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Offline Gigi

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #9 on: Monday 29 December 08 08:48 GMT (UK) »
Hi Deborah,

Thanks for the info but cannot find it! Can only find it for sale! Is it in Google Books?

Regards,

Gillian
Elwood/Ellwood: WES & CUM
Johnson: Crosby Ravensworth, Hilton & Dufton WES
Robinson: CUM
Langhorn: Kirkby Thore WES
Dover: WES & CUM
Parker: Soulby, Bedale
Hunt: Gentleshaw, Bladon, Hanborough
Slynn: Birmingham
Rammell: KENT
Felton: Shropshire

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #10 on: Monday 29 December 08 10:12 GMT (UK) »
Gillian

You need to be in on the internet archive site which is www.archive.org.  (If you type "internet archive" into google it should come up as one of the hits.)  This takes you to their index/search page and then you can type in the search terms.

There are poll books for other counties and lots of other books on Westmorland including lots of CWAAS publications.
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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #11 on: Monday 29 December 08 18:30 GMT (UK) »
Hi Deborah,

Thanks, have now found it!!

Gillian
Elwood/Ellwood: WES & CUM
Johnson: Crosby Ravensworth, Hilton & Dufton WES
Robinson: CUM
Langhorn: Kirkby Thore WES
Dover: WES & CUM
Parker: Soulby, Bedale
Hunt: Gentleshaw, Bladon, Hanborough
Slynn: Birmingham
Rammell: KENT
Felton: Shropshire

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #12 on: Friday 23 January 09 20:06 GMT (UK) »
North Pennine Ancestors
http://web.archive.org/web/20071114095154/http://www.northpennineancestors.co.uk/Index.htm

Archive link as website is now unavailable

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 23 May 09 01:38 BST (UK) »
Hi
I would like to find some old school photo's of Patterdale , Elementry School and the School House, my husbands Grandfather Joseph Beck Philipson was head master there from 1884 - 1924.  His 1st wife was Clara Sophia she died in Oct-Dec 1911, they had a adopted daughter Clara Blythe.  His 2nd wife was Mary Isabel and they had 2 children Joseph 1918 and Doreen 1919 who were both born in the school house.  If anyone who has any family history which is connected to the school, or the Philipson's I would love to hear from you.
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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 05 August 09 16:37 BST (UK) »
Hi,

I don't think this has been posted already but my apologies if it has.

Cumbria libraries now have access to some of the newspapers on the Gale site.

Access the county library site at http://www.cumbria.gov.uk/libraries/

You will need your library card number.

Brie

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 24 June 10 11:59 BST (UK) »
"The Transformation of a Yeoman Society:Windermere 1640-1841" is a 35,000 word dissertation on the growth of the village which is available on Search room shelves at Records Office,Kendal.
The author contacted me with information of my family there in early 19th century.
Butcher Westmorland and Lancashire
Barton Westmorland and Yorkshire
Trethowan,Reeves Middlesex
Halsall,Green,Charters,Chatterton Lancashire
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Gibson,Blanks,Monk,Fokes Essex

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Re: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #16 on: Friday 15 October 10 09:51 BST (UK) »
Hi, the Cumbria BMD service has been launched today, it aims to cover the modern Cumbria which includes some northern parts of Lancashire, as well as Westmorland and Cumberland.

Here is the link
http://www.cumbriabmd.org.uk/

Best wishes
John

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Re: Link: Sunken villages and farmsMardale, Measand, Wet Sleddale,
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 16 September 17 20:18 BST (UK) »
I would like to reply to mysubee' s below about the philipson of Patterdale. I too am interested in Joseph Beck Philipson (in relation to W R Philipson who wrote Birds of a Valley and holidayed in Patterdale as a child. Were these two Philipson related, I would like to know. I could could expand on this if anyone is interesred. Stephen Heery