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Reference DDAR
Covering dates 1545-1927
Held by Lancashire Record Office
Extent 342 Files
Source of acquisition Deposited by Judge Myles Archibald of Rusland, 9 Oct. 1956 and 25 Feb. 1957.
Creators Archibald family of Rusland

Administrative history:
The Rusland estate was founded in the 16th century by a cadet branch of the Rawlinsons of Graythwaite whose descendant sold it in 1762 to Thomas Walker whose grand-daughter carried it in 1832 to her husband Charles Dickson Archibald, of a Nova Scotia family.

Contents:
This collection consists of:
DDAR 1 - 280 Furness Fells and Kirkby Ireleth.
DDAR 281 - 317 Walney Island and Low Furness
DDAR 318 - 321 Nova Scotia
DDAR 322 - 341 Miscellaneous



Furness Fells and Kirkby Ireleth  DDAR 1 - 280  [n.d.]

Summary of complaints and demands of Rowland Tayliore in a dispute with Edw. Scales -  DDAR 1  n.d

Instructions to a jury re the above dispute  DDAR 2  n.d

Summary of charges and evidence in disputes re tenement at Thwaithead  DDAR 3  n.d

"Challenges" made by Rowland and Christopher Taylior against Robt.Wilson for various debts and damages  DDAR 4  n.d

[no title]  DDAR 5  16 Aug. 1845

Contents:
Award of Wm.Brathwait of Cawrey, Geo. Thomlynson of Grysedayle, Wm.Blomer of Satterthwat and John Burnes of Rusland, yeomen, in a dispute between (i) Leonarde Rygg of Satterthwat and Evan and Geo. Rygg, sons of L.R. (ii) Thos. Scale, Ric. Scale and Roland Scale, sons of John Scale of the Thwat Hede -- re third of a close at the Force with a little parcel of wood to the side which John Scale had taken from Leonarde Rygg.

[no title]  DDAR 6  31 Aug. 1560

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £3.6s.8d: (i) Jas. Skaile of Ruseland, labourer, Myles Tailyor and John Thomlynson, (ii) Chris. Sands of Grathwaite, gent. -- a dole of wood and ground at the Rukhowe --

Receipt for £20: Ric Rawlynson of Hullater, husbandman, to Robt. R. his son, for half a tenement called Hullater  DDAR 7  2 Feb. 1564/5

Bargain and sale: for 15s: Jas. Scaylle of Rusland, husbandman, to Geo. Turner of Rusland -- two parcels of wood at Strande Hoo, Rusland -  DDAR 8  28 Feb. 1564"5

Receipt for £7.8s: Thos. Priston, esq. to Geo. Tarner of Raysland, Wm. Wyllson and Alen Penigton -- for 6 "bands of Ierne" -- [Signed 'Thomas Preston']  DDAR 9  19 Oct. 1577

Bargain and sale: for 13s.4d: Wm.Tailyor of the Thwaitehead, yeoman, to Geo. Turner of Ruseland, smith -- parcel of wood and earth at the Strand Hous --  DDAR 10  5 Dec. 1578

[no title]  DDAR 11  16 Dec. 1583

Contents:
Lease: for 2 lives at 2s rent: Geo. Turner of Ruseland, smith, to Wm. Wilson son of John W. of the Crosse Lands, husbandman -- messuage and tenement at Crosslands with ground at Wylson Browe above Brockbanke Garthe, for the lives of W.W. and his wife "for widdowe right", W.W. having previously conveyed the property to G.T. --

[no title]  DDAR 12  4 Mar. 1593/4

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for a certain sum: Geo. Turner of Rusland and Ric. his son, to Rowland, also som of G.T. -- a house onsett last in the tenure of Leomard Walker with a close of wood and earth adjoining, a close of wood and earth called Strand Hows, a quarter of Willson Browe, a parcel of wood and earth at Out Yeat, a quarter of a parcel of meadow and half the "after gress on the Syling Beck, a parcel of ground in the moss at Syling Beck and half a close called Myer, a dale of meadow called Better Medowe" in the neither end" and half a close in the Overmerskabarrow --

Inventory of the goods and chattels of Wm. Tayler by Robt. Scales, Ric. Burnes, Thos. Scales and Edward Wilson  DDAR 13  20 Jan. 1596/7

[no title]  DDAR 14  18 Feb. 1596/7

Contents:
Award of Bryan Benson of Skellwithe, Clement Tailer of Fynstwhat, Ric. Dodgson of Nibtwhait, Robt. Tailer of Fynstwhat, Myles Walker of Daleparke and Wm Rigge of Satterwhait in a dispute between Jas Tayler of the Wheathead and Rowland Tailer, natural brother of Jas. re a tenement of Wm.Tailer, their father.

Award of Wm.Kerby, Thos Scailes, Jas.Wilson, John Scailes and Christofer Burnes in a dispute as in DDAR 14  DDAR 15  2 Mar. 1596/7

Receipt for 20s: Rowland Turner of Rusland, smith, to Ric. Turner his natural brother, for a parcel of land mortgaged and for some sheep  DDAR 16  25 Jun. 1603

Receipt for 20s: Rowland Turner of Rusland, smith, to Ric. Turner his natural brother, for a parcel of land mortgaged and for some sheep  DDAR 17  24 Jun. 1603

Bargain and sale: for £15: John Rigge of Saterwhat, farmer, to Wm. Scale of Twhateheade, husbandman -- Forse Close --  DDAR 18  29 Sep. 1605

[no title]  DDAR 19  6 Feb. 1687/8

Contents:
Agreement: Miles Walker of Daile Park, yeoman, with Thos. Addison of Whitehaven, Cumberland, gent. -- sale of iron cinders and iron skawes at Cinderhill near Daneford Bridge; one grindlestone to be sent to Penny Bridge --

Inventory of goods and chattels of Kennet Teyler, late wife of Wm.T  DDAR 20  9 Jun. 1608

Letter: John Fleminge to Wm.Kerbie, Chris Burnes, Thos Scale the elder, T.S. the younger, Robt. Willson, John Willson, Ronald Walker, and Chris. Tailer -- re delay in making an award --  DDAR 21  6 Jun. 1609

Letter from Wm.Kirbie, Chris Burnes, John Wilson, Thos. Scale, junior and Robt. Wilson -- explaining the delay in the award referred to in DDAR 21, in a dispute between Jas.Taylor and Ric. Taylor --  DDAR 22  20 Jun. 1609

Evidence of Chris Taylor, Jenneta Taylor and Mabell Stryckland -- re markings of Whaithead sheep --  DDAR 23  20 Jun. 1609

[no title]  DDAR 24  25 Jan. 1613/14

Contents:
Bond in £20: Edw. Scale of Thwaithead, yeoman, to Rowland Tailor of Thwaithead, yeoman -- E.S. on behalf of Agnes, widow of Chris.Wilson, to make a true account of goods she has received from her husband's estate.

Bargain and Sale: for 50s: Robt. Scales of Thwaithead, husbandman, to Roland Taylior of Thwaitmoss, husbandman -- half a "rigge" of arable land on the W. side of the whaite  DDAR 25  3 Jan. 1614/15

[no title]  DDAR 26  1 Jun. 1615

Contents:
Bargain and Sale: for £29.9s: Wm.Taylore of Roggerriding, husbandman, to Thos. Rallingson of Greythwaite, gent -- close of arable and meadow called the Orchard and half a parcel of pasture called Thyne Meydow, half a dale called Better Mydowe and half a close called Mould Hills --

Bargain and sale: for £10: Robt. Scalles of Thwaitehead, husbandman, to Rowland Tailior of Thwaitehead, bachelor -- half a close called the Newland --  DDAR 27  19 Dec. 1615

Bond in £20: Robt. Scalles to Rowlande Taylior -- to observe the terms of DDAR 27  DDAR 28  19 Dec. 1615

Bargain and sale: for 40s: Robt. Scalles of Thwaitehead, husbandman, to Thos. Rawlinson of Greythwaite -- a parcel of meadow in the W. side of Rusland Greate Pool within a meadow called the Newe Forreste --  DDAR 29  7 May, 1617

[no title]  DDAR 30  4 May, 1619

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £15: Robt. Scales of the Whaitehead, husbandman, to Rowland Tayler of Thwaitmoss, husbandman -- closes called the Haver Croft, rights in the Little Croft, a close called Force Close, a third of woods within the same close, a parcel of cornland in the meadow beneath Rusland, and meadow at Abbott Oake --

Bond in £200: Robt. Scales and Jennet his wife, to Rowlande Tayler -- to observe the terms of a deed poll of the same date --  DDAR 31  18 May, 1619

Bargain and sale: for £42: Thos. Scales of Thwaithead, husbandman, to Arthur Sande of the Foule Yeat, Hauxhead, yeoman -- messuage and tenement at Thwaithead  DDAR 32  29 Jun. 1619

[no title]  DDAR 33  6 Mar. 1620/1

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £6: (i) Chris.Sandes of Bouth, gent. Thos. Rawlinson of Greythwaite, gent. and Thos. Rawlinson of Grysdaile, gent. (ii) Edw. Turnere, son of Rowland T. of Rusland, blacksmith -- messuage and tenement at Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 34  23 Mar. 1621/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £213: Thos. Rawlinson of Graithwait, gent. to Wm. Wright of Sawrey Extra, forgeman -- messuages and tenements called Syke Side and Banke Head at Rusland, with 1 orchard, 2 hempgarthes, turbary, peatmoss and pasture, the Better Meadow, Mould Hills, the Orchard, the Croft and half the Myer --

Bond in £24: Robt. Scales of Whaitehead and Jennett his wife to Rowland Tailor of Whaitemosse -- to observe the terms of a deed poll of the same date --  DDAR 35  26 May 1623

[no title]  DDAR 36  2 Oct. 1623

Contents:
Bond in £20: Robt. Wilson and Wm. Wilson of Crossland, husbandmen, to Rowland Tailor of Whaitmosse and Christopher Tailor of Crossland, husbandmen -- to observe the terms of an award to be made on or before 4 Oct. following.

Award of Edw.Burnes and Christofer Tailor in a dispute between (i) Robt. Wilson son of Wm. and Wm. his son, and (ii) Rowland Tailor of Whaitmosse and Christofer Tailor of Crosslandes --  DDAR 37  3 Oct. 1623

Bond in £40: Robt. Scales of Thwaithead and Allan Fisher of Lowicke, husbandman, to Rowland Tailor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made on or before 21 Mar. following --  DDAR 38  26 Nov. 1623

[no title]  DDAR 39  10 Aug. 1624

Contents:
Award of Christofer Walker and Robt. Banke in a dispute between Wm. Tailore of Roger Ridding and Rowland Tailore of Whaitemoss -- re parcels of meadow of Wm. Scales' tenement, late of Whaitehead and one stott and three sheep --

[no title]  DDAR 40  10 Jan. 1624/5

Contents:
Bond in £20: Geo. Satterthwait of Thwaitemosse, yeoman. to Rowland Tayler of the same, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Alixander Rigbie, esq. Christofer Sandes, gent. Rich. Rawlinson of Tottelbanke, Thos. Penington of Coulton, Christofer Walker of Daleparke and Henry Kirkby of Satterthwait, yeomen --

Bargain and sale: for 24s: Geo.Rigge son of Ric. of Satterthwaite, husbandman, to Rowland Scales of Lighthow, husbandman -- parcel of woodland and underwoods in Stryzley --  DDAR 41  15 May, 1627

[no title]  DDAR 42  1 Dec. 1627

Contents:
Agreement between Edw. Scales of Whaitehead, husbandman, and Rowland Tailore of Whaitemosse, husbandman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made at or before the feast of Epiphany following by Christofer Sandes of Bowth, Thos Bensone of Skellwith, John Rawlinsone of Hullater, Wm.Rawlinsone of Graythwaite, Christofer Rigge of Feildhead and John Dobson of Hellparke --

Bond in £40: Edw.Scales to Rowland Tailore -- to observe the terms of the above agreement --  DDAR 43  1 Dec. 1627

Bargain and sale: for £42: Arthur Sandes of Satterthwait, husbandman. to Rowland Tailore of Whaitemosse, husbandman -- messuage and tenement at Thwaitehead of the yearly rent of 6s.6d. --  DDAR 44  15 Apr. 1628

Bond in £80: Wm. Peningtone of Lightehow, husbandman, to Rowland Taylore of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award made by Geo. Bigland, Henry Askew, Wm.Penington and Christofer Walker --  DDAR 45  25 Feb. 1628/9

