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Re: Gawthrop Miscellany
Posted by: Colin Huggins (ID *****8324) Date: September 24, 2004 at 11:28:06
In Reply to: Re: Gawthrop Miscellany by Colin Huggins of 219

1626, 6 May              Petition of Sir George Reynolds, Knight, Marshal of the King's Bench. Arrested Richard Culpeper at the suit of William Galthropp. Culpeper being servant to Lord Cromwell was discharged by order of the Lord Keeper. Galthropp has since impleaded petitioner upon an action for escape. House of Lords: Parliament Office: Journal Office ref. HL/PO/JO/10/1/32

1761, 13 February       Lease for a year, Samuel Gowthrop of Kendal gent. Witnesses: Martha Baldwin, William Gowthorp, Thomas Wildman, Richard Hoggart Cumbria Record Office, Kendal. Maude family papers: deeds of Bracken Hall, Preston Patrick - ref. WD MM/Box 10

1772 , 30 June              Deeds of Greenrigg Mill, Underbarrow. Premises: peat coate in Underbarrow; also peat moss staked out on Underbarrow Common near a place called Deanhead, adjoining peat moss of John Robinson, shearman, called Orpin Cragg Moss on north, peatmoss of John Robinson of Crook on south, common drain or runner on east, Crosthwaite Mosses on west, lately purchased by (1) of William Gowthrop. Cumbria Record Office, Kendal. ref. WD RG/595/10

1810-1883               Deeds relating to a close of meadow or pasture land in Wheatley, par. Doncaster, called Green House Close (Formerly known as Lowsy Bush Close), comprising by estimation 9a., but by measurement 7a. 0r. 22p., conveyed by Thomas Goulthorp, of Hickleton, co. Yorks., farmer, to the Trustees under the will of William Henry Forman, esq., decd., in 1883, the premises having been bought by Goulthorp from William Embley, late of Cantley, now of Malden, Mass., U.S.A. in 1863. Sheffield Archives. Title Deeds Doncaster and Wheatley ref. WWM/E Donc/192

1819                     Packet marked: "1819, Robert Gawthrop esq. and others [to] Thomas Holme Maude esq. also to Wm. Maude esq. Cumbria Record Office, Kendal. Maude family papers: deeds of Bracken Hall, Preston Patrick - ref. WD MM/Box 10


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