Place codePAX172
Full place name entryBootle/Cumberland
Place NameBootle
Area4Cumberland

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YPR 12/90/3Removal order of Ann Youart, pregnant singlewoman, from Bootle to Ennerdale25 Mar 1824Whitehaven
YDS 78/3Other records - Whitehaven
YDS 78/1Log books - Whitehaven
ZS/18Robert Charnock, surgeon, BootleCumberlandc1804Barrow
YDS 78/1/1Log bookSep 1986-Jul 1991Whitehaven
YDS 78/3/3Summary of attendance registerGives weekly total returns of attendance (no pupils' names given).Apr 1982-Sep 1989Whitehaven
YDS 78/3/2Register of uses of accommodationGives date, number of rooms used, purpose of use of rooms and signature of head.Nov 1952-Mar 1976Whitehaven
YDS 78/2/4Admissions, removals and leavers registerVolume of S99 forms giving name of pupil, date of birth and new and last addresses.Sep 1989-May 1991Whitehaven
SPUW/14Other Legal Papers1903Whitehaven
SRDMA/4Medical Officer of Health1915Whitehaven
BDLEW/2/5Bootle, Corney and Whitbeck Educational FoundationCorrespondence and certificates.Jan 1933Barrow
YPR 47/1/6/3Register of services1948 - 1965Whitehaven
DBH/2/6BootleDeeds relating to Smalhurst.1707 - 1752Whitehaven
DBH/2/7BootlePapers, including copy deeds and plans referring to the sale of Swallowhurst Estate.1873 - 1876Whitehaven
DBH/9/4Papers referring to disrepair of rented property at Bootle and the surrender of the lease.William Slater and Thomas Grice: papers referring to disrepair of rented property at Bootle and the surrender of the lease.1881Whitehaven
DBH/15/28/2Draft conveyance referring to EBA Jones and others to Thomas Grice EsqDraft conveyance referring to EBA Jones and others to Thomas Grice Esq., concerning a close of land at Bootle1874Whitehaven
SRDM/3/3/1Bootle sewerage worksMap of Bootle, plus drawing of sewage disposal works1945Whitehaven
YPR 47/3/3Minute book of Parochial Church CouncilSep 1963 - Apr 1986Whitehaven
YDS 78/2Admission registers, Hycemoor Church of England Primary School, Bootle - Whitehaven
YDX 592/3Notice from J J Rawlinson, Assistant Tithe Commissioner,of his intent to set out the boundaries of the Parish of Bootleat the house of Edward Clarke, Innkeeper, Bootle, addressed to Mr Noble Senogles,High Hurst20 October 1838Whitehaven
YPR 8/80Settlement certificate, Matthew Postlethwaite and family, Bootle1719Whitehaven
YPR 47/4Hycemoor Church of England School, Bootle Whitehaven
DBT/7/403Papers, including copy deeds and plan, relating to land at BootleRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co1846Whitehaven
DBT/7/421Draft conveyance of land at BootleRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co1847Whitehaven
DBT/7/418Papers, including: lists of notices served on land owners, agreements entered into, and contracts for land relating to land required at Bootle, Drigg, and St. BeesRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co1846 - 1847Whitehaven
DBT/7/493Papers, including: plans (3); copy deeds; and accounts, relating to the purchase of land at Bootle and DriggRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co; 1846 - 1848, 1880 1846 - 1880Whitehaven
YDS 78/3/1Punishment bookGives date, name of pupil, age, nature of offence and description of punishment.Jun 1937-Nov 1965Whitehaven
YDS 78Hycemoor Church of England Primary School, BootleLog book, 1986-1991; punishment book, 1937-1965; admission registers (3), 1883-1991; summary of attendance, 1982-1989; admissions, removals and leavers, 1989-1991; register of uses of accommodation, 1952-1976.1883-1991Whitehaven
BDTB/114Court cases; wills; title deeds; new school at Broughton-in-Furness1889-1937Barrow
DBT/7/438Papers, including plans (2) and copy deeds, relating to the purchase of land at BootleRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co; 1846 - 1848, 1850 1846 - 1850Whitehaven
DBT/13/18Stray deed relating to Bootle1664Whitehaven
DBT/7/458Draft conveyance, including plan, relating to land required at BootleRelates to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway Co1851Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/4/5Schedule of title deeds received from Mrs HR GriceCopies of some mentioned are within the files YPR 47/4/21 Dec 1992Whitehaven
