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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cartmel Fell

    Cartmel Fell CARTMEL FELL As the name indicates this township consists of a long strip of mountainous country, attaining a height of 950 ft. above sea level on the border of Staveley . It lies between Windermere on the west

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL .

    The parish of Cartmell CARTMEL Lower Allithwaite ; Upper Allithwaite ; Lower Holker ; Upper Holker ; Broughton ; Staveley ; Cartmel Fell The parish of Cartmel 1 is well defined physically, its southern end lying between the wide

    Townships Upper Allithwaite

    Townships Upper Allithwaite UPPER ALLITHWAITE This township occupies 2,675 acres 1 of the southern end of Cartmel Fell . Judging from its name, the boundaries may at one time have been so arranged that it was adjacent to Lower

    Townships Staveley

    Townships Staveley STAVELEY Staveley, 1451. This township occupies a valley sloping down northward to the lower end of Windermere , the hamlet of Staveley itself being about a mile from the Lake and from Newby Bridge . On the

    Townships Broughton

    Townships Broughton BROUGHTON Broghton, Brochton, 1277; Brogthton, 1292. As stated above, this township, often called Broughton-in-Cartmel to distinguish it from other Broughtons in the neighbourhood, has recently been divided into two called Broughton East and Grange . It gave

    Index A-K

    Index A-K NOTE.-The following less obvious abbreviations are used:-adv., advowson; b., brother; cast., castle; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; coll., college; ct., court; ctss., countess; dchss., duchess; dk., duke; D. and C, Dean and Chapter; f., father; hund., hundred; ind.,

    Townships Lower Holker

    Townships Lower Holker LOWER HOLKER Holker , 1321. This township contains Holker Hall , the chief residence in the parish, and the villages of Cark and Flookburgh . The southern half is low-lying and flat, but northward the surface

    The parish of Urswick

    The parish of Urswick URSWICK 1 Ursewyk, 1160; Urswic, 1202; Hursewic, Ursewic, 1212. Berretseige, Dom. Bk.; Berdeseia, 1157; Berdeshay, 1291; Berdesay, 1292. Bodeltun, Dom. Bk.; Bolton , 1299; Boulton , 1304. Steyntun, Dom. Bk. Adgareslith, 1212. The parish of

    Index L-Z

    Index L-Z L Ladermanes , 351 n Lady Dashwood 's stick , 275 n Ladyflat , Gt., 352 n Ladyflat , Little, 352 n Lag Bank , 400 Laith , Higher, 357 Laithbutts ( Cantsfield ), 237 Laithwaite ,

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