[no title]  DDAR 46  11 Mar. 1629

Contents:
Bond in £100: Edw.Scale of Theatehead, husbandman, to Rowland Taylor of Thwaitemosse and Christofer Taylor of Crosslandes, husbandmen -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Wm. Ambrosse of Lowicke, Chris. Sandes of Bowth, John Rawlinson of Hullater and Jas. Strickland of Saterthwaite, gent, with the "umperidge" of Roger Kirkby of Kirkby, esq. --

Bond in £20: Rowland Scale, son of John of Whaitehead, husbandman, to Rowland Tailore of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of a deed poll of the same date --  DDAR 47  6 Jul. 1629

Bargain and sale: for £50: Robt. Scale of Whaitehead, collier, to Rowland Tailor of Whaitemosse, husbandman -- messuage and tenement at Whaitehead --  DDAR 48  8 Jul. 1629

[no title]  DDAR 49  30 Apr. 1630

Contents:
Bond in £70: Wm. Penington of Leighthowe, husbandman, to Rowland Tayler of Thwaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Geo. Bigland, Henry Askew, Wm.Penington and Christopher Walker --

Bargain and sale: for £31: Christofer Sandes of Bouth, gent. to Jas. Tayler of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- messuage and tenement at Thwaitehead -  DDAR 50  3 Sep. 1631

[no title]  DDAR 51  23 Oct. 1632

Contents:
Award of Henrie Sawrey, John Brathwaite, Thos. Benson, Wm. Brathwaite, Christopher Rigge, Christofer Holme, John Fisher, Wm. Sawrey, Wm. Penny, Jas. Keene, Wm. Dodgesone and Thos. Dodgesone in a dispute between Edw. Scalles of Thwaiteheade, husbandman, and Rowlande Tayler of Thwaitemosse - re "the markeinge neareinge and stakeinge forth of all there cornelande and meadowe" and other matters --

[no title]  DDAR 52  3 Jan. 1633/4

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for 44s: Edw. Willsone of Roger Ridding, husbandman, to Jas. Scale of Lighthow -- right and title to "all the foregrasse and aftergrasse fogge eatenge and pastureage of one close commonly called Greeze Inge" at Roger Ridding --

[no title]  DDAR 53  30 May, 1634

Contents:
Bond in £40: Geo. Satterthwaite of Thwaitmosse, husbandman, to Rowland Tayler of Thwaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Henry Kirkbie, clerk, Ric. Rawlinson of Totlebank, John Dobsonne of Helparke and Christopher Sandes of Bouth, gent --

[no title]  DDAR 54  14 Jul. 1634

Contents:
Commission to the sheriff, bailiffs and constables of Lancashire to obtain sureties for the appearance at the next Quarter Sessions at Lancaster of John Turner, blacksmith, and Rowland T. labourer, both of Hawkeshead, for breaking and entering a messuage belonging to Rowland Strickland --

Bargain and sale: for £40: Jas.Taylor of Thwaitehead, yeoman, to Wm. Taylor of Thwaitehead, yeoman, his eldest son -- messuage and tenement at Thwaitehead --  DDAR 55  15 Oct. 1634

Bond in £40: Edw. Scales of Thwaitehead, yeoman, to Rowland Taylor of Thwaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Christoffer Sandes of Boweth and Wm. Rallingson of Graythwait, gent --  DDAR 56  6 Jun. 1635

Duchy Chamber commission: Roger Kirby, esq. Robt. Phillipson, John Dobson and Davy Saundes to take evidence in Rowland Taylor v. Edward Scales -  DDAR 57  27 Nov. 1635

Evidence by the arbitrators in a dispute between Edw. Scales and Rowland Taylor -- stakes set up by the arbitrators to mark the boundary between the disputants' lands had been pulled up --  DDAR 58  17 Jan. 1635/6

Quitclaim: Ellin Tayliore late of Watersyde, spinster, to Rowland T. of Whaitemosse, yeoman, and the executors of Wm.Burnes, deceased -- all debts due to her late father and mother, Rich. T. and Eliz. T --  DDAR 59  9 Jun. 1637

[no title]  DDAR 60  20 Jan. 1637/8

Contents:
Bond in £40: Edw. Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman, to Rowland Taylior of Whaitemosse -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Christofer Sandys, David Sandys and Wm. Rawlinsone, gents. and John Dobsone, yeoman, with the "umpiege" of Gawen Braythwait Esq --

[no title]  DDAR 61  13 Dec. 1638

Contents:
Covenant by deed poll: Rowland Tayliore of Whaitemosse, yeoman, to John Scales of Butcherhill at Ridding in Lowicke, labourer -- R.T. to pay J.S. a certain sum [left blank] on J.S. attaining 21 years, for releasing to R.T. all claims to closes and dales at Whaithead which R.T. had bought of R.S's father --

Quitclaim: Rowland Tayliore of Whaitemosse, yeoman, to John Scales of Butcherhill at Ridding in Lowicke, labourer -- R.T. to pay J.S. a certain sum [left blank] on J.S. attaining 21 years, for releasing to R.T. all claims to closes and dales at Whaithead which R.T. had bought of R.S's father --  DDAR 62  13 Dec. 1638

[no title]  DDAR 63  13 Dec. 1638

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £31.0s.6d: Christofer Sandys of Bowth, gent. to Rowland Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- messuage and tenement with members and appurtenances at Whaitemosse and Ruseland or elsewhere within the bayliwick of Haverthwait --

[no title]  DDAR 64  26 Jul. 1639

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £4: Edw.Burnes of Icchornethwaite, yeoman, to Adam Sandys of Boweth, gent. -- interest in 2 dales of meadow at Rusland called Mouldhills dale and Scobarrowebecke Dale "as they go about" in the 2 nether fields at Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 65  6 Aug. 1640

Contents:
Lease for 200 years being a mortgage for £8: Anthony Sawrey of Satterthwaite, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to John Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman -- close of wood ground and grassing called Stryzeley beneath the Forssemillne --

Bond in £16: Anthony Sawrey of Satterthwait and Geo. Braythwait of Stotparke, yeomen, to John Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman -- to observe the terms of above mortgage --  DDAR 66  6 Aug. 1640

Quitclaim for 6s.8d: Hellen Turner of Lowicke Greene, widow of Edw.T. late of Rusland, blacksmith, to Jas. Askew of Daleparke, yeoman -- a third part of half of Better Meadow at Rusland --  DDAR 67  27 Jul. 1642

Bond in £6: Rowland Scale of Lightehow, husbandman, to Rowland Taylore -- to keep terms of a deed poll of the same date --  DDAR 68  6 May, 1644

[no title]  DDAR 69  26 Feb. 1647/8

Contents:
Award of Edw. Robinsone and Jas. Strickland with the "umperidge" of Mr. Wm. Rawlinsone, gent., in a dispute between Rowland Taylore of Whaitemosse, yeoman, and Edw.Scale and Wm.Scale his sons of Whaitehead, yeomen -- re closes called Newland and Forse Close, Havercrofte, Litle Crofte and Old Househow --

[no title]  DDAR 70  23 Aug. 1650

Contents:
Bond in £40: Rich. Willsone of Lighthow, millner, to Rowland Tayler of Whaitemoss, yeoman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Wm. Knype, Rich. Burnes, Christofer Walker and Edw.Robinson --

[no title]  DDAR 71  3 Oct. 1651

Contents:
Bond in £20: Rich. Willson of Lighthow, miller, to Rowland Taileyer of Thwaitemosse, husbandman -- to observe the terms of an award to be made by Adam Sandys of Boweth, John Dobson of Hellparke, Rich. Burnes of Whitestockhow and John Robinson of Haybridge, yeomen --

[no title]  DDAR 72  28 Oct. 1651

Contents:
Bond in £20: Rich. Willson of Lighthowe, "milner", to Rowland Taylor of Thwaitmosse -- to keep terms of an award to be made by Adam Sandys of Boweth, gent. John Dobson of Helparke, John Robinson of Haybridge and Rich. Burnes of Whitestock Howe, yeomen, with the "umperidge" of John Sawrey of Plumpton, esq --

Bond in £20: Wm.Scale of Whaithead, yeoman, to John Tayler of Whaitemosse and Rowland Willsone of Crosslandes, yeomen -- to observe the terms of a lease of the same date--  DDAR 73  23 Jun. 1657

[no title]  DDAR 74  18 Mar. 1657/8

Contents:
Conveyance to uses to secure the warranty of a bargain and sale of 16 Mar preceding: Wm.Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman, to John Taylore of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- "the fyvth part of one close of ground and grasseing called the Whaitemosse, and two dales of meadow in the Mosse Orchard" --

Bond in £40: Wm.Taylore of Ploume Green and Clement Taylor of Finsthwaite, yeomen, to Edw. Walker of Crosslands, shoemaker -- to keep the articles of a deed poll of the same date --  DDAR 75  16 May, 1660

[no title]  DDAR 76  28 Dec. 1661

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £15.4.6: Wm.Rawlinson of Graythwait, gent. and Robt. Taylore of Stot Park, yeoman, to Joseph Taylore of Whaithead, yeoman -- tithes belonging to the rectory of Hawkeshead, arising from messuages and lands belonging to J.T.

Counterpart of DDAR 76  DDAR 77  nd

[no title]  DDAR 78  9 Jan. 1664/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £2: Wm. Kirkby of Satterthwait, yeoman, to his brother Jas.K. of Satterthwait, tailor and Isabell Kirkby, wife of W.K. -- woods and underwoods in John Tayler Close called the Rookehow and Stone Hasle and in a close belonging to Wm Satterthwait adjoining the Forsse Becke --

[no title]  DDAR 79  7 Mar. 1665/6

Contents:
Lease for 200 years to secure a bond in £20 of John Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman, to Robert Rowenson of Riddinge, batchelor; Rowland Wilson of Rusland, yeoman, to John Taylor -- dales of meadow "accordingely as they goe aboute" in the Sowterholme and Nethermore Newland adjoining Rusland Poole -

[no title]  DDAR 80  4 Mar. 1668/9

Contents:
Lease for 100 years, being a mortgage to secure the payment of debts: Geo. Banke of Crosselandes, yeoman, to John Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- third part of Better Meadow and Mould Hills on the N.E. side of Rusland Powe --

[no title]  DDAR 81  5 Jul. 1669

Contents:
Quitclaim: Wm. Bordley of Hawkeshead, schoolmaster, to Robt. Scale of Thwaithead, Geo. Banck of Crosselands and John Tayler of Thwaitmosse, yeoman -- interest in Better Meadow and Mould Hills --

[no title]  DDAR 82  5 Feb. 1669/70

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £22.3s.4d: Anthony Sawrey and Wm.Sawrey his son of Satterthwait, yeomen, to John Taylor of Whaitmosse, bachelor -- close of woods and pasture called Strizley in Satterthwait --

Receipt for £22: for the above bargain and sale  DDAR 83  5 Jul. 1670

Letters of administration of the goods and chattels of Robert Wilson to his widow Margaret  DDAR 84  8 Nov. 1671

Will of Robt. Wilson of Rogerridding -- houses and lands at Rogerridding to son Rowland. Dated 4 Sep. 1671  DDAR 85  Probate 8 Nove. 1671

[no title]  DDAR 86  3 Feb. 1671/2

Contents:
Quitclaim: Robt. Scale of Thwaithead and Geo. Bancke of Crosselands, yeoman, to John Tayler of Thwaitmosse, yeoman -- a third part of Better Meadow and Moolehills at Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 87  3 Nov. 1674

Contents:
Lease for 200 years to commence if and when the widow of W.S. should claim dower on land sold to J.T.: Wm.Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman, to John Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- a close called Wm. Parrock near Whaitehead --

[no title]  DDAR 88  5 Jan. 1674/5

Contents:
Bond in £100: Geo. Banke of Crosslandes, yeoman, to Robt. Banke of Crosselandes, yeoman -- to keep the terms of a bargain and sale of the same date --

[no title]  DDAR 89  2 Feb. 1674/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £15: Wm. Kirby, yeoman, to Samuel Sandys of Graythwaite, gent -- three dales of meadow in the Intackes on the W. side of Rusland Polle --

[no title]  DDAR 90  2 Feb. 1674/5

Contents:
Bond in £20: Wm. Kirby of Russland, yeoman, to Samuel Sandys of Graythwaite -- to observe the terms of a bargain and sale of the same date --

[no title]  DDAR 91  12 Feb. 1675/6

Contents:
Bond in £184: Robt. Banke of Crosslandes, yeoman, to Wm. Rowenson of Causerend, John Taylor of Whaitemosse and Rich Scale of Whitestockhowe, yeomen -- to observe the terms of a lease of the same date --

[no title]  DDAR 92  26 Dec. 1676

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for 3s.4d: Wm.Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman, to John Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- a dale of pasture ground, woods and "waistes" adjoining the Forsse Becke on the one side and the Forssclose on the other.

