Place codePAX120
Full place name entryWindermere/Windermere/Kendal Ward/Westmorland
Place NameWindermere
Area2Windermere
Area3Kendal Ward
Area4Westmorland
Grid RefSD4198

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WDB 135/1/633Windermere: Fairhaven"Fairhaven", freehold residence with grounds at Windermere.
With plans.
1905Kendal
WDB 133/2/186Windemere: Boot's storePlans and elevations; specifications; plans of four floors1933Kendal
ZS/632Windermere Regatta posted from Kendal to Newsroom Ulverston.1810Barrow
WDB 133/2/42Bowness-on-Windermere: Chemist's and Grocer's ShopsPlans etc. re. Shops at Bowness-on-Windermere, for Charles Birkett, Chemist and C. Birkett, Grocer. Architect: Jos. Pattinson1891Kendal
WDB 133/2/284Windermere: Goodly DaleVarious plans and elevations for proposed cottages at Goodly Dale for Messrs Pattinsons.1929-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/67Windermere: Langdale ChasePlans etc., re. various buildings at Langdale Chase, Windermere, for Mrs Howarth. Architects Ball & Elee, Manchester, and Joseph Pattinson1889-1891Kendal
WDB 133/2/147Windermere: Birthwaite and CornbirthwaitePlans etc, re. properties at Birthwaite and Cornbirthwaite, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/91MiscellaneousPlans etc. re. building work at miscellaneous properties19th century-20th centuryKendal
ZS/631Windermere, Walker and Barnett,bobbin makers, partnership dissolved.1808Barrow
ZS/1039/1-2Orresthead Estate, Windermere to let.On microfilm.1823Barrow
WDB 133/2/270Bowness-on-Windermere: Thornbarrow MeadowElevations and plans for pair of semi detached houses, door and window details.1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/268Storrs: Storrs EstateAbstract of title portion of tithe map re: Storrs Estate1842-1890Kendal
WDB 133/2/233Windermere:Low Spring WoodPlans and site plan, 3 storey premises, plans and elevations re: Low Spring Wood for R B Higham esq.1969Kendal
WDB 133/2/302Keswick HotelPlans of existing buildings re: Keswick Hotel1949Kendal
WDB 133/2/285Applethwaite: Grove EstateTraced map of Grove Farm inclosures. (includes field names).1888Kendal
WQ/RDP/93Deposited Plans: Windermere Windermere and District Electric Lighting 189529 Nov 1894Kendal
WDB 35/1/197Storrs Hall, WindermereStorrs Hall Hotel. China Cottage. The Beeches - residence. Building sites. With plans.
Owned by Mary Ann Worthington, , Ellen Brunskill and Rachel Pritchard. Freehold.
May 1905Kendal
WDB 133/2/184Windemere water pumping station, Annisgarth SchoolPlans and elevations of pulverising plant and site plan; correspondence, estimate and specification; sections for access road; map of Annisgarth School and surrounding properties.1955-1969Kendal
BDHJ/398/1/3Catalogue of Valuable Agricultural Properties At Great Langdale, Westmorland and Nibthwaite and Colton, Lancashire
Auctioneers: Mason & Freeman, Windermere
Solicitors: Messrs. Dawson & Co, London
Sep 1919Barrow
BDHJ/397/1/6LeaseLease of the Wood Boat House, Windermere

1) Martha Machell of Underfell, Grange-over-Sands, Lancaster, widow

2) Harriett Elizabeth Dickson of Abbots Reading, Colton, Lancaster, widow

Term - year to year

Rent - £3 / annum

Signature - Martha Machell
21 May 1906Barrow
WDB 133/2/281Kendal: The Ghyll or HylandsSite plan for proposed residence, specifications and agreement for erection of house, various sketches and drawings of internal details re: The Ghyll (or Hylands), Brigsteer Road, Kendal. For Client Abraham Pattinson esq. Architect: J. Pattinson.1910-1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/283Bowness-on Windermere: Rayrigg RoadDrydock to be built over existing slipway and blueprint of Bramley stone saw for the Langdale Green Slate Co.. Amplification: adjacent to Sand Wharf.
Site plan re: Rayrigg Road Bowness for the Windermere sand and Gravel Co.. Amplification: adjacent to Sand Wharf.
1966Kendal
WDB 133/2/226Graythwaite: Sandys Estate CunseyDrive entrance at Hazelseat, plans and elevations of lodge, detail of window and wall, elevations for stable complex, dining room fireplace, sketch of southern elevations of Graythwaite Hall, specification for alterations to lodge re: Sandys Estate: Graythwaite for Col. T M Sandys.
Plans and elevations for cottages re: Cunsey.
1891-1957Kendal
WDB 133/2/279Lancaster, various plans, Higher GreavesDetails of doors, porch, gate, eaves, windows, elevations and site plan for corner terrace houses.
Elevations and plans for stylish terrace houses at Higher Greaves, Lancaster for E J Thompson.
1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/93Bowness-on-Windermere: Cockshot PointPlans etc. re Waterfront workshops at Cockshot Point, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/95Windermere: Cannon Crag CottagePlans etc. re building work on Cannon Crag Cottage, Windermere[19th Century-20th Century]Kendal
WDB 133/2/28Bowness-on-Windermere: Crag Brow and Ash StreetPlans etc. re. shops and garages, on Crag Brow and Ash Street, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Pattinsons1924-1939Kendal
WDB 133/2/19Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England HotelPlans etc. re. various work at Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere. Where architects are named they are: Thomas Blackburn, Nelson Foley for Trust Houses, Thomas Graveson and Geo. Butlerc.1963-1966Kendal
WDB 133/2/25Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc.,re. St. John's Church, Lake Road, Windermere1882Kendal
WDB 133/2/36Windermere: Cannon Crag, StorrsPlans etc. re. bungalow at Cannon Crag, Storrs, for Mrs. E. J. Tyrer. House known as "West Wing".
Architect: Gordon Stables
1968-1969Kendal
WDB 133/2/101Bowness-on-Windermere: Ferry ViewPlans etc. re. building work at Ferry View, Bowness-on-Windermere.19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/87Windermere: Rayrigg EstatePlans etc., re. building work at Rayrigg Estate, Windermere.19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/119Windermere: Storrs and Troutbeck BridgePlans etc. re. Storrs and Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/63Bowness-on-Windermere: Crag Brow and Windermere: Crescent Road- Plans etc. re:
- Shop on Crag Brow, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Messrs Boow. Architect A. N. W. Hodgson, Windermere
- Shops on Crag Brow for Messrs Pattinson and Pattinsons Ltd. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Shops on Crescent Road, for W. Carruthers
- Small theatre on Crag Brow, Bowness-on Windermere
1924-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/35Windermere: Nab Wood, Rayrigg and Longlands- Plans etc. re:
- House on Longlands Road, for R. M. Birley
- House, on Longlands for G.H.P. Surveyor: Charles E. Hines
- House at Birklands, Longlands, for Mrs Grierson
- Map estates at Rayrigg Road, Longlands, Elim Grove, Craig, Thornbarrow, St, John's, 1919. Surveyor: Charles E. Hines
- House, Rayrigg Estate, and plaque in memory of George Outhwaite, and certificate from Windermere U.D.C. with consent to build house at Nab Wood, for Mrs Outhwaite
1914-1939Kendal
WDB 133/2/53Bowness-on-Windermere and Troutbeck Bridge- Plans etc. re.
- House opposite Ferney Green and beside Knott End at High Biggins, Bowness-on Windermere, for Miss Dobson. Architects Pattinsons?
- Cottages at Troutbeck Bridge, for Kendal & District Housing Association. Architects: Walker, Carter & Walker
c.1922-c.1926Kendal
WDB 133/2/145Ambleside: Hill Top and Calgarth EstatePlans etc. re. Hill Top and Calgarth Estate, Ambleside19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/141Windermere: Ferry ViewPlans etc. re Ferry View, Longtail Hill, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/262Bowness: Elementary Schools; Windemere: New Grammar SchoolPlan of girls elementary school, plan of infants school re: Bowness Elementary Schools.
Site plan, plans for Headmaster's house, elevations for Headmaster's house and various sketches of proposed additions re: New Windemere Grammar School, Queens Drive.
1883-1918Kendal
WDB 133/2/289Bowness-on-Windermere: Storrs Estate, Belfield FarmSmall site plan at Storrs Holme and plans and elevations for boathouse re: Storrs Estate Bowness. Client: B H Gosling.
Plan of agricultural buildings and perspective drawing of agricultural buildings re: Belfield Farm top road to Newby Bridge.
1920Kendal
WDB 133/2/278Lancaster: Southfield, Skerton, Laurel BankBuilding land, Plans, elevations and sections for various houses at Southfield, Lancaster for Mr. E. Threllfall.
Plans for house at Skerton, Lancaster.
Plans and elevations for 2 semi detached houses at Laurel Bank Lancaster.
1893-1900Kendal
WDB 35/1/37Heaves Estate, Crook, Nether and Over Staveley, Windermere.CrookParts of Heaves Estate, The Glen Farm. With plans.
Owned by Mrs Watson-Gendy. Tenure not defined.

Nether Staveley Part of Heaves estate. Borwick Fold Farm. Part of Yews Farm. with plans.
Owned by Mrs. Watson-Gandy. Freehold.

Over Staveley Parts of Heaves Estate. Park House. Dalton Hill Farm, Yew Farm, Glen Farm, Borwick Fold Farm. With plans.
Owned by Mrs. Watson-Gandy. Freehold.

Windermere Parts of Heaves Estate. Part of Yews Farm. With plans.
Owned by Mrs. Watson-Gandy. Freehold.
20 Sep 1919Kendal
BDHJ/398/1/31Mortgage 1) The Reverend John Romney of Whitestock Hall, Colton, Lancaster, Clerk in the Holy Orders

2) Magdalen Agnes Grandy of Oakland, Windermere, Westmorland, Widow; Henry Gandy of Eden Grove near Appleby, Westmorland Esquire; Thomas Harrison of Kendal, Westmorland, Attorney at Law and John Parkin of Kendal, Manager of the Bank of Westmorland

Consideration: £2000

Premises: All that messuage, tenement and estate called and commonly known by the name of Crooks Higher Crames and Haybridge estates, lying and being in Colton, Lancaster

Signatures and seals: John Romney, Magdalen Agnes Grandy, Henry Gandy, Thomas Harrison & John Parkin

Witnesses: Richard Norris Gandy, John Kendal & D. Harrison
17 Jun 1861Barrow
WDB 133/2/47Windermere: Langdale Chase HotelPlans etc., re. work at the Langdale Chase Hotel, for Mrs. Dalzell, George Howarth, Mrs Howarth. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker, Joseph Pattinson, William Ball, 3 Mount St. Manchester, Ball & Lee.1889-1935Kendal
WDB 35/1/190Holbeck Cottage, Windermere.Holbeck Cottage and land. Several lots of building land. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
13 Oct 1886Kendal
WDB 133/2/21Windermere: St. Catherine's, Patterdale RoadPlans etc.re. proposed bungalow at St Catherine's, Patterdale Road, for E. C. Ferreira Esq.. Architect: Jennings B. Gill.1953-1958Kendal
WDB 133/2/61Bowness-on-Wndermere: Burnside, Kendal RoadPlans etc. re: lodge, semi-detached houses and villas at Burnside, Kendal Road, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architect Joseph Pattinson.1899-1904Kendal
WDB 133/2/137Details not yet received.19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/189CleabarrowSpecification for house; map of High Cleabarrow; plans and elevations of house; site plan1925Kendal
WDB 133/2/113Bowness-on-Windermere: Rifleman's Arms, Old BownessPlans etc. re. building work at Old Bowness, Bowness-on-Windermere .1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/57Windermere: Pinfold, Lake RoadPlans etc. re. conveniences at Pinfold, off Lake Road, Windermere. F. E. W. Fanstone, surveyor.1923-1924Kendal
WDB 133/2/154Ambleside: Midland BankPlans etc. re. building work on Midland Bank, Ambleside19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/108Beaufell HousePlans etc. re work at Beaufell House19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/132Unspecified DamPlans etc. of a dam, no location given [Sow How, Cartmel Fell?]19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/39Windermere: Interlaken, Cornbirthwaite RoadPlans etc. re. villa, Interlaken, Cornbirthwaite Road for T. Barnett. Architect F. H. Walker, Windermere1950-1953Kendal
WDB 133/2/97Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re. building work on St. John's Church, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/149Bowness-on-Windermere: Ferry ViewPlans etc. re. building work at Ferry View, Bowness-on-Windermere1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/55Windermere: Brantholme, Heathwaite.- Plans etc. re:
- Alterations to house at Brantholme. Heathwaite.Architect W. L. Dolman
- House at Brantholme, Heathwaite, for Dr. C. A. Rayne. Architect: Stephen Shaw
1893-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/102Ambleside: Calgarth Park EstatePlans etc. for building work at Calgarth Park Estate, Ambleside19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/70Bowness-on-Windermere: Belfield and Old England Hotel- Plans etc. re:
- Belfield, and Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere
c.1928-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/75Windermere: Dove Cottage, Storrs.Plans, etc. re. garage at Dove Cottage, Storrs, Windermere, for P. Thompson, Esq.. Architect W. L. Dolman1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/105Windermere: Oldfield EstatePlans etc. for building work on Oldfield Estate, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/100AmblesidePlans etc re. building work on properties in Ambleside18th century-19th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/161Windermere: Windermere Park, and Ellerthwaite EstatePlans etc. for building work at Windermere Park and Ellerthwaite Estate, Windermere1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/130Windermere: Ghyll HeadPlans etc. re. Ghyll Head, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/134Bowness-on-Windermere: Midland BankPlans etc. re Midland Bank, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/73Windermere: Highfield, Cooks Corner, and Main Road- Plans etc. re the following properties at Windermere:-
- Alterations at Highfield, for H. Broadrick, Esq
- Cottage at Cooks Corner, Windermere, for Miss Baldry
- Stybarrow, Cooks Corner
- Conversion of workshop on Main Road, for the executors of Mr. H. Kellett. architects Walker, Carter & Walker.
1912-1939Kendal
WDB 133/2/159Bowness-on-Windermere: Brantfell VillaPlans etc. re. building work on Brantfell Villa, Brantfell Road, Bowness-on-Windermere1884Kendal
WDB 133/2/156Windermere: Witchingham, Rayrigg EstatePlans etc. re building work at Witchingham, Longlands Road, Rayrigg Estate, Windermere1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/246Ullswater HotelCorrespondence and estimates, plan of hotel and alterations. Amplification - bathrooms.1933-1934Kendal
WDB 133/2/252Staveley: The Abbey, Staveley fire stationPlans for alterations to The Abbey old people's home.
Specification and plans for a new fire station: Staveley.
1956-1957Kendal
WDB 133/2/276Coniston: Highman; Kendal: Hayclose LaneRelay station for the BBC at Highman Coniston and Hayclose Lane, Kendal. Amplification: Envelope of specifications and correspondence.1971-1975Kendal
WDB 133/2/217Bowness-on-Winderemre: North TerracePlans and elevations and specifications re: Working Men's Club North Terrace Bowness.
Alterations to premises off North Terrace for H. Nicholson.
Site plan for public hall re: Craig Walk.
Plans and elevations, alterations to windows re: Bowness Institute, North Terrace
1897-1947Kendal
WDB 133/2/244Broughton in Furness: Princes Street ; Ambleside: Compston RoadSite plan for house and shop, plans and elevations of house and shop, plans and elevations of shoeing shop and store re: Princes Street, Broughton in Furness.
Plan and detail drawings for Assembly Room re: Compston Road, Ambleside.
1886Kendal
WDB 133/2/201Bowness-on-Windemere: Crag BrowPlans and elevations for stable; small plans and elevations for dwelling; plans and elevations for cottages; plans and elevations for garages;site plan for shops for Mr Frank Robinson
-section drawing; 3 rough plans for bay-fronted building; elevation and plans for houses for Joseph Cross - site plan of Albert Hotel and cottages for C.P.Banks
1899-1904Kendal
WDB 35/1/32Crook, Undermillbeck, Windermere.Crook, overlapping into Undermillbeck. Mitchell Land Farm and land, Beckside Farm and land, Sunnybrow house and farm. With plans.
Owned by late John Fell; freehold.
Windermere Mitchell Land, Beckside.
27 Jul 1872Kendal
DCU/4/489/22Letter from Thomas English to Thomas Greene, Gray's Inn, proposing sale of the ferry over Windermere together with the Island (Belle Isle) to the prospective purchasorWith further proposal for the sale of an island in Windermere pertaining to the ferry, and the sale of several objects on the Island including a fire engine, two lead statues, garden seats etc, and also the sale of four paintings or views of the Island owned by English to the prospective purchasor.13 Jun 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/39Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Richard Addison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., eldest son and heir of Henry Addison, gent., and Jane Addison his widow, both deceased.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.21 Jun 1837Whitehaven
WDB 35/1/191Storrs Estate, WindermereStorrs Estate: Mansion and lands. Low House Farm. Lindeth Farm. Littledale Estate. With plans.

