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ReferenceDDI
TitleDickinson Family of Lamplugh and Ennerdale
DescriptionCONTENTS: DDI/1 Farm Volumes: estate deeds and papers (156 items), 1601-1928 DDI/2 Eskett iron-ore lease, 1855 DDI/3 Ennerdale estate deeds and papers, especially re. Whitehaven and Cleator water, 1838-1839 DDI/4 Parish Volume: estate and parish papers (73 items), 1663-c. 1960 (includes pedigrees) DDI/5-6 Lamplugh Parish valuations, 1824-1868 DDI/7 Lamplugh poor-rate assessment book, 1847 DDI/8 Papers of the Jackson family of Felldyke, Lamplugh, 1596-1857 DDI/9 Deeds and papers mainly relating to Ennerdale, and particularly Ennerdale and Kinnyside tithes and Ennerdale Enclosure 1833, 1866 DDI/10 Estate deeds and papers, 1613-1719 DDI/11-20 Estate correspondence and accounts, mainly relating to colliery, iron ore, Ennerdale Water and How Hall, 1828-1973 DDI/21 Whitehaven Turnpike Trust and Highway District, 1828-1871 DDI/22-23 Lamplugh Parish Council papers, 1900-1970 DDI/24,103 Papers relating to Lamplugh C of E School, 1928-1968 DDI/25-30 Records relating to the Lamplugh, Dean and Ennerdale Nursing Association, 1902-1917 DDI/31 Correspondence, report and plans relating to the preservation of Duddon Iron Furnace, Duddon Bridge, 1967 DDI/32-34 Miscellaneous articles, photos and papers (includes material relating to Carlisle Canal, 1930-1970 DDI/35-41 Maps and plans, 1801-c. 1930 Deeds and papers relating to: DDI/42 Red How and Woodend p. Lamplugh, 1717-1938 DDI/43 Havercroft p. Lamplugh, 1803-1939 DDI/44 Todhole mainly, but also Streetgate, Havercroft and Whitekeld p. Lamplugh, 1733-1910 DDI/45 Woodend and Lackerton Wood (combined name from 1920 being Birk How) p. Lamplugh, 1719-1938 DDI/46 Whitekeld and Low Moor, Manor of Dean and Whinfell, 1746-1916 DDI/47 The Key Family's Harrington and Distington Estates, 1672-1945 DDI/48 Woodend and Crossgates p. Lamplugh, 1765-1927 DDI/49 Wills and copy wills involving the Dickinson family, 1811-1906 DDI/50-53 Records re. minerals, c. 1854-1933 DDI/54 Offprints of articles by R F Dickinson from TCWAAS, 1960 and 1966 DDI/55 Valuations of the Red How Estate, 1847-1881 DDI/56-89) 104) Records relating to the Ennerdale Estate, particularly How Hall Farm and the Anglers' Inn, 1848-1951 DDI/90-93 Records relating to the Lamplugh Estate, 1890-1911 DDI/94-95 Estate Records - general, 1662-1873 DDI/96-102 Family Records, 1806-1921 DDI/105-8 O.S. maps showing Red How and land in p.Lamplugh, c.1865 and mid C.20th
Date1596-1973
LanguageEnglish
ContextRonald Fryer Dickinson JP, County Councillor and Alderman of Cumberland County Council, born 25 Sep 1916, died 18 Feb 1985.
ArrangementCONTENTS OF DDI/1: DDI/1/a Contents list; DDI/1/b - d Lamplugh Inclosure Map tracings; DDI/1/1 re Streetgate (Brownrigg inclosure), 1697/8; DDI/1/2 Scalesmore, 1738; DDI/1/3 Kinniside, 1601; DDI/1/4 - 10 Mockerkin, 1627 - 1723.
Dickinson of Streetgate including: DDI/1/11 - 12 Stubscales p. Distington, 1657; DDI/1/13 - 14 Keekle Head in Whillimore (Lamplugh), 1688/9 - 1700; DDI/1/16 - 17, 29, 30 Plans of Streetgate, Havercroft, Todhole, 18th cent.; DDI/1/18 Easter dues for same, 1735 - 1784; DDI/1/20 - 29 Havercroft, 1646/7 - 1700; DDI/1/33 - 34 Staffing agreements, 1850 - 57; DDI/1/35 - 47 Todhole, 1611 - 1921.
Red How: DDI/1/48 - 49 Red How, 1703 - c.1717; DDI/1/50 Plan of Bed How and Woodend, 1819; DDI/1/51 - 54 Building the house at Red How, 1821-22, and adding to it, 1863; DDI/1/55, 94 New course for the River Marron, 1827, 1853; DDI/1/57 re Inclosure of Wood Moor (Private agreement), 1817; DDI/1/50 - 77 Woodend and Lackerton Wood; DDI/1/59 Enfranchisement of Birkhow otherwise Woodend, 1719; DDI/1/61 Woodend and the Dickinsons and Taylors of Great Choptank, Maryland, U.S.A., 20th cent.; DDI/1/66 Rough plan of Woodend and Lackerton Wood, 1813; DDI/1/68 Copy plan of Lackerton Wood, 1811; DDI/1/70, 71 Copy plans of Wood Moor, 1813; DDI/1/74 - 77 Tithe vouchers, 1809 - 1811; DDI/1/78 - 81 Low Moor otherwise Low Moorhouse, 1810; DDI/1/82 Red How and Woodend sold to Isaac Dickinson, 1812; Whitekeld; DDI/1/93 Whitekeld sold to William Dickinson, 1853; DDI/1/97 - 98 Tracing of plan and fields-schedule of Whitekeld, c. 1850; DDI/1/99 - 100 Whitekeld and the new Whitehaven Cleator and Egremont Railway, 1864 - 66; DDI/1/101 Whitekeld fields private inclosure agreement, 1738.
Lowmoor
DDI/1/102 - 108 Copies of court roll re same, 1669 - 1706; DDI/1/120 - 125 Copies of court roll re same, 1731/2 - 1737; Whitekeld
DDI/1/109 - 119, 134 Copies of court roll re same, 1706 - 1733, 1928; DDI/1/127 - 132 How Hall; DDI/1/127, 130-132 Sheep of, 1832 - 1861; DDI/1/128 Trespass (Lake) 1848; Ennerdale (Caswell How, etc.); DDI/1/135 - 156 Copies of Original) admittances etc. 1673 - 1906; (1673 - 1752 = copies of 1806)
Item is filed on Guard No. 1 3; 2 9; 3 10; 4, 5 11; 6-8 12; 9, 10 13; 11,12 14; 13,14 15; 15 20; 16 24; 18 40; 19 49; 23-25 62; 29 65; 30 66; 31, 32 67; 33, 34 68; 43, 44 73; 45, 46 74; 47 75; 51 84; 53 85; 54 87; 55 96; 56 97; 57 98; 58 a,b 99; 67 114; 68 115; 69 116; 70 117; 71 118; 72 119; 73 123; 74-77 125; 78-79 125; 81 127; 92 131; 93, 94 132; 95 133; 96 134; 98 136; 99 137; 100 138' ; 101 142.
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