[no title]  DDAR 93  17 Jan. 1676/7

Contents:
Agreement: Robt. Atkinson of Croslands with Joseph Taylor of Thwaiteheade -- for the conveyance of New Parrock close --

[no title]  DDAR 94  25 Jan. 1676/7

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £20.10s: Robt. Atkinson the elder, John A. and Robt. A. his sons, all of Crosselands, husbandmen, to Joseph Taylor of Whaitehead, yeoman -- New Parocke close on the S. side of Broadsike close --

[no title]  DDAR 95  2 Mar. 1676/7

Contents:
Bond in £10: Wm.Scale of Whaitehead, yeoman, to John Taylor of Whaitemosse, yeoman -- to observe the terms of a lease of the same date --

[no title]  DDAR 96  17 Dec. 1677

Contents:
Letters of administration of the estate of Margaret Wilson of Roger Riddinge: to Christofer Turner and Isabel his wife & Roland Wilson son of deceased.

[no title]  DDAR 97  5 Jul. 1681

Contents:
Lease for 100 years to secure certain bonds: Rowland Wilson of Roger Ridding, bachelor, to John Taylor of Thwaitmosse, yeoman -- closes called "Close above the house", Long Forke and Great Morehow at Rogerriddinge.

[no title]  DDAR 98  30 Mar. 1683

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £3.6s.6d: Rowland Wilson of Rogerriddinge, yeoman, to Joseph Taylor of Whaitehead, yeoman -- "all the eateage, foregrasse aftergrasse fogg and foggage pastureing and pasturage wood and waistearth" in a close called Grease Inge, and free egress and regresse for cattle through a close called Bigg Parrocke in Roggerriddinge --

[no title]  DDAR 99  28 May, 1684

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine: Robt. Atkinson of Croslands, yeoman, to Joseph Taylor of Whaitehead, yeoman -- 1 acre of fogg, foregrasse and aftergrasse-

[no title]  DDAR 100  2 May, 1687

Contents:
Bond in £6: Wm. Satterthwait of Whaitemoss, husbandman, to John Scotson of Coulton, husbandman -- to observe the terms of a lease of the same date.

[no title]  DDAR 101  25 Nov. 1687

Contents:
Coveyance to uses: Wm. Strickland of Ruseland, tailor, to Thos. Strickland of Riseland and John Taylor of Whaitmosse, yeomen -- moiety of a messuage, houses, lands and tenements at Ruseland -- to the use of Susan wife of W.S. to hold from the decease of W.S. for life -

[no title]  DDAR 102  2 Jun. 1688

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £6: Geo. Satterthwaite son of Wm. of Thwaitmoss, bachelor, to John Taylor of Thwaitemoss, yeoman -- arable land in a close called Swarrudding, and a parcel of arable land called Lile Dale in a field called the Thwaite with all appurtenances save fog and aftergrass in the Thwaite in respect of Lile Dale --

[no title]  DDAR 103  14 Feb. 1688/9

Contents:
Bond in £3: Edw. Wilson of Rusland, blacksmith, and Geo. Bancke of Croslands, yeoman, to Emma Strickland of Ruseland, spinster -- to pay 30s. on 30 Jan. following--

Will of Thos. Strickland of Ruseland, yeoman -- messuage and tenement at Ruseland to son Reynold -- dated 13 Jan. 1688/9  DDAR 104  Probate 4 May, 1689

[no title]  DDAR 105  8 Mar. 1688/9

Contents:
Lease (for 49 years) and release for £6: Thos Rawlinson of Holeter, gent. to John Tayllor of Whaitmosse, gent -- parcel of meadow ground on the W. side of Russland Poolle, "between the said poull and Robmosse in the New Forest".

Counterpart of above  DDAR 106  nd

Counterpart of above with a bond in £12 to observe the warranty  DDAR 107  nd

[no title]  DDAR 108  8 Mar. 1688/9

Contents:
Bond in £6: John Taylor to Thos. Rawlinson -- to secure payment of £3.5s. 1 year after the decease of Eliz. Rawlinson, mother of Thos.

Lease and release for a marriage settlement  DDAR 109  11 & 12 Dec. 1689

Contents:
(i) John Rawlinson of Grayes Inne, gent. son of Wm.R. late of Graithwaite, deceased:
(ii) Rich. Derbyshire of Tuddington, co.Middx: (iii) Wm.Lowther of Middle Temple, esq., and John Powell, citizen and vintner of London; (iv) Mary Powell, spinster -- messuage or dwelling house called Ruseland Hall with all lands appurtenances and pasture ground called Baldra Mosse, and a water corn mill called Force Mill and the kilne thereunto --

[no title]  DDAR 110  10 May, 1690

Contents:
Marriage settlement: John Taylor of Whaitmosse, yeoman, to Rowland T. his son of Whaitmosse, yeomen, and Robt. Scale of Whaithead, yeoman, to Elliner his youngest daughter -- messuage, houses, lands and tenements at Whaitmosse.

Bargain and sale: for £3.9s  DDAR 111  16vDec. 1690

Contents:
(i) Thos. Holme of Ekeriggend, co. Westmorland, weaver, Jas Garnet of Kirkby Kendal, cordwainer, Jas. Sinkison of Kirkby Kendal, yeoman, Wm. Wilson of Ulverston, bachelor, son of Jas. W. late of Endmoore, co. Westmorland, and Elliner W. widow of Jas.W. (ii) John Wilson of Baryeat in Ruseland - part of a dale of meadow in a close called the Greaseing one year, part of a dale of meadow in Southerholme called Briggend Dale the second year, and part of a dale of meadow in the Ouldabbetoke the third year "and soe consequently goeing about from yeare to yeare", all at Lighthowe in Rusland --

Bond in £8: Parties (i) Thos. Holme of Ekeriggend, co. Westmorland, weaver, Jas Garnet of Kirkby Kendal, cordwainer, Jas. Sinkison of Kirkby Kendal, yeoman, Wm. Wilson of Ulverston, bachelor, son of Jas. W. late of Endmoore, co. Westmorland, and Elliner W. widow of Jas.W. (ii) John Wilson of Baryeat in Ruseland -- to keep the terms of the above bargain and sale  DDAR 112  16 Dec. 1690

[no title]  DDAR 113  22 Apr. 1691

Contents:
Lease for 119 years, being a mortgage to secure a bond: Edw. Wilson of Barryeat in Ruseland, blacksmith, to John Taylor of Whaitmosse, yeoman -- E.W's interest in a close called the Carr, adjoining Wm. Taylor's close called the Carr and John Taylor's close called Squareriddinge and the How and Noake--

[no title]  DDAR 114  5 Mar. 1696/7

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £41: John Atkinson late of Croslands, yeoman, to Wm. Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- 2 closes of arable land, woods and pasture ground called the Sinderhills and the Ould Parrocke on the E. side of the highway between the Croslands and Graythwait --

[no title]  DDAR 115  24 May, 1697

Contents:
Assignment for £2.3s.4d for the remainder of a term of 200 years: John Atkinson late of Croslands, yeoman, to Wm.Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- close called the Carr near Croslands between the ground of Rowland Taylor called Swariddinge and the close called the Little Field.

[no title]  DDAR 116  2 Feb. 1697/8

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £34.18s.3d: Edw. Scales of Greenrigge in Underbarrow, co. Westmorland, yeoman, to Rowland Taylor of Whaitmosse, yeoman -- a dale called Longerigge between Wm. Taylor's Siplinrigge and John Scales' Great Dale, one Beastgrasse of spring fogge and aftergrasse in the Whaite, a dale in the Whaite called Buttsmire and half a close called the Newlands joining on the Whaite.

[no title]  DDAR 117  2 Feb. 1697/8

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £39.15s.8d: Edw. Scales of Greene Rigge in Underbarrowe, co. Westmorland to Wm.Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- closes called Goodwiparrocke on the W. side of the Whitmosse, Aldhousehow, Haverscroft, Underside and a dale in the common field called the Whaite, called Pinnion Rigge, all at Whaitehead --

Bargain and sale  DDAR 118  25 Feb. 1697/8

Contents:
For £10.15s: Edw. Scales of Greenerigge in Underbarrowe, yeoman, to Robt. Wilson of Rogerriddinge, clothworker-- close called William Parrock on the E. side of the great becke above the Whaithead, half a dale at the Longebeck called Longebeck Dale with half of the hollins and hollin trees thereupon being the moiety of Edward Scale's right and title between the Hassellseat and the Beestocke, and half a dale at the Brundwoodend or Railes, all at Whaithead.

[no title]  DDAR 119  25 Feb. 1697/8

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £20.5s: Edw. Scales as above, to Wm. Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- a close called James Rowlands How on the E. side of Wm. T's close called Brundwood and on the N. side of the highway between Whaithead and Graithwaite, a dale on the Clow Banke Greene on the W. side of the Becke above the Whaithead, and Edw. S's hollin trees and woods in the Howridding, all at Whaithead --

Lease and release to free certain property from the dower of Ann wife of John Atkinson of Plumgreen and of Jane wife of Edw. Scales of Greenrigg in Underbarrow  DDAR 120  11 & 12 Mar. 1697/8

Contents:
(i) Wm.Taylor of Roger Ridding, John Scales and Rowland Taylor, both of Thwaithead, John Strickland and Geo. Taylor both of Crosslands, yeoman (ii) Robt. Atkinson of Crosslands and Wm.Taylor of Thwaithead, yeomen -- a messuage and dwelling house, orchard, garden, barn, stable, out houses, moss and pasture ground and several closes and dales at Crosslands and Thwaithead called Bigg Parrock, Little Parrock, 1 ac. of pasture ground in a close called Burntwood, the Cinderhill, Old Parrock, Newclose, a parcel of meadow in Syleingbek, Longbeck Parrock, James Rowlands How, half a close called Newlands and 2 ac. of pasture ground in Longbeck Pasture --

[no title]  DDAR 121  26 Mar. 1698

Contents:
Final Concord: Robt. Atkinson, Wm.Taylor, Geo. Greenwood, plaintiffs, and John Atkinson and Ann his wide, Edw. Scales and Janet his wife, and Jas. Greenwood and Eliz. his wife defendants -- 2 messuages, 2 barns, 2 gardens, 8 ac. land, 3 ac. meadow, 20 ac. pasture, 4 ac. moss, 10 ac. heath and ling and common of pasture for all cattle with appurtenances in Dalton and Cartmel --

[no title]  DDAR 122  4 Jun. 1698

Contents:
Conveyance: Robt. Atkinson of Crosslands and Wm. Taylor of Thwaithead, yeomen, to Rowland Taylor of Thwaitmoss, yeoman -- half a close called Newlands at Thwaithead and 1 ac heath and ling --

[no title]  DDAR 123  11 Feb. 1701/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £15.15s: John Wilson of Barr Yeat in Ruseland, blacksmith, to Wm.Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- a close called the Carr on the E. side of Rowland Taylor's close called the Squareriddinge --

[no title]  DDAR 124  21 Mar. 1701/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £2.10s.6d: Wm. Hirdson of Boukerstead in Satterthwait, yeoman, to Wm.Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- a dale of woods and underwoods at Gelding Brow in Strizeley on the E. side of Sliven Bogge --

Letters of administration of the goods and chattels of Margaret Taylor late of Thwaitehead to Wm. Taylor of Thwaitehead--  DDAR 125  2 Oct. 1702

[no title]  DDAR 126  15 Apr. 1704

Contents:
Discharge: John Wilson of Lambs Rigge, yeoman, and Emme his wife, and Wm. Wells of Dalton, cordwainer and Deborah his wife, to John Taylor of Whaitmoss, John Townson of Grizedall, yeomen, -- all actions, suits, debts etc re the supervision of the will of Thos. Strickland, father of Emme and Deborah--

[no title]  DDAR 127  27 Sep. 1705

Contents:
Release: for £340: Mary Rawlinson of St.Martins in the Fields, co. Middx, widow, to Abraham Rawlinson of Rusland, gent -- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances --

[no title]  DDAR 128  6 Apr. 1706

Contents:
Lease for 500 years, being a mortgage for £440: Abraham Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. to John Osgood of London, merchant-- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances --

Bargain and sale  DDAR 129  20 Dec. 1707

Contents:
For £30: Miles Sandys of Graithwaite, esq., to Rowland Taylor of Whaitemoss, yeoman -- half of 3 dales of meadow called the Intakes at Rusland, adjoining on the E. side, Russland Pool, on the S. side a meadow called the New Forest on the W. side Russland Moss, and on the N. side the peat way from Russland to the Moss --

Bargain and sale  DDAR 130  17 Jan. 1707/8

Contents:
For £11.0s.6d: Robt. Banck of Crosslands, yeoman, to Robt. Scales of Whaitehead, yeoman -- a quarter of a close called Scilline Beck lying between Rusland Pool and Rusland Moss, "Which Quarter or fourth parte goes yearly about and is devided with others in dry hay the one year in the South End and the other year in the North End thereof".

