Place codePAX72
Full place name entryCockermouth/Cumberland
Place NameCockermouth
Area4Cumberland

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ReferenceTitleDescriptionDateArchive centre
YDS 66/1Box of TimeDocuments collected by school pupils as part of a Cumbria Archive Service project to mark the millennium2000Whitehaven
YSPC 24/1Minute Books - Whitehaven
YDSO 69/1Members' Handbooks1998-2000Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2Financial RecordsWhitehaven
YSPC 24/2/18AccountsAccounts: Financial comparisons; Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre cash sheets; papers relating to sundry debtors. File 2 of 2.Apr 1997-Mar 1998Whitehaven
YDS 66/1/4Riddles and listList of games, toys etc2000Whitehaven
YDS 66/1/3'Pogs' game, with instructions by pupil overleaf2000Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/8Proofs of 1995 edition of J B Bradbury's 'History of Cockermouth'1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/7Notes relating to newspapers, libraries and museums, education, old grammar school and religion1960s -1995Whitehaven
YDSO 69/1/1Members' Handbook1998Whitehaven
YDSO 69/1/3Members' Handbook2000Whitehaven
YDSO 69/1/2Members' Handbook1999Whitehaven
YDX 335/2Photographs (colour) of various bridges in West Cumbriaundated 1980s-1990sWhitehaven
YDX 326/2/3Transcript of log book of All Saints National SchoolWith occasional notes from printed town histories (printed from floppy disk reference YDX 326/2/1)1869-1881Whitehaven
YDX 326/2/4Transcript of log book of All Saints National SchoolWith occasional notes from printed town histories (printed from floppy disk reference YDX 326/2/1)1881-1902Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/6AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1988-Mar 1989Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/7AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1989-Mar 1990Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/15AccountsAccounts: Budget estimates; bank reconciliations; income and expenditure transactions; financial comparisons with related papers. File 1 of 2.Apr 1996-Mar 1997Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/19AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts; statement of balances; financial summaries and reconciliations with related papers. File 1 of 2.Apr 1998-Mar 1999Whitehaven
DH/445/2Bill from Jonathan Harris, flax spinners and linen thread makers of Cockermouth1850Whitehaven
DH/445/1Memorial cardIn memory of John Rigg, 1794-1843 of Cockermouth.circa 1843Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/7Vouchers to Mr and Mrs Wilson for household and personal goodsWilsons lived at Castlegate, Fell View and then Lorton Road1918-1932Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/8Vouchers to the Banks family, Castlegate, Cockermouth(The Banks were the landlords of Mr and Mrs Arthur Wilson)1919-1922Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/2Miscellaneous vouchers from Cockermouth suppliersincluding a notice and letter regarding railway times and fares for May Festival at Cockermouth (1897)1897Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/6Vouchers and letters to the cinema in Cockermouth, mainly from local suppliers1913-1932Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/9Voucher for the supply of clothingto the All Saints Sunday School Children's Clothing Society (7 children named)1922Whitehaven
DH/445/6'The Mishaps of a Cockermuth Worthy' by T Brown1855Whitehaven
DH/445/7Letter re cost of administering the will of Thomas Harrison of Great Broughton1899Whitehaven
DH/445/8Signed concert programme by Sandy MacPherson, organist at Lorton Street Methodist Church1952Whitehaven
DH/445/3Report of Cockermouth Ladies District Visiting and Relief Society1853Whitehaven
DH/445/9Miscellaneous engravingsMostly of Cockermouth Castle1783-1832Whitehaven
DH/445/4Invitation to the annual general meeting of Cockermouth New Market.1870Whitehaven
YDSO 78/1Rules and ordersRules and orders of Cockermouth Book Club, published by F Jollie, Carlisle, 1794.20 Jul 1785Whitehaven