YDX 443Photograph of Miss Gaitskell, BootlePhotograph of Miss Gaitskell, Bootle, taken by Wilson, photographers of Whitehaven. 8"x 10" on card. This is probably Miss Elizabeth Gaitskell, born c 1879, and given as a dressmaker aged 22 on the 1901 census for Bootle, the niece of William Gaitskell, saddler, of 19 Main Street, Bootle.c1900Whitehaven
CQPBOBootle Petty SessionsPetty Sessions for Bootle Petty Sessional Division were held at Bootle and Millom on alternative Saturdays1861-1922Whitehaven
DBT/7/44Draft and copy deeds, copy of Bootle and Waberthwaite enclosure award and papers relating to the purchase of land at Eskmeals, BootleRelates to the Furness Railway; 1865, 1869 - 1878, n.d 1865 - 1878Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/2/2Governors' report (printed, signed)10 Mar 1988Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/2/4Governors' report (printed, signed)Nov 1989Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/2/1Governors' report (printed, signed)18 May 1987Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/1MinutesWhitehaven
YDFCP 6/1Order of Service: Bicentenary ServiceOrder of service for Bicentenary Service, 1780-1980.1980Whitehaven
DBT/10/14Title deeds - Bootle1625 - 1817Whitehaven
BDFELL/6Accounts, statements and valuations1835-1866Barrow
YPR 47/4/5ProspectusesWhitehaven
YPR 47/1/7Other recordsWhitehaven
YPR 47/4/4Notes and copy historic documentsWhitehaven
YPR 47/4/3CorrespondenceWhitehaven
YPR 47/4/2/5Governors' report (printed)Nov 1990Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/3/2Correspondence relating to the Primary Education Development Review and implications for Bootle1982Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/5/2Prospectus for Hycemoor School 1990-19911990Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/5/1Prospectus for Hycemoor School 1982-19831982Whitehaven
YPR 47/7/4Schedule of historic records held at Bootle Church28 Feb 1964Whitehaven
YPR 47/7/2Copy Instrument containing Table of Fees that could be levied in Bootle Parish1905Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/6Registers of services1926 - 2001Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/4/3Notes on this history of the schoolc1992Whitehaven
YPR 47/3/4Register of Covenants1969 - 1983Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/4/2Notes on this history of the Hycemoor School Trustc1992Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/4/4Photocopies of papers relating to the endowment of Hycemoor School1851 - 1992Whitehaven
YPR 47/7/3Statement of accounts relating to Bootle Bazaarundated [1900-1930]Whitehaven
YPR 47/5ClergyWhitehaven
YPR 47/4/2Governors' ReportsWhitehaven
YPR 47/4/2/3Governors' report (printed, signed)30 Nov 1988Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/3/1Correspondence relating to Hycemoor C of E SchoolIncludes letters relating to: structure of primary education (1970); prefabricated classroom and other building projects; poor condition of access route (with black and white photographs); and endowments connected with the school21 May 1962 - 14 Dec 1976Whitehaven
YDX 430/18/25Ann Grice of Broom Hill, Bootle14 June 1885Whitehaven
YDX 601/1Whitehaven and Furness Junction RailwayAbstracts of title of land at Bootle1846-1852Whitehaven
DBT/7/103Papers, including plans (5), sketch plan, and copy deeds, relating to the purchase of land at St Bees, Bootle, Winscales and Workington for the Gilgarran extension 1846 - 1847, 1877 - 1882 Relates to London North Western Railway Co1846 - 1882Whitehaven
DBT/7/497Papers relating to Whitehaven & Furness Junction Railway CoIncluding: bond; copy deeds; vouchers; and accounts, relating to the purchase of property in Cleator and Scotch, Peter and Charles Street, and Harrison's Court, Whitehaven, and land at Bootle, St Bees, Seascale, Millom and near Silecroft Station 1851 - 1853, 1855 - 1858, 1862, 1878, 1886 1851 - 1886Whitehaven
YPR 47/7/1Printed report of church service collections (including Bootle)for the Retiring Pension Fund for the Aged Clergy, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee20 Jun 1897Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/6/4Register of services1965 - 1977Whitehaven
