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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Pennington

    The parish of Pennington PENNINGTON 1 Pennigetun, Dom. Bk.; Penigto a, c. 1160; Peninton, 1186; Peningtun, c. 1190. The parish and township of Pennington occupy a portion of the more level country of Low Furness , midway between the

    Townships Torver

    Townships Torver TORVER Thorwerghe, 1202; Thorfergh, 1246. Torver lies between the great range of the Coniston Fells , 2,000 to 2,500 ft. above the sea, striking northeast and south-west and a minor parallel range called Torver Back. Across this

    Townships Osmotherley

    Townships Osmotherley OSMOTHERLEY Asmunderlauhe, c. 1240; Asemunderlauwe, c. 1270; Asmunderlowe, 1299; Asmondrelaw, c. 1320. This township occupies part of the eastern slope of the range of hills dividing Ulverston from Kirkby Ireleth . At the level ground near the

    Townships Ulverston

    Townships Ulverston ULVERSTON Ulvrestun, Dom. Bk.; Olveston , 1155; Ulvereston, 1180; Ulveston, 1202; Ulvestun, 1208; Ulreston, 1246; Ulverestone, 1302. A final e was commonly used a century ago. The local pronunciation is Ooston. The township of Ulverston occupies the

    Townships Blawith

    Townships Blawith BLAWITH Blawith , 1346. Blawith has an area of 2,995 acres 1 on the west side of the Crake and the lower end of Coniston Water . Along the Crake there is a narrow strip of open

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendices, The churches

    Appendices The churches APPENDICES. THE CHURCHES. In the absence of any positive claim to the spiritual oversight of Carlisle and this diaconate of Westmarieland, which had long been neglected by the bishops of Durham, William Rufus after his conquest

    Haverbrack and Arnside

    Haverbrack 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


    Grasmere THE ANTIQUITIES OF KENDALE. GRASMERE. The parishes of Grasmere and Windermere were "forest." Down to a comparatively recent period there were no freeholds in these parishes except the Fleming estate in Rydal and Loughrigg, monastic land such as


    Introduction INTRODUCTION. Kentdale, as distinguished from the town of Kirkby-in-Kendale, was in the eleventh and first half of the twelfth century the name of a district in that part of North-Western England, which had lain within the power sometimes

    Index, General - A-K

    Index General - A-K For easier reference the variants of the same name have been brought together under a modernized form in many instances. The same name or subject frequently recurs on the same page without further reference to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The Archduke Joseph of Austria is said to be seriously ill at Cannes.. Mf, Alex. Dumas has jist left, Marseilles for Florence, where he is to pass the winter. The Mayor of Ipswich hame fixed the 17th inst. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pLIGAMUSEMENTS.'- ]jRTOYAOYL. HS WE ON~LY. DIRl. FIRD G1T OULD AND H-IS CELEBRATED COMPANY. 1.002 NIGHRT To-vln FIT, AT 7.30, or "TH1E BL AC K F L AG," in Four Acts, by Henry Pettitt. Ce Sot'DV EX.Mr, EDWARD TERRY. Boxe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B~~~MUASEtMENTS. ATRBE ROYAL - THIS WEEK ONLY. TIHE EMINENT COMEDIAN, BI . EDWARD TERRY. At 7.31, the now Comedy, by A. W. Piuero, " THE ROCKET." bMr. Terry, riith enormuous success (iuring his present tour CrCdbnylajljriiGv th Bulrnand's successful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P1PUBLIC AMUB1SEMENT. TaEATRBE; ROYAL. - LAST TWO NIGHTS. THE EMINENT COMEDIAN, DtR. EDWARD TERRY. At 7.32, the new Comedy, by A. W. Pincro, " THE ROCKET." I etl by Terry with enormous success during his present tour- r concieuiog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONTAL.____ lfIIMINGIIAM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL FOR D GIALS. AT QUEJEN'S COLLIclII. SPRING TERM COMMENCES 16th January, 1884. Fees: Pupils isoder 12, L4. 4s. ;above 12 and under 14, £4.14s. 64.; above 14, L6 l~s. 64. JOSEPH LEWIS, Secretary. 21, Subscribers-only content

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