Place codeNA2419
Full place name entryLake Windermere/Windermere/Westmorland
Place NameLake Windermere
Area3Windermere
Area4Westmorland

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DCU/4/489/22Letter from Thomas English to Thomas Greene, Gray's Inn, proposing sale of the ferry over Windermere together with the Island (Belle Isle) to the prospective purchasorWith further proposal for the sale of an island in Windermere pertaining to the ferry, and the sale of several objects on the Island including a fire engine, two lead statues, garden seats etc, and also the sale of four paintings or views of the Island owned by English to the prospective purchasor.13 Jun 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/39Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Richard Addison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., eldest son and heir of Henry Addison, gent., and Jane Addison his widow, both deceased.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.21 Jun 1837Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/48Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Charles Kirkbride and James Walker, both of Bowness, boatmen.1 Dec 1869Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/38Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Henry Addison, gent., on the surrender of Stephen Lushington.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.22 May 1787Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/28-29Conveyance by lease and release of a fishery in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Dawes of Bowness, Windermere, and Dorothy Dawes, widow of Richard Dawes, late of New Hall, Bowness, yeoman, to John Christian of Ewanrigg Hall, esq. Consideration £100.12-13 May 1784Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/11Conveyance of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, to Henry Williamson of Low House, same parish, woodmonger. Consideration £62 15s.22 Jan 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/10Articles of agreement regarding conveyance of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, and Henry Williamson of Low House, same, yeoman.11 Mar 1751Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/31Draft release of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., and 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., to 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £1769 10s.1 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/32Conveyance of land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere Water and the island of Crow HolmeGeorge Braithwaite of Harrowslack, Hawkshead, Lancs., gent. to Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £100.5 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/26Conveyance of customary premises of two small islands in Lake Windermere called Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £47 10s. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778.10 Sep 1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/12Conveyance of half a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereHenry Williamson of Low House, Windermere, woodmonger to John Robinson of Bowness, same parish, husbandman. Consideration £31 7s 6d.31 Mar 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/33Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of George Braithwaite of Great Boat, Claife, Hawkshead, Lancs., yeoman on the surrender of Thomas English of Southwark, Surrey, esq.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.18 Oct 1785Whitehaven
DCU/4/489Windermere estate1707-1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/49Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Wilson Martin of Bowness, boatman.2 Dec 1869Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/16Conveyance of half a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereHenry Williamson of Low House, Windermere, woodmonger to John Robinson of Green, same parish, fisherman. Consideration £35.12 Feb 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/51Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Charles Kirkbride and James Walker, both of Bowness, boatmen.14 Nov 1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/22AList and valuation of materials on the Great Island of Windermere belonging to Thomas English and appraised by Thomas Hartley and Isaac Holme on behalf of Thomas English and "Miss Curwen" (Isabella Curwen)18 Jul 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/25Letter from Thomas Lacey in London, to Henry Addison proposing that Addison's client "Miss Curwen" (Isabella Curwen) purchase Thomas English's two small islands in Lake Windermere together with the ferry, all to be valued by two persons, one selected by each party10 Feb 1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/54-55Sale particular plans for building sites on the shores of Lake WindermerePlan no 1: building sites on the west bank of Windermere 18 x 27", twenty lots (coloured), acreages given, scale 6 chains to 1 inch; plan no 2: building sites in the Ferry Fields and Round Table, 12 lots (coloured), acreages given, scale 1 chain to 1 inch, both plans by C Webster, Surveyor, Kendal.1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/37Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Henry Addison, gent., on the surrender of George Braithwaite.