In chancery Nayler v. North. Freehold.
9 Aug 1889Kendal
WDB 35/1/186Ecclerigg Estate, Windermere.Ecclerigg Estate. Mansion and land near Low Wood Hotel. Middleriggs Close. Holbeck Close. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
1875-1877Kendal
DCU/4/489/48Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Charles Kirkbride and James Walker, both of Bowness, boatmen.1 Dec 1869Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/38Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Henry Addison, gent., on the surrender of Stephen Lushington.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.22 May 1787Whitehaven
WDB 133/1G H Pattinson Limited: Financial recordsLedgers, wages books, account books, contract books, rent ledgers, stock book, cash books 1867-1984Kendal
WDB 35/1/180St. Catherine's Estate, Windermere.St. Catherine's Estate - land and cottage orne^45e. Allotment on Applethwaite Common. With plans.
Owned by a nobleman Earl of Bradford. Freehold.
13 Oct 1857Kendal
BDX 209/2/1/9ReleaseRelease
1. Sir Christopher Phillipson of the Isle upon Winandermere Water, knight.
2. John Braddyll of Conishead, Esquire.
A rent charge of 10s which has been paid (time whereof the memory of man is not to the contrary) out of the demesne of Conishead.
Consideration: £11 1s 6d.
1705Barrow
DCU/4/489/28-29Conveyance by lease and release of a fishery in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Dawes of Bowness, Windermere, and Dorothy Dawes, widow of Richard Dawes, late of New Hall, Bowness, yeoman, to John Christian of Ewanrigg Hall, esq. Consideration £100.12-13 May 1784Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/11Conveyance of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, to Henry Williamson of Low House, same parish, woodmonger. Consideration £62 15s.22 Jan 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/10Articles of agreement regarding conveyance of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, and Henry Williamson of Low House, same, yeoman.11 Mar 1751Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/31Draft release of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., and 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., to 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £1769 10s.1 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/32Conveyance of land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere Water and the island of Crow HolmeGeorge Braithwaite of Harrowslack, Hawkshead, Lancs., gent. to Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £100.5 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/26Conveyance of customary premises of two small islands in Lake Windermere called Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £47 10s. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778.10 Sep 1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/12Conveyance of half a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereHenry Williamson of Low House, Windermere, woodmonger to John Robinson of Bowness, same parish, husbandman. Consideration £31 7s 6d.31 Mar 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/33Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of George Braithwaite of Great Boat, Claife, Hawkshead, Lancs., yeoman on the surrender of Thomas English of Southwark, Surrey, esq.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.18 Oct 1785Whitehaven
DCU/4/489Windermere estate1707-1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/49Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Wilson Martin of Bowness, boatman.2 Dec 1869Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/16Conveyance of half a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereHenry Williamson of Low House, Windermere, woodmonger to John Robinson of Green, same parish, fisherman. Consideration £35.12 Feb 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/51Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Charles Kirkbride and James Walker, both of Bowness, boatmen.14 Nov 1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/22AList and valuation of materials on the Great Island of Windermere belonging to Thomas English and appraised by Thomas Hartley and Isaac Holme on behalf of Thomas English and "Miss Curwen" (Isabella Curwen)18 Jul 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/25Letter from Thomas Lacey in London, to Henry Addison proposing that Addison's client "Miss Curwen" (Isabella Curwen) purchase Thomas English's two small islands in Lake Windermere together with the ferry, all to be valued by two persons, one selected by each party10 Feb 1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/54-55Sale particular plans for building sites on the shores of Lake WindermerePlan no 1: building sites on the west bank of Windermere 18 x 27", twenty lots (coloured), acreages given, scale 6 chains to 1 inch; plan no 2: building sites in the Ferry Fields and Round Table, 12 lots (coloured), acreages given, scale 1 chain to 1 inch, both plans by C Webster, Surveyor, Kendal.1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/37Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Henry Addison, gent., on the surrender of George Braithwaite.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.22 May 1787Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/50Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/14Conveyance of customary holme or island in Lake Windermere1. John Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, 2. William Thompson of same place, yeoman, and Mary Thompson his wife, 3. Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg, same parish, esquire. Consideration £31 1s.13 Feb 1758Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/34-35Conveyance by lease and release of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Robinson of of Bowness, Windermere, fisherman, to John Christian of Workington Hall, esq. Consideration £105.13-14 Feb 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/40Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Richard Addison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., eldest son and heir of Henry Addison, gent., and Jane Addison his widow, both deceased.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.21 Jun 1837Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/5Conveyance of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereRobert Collinson of Borwick Fold, Nether Staveley, Kendal, yeoman, to John Daws of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, reciting reversion of fishery from Thomas Dixon to Robert Collinson. Consideration £50 14s.8 Oct 1730Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/13Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower CubblesJohn Floyer of the Island, Windermere, esq., to Thomas Barlow of Salford, esq. Consideration £600.23 Nov 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/52Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearJohn Vickerman Longbourne and others, and Henry Fraser Curwen, of Workington Hall, esq., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.8 May 1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/53Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearJohn Vickerman Longbourne and others, and Henry Fraser Curwen, of Workington Hall, esq., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.8 May 1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/27Draft conveyance of customary premises of two small islands in Lake Windermere called Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £47 10s. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778.1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/30Release of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., and 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., to 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £1769 10s.1 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/42Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.28 Aug 1844Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/7Copy decree in the court of chancery. Frances Hutton, widow, plaintiff , vs Thomas Braithwaite and others, defendants.Legal opinion on case concerning Frances Phillipson, heir to Christopher Phillipson regarding property on Lake Windermere (Long Holme and other islands)18 Jun 1737Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/9Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower CubblesThomas Braithwaite and John Braithwaite, both of Hollin Hall, Westmorland, gents., to John Floyer of Longdon, Staffs., esq. Consideration £450.26 Jan 1750Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/44Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Jane Bean (formerly Jane Addison spinster), wife of William Henry Bean of Holford Square, Islington, gent., upon the decease of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.15 Mar 1859Whitehaven
WDB 133/2/2Satterthwaite: Hilltop, Cunsey; Windermere: Ghyll Head; Windermere: Nab Wood and unidentified bungalow- Plans etc re.:-
- Alterations to Hill Top, Cunsey, for W. I. A. Atkinson. Architect: Walker, Carter & Walker. 1933
- Conversion of Barn and outbuildings at Ghyll Head, Windermere for E. G. Poole. 1936
- New bungalow, Windermere
- Chauffeur's Cottage at Nab Wood, Ferry Road, Windemere, for George Outhwaite
1932-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/17Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England Hotel- Plans etc. re. building work at:
- the Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Roger Bownass. Architect: Jon. Stables, Bank Chambers, Ambleside. Also named as J. Stables
- Belle Howe, Manager's Quarters, Old England Hotel
c.1927-1960Kendal
WDB 133/2/9Bowness-on-Windermere: Lindeth Howe Lodge, Storrs.- Plans etc, re:
- retiling and new entrance lodge at Lindeth Howe Lodge, Storrs, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Mrs. Potter. Architect: Wm. T. R. Milburn
1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/38Bowness-on-Windermere: Crag Brow ShopPlans etc., re Crag Brow Shop, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Messrs Boow. Architect: A. N. W. Hodgson1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/66Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere- Plans etc. re:
- Detached house, for Pattinsons Ltd, location not specified
- Dock and workshops at Nab Wood, Ferry Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, for G. H. P. and Mr. Buckley
- Detached house, location not specified. Architect T. C. Pattinson
- Proposed house on Rayrigg Estate, Windermere, for Pattinsons Ltd
- Entrance at Storrs Park for Lady Riddell. Architect Joseph Pattinson
1900-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/49Bowness-on-Windermere :Old England HotelPlans etc., re. Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architects Smith Walker, and D. G. Millett.1946-1950Kendal
WDB 133/2/163Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re building work at St. John's Church, Windermere1971Kendal
WDB 133/2/109Windermere: Storrs Park EstatePlans etc. re. building work at Storrs Park Estate, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/110Ambleside: Calgarth Park; other miscellaneous propertiesPlans etc. re. building work at Calgarth Park, Ambleside and other miscellaneous properties19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/247Grasmere: How Top Farm, Little Parrock, The Hollens; Hawkshead: The HolmePlans and elevations for additional farm buildings, section and plan of cow shed at How Top Farm, Grasmere.
Plans and elevations and site plan for extension re: Little Parrock, Grasmere. Sketch of drains re: The Holme, Hawkshead.
Site plan and detail of lavatory re: The Hollens, Grasmere.
1935-1949Kendal
WDB 133/2/296Ambleside Church; RWYC clubhouse; Troutbeck Bridge: The Windemere Clubs LimitedLettering for stone July 1892 at Ambleside (church)? Client Revd D. Sellon. Amplification: Laid by Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle.
- Plans and elevations for new clubhouse and site plan for new clubhouse at Windemere. Client: The Windemere Clubs Ltd. Amplification: Between boathouse and Ferry Nab Road.
- Drawing of proposed drinking fountain at Troutbeck Bridge.
1892-1926Kendal
WDB 133/2/235Ambleside: Conservative Club Clappersgate, Kirkstone Pass Inn, Waterhead, Willowsmere Esplanade, Pullwoods, BrathayFolder of specifications and plans, plans and elevations for roof over yard; for Ambleside Conservative Club.
Plans and elevations for studio flat at Ellers, Ambleside.
Plans and elevations of house, 3 levels, plans of ground floor and first floor for Mr Z Ward of Clappersgate Ambleside. Amplification: house with bays and pointed turret.
Elevations for Kirkstone Pass Inn.
Detail of stone bay for Waterhead
Plans and elevations and site plan for additions; plans and elevations of sun parlour and plans and elevations for additions at Willowsmere Esplanade, Ambleside.
Alterations to building for estate worker: re Pullwoods, Brathay.
1890-1970Kendal
WDB 133/2/166Bowness-on-Windermere: Rylesmere, Storrs ParkPlans etc. re buildingwork at Rylesmere, Storrs Park, Bowness-on-Windermere1934Kendal
WDB 133/2/269Storrs: Storrs EstateAffidavits in the High Court, Chancery Division, correspondence relating to court case. Amplification: John Poole Vs Benjamin Townson & G H Pattinson.
Correspondence relating to Dick Intake, Broad Leys.
Storrs accounts 1892-1895.
Conditions of sale of building plots, plan of water services to estate.
Conveyance of pasture John Poole to James Birkett.
Miscellaneous correspondence 1892-1904.
Correspondence and particulars relating to Storrs Estate, roads,water and rateable values.
1834-1906Kendal
WDB 133/2/290Carnforth: Hagg Estate, Hest Bank. LowlandsMap of estate and foreshore re: Hagg Estate, Carnforth.
Sketch of site, plans and elevations for 2 houses, sketch plan of 2 houses, detail of screen in house re: Hest Bank, Carnforth. Client G H Pattinson. Amplification - timbered effect.
Small plan of water main under railway line at Hest Bank.
Site plan and plans and elevations for pair of semi-detached houses at Lowlands Hest Bank, Carnforth. Amplification: on foreshore, timbered gables. Client G H Pattinson.
1893Kendal
WDB 133/2/305Skelwith Fold: new farm at Skelwith FoldBowness Bay improvements
- sketch of shelters, plan of new steamer pier, elevations of new steamer pier, large plan of proposed new layout of Bowness Bay.
Plans and elevations, site plan and various details of house and farm buildings re: new farm at Skelwith Fold. Client: Mrs Marshall. Architect: John Banks.
1910Kendal
WDB 133/2/103Bowness-on-Windermere: Belfield and LodgePlans etc., for building work at Belfield and Belfield Lodge, Bowness-on-Windermere.19th century-20th centuryKendal
DCU/4/489/41Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.28 Aug 1844Whitehaven
WDB 35/1/183Ibbotsholme, Windermere.Ibbotsholme - Mansion and grounds, Bailiff's house and farm. Illustrated. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
1 Jul 1873Kendal
WDX 28/19Cards advertising hotelsBownass' Ullswater Hotel, Patterdale (proprietor R Bownass)
The Derwentwater Hotel, Portinscale (proprietor Mrs E Bell)
Atkinson's Lake Hotel, Keswick
Queen's Hotel, Keswick (proprietor E E Poole)
The Borrowdale Hotel, Keswick (proprietor Benjamin Armstrong)
Furness Abbey Hotel, Barrow-in-Furness (proprietor R Brownrigg)
undatedKendal
WQ/RDP/46Deposited Plans: Langdale and Windermere Tramway Langdale and Windermere Tramway 1867-68.30 Nov 1867Kendal
WDX 1253Bigland FamilyFamily papers of the Bigland family of Hartbarrow, Cartmel Fell and Windermere, including extracts from Liverpool parish registers (early 19th Century), apprenticeship indentures, 1798, 1881 (2), copy will of Richard Bigland of Hartbarrow, 1843, and funeral papers of Thomas Bigland of Beaconsfield Villa, Windermere, 1938, etc..1798-1938Kendal
BDFELL/13Politics1829-1910Barrow
WDX 1609Sales Particulars for Keldwith, WindermereWith photographs and plan of property.
Sale held 15 Sep 1920 by public auction by Ralph Pay and Taylor, Auctioneers of London.
1920Kendal
BDHJ/398/1/34Transfer of mortgage and reconveyance Transfer of mortgage: 17 Jun 1863