Note re debts of Rowland and Benjamin Taylor  DDAR 131  2 & 4 Feb. 1707/8

[no title]  DDAR 132  1 Aug. 1708

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine: (i) Abraham Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. (ii) Wm.Beck, (iii) John Osgood of London, merchant, (iv) Wm.Rawlinson of Grathwaite-- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances --

[no title]  DDAR 133  5 Feb. 1708/9

Contents:
Renunciation of trusteeship under the will of Benjamin Taylor late of Sawrey Infra by Wm.Sawrey of Sawrey Infra, in the form of a quitclaim to the other trustees, John Taylor, Rowland Taylor. Wm. Sawrey and John Strickland --

[no title]  DDAR 134  2 Feb. 1712/13

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release for £380 [lease missing]: Abraham Rawlinson of Kirkby, gent, to John Taylor of Craickside in the manor of Egton with Newland, yeoman -- lands and appurtenances at Rusland --

Lease for 999 years at an annual rent of £5.6s  DDAR 135  20 Oct. 1718

Contents:
Rowland Taylor of Espfoord in Crosthwaite, co. Westmorland, yeoman, to Edw. Robinson of Stallmine near Poolton, Francis Chamley of Stock in Furness Fells and Rich.Herdson of New Close in Furneas Fells, yeomen -- parcel of pasture ground at Whait Moss on the W. side of a close called Stony Hasle "suitable and convenient to build a bloomery fourge coal houses a dam and other appurtenances".

[no title]  DDAR 136  13 Jan. 1718/19

Contents:
Exchange for 20s: Thos Strickland of Lighthall near Rusland, house carpenter, to Rowland Taylor of Espford, co. Westmorland, yeoman -- 2 half dales of meadow called Round Dale and Drumblemire in a close called Netherfield in exchange for 2 dales of arable land in a close called Swarudding at Thwaitmoss --

[no title]  DDAR 137  4 Nov. 1719

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £630: Rowland Taylor of Espfoard, co. Westmorland, yeoman, to his son John Taylor of Espfoard -- messuages and tenements at Whaitmoss and Lite How and a bloomery forge in a close at Whaitmoss called Stoney Hasle on the Forsse Brook --

[no title]  DDAR 138  6 Jan. 1719/20

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £42.1s: John Taylor of Whaitmoss, yeoman, to Robt. Scales and Wm.Taylor, both of Whaithead, yeomen -- 2 closes at Whaithead called Old Close How and Havercroft --

Bargain and sale  DDAR 139  7 Jan. 1719/20

Contents:
For £666.0s.6ds: John Taylor of Strickland Roger, co. Westmorland, yeoman and Agnes Taylor of Roger Ridding, widow, to Clement Taylor of Roger Ridding, bachelor -- dwelling house, corn barn, new stable, hay barn, old stable, two shippons under the hay barn, the fould, the court, old garden, new garden, great orchard, little orchard, barnebriggs, the whaw and Great More Oaks, Rodge, Great Mirehead, Great Mire How, the Loneclose, the Underside, High Ridding Land Dale, High Ridding Moss, the Head, the Sinderhill, Woodclose, Eward Parrock, Pasture Parrock, Brow, a dale of common in Welcome Nooke, one daywork of peats in a moss of the same common, a close called Broadsike with several dales of common in the Brunt Wood, several dales and parts of dales of common and peat moss in a common called Greenslack and Whitemoss, a dale of common and spring of Wood on the Clow Banke and a dale of meadow in a close called Whaite with one fogg as it goes about, reserving to A.T. two rooms over the kitchen, and the Little Orchard with peatmoss and sufficient house to lie peats, and a cow, all at or near Rogerridding, to hold of the manor of Enfield at an annual rent of 2s.1½d -- lately called bloosmithy rent.

[no title]  DDAR 140  7 Nov. 1720

Contents:
Assignment for remainder of a term of 999 years for £105: Edw. Robinson late of Stallmin but now of Thwaitemoss, ship carpenter, Francis Chamney of Stock and Rich.Herdson of Newclose, yeoman, to Wm. Fletcher of St. Andrew Moor and Rich Taylor of Churchtown, merchants -- parcel of ground as in DDAR 135 above with an iron forge or bloomery, coalhouse, ironhouse, dams, flood gates and a dwelling house --

[no title]  DDAR 141  2 Feb. 1721/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £28.10s: Clement Taylor of Roger Ridding, yeoman, to Robt. Scales, Wm. Taylor, both of Thwaitehead, yeomen, and John Taylor of Crosted, co. Westmorland, yeoman -- a dale of arable ground in a close called the Thwaite at Thwaitehead, and a dale of meadow in the Thwaite to the N. end of a close called the Moss --

[no title]  DDAR 142  2 Feb. 1721/2

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £26.10s: Wm.Taylor of Thwaitehead, yeoman, to John Taylor of Crosted, co. Westmorland, yeoman -- half a close called Highcragg near Forse Forge to the E. side of Forse Forge dam --

[no title]  DDAR 143  2 Nov. 1722

Contents:
Assignment for the remainder of a term of 500 years: John Osgood of London, gent, to Rebecca and Anne Osgood, both of London, spinsters, daughters of the late Salem Osgood of London, merchant -- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances--

[no title]  DDAR 144  23 May, 1724

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £25: Johnatan Willson of Whaitemoss, woodmonger, to Robt. Scales of Whaithead, yeoman and John Taylor of Crosthwaite, co. Westmorland, yeoman -- two and a half dales of arable and meadow in a common field called the Whaite near Whaitehead --

Assignment for remainder of a term of 999 years for £157.10s  DDAR 145  1 Feb. 1725/6

Contents:
Wm. Fletcher of St.Andrew Moor and Rich. Taylor of Churchtown, merchants, to Wm. Rawlinson of Graithwaite, gent, John Maychell of Haverthwaite, gent. Stephen Crosfield of Penington, yeoman, Wm. Rawlinson, junr., of Knarsburg, co.York, gent. Edw.Hall of Cranage, co.Chester, gent. Thoas Cotton of Doddlepoole, co. Chester, gent. Wm.Rea of Monmouth, gent. Edw. Kendall of Stowbridge, co. Worcester, gent. and Ralph Kent of Kinderton, co. Chester, gent -- forge etc. as in DDAR 140 above --

[no title]  DDAR 146  16 Feb. 1725/6

Contents:
Release arising from a deed of partition: Robt. Scales of Whaithead, yeoman, and John Taylor of Sizer, co. Westmorland, yeoman, to Wm.Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman -- 1/3rd part of several dales in the Twhaite neat Whaithead formerly a common field, now enclosed --

[no title]  DDAR 147  16 Feb. 1725/6

Contents:
Release arising from a deed of partition: Robt. Scales of Whaithead, yeoman, and Wm. Taylor of Whaithead, yeoman, to John Taylor of Sizer -- 1/3rd part of several dales in the Twhaite neat Whaithead formerly a common field, now enclosed --

Bargain and sale for £400  DDAR 148  1 Jun. 1729

Contents:
John Taylor of Nattland, co. Westmorland, yeoman, to Rowland Taylor of Finsthwaite, yeoman -- messuage and dwelling house, 2 barns, cowhouse, stable, 3 orchards, 2 gardens at Thwaite Moss, and the following closes:- Swa Riddings, Parrock, Newlands, Thwaite, Green, Stoney, Hazel, High Cragg, Sawrey, Strizley and rights in the Intack, New Forrest, Better Meadow, a dale near the Greenslack, Rusland Moss and dales in Strizeley --

[no title]  DDAR 149  30 May, 1732

Contents:
Lease for a year at peppercorn rent: Clement Taylor of Rodgerriding, to Rich. Corker of Barkhousebank -- a close called Dickhow --

[no title]  DDAR 150  29 Nov. 1732

Contents:
"An Acct of Sales made of the houses Mesuages and Lands and Tenements & estate at Thwaithead Lately belonging to Willm.Taylor of sd. Thwaithead Deceased by Joseph Taylor Willm Dixon Francis Chamney and James Rowlandson (alias Rowson)"

Bargain and sale for £819  DDAR 151  1 Jan. 1732/3

Contents:
(i) Joseph Taylor of Sawrey Infra, yeoman, Wm. Dixon of Beckbanck in the parish of Millom, co.Cumb. gent., Francis Chamney late of Bowth, now of Lowick bridge in the parish of Ulverstone, gent., and Jas. Rowlandson of Frith Hall in the parish of Cartmel, yeomen, trustees under the will of Wm. Taylor late of Thwaithead, yeoman; (ii) Martha Taylor of Thwaithead, widow of W.T., (iii) Thos Walker of Easthwaitehall, Hawkeshead, yeo.--
Messuages, houses, lands and tenements at Thwaitehead --

[no title]  DDAR 152  29 Jan. 1732/3

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine: Edward Kellet of Sawrey Infra, yeoman, and Dorothy his wife, to Thos. Walker of Easthwaite Hall, yeoman -- messuages, houses, lands and tenements at Thwaitehead --

[no title]  DDAR 153  1733,1752

Contents:
Assignment for the remainder of a term of 500 years for £476.13s.4d: (i) Rebecca Osgood of London, spinster, (ii) Wm.Rawlinson the younger of Graithwaite, gent., (iii) Zachary Richardson of London, merchant -- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances --
6 Dec. 1733.
[Endorsed] Mortgage for £2000: Chas.Hawkins of Ulverstone, gent. to Wm. Dilworth of Lancaster
29 Sep. 1752.

[no title]  DDAR 154  26 Jan. 1733/4

Contents:
Release for £1800: Abraham Rawlinson of Hornby, gent. and Eliz. his wife to Wm.Rawlinson the younger of Graithwaite Hall, gent. -- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances --

[no title]  DDAR 155  14 Jul. 1735

Contents:
Assignment for the remainder of a term of 99 years for £108: (i) Clement Taylor of Garstang Church Town, gent. and Edward Wilson of Selsthwaite, co.Westmorland, yeoman, (ii) Thos. Strickland of Lighthow, yeoman, and John Scales of Thwaitehead, maltster, in trust for (iii) Geo. Stamper of Colton, house-carpenter -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding.

[no title]  DDAR 156  15 Sep. 1735

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £31.10s: John Turner of Doup in Rusland, waller and Eliz. his wife, to Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland Hall, gent -- messuage and tenement at Doup in Rusland --

Assignment for the remainder of a term of 199 years for £100  DDAR 157  29 Sep. 1735

Contents:
(i) Clement Taylor of Garstang Church Town, gent. (ii) Edward Wilson of Selsthwaite, yeoman, John Smith late of York, now of London, mercer, and Mary his wife; (iii) Robt. Scales of Thwaitehead, gent. and Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, yeoman, in trust for (iv) Geo. Stamper of Colton, house-carpenter -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding --

[no title]  DDAR 158  30 Sep. & 1 Oct. 1735

Contents:
Lease and release for £47: Clement Taylor, John Smith and Mary his wife, to Geo. Stamper -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding --

[no title]  DDAR 159  3 Oct. 1735

Contents:
Quitclaim for £60: Edward Wilson of Salsthwaite, co.Westmorland, yeoman, and Mary his wife, to Geo. Stamper of Colton, house-carpenter -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding --

[no title]  DDAR 160  25 Feb. 1735/6

Contents:
Mortgage for £50: Geo.Stamper of Colton to Ric. Postlethwaite of Abbot Ridding, yeoman -- 2 closes at Roger Ridding called Barnbriggs and Whaw --

[no title]  DDAR 161  9 & 10 Aug. 1736

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release for £1200: Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland Hall, gent. to John Benson late of Carlisle now of Norton, co.Durham, gent. -- Rusland Hall with lands and appurtenances.