YDSO 78/2Rules and ordersColour photocopy of YDSO 78/1. Please use this item for production and copying.20 Jul 1785Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/9AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1991-Mar 1992Whitehaven
YDX 439/5Sullart Street, CockermouthArchaeological assessment report on Sullart Street Depot, Cockermouth, by the Egerton Lea Consultancy.Dec 2003Whitehaven
DH/445/10'A New Song Entitled the Devil and the Member'James Bennett, printer? 1832Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/13AccountsAccounts: Financial comparisons; Income and expenditure transactions; VAT reports; Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre cash sheets. File 1 of 2.Apr 1995-Mar 1996Whitehaven
CQPWO/2Court minute booksThese are unindexed, apart from Item 30. They include juvenile court business; also magistrates; oaths of office (front cover).1924-1968Whitehaven
CQPWO/1Court Registers1906-1975Whitehaven
YPR 38/3/1Terrier1867Whitehaven
YPR 38/3/3Terrier1908Whitehaven
YDB 71/4Land registration certificate for Derwent MillsRelates to an easement for a soil drain across a mill race and roadway.1952Whitehaven
YDB 28/2/4Printed Report and Balance Sheets1968-2004Whitehaven
YPR 26/232Minutes of the Parish Magazine Committee1962Whitehaven
YDB 71/2Abstract of conveyance between Caldbeck Wesley Murray and Millers (Great Yarmouth) LtdRelates to Derwent Mills, Cockermouth1950Whitehaven
YDX 629/21Bootle and District Agricultural SocietyWhitehaven
DH/445/5Annual reports of Cockermouth Mechanics' Institute1892-1893Whitehaven
YDSO 114Cockermouth Female SocietyRules and Orders1786Whitehaven
YDX 477Miscellaneous collection of receipts relating to T R Thomson, solicitor of Whitehaven and photographsPhotographs include woman and child outside 14 Gladstone Terrace, Cockermouth, portrait of a woman, two family groups, pageant at Barrow in Furness.[1890s]-1920Whitehaven
YPR 26/231Parish magazines1895, 1899, 1904, 1935, 1957 - 19741895-1974Whitehaven
YPR 38/3/2Terrier1894Whitehaven
YDX 481Account of journey from Cockermouth to Manchester and subsequent stay by Joseph GravesJourney taken by Joseph Grave, Aunt Francis Grave and Miss Mawson of the Goat, near Cockermouth. Includes details of stay in Manchester to see Joseph Grave's brother, visits to friends and relations and includes some contemporary descriptions of Manchester. With copy letter on behalf of Duke of Wellington at back.1837Whitehaven
DH/445/12Pars pro toto ....... Items from a private autobiographyBrash Bros.,19171917Whitehaven
YDB 71Millers (Great Yarmouth) Ltd, shoe and slipper manufacturersAbstract of title, conveyance, deed of grant and correspondence concerning easement of soil drain at Derwent Mill, Cockermouth.1950-1966Whitehaven
DBH/16/23/7Gilgarran EstateGilgarran Estate
Dyon Side Farm
Robert Robertson and Edmund Jackson, Whitehaven
75 × 59
½" to 100'
Dyon Side, Tithe Barn; Cleator and Workington Railway, Rowrah branch; some fields and woodland with reference to acreages; Whitehaven to Cockermouth road.
1899Whitehaven
YDB 71/3Deed of grant from Millers (Great Yarmouth) Ltd to the Minister of WorksRelates to an easement for a soil drain across a mill race and roadway.1952Whitehaven
DH/445/11List of candidates and those elected with number of votes cast1864Whitehaven
DH/445Cockermouth miscellaneous itemsVarious items, the only connection between which seems to be Cockermouth.1783-1952Whitehaven
YDSO 110/1Souvenirs1921, 1924Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/10Vouchers from Arthur Wilson's shop to his wife1920sWhitehaven
YSPC 24/1/5Minute BooksMinute Book (signed) of the meetings of Cockermouth Town Council, 7 May 2003-16 Dec 2004 and of annual parish meeting, 10 May 2004.May 2003-Dec 2004Whitehaven
YSPC 24/1/3Minute BookMinute Book (signed) of the meetings of Cockermouth Town Council, 13 May 1992-18 Apr 2001, and of annual parish meetings, 10 May 1992-8 May 2001.May 1992-May 2001Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/17AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts; statement of balances, with related papers; financial summaries and reconciliations. File 1 of 2.Apr 1997-Mar 1998Whitehaven