1) Magdalen Agnes Gandy of Oaksland, Windermere, Westmorland, Widow; Henry Gandy of Eden Grove near Appleby, Westmorland, Esquire; Thomas Harrison of Kendal, Attorney-at-Law, and John Parkin of Kendal, Westmorland , Manager of the Bank of Westmorland

2) The Reverend John Romney of Whitestock Hall, Colton, Lancaster, Clerk in the Holy Orders

3) Thomas Willcock of Quarry Howe, Windermere, Squire and Francis Webster of Kendal, Westmorland, Marble Manufacturer

Consideration: £2000

Premises: All that messuage, tenement and estate called and commonly known by the name of Crooks Higher Crames and Haybridge estates, lying and being in Colton, Lancaster

Signatures and seals: Magdalen Agnes Gandy, Henry Gandy, Thomas Harrison, John Parkin, John Romney, Thomas Willcock & Francis Webster

Witnesses: Colin Munro, Joseph Ellwood & D. Harrison

Reconveyance: 9 Nov 1872

1) Thomas Wilcock, Francis Webster (aforementioned)

2) John Romney (aforementioned)

Consideration: £2000

Premises: All that messuage, tenement and estate called and commonly known by the name of Crooks Higher Crames and Haybridge estate, lying and being in Colton, Lancaster

Signatures and seals: Thomas Wilcock and Francis Webster

Witness: Gilbert Procter
Jun 1863-Nov 1872Barrow
DCU/4/489/4Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereThomas Dixon of Falbarrow, Windermere, Westmorland yeoman, to Thomas Roberts of Green, same parish, fisherman, for the life of Thomas Roberts at £1 14s annual rent and further free rent of 6s 8d.17 Jan 1723Whitehaven
WDB 133/2G H Pattinson Limited: Building recordsRecords of each property designed and built by G H Pattinson Limited. Excel spreadsheet of list of box contents on CDc.1867-1984Kendal
WDB 133/2/50Hawkshead: Pullwoods, OutgatePlans etc., re. Pullwoods, Outgate, Hawkshead, for W. J. Crossley. Architects R. H. Holliday & Co., Royal Horticultural Works, Middleton, Manchester, and Faulkner Armitage, Altrincham. 1902-1903Kendal
BDHJ/272Wills, estate papers and extracts from deedWills of James Elleray 1840 and Miss Elizabeth Elleray, 1858. Estate papers of John Whinfield Benson 1938. Extracts from trust deed for Ulverston National School 1857 and Ulverston Infants School 1858. Plan and correspondence regarding Victoria Electric Palace, Victoria Hall, Ulverston 1914. Case papers regarding Pattinson v Poole 1904. Northscale tenants agreement 1778.1779-1914Barrow
WDTE/BOX 1/1/15Order to repair highwayat Garburn in Applethwaite1719Kendal
WDSO 216Royal British Legion, Windermere Branch1924-1989Kendal
WDX 1848Handbills from Westmorland Inns and Thomas Greenwood, flour merchant of Kendal and Pennington and Middleton, ironmongers of Windermere.Inns include Kings Head Inn, Appleby, Kings Arms, Kirkby Stephen, White Swan, Brough, Salutation Inn, Ambleside, Ferry Inn, Windermere, Kings Arms, Shap and Kings Arms, Patterdale.1826-1868Kendal
WDB 133/2/34Bowness-on-Windermere: The Garth, Storrs; Windermere: Beresford Road- Plans etc. re:
-The Garth, Middle Entrance, Storrs, Bowness-on-Windermere, for J. S. Wilmer
- House on Beresford Road, Windermere
1908-1913Kendal
WDB 133/2/118Windermere: The Garth, StorrsPlans of building work at The Garth, Storrs, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
DCU/4/489/45Copy entry for the burial of John Harrison in the parish of Penrith on 3 Nov 1848.19 Sep 1859Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/6Conveyance of half of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereJohn Daws of Bowness, Windermere, fisherman, to his son Robert Daws of Bowness. Consideration £24 10s.1 May 1732Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/47Faculty of the Archdeaconry of Richmond granting John Christian Curwen of Belle Isle, Windermere, licence to erect a pew in Windermere Parish Church28 Jul 1796Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/46Copy certificate of the marriage of Jane Addison, spinster, to William Henry Bean, solicitor's clerk, at St Andrew's, Holborn, London on 24 Jan 1855.24 Sep 1859Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/15Copy will of Thomas Barlow of Salford, gentlemanTestator bequeathed his Island of Windermere to his brother, with bequests charged thereon to his nephews and niece. Will proved 12 Mar 1764, copy examined 27 Nov 1771.2 Jan 1761Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/3Conveyance of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereThomas Roberts of Green, Windermere, Westmorland, fisherman, to Thomas Dixon of Falbarrow, same parish, yeoman. Consideration £34.10 Jan 1723Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/1Copy conveyance of two ferry boats on Windermere, land between Slippery Crag and Nab End, and the island of Crow HolmeWilliam Rawlinson of Graythwaite, Lancs., gent., to William Braithwaite of Satterhow, Hawkshead, Lancs., yeoman. Consideration £170.5 Jun 1707Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/2Conveyance of customary property called the Island or Long Holme in Windermere together with the advowson of the parish church of Windermere and a water corn mill called Crook Mill at Crook, parish of KendalFrances Hutton of London, widow, daughter of Sir Christopher Philipson of Windermere, to Thomas Braithwaite of Rosthwaite, Lancs., gent. Consideration £15.23 Jan 1720Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/8Copy conveyance of customary property called the Island or Long Holme in Windermere together with the advowson of the parish church of Windermere and a water corn mill called Crook Mill at Crook, parish of Kendal, and three customary properties called Lindeth, WindermereFrances Hutton of Channel Row, Westminster, London, widow, eldest daughter of Sir Christopher Philipson of Windermere, and her daughter Frances Hutton the younger of Sunbury, Middlesex, spinster, to Thomas Braithwaite of of Hollin Hall, Westmorland, yeoman, reciting two deeds of conveyance between Frances Hutton and Thomas Braithwaite senior of 23 Jan 1720, and agreement in Court of Chancery in case of Frances Hutton v Thomas Braithwaite of 18 Jun 1737. Consideration £185 17s 4d.4 Jul 1737Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/17Quitclaim of receipt legacies of legacies of the late Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent., of £300 charged on his Island of WindermereBy the testator's niece and nephews John Barlow of Manchester, apothecary, Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent., and Sarah Withington and her husband William Withington of Salford, hatter.23 Mar 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/18Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower Cubbles1. Robert Barlow of Salford, gent., devisee of the will of his late brother Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent.and 2. John Barlow of Manchester, apothecary, heir at law of the said Thomas Barlow to 3. Thomas English of Southwark, founder. Consideration: £1050.25 Mar 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/20-21Mortgage and counterpart mortgage of customary premises in Windermere: a messuage and tenement called Birthwaite; three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower Cubbles; messuage and tenement called Fusethwaite; another fishery in Middle Cubble; fiftieth share (£1000) in the capital stock of £50,000 of the Warkworth, Rotton, Mawbray and the Gnoll Copper Company1. Thomas English of St Pancras, London, founder to 2. Stephen Lushington of Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, esq. Recital of bond of same date for party (2) to lend (1) the sum of £2000 secured on premises of (1) recited above, and that both parties are co-partners in the company of Warkworth, Rotton, Mawbray and the Gnoll Copper Company, articles of agreement, 29 Sep 1774, and parties thereof recited. To be redeemed by (1) on payment of £2000 with interest at five per cent per annum.16 Feb 1776Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/23Conveyance of customary premises of the Great Island or Long Holme in Lake Windermere1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison late of Workington, now of Gray's Inn, London, gent. Consideration £1722. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778, and sale of the Great Island by Messrs Christie and Ansell of London to Henry Addison by public auction, 30 May 1781. With schedule of relating deeds and papers, 1719-1778.12 Jul 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/24Draft conveyances of customary premises of the Great Island or Long Holme in Lake Windermere1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison late of Workington, now of Gray's Inn, London, gent. Consideration £1722. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778, and sale of the Great Island by Messrs Christie and Ansell of London to Henry Addison by public auction, 30 May 1781. With schedule of relating deeds and papers, 1719-1778.1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/36Articles of agreement for improvements to be made to Belle Isle, Windermere, within 10 yearsbetween John Christian, Workington, and Thomas White, Ritford, Nottinghamshire. Thomas White to 1) keep up the banks of Belle Isle and two other islands in good repair against floods, tend and replenish plantations of trees on the islands, plant flowers and plants in the appropriate places and mow and tend areas inclosed for grass not intended for sheep pasture. 2) John Christian to pay Thomas White £1000 over the ten years by equal payments half yearly, he to also prepare the lawns for White for sowing with grass seed to certain specifications therein and also to provide White with a house, grass carts, wheelbarrows, a horse, an engine for watering, also to provide a certain fence and hedge and provide White with a flat-bottomed boat for cutting the reeds.24 Jun 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/43Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Jane Bean (formerly Jane Addison spinster), wife of William Henry Bean of Holford Square, Islington, gent., upon the decease of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.15 Mar 1859Whitehaven
WDX 1913/2Log book of Fairy Queen (steam yacht) on Windermere1879Kendal
WQ/AH/29Highway Diversions: College Grounds (Windermere)Diversion of footpaths, College Grounds, Windermere: Plan by Joseph Bintley, surveyor, of Kendal (scale 1 chain to 1 inch), April 1875;

Notice from Benjamin Irving of the College, to Windermere Local Board, 30 June 1875;

Minutes of meeting of Windermere Local Board, 14 July 1875;

Consent of Benjamin Irving, 10 August 1875; Notice, 11 August 1875;

Deposition of witnesses, 14 September 1875; certificate of 2 Justices, 14 September 1875; Order, 21 October 1875;

Certificates of 2 Justices on completion (2 copies), 15 May 1876;

Letter from George Gatey, solicitor, of Ambleside, 24 November 1880.
1875Kendal
WDFCM 4 Ambleside and Windermere Methodist Circuit Bowness on Windermere Methodist Chapel: Papers (incl. plans and accounts) of erection of new chapel at Bowness 1882-1898, minute books (2) of Trustees meetings 1899-1974, minute book of leaders' meetings 1946-1973, minute books (2) of Church Council 1977-1994, minute book of Women's Fellowship 1978-1992, Collection journals (7) 1907-1991, church notices (5 vols) 1980-1995, misc. loose papers re Bowness Chapel, incl plans of alterations 1932, etc.1882-1994Kendal
WDB 133/2/165Bowness-on-Windermere: Storrs ParkPlans etc. re building work at Storrs Park, Bowness-on-Windermere1926Kendal
WDB 133/2/180Windemere: Beech Hill HotelCorrespondence for modernisations and extension1960Kendal
WDB 133/2/40Windermere and Bowness-on-WindermerePlans etc. re:
- Villas at Storrs Park, Windermere, for B. Townson. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Shop in Windermere, for J. T. Robinson. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Shop in Windermere
- The Windermere Bank, Bowness-on-Windermere, and a site on Biscay Howe for Frank Robinson
1897-1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/222Bowness-on-Windermere: BurnsideElevations for two houses; details of windows, entrance, stair, gatefoot, drive and side gate, gable brackets for T D Lingard of Burnside, Bowness.
Joinery specification for a cottage re: Burnside, Bowness for Mrs Aufrere.
1880-1892Kendal
WDB 133/2/196Windermere depot: Chestnut RoadPlans and elevations of refrigerator installation; section through building; switchgear; plans and elevations and site plan for T. Wall and Sons. undated Kendal
WDB 133/2/210Windermere: Oakburn, Princes RoadElevations of large house; detailed elevations of houses; stair and door details; sketch plans and gate detail re: Oakburn, Princes Road, Windemere.1894Kendal
WDB 133/2/140Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re. St. John's Church, Windermere1883Kendal
WDB 133G H Pattinson Limited, Builders of WindermereLedgers, wages books, account books, contract books, rent ledgers, stock book,cash books, etc. Boxes relating to properties built by G H Pattinson Limited1867-1984Kendal
WDX 760Blease Hall, Old Hutton.Photogrpahs of Blease Hall, Old Hutton, taken by R. M. Solomon, architect, Windermere.1983Kendal
WDX 1250WindermerePencil drawings of (1) View of Windermere, August 1855, and (2) On the Ambleside road from Bowness to the Lake 7 September 1855.1855Kendal
WDY 656Windermere VolunteersPhotograph thought to have been taken in 1914 on recreation ground at Windermere. John Gardner, recruiting sergeant, extreme left. He was in Coldstream Guards during Boer War, joined Royal Engineers in WW1.1914Kendal
WDEC 19The Hedley FoundationThe Hedley Foundation is a grant giving charitable foundation which supports small to medium sized charities which work with young people. Original numbered bundles of title deeds to free hold properties known as the Calgarth Estate, Windermere, vested in Mrs EL Hedley (who died on 24 Dec 1945 and whose will was proved at Newcastle on 11 Apr 1946) by her deed of ascent 16 Aug 19491689-1949Kendal
WDB 133/2/265Windermere: Queen's DriveElevations and plans for 3-bed detached house re: No. 1 Queens Drive.
Elevations and plans for 4-bed detached house re: No. 3 Queens Drive.
Site plan for 4 detached houses at Queens Drive; Windemere.
Elevations and plans for 3-bed detached house at No. 2 Queens Drive.
Site plan for 4x detached houses at Nos 1 and 2 Queens Drive.
Elevations and plans for for 4-bedroom detached house at No. 4 Queens Drive.
Detail drawing of box bay window at Queens Drive for Dr Clegg
1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/77Details not yet received undated Kendal
WQ/RDP/94Deposited Plans: Windermere Windermere District Water-Works 188929 Nov 1888Kendal
WDB 133/2/212Bowness-on-Windermere: Grove HouseSpecifications, memorandums of agreement, detail drawings for stair, door, windows, chimney, newel post, verandah, detail of vestibule screen and heating plan re: Grove House, Bowness for Mr. J T Bownass.1881-1882Kendal
WDB 133/2/200Bowness-on-Windermere: Holly Hill; Crag BrowSite plan of Holly Hill: Bowness
- Roof plan and rear elevations; small site plan; front elevation of shops; shop window; block plan for three houses; plans and elevations for three houses; plan and specification for shops re: Crag Brow
1899-1924Kendal
WDB 35/1/187Low Common, WindermereApplethwaite. Low Common farm and inclosures. With plans.
Owned by Robert Hutchinson. Freehold and part Customaryhold.
11 Aug 1879Kendal
WDB 133/2/172Sawrey:detached housePlans and elevations; site plan1905Kendal
WDB 133/2/115Hawkshead: Borwick HousePlans for building work at Borwick House, Hawkshead[1900s]Kendal
WQ/RDP/95Deposited Plans: Windermere Windermere District Water-Works, 1868.30 Nov 1868Kendal
WDB 133/2/286Bowness-on Windermere: Glebe Road, Cockshot PointGarage and workshop, elevations and plans for car showroom, motor garage and workshop. Site plan for "hangar" on waterfront re: Glebe Road Bowness. Client: Windermere Engineering Co.
Plan and elevation for boathouse re: Glebe Road Bowness for Dr Walter Whitehead.
Proposed pier and additional garaging at Cockshot Point for Windemere Engineering Co. Plan and elevation for single garage at Ferry Road Bowness.
1926-1937Kendal
WQ/AH/20Highway Diversions: Bowness and Birthwaite Road (Windermere)Diversion of highway, Bowness and Birthwaite Road, Windermere: Plan by Miles Thompson, architect and surveyor, of Kendal (scale 1 chain to 1 inch);