YPR 47/3/1Minute book of Parochial Church CouncilApr 1925 - Mar 1948Whitehaven
YPR 47/3/2Minute book of Parochial Church CouncilMar 1948 - Jul 1963Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/3/4Correspondence relating to Hycemoor C of E SchoolIncludes letters relating to: educational standard; possible school amalgamation; school closure26 Jan 1987 - 4 Jul 1990Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/6/5Register of services1977 - 2001Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/3/3Correspondence relating to Hycemoor C of E SchoolIncludes letters relating to: replacement school; increased staffing compliment; closure notice (1983)10 Feb 1983 - 13 Jan 1989Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/3/5Correspondence relating to the sale of the former Hycemoor C of E School propertyMainly between Beaty and Co, solicitors, and Reverend Malcolm Ridyard16 May 1991 - 11 Oct 1993Whitehaven
DBH/2/8Bootle and Millom, 1741 - 1896, 1932, 1936, 1940 - 1942Deeds and papers, including copy will of Rev John Whitridge (1836), [copy] will of John Askew (1785); sketch plan of Sun Inn Fences, relating to Beckhow, Croft House, Freers Grounds, Beck Brows, the Sun Inn Estate, Bootle; land and tenements called Millom Castle, High and Low [Pasture], Crookshead and [Salthouse], Millom1741 - 1942Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/5/2Register of burialsNov 1875 - Oct 1949Whitehaven
WDW/1/2/2Manor of Seaton (parishes of Bootle, Corney, Millom, Whicham, Whitbeck)1542-1953Whitehaven
DH/429/2Memorandum to John Brown, Whitehaven to undertake interior decoration for Mr A Milburn of Corkickle Yard at Underwood Cottage, Bootle1898Whitehaven
YPR 47/4/4/1Correspondence relating to the re-siting of the school and the ownership of the siteIncludes copy minutes of the trustees of Hycemoor School 1846 and 1851 [originals not deposited]; copy purchase agreement between Whitehaven and Furness Junction Railway and the Trustees of Hycemoor School (27 Nov 1846)1846 - 1983Whitehaven
YDS 78/2/1Admission registerAdmission numbers 1-843. Gives admission number, name of pupil, date of admission, date of birth, name of parent, address, last school attended and date of leaving. With name index.Apr 1883-Feb 1945Whitehaven
DBT/27/33BOOTLEPlan of Kiskin estate ... belonging to Mr W Middleton. John Robinson. 41 × 67. 3 ch. to 1". Adjacent landowners; field names and acreages. 1856Whitehaven
YDS 78/2/2Admission registerAdmission numbers 844-1341. Gives admission number, name of pupil, date of admission, date of birth, name of parent, address, last school attended and date of leaving and next school attended.Jun 1945-Jun 1983Whitehaven
YDS 78/2/3Admission registerAdmission numbers 1342-1371. Gives admission number, name of pupil, date of admission, date of birth, name of parent, address, last school attended and date and reason for transfer. With name index.Sep 1983-Mar 1991Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/4/5Register of marriagesJul 1942 - Jul 1954Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/6/1Register of services1926 - 1937Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/6/2Register of services1937 - 1948Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/4/7Register of marriagesOct 1963-Sep 1975Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/4/6Register of marriagesMar 1955-Jun 1963Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/4/8Register of marriagesFeb 1976-Apr 1993Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/3/2Register of bannsNov 1900 - Sep 1985Whitehaven
WDB 35/1/203Bootle, Cumberland.The Langley Estate, Swallow hurst and part of Swallowhurst Hall Estate. With plans. Also part of Corney Parish
Owner not named. Freehold.
22 Jul 1875Kendal
YPR 47/7/5Transcript of baptisms (1655-1799), marriages (1666-1766) and burials (1663-1798)undated [1985]Whitehaven
YCOP/11APhotocopy of Inquisition post mortem of Henry Kyrkby esquireHeld at Egremont on the feast of St Matthew the apostle, 31 Henry VIII [21 Sept 1539]
He died seised of:
1) Five messuages and 100 acres of land in Bolton and Holmroke which by deed (chartam) dated 24 July 29 (?) Henry VIII [1537] he had granted to Eleanor Chine for the term of her life.
