Place codePAX391
Full place name entryGreat Musgrave/Musgrave/Brough/East Ward/Westmorland
Place NameGreat Musgrave
Area3East Ward
Grid RefNY7613

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WDRC/12/8Great Musgrave rectory: plans, elevations and sectionsWith correspondence,
Architects: E Connell and E Shepherd
DHUD/8/34Sir P Musgrave and other v. the Reverend Edward Knowesley: depositions for plaintiffsIn Chancery. Concerning the collection of tithes in Great Musgrave of which defendant had been Rector for about the last three years.1759Carlisle
WDX 63/6Requisitions on title1920-1940Kendal
DLONS/L/3/5/269Great Musgrave tithe collection book, prescription money and tithes of sheep etc. in kindIncludes stray accounts 1718/19, 1719/201727-1751Carlisle
DLONS/L/12/3/3/10Bundle of papers: James Cliburn's estate, Great Musgrave1724-1730Carlisle
WDX 1347/3Boundary Award re titheable lands in parish of Great Musgrave1840Kendal
WDX 63Title deeds for Warcop and Great Musgraverelating to Sudas and Ings (1686-1843) and Surdas field (1843-1902) and Eastfield Gate (1820-1880) in Warcop; and Penny Close (1820-1882) in Great Musgrave1686-1940Kendal
WDX 88/1/5Conveyance and enfranchisement (counterpart)[date omitted] March 1884
1. George Alderson of Great Musgrave, yeoman
2. Samuel Steuart Gladstone of no. 43 Eaton Place, co. Middlesex, esq., Hon. Henry Charles Brougham of no. 36 Chesham Place, co. Middlesex and Edward Bleaymire of Penrith, Cumberland, gent.
3. Reverend Stafford Alfred Haines, clerk, Rector of Great Musgrave
Recitals:- (1) is customary tenant of manor of Great and Little Musgrave and is seised of premises after described and intended to be conveyed to (3), which are parcel of said manor;
- Sir Richard Courtenay Musgrave of Eden hall, bart. lord of said manor, up to his death was seised in his demesne as of fee of manor and by will of 30 August 1876 devised estates to every son and his issue male in succession entitled to succeed to baronetcy so that every such son should take an estate for life with divers remainders, and testator provided that it should be lawful for (2) or their survivors, with consent of person entitled to be beneficial tenant for life or during minority of any such person, to enfranchise any copyhold or customary hereditaments and to regrant any commonable rights which might be extinguished, and testator appointed (2) and his wife to be guardians of his children under age of 21, etc.;
- death of Sir Richard C. Musgrave on 13 February 1881 and probate of will granted to (2) in Principal Registry on 26 March 1881;
- (3) contracted to buy premises and has requested (2) to join in conveyance for purpose of enfranchising same;
- Sir Richard George Musgrave present baronet and tenant for life under will is still a minor.
Premises: all that customary messuage or dwelling house, outhouses and two garths with ground added thereto taken from wastes in Great Musgrave and parcel of manor by payment of yearly customary rent of 5d. and other dues and services, all now in occupation of (1) and numbered 332, 333 and 331 (part) on O.S. map of parish and delineated on plan and coloured pink, together with appurts. - to be held as freehold estate.
Reservations: all mines and minerals whatsoever within or under premises and full liberty to search for same etc. but (3) shall have right to raise and get any stone, lime, slate, clay, turf, peat or mud for building, repairing or improving said premises or buildings erected thereon.
Consideration: £200 paid by (3) to (1)
Witnesses: William Chandler, butler, no. 43 Eaton Place, London, Poulett Wells, Bromley, Kent, William Smith with Messrs. Bleaymire & Shepherd, solicitors, Penrith
WDX 88/1/7Enfranchisement (counterpart)1. Rt. Hon. Henry Charles, Baron Brougham and Vaux and Geoffrey Carr Glyn of Howbury Hall, co. Bedford, D.S.O., major in His Majesty's army, trustees under will of Sir Richard C. Musgrave, bart., deceased, lord of manor of Great and Little Musgrave
2. Sir Richard George Musgrave of Edenhall, Cumberland, present tenant for life of said manor
3. Jane Bailey, wife of John Edward Bailey of Great Musgrave, farmer
Premises: all hereditaments described in schedule: i.e. three undivided fourth parts of all those customary closes called Nooked Acre or Low Unfangles containing 3 roods 25 perches, Field House Close or High Unfangles with barn and outbuildings (2 acres 2 roods 29 perches), Unfangles or Great Unfangles (3 acres 15 perches), Little Unfangles (3 acres), Jourdy under Musgrave (2 acres 3 roods 31 perches), Beck Side Field (2 acres 1 rood 13 perches), Cow Pasture formerly in two fields and then called Under Musgrave and Pasture (10 acres 28 perches), and numbered on Musgrave tithe plan 34, 35, 40, 41, 42, 45, 46 and 47 with appurts. and of apportioned yearly customary rent of 12s. 3d. part of yearly customary rent of 16s. 4d.; and three undivided fourth parts of messuage and tenement with garden adjoining called the Croft containing 1 acre 8 perches with appurts. of apportioned yearly rent of 11d., part of yearly rent of 1s. 3d.