Consent of James Thomson, landowner, 11 August 1863 (with additional copy of plan attached);

Examination of witnesses, 21 September 1863

Certificate of 2 Justices, 21 September 1863;

Order, 23 October 1863.
1863Kendal
WQ/RDP/101Deposited Plans: WindermereWindermere Gas and Water 1928.[1927]Kendal
WDB 133/2/308Windermere: Cloverlan, Birthwaite RoadVarious detail drawings for residence in Birthwaite, mullion and door details, small site plan, plan for house, specifications and correspondence, plans and elevations of terrace for Thomas Dean.1929-1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/307Bowness-on-Windermere: Lattimers, Grove HouseVarious detail drawings for construction of house, plans and elevations of additions, alterations to house and plans and elevations for additions to residence re: Lattimers of Bowness.
Grove House, Bowness - nursery additions, 4x floor plans for two new residences for J T Bownass.
1881-1890Kendal
WDB 133/2/304Storrs Hall Hotel, Storrs Hall EstateHe Garth, Fayrer Holme Site plan, additional bathrooms, plan of 2nd floor, five elevations, cellar plan, roof plan. Architect Jos Pattinson, Gerald E. Main.
Sale particulars for building plots, plans for cottages at Storrs Hall Estate.
Storrs Estate? He Garth, Fayrer Holme - alternative plans and elevations for substantial house
1897-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/299Bowness CemeteryDetail for pulpit, plan and elevations for chapel, detail of coping stones for chapel at Bowness Cemetery.1884Kendal
WDB 133/2/282Satterthwaite ChurchDetail of nave roof of Satterthwaite Church. Detail of 2-light Gothic window, detail of entrance porch, elevations and plans of Church for alterations, details of gate furniture, details of various arches, stone work etc.1914Kendal
WDB 133/2/295Keswick: Derwent Island HousePlan of pantry extension, small window detail, plan of GF and basement, plan of 1st and 2nd floors, N and W elevations re: Derwent Island House. Amplification: blueprint.1935-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/277Windermere Police StationVarious plans and elevations for Windemere Police Station and courthouse. Client: Standing Joint Committee. Architect: Jos Pattinson.
Specification for 2 lock up shops for Joseph Cross JP
1914-1972Kendal
WDB 133/2/272Bowness-on Windermere, Craig WalkCorrespondence for alterations to house, plans of alterations to roof, garage and stable re: house in Bowness. Client: Major J. Harrison.
Plans and elevations for 3 terraced houses re: Craig Walk
1898-1929Kendal
WDB 133/2/288Windermere: Southrigg; Bowness: The PortholeElevations for alterations, stair plans, window details etc. re: Southrigg Windermere for Mrs G. Gibson.
Elevations re: The Porthole, Bowness-on Windermere.
1966-1969Kendal
WDB 133/2/280Lancaster: Higher Greave, Commercial HotelRoof plan and elevations for end of terrace house and various internal details. Client: W. Corless Esq.
Site plan for stable yard re: Commercial Hotel, Lancaster
1889-1893Kendal
WDB 133/2/259Heathwaite, Heathwaite Lodge.Weather vane, gate latch, site plan for detached house, small lean-to shelter, various coving and mullion details, stair detail re: Heathwaite for Revd. W G Bridges.1899-1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/263Bowness-on-Windermere: Beech Hill HotelRevised bedroom layout 1st floor re: Beech Hill Hotel, Newby Bridge Road, Bowness-on-Windermere.1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/257Ghyll Head water filter houseMiscellaneous detail drawings, plan of catch water ditch , large plan of Gill Head Tarn extension re: Ghyll Head water filter house for Windemere & District Gas & Water Co.1925Kendal
WDB 133/2/309EccleriggElevations of house, stair and window details, plans for conversion into 3 houses for John Dodd. Amplification: includes site plan.1956Kendal
WDB 133/2/274Ambleside: H W Herd, ChemistVarious plans, elevations, excavations and sketches re: H W Herd, Chemist shop Ambleside.1881-1884Kendal
WDB 133/2/260Storrs: EltonVarious detailed drawings,external elevation and section through stairs, 4X elevations of house and proposed garage, plans for cottage (lodge?), site plan (lake shore) re: Elton Storrs.1899-1935Kendal
WDB 133/2/292Ambleside: Wanlass Howe, Waterhead.Specifications and correspondence re: Wanlass Howe, Waterhead for client, Edward S. MacIver esq.1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/255Windermere: Beech Hill HotelVarious plans providing floor details showing mains water and drainage, heating and hot water and electrical installation. Architect: Gordon Stables.1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/250Windermere: Cloverlands, Birthwaite RoadVarious plans and elevations for house, garage and sun porch re: Cloverlands; Birthwaite Road.1929-1963Kendal
WDB 133/2/228Witchingham: Longlands RoadPlans and elevations of house, detail of stair, loft opening, metal picture rail, bookcases, bathroom re: Witchingham, Longlands Road for Mr le Neve Foster1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/239Bowness-On-Windermere: Holly Hill, Bank TerraceSale particulars, alterations and site plan for Holly Hill Bowness. Amplification: house and 4 cottages.
Detail plans for alterations to meeting room at Bank Terrace Bowness.
1899-1910Kendal
WDB 133/2/237Graythwaite: Hawkrigg FarmPlans and elevations of cowshed, elevations of farmhouse and date stone, specifications and estimate for Sandys Estate at Hawkrigg Farm, Graythwaite.1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/238Merlewood - Windermere Post Office, Troutbeck BridgePlans for conversion to maisonette for Merlewood (Windermere Post Office).
Plan of electricity relay station for NW Electricity Board, elevations and specifications for door and window in relay station at Troutbeck Bridge.
1953-1959Kendal
WDB 133/2/231Windermere: Crescent RoadSpecifications and plans and elevations of premises, gable detail, plans for conversion of cottages to stable, correspondence and estimate for scullery, elevations of 3-storey premises re: Crescent Road, Windemere.1909-1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/234Bowness Police StationPlans for alterations to Court Room, plans and elevations re: Bowness Police Station1893-1896Kendal
WDB 133/2/251Windermere: Cleabarrow, Parrock CrossVarious plans and specifications and elevations and correspondence re:Parrock Cross, Cleabarrow1934-1935Kendal
WDB 133/2/301Windermere: Beech Hill HotelCorrespondence and estimates re: Beech Hill Hotel Windemere.1968Kendal
WDB 133/2/253Bowness-on-Windermere: Storrs EstateCorrespondence and specification for new bungalow, arts of agreement for new bungalow, plans and elevations for bungalow re: Storrs Estate.1921-1923Kendal
WDB 133/2/229Troutbeck Bridge: Fells Engineering WorksSpecifications for conversion of canteen to offices, plans and elevations and site plan, plans and elevations for extension to office re: Fells Engineering Works at Troutbeck Bridge1945-1956Kendal
WDB 133/2/215Bowness: Grove HouseDetails for apex, dormer, balcony, barge board, doors, windows, verandah and porch vestibule, screen, stair, date stone re: Grove House, Bowness for J T Bownass.1883Kendal
WDB 133/2/202Windermere: St John's Church Masonry detail; chancel seats; fronts for chancel seats; detail of nave seats; detail of screen; pulpit base; cross for transcept gable; detail of north door; porch detail; section through nave; interior rearrangement; altar1884-1970Kendal
WDB 133/2/232Windermere: Droomer EstateSite plan, plans and elevations and specification for Police House re: Droomer estate Windermere.1969Kendal
WDB 133/2/199Ghyll HeadSeat in window; plans and elevations of house; plans and elevations of extension; stable detail for Mrs. Briggs1901-1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/183Bowness: George Gatey; SolicitorsPlans and windows for George Gatey Solicitors; Bowness. Architect: Jos Pattinson1904Kendal
WDB 133/2/176Sunny Lawn, Sunny Bank RoadSpecifications and correspondence; gate detail; plans and elevations of garage; site plan; small map of site; detail of door, stairs and windows.1928-1931Kendal
WDB 133/2/266LancasterSite plan, housing estate off Main Road to Scotforth1889Kendal
WDB 133/2/175Bowness:LonglandsPlans and elevations of detached house; specifications and estimates; site plan for garage; colour painting of detached house1925-1953Kendal
WDB 133/2/218A craneTender, specifications and blueprints re: a crane1935Kendal
WDB 133/2/174Claughton ManorPlans of shed; plans and elevations of tension gear; site plan; railway plan of site; grinding wheel; plans and elevations of machinery buildingundatedKendal
WDB 133/2/297Memorial stonesAssorted memorial stonesundatedKendal
WDB 133/2/254Ambleside: Wanlass HoweDetail for various alterations, verandah, cellar, entrance doors, stairs, oak panelling and small site plan re: Wanlass Howe at Ambleside.undatedKendal
WDB 133/2/168Ambleside: Fairhaven; Windermere: othersPlans etc. re. Fairhaven, Lower Gale, Ambleside. Also properties in Windermere1920Kendal
WDB 133/2/162Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England HotelPlans etc. re. building work at the Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere1965Kendal
WDB 133/2/170Ambleside: Holbeck Ghyll CottagePlans etc. re building work at Holbeck Ghyll Cottage, Ambleside1920Kendal
WDB 133/2/169Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re building work at St. John's Church, Windermere1881Kendal
WDB 133/2/160Windermere: District BankPlans etc. re. building work at District Bank, Windermere1932Kendal
WDB 133/2/158Windermere?: St. Martin's StudioPlans etc. for building work on a house called St. Martin's Studio, Windermere?, for L. Herbert, photographer1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/155Windermere: The HelmPlans etc. re building work at The Helm, Langdale Crescent, Windermere1955Kendal
WDB 133/2/152Ambleside: Midland BankPlans etc. for building work on Midland Bank, Ambleside1921Kendal
WDB 133/2/143Bowness-on-Windermere: Ferney GreenPlans etc. re. Ferney Green, Bowness-on-Windermere1888Kendal
WDB 133/2/167Mission RoomsPlans etc, re. Mission Rooms, location not specified1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/129Windermere: Post OfficePlans etc. re Post Office, Windermere.1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/127Windermere: Craig EstatePlans etc. re Craig Estate, Windermere1901Kendal
WDB 133/2/136Unspecified Sewerage Works.Plans etc. for sewerage works, location not given1885Kendal
WDB 133/2/128Windermere: Windermere Grammar SchoolPlans etc. re Windermere Grammar School, Windermere1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/122Windermere: Ferry House HotelPlans etc. re. the Ferry House Hotel, Windermere1878-1948Kendal
WDB 133/2/135Windermere: District BankPlans etc. re District Bank, High St., Windermere1932Kendal
WDB 133/2/126Windermere.Plans etc. re house at Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/123Hawkshead: Hawkshead HallPlans etc. re. Hawkshead Hall, Hawkshead[1900s]Kendal
WDB 133/2/121Coniston (?): Crown HotelPlans etc. re. the Crown Hotel, Coniston?1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/153Ambleside: Midland BankPlans etc. re. building work at the Midland Bank, Ambleside1920Kendal
WDB 133/2/120Windermere: Beech HillPlans etc., re Beech Hill, Windermere.1952Kendal
WDB 133/2/124Windermere: Queens DrivePlans etc. re. building work on Queens Drive, Windermere1899Kendal
WDB 133/2/139Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc, re St. John's Church, Windermere1929Kendal
WDB 133/2/148Burn HowePlans etc. re building work at Burn Howe, exact location unknown18th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/131Windermere: Longtail HillPlans etc. re Longtail Hill, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/117Windermere: Knotts End, AnnesdalePlans for building work at Knotts End, Annesdale, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/111Ambleside: Police StationPlans etc. re. building work on the Police Station, Ambleside19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/114Windermere: VillaPlans of villa residence at Windermere for J. T. Bownass.1882Kendal
WDB 133/2/107GaragesPlans etc re garages. Location not specified19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/99Various estates, hotels and shopsSale plans for various estates, hotels & shops19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/90Windermere: Ghyll HeadPlans etc. re. building work at Ghyll Head, Windermere1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/94Ambleside: Corsley Cottage and Gale BankPlans etc. re. building work on Corsley Cottage and Gale Bank, Ambleside19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/83Windermere: GillthwaitePlans etc. re. work at Gillthwaite, Windermere1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/138Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re St. John's Church, Windermere1883Kendal
WDB 133/2/88Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re. building work on St. John's Church, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/82MiscellaneousMiscellaneous building plansnot dated (19th-20th Cents)Kendal
WDB 133/2/84Bowness-on-Windermere: TremloPlans etc. re. building work at Tremlo, Bowness-on-Windermere1921Kendal
WDB 133/2/89Windermere: High LonglandsPlans etc. re. building work at High Longlands, Longlands Road, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/112Windermere: Lickbarrow FarmPlans for building work at Lickbarrow Farm, Windermere1899-1918Kendal
WDB 133/2/74Windermere: Craig EstatePlans etc., re. building at Craig, Craig Walk, Craig Foot, and Craig Estate, Winderemere, for J. W. Fisher, Estate Agent, Windermere Urban District Council, (B. Rigg, Esq.). Architects J. Bintley and Joseph Pattinson1895-c.1925Kendal
WDB 133/2/60Bowness-on-Windermere: Moor Crag, Storrs ParkPlans etc. re: bungalow at Moor Crag, Storrs Park, for Mrs G. V. R. Nuttall. Architect E. Donald Haigh, Lower Lowther House, Kendal1955-1956Kendal
WDB 133/2/65Windermere: Craig WalkPlans etc. re. houses and shop on Craig Walk, Windermere, for E. J. Frank and Pattinsons Ltd. Architect Joseph Pattinson.1879-1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/59Windermere- Plans etc. re:
- Warehouse between Church Stree and High Street, Windermere, for Brockbank, Braithwaite and Walton. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- House on corner of Crescent Road and Oak Street, Windermere, for J. H. Walton. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Shops, houses and offices at Windermere, for J. Brockbank. Architect Mawson & Gibson
- Land on Main Road and College Gardens, Windermere, for G. Brockbank. Architect Joseph Pattinson
1894-1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/64Bowness-on-Windermere: Craig Walk Preparatory SchoolPlans etc. re. additions to Craig Walk Preparatory School, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Pattinsons Ltd.1931-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/56Windermere: Cannon Crag Cottage- Paperwork re. dwelling house, Cannon Crag Cottage, Windermere, for Miss E. J. Tyrer, Birks Wood, Newby Bridge Road, Ghyll Head. Architect: Walker, Carter & Walker.1968-1970Kendal
WDB 133/2/43Miscellaneous Villa and Houses.Plans etc. re. various Villas and houses. For G.H.P. Architect Joseph Pattinson.1877-1927Kendal
WDB 133/2/46Winster: Birkett HousesPlans etc., re. proposed house at Birkett Houses, Winster, for M. Higgin Birkett Esq. and Myles Cave-Brown-Cave. Architect Dan Gibson.c.1898-1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/32Skelwith: Olivers Close, ClappersgatePlans etc. relating to properties at Olivers Close, Clappersgate, Skelwith. G.H.P. named once as client1911-1915Kendal
WDB 133/2/177Storrs: Elton, Storrs Haven, Windemere Gas WorksSpecification and correspondence for booster house; plans and elevations for booster house; plans and elevations of machinery; plans and elevations of boiler house; plan and foundations of boiler house; plan of booster arrangement; plans and elevations of detached house; specifications for detached house; specifications for Station Engineers Office (Windemere Gas Works)1952-1957Kendal
WDB 133/2/191Windermere: Langdale Chase HotelEast elevations of house; north elevations of house; west elevation of house; plans of GF and cellar; east and south elevations of scullery; specifications and detail drawings; small elevation of boathouse; plans and elevations of terrace; bill of quantities; site plan; plans and elevations for earlier design.1889-1890Kendal
WDB 133/2/171Craig Walk, Gossel Ridding, Biskey Howe, Craig Estate and Helm Estate, Craig Park Terrace, WindermerePlans and elevations, site plans, specification and estimates, small map and correspondence for E J Frank1900-1953Kendal
WDB 133/2/179Rydal:Fox GhyllPlans and elevations of alterations and additions; correspondence; plans and elevations of lean-to-vinery; site plan; plans of whole house; specifications for alterations and additions1939Kendal
WDB 133/2/178Burnside: BownessElevations for house; plans for house; site plan for house; gate for house1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/20Windermere: Broad StreetPlans etc. re. terraced cottages, stables and various jobs on Broad Street, for GHP. Architect: Jos. Pattinson1885-1887Kendal
WDB 133/2/79Bowness-on-Windermere: BelfieldPlans etc., re. building work at Belfield, for Mr J. Booth and N. H. French, Esq1931-1932Kendal
WDB 133/2/10Windermere, St. John's Church.- Plans etc. of St. John's Church, Windermere. including plan of nave seats, architect Joseph Pattinson, and proposed wall, architect Janet. B. Gnosspelius, Wooltonc.1884-1968Kendal
WDB 35/1/196Black Moss Farm, WindermereBlack Moss Farm. With plans.
Owned by John Edward Bolton. Freehold and part Customaryhold.
10 Sep 1902Kendal
WDB 35/1/189Town End, TroutbeckTown End House. Various pastures enclosures and a cottage. With plans.
Owned by James Braithwaite. Freehold.
13 Sep 1883Kendal
WDB 35/1/188TroutbeckTroutbeck. Low Borrans house and land. Heald's pasture land. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
30 Aug1883Kendal
WDB 35/1/193Sunnybrow House, WindermereSunnybrow House, meadows, accommodation land. Gypsywell Cottages. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold and Customaryhold.
19 Jul 1900Kendal
WDB 35/1/194Storrs Hall, WindermereStorrs Hall Hotel. China Cottage and two other cottages and building land. No plans.
Owner not named.Freehold.
14 Aug 1900Kendal
WDB 35/1/179Elleray Estate, Windermere.Elleray Estate. Mansion and building land with conditions. With plans.
Owned by Professor Wilson. Customaryhold.
27 Aug1855Kendal
WDB 35/1/192The Common, WindermereThe Common farm and "ancient dwelling house". With plans.
Owned by William Fell. Freehold.
25 Aug 1898Kendal
WDB 35/1/184WindermereOrrest Tenement Farm. Tarn Tenement Farm and closes. With plans.
Owner not named. Tenure not defined.
23 Sep 1873Kendal
WDB 35/1/181Bateman Fold, Undermillbeck, Windermere.Bateman Fold farm woods, allotments and Knipe Tarn. With plans.
Owner not named. Tenure not defined.
19 Jul 1870Kendal
WDX 28/18The Excursionist's Guide to Winandermerecirca 1870Kendal
WQ/AH/9Highway Diversions: Elleray Estate (Windermere)Stopping up of footpaths, Elleray Estate, Windermere:

Plan by Job Bintley, surveyor, (Scale 1 chain to 1 inch), 1854;

Consent of William Eastted, landowner, 2 June 1854;

Certificate of 2 Justices, 8 July 1854; Order, 20 October 1854.
1854Kendal
WDB 133/2/303Bowness-on-Windermere: Bowness Bay improvements, RayriggSketch of shelters, plan of new steamer pier, elevations of new steamer pier. New layout of Bowness Bay.
Bowness: Rayrigg OS 6" map 1900-1910. Revision of sewage arrangements.
1884-1887Kendal
WDB 133/2/293Windermere: Browhead, Hodge HoweElevations of stable block for E. Cohen Esq. at Browhead, Windermere.
- Plans and elevations for garden tea room at Browhead, Windermere. Amplification; circular plan.
- Hockey pitch for St Anne's School, Browhead , Windermere.
- Improvement to lodge re: Browhead and Hodge Howe, Windermere.
- Plan of drains at main house. Amplification: footprint only.
- Window, door and stair details at Browhead, Windermere. Amplification : residence at Windermere.
1869-1958Kendal
WDB 133/2/33Bowness-on-Windermere: Moor Crag, Gillhead, StorrsPlans etc., re. Moor Crag, Gillhead, Storrs, Bowness-on-Windermere, for James William Buckley, Singleton Brook House, Manchester. Architect C. F. A. Voysey, 6 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood. Builder and Joiner: John Edmondsonc.1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/51Hawkshead: Huyton Hill & Pullwoods, OutgatePlans etc. re:
- Cottage at Huyton Hill, Outgate, for Mrs. K. Pickavance, architect J. Wilson, Causeway End, Levens
- Alterations and conversions of flats, boat house, stables, dairy, workshop, at Huyton Hill, Outgate, for H. D. Butler, Esq., Architects, Francis Bennett Assoc., E. Donald Haigh, Kendal
- Pullwoods, Outgate, for W. J. Crossley?.
c.1903-1970Kendal
WDB 133/2/76Details not yet received undated Kendal
WQ/RDP/24Deposited Plans: Furness and Windermere Railway Furness and Windermere Railway 1845.29 Nov 1845Kendal
WDB 133/2/310Bowness-on-Windermere: Bay Villa, Windermere Park, Lake Road, The Craig, Biskey Howe.Sale particulars for Bay Villa, Bowness.
- Windermere Park - Site plan of plots on Queens Drive for client: Thos Pattinson.
- Lake Road, Bowness - plans and elevations for houses and shops for client: Thos Pattinson.
- 5 shops at Bowness - stair details for Thos Pattinson.
- Bowness - Plans and elevations for houses and shops for Thos Pattinson. Amplification: near Weslyan Chapel.
The Craig - Site plan near The Craig.
Corner of Lake Road and Biskey Howe Road, site plan for conveyance for client: J T Bownass to Charles Birkett.
- Bowness - Plans and elevations for extension to shop 3 for Thos. Pattinson. Amplification : near Weslyan Chapel.
- Biskey Howe Bowness: Plans and elevations for 4 cottages and for detached house for client: GHP?
- near Bay Villa, Bowness, plans and elevations for shops and photo studio for GHP.
1886-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/48Windermere, Kendal and Bowness-on-WindermerePlans etc., re:-
- House conversion at The Grange, Windermere
- Brook Road, Windermere, for Pattinsons Ltd
- Lane Head Houses, Windermere
- Extension to Limethwaite Road, Windermere
- Semi-detached houses for Pattinsons Limited
- Houses on Brook Road, for J. Airey, 1915
- Proposed pier at Cockshot, Bowness-on-Windermere, and garage & workshop, for Windermere Engineering Co., Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
- Additions and extensions to The Box, Storrs Park, Bowness-on-Windermere, for J. H. Lahone and Mrs. Nuttall. Architect E. Donald Haigh, Kendal
- Proposed golf course, Rayrigg Park Estate, Windermere
- Map of part of Kendal for A. S. Glover, 1933
- Coniston Hall Farm, Consiton, for Mason & Freeman
- Abbey Home, Staveley
- Gas & water mains at Low Wood Hotel. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- House on Old Hall Road, Calgarth Estate, for Pattinsons Ltd. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
- House at Storrs Park for Mr. Meadowcroft, 1936
- Houses at Dallas Corner, and Worsley, Birkett Hill for Pattisons Ltd
1914-1971Kendal
WDB 133/2/213Windermere: Waterloo House and Gardens, Bowness: Glebe Road, The LarchesPlans and elevations, bedroom plan and sketches of elevations re: Waterloo House and Gardens.
Elevations of outbuildings and barns re: Harrow Slack for H F Curwen.
Details of entrance and stair for house re: Glebe Road, Bowness and grave detail for Miss Curwen.
Small extension, site plan and elevations of house for conservatory re: The Larches for Mr. H J Bellassis.
1889-1935Kendal
WDB 133/2/291Preston: Claughton Hall, nr Brock. Claughton Old Farm. The Willows Ashton.Plan and elevations of house re: Claughton Hall nr Brock, Preston.
Sketch of bay window, pantry detail, small roof detail, contract condition, plans and elevations of house, detail of porch re: Claughton Old Farm nr Brock, Preston for J. Allen Parkinson.
Plans and elevations of house re: The Willows, Ashton, Preston.
1896-1897Kendal
WDB 133/2/273Craig Walk, Craig Estate. AmblesidePlans and elevations for 4 terraced houses, plans and elevations for pair of semi-detached houses.
Plan of building sites on Craig Estate.
Window and chimney detail for shops, window and parapet detail of shop for H W Herd.
Door and cornice detail for new shop/post office, various other detail drawings re: shop in Ambleside for client John Edmondson.
1906-1927Kendal
WDB 133/2/261Windermere Grammar School, Queens Drive; New Windemere Grammar School; Bowness: Elementary SchoolsSketch of school building re: Windermere Grammar School.
Site plan and elevations, elevations and plans for grammar school additions.
Site plan and elevations and elevations for 3 storey school re: New Windermere Grammar School.
Site plan for boys and girls schools, elevations and plans of girls elementary school, site plan of girls and boys elementary school re: Elementary Schools, Bowness.
1892-1905Kendal
WDB 133/2/248Shap various properties; Kirkby Stephen Police Station; Abbott HallShap - Plan of village, small building plot, 22 building plots, 2 building plots, map of 4 enclosures of land, small map of sites, map and 22 building plots.
Site plan for workhouse - amplification West Ward Union Workhouse
Plans and elevations of store and house for the Co-operative Society.
Various plans for building sites in Shap.
Kirkby Stephen - elevations for Police Station.
Kendal - hand sketch of map of Abbott Hall
1879-1910Kendal
WDB 133/2/221Windermere: various plansSite plan for house and garden; plans and elevations for 5 bedroom house; plans and elevations for lodge and garage; site sections; blueprints of heating and plans; details of RSJ, coving, door frames, entrance, windows, bay and logia, stair for R le Neve Foster of Windemere.1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/223Keswick Derwent IslandSpecifications for demolition of tower and alterations re: Keswick
Correspondence and specifications; plans and elevations of house for alterations (2 floors), heating plan re: property on Derwent Island for Denis Marshall Esq.
1935-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/216Bowness-on-Windermere: Institute Auction Room North Terrace, Bowness Public HallPlans and elevations for additions and reading room re: Institute Auction Room, North Terrace Bowness.
Plans and elevations and small plan re: new public hall at Bowness and clubrooms.
1899-1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/209Windermere: Helm Farm, HeathwaiteSitting room fireplace, plans and elevations of new wing, bedroom fireplace, site plan, map of Helm and Hermitage re: Helm Farm.
Bay window at cottages, detail of arch and jamb, washhouse addition re: Heathwaite.
1911-1912Kendal
WDB 133/2/287Ambleside: Salutation HotelCorrespondence file, counter detail, plans and elevations of Hotel, cellar and attic plans, stair details re: Salutation Hotel Ambleside for the Colin Croft Brewery Company1948-1950Kendal
WDB 133/2/306Satterthwaite Church2-light gothic window for nave, roof details for nave, detail of Narthex arcade, small plan of church, detail of porch, nave and vestry doors. Correspondence and specification for alterations. Architect: Walker Carter & Walker.1914Kendal
WDB 133/2/236Windermere: Main RoadSite plan, elevations, specifications, detail drawings of steel work, doors and windows for Wooleys Garage, Main Road, Windemere. Architect, Walker Carter and Walker.1920Kendal
WDB 133/2/151Windermere: Witchingham, Rayrigg EstatePlans etc. for building work at Witchingham, Longlands Road, Rayrigg Estate, Windermere1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/146Bowness-on-Windermere: BelfieldPlans etc. re. Belfield, near Ferry View, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/164Windermere: St. John's ChurchPlans etc. re building work at St. John's Church, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/133Ambleside: Midland Bank; Windermere: Wooley's GaragePlans etc. re Midland Bank, Ambleside and Wooley's Garage, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/68Bowness-on-Windermere- Plans etc. re:
- Proposed alterations to Lake View Villas, for George Holland
- Bank House Flats, Hazeldene, Bowness-on-Windermere, for J. Brockbank, and Mrs Hayton
- Two lots on the main road from Windermere to Bowness-on-Windermere
- 5 lots at Windermere Bank, Lake Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Dr. Dobson. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Alteration at Langdale View, Bowness-on-Windermere, for George Hodgson. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Lots and 3 cottages at Biskey Howe. Architect Webster & Banks
- Site plan of Bank Terrace, nd
- Plans and elevations of flat at Bowfell Cottage, for Miss Knox and Miss Brett, July 1939, architects Walker, Carter & Walker
1880-1939Kendal
WDB 133/2/54Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere and Grisedale- Plans etc. re:
- Alterations to Brantrigg, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Prof. J. Hay, M.D.. Architects Curwen & Caldwell, Kendal
- Two houses, Beresford Road, Bowness-on-Windermere
- House opposite Linthwaite Lodge, off Main Road, Windermere, for Mrs Crossland. Architects: Walker, Carter & Walker
- Office/shop extension at Hammerbank, Windermere, for Lancashire Association of Boys Clubs
- Cottage windows at Grisedale
- Bus shelter, Ellerthwaite Square, Windermere, for Windermere Urban District Council. Architect F.E.G.Gray of Windermere Urban District Council
- Specifications for conversion at Keldwith, Ambleside, October 1957
- Plans, elevations and specifications for Rothay Lodge Cottage, White Bridge, Grasmere, September 1958. Architects, Walker, Carter & Walker
- Alterations and designs for the Assembly Rooms, Windermere, for the Windermere Rooms Co. Ltd.March 1931 and February 1939. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
- Site map of Annisgarth School, Windermere. August 1955
1923-1971Kendal
WDB 133/2/72Windermere: Heathwaite and Oak Bank; Bowness-on-Windermere: Riflemans Arms- Plans etc. re:
- Properties at Heathwaite, Windermere, for Miss Cox and Mr. R. Elleray. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- (no.14?) Oak Bank, Windermere, for Miss Holmes
- The Riflemans Arms, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
1904-1907Kendal
WDB 133/2/29Hawkshead: Outgate and Colt House, Croft Foot.- Plans etc., re following properties at Hawkshead
- Property at Outgate for Hodgson
- Cottage at Outgate for J. F. Haslam, Esq.. Architect A. N. W. Hodgson
- Croft Foot, Colt House, for A. Morton Ltd. Architect F. H. Walker
1935-1952Kendal
WDB 133/2/24Windermere: Beresford Road- Plans etc., re following properties on Beresford Road, Windermere:-
- G. H. Pattinson's shop, for G. H. P.. Architect: Jos. Pattinson
- Hewertson's Shop and Hewertson's Motor Works
- Workshop, Craig Estate
- Gas showroom and garage washhouse, store and WC at Gas and Water manager's house
1903-1934Kendal
WDB 133/2/6Windermere: Heathwaite; Lickbarrow; Thornton Road; Mawson's Corner; Victoria RoadPlans etc, re the following properties in Windermere:-
- Shop and Estate at Heathwaite Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Site at Heathwaite, for R. F. Barrow. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Proposed raod from Thornbarrow Road to St. John's Vicarage, for G. H. Pattinson and J. Braithwaite
- Sketch plan of levels at Little Lickbarrow. undated
- Site plan, corner of Thornton Road, for G. H. Pattinson & J. Braithwaite. nd
- Sketch of site, Mawson's Corner. undated
- Sketch of site, building plot adjoining Mawson's Cottages. undated
- Levels, Victoria Road, undated
- Plan of land, Heaththwaite (House?), for R. J. Burrow, undated
c.1892-1897Kendal
WDB 35/1/178Elleray Estate, Windermere.Elleray Estate. Plan only.1849Kendal
WDX 515/2/6/36Brockhole, Windermere by J D Bradshaw Typescript of project for the Open University. Jean Simpson is noted in acknowledgments.[1980]Kendal
WDX 515/2/6/35The History of the Parish of St Herbert, Windermere by Eleanor DavidsonEleanor Davidson - pseudonym of Jean Simpson (noted in acknowledgements).1983Kendal
WDB 35/1/195WindermereLake View Villas four semi-detached houses. Castleview House at Biskey Howe Terrace. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
18 Apr 1901Kendal
WDB 35/1/185Ecclerigg Estate, Windermere.Ecclerigg Estate. Mansion and land near Low Wood Hotel. Middleriggs Close. Holbeck Close. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
1875-1877Kendal
WDB 133/2/13Milnthorpe: Cottage Homes; Windermere Crescent Road.- Plans etc., re:-
- Cottage Homes, Milnthorpe, (possibly a nursing home?)
- Proposed shop, Crescent Road, Windermere, for Mr. Latham
c.1893-1894Kendal
WDB 133/2/3Bowness-on-Windermere: Burnside; Greenodd: Thurstonville; unknown property.- Plans etc re:
- Burnside, Kendal Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, 1938
- Thurstonvill, Greenodd, for George Outhwaite. 1938. Architect: Walker, Carter & Walker
- An Esse cooker. 1937
1937-1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/8Windermere: Knotts Farm, Browhead and Hodge HowPlans etc, re the follwing at Windermere:-
- Proposed new farm buildings at Knotts Farm, Knotts, Browhead, for Edward Cohen Esq., nd
- Knott End?
- Hodge How
- Bungalow and small jobs at Hodge How Cottages
- Bungalow, water tank and lodge, double bungalows and The Lodge at Hodge How Wood, for A. H. E. Wood. Architect: Fryers & Penman, Glentana, Aboyne
- Proposed greenhouse, Browhead, for Mr. Wood
- Entrance lodge & stables, list of faults, Browhead, for Edward Cohen Esq
c.1905-1906Kendal
WDB 133/2/23Levens: Green Gate, Beathwaite Green- Plans etc. re. extension to house and various cottages at Green Gate, Beathwaite Green, Levens, for W. Ellison, 19301930Kendal
WDB 135/1/234Windermere: Ridding Bay EstateRidding Bay Estate, Windermere near Lake Side, comprising residence called "Ridding Bay", with stables, coach house, boat house, lodge, grounds and land; also a freehold bungalow ( occupied as two cottages); and freehold land.