[no title]  DDAR 162  30 Jan. 1738/9

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £315: John Wilson of Barnyeat in Rusland, yeoman, to Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, gent -- messuage and tenement at Barryeat --

[no title]  DDAR 163  28 Jan. 1739/40

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £14.5s: John Scales of Thwaite Head, maltster, to Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland Hall, gent. -- dales called New lands and Great Dale, lying in a close called Souterholm near Rusland --

Quitclaim for an annuity of 25s  DDAR 164  29 Jan. 1739/40

Contents:
Susan Bailiff of Lighthow in Rusland, widow of John B. waller, to Wm. Askew of Lightnow, waller, and Agnes his wife -- dower rights in a messuage or dwellinghouse, barn, turfhouse and outhouses, orchard, garden, closes called Backside Parrock, Little How near Stonbarrowbeck, a dale in a common field called Souterholme, a dale in a common of....... pasture called Striceley and a dale in Rusland Moss, all at Lighthow --

[no title]  DDAR 165  2 Feb. 1740/1

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine: (i) Wm. Askew of Lighthow, waller, and Agnes his wife: (ii) Wm.Bailiff of Parkemoor, yeoman -- dwelling house and land as in DDAR 164 to be to the use of Wm.Askew --

Demise for 999 years for £20 and an annuity of 25s to Susanay Bailif, mother-in-law of W.A., being a mortgage to secure £22.7s  DDAR 166  7 Feb. 1742/3

Contents:
Wm.Askew of Lighthow, waller, to Wm.Baylif of Parkamor, yeoman -- messuage and tenement at Light How near Whait Moss, included closes called the Parrocks and the meadow in closes called Souterholme and Graizing and a close called Litle How near Scobarrow Beck, peatmoss and turbary on Rusland Moss, and a dale on Stricelay called Linby Slack.

[no title]  DDAR 167  2 Feb. 1744/5

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £18.2.6d and a small parcel of ground or garden at the N.W. end of Walker Barn in Rusland: Reginald Strickland of Rusland, yeoman, to Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, esq. -- close of arable land, garden and waste on the E. side of the highway from Rusland to Haverthwaite called Parrock --

[no title]  DDAR 168  21 Feb. 1744/5

Contents:
Lease for 500 years in trust to raise £100 on the death of (i) to be paid to his widow: (i) Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, yeoman: (ii) Thos. Askew of Birkby and John Barrow of Beckside, yeoman -- messuage and tenement, lands and appurtenances at Thwaite Moss --

Copy of DDAR 168  DDAR 169  nd

[no title]  DDAR 170  12 Jan. 1747/8

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £63: Wm.Askew of Lighthow in Rusland, waller, to Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, yeoman -- messuage, dwellinghouse and outhouses, orchard, garden, close called Backside, two closes called Parrocks, a dale on the common of pasture called Striceley and a dale in Rusland Moss --

[no title]  DDAR 171  8 Apr. 1748

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine: Wm.Askew of Lighthow in Rusland, waller, and Agnes his wife, to Geo. Drinkall of Rusland, yeoman, and Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss -- close of pasture called Little How near Scowberabeck, and messuage, dwellinghouse, closes and dales as in DDAR 164 --

[no title]  DDAR 172  6 May, 1748

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement: Thos. Walker of Twaitehead and Geo. Stamper of Rogerriding -- re watercourses and fencing in Greaseing and Barnbrigs fields --

[no title]  DDAR 173  5 Nov. 1748

Contents:
Bargain and sale for 50s: Wm.Askew late of Lighthow, now of Lowwood, parish of Cartmel, waller, to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- Graizing Dale in the common field called Graizing in Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 174  1 Feb. 1748/9

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £70: Lawrence Harrison of Lending in Furness Fells, gent. to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- a close called Brow in Rusland --

Lease and release for £1616  DDAR 175  1 & 2 Sep. 1749

Contents:
(i) John Benson of Carlisle, gent: (ii) Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland Hall, gent: (iii) Jas.Machell of Holme Oak, esq. -- Rusland Hall with outhouses, three orchards, one garden and the following closes:- Between Becks, Between Beck Wood, Strands, Holling Head, Holling Head Meadow, Neither Field on the Back of the Barn, Little Fold Steads, Great Fold Steads, Scald Barrows, being three closes, White Busks, Little Close, Taile Meadow, Balder Moss Intack and Rawlinson Brow, a dale in Walker New Lands, a dale in Salter Holme, two dales called Scaldhows, a dale called Scaldburrowbeck Dale, a dale called Own Dale, six cow foggs, and one bull fogg in Town Neither Field and Sheep Heath upon Rusland Height. Also Walkers Tenement in Rusland, with barn, stable, cowhouse, three orchards, and a garden and the following closes:- Great Brockbank, Little Brockbank, Great Forrest Field, Little Forrest Field, Thorny Field, Thorny Field Wood, Forrest Field Wood, White Busks, White Busk, Scarr Parrock, Intack, New Lands, Chapman Brow, dales called Little Ashdale, Ashdale, Crabtree Dale and a dale in the Low End of Drummell Mire in Hall Neither Field, a little dale in the middle of a common field called Salterholme, Dirty Dale in Salterholme, Little Dale and Highest Dale in Walker New Lands, half the eatage in Salter Holme, one fogg in Town Neither Field and the Sheep Heath belonging to Chapman Brow, pews in Church of Colton --

[no title]  DDAR 176  2 Feb. 1749/50

Contents:
Bargain and sale for 5s: Jas.Machell of Hollow Oak, esq., to Wm. Rawlinson of Rusland Hall, gent. -- Rusland Hall and Walkers Tenement with lands and priviledges as above --

[no title]  DDAR 177  12 Sep. 1750

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £100: John Maychell of Aynsome in the parish of Cartmel, gent. Jas Machell of Hollow Oak, esq. -- close in Rusland called Chapman Brow -- with power of attorney to Thos.Maychell of Aynsome, gent --

[no title]  DDAR 178  28 Oct. 1751

Contents:
Agreement: Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, yeoman, and John Law of Ulverstone, gent. on behalf of the owners of Cunsey Furnace -- for the release to the Cunsey Co., for £60 of the half of a rent of £5.6s. payable in respect of New Forge near Thwaite Moss jointly assigned to the Cunsey Co., and the Backbarrow Co., The Cunsey Co. then to assign their interest in the forge to Rowland Taylor --

[no title]  DDAR 179  21 Sep. 1752

Contents:
Letters of administration: to Chas. Hawkins of Ulverstone, gent. of the goods and chattels and credits of Zachary Richardson so far as concern the residue of a term of 500 years granted in a mortgage dated 6 Apr. 1706 (128) --

[no title]  DDAR 180  28 & 29 Sep. 1752

Contents:
Lease and release. being a mortgage for £2000: Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. to John Atkinson of London, merchant, -- Rusland Hall with estate and Walker's Tenement --

[no title]  DDAR 181  30 Sep. 1752

Contents:
Quitclaim: for £380: (i) Wm.Penny of Penny Bridge, esq., (ii) Wm. Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. (iii) John Atkinson of London, merchant -- W.P's interest in lands and tenements at Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 182  1753

Contents:
Lease and release: for 5s apiece: Robt. Scales of Thwaitehead, gent. Thos.Strickland of Rusland, yeoman, Jonathan Strickland of Syke, shoe-maker, Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, gent. and John Twiceday of Thwaite Moss, yeoman, to Jas. Machell of Hollow Oak, esq. -- dales in Striceley Common near Rusland --

Assignment for remainder of a term of 999 years for 5s  DDAR 183  16 Jan. 1755

Contents:
(i) Wm.Leatham of Duddon Bridge, co. Cumberland, gent. Richd. Edwd Hall of Manchester, surgeon, and Wm.Bridge late of Cranage, co.Chester, now of Conway Furnace, co. Denbigh, gents. Henry Dowis of Shrewsbury, esq., Robt. Cotton of Swinford, co.Worcester, clerk, Sam (1 Hopkins of Cankwood Forge, co.Staffs. gent. and John Smith of Mearheath Furnace, co.Staffs, gent. Anna Kendall of Stourbridge, co. Worcs. widow and Jonathan Kendall of Dedmore, co.Worcs. gent and Henry Kendall of Ulverstone, gent. (ii) Rowland Taylor of Thwaite Moss, yeoman: (iii) Edward Taylor of Finsthwaite, gent. -- half of a parcel of ground on the w. side of a close called Stony Hasle with forge, bloomery and outhouses as in DDAR 140 above --

[no title]  DDAR 184  13 Jun. 1757

Contents:
Copy of the will of Geo. Stamper of Roger Ridding, house-carpenter, dated 22 Apr. 1756, with letters of administration to Geo.Benson, John Scales and Richd.Robinson.

[no title]  DDAR 185  12 Feb. 1759

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £38.17s: John Law of Ulverstone, gent. and Mary his wife, to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- close at Thwaitehead called William Parrock --

[no title]  DDAR 186  12 Feb. 1759

Contents:
'Bargain and sale for £80.10s: John Law of Ulverstone, gent. and Mary his wife, to Rowland Scales of Thwaitehead, maltster -- three closes in Rusland called Robin Parrocks --

[no title]  DDAR 187  12 May, 1760

Contents:
Quitclaim: for £14.10s: Robt. Scales of Thwaitehead, gent. and John Scales his son, to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- moiety of a messuage or dwellinghouse with a shop or smithy near the road from Dale Park to Thwaitehead --

[no title]  DDAR 188  12 Feb. 1762

Contents:
Lease for a year at peppercorn rent: Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- close at Rusland called Scobarrow --

[no title]  DDAR 189  12 Feb. 1762

Contents:
Lease for a year at peppercorn rent: Mary Penny, Jane Penny and Isabella Penny, all of Penny Bridge, spinsters, and Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. to Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman -- lands and tenements in Rusland --

Lease and release for £2772  DDAR 190  12 & 13 Feb. 1762

Contents:
(i) Wm.Rawlinson of Rusland, gent. (ii) Mary, Jane and Isabella Penny of Penny Bridge, spinsters, (iii) Thos.Jackson of Devonshire Sq. London, gent. and Thos.Ollive of Bromley, co.Middlesex. (iv) Wm.Dillworth of Lancaster, merchant, (v) Abraham Rawlinson of Lancaster, merchant, (vi) Mary Rawlinson of Rusland, widow, (vii) Thos. Walker of Thwaitehead, yeoman, (viii) Wm. Rigge of Colthouse, gent. (ix) Rich.Robinson of Hay Bridge, yeo -- Rusland Hall and estate and Walker Tenement --

Schedule of the lands comprised in Rusland Hall Estate bought by Thos. Walker from Wm.Rawlinson  DDAR 191  n.d. (1762)

Account of money arising out of wood growing upon Dale Park Pastures  DDAR 192  9 Dec. 1768 - 18 Jan. 1771

Will & Probate: John Taylor of Natland parish of Kirkby Kendal  DDAR 193  Will dated 8 Jul. 1770. Probate 17 Oct. 1774

Award of Wm.Rigge of Greenend near Hawkshead, gent. re matters in dispute between Thos Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. and Geo.Drinkall of Rusland, gent  DDAR 194  9 Jul. 1774

[no title]  DDAR 195  26 Sep. 1778

Contents:
Discharge in respect of £1200 paid under the will of Myles Walker of Dalepark: Myles Walker to Geo.Braithwaite, Myles Sandys and Thos. Walker.

[no title]  DDAR 196  9 Feb. 1787

Contents:
Agreement: Rich.Dixon of Winster, parish of Kirkby Kendal, gent. and Myles Walker of Rusland, gent. -- for the conveyance for £340 of a half part of messuages, dwelling houses, closes and dales called Croslands --

19th C. copy of will: Geo.Drinkall of Rusland, yeoman  DDAR 197  9 Jan. 1789

Copy of will: Ann Taylor of Thwaitemoss, widow  DDAR 198  21 May, 1789

[no title]  DDAR 199  9 Feb. 1791

Contents:
Lease for a year at peppercorn rent: Mary Hart of Ulverstone, widow, and Eleanor Bainbridge of Kensington, co.Middlesex, widow, to Thos. Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. -- close of land at Grizebeck, parish of Kirkby Ireleth called Ledgecross --

[no title]  DDAR 200  14 Feb. 1792

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £6; John Twisaday of Thwaite Moss. gent. to Thos.Walker of Rusland, gent. -- "three eights of one of those dales of meadow which changes alternately every year" in Newlands and Southerholme in Rusland, called Newlands Dale and Dirty Dale and a dale between Dirty Dale and Rusland Pool.

