Place codePAX600
Full place name entryCrook/Kendal Ward/Westmorland
Place NameCrook
Area3Kendal Ward
Area4Westmorland

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YDX 57/3Sale particulars and plans of the Crook Estate, Westmorland:Crook End, Beckside and Ellerbeck Farms (Crook and Underbarrow), Tarn Close Farm (Nether Staveley), and Broom Farm (Underbarrow). Also cottages and Birch and Ellerbeck mills.1905Whitehaven
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
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
WDB 35/1/35Crook, Nether Staveley, Underbarrow.CrookCrook End Farm, Beck Side Farm, Ellerbeck Farm overlapping Underbarrow. No Plans.
Owner not named; Tenure not defined.
Nether Staveley Tarn Close. No plans.
Owner not named. Tenure not defined.
Underbarrow Broom House. Underbarrow Moss - cottages and Birch Mill (water). Ellerbeck Mill (water) overlapping Crook border.
Owner not named. Tenure not defined.
26 Aug 1905Kendal
WQ/RC/1Corn Rent Award: CrookScale: not givenKendal
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
WDB 35/1/31CrookCrook Mill, Light How House, and land. With plans.
Owner not named; freehold.
22 Nov 1858Kendal
WDB 35/1/34Yew Tree Farm, land and Cottage, CrookYew Tree Farm, land and cottage. With plans.
Owner not named, freehold.
2 Aug 1905Kendal
WDB 35/1/33High Leys Farm, Crook; Helsington Mosses, Helsington; UnderbarrowCrook High Leys Farm. With plans.
Owner not named; freehold.
Also: Helsington Enclosures on Helsington Mosses.Also: Underbarrow The Nokk Farm. The Hagg Farm. Three lots of land in Underbarrow - bordering and overlapping the Helsington border. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.
Jul 1878Kendal
WDB 35/1/102Crook, Levens, Crosthwaite and LythCrook Cockhag Plantation. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.

Also Levens Quagg House or Whagg House. Accommodation land. With plans.
Owner not named. Freehold.

Also: Stakes Moss, Rawsons - accommodation land. With plans.
Owner not named, freehold.
18 Aug1883Kendal
WDB 35/1/214High Lees Estate, Crook, Mill Stile House, Bolton-le-Sands, Barrows Green, Natland, Bell Hill Estate, Cartmel.Crook High Lees Estate, Crook. No plans.
Owned by Thomas Webster and James Bramwell; freehold tenure.

Bolton-le-Sands - LancashireMill Stile House and building land, three named meadows.
Owner not named, freehold not known.

Natland Three fields at Barrows Green No plans.
Owned by Thomas Webster and James Bramwell. Freehold.

Cartmel - Lancashire Bell Hill Estate estate at Lindale. No plans.
Owned by Thomas Webster and James Bramwell. Freehold.
Sep1853Kendal
WDX 139/6Crook Women's Institute Jubilee Scrapbookundated [20th century] Kendal
WDB 35/1/63Crook and HuttonThree allotments and a plantation. With plans.
Owner not named; tenure not defined.

Millholme Estate - house and land, Millholme Water Carn Mill, Millrigg House and land, Lane Cottage and inclosures, Borrans Estate, house land and cottages, Ewebank Estate, house cottage and land. With plans.
Owenr not named. Tenure not defined.
15 Jun 1870Kendal
WDB 35/1/38Crook and UnderbarrowCrook Beckside Farm, Crook End Farm, Pepper Brow Cottages, accommodation land. No plans.
Owned by late Charles Anthony Williams; freehold tenure. Underbarrow Broom Farm. No plans.
Owner late Charles Anthony Williams. Freehold.
5 Oct 1952Kendal
YDX 57/7Mounted tracing of Hoggarth's map (1868)of the Crook End, Beckside and Tarn Close estates, Crook, Westmorland (outsize roll)1880Whitehaven
WDS 51Crook (W) SchoolRecords of Crook County Primary School (opened June 1872 and closed 18th July 1984)
Log books, 1918-1984 (2); admission register, 1925-1983; summary register, 1945-1949; attendance register, 1983-1984; punishment book, 1909-1954; minute book, 1903-1984; photographs
See also WD/RG for deeds etc.
1903-1984Kendal
WDRC/6/18/1Crook bishops' transcripts1813-1820Kendal
WDRC/6/18/2Crook bishops' transcripts1821-1830Kendal
WDRC/6/18/3Crook bishops' transcripts1831-1840Kendal
WDRC/6/18/4Crook bishops' transcripts1841-1855Kendal
WDRC/6/18/5Crook bishops' transcripts1856-1870Kendal
WQ/RI/24Inclosure Award: Crook (inc. Whitwell & Selside, Skelsmergh)Crook Inclosure (Whitwell & Selside, Skelsmergh & Crook). Act: 18231829Kendal
WQ/RLT/Kendal/4Kendal Ward: Crook Crook [Kendal parish]; 1773, 1793, 1809, 1823, 1830, 18311773-1831Kendal
WDX 579/19Printed enclosure act - Whitwell and Selside, Skelsmergh, and Crook, parish of Kendal23 May 1823Kendal
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