Tenants: George Ridding, Henry Churchman, Henry Barker, Mrs. Warwick,

Owners/stakeholders: John Coward, Thomas Machell

With plan.

Freehold tenure.
1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/37Bowness-on-Windermere: Hotels- Plans etc. re:
- The Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere
- The Ullswater Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architect: A. N. W. Hodgson
- The Royal Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Roger Bownass. Architect: A. N. W. Hodgson
1935-1966Kendal
WDB 133/2/197Windermere: Ferry Hotel Bowness-On-Windemere: LonglandsSale particulars, estimate for work re: Ferry Hotel including map of ferry.
Plan of alterations, plans and elevations of boathouse of the Ferry Hotel: Clients: Freshwater Biological Assoc. Longlands: Bowness; Plans and elevations of house and specifications for house.
1937-1951Kendal
WDB 133/2/52Troutbeck Bridge and WindermerePlans etc. re:
- Camping buildings at Troutbeck Bridge, for Windermere Branch of TOC-H. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
- Alterations and new shop front, for T. Dockray. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
- Temporary hut and conversion of old courtroom and cells, on Craig Walk, between Main Road and Crescent Road, Windermere, for Jim Titterington.
1928-1929Kendal
WDB 133/2/58Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere- Plans etc. re:
- Shops on Crescent Road, Windermere, for Joseph Clark. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Studio for Mr. Dawes at Crag Brow, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- House and shop fronts at Crag Brow, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Mr John Holland. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Lodge house at Cleator Lodge, Windermere, for Miss Holme
- Shops on Birch Street, Windermere. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- House in Windermere for Mrs G. H. Pattinson
- Yew Barrow, Windermere
1896-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/71Windermere: Storrs Lodge and Braithwaite Fold- Plans etc. re:
- Properties at Storrs, Windermere, for Mr. Dobson. Names given Wm. Holmes, John Edmondson, Thos. Russell. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Braithwaite Fold, for Mrs Dobson and Dr. Dobson, Garnett & Son, Chester. Architect Joseph Pattinson
- Cottage/lodge at Braithwaite Fold, for Mrs Johnson
1898-1925Kendal
WDB 133/2/188Storrs: site beside Cannon CragSite plan; plans and elevations; plan of house; elevations of house; detail of corner bay1905-1908Kendal
WDB 133/2/190High BorransElevations for garage and powerhouse; plans for garage and powerhouse; blueprints of generator set; small dam to runner behind garage; fireplace for room over garage; detail of garage doors; specifications; map and site plan.1923Kendal
WDB 133/2/185Windemere: Beech Hill HotelSurvey plan; electrical installation; cold water installation and drainage; hot water installation; heating layout; GF plan; details of reception area; details of entrance canopy1966-1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/214Bowness-on-Windermere: Lakeside Hotel, Lakeside Park Estate, Bowness: Hydropathic HotelPlan for sewerage re: Lakeside Hotel.
Site plan re: Lakeside Park Estate.
Alterations re: Hydropathic Hotel, Bowness.
1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/181Windemere: depot Chestnut RoadPlans and elevations; Plans and elevations of refrigerator installation; section through building1959Kendal
WDB 133/2/195Windermere Booking OfficeSite plan, specifications and correspondence. Amplification - single storey timber building for Ribble Motors1958Kendal
WDB 133/2/182Windemere: Sheffield HouseSpecifications for new Lending Library for W.H. Smith at Sheffield House, Crescent Road, Windemere Plans and elevations of "lantern" window in roof.1931-1952Kendal
WDB 133/2/249Windermere: Orrest Head HouseCorrespondence and estimates for alterations, plan of house - amplification: blue print.1930-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/208Bowness-on-Winderemre: Burnside, AttachbagPlans and elevations for 4-bed detached house and detail of bay construction re: Burnside.
Alterations to house, washhouse and kitchen for T.D Lingard re: Attachbag, Bowness.
1894-1900Kendal
WDB 133/2/203Bowness-on-Windermere: Craig Walk Preparatory SchoolClassroom extension for prep. school; sketch plan for prep. school; GF plan of prep. school re: Craig Walk Preparatory School, Bowness-On-Windermere. Plan for 13 terraced houses re: Craig Estate1900-1940Kendal
WDB 133/2/224Windermere: Rayrigg Ground, Birthwaite RoadSpecifications for extension to house, plans and elevations for extension to house, roof plan and elevation section, bundle of superseded plans and elevations, patio layout, site plan re: Rayrigg Ground, Birthwaite Road. Amplification: corner of Beemire. Client: J D Morgan.1941-1988Kendal
WDB 133/2/211Grizedale Valley; Braesteds Farm CottagePlans (11 drawings) and specifications for alterations re: Braesteds Farm Cottage, Grizedale Valley for Matson Ground Estate Co.1953Kendal
WDB 133/2/227Bowness on Windermere: St Martin's ChurchCopings for vestry, elevations of vestry, details for vestry door, buttress roof re: St Martins Church Bowness1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/220Thornbarrow Meadow, Troutbeck BridgePlans and elevations for pair of SD houses re: Thornbarrow Meadow.
Site plan, 4 blocks and porch detail re: Troutbeck Bridge.
1893-1896Kendal
WDB 133/2/225Blakeholme WraySouth elevation, specification for work, plans and elevation of ground floor, west elevation, plan of 1st floor, plan of terrace, elevations of maids extension re: Blakeholm Wray1936-1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/243Ferry NabPlans and elevations for additions to house, plans and elevations and specification for small bungalow re: Ferry Nab.1909-1915Kendal
WDB 133/2/219Burneside Village, WaterheadSite plan, plans and elevations for memorial cottages and site plan behind the Croppers pub for Croppers in Burneside Village.
Plans and elevations for studio at Waterhead. Amplification: barn conversion.
1917-1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/240Bowness-on-Windermere: StoneleighSpecifications for house, plans and elevations for 4 bedroom bungalow, leaflet for leaded lights for Mrs Tannahill re: Stoneleigh, Bowness. Amplification: house at Burnside.1938Kendal
WDB 133/2/241Bowness: Beresford Road, Troutbeck BridgePlans and elevations for pair of semi-detached houses, site plan for pair of semi-detached houses, plans and elevations for different pair of semi-detached houses, detail of gate, sewer plan, bay window, re: Beresford Road, Bowness near builders yard. Client: Geo H Pattinson.
Correspondence with Electricity Co. re: Troutbeck Bridge
1912-1913Kendal
WDB 133/2/256Ambleside: St Mary's ChurchSandstone detail for 2 light windows, letter and photographs of failure test on section of wall, plans and elevations of alterations to vestry re: St Mary's Church Ambleside.1952-1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/258Oldfield Estate, Heathwaite.Small site plan, 2 plots and bill of quantities for housing scheme re: Park Road, Oldfield Estate.
Plans and elevations of proposed additions for Oldfield Cottage.
Plans and elevations for 2 semi detached houses re: Heathwaite.
Sections through cottages and plans and elevations of two cottages re:Heathwaite.
Small plans and elevations of alterations to May Cottage Park Road, Heathwaite.
1900-1949Kendal
WDB 133/2/267Lancaster: Higher GreavesElevations and plans for two large terraced houses and plans for 3 large terraced houses. Sectioned elevations for 2 large terraced houses re: Higher Greaves, Lancaster. Client: Messrs.Wolfenden & Co.1889Kendal
WDB 133/2/271Goodly Dale, Rayrigg Park EstateElevations and plans for row of Memorial Cottage Homes at Goodly Dale.
Plans of 3 bed detached house re: Cherry Tree, Cornbirthwaite Road? Windemere.
Map of Rayrigg Park Estate.
Site plan for suggested Civic Centre at Goodly Dale for Windemere UDC.
1929Kendal
WDB 133/2/300Bowness: Rayrigg wood, Cockshott, new sewage plant.Site plan of land for sewage purification re: Rayrigg wood.
Plan of new sewage tanks, plan and elevation of new sewage plant, large map (25"?) of site for sewage plant at Windemere. Amplification: west of Forwood's boathouse.
ndKendal
WDB 133/2/298Bowness CemeteryPlan of new cemetery on Glebe land, levels for cemetery extension, plan of cemetery extension, drawing of metal turnstile gate to cemetery, plan of lairs, drawing of double gates, conditions for drains. Re: Bowness Cemetery. Extension to be built east of the chapel.1854-1884Kendal
WDB 133/2/294Storrs: Beaufell, Storrs Holme, Storrs HouseCorrespondence on wet dock re: Storrs House for A P Aspland.
- Outline plan of drains, bill of quantities for new residence, detail of dining room bay, attic plan and E. elevation, sash window details, roof plan and elevations, window details re: Beaufell, Storrs for client A.P. Aspland.
- Sections of house, plans and elevations of residence re: Storrs Holme.
1895-1897Kendal
WDB 133/2/205Bowness-on-Windermere: Mylne Garth, Bowness Cemetery Lake Road, The HelmPlans for conversion into dwelling re: Mylne Garth for Mr. Burrows of New Road.
Plans and elevations for extension to dispensary for Dr. Dobson.
Plans for Memorial stone for Dr. Newman to daughter Edith Mary.
Plans for altar gravestone for Bowness cemetery.
Plans and elevations for house on Lake Road required by Mrs Burrows.
Plans and elevations for lodge and pencil sketch of elevations re: The Helm for Revd. J M Moss.
1876-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/1Bowness-on-Windermere: Belfield Spinnery & Belfield.- Plans etc re.:-
- Alterations to Belfield Spinnery, for Miss Garnett. 1931
- Building work at Belfield for H. Allen, Esq.. 1910
- Sale brochure for Belfield, for Mrs Mabel Allen. 1930
1910-1931Kendal
WDB 35/1/198Elleray, WindermereElleray House with cottage, stables, woods and land. With plans, photographs and Enclosure: letter, 1909.
Owner not named. Freehold.
26 Apr 1909Kendal
WDB 133/2/96Bowness-on-Windermere: Helm Road and Hydro EstatePlans etc. re. building work at Helm Road and Hydro Estate, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/27Windermere: CinemaPlans etc. for Cinema at Windermere for The Windermere Rooms Co.. Architects: Walter MacFarlane, Saracen Foundry, Glasgow, and Walker, Carter & Walker, Windermere1938-1939Kendal
WDB 35/1/200Troutbeck (Windermere)Troutbeck/Windermere Longmire Farm. Cottages at Butt Hall. With plans.
Owned by late M. Brownrigg-Pattinson. Freehold and part customaryhold.