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.22 May 1787Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/50Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearEldred Vincent Morris Curwen and Henry Fraser Curwen, both of Workington Hall, esqs., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.1870Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/14Conveyance of customary holme or island in Lake Windermere1. John Thompson of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, 2. William Thompson of same place, yeoman, and Mary Thompson his wife, 3. Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg, same parish, esquire. Consideration £31 1s.13 Feb 1758Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/34-35Conveyance by lease and release of a fishery, char road and fishing boat in Middle Cubble, WindermereJohn Robinson of of Bowness, Windermere, fisherman, to John Christian of Workington Hall, esq. Consideration £105.13-14 Feb 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/40Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Richard Addison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., eldest son and heir of Henry Addison, gent., and Jane Addison his widow, both deceased.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.21 Jun 1837Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/5Conveyance of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereRobert Collinson of Borwick Fold, Nether Staveley, Kendal, yeoman, to John Daws of Bowness, Windermere, yeoman, reciting reversion of fishery from Thomas Dixon to Robert Collinson. Consideration £50 14s.8 Oct 1730Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/13Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower CubblesJohn Floyer of the Island, Windermere, esq., to Thomas Barlow of Salford, esq. Consideration £600.23 Nov 1752Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/52Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearJohn Vickerman Longbourne and others, and Henry Fraser Curwen, of Workington Hall, esq., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.8 May 1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/53Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake Windermere (location specified) for one yearJohn Vickerman Longbourne and others, and Henry Fraser Curwen, of Workington Hall, esq., to Edward Borwick of the Ferry Hotel, Hawkshead, inn keeper.8 May 1875Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/27Draft conveyance of customary premises of two small islands in Lake Windermere called Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £47 10s. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778.1782Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/30Release of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., and 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., to 3. Henry Addison of Penrith, gent. Consideration £1769 10s.1 Jan 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/42Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.28 Aug 1844Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/7Copy decree in the court of chancery. Frances Hutton, widow, plaintiff , vs Thomas Braithwaite and others, defendants.Legal opinion on case concerning Frances Phillipson, heir to Christopher Phillipson regarding property on Lake Windermere (Long Holme and other islands)18 Jun 1737Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/9Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower CubblesThomas Braithwaite and John Braithwaite, both of Hollin Hall, Westmorland, gents., to John Floyer of Longdon, Staffs., esq. Consideration £450.26 Jan 1750Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/44Manor of Applethwaite of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Jane Bean (formerly Jane Addison spinster), wife of William Henry Bean of Holford Square, Islington, gent., upon the decease of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme.15 Mar 1859Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/41Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.28 Aug 1844Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/4Lease of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereThomas Dixon of Falbarrow, Windermere, Westmorland yeoman, to Thomas Roberts of Green, same parish, fisherman, for the life of Thomas Roberts at £1 14s annual rent and further free rent of 6s 8d.17 Jan 1723Whitehaven
WDX 1720Miscellaneous photographs [reprints] of flying boats on Windermere [including Waterhen ML814 and DP176] and lakeland scenesAlso one of Whitehaven record office taken from a planundatedKendal
WDX 1778/2Steam launch 'Comet' Estimates, bills, inspection report etc. 1904-1906Kendal
DCU/4/489/45Copy entry for the burial of John Harrison in the parish of Penrith on 3 Nov 1848.19 Sep 1859Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/6Conveyance of half of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereJohn Daws of Bowness, Windermere, fisherman, to his son Robert Daws of Bowness. Consideration £24 10s.1 May 1732Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/47Faculty of the Archdeaconry of Richmond granting John Christian Curwen of Belle Isle, Windermere, licence to erect a pew in Windermere Parish Church28 Jul 1796Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/46Copy certificate of the marriage of Jane Addison, spinster, to William Henry Bean, solicitor's clerk, at St Andrew's, Holborn, London on 24 Jan 1855.24 Sep 1859Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/15Copy will of Thomas Barlow of Salford, gentlemanTestator bequeathed his Island of Windermere to his brother, with bequests charged thereon to his nephews and niece. Will proved 12 Mar 1764, copy examined 27 Nov 1771.2 Jan 1761Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/3Conveyance of fishery in the Middle Cubble of Lake WindermereThomas Roberts of Green, Windermere, Westmorland, fisherman, to Thomas Dixon of Falbarrow, same parish, yeoman. Consideration £34.10 Jan 1723Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/1Copy conveyance of two ferry boats on Windermere, land between Slippery Crag and Nab End, and the island of Crow HolmeWilliam Rawlinson of Graythwaite, Lancs., gent., to William Braithwaite of Satterhow, Hawkshead, Lancs., yeoman. Consideration £170.5 Jun 1707Whitehaven
