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 (1983) Series: 2, Volume 83.


Table of Contents

Frontispiece
Anon. (pp. )
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Contents
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Prehistoric Habitation Sites in West Cumbria: Part I, The St. Bees Area and North to the Solway.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. and P. J. Cherry, B.A (pp. 1-14)
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Settlements and Groups of Small Cairns on Birkby and Birker Fells, Eskdale, Cumbria. Survey undertaken in 1982.
R. H. Leech, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A (pp. 15-24)
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A History of Meathop Woods. Part I - Prehistory.
John Satchell (pp. 25-32)
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The Vallum's Original Intention: a Multi-Purpose Work of Frontier Support
Derek Williams (pp. 33-40)
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A Celtic God from Netherby, Cumbria.
Miranda J. Green (pp. 41-48)
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A Romano-British Farm Site and Field System at Yanwath Wood, near Penrith
N. J. Higham, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 49-58)
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Romano-British Iron Extraction in North Lancashire.
Stephen H. Penney (pp. 59-62)
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The Scottish Incursions of 1327: a Glimpse of the Aftermath. (Wigton Church Accounts, 1328-9).
Katharine M. Longley (pp. 63-72)
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A Supplement to Cumberland Families and Heraldry, Part III.
C. Roy Hudleston, M.A., F.S.A. and R. S. Boumphrey, M.A., F.S.A (pp. 73-84)
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The Castle Household and Demesne Farm at Millom in 1513-14.
Angus J. L. Winchester, B.A., Ph.D (pp. 85-100)
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The Dissemination of Medical Thought in the 17th Century - A Case of Rickets in Westmorland.
Dr Audrey Eccles (pp. 101-106)
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Building Work at Sockbridge Hall, its Farmyard and Neighbourhood, 1660-1710.
Blake Tyson, B.Sc., F.C.S.I (pp. 107-124)
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Carlisle Brickmakers and Bricklayers 1652-1752.
B. C. Jones, M.A (pp. 125-130)
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Carlisle Spedding ( 1695 -1 755), Engineer, Inventor and Architect.
J. V. Beckett (pp. 131-140)
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Environmental Observations by the Rev. William Hutton of Beetham, Cumbria.
Lance Tufnell (pp. 141-150)
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The Parish Church of St. Hilda, Westward.
Rev. F. B. Swift (pp. 151-156)
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John Atkinson, 1773-1857: Yeoman Schoolmaster.
Kenneth Harper, M.A , M.Litt (pp. 157-162)
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The Headmaster, the Provost, and the Earl: the Affair of the St. Bees School Mineral Lease, 1812-1817.
John M. Todd, M.A (pp. 163-172)
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NOTES
Various. (pp. 173-181)
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Two Flints from Askham Fell, Cumbria.
M. L. Brann (pp. 173)
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Flint Scraper from Low Borrowdale Ground, Corney, Map Reference SD19 3115 4914.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. (pp. 173)
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Stone Axe from Whitestones, Waberthwaite. Map Reference SDI9 3112 4930.
J. Cherry, B.Sc. (pp. 174)
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A Rotary Quern Topstone from Barbon Beck, Near Casterton.
John Marsh (pp. 175)
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The Perch Measure of St Bees Parish.
Blake Tyson (pp. 175-177)
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Variations in the Length of the Perch in Cumbria.
B. C. Jones (pp. 177-179)
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The Osmotherleys of Langrigg Hall and Some of their Salkeld and Barwis Relations.
F. B.Swift (pp. 179-181)
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General Index
Anon. (pp. 182-194)
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