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  • * British History Online *

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    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

    Supplementary Records, Farleton

    Supplementary Records Farleton FARLETON. 1684 Edward Wilson, esq., of Dallam Tower to all constables, etc. Whereas the several persons hereafter named, every of them being of the age of sixteen years and upwards and subjects of this realm, were

    Supplementary Records, Casterton

    Supplementary Records Casterton CASTERTON. 1593 Margaret Davenport, lately of Bromhall in Wrenbury, a widow, owes on account of recusancy 12 5s. and one eighth of the estate usually called Casterton Hall; and one eighth of the messuages and tenements

    Supplementary Records, Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    Supplementary Records Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha WITHERSLACK, MEATHOP AND ULPHA. 1542 21 December. In the Will of Edmund Pereson, tanner, under this date, he desires to be buried within his parish church of Bethome before the image of Our

    Selside and Whitwell

    Selside and Whitwell SELSIDE AND WHITWELL. 1196 Gilbert, son of Roger Fitz-Reinfrid and Helewise his wife grant by fine to Henry de Redeman all Selesat by the bounds by which Cospatrick de Selesat held it; Feet of F .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Silverdale

    Townships Silverdale SILVERDALE Selredal, 1246; Syluerdale, 1292. The hilly ground of Lindeth gradually falls away to the north, and then there is another rise to Castlebarrow, some 300 ft. above sea level, the northern limit of Silverdale . This

    Townships Livesey

    Townships Livesey LIVESEY Liveshay, 1246; Lyvesay, xiii-xvii cent.; Levesay, xiv-xv cent. Down to the end of the 17th century Livesey with Tockholes was rated as one township for fiscal and administrative purposes. The township lies to the west of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILSON, Edward (?1719-64), of Dallam Tower, Westmld.

    WILSON, Edward (?1719-64), of Dallam Tower, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1747 141754 Biography Returned unopposed for Westmorland, Edward Wilson, like his father, was classed as a government supporter. He did not stand in 1754, but stood unsuccessfully in 1761

    WILSON, Daniel (1680-1754), of Dallam Tower, Westmld.

    WILSON, Daniel (1680-1754), of Dallam Tower, Westmld. Constituency Dates Westmorland 1708 141722 Westmorland 1727 141747 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lancs. 1727-8. Biography The fortunes of the Wilsons were founded by a wealthy Kendal manufacturer, who died childless in 1653, bequeathing

    WILSON, William Wilson Carus (1764-1851), of Casterton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmld.

    WILSON, William Wilson Carus (1764-1851), of Casterton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmld. Constituency Dates Cockermouth 21 July 1821 1 Feb 1827 Biography Carus, as he was first known, was of Westmorland stock, being one of the Wilsons of Dallam Tower

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE DOG BHOW. Our asnul Dog rhw opens today, and from the foi. lowing sta It will be seen that there is an Increase In -ite number of dogs As asealready been annuned 'many offer ci en had b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The Acton Liberals claim a net gain of 119 on the new register. The Fever Hospital at Swansea has been almost coin. pletely destroyed by fire. The portrait of Sir Moses Montefiore, it is stated, is to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CLEANINGS. Paris contains over 42,000 " artists " of all grades. Law 'n order: " Keep off the grass.'-DetroitFree Press A man in Tippah county, Miss., was fecently arrested for " hugging " his wife in public. From the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The lion: F. Strutt is reported to be slightly better. The number of visitors to the Smithfield Cattle Show, oft Thursday, was over 20,000. Mr. Spurgeon, who is at Mentone, has been attacked by his old complaint, rheumatic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANDIDATES FOR THE ENSUING GENERAL ELECTION. Lo1Nx o.-Mr. Wilsos retircs from the representation of the city, but ansher commercial mass, Nlr. WVard, is pet forward in the ministerial intcrest. - The other eandidlates are Mr. Alderman Wouod, Nlr. Alderman Subscribers-only content

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