Nether Staveley Hagg End Estate. With plans.
Owned by M. Brownrigg-Pattinson. Freehold and customaryhold.
18 Sep 1914Kendal
WDB 35/1/199Troutbeck and Bowness, WindermereAlbert Hotel, Queen's Square and two cottages, two shops in Cragg Brow, Bowness. The Mortal Man hotel, Troutbeck. No plans?
Owner not named. Customaryhold - part freehold from 1890.
1912Kendal
WDB 133/2/116Bowness-on-Windermere: Meadow Croft, Ferney Green & miscellaneous.Plans for building work at Meadow Croft and Ferney Green, Bowness-on-Windermere, and other miscellaneous properties.19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 35/1/244Grasmere, Ambleside, Windermere, Troutbeck and Hawkshead (Lancashire)Ambleside Unnamed buildings, part of Elterwater and Grasmere Village.
Owner: unknown; tenure: unknown.

Grasmere Elterwater, Low Park Estate, Underhelm Estate, Undelancrigg Estate, named meadow lands and inclosures, buildings at Skelwith Bridge, Kilbrow, Ambleside and Longmire Yeat Troutbeck. With plans.
Part freehold. Owner not named.

Troutbeck, Windermere Low Park Estate, at Longmire Yeat, Troutbeck. With plans.
Owner not named. Tenure not defined.

Hawkshead, Lancashire Elterwater, Low Park.
1866Kendal
WDB 133/2/78Details not yet received undated Kendal
WDB 133/2/264Windermere: Beech Hill HotelVarious plans for internal alterations; amplification roof, bar, staircase, porch etc. re: Beech Hill Hotel.1967Kendal
WDB 133/2/31Bowness-on-Windermere: Sunny Bank and Ferry Nab; Windermere: Matsons.Plans etc., re:-
- Campbell's house on Sunny Bank Parade and shop at foot of Crag Brow, and store room for boats at Ferry Nab, Bowness-on-Windermere, for John Campbell, architect Jos. Pattinson
- Matsons, Windermere
1892-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/41Ambleside: Gale Howe; Windermere: End HowePlans etc., re:
- Gale Howe, Ambleside, for Mr. & Mrs. J. B. Potter, and G. H. P. Architect E. Donald Haigh, surveyor: L. Burbidge.
- Garage conversion at End Howe, The Helm, Windermere, for Miss E. M. Pritchard
1961-1966Kendal
WDB 133/2/44Windermere and Cockermouth- Plans for shelves at Court Buildings, Cockermouth for Thomas Rook, Fish Hatchery, Troutbeck Bridge. 1927
- Plans, elevations, site plan, correspondence re. conversion of house to shop on Crescent Road, Windermere, for H Kellet
- Plans and elevations for 2 semi-detached houses on Park Road, Windermere (oposite Thornton Terrace). Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Plans and elevations for alterations to May Cottage, Park Road, Windermere. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Text for a plaque to memory of Nancy Palmer, wife of John Palmer
1901-1936Kendal
WDB 133/2/7Bowness-on-Windermere: Ferry Nab, Cockshot Point, Parsonage Wyke, Glebe; Windermere: Rayrigg.- Plans etc, re:
- Ferry Nab, Bowness-on-Windermere, showing Borwick's Sheds & jetties
- Cockshot Point to Parsonage Wyke, Bowness on Windermere
- Glebe Farm Estate, and propsed new road, Glebe Farm, Glebe, Bowness-on-Windermere
- New sewer, Rayrigg Estate, Windermere, showing The Abbey and Birthwaite Golf Links and Amwell House. For Mrs Roe
- Wet dock for 3 boats at Cockshot Point, Bowness-on-Windermere, for Pattinsons
c.1915-1928Kendal
WDB 133/2/30Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England Hotel- Plans etc., re. motor garage, foundations, steel work, mens' room and petrol tanks at Old England Hotel, Bowness, for Roger Bownass. Architect A. N. W. Hodgson and Glasgow Steel Roofing Company1923-1924Kendal
WDB 133/2/11Windermere: St. John's Church- Plans etc., of St. John's Church, Windermere. Architect J. Pattinson/Joseph Pattinsonc.1881-1882Kendal
WDB 133/2/16Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England Hotel.- Plans etc., re. Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere. Architects: D. G. Millet, Trust Houses Ltd., Shorts Gardens, WC2; J. Hopwood; James Gibbons, Wolverhampton.1946-1958Kendal
WDB 133/2/22Hawkshead: High Wray- Plans etc., re:-
- Greenhouse, toilet extension & cottages at Oak Hill, High Wray, for John F. Knott esq., 1902. Architect: Jos. Pattinson
1901-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/18Bowness-on-Windermere: Old England HotelPlans etc. re. various work at the Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere.1965Kendal
WDB 133/2/62Windermere: Langdale Chase; Bowness-on-Windermere- Plans etc., re:
- The Lodge, Low Wood, and lodge, residence and stables at Langdale Chase, Windermere, for Mrs Howarth. Architects: Joseph Pattinson and Ball & Elee, Manchester
- Shops at Bowness-on-Windermere (?).
1889-1930Kendal
WDB 133/2/80Windermere: Broad Street and Woodland Road- Plans etc., re. houses and laundry on Broad Street and Woodland Road, Windermere, including plan from R. M. Somervell to Miss Mary Ward, for Mr. James Stalker, and Miss Ward, architects Jos. Pattinson and W. Fleming & Son1892-1902Kendal
WDB 133/2/86Bowness-on-Windermere: LonglandsPlans etc. re. building work at Longlands, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/92Bowness-on-Windermere: Dick Intake, Storrs ParkPlans of building work at Dick Intake, Storrs Park, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/85Voysey Letters19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/98Windermere: Hill Crest, Ghyll Head, Tower WoodPlans for building work at Hill Crest, Ghyll Head and Tower Wood, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/104Ambleside:Calgarth Park Estate; Windermere Old Hall RoadPlans for building work at Calgarth Park Estate, Ambleside and Old Hall Road, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/144Windermere: Rayrigg EstatePlans etc. re. Rayrigg Estate, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/125Windermere: Storrs and Dick IntakePlans etc., re. Storrs and Dick Intake, Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/142Bowness-on-Windermere: LonglandsPlans etc. re. Longlands, Bowness-on-Windermere19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/173Oliver's Close, Clappersgate Hullet syke, Clappersgate Brathay Fell EstateSite plan for water scheme; plans and elevations; stair plans;site map; gate detail; garden plan1906?Kendal
WDB 133/2/150Windermere: High Street, Victoria StreetPlans etc. of building work on High Street and Victoria Street, Windermere, for the Lancashire Association of Collieries19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/157Windermere: Witchingham, Rayrigg EstatePlans etc. re building work at Witchingham, Longlands Road, Rayrigg Estate, Windermere1937Kendal
WDB 133/2/192Troutbeck: CringlemireGate details; plan for alterations to house; plan of house and garden; plans and elevations of house; plan of garage; plan for bungalow; plan of terrace1893-1964Kendal
WDB 133/2/193Bowness-on-Windemere: Chestnut Tree Cafe Crag BrowPlans and specifications; site plan; for Chestnut Tree Cafe, Bowness. Plan of 3 floor building and site plan;13 photographs; plans and elevations of yard and toilets; front and back elevations; correspondence for Crag Brow; Bowness1947-1959Kendal
WDB 133/2/194Windermere: Birkett's Chemist Shop, Bowness: Waterside Cottage Storrs: Canon CragDetail drawings of chimney and stairs, shop front and elevations for Birkett's Chemist shop. Elevations for grocers shop. Single storey building for W. Martin. Alterations to back at store. Additions to Waterside Cottage, Bowness. Boat house for Canon Crag: Storrs1891-1909Kendal
WDB 133/2/198Lindeth: The Oaks Lodge at Lindeth. Oaks Lodge, Lindeth House, LyndhoweSketch maps; detail of stairs window; plans and elevations for billiard room re: The Oaks, Lindeth.
- Plans and elevations re: Oaks Lodge Lindeth
- Plans and elevations of house near The Oaks Lindeth.
- Plans and elevations re: Lyndhowe at Lindeth House at Lindeth
- Map re: Linthwaite
- Map re: Ling Howe
- Verandah detail re: Lindeth
1895-1898Kendal
WDB 133/2/204Bowness-on-Winderemere: Bowness Endowed School (girls)Plans and elevations of additions; miscellaneous railings and arches; details for cupboard panelling and doors and newel posts; roof trusses; detail of window and masonery; small plan of entrance re: Bowness Endowed School for girls.
Correspondence from to Revd. EP Stock Education Dept.
Architect: Jos Pattinson
1891?Kendal
WDB 133/2/206Bowness-on-Windermere: Lake Road; Queen's Drive: Langrigge Hydropathic Hotel. Windemere: Hazel StreetDetail of decor on bay and porch; sectioned elevations, 3 floors and cellar re: Lake Road/Queen's Drive Bowness. Amplification: 2xSD houses.
Plans for pair of detached 3-bed houses; plans and elevations for 2 blocks of SD houses and small site map re: Langrigge, Bowness.
Plans and elevations for conversion of joiners shop to SD cottages re: Hazel Street, Windemere.
Large Plan of Hydropathic Hotel Bowness. Architect: J W Anderson, Blackpool
1880-1946Kendal
WDB 133/2/207Bowness-on-Windermere: various plans for cottages and shops, Windemere Booking Office, Lake RoadPlans and elevations of pair of SD cottages and shop front and verandah re: Bowness for T D Hayton. Amplification: very elegant.
Elevations for alterations to house (4 floors) re: Windemere Booking Office.
Sketches for bakehouse re: Bowness?
Alterations to shop and plans on four floors; plans and elevations for cottages; plans and elevations for pair of SD cottages; detail of front doors for 2 cottages re: Lake Road. Architect Jos Pattinson.
Plans for alterations to workshop for T D Hayton.
1896-1904Kendal
WDB 133/2/230Ambleside: Rothay Holme, Kelsick Grammar School, Wraysholme, Millans Park Road, Loughrigg Avenue, Ambleside C of E Infants School, Ambleside temporary Post OfficeElevations and roof plan, roof and attic plan re: Rothay Holme Ambleside for LUDC.
Plans re: Kelsick Grammar School Ambleside for Westmorland CC.
Correspondence and specifications for conversion to dwellings, plan and site plan, re: Wraysholme, Millans Park Road Ambleside for Revd. C E Moore. Specifications for house and garage, plans and elevations for house and garage re: Loughrigg Ave Ambleside for Frank Boland.
Plans and elevations for lavatory including site plan re: Ambleside C of E Infants School
Specifications and plans re: Ambleside temporary Post Office.
Tender and specifications for 3 storey house re: Fisherbeck Ambleside.
Plans and elevations re: Willowsmere, Esplanade Ambleside.
Plans and elevations for bungalow and letters and specifications for bungalow re: Thornbarrow Road, Windemere.
Specifications for conversion to two dwellings re: Low Borrans
Aluminium windows re:Low Borrans.
1909-1963Kendal
WDB 133/2/242Belmont, Steele House, Reullura. Bowness: Lake Road, Windemere: Woodland Road, Lakeside, Bowness: Rayrigg Road, Bowness:near Ferney Green, Kendal RoadDetail of latch for 2-way gate, gate detail for carriage drive, pair of gates, plans and elevations for end of terrace house re: Belmont.
Porch at Steele House.
Pantry alterations re: Reullura.
Plans and elevations of shop and detail of steel work (for shop?) re: Lake Road Bowness.
Plans and elevations of bungalow, revised site plan for bungalow re: Woodland Road Windemere.
Plan of bungalow re: Lakeside.
Plan of cottages re: Rayrigg Road Bowness.
Plans and elevations and site plan for small house near Ferney Green Kendal Road, Bowness.
Plans and elevations for 5-bed house at No 2 Longtail Hill, Bowness.
1880-1898Kendal
WDB 133/2/245Ambleside: Waterhead, Waterhead Estate, Wansfell, Willowsmere, Esplanade, Heatherley House, Waterhead Pier, Waterhead RangeMemorial drawings and inscriptions re: Waterhead.
Waterhead Estate - Sale particulars, map of lots around head of lake, map of building plots at Waterhead, 2nd and 3rd floor plans for house at Waterhead. Plans and elevations for large house at Waterhead - amplification 4 floors and a cellar.
"Wansfell" Ambleside, elevations for conversion of Wansfell to convalescent home; client RAF Association.
Willowsmere, Esplanade, Ambleside - Plans and elevations for 4 floors.
Heatherley House, Esplanade, Ambleside - plans four floors and cellar.
Waterhead Pier - book stall plan for WH Smith.
Waterhead Range - plans and elevations for bathroom extension.
1898-1957Kendal
WDB 133/2/4Windermere: Heathwaite; Oakthwaite Road; Oakthwaite; Thornton Terrace; Limethwaite Road;Park Road; Park Avenue.- Plans etc re:-
- Cottages at Heathwaite for G. H Pattinson. Builder: G H. Pattinson
- Cottages, Oakthwaite Road, for G. H. Pattinson. Builder: G. H. Pattinson
- 36 Oakthwaite for G. H. Pattinson. Architect: Haigh, Kendal. Builder: G H Pattinson
- Houses and cottages off Limethwaite Road. For G H Pattinson. Builder: G H Pattinson
- Cottages, Thornton Terrace. For G H Pattinson. Builder: G H Pattinson
- Houses on Park Road and Park Avenue. For G H Pattinson. Builder: G H Pattinson
1897-1911Kendal
WDB 133/2/5Windermere: Heathwaite, Thornton Terrace, Park Road, Park Ave, Linethwaite Road, Thornthwaite, Lane Heads, Hazel Bank, Queens Park.- Plans etc, re following properties in Windermere:-
- Cottages and houses at Heathwaite (some on corner of Thornton Terrace) and including Ellerays Cottages, for G. H. Pattinson
- Houses on Park Road for G. H. Pattinson, including site plans of building estate and Mawson Houses. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Houses on Park Avenue. For G H Pattinson
- Mission, Limethwaite Road
- Limethwaite and Thornthwaite
- Lane Heads
- Hazel Bank. For the late Mrs Longmire
- Site plan, Park Road. For Mr R Elleray
- Site plan for 4 houses and 2 shops, Thornton Terrace.
- Site plan of 2 pairs of houses, overlooking Queens Park
1893-1912Kendal
WDB 133/2/15Windermere: Brook Road, Holly Road, Woodlands Road, South Crescent, West Crescent, Princes Road; Hawkshead: Sawrey.- Plans etc. re:-
- Houses on Brook Road, Windermere for Mr F. R. Hargreaves, G. H. P. and Messrs Hargreaves & Pattinson, Mr. Airey, R. G. Pattinson. Architects name where given S. Cooper Pattinson
- Detached house, Brook Road, for G. H. P.. nd. (Note: on waxed paper, torn)
- Unspecified property. undated
- House no.5 on proposed new road South Crescent, Rayrigg Estate, Windermere, for Messrs. Pattinson. Architects: Walker, Carter & Walker
- Holly Road and Woodland Road, Windermere, including proposed stables, for J. A. Pattinson. Architect where named is Jos. Pattinson
- House larder and Coals house, West Crescent, Windermere, for R. C. Sharp
- Houses on Princes Road, Windermere, for G. H. P.. Architect Jos. Pattinson. (Note, waxed paper. Fragile)
- Proposed store, Sowler's Tower, Sawrey, Hawkshead, for G. H. P.. Architects Walker, Carter & Walker
c.1896-1956Kendal
WDB 133/2/69Details not yet receivedKendal
WDB 133/2/187Storrs: Cannon CragElevations of house; plan of gateway; details of cornices, ceilings, arches, stairs, doors, spout irons, leaded window.1904Kendal
WDLHLeonard HaytonSolicitors' papers; firm's records, deeds, client's papers etc. Includes records of H W Dobson, solicitor and T O and J K Jackson, solicitors. Unsorted.
Located: h/41/28/2 and h/41/29/1-6,8,13,15-16
19th-20th CenturyKendal
WDB 35/1/182Borrans Estate, Troutbeck and Applethwaite, WIndermere.The Howe - Mansion. Part of Borrans Estate for building and other building land, Borrans Farm, Longmire Farm with inclosures, Thickholme Bobbin and Sawmills with inclosures and woods. Limefitt Stock Farm. Long Greenhead Farm land, inclosures and cottages. With plans.
Owned by late Admiral John Wilson. Freehold.
31 Aug 1871Kendal
WDB 35/1/48Ambleside, Grasmere, Langdales, WindermereBridge Holme, Bird House, Royal Oak Inn, cottage.
Owner: unknown; tenure: unknown.