[no title]  DDAR 201  4 & 5 Feb. 1795

Contents:
Lease and release: for £200: Ralph Brewer of Ulverstone, linendraper, to Thos Walker of Rusland, esq. -- Force Forge Wood, Satterthwait --

[no title]  DDAR 202  25 & 26 Mar. 1795

Contents:
Lease and release: for £44: John Strickland of Rusland, gent. to Myles Walker of Rusland, gent. -- a close at Crosslands called Flosh or Flush --

Assignment for the remainder of a term of 500 years for £100  DDAR 203  1 Jul. 1795

Contents:
(i) Thos Askew of Fellgate, parish of Cartmel, gent. (ii) Margt.Askew and Ann Askew both of Cartmelchurch Town, spinsters, sisters of T.A., (iii) Rowland Taylor of Thwaitemoss, yeoman, (iv) Jas. Twisaday of Thwaitemoss, yeoman -- messuage, tenement and lands at Thwaite Moss --

[no title]  DDAR 204  1 & 2 Jul. 1795

Contents:
Lease and release for £45: Jas. Stockdale of Holker and John Robinson of Ulverstone, gents. to Rowland Taylor of Thwaitemoss, yeoman, and Agnes Scales of Thwaitehead, widow -- third part of Better Meadow adjoining Rusland Pool --

[no title]  DDAR 205  20 Feb. 1796

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £345: John Machell of Penny Bridge, esq., to Thos.Walker of Rusland Hall -- close in Rusland called the Brow, Brow End Wood, or Chapman Brow --

[no title]  DDAR 206  23 Feb. 1796

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £200: Thos.Walker of Rusland Hall, esq., to Myles Walker, gent. his brother -- Force Forge Wood, a third part of a close adjoining it, a close near Grizebeck, parish of Kirkby Ireleth called Ledge Cross, and houses and land called Sturdy Bank, parish of Kirkby Ireleth --

[no title]  DDAR 207  10 Jul. 1796

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £6: Rowland Scales of Thwaitehead, yeoman, to Thos.Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. -- three eights of one of three dales in Newlands and Southerholme in Rusland, as in DDAR 200 above --

Copy of will of Rowland Taylor of Thwaitemoss --  DDAR 208  25 Jun. 1797

[no title]  DDAR 209  31 May, 1799

Contents:
Contract for the redemption of land tax by Jas. Taylor and Jos. Twisaday, trustees for Isabella and Ann Taylor, on a dwelling house and several closes of land in Rusland and Satterthwaite. (4).

Lease and release for £1000  DDAR 210  14 & 15 Feb. 1800

Contents:
(i) Wm. Strickland of Ulverstone, gent. and Hannah his wife, (ii) Mathew Harrison of Newland, parish of Ulverstone, gent. (iii) Myles Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. -- messuages, outhouses, gardens and orchards with the following closes: the Hill adjoining the House, the Wellfoot, the Great Field or Townclose, Dawson Ford or Wood and Dale adjoining the Hill, the Thin Meadow or Bad Meadow, the Back of Beck or New Parrocks, the Glassknott or Glassknotwood and the Bellbeck, all at Ashslack, parish of Coulton.

[no title]  DDAR 211  18 Jun. 1801

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £140: (i) Thos. Britain Tolming of Ulverston, gent. (ii) Myles Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. (iii) Thos. Nelson and Wm. Coward, both of Causeyend, parish of Colton, husbandmen -- two closes near Ickonthwaite called Red Brows or High Red Bank and Low Red Bank --

[no title]  DDAR 212  21 Sep. 1802

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement: Thos. & Myles Walker of Rusland tp Joseph Hodgson of Force, hammer man or fineryman -- J.H. to work at the forge near Force Mill for 3 years at 16s6d per ton--

[no title]  DDAR 213  24 Jun. 1803

Contents:
Land Tax redemption certificate: -- Myles Walker of Rusland Hall in respect of dwellinghouse, garden, orchard and several closes in Nibthwaite --

[no title]  DDAR 214  28 May, 1804

Contents:
Bond in £3000: Jas.Pennington of Broughton-in-Furness, gent. Mary Pennington of Bandrakehead, parish of Colton, widow, and Edward Coward of Bandrakehead, gent. to Thos. Walker of Rusland Hall, gent. and Jas. Rawlinson of Nibthwaite --

Admittance in the Manor of Kirkby Ireleth of Myles Walker to a customary messuage and tenement at Stordy Bank previously held by his brother Thos. now deceased --  DDAR 215  3 Jun. 1806

[no title]  DDAR 216  1806, 1807

Contents:
Probate of the will of Thos.Atkinson of the Manor in the parish of Dalton, gent. Date of will 20 Sep. 1806.
Date of probate 8 Apr. 1807.

[no title]  DDAR 217  11 Feb. 1808

Contents:
Counterpart exchange for £130: Richard Towers of Duddon Grove, co. Cumberland, esq., to Myles Walker of Rusland Hall, esq., -- half part of a close near Rusland Pool called Sandys Meadow, in exchange for the half part of a close also near Rusland Pool called New Forrest --

Letter re sale of timber: Jas.Stockdale to Myles Walker of Rusland Hall  DDAR 218  3 Sep. 1809

Lease and release, being a mortgage for £800  DDAR 219  14 & 15 Feb. [...] 181

Contents:
John Stamper of Roger Ridding in Rusland, yeoman, to Jas. Twisaday of Thwaite Moss, gent -- messuage tenement or dwellinghouse at Roger Ridding with the following closes:- Barnbriggs, Whaw, Leys, Broadsike, one day's work of peats yearly on Rusland Heights, dales and mears in Bruntwood --

Lease and release for £547.6s.6d  DDAR 220  7 & 8 Feb. 1816

Contents:
(i) Wm. Wilson Carus Wilson of Casterton Hall, Co.Westmorland, esq., and Wm.Fell of Ulverston, gent. (ii) Joseph Christian of Wigmore St., Cavendish Square, co. Middx., linendraper and Katherine his wife, (iii) Anne Taylor of Thwaite Moss, spinster, (iv) Jas.Twisaday of Thwaite Moss, gent. -- three closes called Siling Beck, Better Meadow and Striceley at Thwaite Head --

Lease and release for £1111  DDAR 221  10 & 11 Dec. 1819

Contents:
(1) John Stamper of Roger Ridding in Rusland, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, (ii) Jas.Twisaday of Thwaite Moss, gent. (iii) John Postlethwaite of Dalton, gent. and Geo.Ashburner of Holmbank, gent. -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding as follows:- a dwelling house and cottage under the same roof, barn, stable, cowhouse, two gardens and six closes called Leys, Little Barnbriggs, Great Barnbriggs, Whay, New Field and Broadsyke, two dales in Brunt Wood called Swiller Parrock Dale and Broadsyke Dale, three quarters of a dale in Brunt Wood called Knort Oak, one quarter of a dale in Brunt Wood called Cross Cut Hall, a dale of peat moss on Rusland Moss, a dale of peat moss on Crosslands Heights, half a pew in Rusland Chapel and a bracken dale on part of Brunt Wood --

Assignment for the remainder of a term of 199 years for 5s  DDAR 222  21 Jan. 1820

Contents:
(i) Wm. Wilson Carus Wilson of Casterton Hall, co.Westmorland, esq. (ii) John Stamper of Roger Ridding in Rusland, yeoman, (iii) John Postlethwaite of Dalton, gent. and Geo.Ashburner of Holmbank, gent. (iv) Jas.Twisaday of Thwaite Moss in Rusland, gent. -- messuage and tenement at Roger Ridding as follows:- a dwelling house and cottage under the same roof, barn, stable, cowhouse, two gardens and six closes called Leys, Little Barnbriggs, Great Barnbriggs, Whay, New Field and Broadsyke, two dales in Brunt Wood called Swiller Parrock Dale and Broadsyke Dale, three quarters of a dale in Brunt Wood called Knort Oak, one quarter of a dale in Brunt Wood called Cross Cut Hall, a dale of peat moss on Rusland Moss, a dale of peat moss on Crosslands Heights, half a pew in Rusland Chapel and a bracken dale on part of Brunt Wood --

Will (copy) of Anne Taylor of Thwaitemoss, spinster  DDAR 223  16 Apr. 1820

Lease and release: for £4000  DDAR 224  16 & 17 Feb. 1821

Contents:
(i) Revd. John Romney of Whitestock Hall parish of Colton, clerk, John Woodburne of Thurstan ville in the parish of Ulverston, gent. Jas. Twisaday of Thwaite Moss, gent. and Robt. Taylor of Crosslands, gent. devisees and executors in trust under the will of Anne Taylor late of Thwaite Moss, (ii) Robt. Taylor of Crosslands, gent. (iii) John Postlethwaite of Dalton, gent. and Geo.Ashburner of Holmbank, parish of Urswick, gent. (iv) John Hartley of Crooklands in Dalton, yeoman -- a messuage and tenement at Thwaite Moss and closes called the Meadow, Far Swawtudding, Swarrudding, Near Parrock, Far Parrock, Hemp Garth, New Lands, New Lands Wood, Rough Thwaite, Great Thwaite, Better Meadow, New Field, Stony Hazel, High Cragg and Sawrey Striceley, and a close of woodland called Striceley --

Assignment for 5s apiece  DDAR 225  13 May, 1822

Contents:
(i) Jas. Penny Machell of Penny Bridge, esq. Thos.Michaelson Machell of Aynsome, parish of Cartmel, esq. Myles Sandys of Graithwaite, esq., the Revd. John Fleming of Rayrigg, co.Westmorland, Agnes Benson and Frances Benson of Reading, parish of Colton, spinsters, Roger Taylor of Finsthwaite, esq., Richd Roper of Backbarrow, gent. Jas.Birkett of Birket Houses, parish of Cartmel, esq., Joseph Penny of Bridgefield, parish of Ulverston, esq. (ii) John Postlethwaite of Dalton, esq., and Geo. Ashburner of Holmbank, gent. -- parcel of ground on the W. side of Stony Hasle as in DDAR 135.

Schedules and correspondence re deeds (10)  DDAR 226  1824-1910

[no title]  DDAR 227  1825

Contents:
Draft of an enclosure award by Thos. Fell of Walton Hall, parish of Cartmel, yeoman and Richd Bigland of Backbarrow, woodmonger -- land in a common field called Stricely owned by Jane Strickland, guardian to Miss Bridget Walker, John Drinkall, Jas.Twicaday, Wm. Gradwell, John Scales and John Postlethwaite and Geo.Ashburner, trustees of Bridget Walker.

[no title]  DDAR 228  1829

Contents:
Abstract of the purchase deeds of property at Roger Riding, Thwaite Moss and Peaseholmes, purchased since the death of Myles Walker, esq., on behalf of Miss Bridget Walker 11 Dec. 1819 -- 12 Feb. 1825.

Lease and release for 5s apiece  DDAR 229  30 & 31 Aug. 1832

Contents:
John Postlethwaite of Dalton in Furness, gent. and Geo.Ashburner of Holmebank, gent. to Bridget Walker of Rusland Hall, spinster -- messuage and lands at Roger Ridding as in DDAR 221 above and a messuage and tenement at Thwaite Moss and closes called the Meadow, Swarrudding, Farr Swarrudding, Near Barrock, Farr Parrock, Hemp Garth, Newlands, Newlands Wood, Rough Thwaite, Great Thwaite, Better Meadow, Newfield, Stoney Hazel, High Cragg and Sawrey Striceley, and Better Meadow, Silingbeck and Striceley near Thwaitehead --

Marriage settlement by way of lease and release  DDAR 230  12 & 13 Sep. 1832

Contents:
(i) Chas.Dickson Archibald, esq., late of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and St. Johns, Newfoundland, now of Newby Bridge, (ii) Bridget Walker of Rusland Hall, spinster, (iii) John Postlethwaite of Dalton, esq., Jas.Mallock of Bloomsbury, co.Middx, esq., and Thos.Butler of Dalton, gent. -- Property of (i) in Nova Scotia and property of (ii) in and near Rusland, viz. Rusland Hall, Rusland Hall Farm, Thwaitehead Farm, Ashslack, Thwaite Moss Farm, Roger Ridding Farm, two cottages at Thwaitehead, Doup Cottage, Force Forge, and lands in Newton in the parish of Cartmel and in the parish of Kirkby Ireleth, messuages and tenements at Peaseholmes, Southend on the Island of Walney, Northend, Isle of Walney, Stordy Bank in the parish of Kirby Ireleth and £7469.14s.1d 3 percent consolidated bank annuities

Copy of above and of the appointment of a new trustee  DDAR 231  24 Jun. 1847

Private memoranda book mainly re timber sales  DDAR 232  1832-1852

Notices of sales by auction of timber at and near Rusland (6)  DDAR 233  1832 - 1848

[no title]  DDAR 234  1 & 2 Jun. 1836

Contents:
Lease and release: for £7: Revd. Robt.Kean of Crosslands to John Postlethwaite of Dalton, esq., Jas.Mallock of Bloomsbury, co.Middx, esq. and Thos. Butler of Dalton, gent. -- two closes at Rusland in part exchange for Crosslands Field.