YSPC 24/1/2Minute BookMinute Book (signed) of the meetings of Cockermouth Town Council (Jan 1984-Apr 1992), and annual parish meetings (May 1984-May 1992).Jan 1984-May 1992Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/2/2Account book1940-1943, with loose accounts to 19481940-1948Whitehaven
YSPC 24/1/4Minute BookMinute Book (signed) of the meetings of Cockermouth Town Council, 9 May 2001-23 Apr 2003 and of annual parish meeting, 28 Apr 2003.May 2001-Apr 2003Whitehaven
YDSO 110Cockermouth Golf ClubSouvenirs1921, 1924Whitehaven
YDX 552Engravings, printsBowness, Grasmere, Coniston Water, Penryn Castle, Lancaster Castle, Lancaster, Langdale Pikes, Carlisle, Cockermouth19th centuryWhitehaven
YDB 79/38Cockermouth Main StreetFeb 2014Whitehaven
YPR 26/229Printed circular relating to the rating of tithes1840Whitehaven
YPR 26/230Redemption certificate and covering letter1920Whitehaven
YDB 62John Bowe, grocer, CockermouthCash book, 1857-1863; Day book, 1857-1863; ledgers (2), 1847-1855, 1884-1893.1847-1893Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/5Photographs relating to Industry (1): Tweed Mill; Armstrong Site and South Street; Armstrong Site Low Station Road and Horsman Street,Fairfield Auction Mart; 72 Main Street; brewery; foundry, windmill; Brick Works; Park House Wheel; miscellaneous Cockermouth; Wythop Mill, Silicon Works; Stott Park Bobbin Mill; Cumbria; outside Cumbria; Simonscales and Southwaite Mills; Double Mill and Badgkin Mill; Rubby Banks Mill; High Tom Rudd Tannery and Low Tom Rudd Tannery; Little Mill; Tweed Mill; St Helen's Tannery; Waste Lane Warehouse; Croft Mill Hat Factory area; Lower Cocker; Wharton's Mill; Graves Mill; Derwent Mill; Gote Mills Race; High Gote Mill James Walker; Fitz Mill and Low Gote Mill.20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 629/13Cockermouth and District Agricultural Society1990-1994Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/11Photographs of 1968 Survey: Low Road; Gote Road; Wakefield Road and Beck Lane; Spittal Ing; Crown Street; New Street estate; Sullart Street;Gallowbarrow and Swicketts Court; Main Street North West Side; Bridge Street; Main Street South West Side; High Sands Lane and Waterloo Street; Main Street North East Side; Main Street South East Side; Station Street and Station Road; Fern Bank; South Street and Fairfield; Challoner Street; Cocker Bridge and Market Place; Castlegate Northside; Market Place: Northside and Southside; St Helens Street; Kirkgate; Cocker Lane; Skinner Street; Tweedmill Lane and Victoria Road; River Cocker and bridges; River Derwent.1968Whitehaven
YDX 310/5Photographs of CockermouthThese photographs are of Cockermouth, the surrounding area and related subjects, taken or acquired by Bernard Bradbury. The photographs, which number in the thousands, are housed in 11 boxes, each of which relates to a particular subject area. The photographs are then subdivided into related topics with labelled divider cards. These labels are listed in full to indicate the full range of subjects covered by this photographic collection.

The photographs were mostly taken between 1960 and 1990 but there are also copies of older photographs and postcards.
1960s-1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/6Arthur Wilson, shopkeeper and cinema secretary, CockermouthThe series largely comprises vouchers from local suppliers which relate to Mr Wilson, his jobs and interests, and his domestic life. Many of the vouchers have detailed letterheads and have been encapsulated in plastic by Mr Bradbury.1897-1922Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/4Notes relating to names and spellings, early descriptions, size, families and individuals, registers, population, local government, poor law, courts, crime, police, inquests, elections, taxes, militaria, charities, societies and education1960s -1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/6Photographs of Inns: St Helen's Street; Kirkgate; Skinners Arms and Sportsman, North Market Place; Market Place and Market Street; Station Street and Station Road; South Street and Challoner Street; North Main Street East; North Main Street West; South Main Street East and South Main Street West; Crown Street and Gate; Inns non Cockermouth.