Consideration: £138 paid by (3) to (1)
Witnesses: Joseph Onslow, gent, Rodger Cottage, Musgrave
27th Dec1911Kendal
BDY 164/8Bond of Obligation1. Thomas Cantley, Henry Cantley and Edward Blenkarne of Great Musgrave, Westmorland, yeoman.
2. Stephen Dent of Ravenstonedale, Westmorland.
Sum: £16.9.4.
Condition: (1) to pay (2) £8 by Pentecost 1673 18 may.
Witnesses: Henry Dent, Lancelot Towenson, William Shaw
WDRC/8/175Great Musgrave tithe map and apportionment4 Nov 1842Kendal
WDX 233Collinson family, Great MusgraveTitle deeds of Langrigg, Great Musgrave, 1688-1907; Title deeds of Westflatt Close, Brough, 1794-1907; title deeds of premises in Brough, 1807-1833; family papers, 17th - 19th centuries1688-1943Kendal
WDX 88/2/4Plan of Great Musgrave parish, surveyed by Machell and Williams[with land of Sir Philip Musgrave edged in pink]1828Kendal
WDX 88/2/5Inclosure map of Great Musgrave common, surveyed by C Webster, Kendal - with copy of award1859Kendal
WDX 63/4Penny Close, Great MusgraveConveyance between Frances Gregson and Jonathan Gibson (27 May 1820);
Admittance of Jonathan Gibson (21 June 1820);
Admittance of Jonathan Gibson on death of the lord (27 August 1828);
Admittance of Jonathan Gibson on the death of the lord (13 January 1836);
Conveyance between Jonathan Gibson and John Robinson (27 February 1856);
Admittance of John Robinson (13 August 1856);
Admittance of Jonathan Robinson (12 August 1869);
Admittance of Jonathan Robinson on the death of the lord (9 July 1874);
Admittance of John Kendall Robinson (23 August 1882).
27 May 1820-23 Aug 1882Kendal
WDX 88/2/2Memorandum of agreement1. Christopher Dobson (on behalf of Sir Philip Musgrave, bart.)
2. James Simpson of Winton, miner
Premises: all several rakes and veins of lead ore now open or to be found or opened within that part of fell or waste ground in manor of Great Musgrave.
Conditions include: lead ore to be taken to Sir Philip Musgrave's smelting mill at Hartley and one seventh share to be delivered to Sir Philip; (2) shall pay 5s. per fother for use of mill gear etc.
Term: one year from Lammas Day 1779, with promise to grant (2) lease for 7 years before 1 August 1780 if so requested and to lengthen lease to 7 years more if all covenants are kept and then 7 years more from Lammas 1780, making 21 years in all
Witnesses: John Dawson, John Railton
16th Aug 1779Kendal
WDX 88/1/6Enfranchisement (counterpart)1. Samuel Steuart Gladstone of no. 43 Eaton Place, co. Middlesex, esq. and Rt. Hon. Henry Charles, Lord Brougham and Vaux, surviving trustees appointed by will of Sir Richard C. Musgrave, bart. deceased, lord of manor of Great and Little Musgrave.
2. Sir Richard George Musgrave of Edenhall, Cumberland, bart., present tenant for life of said manor
3. Jonathan Taylor of High Green, Great Musgrave, yeoman.
Premises: all that parcel of land or garden ground in village and parish of Great Musgrave and within said manor between village green on north, public roads on east, other lands of (3) on west and containing 222 sq. yds. and of yearly apportioned customary rent of 2d. and being part of dwelling house, outhouse, garth and croft, and a parcel of land in Haber in Great Musgrave with appurts. in said manor subject with an allotment of land to yearly customary rent of 5s. 2d. and now in occupation of (3)
Reservations: all rights and remedies mentioned in Copyhold Act 1894, section 23.
Consideration: £1 paid to (2)
Witnesses: John Wappett, plate layer, Great Musgrave
27th May 1895Kendal
WDS 2Great Musgrave SchoolTrustees minute book, 1829-1878; Log books, 1877-1943; admissions register, 1877-1980

school closed 17 July 1981
WDRC/6/56/2Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1689-1691; 1694-1697; 1699-1702; 1706-17101689-1710Kendal
WDRC/6/56/4Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1731-1745Kendal
WDRC/6/56/5Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1746-1760Kendal
WDRC/6/56/9Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1806-1812Kendal
WDRC/6/56/1Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1665; 1688; 1670; 1672-1674; 1676-1677; 1679-1683; 1685-1686; 16881665-1688Kendal
WDRC/6/56/3Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1711-1712; 1714-1716; 1718-1719; 1721-1726; 1728-17301711-1730Kendal
WDRC/6/56/6Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1761-1775Kendal
WDRC/6/56/7Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1776-1790Kendal
WDRC/6/56/8Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1791-1794; 1796-18051791-1805Kendal
WDRC/6/56/10Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1813-1820Kendal
WDRC/6/56/11Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1821-1830Kendal
WDRC/6/56/12Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1831-1840Kendal
WDRC/6/56/13Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1841-1850Kendal
WDRC/6/56/14Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1851-1860Kendal
WDRC/6/56/15Great Musgrave bishops' transcripts1861-1868Kendal
WQ/RI/32Inclosure Award: Great MusgraveGreat Musgrave. Act: 18571859Kendal
WQ/RLT/East/36East Ward: Great MusgraveMusgrave, Great; 1765, 1773, 1790, 1823, 1829.1765-1829Kendal
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