Place codePAX537
Full place name entryLoweswater/Cumberland
Place NameLoweswater

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YPR 41/7Loweswater Enclosure Map, Part I1864Whitehaven
YDX 159/1/3Mortgage for £41 on land at Hughfield and Holme Close, Whinfell between John Allason, Mosser, and George Fearon, Toddell1646Whitehaven
YDX 159/1/7Conveyance by Peter and Bridget Hewitt, Dublin to John Dixon, Waterend, of various lands in Mossermains including Allomhill, Westend, Stonydales, Shortbutts, Birgathdale, Rainbowdale andBelowdike1711Whitehaven
YDX 159/2/1Probate will of William Dixon, Waterend1733Whitehaven
YDX 159/4/5Printed Quaker pamphlet 'To the Reader' detailing local complaints of 1706 and 1713. Inscribed 'Jonathan Dixon, Watterend 1730'early 18th centuryWhitehaven
YPR 41/42Minute bookElectoral roll 19201920 - 1928Whitehaven
YPR 41/60List of Parliamentary voters in Loweswater with property qualifications1891Whitehaven
YDX 22/9Lease particulars relating to land in Dean, Lamplugh, and Loweswater leased to Millom and Askham Hematite Iron Company Limited(original file numbers 6/1, 46/1)1943-1945Whitehaven
CQPC/6/2Plans of proposed alterations to alehouses1908-1966Whitehaven
YPR 41/61Papers relating to local celebrations of the coronation of George V and Queen Mary1911Whitehaven
YPR 41/47Valuation and assessment of all the rateable property in Loweswater, Mockerkin and Sosgill1834Whitehaven
YPR 41/63File relating to local arrangements for the celebration of the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II1977Whitehaven
YPR 41/9Loweswater Enclosure Map, Map B - Pardshaw and UllockSigned 1865 in bottom corner1864Whitehaven
SPUCO/12Correspondence and associated materialGeneral administration of the Cockermouth Rural Sanitary Authority, the Port Sanitary Authority Workington and the Cockermouth Guardians of the Poor Law1876-1931Whitehaven
YPR 42/144Letter of receipt from John Mawson to the incumbent of St. Bees for the temporary loan of the Loweswater tithe map and award1845Whitehaven
SPUCO/12/6Development of local government within the Cockermouth Union1866-1878Whitehaven
YDX 230/A44Assignment: Mary Adcock, late of Crabtreebeck in Lowdswater,now of Osell Old Park, Cumberland, spinster, to George Peile of Stanger, Cumberland, cordwainer: whereas Isaac Fallowfeild, late of Cockermouth, and Allan Peile, late of Stanger, yeoman, deceased, by a bond dated 9 April 1705 stood bound to Mary in 24 libre for payment of 12 libre on 2 February following, now Mary in consideration of sum of 13 libre and 6 shillings assigns to George the bond and the interest thereon due: Mary appoints George her attorney to demand and receive to his own proper use of John the said sum of 13 libre and 6 shillings. (Seal, applied, red wax, device) witnesses: Daniel Dickinson; Peter Fearon; John Tubmans.2 Aug 1725Whitehaven
YDX 498/3/6Farm Tenancy Change proforma issued by The Whitehaven NewsReferring to Crabb Tree and Thrush Bank, Loweswater - not completedundatedWhitehaven
DBT/15/1Returns of the parishes of Arlecdon, Bromfield, Egremont, Eskdale, Gosforth, Harrington, Hensingham, Loweswater, Seascale, Whitehaven and Whithorn, (Wigtownshire)(Land values)1910Whitehaven
YPR 41/8Loweswater Enclosure Map, Part II1864Whitehaven
DH/224Tax assessments1826Whitehaven
YPR 41/6Loweswater Tithe Award (with Maps)Award 1839,
Maps 1844
1839 - 1844Whitehaven
YSPC 17Loweswater Parish Council1894-1999Whitehaven
DH/224/1Collectors' duplicate of the first tax assessment for the Township of Loweswater,Joseph Skelton and William Tyson collectors, for the year ending 5 April 1827. Lists the householders and their tax assessments1826Whitehaven
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