Photographs of Yards:Market Place; Challoner House Yard; Old King's Arms Lane; Robinsons Court; Kirkgate; South Side of Main Street; 72 Main Street; North Side of Main Street; Spread Eagle Yard; Brewery Lane; 47 Main Street; Cocktons Yard; St Helen's Street; Castle Gale; Armstrongs to Lowther Went; Robinsons Court; 69 Main Street; Banks Court.
20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 326/2/2Floppy disk containing log books of All Saints National SchoolContains transcripts of entries from log books, along with notes from printed town histories. Also notes specific to building and maintenance of school property, health, evacuees, and school disipline1902-1949Whitehaven
YDX 326/2/1Floppy disk containing log books of All Saints National SchoolContains transcripts of entries from log books, along with notes from printed town histories1869-1902Whitehaven
YDS 66St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Cockermouth'Box of Time': records collected by school pupils to mark the millennium2000Whitehaven
YDX 310/1Notes relating to publication History of CockermouthFiles of notes1960s-1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/2Notes relating to Saxons, Normans, feudalism, baronies, border troubles, castle ownership, buildings, War of the Roses, Civil War and Jacobite rebellions of 1715 and 17451960s-1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/3Notes relating to land surveys, tithes, parks and forests, commons, enclosures, general social backgound, and miscellaneous social history, trade and industry, and towns from 11th century onwards1960s -1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/1Notes relating to sources, contents, maps, glossary, geology, prehistory, Brigantes and pre Roman, Romans and Dark Ages1960s-1995Whitehaven
YPR 12/91/7Warrant to apprehend Joshua Walker alias Joseph Simpson of Haltcliffe, waller, as alleged father of bastard female child born to Ann Wilson of Cockermouth9 Feb 1829Whitehaven
YPR 12/90/8Removal order of Ann Wilson, pregnant singlewoman, from Cockermouth to Ennerdale6 Oct 1828Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/1Photographs of Castles: distant views; exterior views; outer gate house; curtain walk; outer bailey, flag tower and estate officer's stables; inner gatehouse;ditch rooms masonry repair;inner bailey; kitchen; mirk kirk; round tower; gazebo; curtain walk; views from towers / walls; aerial plan; Wyndham Row office; hammer beam roofs; related castles - Skipton, Prudhoe, Strid, Petworth, Egremont, Rufford, Appleby,Brougham, Kendal,Naworth, Pendragon, Sizergh, Gleaston, Liddel Strengh, other.20th centuryWhitehaven
DBT/7/365CUMBERLANDWhitehaven Cleator and Egremont Railway. No Surveyor . 61 × 43. 2½" to 5 mile. Routes and reference to various railways; towns en route, including Whitehaven, Workington, Maryport, Cockermouth 1875Whitehaven
DBT/13/21/1Deed relating to Cockermouth, Lamplugh, Dean, Millom and Lorton1716Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10Cockermouth1568-1941Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/1Deeds: burgage tenement in Castlegate purchased from John Langton in 1760Includes probate will of Sarah Bowes, widow of Cockermouth, 17321664-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/2Deeds and papers: burgage tenement in Castlegate purchased from Joseph Senhouse1678-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/3Deeds: burgage tenement in Challoner Street belonging to Thomas Lydall1693-1724Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/4Deeds: burgage tenement called Challoner Garth in Challoner Lane purchased from Andrew Green in 1745Includes probate will of Lawrence Witted, yeoman of Cockermouth, 17271678 - 1759Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/6Deeds: burgage tenement in Kitty Went purchased from Obadiah Yates1676-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/16Deeds: burgage tenement in Cross Went purchased from John Mordaunt after 17411713-1741Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/7Deeds: burgage tenement in Kitty Went purchased from Frances Senhouse1693-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/10Deeds: burgage tenement in Kitty Went purchased from Isaac Smithson1715-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/25Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate belonging to John Thompson1728-1754Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/13Deeds: kiln and burgage tenement in Challoner Lane purchased from John Christian in 17531650-1797Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/12Deeds and plan: burgage tenements in Challoner Lane purchased from Joseph Senhouse in 17611664-1773Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/24Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Isaac Whitelock in 17451705-1754Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/14Deeds: burgage tenement in Challoner Lane purchased from Bridget Christian in 17451687-1813Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/15Deeds: purchase of burgage tenements in Challoner Street1772-1817Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/17Deeds: burgage tenement in Cross Went purchased from Sarah TaylorIncludes probate wills of: Jonathan Taylor, freeholder of Cockermouth (1736) and Jonathan Taylor, mercer of Cockermouth (1751)1669-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/18Deeds and papers: burgage tenement from Cross Went to Main Street purchased from Peter How1727-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/19Deeds: burgage tenement in Cross Went purchased from Henry Ramsey1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/20Stray deeds: purchase of four burgage tenements in Cross Went1761-1781Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/21Deeds: quarter burgage tenement in Kirkgate belonging to John TiffenIncludes probate will of John Williams, 16741662-1737Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/22Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate belonging to John Fell1718-1752Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/23Deeds: half a burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from James Batey1725-1753Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/26Deeds: quarter burgage stable at the Swann Inn, Kirkgate belonging to Elizabeth Lawson and Charlotte Lawson1685-1755Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/27Deeds: two burgage tenements in Kirkgate belonging to Fletcher