Stool End House, Middle Fell Place, Blea Tarn, Royal Oak Inn, cottages and barns inclosures and allotments. With plans.
Owner not known; tenure not known

Langdales Stool End Estate farm house, land and stock. Middle Fell Place, house, buildings and land. Blea Tarn with house buildings land and lake. Bird House inclosure and meadow. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.

Windermere Several cottages and barns adjacent, Honey Pot Allotment. Bishop's Plantation allotment and another in Applethwaite. With plans.
Owner not named. Part customaryhold. Part Freehold.
24 Aug 1875Kendal
WDB 133/2/26Skelwith: Huyton Hill, Pullwoods, Brathay- Plans etc., re:
- Huyton Hill, Pullwoods, Brathay, for W J Crossley, Esq., and A M Sing, Esq.. Architects named: G. F. Armitage, Stamford, Altrincham and Dan Gibson, Windermere. Includes building contract between W J Crossley and G. H. Pattinson.
- Insurance policy, London Assurance, between GH Pattinson of Elim Grove and WJ Crossley of Glenfield, Altrincham.
1902-1903Kendal
WDB 133/2/106Windermere: Storrs ParkPlans etc. re. building work at Storrs Park, Windermere including house for Lady Riddell [now known as Storrs Hill]19th century-20th centuryKendal
WDB 133/2/14Windermere: Cannon Crag and Storrs- Plans etc. re:-
- Proposed wash-house at Canon Crag, Storrs, for Mr. A. Stephenson. Architect: Geo. Pattinson
- Cannon Crag, Storrs. nd
- House at Storrs, 1903. Architects: Jos. Pattinson and Scott Pattinson
- Potting shed & greenhouse at house at Storrs. Architect: Jos. Pattinson
- House and land at Storrs
c.1884-1909Kendal
WQ/AH/38Highway Diversions: Highway (Windermere to Bowness)Diversion of highway, Windermere to Bowness:

Certificate of 2 Justices on completion, 21 August 1884;

Accompanying letter from Moser and Sons, solicitors, 27 August 1884;

Certificate of surveyor of Applethwaite on completion, 13 March 1886;
1884-1886Kendal
WDB 133/2/81Bowness-on-Windermere: Beech Hill HotelPlans etc., re. building work at the Beech Hill Hotel, Newby Bridge Road, Bowness-on-Windermereundated (19th century-20th Century)Kendal
WDB 133/2/12Windermere: Langdale Chase HotelPlans etc. re The Langdale Chase Hotel, for Mrs. Dalzell. Architects given names are Bannatyne Lewis, 17 Chepstow Crescent, London; Walker, Carter & Walker; Malcom G. Shaw, 45 Highgate, Kendal1930-1935Kendal
WDB 133/2/45Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere and Hawkshead- Site plan of 5 lots at Bowness-on-Windermere, near Bowness School. nd
- Plans & elevations for a drill hall at Windermere, nd, Architect W. L. Mason
- Details for floors at Linthwaite (Keswick or Kendal). For G. H. P..nd
- Proposed 3 bedroom detached cottage called Rayrigg Meadow Cottage, Miller Ground, Bowness/Windermere
- Note from Windermere Urban District Council to GHP
- Property in Hawkshead area. Architect: Raymond Jay
- Belsfield Hotel. Architect: James A Roberts, Rotunda, Birmingham
- Meter and Recorder House for Dubbs Reservoir
- Urinal in Pavillion at Queens Park, Windermere. Architect: F Carlisle, Needham
- Detached house at Cunsey. For Mrs Gill. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Conversion of office workshop into dwelling on New Road, Windermere. For Stanley Davies. Architect: Donald Haigh, Kendal
- Cottage on the Oldfield Estate, Windermere. Architect: W L Mason
- Bungalow situated on the junction with Newby Bridge Road, Storrs Park, Bowness. For John Whitehead. Architect: R Dobson
1855-1975Kendal
WDX 2004Papers, notes and photographs: Windermere Sunderland Flying Boats, 1941-1945Collected and collated by Mr Stan O'Connor. Includes reminiscences of Stan O'Connor who worked at the flying boat factory at White Cross Bay, Windermere, 1941-1944; interview with Frederick 'Jim' Frearson, c1985; aircraft maintenance records, 1940s; pilot's and flight engineer's notes for Sunderland III; Flying-Boat Reunion programmes, 1993-1995; notes on the sinking of U-Boat U-107 by Windermere Flying Boat EJ150; list of Sunderland aircraft built at Windermere; notes on the factory at Calgarth, Windermere; cut away drawing of Sunderland I flying boat; newspaper cuttings regarding flying boat sunk in Windermere (an untrue rumour); copy of operations records books; notes on loss of DP176, the first Windermere flying boat; photographs of flying boats including first flight of DP176.1940s-2007Kendal
WDS 59Windermere National/St Mary's SchoolSt. Mary's School was endowed in 1856 by John Braithwaite. A new boys school was built in 1889, and the girls school was enlarged in 1909. The schools closed in 1968.
includes: Log books, 1862-1968 (8); Admission register, 1870-1968 (4); punishment book, 1900-1925 (2); Stocks and stores book, 1917-1968 (4); H.M.I. report, 1950; Report on pupils, 1952, 1958 (2); annual returns, 1951-1968; staffing returns, 1954-1967
1856-1974Kendal
WDS 78Windermere Ethel Hedley Hospital SchoolAttendence registers, 1963-1970 (28); Admission registers, 1932-1970 (4); log book, 1920-1970; Managers minute book, 1951-1969; photographs and slides 1950s-1960s1920-1970Kendal
WDB 133/2/275Sizergh Castle; Bowness - Glebe Road Car parkSpecification and bill of quantities for south lodge; Sizergh Castle Client: H. Hornyold-Strickland .
Specification for conveniences at Glebe Road Car park, Bowness. Client: WUDC.
1938Kendal
WDS 96Windermere Old College Secondary Modern School for Girlsfile of general correspondence, 1947-1950; Log book, 1950-1965; Minute book, 1950-19651947-1965Kendal
WDX 2005Ellerthwaite estate, Windermere, copy deed of partitionTrustees of the will of Mr Robert Atkinson and others to John Titterington Bownass1884Kendal
WDRC/12/10Windermere, St John, parsonage: plans, elevations and sectionsWith specification and correspondence.
Architect: John F Curwen, Kendal.
1899Kendal
WDS 76Windermere Endowed SchoolWindermere Endowed Elementary Girls' School was built in 1867-68 and the Infants ' School in 1894; the School closed in 1975

Log books (5) 1872-1975; Admission registers (2) 1905-1962; Pre school-age admission register, 1946-1948; Managers' Minute book 1917-1968; portfolio of annual reports, grants, pupil teacher agreements, etc. 1871-1960; Memoirs of Canon Stock, Rector of Windermere (1857-1904) by Reverend John Sinker; Local history and geography of Bowness on Windermere by S. Hare; Scheme of the Windermere Endowed Schools Foundation, 1883 and amendment, 1899
1871-1975Kendal
WDRC/6/76/6Windermere bishops' transcripts1736-1741Kendal
WDRC/6/76/9Windermere bishops' transcripts1756-1761Kendal
WDRC/6/76/7Windermere bishops' transcripts1741-1751Kendal
WDRC/6/76/8Windermere bishops' transcripts1751-1756Kendal
WDRC/6/76/1Windermere bishops' transcripts1691-1696Kendal
WDRC/6/76/2Windermere bishops' transcripts1699; 1702-17031699-1703Kendal
WDRC/6/76/3Windermere bishops' transcripts1704; 1706; 1714-17161704-1716Kendal
WDRC/6/76/4Windermere bishops' transcripts1716-1717; 1719-17251716-1725Kendal
WDRC/6/76/5Windermere bishops' transcripts1726-1727; 1729-17361726-1736Kendal
WDRC/6/76/10Windermere bishops' transcripts1761-1766Kendal
WDRC/6/76/11Windermere bishops' transcripts1766-1771Kendal
WDRC/6/76/12Windermere bishops' transcripts1771-1776Kendal
WDRC/6/76/13Windermere bishops' transcripts1776-1780Kendal
WDRC/6/76/14Windermere bishops' transcripts1781-1786Kendal
WDRC/6/76/15Windermere bishops' transcripts1787-1791Kendal
WDRC/6/76/16Windermere bishops' transcripts1791-1800Kendal
WDRC/6/76/17Windermere bishops' transcripts1801-1806Kendal
WDRC/6/76/18Windermere bishops' transcripts1806-1813Kendal
WDRC/6/76/19Windermere bishops' transcripts1813-1821Kendal
WDRC/6/76/20Windermere bishops' transcripts1821-1830Kendal
WDRC/6/76/21Windermere bishops' transcripts1831-1840Kendal
WDRC/6/76/22Windermere bishops' transcripts1841-1850Kendal
WDRC/6/76/23Windermere bishops' transcripts1851-1855Kendal
WDRC/6/76/24Windermere bishops' transcripts1856-1863Kendal
WQ/AH/62Highway Diversions: Matson Ground (Windermere)Diversion of footpath, Matson Ground, Windermere: Plan by Charles Henry Wearing, surveyor, of Ambleside (scale 200 feet to 1 inch), April 1924;

Notice from Francis Clayton Scott and George Randall, landowners, to South Westmorland Rural District Council, 1924;

Notice from Francis Clayton Scott and George Randall, landowners, to South Westmorland Rural District Council, 20 October 1925;

Notice, 23 July 1936;

Copies of Westmorland Gazette, containing required notice, 24 July 1926, 31 July 1926, 7 August 1926, 14 August 1926;

Notice from Justices to Surveyor of Highways, 23 July 1926;

Statutory declaration of Charles Henry Wearing, surveyor, 26 August 1926;

Statutory declaration of Edward Moser, clerk to South Westmorland Rural District Council, 27 August 1926;

Statutory declaration of John William Nelson, Surveyor to South Westmorland Rural District Council, 27 August 1926;

Certificate of 2 Justices, 6 September 1926; Schedule of documents, 7 September 1926; Letter from Edward Moser, 10 September 1926;

Letter from George Gatey and Son, solicitors, on behalf of Mr. Randall, landowner, 12 October 1926.
1924-1926Kendal
WDX 599/21Copy report of Mr T E Pryce-Tannatt on Windermere Fisheries1925Kendal
WDX 589/1Inventory of furniture, pictures, horses, carriages, etc., at The Abbey, Windermere, made by Thomas LathamChecked by Thomas Dewhurst and Son (auctioneer late H C Walton), 122 Fishergate, Preston, 22 Jun 1893 (as marked in red ink).
Breakfast room (with, annexed: silver and plate list in use; note of water colour drawings by A W Hooper, made by J S Pollard; jewellery; list of silver and electro plate, in three boxes); books in breakfast room; front hall; library; left hand bookcase; dining room; front stairs and landing; drawing room; Mr Pollard's bedroom; W.C.; Bishop's room; bath room; Birch bedroom; Miss Pollard's old room; box room; baqck stairs and landing; side passage and W.C.; 2nd flight stairs and servants' landing; servant's bedroom nos. 1-3; lake front room; housemaid's cupboard; schoolroom; tower stairs and landing; Tower room; butler's pantry; silver; electro plate; china; glass; cellars; servants' hall; table linen etc.; Mrs Smith's bedroom; kitchen; scullery; wash house; larder; small pantry; coal house; back porch; coach house; harness room; stable; coachman's rooms; green house; vinery; beehive etc; peech house; tools etc.
10 Feb 1887Kendal
WDX 589/2Inventory of The Abbey, WindermereBooks in drawing room; drawing room; library; breakfast room; dining room; front entrance; staircase; Mr Pollard's dressing room; Mr Pollard's bedroom; Miss Pollard's bedroom; box room; tower; tower room; tower bedroom; box room; servants' bedrooms nos. 1-3; Miss Pollard's old bedroom; Birch Bedroom; back stairs; Bishop's Room; dressing room; shop and larder; scullery; kitchen; cellar; servants' hall; Mrs Smith's room; butler's pantry; best china; gilt and white china; plate and tea pots; one coffee pot, stable coach house etc.; green house and outside.undated [19th century]Kendal
WDX 796/2Plans of Windermere railway station (no. 139)Scale 40 feet = 1 inchSep 1880Kendal
WDX 947/3Photograph of Ferry Hotel, WindermereTaken by Rupert Potter6 Sep 1889Kendal
WDX 947/46Photograph of Ferry Hotel, WindermereTaken by Rupert Potter10 Sep 1895Kendal
WDX 947/92Photograph of view from Riggs Hotel, WindermereTaken by Rupert Potter1909Kendal
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