2) Five messuages and 100 acres of land in the parish of Butle, which by the same deed he had granted to Eleanor Chine for life.
3) Twelve messuages and 200 acres of land in Bolton, of which he had enfeoffed Rowland Kyrkbye and Mary Senhouse and their legitimate heirs by deed dated 8 March, 30 Henry VIII [1538/9]
Value p.a. £3. 6s. 8d.
4) Five messuages and 40 acres of land in the parish of Buttle, of which he had enfeoffed Rowland and Mary by the above deed.
Value p.a. 32s 0d
He died on 15 May last part [1539], and Rowland Kyrkbye is his son and next heir, of the age of 11 months and 2 weeks.
21 September 1539Whitehaven
YCOP/12Photocopy of Inquisition post mortem of Rowland KyrkbyHeld at Torpenhow on 26 April, 35 Henry VIII [1543]. He died seised in fee tail with Mary Senhouse of:
1) Twenty two messuages and 140 acres of land in Bolton and Butle, by grant of Henry Kyrkby, his father dated 8 March, 30 Henry VIII [1538/9], etc. as recited in the previous Inquisition.
2) The reversion of ten messuages and 200 acres of land in Bolton, Holmerooke and Buttelle, which Eleanor Kirkby mother of Rowland holds by grant recited in the previous Inquisition. [N.B. she was then Eleanor Chine].
3) The reversion of 30 messuages, 200 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow and 200 acres of pasture in Cleter, Hayle, Gosfurthe, Bolton, Butele, (?) between Eske and Dudden, and the mill of (?Seaton), which Katherine Kirkby, grandmother of Rowland holds for life for her jointure. Value p.a. £3.
4) The reversion of certain messuages lands and tenements in Bolton which William Kirkeby uncle of Rowland holds for life. Value p.a. £4.
He died on 6 March, 32 Henry VIII [1540/1], and William Kirkeby is his uncle and next heir, aged 19 years and 46 weeks and 3 days. John Senhouse esq. took the profit of 12 messuages in Bolton for one year after Rowland's death, value £3. 15s. 5d., and William Kirkeby received the profit of the remainder.
26 April 1543Whitehaven
YCOP/13Photocopy of Inquisition post mortem of William Kyrkby gentHeld at Cockermouth on the 17th July, 36 Henry VIII, [1544]
He died seised of:
1) Twenty six messuages, 200 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, and 1,000 acres of moor in Bottyll, Bolton, Stanton, Cleetor, Gosfurthe, Whytbek, and of Stanton water mill.
The lands etc. in Bootle, Bolton and Cleator (lengthy list of tenants given) were conveyed by deed dated 2 July, 35 Henry VIII [1543] to Nicholas Thornboroughte gentleman and William Walker clerk who were to grant it to William Kyrkby and Isabel his wife for their lives for her jointure with subsequent reversion to the heirs of William. This was effected by deed dated 4 July 1543 (Isabella still alive at date of Inquisition).
Lands etc. in Bootle, Bolton & Cleator worth £10. 6s. 6d.
2) Four messuages, 30 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture in Bolton and Butoll (tenants etc. specified), leased for life to Thomas Parker by deed dated 13 November, 34 Henry VIII [1542].
Value 8s. 4d. p.a.
3) The reversion of eleven messuages, 200 acres of land in Bolton, Stanton, Gosfurthe and Buttole, which Henry Kirkby, brother of William, by deed dated 23 August 29 Henry VIII [1537] granted to Ellen [Elena] Kyrkby for life.
Value £7 p.a.
He died 30 August 35 Henry VIII [1543], and Elizabeth Kyrkby is his daughter and next heir, aged 7 months and 6 days.
17 July 1544Whitehaven
YPR 47/1/2/2Register of baptismsInitial pages contains diary entries relating to extreme weather and church fabric. Also photograph of church interior 1887Jul 1851 - Oct 1954Whitehaven
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