Partis1694-1756Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/28Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Joseph Story1712-1756Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/29Deeds: quarter burgage tenement in Kirkgate belonging to John Dowson1705-1758Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/30Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Richard Radcliffe1599-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/31Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Mary Winder and Elizabeth Winder1641-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/32Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from John Woodell1646-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/33Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Isaac Beck1657-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/34Deeds (not executed): property in KirkgateIncludes probate wills of: James Bowes, maltster of Cockermouth (1742); Joseph Simpson, excise officer of Dalston, (1760)1662-1760Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/36Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from John Spedding in 1753Includes probate will of John Winder, dyer of Cockermouth, 17271686-1754Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/37Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Daniel Thompson1695-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/38Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from John Pearson1698-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/39Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from William Aiston1709-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/40Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from John Jackson1713-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/41Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Thomas LawsonIncludes probate will of Jonathan Watson, yeoman of Cockermouth, 17371718-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/42Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from John Langton in 17591719-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/43Deeds: two burgage tenements called Kirk Croft in Kirkgate belonging to William Robinson1697-1764Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/44Deeds, map and papers: burgage tenement in Kirkgate belonging to Fletcher Partis1754-1768Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/45Deeds: burgage tenement in Kirkgate purchased from Andrew Green in 17451684-1776Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/46Deeds: burgage tenements in Kirkgate1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/47Deeds: burgage tenements in Kirkgate1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/48Stray deeds: purchase of seven burgage tenements in Kirkgate1759-1823Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/49Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street above Cocker Bridge belonging to Thomas StangerIncludes probate will of Thomas Stanger, merchant of Cockermouth, 17241609-1724Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/50Deeds: barn and burgage tenement on the north side of Main Street belonging to John Mordaunt1686-1737Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/51Lease of a burgage malt kiln on the north side of Main Street1737Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/52Deeds and papers: burgage tenement in Main Street purchased from William Brownrigg1601-1753Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/53Deeds: burgage tenement on the north side of Main StreetIncludes will of George France, glover of Cockermouth, 17121659-1753Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/54Deeds: burgage tenement called Old Thatched House on the south side of Main Street purchased from John Spedding in 17531699-1754Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/55Deeds and papers: half a burgage tenement on the north side of Main StreetUsed as a Presbyterian meeting house and manse1661-1758Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/56Deeds and papers: burgage tenements in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from John Fawcett1707-1760Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/57Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street at the south-west end of Cocker Bridge purchased from Richard Thompson1597-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/58Deeds: burgage tenement on the south side of Main Street purchased from Joseph Rooke1618-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/59Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Hannah Pearson1624-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/60Deeds: burgage tenement called The Ship in Main Street purchased from Richard PlasketIncludes probate will of Philip Stanley, gentleman of Cockermouth, 17001653-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/61Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Joseph Brown1655-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/62Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Thomas France1660-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/63Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Thomas Trohear1663-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/64Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street purchased from James Satterthwaite1664-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/65Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street purchased by William Brownrigg and John Robinson in 17571668-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/66Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Richard Smith1679-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/67Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street purchased from William Thompson1679-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/68Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Thomas Steele1692-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/69Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge to the river Derwent purchased from Robert Peile1699-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/70Deeds and papers: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from James Satterthwaite1701-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/71Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Joseph Pearson1701-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/72Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchassed from Thomas Glaister1704-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/73Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from James Hudson1711-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/74Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street above Cocker Bridge purchased from Caleb Bowes1712-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/75Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Josiah Thompson1719-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/76Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from Francis Benson1723-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/77Deeds: burgage tenement on the corner of Main Street and Sand Went purchased from John Fearon1723-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/78Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from John Christian1724-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/78ADeeds: burgage between Main Street and the river Derwent purchased from Joseph Jackson1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/79Deeds: purchase of three burgage tenements in Main Street1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/80Counterpart deeds: sale of burgage tenements on the north side of Main Street1764Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/81Deeds: burgage tenement between Main Street and The Sand purchased from Anne Fearon in 17611636-1765Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/82Deeds: burgage tenement on the north side of Main Street purchased from Lawrence Witted in 17451709-1770Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/83Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street below Cocker Bridge purchased from John Mordaunt between 1741 and 17611710-1779Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/84Deeds: two burgage tenements on the north side of Main Street adjacent to Deer Orchard purchased from Dr. William Brownrigg in 17611701-1800Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/85Deeds: burgage tenement called the Black Lion on Main Street purchased from John Christian in 1753Includes probate will of George Watson, maltster of Cockermouth, 17371682-1801Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/86Deeds: burgage tenement on the north side of Main Street purchased from John Thompson between 1744 and 17591706-1801Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/87Deeds: burgage shop on Cocker Bridge purchased from John Christian in 17451674-1803Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/88Deeds: burgage tenement on the south side of Main Street purchased from John Christian in 17531690-1803Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/89Deeds: half a burgage tenement called the Hounds and Hare in Main Street purchased from Joseph Wilkinson in 17451705-1803Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/90Deeds and papers: burgage tenements 85 and 87 Main Street purchased from John Atkinson in 1761Includes original and probate wills of: Robert Webster, gentleman of Cockermouth (1693); probate will of John Atkinson, serge weaver of Cockermouth (1741)1692-1804Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/91Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/92Deeds: burgage tenement in Main Street purchased from James Bell1637-1827Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/93Deeds and papers: burgage tenement between the Market Place and the Deer Orchard purchased from Caleb Bowes1616-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/94Deeds: burgage tenement from the Corn Market to Skitterbeck purchased from Dinah BirkettIncludes probate will of George Birkett, grocer of Cockermouth, 17461621-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/95Deeds: burgage tenement between the Corn Market and the Deer Orchard purchased from Richard Baynes1656-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/96Deeds: burgage tenement in the Market Place purchased from Margaret Stephenson in 1759Includes probate will of John Peile (alias John Fodle, yeoman of Cockermouth) 16971662 - 1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/97Deeds: burgage tenement on the corner of the Market Place and Church Went purchased from Jonathan Potts1685-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/98Deeds: burgage tenement in the Market Place purchased from Richard Wilson1696-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/99Deeds: burgage tenement in the Market Place purchased from Joshua Stanger1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/101Deeds: half a burgage tenement in the Market Place purchased from John Porter in 17521689-1764Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/103Deeds: burgage tenement in the Market Place, Ship Inn, purchased from John Dunn in 17611677-1902Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/105Deeds: burgage tenement in Sand Went purchased from Stanley Leathes1667-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/108Deeds: burgage tenement in High Sand Went purchased from Joanna Thompson1706-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/114Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Ann Thompson1709-1760Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/117Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Samuel Brown1645-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/119Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Robert Stainton in 17531687-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/120Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Marston1690-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/126Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Richard Laybron1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/127Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Sarah Cape1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/128Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from William Hudson between 1733 and 1753Includes probate will of Isaac Hudson merchant of Cockermouth1676-1774Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/129Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611713-1779Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/130Deeds: burgage tenement on the north side of St. Helen's Street purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611710-1781Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/131Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611679-1784Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/132Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Christian