Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions

Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 2015

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Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (1981) Series: 2, Volume 81.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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Two Enclosures at Dobcross Hall, Dalston.
N. J. Higham, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 1-6)
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Roman Sites on the Cumberland Coast: Milefortlet 20 Low Mire.
R. L. Bellhouse, B.Sc (pp. 7-14)
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Sir Thomas Parr (1407-1461).
Susan E. James, Ph.D. (Cantab) (pp. 15-26)
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A Supplement to Cumberland Families and Heraldry, Part I.
C. Roy Hudleston and R. S. Boumphrey (pp. 27-48)
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Medieval Tripod Ewers in Carlisle Museum.
R. Brownsword, E. E. H. Pitt and C. Richardson (pp. 49-56)
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The Population of the Borough of Kendal in 1576.
Colin Phillips (pp. 57-62)
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Borrowdale, its Land Tenure and the Records of the Lawson Manor.
Susan Johnson (pp. 63-72)
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Some Eighteenth-Century Documents at Levens Hall.
Mrs. O. R. Bagot (pp. 73-82)
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The Burton Family of Clockmakers.
M. J. Watts, M.A., Ph.D. and C. T. Watts, B.Sc., Ph.D (pp. 83-92)
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Skirwith Hall and Wilton Tenement (Kirkland Hall): the Rebuilding of two Cumbrian Farmsteads in the Eighteenth Century.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., F.C.S.I (pp. 93-112)
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The Mushroom Elections in Carlisle, 1784-1803.
M. J. Smith (pp. 113-121)
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Lowther Hall and Castle.
M. H. Port, M.A., B.Litt., F.S.A (pp. 122-136)
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The Ice-houses of Cumbria.
R. G. David, B.A (pp. 137-156)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 157-166)
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Prehistoric Finds from Middle Bank Farm, Corney.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. (pp. 157-158)
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Finds from Crosby Ravensworth, Orton Scar and Crook.
A. E. Ellwood (pp. 158-159)
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Further Roman Coins from Docker Moor.
D. C. A. Shotter (pp. 159-160)
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The Grey Friars, Carlisle.
B. C. Jones, M.A. (pp. 160-162)
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Origins of the Port of Whitehaven: some new evidence.
J. M. Todd (pp. 162-163)
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Some Cumberland builders 1654-1678.
B. C. Jones, M.A. (pp. 163-164)
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An eighteenth-century Wool industry inscription.
John Marsh (pp. 164)
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Heraldry in Great Salkeld Rectory.
R. S. Boumphrey (pp. 164-165)
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Obituaries
Anon. (pp. 167)
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Resignations
Anon. (pp. 167)
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New Members
Anon. (pp. 168)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 169-181)
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