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    purchased of her late husband, Ralph, in Sleddale; ib . 1330 Gilbert de Lancastre grants to his son, Christopher, inter alia all his lands and tenements in Sleddale. See Skelsmergh, p. 252. 1332 Sleddale. Subsidy of a fifteenth. Robert son

    Supplementary Records, Longsleddale

    July. Order that Will. Holme, Margaret Todd, Roger Lickbarrow, John Lowes and Isabel Harryson repair a foot bridge in Long Sleddale called Bitch Hill Bridge (now Beech Hill). Kendal Order Book, 1696 1724. 1699/1700 12 January. Roger Lickbarrow of Dockernook


    p.m., 49 Edw. III (1), n. 29. 1383 Christopher de Lancastre grants his lands and tenements in Whynfell, Fatherbank and Sleddale in Kendale to feoffees to the use of his son, John de Lancastre, the younger, with remainder, in default

    Bannisdale and Fawcet Forest

    Sleddale, younger, for the death of Adam Stele, killed in Banandesdall in Stirkeland Ketill on Thursday after S. S. Peter and Paul, 16 Richard II; Cal. Pat. R . 1393, p. 318. Feoffment by William de Blenkansopp, John de

    Skelsmergh and Paton

    land in Sokebred in Barton and all his lands and tenements in Skelmesergh, Stirkeland Roger, Fatherbank (in Staveley), and in Sleddale in the vill of Stirkeland Ketil; also the reversion of his lands and tenements in Whynfell which Robert de

    Strickland Roger

    bovate in Stirkland Randolf of Thomas de Ros for 6s. 8d. yearly, and one carucate in Stirkland Randolf 4 and Sleddale of Thomas de Ros by homage and the service of 6s. 8d. yearly. He died in 28 Edward III


    Pipe Rolls of Westmorland , 202. 1246 William de Lancaster III enfeoffed Gilbert de Berbrun of 20 a. land in Sleddale, worth 10s. yearly. Lancs. Inq . (Record Soc.), i, 167. 1250 68 William son of Gilbert de Berebrun gave

    Supplementary Records, Levens

    lordships of Levens, Heversham, Millthrop, Clawthrop, Fawcett Forest, High House Skelsmergh, Helsington, Underbarrow, Crosthwaite with Lyth, Crook, Staveley, Hughgill, Long Sleddale, Sadgill, Kendal, Kirkland, Watchfield and Gathorn. K. Order and Indictment Book, 1798 1811. 1815 10 July. Presentment that Edward

    Crook and Winster

    Lancaster 8 rent. (4) Thomasin, wife of William Thornborough of Hampsfell, who held 18 of rent in Selsett, Patton, Whitwell, Sleddale and Kendall. 1407 (1) Henry de Gnype held of John de Parr etc. (as in 1390) for 3s. (

    General index, L - Z

    213. Longsleddale , xvi, 86, 104, 241, 244, 276 n , 300 307 , 366, 392, 393. " see also Sleddale. Lonsdale , 1. 9, 50, 51, 53, 55, 56, 60, 69, 87. " Adam dean of, 131. " Viscount,

    Selside and Whitwell

    Bellingham, knt., his fourth daughter, Thomasin, wife of William Thornburgh of Hamsfell obtained 18 in rent in Selseth, Patton, Whitwell, Sleddale and Kendale, as her pourparty; Dodsworth's MS. 149, f. 103 b . 1553 Inquest taken at Kyrkbye in Kendall,

    Appendix of illustrative documents, Nos. i-xxviii

    cum omnibus pertinenciis suis sine ullo retinemento per omnes divisas subscriptas, videlicet ab Arnestan usque Le Wyndschard per summum inter Sleddale et Fausyde usque ad capud del Bradmyre et per divisas de Banandysdale usque ad magnam viam que venit de


    a. land in Crosbank, for 2d. at Martinmas yearly. Witnesses: Edward Middilton, Oliver Middliton, gents., Thomas Wilson, William Watir, Richard Sleddale, yeomen. Dated 25 January, 1 Richard III; Orig. at Sizergh. 1489 Grant by William Dawber, chaplain, to Robert Makareth,

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, January-June 1638, 01 January 1638-30 June 1638

    . " Lambrigg. xx. 2 lines . " Langdon. xxi. p . " Levens. xxii. = p . " Long Sleddale. xxiii. 1. 2. =1 p . " Lupton. xxiv. 1. 2. =1 p . " Mansergh. xxv. = p Subscribers-only content

    Kirkby in Kendale, 1352-1450

    pay to Thomas 20 marks for the said marriage; D. at Levens. 1402 Grant by Adam Fattyng and John de Sleddale, chaplains, to John Waryner and Margaret his wife of two tenements in Le Strowmongate in the vill of Kyrkeby


    mother of the said William and Henry de Redeman, father of Matth ew, tenant, touching the land of Traneterne and Sleddale Brunnolf, bovate in Helsington, 1 carucate of land called Levenes, the land of Whitebergh and Crostweit. William grants that

    Kirkby in Kendale, 1453-1530

    Berburn, Kir[k ] slak, Hotonrofe, Strikelande, Moyserth, Bolteston, Berdesaland, Annotheth, Thornes, Bredeholm, Calerigge, Whitte well, Hiltonland, Warcopland, Strikeland Ketill, Grossewhayte, Sleddale, Wetherslake, Aldesteynton, Steynton, Likebarugh, Forsterfeld, Wynster, Ryggmayden, Bannandesdale, Kneton ( sic ), Tenleshed, Middulton, and elsewhere in co. Westmorland;

    Strickland Ketel

    vill. Very possibly this was afterwards known as Strickland Ketel. The lands may h ave been in Strickland Roger and Sleddale. The Excheq. Inq. p.m., ser. i, file 10, n. 12, gives Roger de Laiburn here. In Mich. Term, 1340,

    Undermilbeck, Applethwaite and Winster

    Berburn, Kirslak, Hotonrofe, Strikelande [Roger ] , Moyserth, Bolteston, Berdesaland, Annotheth, Thornes, Bredeholm, Calerigge, Whittewell, Hiltonland, Warcopland, Strikeland Ketill, Grossewhayte, Sleddale, Witherslake, Aldesteynton, Steynton, Likebarugh, Forsterfeld, Wynster, Ryggmayden, Bannandesdale, Kneton ( sic ), Tenleshed, Middulton and elsewhere in co. Westmoreland;

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Shap

    is admitted to mark a great advance on all that had been achieved previously. Sleddale Grange. In 1360 complaint was made of persons riotously breaking into Sleddale Grange and other houses belonging to Shap Abbey, and therein committing several disorders.

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