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
DCU/4/489/17Quitclaim of receipt legacies of legacies of the late Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent., of £300 charged on his Island of WindermereBy the testator's niece and nephews John Barlow of Manchester, apothecary, Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent., and Sarah Withington and her husband William Withington of Salford, hatter.23 Mar 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/18Conveyance of customary premises of three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower Cubbles1. Robert Barlow of Salford, gent., devisee of the will of his late brother Thomas Barlow of Salford, gent.and 2. John Barlow of Manchester, apothecary, heir at law of the said Thomas Barlow to 3. Thomas English of Southwark, founder. Consideration: £1050.25 Mar 1772Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/20-21Mortgage and counterpart mortgage of customary premises in Windermere: a messuage and tenement called Birthwaite; three islands in Lake Windermere called the Island or Long Holme, and Small Holme and Ing Holme and two fisheries in the Middle and Lower Cubbles; messuage and tenement called Fusethwaite; another fishery in Middle Cubble; fiftieth share (£1000) in the capital stock of £50,000 of the Warkworth, Rotton, Mawbray and the Gnoll Copper Company1. Thomas English of St Pancras, London, founder to 2. Stephen Lushington of Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, esq. Recital of bond of same date for party (2) to lend (1) the sum of £2000 secured on premises of (1) recited above, and that both parties are co-partners in the company of Warkworth, Rotton, Mawbray and the Gnoll Copper Company, articles of agreement, 29 Sep 1774, and parties thereof recited. To be redeemed by (1) on payment of £2000 with interest at five per cent per annum.16 Feb 1776Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/23Conveyance of customary premises of the Great Island or Long Holme in Lake Windermere1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison late of Workington, now of Gray's Inn, London, gent. Consideration £1722. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778, and sale of the Great Island by Messrs Christie and Ansell of London to Henry Addison by public auction, 30 May 1781. With schedule of relating deeds and papers, 1719-1778.12 Jul 1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/24Draft conveyances of customary premises of the Great Island or Long Holme in Lake Windermere1. Stephen Lushington of Harley Street, London, esq., 2. Thomas Braithwaite of Lewisham, Kent, esq., 3. Henry Addison late of Workington, now of Gray's Inn, London, gent. Consideration £1722. Recital of mortgage of Thomas English's three islands of Windermere for £2000 paid by Stephen Lushington, 16 Feb 1778, and sale of the Great Island by Messrs Christie and Ansell of London to Henry Addison by public auction, 30 May 1781. With schedule of relating deeds and papers, 1719-1778.1781Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/36Articles of agreement for improvements to be made to Belle Isle, Windermere, within 10 yearsbetween John Christian, Workington, and Thomas White, Ritford, Nottinghamshire. Thomas White to 1) keep up the banks of Belle Isle and two other islands in good repair against floods, tend and replenish plantations of trees on the islands, plant flowers and plants in the appropriate places and mow and tend areas inclosed for grass not intended for sheep pasture. 2) John Christian to pay Thomas White £1000 over the ten years by equal payments half yearly, he to also prepare the lawns for White for sowing with grass seed to certain specifications therein and also to provide White with a house, grass carts, wheelbarrows, a horse, an engine for watering, also to provide a certain fence and hedge and provide White with a flat-bottomed boat for cutting the reeds.24 Jun 1786Whitehaven
DCU/4/489/43Manor of Undermillbeck of the Richmond Fee: Admittance of Jane Bean (formerly Jane Addison spinster), wife of William Henry Bean of Holford Square, Islington, gent., upon the decease of John Harrison of Mecklenburgh Square, London, gent., Richard Addison of same place, deceased, having devised the premises to his daughter Jane Addison and John Harrison.To customary premises of the ferry across the Water of Windermere with passenger shelter and land between Slippery Crag and the Nab or Point in Windermere.15 Mar 1859Whitehaven
WDSO 42Westmorland/Cumbria South Girl Guides1912-2010Kendal
WDLHLeonard HaytonSolicitors' papers; firm's records, deeds, client's papers etc. Includes records of H W Dobson, solicitor and T O and J K Jackson, solicitors. Unsorted.
Located: h/41/28/2 and h/41/29/1-6,8,13,15-16
19th-20th CenturyKendal
LDSPBLake District Special Planning Board and Lake District National Park AuthorityRecords include: minutes and annual reports 1951-2001, Development plans 1953-1986, traffic management reports 1961-1978, Road improvement schemes 1970-1972, listed buildings 1968-1975, visitor surveys 1965-1977, seal registers and mortgage transfers 1951-1985 and other papers.
1951-2016Kendal
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