Place codePAX647
Full place name entryKillington/Killington/Kirkby Lonsdale/Lonsdale Ward/Westmorland
Place NameKillington
Area1Killington
Area2Kirkby Lonsdale
Area3Lonsdale Ward
Area4Westmorland
Grid RefSD6189

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WDX 948/39Title deeds for Pricked Hill and Mireside in Killington1585-1826Kendal
WDRC/8/232Killington tithe map and apportionment17 Feb 1841Kendal
WDX 579/8Printed enclosure act - Killington31 May 1811Kendal
WDB 35/1/108Mansergh, Lupton and Killington, Preston PatrickMansergh Birks Farm, Fleshbeck Cottages, Mansergh High Farm, Mireside Farm. Two cottages and barn at Townhead, Old Town. Birks Allotment, Eggholme Hall Farm, Eggholme Cottage, Gillfoot Farm. Enclosure: newspaper cutting regarding sale. With plans (loose).
Owned by C. Eric Wilson. Freehold.

Lupton High Fell House Farm, Middle Fell House Farm, Low Hell House Farm, Moor allotment Called Sheep Lairs, Black Lot - allotment, Jakey Lot - allotment, Barkin Lots - grouse moor, Barkin House Farm. With plans.
Owned by C. Eric Wilson. Freehold.

Killington Armistead Lot - allotment, Gill Foot - allotment. With plans.
Owned by C. Eric Wilson. Freehold.

Preston Patrick Barkin House Farm
6 Jun 1846Kendal
WDB 35/1/278Ingmire Hall Estate, Sedbergh and KillingtonSedbergh, Yorkshire Ingmire Hall Estate, Ingmire Hall, Ingmire Home Farm. Dwellings, shops, inclosures, Brimshaw Farm, Underwinder Farm, Ash Mining Garths Farm,Luneside Farm, High Oaks Farm, Hebblethwaites Farm, Four Lane Ends Farm. With plans. Includes photographs.
Owned by Major John Upton. Freehold.
Resold in 1927 when owned by Sir J. S. Harmood-Banner Bart.

Killington Parts of Ingmire Hall Estate. Killington Hall, High Hall Beck Farm, Low Hall Beck Farm, High Stangerthwaite Farm, Bowkersyke Farm, Red Lion Farm, Greenham Farm, Black Horse Farm, Grass Rigg Farm, Gill House Farm, Capplethwaite Hall Farm. With plans.
Owner Major John H. Upton. Freehold.
1922-1927Kendal
WDB 35/1/279Ingmire Hall Estate, Sedbergh and KillingtonSedbergh, Yorkshire Ingmire Hall Estate, Ingmire Hall, Ingmire Home Farm. Dwellings, shops, inclosures, Brimshaw Farm, Underwinder Farm, Ash Mining Garths Farm,Luneside Farm, High Oaks Farm, Hebblethwaites Farm, Four Lane Ends Farm. With plans. Includes photographs.
Owned by Major John Upton. Freehold.
Resold in 1927 when owned by Sir J. S. Harmood-Banner Bart.

Killington Parts of Ingmire Hall Estate. Killington Hall, High Hall Beck Farm, Low Hall Beck Farm, High Stangerthwaite Farm, Bowkersyke Farm, Red Lion Farm, Greenham Farm, Black Horse Farm, Grass Rigg Farm, Gill House Farm, Capplethwaite Hall Farm. With plans.
Owner Major John H. Upton. Freehold.
1922-1927Kendal
WDB 35/1/277Ingmire Hall Estate, Sedbergh and KillingtonSedbergh, Yorkshire Ingmire Hall Estate, Ingmire Hall, Ingmire Home Farm. Dwellings, shops, inclosures, Brimshaw Farm, Underwinder Farm, Ash Mining Garths Farm,Luneside Farm, High Oaks Farm, Hebblethwaites Farm, Four Lane Ends Farm. With plans. Includes photographs.
Owned by Major John Upton. Freehold.
Resold in 1927 when owned by Sir J. S. Harmood-Banner Bart.

Killington Parts of Ingmire Hall Estate. Killington Hall, High Hall Beck Farm, Low Hall Beck Farm, High Stangerthwaite Farm, Bowkersyke Farm, Red Lion Farm, Greenham Farm, Black Horse Farm, Grass Rigg Farm, Gill House Farm, Capplethwaite Hall Farm. With plans.
Owner Major John H. Upton. Freehold.
1922-1927Kendal
WDS 84Killington SchoolLog book, 1900-1947; Admission register, 1894-19461821-1947Kendal
WDRC/6/38/8Killington bishops' transcripts1746-1755Kendal
WDRC/6/38/3Killington bishops' transcripts1712-1716Kendal
WDRC/6/38/6Killington bishops' transcripts1736-1740Kendal
WDRC/6/38/7Killington bishops' transcripts1741-1745Kendal
WDRC/6/38/1Killington bishops' transcripts1689-1692; 1694-1699; 17011689-1701Kendal
WDRC/6/38/2Killington bishops' transcripts1702-1705; 1707-17111702-1711Kendal
WDRC/6/38/4Killington bishops' transcripts1716-1717; 1719-17251716-1725Kendal
WDRC/6/38/5Killington bishops' transcripts1726-1732; 1734-17351726-1735Kendal
WDRC/6/38/9Killington bishops' transcripts1756-1770Kendal
WDRC/6/38/10Killington bishops' transcripts1771-1780Kendal
WDRC/6/38/11Killington bishops' transcripts1781-1790Kendal
WDRC/6/38/12Killington bishops' transcripts1791-1800Kendal
WDRC/6/38/13Killington bishops' transcripts1801-1812Kendal
WDRC/6/38/14Killington bishops' transcripts1813-1820Kendal
WDRC/6/38/15Killington bishops' transcripts1821-1825Kendal
WDRC/6/38/16Killington bishops' transcripts1826-1835Kendal
WDRC/6/38/17Killington bishops' transcripts1836-1845Kendal
WDRC/6/38/18Killington bishops' transcripts1846-1854Kendal
WDRC/6/38/19Killington bishops' transcripts1855-1873Kendal
WQ/RDP/11Deposited Plans: Brough under Stainmore, Middleton, Greenodd, Levens Bridge, Milnthorpe, Carnforth, Hawes, Kirkby Stephen, Killington, New Hutton & Old HuttonProposed road from Brough under Stainmore to bridge near Middleton in Teesdale..., 10 February 1817.

Proposed turnpike roads from Greenodd in Ulverston parish to Levens Bridge in Heversham parish, and from Milnthorpe to Carnforth; surveyed by William Miller 1817. Book of reference. 30 September 1817.

Proposed reservoir in Killington, New Hutton and Old Hutton - for use of Lancaster Canal, with list of proprietors and occupiers of land. 29 September 1818.

Proposed turnpike road from Hawes to Kirkby Stephen, surveyed by Thomas Bradley, land surveyor, Richmond, 30 November 1824.
1817-1824Kendal
WQ/RI/46Inclosure Award: KillingtonKillington Inclosure Award. Act: 18111821Kendal
WQ/RLT/Lons/8Lonsdale Ward: KillingtonKillington [Kirkby Lonsdale parish]; 1773, 1809, 1823, 1826, 1828, 1830, 1831, 1832.1773-1832Kendal
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