[no title]  DDAR 235  5 Sep. 1836

Contents:
Deed of appointment: Mrs. C.D. Archibald to Chas.Dickson Archibald -- the moiety of the property in DDAR 230, in the event of her death --

Rusland Hall rental  DDAR 236  1838-1853

Lease and release for £2831.8s.6d  DDAR 237  15 & 16 Feb. 1841

Contents:
(i) Revd.Wm.Edw.Evans, late of Llyn grocs, co.Salop, now of Burton Court, co.Hereford and Wm.Pain Beecham of Hawkhurst, co.Kent, gent. (ii) Revd.John Russell of Llandrino, co. Montgomery, and John Mercer Durrant of Hawkshurst, yeoman, (iii) Ann Hood of Hawkhurst, widow, Edw. Young of Hawkhurst, surgeon, (iv) Wm.Pain Beecham, (v) Geo.Shaw Petty of Ulverston, banker, (vi) Chas.Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall esq. (vii) Thos.Dickson Archibald of Halifax, Nova Scotia, (viii) Robt. Francis Yarker of Ulverston, gent. -- messuage called Force Forge, plantation called Thorney Slack Gill, a pew in Rusland Chapel, closes called Woody Moss, Force Knott, Sand Parrock, High Wharling Green, right of presentation to the chapelry of Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 238  5 May, 1842

Contents:
Enclosure award by John Barrow of Methop, co. Westmorland, esq., and Richd Bigland of Cartmel Fell, yeoman -- waste lands in Rusland called Thwaitehead and Brunt Wood Fell or Commons owned by Chas.Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq., Jas.Twisaday and Robt.Taylor, both of Rusland, gents. and the Revd. Robt.Keen of Colgarth, co. Westmorland.

Copy of DDAR 238  DDAR 239  nd

[no title]  DDAR 240  20 Mar. 1848

Contents:
Settlements (i) Chas.Dickson Archibald of Portland Place, parish of Marylebone, esq., (ii) Bridget his wife (iii) Henry Rivington Hill of Throgmorton St. London, gent. Thos. Woodburne of Ulverstone, gent. and Jas.Postlethwaite of Plymouth, merchant -- property as in DDAR 230 --

Copy of DDAR 240  DDAR 241  nd

[no title]  DDAR 242  22 Apr. 1848

Contents:
Notice of the above settlement by the trustees Henry Rivington Hill, Thos. Woodburne and Jas.Postlethwaite to the trustees under the previous settlement, John Postlethwaite, Thos.Butler, and Thos. Dickson Archibald.

Probate of the will of Jane Strickland of Rusland Hall, widow  DDAR 243  Dated 8 Dec. 1846. Probate 2 Aug. 1848

[no title]  DDAR 244  12 Mar. 1852

Contents:
Appointment and release: (i) Bridget Archibald of Portland Place, Middx, (ii) Henry Rivington Hill of Throgmorton St. London, gent. Thos. Woodburne of Ulverstone, gent. and Jas. Postlethwaite of Plymouth, merchant, (iii) Chas.Dickson Archibald. (iv) Henry Rivington Hill -- Force Forge Estate, Satterthwaite --

[no title]  DDAR 245  14 Feb. 1859

Contents:
Mortgage for £120: Moses Penny of Light Hall in Rusland, bobbin turner, and Bella his wife, to Mary Wilkinson of Ulverston, spinster -- dwelling house at Light Hall and outhouses and fields called Little Meadow, Back of the Barn, Loaning Parrock and Yew Parrock and Souterholme Dales --

[no title]  DDAR 246  15 Nov. 1861

Contents:
Agreement for the division of Souterholme Meadows, Rusland, between Charles Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq., and Bridget his wife, Thos. Dickson Archibald of Tanfield Court, Temple, Middx, and Irvine Smyth Whitty of Lower Castle Yard, Dublin, esq., Moses Penny of Rusland, yeoman, Edwd Twisaday of Rusland, esq., Francis Drinkall Pritt of Fenton St. Lancaster, esq., Mary Taylor of Rusland, gentlewoman, Wm.Dodd of Abbots Reading, parish of Colton, gent. and John Townson Inman of Force Forge, Eliz.Keen of Rusland, widow, and Chas. Bromley of Liverpool, druggist.

Notes and plans re the various interests of the parties to the above, in Souterholme Meadows (26)  DDAR 247  1861-1914

[no title]  DDAR 248  31 Dec. 1862

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £100: (i) Francis Drinkall Pritt of the Greaves, near Lancaster, esq. (ii) Chas. Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq., and Bridget his wife, (iii) Chas. Wm. Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- parcel of land with two cottages at Rusland, on the N.W. side of the road from Haverthwaite to Hawkshead --

[no title]  DDAR 249  14 Feb. 1863

Contents:
Bargain and sale for £200: (i) Jas. Gradwell of Lighthall in Rusland, blacksmith, (ii) Chas.Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- and Bridget his wife, (iii) Chas.Wm.Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- Mossy Parrock and Barben Parrock Wood at Lighthall and Newlands Dale, Lighthall.

Deed of appointment under powers contained in a marriage settlement of 13 Sep. 1832: Chas.Dickson Archibald and Bridget his wife to Thos. Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smyth Whitty -- properties as in DDAR 230 --  DDAR 250  25 Jul. 1863

Further charge for securing £80 on the property mortgaged for £120 in 244:-Moses Penny and Bella his wife to Mary Wilkinson  DDAR 251  3 Mar. 1864

[no title]  DDAR 252  16 May, 1867

Contents:
Discharge: Chas.Dickson Archibald and Bridget his wife, to Mark Hunter and John Alfred Chowne, both of Lothbury, London, bankers (with equity of redemption reserved to Chas.Dickson Archibald). -- Bridget Archibald's interest in Force Forge Estate --

[no title]  DDAR 253  17 May, 1867

Contents:
Conveyance for £5400: (i) Mark Hunter and John Alfred Chowne of Lothbury, London, bankers, (ii) Geo.Shaw Petty of Arnside, co. Westmorland, gent. (iii) Chas.Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq., (iv) Chas.Wm.Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- Force Forge Estate --

Mortgage for securing the replacement of £5958. 15s. 3 percent consolidated bank annuities: Chas.Wm.Archibald to Thos.Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty -- Force Forge Estate --  DDAR 254  17 May, 1867

[no title]  DDAR 255  17 May,1867

Contents:
Covenant to indemnify the trustees of the marriage settlement of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dickson Archibald in respect of the sale of 3 percent consolidated bank annuities and the advance of the proceeds of the sale to Chas Wm. Archibald: Chas.Wm.Archibald and his three sisters, Eliz. Jane, Juliet Augusta and Clara Susanna, to Thos.Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty --

[no title]  DDAR 256  15 Mar. 1877

Contents:
Lease for 7 years at £140 rent: Chas.Bromley of 1, London Rd.Liverpool, chemist and druggist, to Chas.Wm.Archibald, esq. -- farm at Rusland called Crosslands --

[no title]  DDAR 257  10 Oct. 1877

Contents:
Feoffment to uses: Moses Penny of Lighthall in Rusland, corn miller, and Bella his wife, to Wm.Gradwell Penny of Barrow-in-Furness, joiner, and Thos. Strickland Penny of Dalton-in-Furness, signalman -- dwellinghouse and land at Lighthall as in DDAR 244.--

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Juliet Augusta Archibald late of Norwood, Surrey, granted to Chas. Wm. Archibald  DDAR 258  9 Aug. 1878

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Bridget Archibald, late of Leamington, co.Warwick, gentlewoman, granted to Chas.Wm.Archibald --  DDAR 259  3 Feb. 1881

[no title]  DDAR 260  2 May, 1881

Contents:
Conveyance in accordance with the terms of a trust: John Henry Hill of Old Broad Street, London, gent. and Edward Wadham of Millwood, Dalton-in-Furness, esq., to Chas.Wm.Archibald of Blackheath, kent. -- Rusland Hall Estate [with schedule) --

[no title]  DDAR 261  1 Sep. 1881

Contents:
Discharge from all trusts contained in the marriage settlement of Chas. Dickson Archibald and his wife Bridget, and all subsequent trusts: (i) Chas.Wm.Archibald, (ii) Eliz.Jane Archibald, (iii) Clara Susanna Archibald, (iv) Clarence Holford Archibald, (v. & vi) Chas. Wm.Archibald, (vii) John Henry Hill and Edward Wadham --

[no title]  DDAR 262  26 Nov. 1881

Contents:
Release for 10s apiece from (i) (ii) and (iii) to (iv): (i) Clarence Holford Archibald, (ii) Eliz Jane Archibald, (iii) Clara Susanna Archibald, (iv) Chas.Wm.Archibald -- premises as in DDAR 247 and DDAR 248 --

Book of accounts -- real and personal property, investments, etc  DDAR 263  1882-1927

[no title]  DDAR 264  19 Apr. 1882

Contents:
Reconveyance: Chas.Fisher of Distington Hall, Whitehaven, Cumb. Esq., to Moses Penny of Light Hall in Rusland, bobbin turner, and Bella his wife -- property at Light Hall as in DDAR 244 --

Mortgage for £200: Moses Penny and Bella his wife to Chas. Fisher -- property at Light Hall as in DDAR 244 --  DDAR 265  20 Apr. 1882

Conveyance for £100: Mary Taylor of Cartmel, spinster, to Chas.Wm.Archibald -- dales in High and Low Souterholme Meadows --  DDAR 266  15 Feb. 1883

[no title]  DDAR 267  7 Sep. 1883

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £200: Ellen Fisher of Distington Hall, Cumb. widow, and Chas.Edw.Fisher also of Distington Hall, gent. to Jane Fisher of Ulverston, spinster -- property as in DDAR 244 --

[no title]  DDAR 268  2 Nov. 1883

Contents:
Conveyance for £38: Edw.Twisaday of Thwaite Moss, gent. to Chas. Wm.Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- dales in Low Souterholme Meadow --

Deed of appointment under powers contained in 256: Moses Penny and Bella his wife to their children -- property at Light Hall as in DDAR 242  DDAR 269  24 Nov. 1883

[no title]  DDAR 270  14 Feb. 1884

Contents:
Conveyance for £80: Wm.Edw.Henshaw of Liverpool, corn merchant, to Chas. Wm.Archibald -- W.E.H's interest in dales in High and Low Souterholme Meadows (with plan).

[no title]  DDAR 271  2 May, 1888

Contents:
Power of Attorney: John Martin Gradwell of Farm Cathcartsdrift in the district of Ladibrand, Orange Free State, to John Holmes of Ormside Villa, Norfolk Rd. London -- to continue and prosecute action Gradwell v. Gradwell --

[no title]  DDAR 272  2 May, 1888

Contents:
Mortgage being security for expenses incurred under the above power of attorney: John Martin Gradwell to John Holmes -- cottage, smithy, buildings and a plot of land at Lighthall --

[no title]  DDAR 273  5 Apr. 1889

Contents:
Conveyance for £35: (i) John Martin Gradwell, (ii) John Holmes, (iii) Stephen Gradwell of Lighthall, (iv) Chas.Wm.Archibald -- property as in above mortgage --

Conveyance for £450  DDAR 274  11 Sep. 1896

Contents:
(i) Wm.Gradwell Penny of Dalton-in-Furness, joiner, and Thos. Strickland Penny of Force Forge, labourer, (ii) W.G.P. and T.S.P. (as above) Joseph Henry Penny of Newcastle-on-Tyne, joiner, Geo.Penny of Dalton-in-Furness, blacksmith, Moses Penny of Barrow-in-Furness, blacksmith, Alice Gravestone of Lighthall, Agnes Geldart of Barrow-in-Furness, spinster, (iii) Jane Fisher of Ulverston, spinster, (iv) Thos. Gravestone of Lighthall, farmer -- property at Lighthall as in DDAR 244 --

Account of property chargeable with estate duty on the death of Bella Penny, widow, late of Lighthall  DDAR 275  15 Sep. 1896

Exchange  DDAR 276  11 Jan. 1897

Contents:
(i) Thos.Myles Sandys of Graythwaite Hall, M.P. (ii) Isabel Archbibald of Rusland Hall, (iii) Chas.Falcon Archbibald of Leeds, gent. (iv) Clarence Holford Archibald of Milton Lodge, Twickenham, civil servant, Edw. Wadham of Millwood, Dalton-in-Furness, esq., and Chas. Falcon Archibald -- lands, tenements and hereditaments called Crosslands (with plan).

