundred " and seven, without having altered or revoked his said " Will, leaving the Petitioner, the said Mary Satterthwaite " his Widow, Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    in a Cause wherein the said Charles Satterthwaite, the Peti¬ tioners Millicent Michaelson, by her then Name of Milli¬ cent Satterthwaite, Benjamin Satterthwaite, and James Cornelius Satterthwaite, Infants, by the said Charles Satterthwaite their Brother, and John Thackeray, were Plaintiffs; Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    aforesaid, and also in " Consideration of Ten Shillings to the Petitioner Rawlins " Satterthwaite paid by the said William Brodrick, the Pe- " titioner Rawlins Satterthwaite, on the Nomination and by " the Direction of the said William Fawcett, Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    to be the true and lawful Attorney and Attornies of the Petitioner Rawlins Satterthwaite, his Executors and Administrators, in the Name or Names of the Petitioner Rawlins Satterthwaite, his Executors or Administrators, or in the Name or Names of him Subscribers-only content


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