Place codePAX137
Full place name entryAppleby/Appleby/East Ward/Westmorland
Place NameAppleby
Area2Appleby
Area3East Ward
Area4Westmorland
Grid RefNY6820

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CQPBO/2/2/2Copies of other court's bastardy orders1878Whitehaven
WQ/A/13Ground plan of gaol and court house at ApplebyArchitect: Joseph Bintley, County Surveyor, Kendal. Scale: 10ft to 1 inch.[1873]Kendal
WQ/A/10Ground plan of county gaol at ApplebyWith proposed additions [by Francis Webster]. Scale: 20ft. to 1 inchundated [c1813]Kendal
WQ/A/11Plan of upper floor of Appleby gaol[by Francis Webster]. Scale: 20ft to 1 inchundatedKendal
WQ/A/12Ground plan of gaol, court houses and house of correction at Applebyshowing intended alterations and additions [by Francis Webster]. Scale: 10ft to 1 inch.1824Kendal
WQ/RPE/3/6Poll book : ApplebyAppleby nos. 1, 2 and 31832Kendal
WQ/O/11Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1786-1798Kendal
WQ/O/4Order books: ApplebyAppleby1699-1724Kendal
WQ/O/13Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1817-1824Kendal
WDRC/8/32/1Appleby, St Michael tithe map and apportionment19 Apr 1843Kendal
WDSO 399Westmorland Conservative and Unionist Association: Appleby branchMinutes 1939-2002; balance sheet summaries 1959-1996; analysis of receipts and expenditure 1985-19951939-2002Kendal
WQ/O/14Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1824-1834Kendal
WDEC 2St Anne's Hospital, ApplebyDeeds and property records, Minutes, photographs, correspondence, financial and other records13th century-1981Kendal
WQ/O/3Order books: ApplebyAppleby1675-1699Kendal
WQ/O/16Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1876-1889 - Kendal 1876-19241876-1924Kendal
WQ/O/10Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1780-1786 - Kendal 1780-17871780-1787Kendal
WDRC/8/26Appleby, St Lawrence tithe map and apportionment19 Apr 1843Kendal
WQ/O/12Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1811-1817Kendal
WQ/O/15Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1839-1876Kendal
WQ/AH/24Highway Diversions: Garbridge Footpath (Bongate, Appleby)Stopping up of Garbridge Footpath, Bongate, Appleby: Plan by Robert Coates of Appleby, solicitor's clerk (scale 300 feet to 1 inch), 1871;

Notice from John Alcock Heelis, landowner, to Surveyors of Highways, 10 May 1871;

Notice to summon meeting of vestry, 13 May 1871;

Notice from vestry to Surveyors of Highways, 14 May 1871;

Notice of surveyors to apply to quarter sessions, 20 May 1871;

Copies of Westmorland Gazette containing required notice, 27 May 1871, 3 June 1871, 10 June 1871, 17 June 1871;

Deposition of Witnesses, 30 June 1871;

Order, 20 October 1871.
1871Kendal
WDS 71Appleby County Primary SchoolAppleby County Primary School was built in 1910 on Station Road, Appleby as the new Central Council School replacing the Appleby British School and the Bongate National School, opening on 17 October 1910. Bongate National School was erected in 1844 on a site given by the Earl of Lonsdale, with a master's house built in 1863 at the expense of Miss Ann Newell Hill of Castle Bank. Appleby St Lawrence British School was erected in Chapel Street in 1849 and enlarged in 1875. A third school, St Lawrence Girls and Infants School was built in 1871 on a site given by the Earl of Lonsdale in High Wiend and opened on 19 February 1872; it closed on 19 December 1963 and joined up with the Central Primary School.

Log books (10) 1863-1988; Manager's minute books (2) 1903-1961; Admission registers (8) 1871-1963; Form 9 returns, 1899-1939 (3); Inspection reports, 1862-1963; Gifts of Robert Wilkinson and Thomas Dent, 1861; plan of base and boiler house, 1911-1939
1863-1973Kendal
WDSO 385Appleby and District Stick and Wheel ClubMinute book 1967-20131967-2013Kendal
WDX 1834Appleby Grammar School PhotographsPhotographs of school trip to Paris 1959; CCF 1955-1957; HMS Pinafore cast 1968; Cast of Our Town, undated; aerial photograph of school, undated; staff photograph, undated; Edgar Hinchcliffe and Marion Aspinall, undated. Also programme for Quarter cententury Open Day1957-1974Kendal
WDSO 381Appleby Engineering SocietyMinutes 1948-1995; AGM 1957-1990; video - Shaw process precision steel castings; notice of talk 1991; correspondence and programmes files 1985-1986, 1986-1987, 1987-1988, 1988-1989, 1989-1990, 1990-1991, 1992-1993, 1993-1994, 1994-1995; Rules with syllabuses 1956-1990c.1948-c.1993Kendal
BDHJ/398/1/34Transfer of mortgage and reconveyance Transfer of mortgage: 17 Jun 1863

