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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Oswald, Ravenstonedale

    the repair of four bridges of which Smardale was one. On 18 July, 1649, at the Assize held at Appleby, sixteen bridges were presented as in decay after the Civil War, of which Smardale was one, when it was ordered

    Parishes (East Ward), St Andrew, Crosby Garrett

    Barrow on Raiset Pike; a Tumulus quarter of a mile north-east of Smardale Bridge; and Cairns at Hardrigg. The site of a chapel and Holy Well at Smardale. THE CHURCH. In the "Antique Taxatio Ecclesiastica" of Pope Nicholas IV, made

    North Westmorland, Railways

    Smardale. From here it continues an undulating course via Appleby to Newbiggin, where it enters Cumberland, and finally joins the Newcastle and Carlisle section of the North Eastern Railway at Petteril Bridge about a mile from Carlisle station. The

    Parishes (East Ward), St John, Kirkby Stephen

    that the King's highway from Christian Head to Smardale Beck, near Crosby mill, leading from Kirkby Stephen to Crosby Garrett is in similar decay and that the inhabitants of Kirkby Stephen, Waitby, Smardale and Soulby ought to repair it. This

    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    the army, as requested by a late Act, the parish of Long Marton together with the Townships of Milburn and Smardale, having 101 inhabited houses had to provide two men or be fined 20 for each man missing from that

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAVAGE, William (b.bef.1368), of Smardale, Westmld.

    being the grandson and heir of Thomas Smardale, who was himself Stafley’s grandson. Halton had died without issue in April 1396, leaving a number of small properties in Ousby and Culgaith, Cumberland, and Smardale, Waitby, Kirkby Stephen, Kirkby Thore and

    WARCOP, Thomas (d.c.1589), of Smardale, Westmld.

    (d.c.1589), of Smardale, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1547 Westmorland Oct. 1553 Westmorland Apr. 1554 Westmorland Nov. 1554 Westmorland 1559 Westmorland 1571 Westmorland 1572 Westmorland 1584 Westmorland 1586 Westmorland 1589 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body in 1546; gent. pens. 1550/2-d.;

    WARCOP, Thomas (by 1525-89), of Smardale, Westmld.

    (by 1525-89), of Smardale, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1547 Westmorland Oct. 1553 Westmorland Apr. 1554 Westmorland Nov. 1554 Westmorland 1559 Westmorland 1571 Westmorland 1572 Westmorland 1584 Westmorland 1586 Westmorland 1589 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body in 1546; gent. pens.

    WARCOP, Thomas II, of Lammerside, Westmld.

    him until August 1388, by which date his first wife, Joan (or Katherine) Smardale, had died, leaving him with a life interest in her manor of Smardale. No doubt with the intention of consolidating his position as a landowner even

    MUSGRAVE, Sir Thomas (d.1409), of Great and Little Musgrave and Hartley, Westmld.

    of his second wife remains unknown, but she at least helped to offset this loss by bringing him land in Smardale, Westmorland. Richard Musgrave married Elizabeth, the daughter of Thomas Beetham†, and pursued a fairly active career in local government.[footnote]

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

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    CP.G.3497

    Role: defendant Details: male Participant: John Bland [Blande] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: John Parkin [Parkyn] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Kirkby Stephen (Westmorland) Place(s): Smardale (Smedall, Smardale) : township Kaber (Caber, Cabar) : township Waitby (Waitby, Waytbey) : township

    CP.G.570

    Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: John Tod [Todd] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Waytton (Waytton) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Kirkby Stephen (Westmorland) Place(s): Kaber (Caber) : undefined Smardale (Smardalle) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thit counity Pailat WO tine of Lancaster; (Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale. Barbon, Mid- A dletoix, ilavenstonediate, Wharton, Nateby, Kirkby Stephen, extt Smardale, Waitby, Hartley, Winton, Ka~ber, Birough, Brougls net Sowerby, Stailnmore, and otalumore Forest, in thle county of isis Westmorland; Sedbergli, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birkett Fells. At 17 miles from the commence- mnent it crosses over the South Durham Railway by means of the Smardale, Viaduct. 'Then in succession coine Crosby Garrett. Ormeside, Appleby, Long Matten, and Newbiggzen. Thce first work or any magnitude Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoah-am; 'Mr. lobe Highmoior, Barnardl Castle. Prizes: - al Cattle.-Fat hull, W. Littlefair, Hartley Fold; 2, C. Brown; 3,3J. Close, Smardale BAlL rat cow, W. Dent and Sons, Kaber; 2, W. Hutchinson, Lodge; 3, W. 1 Littlefair. Fat heifer, never Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - b-c-i obtained of a thrilling 000-ear--ace on ii... No h-llat?rn Railway at Sinardale Cii], ??toa-s ohio- tools ao- taetv-eeu Smardale and Rnven:ror edac ioa- ott" a hre, until a few years ago, an. I Oat-sIt. ri-c ?llll 0 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Holme, Bardsey. Dariington District.-First prizes: Ravenstondale, Warcop, Cliburn, Middleton, Clifton. Second prizes: Castie Eden, Piereebridge, Rowley. Coundon. Third prizes: Evenwood, Smardale, Norton, Pinching- thorpe, Musgrave. A WORD OF PRAISE FOR SCARBOROUGH i _ _ NURSES. The Scarborcagh Borough Coroner held Subscribers-only content

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