[no title]  DDAR 277  25 Feb. 1899

Contents:
Agreement: The trustees of the late Chas.Wm.Archibald to let Lands End Farm, Crosslands to Thos.Jackson of Finsthwaite, farmer, for an indefinite period subject to one year's notice to quit, at a rent of £60 --

[no title]  DDAR 278  31 Dec. 1902

Contents:
Discharge: Wm.Watts Curwen Falcon-Steward of Newton Manor, Cumb. esq. to Chas.Wm. Falcon of Lapworth, co. Warwick, esq. and Chas. Falcon Archibald of Far Headingly, co.York, esq., -- all claims relating to the administration of the estate or execution of the trusts in the will of Anthony Benn Steward --

[no title]  DDAR 279  11 Nov. 1911

Contents:
Conveyance for £450: Thos. Graveston of Light Hall, farmer, to Clarence Holford Archibald of Twickenham, esq. and Chas. Falcon Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- Farm at Light Hall, Rusland --

[no title]  DDAR 280  8 Mar. 1927

Contents:
Conveyance for £15: (i) Geo.Owen Sandys of Graythwaite Hall, Ulverston: (ii) Norman Pochin of Barkby Lodge, Barkby, co.Leic. Chas.Gregory of Portman Square, London and James Gordon Ramsey of Marble Arch, London: (iii) Chas.Falcon Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- rights of turbary in Rusland Moss --

Walney Island and Low Furness  DDAR 281-317  [n.d.]


Related information: See also DDAR 230

[no title]  DDAR 281  8 Jan. 1702/3

Contents:
Agreement for a marriage settlement: (i) Thos. Hunter of Biggar, Walney, weaver, (ii) James son of T.H. Thos.Ashburner of Gleaston Castle and Ellen Richardson, spinster -- messuage and tenement at Newton in Furness --

[no title]  DDAR 282  13 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: John Cragg of Whitehaven, cumb. -- messuage and tenement at Northscale, Walney, surrendered by Robt. Blacklock and Anthony Cragg --

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Jas. Hunter -- messuage and tenement at Newton on the death of his father Thos. --  DDAR 283  30 Jun. 1711

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Robt. Towns -- messuage and tenement at Newton on the death of Agnes Towns  DDAR 284  13 Oct. 1731

Probate of the will of Jas. Hunter of Walney, yeoman  DDAR 285  22 Nov. 1740

Grant of exemption from customary obligation to grind corn at certain mills, for £10  DDAR 286  19 Jun. 1762

Contents:
(i) Wm.Matson of Titeup, esq. Sarah Gibson of Lancaster, spinster, and Jas.Postlethwaite of Mary Port, Cumb. gent. and Mary his wife, (ii) Geo. Cave of Leece, yeo. and Margaret his wife and Eliz Boulton of Peeseholmes, widow, mother of Margaret -- Little Mill and Roose Mill in the parish of Dalton, a windmill on Walney and Orgrave Mill in the parish of Dalton --

Bargain and Sale: for £800: John Bankes of Northend, gent. and Mary his wife, to Roger Baldwin of Aldingham, clerk -- Northend Estate --  DDAR 287  13 May, 1774

[no title]  DDAR 288  29 Jul. 1782

Contents:
Mortgage for £500: Robt. Bankes of Liverpool, mariner, and Mary his wife, to Geo.Law of Kingston, Jamaica, merchant -- two customary messuages at Northscale, Walney --

Bargain and sale: for £1100: (i) Roger Baldwin of Aldingham, clerk, and Cecily his wife, (ii) John Bankes late of Northend, now of Rampside, gent. (iii) Geo.Law of Kingston, Jamaica, merchant. -- Northend or North Estate --  DDAR 289  13 Oct. 1782

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Geo Law, gent -- messuage and tenement at Northend, Walney --  DDAR 290  31 May, 1783

[no title]  DDAR 291  14 Feb. 1785

Contents:
Mortgage for £450: Wm.Wylde of Mary Port, Cumb. sailmaker, to Thos.Kirkby of Old Barrow, parish of Dalton, husbandman -- messuage and tenement at Northend, Walney --

Agreement: John Bankes of Rampside, gent. and Geo. Law of Brathay -- for the sale for £240 of Northend Estate --  DDAR 292  17 Dec. 1785

[no title]  DDAR 293  13 Feb. 1786

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £246: John Bankes of Rampside, gent. and Mary his wife, to Geo. Law of Brathay -- all their property on Walney Island --

Bargain and sale: for £800 Wm.Wylde of Mary Port, Cumb. sailmaker, to Geo, Law of Brathay -- Northend Estate --  DDAR 294  13 Feb. 1786

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Geo. Law -- property as above, by virtue of the above bargain and sale --  DDAR 295  27 May, 1786

[no title]  DDAR 296  13 Feb. 1789

Contents:
Bargain and sale: for £850: Robt. Bankes, late of Liverpool, now of Northscale in Walney, mariner, and Mary his wife, to Geo.Law late of Kingston, Jamaica, now of Brathay, gent -- two messuages and tenements at Northscale, Walney --

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Geo. Law -- tenement at Northscale, Walney --  DDAR 297  23 May, 1789

[no title]  DDAR 298  16 Sep. 1793

Contents:
Resolution of a meeting of tenants of land at Northscale to restrict rabbit shooting and prohibit taking away brush and gathering of sticks; offenders to be prosecuted at the joint expense of the township.

Agreement: Geo. Law of Brathay and Thos. Walker of Rusland -- for the sale of G.L's estates in Walney for £5125 --  DDAR 299  24 Sep. 1801

Bargain and Sale: for £5125: Geo. Law of Brathat to Myles Walker of Rusland -- estates at Northend and Northscale --  DDAR 300  13 Feb. 1802

[no title]  DDAR 301  29 May, 1802

Contents:
Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Myles Walker -- messuage and tenement called Wyldes Tenement at Northend, by virtue of a deed from Geo. Law --

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Myles Walker -- tenement at Northscale, by virtue of a deed from Geo.Law --  DDAR 302  29 May, 1802

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Myles Walker -- Bankes Tenement, Northend --  DDAR 303  29 May, 1802

[no title]  DDAR 304  25 Oct. 1813

Contents:
Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Bridget Walker, daughter of Myles Walker -- Bankes Tenement, Wyldes Tenement and a tenement at Northscale --

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: John Postlethwaite and Thos. Butler in trust -- a tenement at Northscale --  DDAR 305  15 May, 1847

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: John Postlethwaite and Thos. Butler in trust -- Wyldes Tenement --  DDAR 306  15 May, 1847

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: John Postlethwaite and Thos.Butler in trust -- Bank's Tenement --  DDAR 307  15 May, 1847

[no title]  DDAR 308  12 Mar. 1864

Contents:
Deed of appointment under powers contained in a marriage settlement; of 13 Sep. 1832: Chas.Dickson Archibald and Bridget his wife, to Chas.Wm.Archibald -- messuages and tenements at Northend and Northscale --

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Thos. Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty in trust -- Banks Tenement --  DDAR 309  7 Feb. 1867

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Thos.Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty in trust -- Wyldes Tenement --  DDAR 310  7 Feb. 1867

Admittance in the court of the manor of Plain Furness: Thos. Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty in trust -- Tenement at Northscale --  DDAR 311  7 Feb. 1867

[no title]  DDAR 312  20 Apr. 1867

Contents:
Enfranchisement for £297.12s: Walter Francis, Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, and Wm. Henry Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, Earl of Dalkeith, to Thos. Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty -- Banks Tenement and Wyldes Tenement, North End, Walney Island --

[no title]  DDAR 313  1867

Contents:
Agreement for charging an interest in land at Leece with an indemnity to the trustees of the marriage settlement of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dickson Archibald in respect of the sale of 3 percent consolidated bank annuities and the advance of the proceeds of the sale to Chas.Wm. Archibald: Chas.Wm.Archibald, and his three sisters Eliz.Jane, Juliet Augusta and Clara Susanna, to Thos. Dickson Archibald and Irwine Smith Whitty --

[no title]  DDAR 314  1869, 1872

Contents:
Mortgage for £3251.19s.8d: Chas.Wm.Archibald to Thos.Dickson Archibald and John Henry Hill -- Banks Tenement and Wyldes Tenement -- 20 Apr. 1869.
[Endorsed] Deed of further charge for £1000: parties as before. 24 Dec. 1872.

Schedule of deeds re property at Leece and Peaseholme --  DDAR 315  1824-1876

Schedule of deeds re Leece Estate  DDAR 316  1765-1881

Letter re deeds of property in Leece and North End: W. Butler & Sons, solicitors, to C.F.Archibald --  DDAR 317  18 Sep. 1896

Province of Nova Scotia  DDAR 318-321  [n.d.]


Related information: See DDAR 230

[no title]  DDAR 318  13 Sep. 1856

Contents:
Bargain and Sale: for £800:** The Hon. Edw.Barron Chandler of Dorchester co. Westmorland, New Brunswick, to Chas. Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- land and mineral rights in Dorchester --
* New Brunswick currency.

[no title]  DDAR 319  13 Sep. 1856

Contents:
Bargain and Sale: for £200:* The Hon. Edw.Barron Chandler of Dorchester, New Brunswick, and Phebe his wife, to Chas. Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall, esq. -- 300 acres of land in Dorchester --

[no title]  DDAR 320  30 Apr. 1860

Contents:
Conveyance by deed poll for £396: Joseph L.Moore of Dorchester, New Brunswick, barrister-at-law, to Chas.Wm. Archibald -- land and mineral rights in Dorchester.

[no title]  DDAR 321  7 May, 1868

Contents:
Conveyance and assignment in accordance with certain trusts: (1) Mark Hunter of New Broad St., London, and John Alfred Chowne, also of New Broad St., (2) Chas. Dickson Archibald of Rusland Hall and Bridget his wife, (3) Chas. Wm.Archibald of Rusland Hall -- lands and mines at Nictau, County of Annapolis, Nova Scotia --

Miscellaneous  DDAR 322-341  [n.d.]

[no title]  DDAR 322  12 Feb. 1585/6

Contents:
Copy of a Duchy Decree relating to landholding, repair of sea walls and general customs of Walney Island -- Hilary Term, 6th Elizabeth, and a copy of the customs of Furness according to a jury

Accounts of a sale of goods and chattels  DDAR 323  n.d

Accounts of a sale of goods and chattels of Thomas Strickland of Ruseland, deceased  DDAR 324  6 Feb. 1689

Account of miscellaneous items including wages of mossers and wool  DDAR 325  n.d

Demand for payment of a debt: John Taylor to Chas. Russell  DDAR 326  23 Nov. [16]96

Poor account for Finsthwait, Haverthwaite and Rusland  DDAR 327  20 Apr. 1700

Poor account for Finsthwait, Haverthwaite and Rusland  DDAR 328  20 Apr. 1700

[no title]  DDAR 329  Probate 16 May, 1720

Contents:
Will of Rowland Taylor of Espfoord, Westmorland, yeoman -- messuage and tenement at Espfoord with water corn mill and kilne to son Joseph on attaining 21 years.

A list of names with 1d and 2d against each name  DDAR 330  nd

[no title]  DDAR 331  10 Oct. 1728

Contents:
An assessment to reimburse the charges of the constable within Haverthwaite, Finsthwaite and Rusland, "being one poore bill and ahalfe" (copy)

Removal Order: Elizabeth Jackson, singlewoman -- from Coulton to Ulverstone --  DDAR 332  5 Apr. 1743

[no title]  DDAR 333  14 Jun. 1758

Contents:
Exemplification of a recovery (copy): Walter Gough, esq., claimant, Robt. Pardoe, gent. Defendant -- the manor of Shipton, Salop, with lands, rights, priviledges and appurtenances --

An electuary for the stone gravel and ulcer in the kidneys copied from and advertisement in the Dublin Journal -  DDAR 334  1769

[no title]  DDAR 335  1830

Contents:
Map of Westmorland; scale approx 1/3rd ins to 1 mile, by C. & J. Greenwood from 1822 and 1823 surveys, published

Passport for Robt. Steward Falcon and John Young Sargent  DDAR 336  14 Jun. 1853

Song book of Chas. W. Archibald  DDAR 337  1855

Engineering notebook of Chas. W. Archibald  DDAR 338  n.d

"Various notes about Rusland Hall and local matters" including a copy of the consecration deed of Rusland chapel. [13]  DDAR 339  19th & 20th Century

Letter book of Chas. Wm. Archibald  DDAR 340  1869-1880

Letter book of Chas. Wm. Archibald  DDAR 341  1880-1893

Schedule of coppice woods with notes of sales and related information  DDAR 342  1887-1920

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