1) Magdalen Agnes Gandy of Oaksland, Windermere, Westmorland, Widow; Henry Gandy of Eden Grove near Appleby, Westmorland, Esquire; Thomas Harrison of Kendal, Attorney-at-Law, and John Parkin of Kendal, Westmorland , Manager of the Bank of Westmorland

2) The Reverend John Romney of Whitestock Hall, Colton, Lancaster, Clerk in the Holy Orders

3) Thomas Willcock of Quarry Howe, Windermere, Squire and Francis Webster of Kendal, Westmorland, Marble Manufacturer

Consideration: £2000

Premises: All that messuage, tenement and estate called and commonly known by the name of Crooks Higher Crames and Haybridge estates, lying and being in Colton, Lancaster

Signatures and seals: Magdalen Agnes Gandy, Henry Gandy, Thomas Harrison, John Parkin, John Romney, Thomas Willcock & Francis Webster

Witnesses: Colin Munro, Joseph Ellwood & D. Harrison

Reconveyance: 9 Nov 1872

1) Thomas Wilcock, Francis Webster (aforementioned)

2) John Romney (aforementioned)

Consideration: £2000

Premises: All that messuage, tenement and estate called and commonly known by the name of Crooks Higher Crames and Haybridge estate, lying and being in Colton, Lancaster

