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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Yealand Redmayne

    through the eastern part of the township. Through the village another road goes north and north-west, by Brackenthwaite , to Arnside ; at Leyland Storrs it is joined by a road from Silverdale . The London and North-Western Railway Company's

    Townships Silverdale

    the hill, and then goes north to join the firstnamed road. From the Cove there is also a road to Arnside . The roadsides are variegated by ferns and many species of wild plants; there are numerous plantations, and the

    Townships Hawkshead and Monks Coniston

    by the ancient custom called 'tenant right,' from Blelham tarn fishery, Elterwater Park , and the bailiwicks of Brathay, Skelwith, Arnside , Oxenfell, Waterhead and (Monk) Coniston , with other profits. According to the Survey of 1649 only one court

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Cartmel

    the settlement of this Irish dispute Cartmel was involved in litigation at home with Ralph de Beetham , lord of Arnside , over fishing rights in the River Kent , which then as now was in the habit of shifting

    The parish of Hawkshead HAWKSHEAD COLTON .

    recently been divided into four quarters, which were thus defined in 1717 :-(1) Claife; (2) Monk Coniston , Skelwith and Arnside ; (3) Satter thwaite , Dale Park , Grizedale and Graythwaite ; (4) Hawkshead , Hawkshead Field and Fieldhead

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    Supplementary Records Haverbrack and Arnside HAVERBRACK AND ARNSIDE. 1602 The 27 day of October att nighte Beinge in the yeere of our Lorde God 1602, Beinge a mightie wynd was Arneshead Tower Burned, as it pleased the Lorde to pmitte.

    Supplementary Records, Hincaster and Sedgwick

    It was reported that the Hincaster and Arnside branch line was completed, and that a heavy train of waggons loaded with iron and drawn by three engines has been leisurely taken from Arnside to Hincaster and back to test the

    Haverbrack and Arnside

    and Arnside HAVERBRACK. Haverbrack, first described as a hamlet of Heversham and later as a manor, was in the hands of the local family as early as the time of Henry II and appears to have descended to the four


    Bethum" family held the major part of Farleton and Beetham, and in John's reign were posessors of the fishery between Arnside and Blawith. Gospatric son of Orm and his son, Thomas, held the major part of Preston Patrick and Holme;

    Declared Accounts, Excise, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    several Collectors of the Salt Duties within the time of this Accompt. for the old duty commencing 25 March 1694 Arnside, co. Lancaster 1 (Ralph Leicester) 24 0 0 Bideford, co. Devon (Edmund Aram) 3 17 5 Bishops Lidiard, co.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    incurred except a trifling remuneration to the union clerk, and the unavoidable cost of the printed ferris. Your obedient servant, Arnside, 15th Sept., 1S54. CT. Name of Farm__ _ Township Parish ----_ _ County - Farmer's name__ _ _ Date Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is gazetted, off On Monday morning, as a party of children were being ker) taken by train from Kendal to Arnside, a little boy, aned rell- ix, was leaning against the door, when it flew ocna, and rles he was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The inhabitants of Arnside and the neighboarbood, dur. ing the last few days, have been thrown into a state of great exoitement, in consequence of the wreck of the beautiful yacht belonging to Mr. lRodick, of Ash Meadow, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds. T. A trOSNEY, Esq., East View, Wa ietield. %VM. TODD, Esq., Carmon Villa, Bridlington. WMl. BELL. rsq., Wood Close, Arnside. T. MASTIN', R 22, -New Street, Carnuorth. Mrs. ARMSTRONG. 25, St. Leonard's Gate, Lancaster. T. OATES. Esq. Cooper Lone, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atmospheric effect is rendered with delicate truth :and the work is very clever and very beautiful.-2Mr. Jl. Buxton Knights " Arnside, Morecambe Bay, Cumberland' (35) is not happy in the sky which is lacking in delicacy and is out of Subscribers-only content

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

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    People & Places Participant: William Bradley [Braideleye; Braidley; Bradley] Alternate name: Bradlaugh Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Beetham (Westmorland) Place(s): Arnside (Armeside, Arneside) : undefined Beetham (Westmorland) Beetham (Bethom) : ecclesiastical parish Yorkshire, North Riding Richmond (Richmond) : archdeaconry Chester

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Christopher Cockbourne, 2/7/1816

    Surname Cockbourne Forename Christopher Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 2/7/1816 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Arnside// OTHER INFORMATION Source Carlisle RO, DRC 1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Goodenough, Samuel/Carlisle 1808- 1827 Comment Stipend £70.


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