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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    part of the same situate in the Division of Storth beginning at a certain place called Leighton Beck and extending from thence to the boundary line which divides the Division of Storth from the Division of Arnside and containing in

    Beetham

    acre worth yearly 2s.; 60 acres of arable, each acre worth yearly 2s. 4d.; six messuages called Storth, each worth 8d.; at Storth there are 10 acres of land, each worth yearly 18d.; 20 acres of common, each worth yearly

    Index, L - Z

    Brow , Stricklands , 142. Storey , Nicholas, 123. " Richard, 68. " William, 68. Storrs , Windermere , 203. Storth , 250, 255. Stramongate Bridge , 31, 84, 102. " building of, 2, 82, 94. " repair of, 88,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1575

    Yorkshire Fines 1575 1575 1574 5. HILARY TERM, 17 ELIZABETH . Francis Vaghan, esq., and Thomas Keilwey, esq. John Vaghan, esq., and Ann his wife, and Henry Knyvett, kt. Manor of Beylby and 16 messuages with lands in Beylby.

    Index, A - K

    , 304. " Stricklands , 147, 205. Black Brow Bridge , 301. Black Dyke , Foulshaw , 244. " Bridge, Storth , 256, 257. Black Moss , Staveley , 206. Black Yews Scar , Witherslack , 211. Blaikbanks , Stricklands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the orkat the Ecermd. wim HCOU Lhoc- 0w~ wn'.W ,nith terX)ougood Generutal iittVd) N'f.r- I . -.,sI ''atG, . Street Storth. li WANEDimedlatelr. a rmoed Gocool -t 'Z0 - 'I Yam.ity. --Apply, Sul, paa-chlort Rm a. llMami%'L lvf AI4fiMm. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oles,. crll' T}jflO O;ale. urnit-cl-n3 Iill ittrer. . I :ii bi'rll ittrtsil i1n to I re- kL Ecnt tinle wcith Storth Wnr'eiclislirc Houtntlde. Iho in ci.pitsi conrditioa Owviier lcaving toiyu.-Saukoey' lRoyel letebi Livery, Comruacsio-o aud Belt Statbles. _ o50i U Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlie.t Villege Cactig celfi PeBiiba-rnsAplizpilNlg Street. bc8fOS. iqGatnca. ie Malniay b flcort cult (nlayaa, Moa11oony, rati JSt.jeiotilnelc Aoge bolygan-Road, I-larlote Storth. cO'JMG AlR~iT-(stron) or Sal Gi; suitbther orw Alan eoeal Alag Carte C1 Do Ar St'SCvredt ~ ree'eVai Ae 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ApctiulO 11011001 oto 'Iind o1f0 the 1,03 rcorea r 01 Ibonehto Eaody, at olbrarin 21y' Oii- ool~l0 Ill7lo Grct10ni, 000 Storth IcllulnO B.Oli 00 toro thei Illoltoiore Mosirc is. 110111, 51horgo Cripon all n- t 0lpOlld~y Jewry Lond0011of, the_. lpO.oe01112lOll11fo Subscribers-only content

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