Signatures and seals: Thomas Wilcock and Francis Webster

Witness: Gilbert Procter
Jun 1863-Nov 1872Barrow
WDX 139/8Appleby Women's Institute Jubilee Scrapbookundated [20th century] Kendal
WDX 1848Handbills from Westmorland Inns and Thomas Greenwood, flour merchant of Kendal and Pennington and Middleton, ironmongers of Windermere.Inns include Kings Head Inn, Appleby, Kings Arms, Kirkby Stephen, White Swan, Brough, Salutation Inn, Ambleside, Ferry Inn, Windermere, Kings Arms, Shap and Kings Arms, Patterdale.1826-1868Kendal
WQ/A/9Appleby Gaol cash book1821-1832Kendal
WDSO 185/12Excavation and survey archive reports1999-2000Kendal
WQ/RI/41Inclosure Award: Hoff and Drybeck Hoff and Drybeck (St. Laurence, Appleby). Act: 18231830Kendal
WDS 46Appleby Grammar SchoolThe origins of Appleby Grammar School lie in the three chantries established in the town's two medieval churches; those of the Blessed Virgin Mary (founded c1260 by William de Goldyngton, Mayor of Appleby) and of St. Nicholas (founded in 1334 by Robert de Threlkeld), both in the Church of St. Lawrence, and that of the Virgin Mary (founded by William L'English before 1344) in the Church of St. Michael, Bongate. These chantries, constituted to celebrate masses for the souls of their founders, were also endowed (as deeds of 1478 and 1518 [WSMB/A] and 1533 show) with monies for the maintenance of salaried priests who gave instruction to the boys of the town, initially in the church itself. The first specific mention of a school occurs in a deed of 1452/53, when John Marshall, then appointed Vicar of St. Michael's sold to Thomas Lord Clifford a burgage in Appleby "extending in length to a certain narrow street called school house gate".
The school was not severely affected by the passing of the Chantries Act in 1547, its revenues being replaced by a grant payable from the income of the Rectory of Crosby Ravensworth, and further bequests were made from the wills of Robert Langton (Archdeacon of Dorset 1486-1514 and educated in Appleby) and Miles Spenser (d. 1569). These legacies enabled the Borough to purchase Royal Letters Patent in 1574 and so provide a firm basis for the continued establishment and survival of the Grammar School, by instituting ten governors to manage its revenues and appoint a master and under-master. The incumbant headmaster in 1574, John Boste, later a Catholic convert and martyr (and canonised in 1970) was followed in 1580 by Reginald Bainbrigg, a considerable scholar, who made tours of Hadrian's Wall in 1599 and 1601 and corresponded with William Camden and Sir Robert Cotton on antiquarian matters. On his death (c.1613) he bequeathed some 295 volumes to the school library, which grew considerably in size as witnessed by the catalogues of 1656, 1782 and 1847, its funds being augmented each year by contributions from leaving pupils. The library is now in the care of the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
The records show further supplements to the Master's incomes were derived from the rentcharge of £20 from the Manor of Newton Garths, Co. Durham (purchased in 1575), the rents of New Hall, Sandford (purchased in 1684) and the tithes of Drybeck (first leased in 1661 to the Governors). More recently, two former pupils James Whitehead (Lord Mayor of London 1888-89) and John Percival (Bishop of Hereford 1895-1918) provided important legacies to the school. The school archives also display the long connection between the school and Queen's College Oxford, whose foundation statutes in 1341 permitted the preference of natives of Cumberland and Westmorland. The school devised the appointment of Masters onto the college provost in 1671, and the majority of Masters between 1573 and 1886 were Queen's graduates. The creation of Hastings scholarships in 1739 allowed further opportunities for Appleby boys to attend the college.
When eventually, the fifteenth century "little school" in School House Close, Chapel Lane, became inadequate, Reginald Bainbrigg acquired land in Pear Tree Garth for the construction of a new school, completed around 1607. A Head Master's house facing "School Wynde" (now Low Wiend) was constructed in 1671. Further extensions and modifications to provide boarding accommodation were made in 1826. Official criticism of the school in 1869 by the Schools Inquiry Commission revealed an uncertain future as a high grade classical school. In 1868 there were only 16 pupils attending but by 1880 there were 80 boardeds alone. Fruitless proposals were made by the governors to rebuild and amend the existing buildings, and in 1887 construction of a new school was completed at Battlebarrow, on the outskirts of the town, on a site provided by land purchased from St. Anne's Hospital and Lord Hothfield. A new scheme for the administration of the school along more modern lines was implemented in 1891. Thereafter, there followed a steady growth in pupil numbers, from 45 in 1887, 68 in 1914, 135 in 1940 to 170 in 1955, when girls were first admitted. In 1960, the school became a comprehensive institution and expanded rapidly, so that by 1974, 400 years after the establishment of the Elizabethan post-chantry Grammar School, there were over 560 pupils on the school roll.
1490-1989Kendal
WQ/RS/F/4Freemasons: Eden Valley Lodge (no. 802)Return of members of Eden Valley Lodge, no. 802, Appleby.1868Kendal
WQ/O/9Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1770-1780Kendal
WQ/O/8Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1760-1770Kendal
WQ/O/7Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby - Kendal1750-1760Kendal
WQ/O/6Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1737-1750 - Kendal 1738-17501737-1750Kendal
WQ/O/5Order books: Appleby & KendalAppleby and Kendal1725-1737Kendal
WQ/M/35Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1890-1916Kendal
WQ/M/34Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1886-1889Kendal
WQ/M/33Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1876-1885Kendal
WQ/M/32Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1859-1875Kendal
WQ/M/31Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1839-1859Kendal
WQ/M/30Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1830-1839Kendal
WQ/M/29Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby & Kendal1825-1838Kendal
WQ/M/28Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby and Kendal1828-1830Kendal
WQ/M/27Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby and Kendal1825-1827Kendal
WQ/M/26Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby and Kendal1824-1825Kendal
WQ/M/25Minute Books: Appleby and Kendal1822-1823Kendal
WQ/M/24Minute Books: Appleby & KendalAppleby and Kendal1820-1822Kendal
WQ/M/23Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1818-1820Kendal
WQ/M/22Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1817-1818Kendal
