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2 edition of Clockmaking in North Lancashire and South Westmorland 1680-1880 (3 volumes). found in the catalog.

Clockmaking in North Lancashire and South Westmorland 1680-1880 (3 volumes).

Susan Elizabeth Stuart

Clockmaking in North Lancashire and South Westmorland 1680-1880 (3 volumes).

by Susan Elizabeth Stuart

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

MPhil thesis, Modern Languages.

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Open LibraryOL20905831M

"Westmorland, an inland county, bounded on the NW and the N by Cumberland, on the NE by Durham, on the E and the SE by Yorkshire, on the S and the SW by Lancashire. Its outline is irregular. Its boundaries, to a considerable extent and at intervals, are formed by Windermere, Ulleswater, and the rivers Eamont and Lune. Page 7 - In these mountains (Crossfell), towards the northeast part of the county, is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton, and other places bordering upon the mountains of Ingleborrow, Pendle, and Penigent, in the confines of the counties of York and Lancaster; it is called a .

Appleby-in-Westmorland, a market town and civil parish in the Eden district of Cumbria, England, had a population was 3, at the Census. Traversed by the River Eden, Appleby is the county town of the historic county of was known simply as Appleby until , when its council, as a successor parish to the former borough, changed its name to preserve the name Westmorland Country: England.   I would like to request an census lookup of Lupton Mill for a Robert Hayhurst (b~). He lists Kirkby Lonsdale as his birthplace in the census'. A corn miller, his possible parents are Christopher and Nancy Agnes Hayhurst of Lupton Mill. In he marries Jane Kendall in Ulverston. Your time is appreciated. Genealiza. Westmorland, historic county of northwestern England, bounded on the north and west by Cumberland, on the southwest and southeast by Lancashire, on the east by Yorkshire, and on the northeast by Durham. It is now part of the districts of Eden and South Lakeland in the administrative county of Cumbria.

Given the remote and relatively isolated community in which they lived—with the Scottish border to the north, the Pennines to the east, Furness to the south and the sea to the west—the gentry of Cumberland and Westmorland formed a rather inward-looking and closed society, bound together by innumerable ties of kinship and interest. Westmorland is one of the Lake Counties. It is a mountainous shire, with some of the grandest scenery of the land. The heart of Westmorland lies in the Lakeland fells. One of the most famous roads is that over the Kirkstone Pass, a bleak, sheer rock pass across the mountains. Anne's Well, Shap - Healing Well Benny Howe, Shap, Tumulus Bern Well, Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale - Healing Well Borrens, Barbon, Kirkby Lonsdale - Cairn Bracken Howe, Shap - Tumulus Brinns Well, Shap - Healing Well Broken Cross, Shap - Cross Brown Howe, Shap - Tumulus Bull Pot of the Witches, Casterton - Cave Carl Lofts,.


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