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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Arkholme with Cawood

    the following had suits respecting tenements in Arkholme : Richard son of Robert de Arkholme v. Henry son of John de Arkholme ; ibid. 408, m. 67. Hugh son of Gilbert de Arkholme v. Alan le Walsh of Lupton ;

    The parish of Melling MELLING TATHAM

    been provided out of Royalist sequestrations, Arkholme and Hornby had each its curate. The old state would return at the Restoration, but in 1717 it was stated that the curate preached every Sunday at Arkholme and read prayers there every

    Townships Hornby

    of the church; with the lands of Wray , Wrayton , Cantsfield , Wennington , Old Wennington , Tunstall , Arkholme and Farleton . The service was to be that due for half a knight's fee. 10 Thus in 1242

    Townships Melling with Wrayton

    against Agnes widow of Henry del Mire ; Duchy of Lanc. Assize R. 2, m. 3. John del Hall of Arkholme and Katherine his wife in 1375 released half a messuage to Thomas Wyse , rector of Chipping ; Final

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalen , Preston

    Pascal de Bononia 18 ( Bologna ), occurs 1355 Walter Campden, 19 occurs 1366, died 1370 Ralph de Erghum ( Arkholme ), 20 occurs 1373 Thomas Horston, 21 occurs 1399 Thomas Prowett , 21a before 1480 James Standish , 22

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 1-10 Henry VIII

    Tewitfield, near Borwick ] , Sylverdale, Warton, Hysham [ Heysham ] , Middilton, Lancastre, [ Nether ] Kellet, Arwyn [ Arkholme ] , [ Priest ] Hutton, Dalton [ par. Burton-inKendal ] , Mellyng, and Warton in Amoundernes. Thomas Wasshyngton

    Lancashire Fines, 21-30 Henry VIII

    of John Haryngton, kt., deforciants of a third part of the manors of Horneby, Mellyng, Arholme, Cawode [ Cawood, in Arkholme ] , Roborondale [ Roeburndale ] , and Wray, with the appurtenances, 40 messuages, 300 a . of land,


    being only at 40s. per cent. made a stipend of 8 per annum. To this chapel a Mr. Ellis from Arkholme was first ordained. He staid about two years and was succeeded by a Mr. Hartley who quitted it in

    Supplementary Records, Kirkby Lonsdale

    appointed engineer to make the preliminary survey and report on the route of the proposed Light Railway from Kendal to Arkholme, and that his remuneration for the same be fifteen guineas with additional outpocket expenses. (C.C. Minutes, 1898 99). On

    Strickland Ketel

    358 d . John de Romundby mar. Agnes late the wife of Walter the clerk and claimed her dower in Arkholme in 1337. He married Margaret, daughter and heir of Gilbert de Brunolvesheved. The service of 8s. included that for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blaron-ou-Humber. . Rev. .J A. SEXTON, The Vicarage, Cle'ioea. E Boo. MILLSOM, Roos Rectory, Holderness, Yorkshire. Rev. H. 5H. HIORSFALL, Arkholme Vicarage, near Carnforth. ' Rev. C. G. GROOM, Perth House, Shipley. S Rev. Father WORTHY. Shitden Schools, Halifax. Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3R. i, in StatuteS Mleasure, of excellent ArablC, Meadowr, anid Posture LAND, wsith a commodious PEW in the Chapel at Arkholme. Tue Wihole late the Property of John Cundale, Esq., deceased, and b now ir. the OccupatIon of Air. Mark Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very valuable and desirable FREE- Att GasI and A~ HOLD EiTAT1E, tailed SaAR Gnsmf. situate In the SW TownshIps of Arkholme and Newton-with-Docker, in the Kit Parishes of Melling and Whittington, In the County of Lan- caster, consisting of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    32 Total .................---.----.107 1 14 7e LOT 2. e Two Allotments of PASTURE LAND e. awarded on the Inclosure of Arkholme ly hMoor, well fenced, and contigusus to e, each other-............................. 22 0 e le The above-mentioned Property Is In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e - ~~~~~Total ............. . 107 1 14 LOT 2. Two Allotments of PASTURE LAND awarded on the Inclosure of Arkholme Moor, well fenced, and contiguoles to r each other ............... . 28 0 I-The above-ienetioned Property Is In the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Annals of the parish of Halton, 1869

    Gibson , Vicar of Bolton-le-Sands . " William Bradshaw , Incumbent of Nether Kellet . Eichard Mallison , Incumbent of Arkholme . Anthony " W. Thorold , Curate of " Whittington . Eichard John Shields , Incumbent of Hornby . Subscribers-only content


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