WQ/M/21Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1816-1817Kendal
WQ/M/20Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1814-1816Kendal
WQ/M/19Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1813-1814Kendal
WQ/M/18Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1811-1813Kendal
WQ/M/17Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1810-1811Kendal
WQ/M/16Minute Books: Appleby & Kendal1809-1810Kendal
WQ/M/15Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1809Kendal
WQ/M/14Minute Book: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1808; Kendal 1808-18091808-1809Kendal
WQ/M/13Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1807-1808Kendal
WQ/M/11Minute Book: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1805-1806; Kendal 1804-18061804-1806Kendal
WQ/M/10Minute Book: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1805; Kendal 1804-18051804-1805Kendal
WQ/M/9Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1780-1804Kendal
WQ/M/8Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1775-1780Kendal
WQ/M/7Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1771-1774Kendal
WQ/M/6Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1761-1766Kendal
WQ/M/5Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1759-1771Kendal
WQ/M/4Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1756-1758Kendal
WQ/M/3Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1752-1756Kendal
WQ/M/2Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1747-1752Kendal
WQ/M/1Minute Book: Appleby & Kendal1733-1737Kendal
WQ/I/16Indictment book: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1852-1878; Kendal 1852-19021852-1902Kendal
WQ/I/15Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1839-1852Kendal
WQ/I/14Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1824-1834Kendal
WQ/I/13Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1817-1824Kendal
WQ/I/12Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1811-1817Kendal
WQ/I/11Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1780-1787Kendal
WQ/I/10Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1770-1780Kendal
WQ/I/9Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1760-1770Kendal
WQ/I/8Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1750-1760Kendal
WQ/I/7Indictment book: Appleby & Kendal1738-1750Kendal
WQ/I/6Indictment book: Appleby & KendalAppleby 1727-1737; Kendal 1725-17381725-1738Kendal
WQ/I/5Indictment book: Appleby1703-1724Kendal
WQ/I/2Indictment book: Appleby1661-1685Kendal
WQ/SR/2/1Appleby: Michaelmas: Petitions roll: StybarrowPetition of highway surveyors of Hartsop and Patterdale to receive payment for work done at Stybarrow[1726]Kendal
WQ/RLT/East/3East Ward: Appleby, [St. Lawrence], BurrellsAppleby, [St. Lawrence], Burrells; 1765, 1773, 1790, 1823, 1829.1765-1829Kendal
WQ/RLT/East/2East Ward: ApplebyAppleby; 1765, 1773, 1790, 1823, 1829.1765-1829Kendal
WQ/RLT/East/4East Ward: Appleby, [St. Lawrence], ScattergateAppleby, [St. Lawrence], Scattergate; 1765, 1773, 1790, 1823, 1829.1765-1829Kendal
WQ/RLT/East/5East Ward: Appleby, Bongate [ St. Michael]Appleby, Bongate [or St. Michael]; 1765, 1773, 1790, 1823, 1829.1765-1829Kendal
WDSO 185/9Excavation and survey archive reports1997-1998Kendal
WDRC/13/1Plan of St Michael, Appleby, churchyardPlan showing approximate positions of gravestones in churchyard of St Michael, Appleby, in connection with application for faculty for removal of the same necessitated by construction of entrance road and vehicle park.
With list of tombstones to be removed.
Jun 1978Kendal
WDRC/6/2/1Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1665-6; 1668-70; 1673-4; 1676; 1679-1680; 1685-6; 1688-95; 1702; 1705-18121665-1812Kendal
WDRC/6/2/2Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1813-1820Kendal
WDRC/6/2/3Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1821-1830Kendal
WDRC/6/2/4Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1831-1840Kendal
WDRC/6/2/5Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1841-1850Kendal
WDRC/6/2/6Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1851-1860Kendal
WDRC/6/2/7Appleby St Lawrence bishops' transcripts1861-1869Kendal
WDRC/6/3/1Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1665-1682; 1690-16911665-1691Kendal
WDRC/6/3/2Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1699-1710Kendal
WDRC/6/3/3Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1711-1730Kendal
WDRC/6/3/4Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1731-1750Kendal
WDRC/6/3/5Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1751-1753; 1755-17801751-1780Kendal
WDRC/6/3/6Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1781-1795Kendal
WDRC/6/3/7Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1796-1805Kendal
WDRC/6/3/8Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1806-1812Kendal
WDRC/6/3/9Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1813-1820Kendal
WDRC/6/3/10Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1821-1830Kendal
WDRC/6/3/11Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1831-1840Kendal
WDRC/6/3/12Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1841-1850Kendal
WDRC/6/3/13Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1851-1860Kendal
WDRC/6/3/14Appleby St Michael bishops' transcripts1861-1870Kendal
WDX 405/7Probate of will of Thomas Gate of Whitehaven, yeomanWill made 11 Jan 1730. Proved at Prerogative Court of York, 30 Mar 1731.
Bequests:-
To Jane Rogerson, half sister, £50, and to each of her sons £50.
To Ann Petty of Soulby, half sister 1s, and to her son, George Petty 1s.
To Thomas Gate of Renwick, Cumberland, cousin £20 and to his daughter Annah Willis £20.
To William Bird of Crosby Garrett, clerk, cousin, and Isabella his wife, all that manor of Crosby Garrett with appurtenances and all that water corn mill with appurtenances called Crosby Garrett Mill and Kiln belonging with appurtenances, and also all that advowson of rectory of Crosby Garrett and to heirs male of her body.
To Martha Nicholson, cousin £200 and pew in old church of Whitehaven and all the plate, pewter, brass, iron, chest of drawers, linen, beds and bedding with furniture belonging, chairs, clock, looking glasses, brewing lead or kettle and vessell belonging.
To William Bird of Crosby Garrett, clerk, cousin and Isabella his wife, all that estate at Helsington with all appurtenances and also burgae house, stable, garden and garth in Appleby and land in Bongate with appurtenances and all other messuages and lands whatsoever, and messuage called Grate in Helsington.
To Mary Palmer servant £20.
Executor (and residuary legatee): said William Bird, cousin.
Witnesses: William Hicks, William Stephenson.
30 Mar 1731Kendal
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