in 17531654-1796Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/133Deeds: half a burgage garden called Green Garth in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Christian in 17531654-1800Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/134Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/135Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/136Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street1713-1822Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/137Deeds: burgage tenement adjacent to the Moot Hall purchased from Revd. Andrews1619-1736Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/138Deeds: burgage tenement near Moorgate purchased from John Mordaunt after 17371695-1737Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/139Deeds: burgage tenement at Townhead belonging to Joseph Brisco1710-1737Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/140ADeeds: two burgage tenements called the Spread Eagle belonging to Jane Gill1636-1738Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/140BDeeds: quarter burgage tenement called Buttery or Burtree Garth to the south of Skitterbeck belonging to John Brougham1721-1742Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/141Deeds: burgage tenement belonging to Mary MuncasterIncludes probate will of John Muncaster, gentleman 0f Cockermouth, 17411631-1747Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/142Deeds: burgage tenement called Cass Bay on the east side of the river Cocker belonging to John Webster1662-1749Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/143Deeds: burgage garden west of Deer Orchard purchased from Thomas Ladyman1756Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/144-145Deeds: burgage tenements in Deer Orchard,Castlegate, Bitter Beck and Kirkgate purchased from John LangtonIncludes will of John Dodgson, yeoman of Cockermouth 16601568-1759Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/146Deeds, plans and papers: burgage tenements in Main Stree, The Sand and St. Helen's Street purchased from Rebecca WalkerIncludes probate will of Henry Atkinson, glover of Cockermouth, 16701594-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/147Deeds and papers: burgage tenements in Kirkgate and St. Helen's Street purchased from Thomas Lutwidge1625-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/148Deeds and papers: burgage tenement east of the churchyardIncludes probate will of John Dodgson, yeoman of Cockermouth, 17031684-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/150Deeds: burgage tenements in Kitty Went, Main Street below Cocker Bridge and St. Helen's Street purchased from John BroughamIncludes probate will of Jonathan Thompson, yeoman of Cockermouth, 17331690-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/151Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street and the Corn Market purchased from Mary Winder and Elizabeth Winder1692-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/152Deeds: burgage tenements between the river Cocker and Skitterbeck purchased from John Harrison1705-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/153Deeds: burgage tenement of one rood purchased from Richard Richmond1719-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/154Deeds: burgage tenement between Jennings brewery and the road to the river Cocker purchased from Miles Sawrey1714-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/155Deeds: burgage tenements in Kirkgate, Main Street and adjoining Sepulchre Close1759-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/156Deeds: burgage tenements at Moorgate, Main Street, Kitty Went, Cross Street and St. Helen's Street purchased from Sir John Mordaunt in 17611761-1762Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/157Deeds and sale account: burgage tenement called Mawkin Close, Townhead belonging to John Lucock1713-1763Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/158Deeds and papers: property on the north side of Main Street belonging to John Taylor1724-1763Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/159Deeds: smithy below Cocker Bridge purchased from Jonathan Priestman1688-1769Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/160Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street and elsewhere purchased from William Brownrigg1736-1773Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/161Deeds: half a burgage tenement called Mawkin Close at Townhead purchased from John Lucock1764-1773Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/162Deeds: quarter burgage tenement purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611677-1777Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/163Deeds: burgage tenement adjacent to Long Croft purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611713-1781Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/164Deeds: half a burgage tenement called The Parrock at the east end of Cockermouth purchased from Frances Langton in 17521713-1788Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/165Deeds: burgage tenements in Sand Went, St. Helen's Street, Main Street and Kirkgate1779-1784Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/166Stray deeds: burgage tenements in various parts of Cockermouth1681-1791Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/167Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street, Parrock and Mawkin Close1789-1797Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/168Deeds: burgage tenement called Grundy Croft and a barn purchased from John Spedding in 17531734-1799Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/169Deeds: burgage tenement Tenter Garths near the confluence of the rivers Cocker and Derwent purchased from John Mordaunt between 1746 and 17631682-1803Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/170Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street, Main Street, Mawkin Close, Hay Acre, Low Curwen Close and Cross Went1800-1805Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/171Deeds: burgage tenements in various parts of the town including Main Street, St. Helen's Street and Church WentPurchased from John Robinson, John Muncaster, Dorothy Raincock and Robert Blakeney1774-1807Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/172Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street, St. Helen's Street, Parrock, Castlegate, Cross Went and Sand Went1808-1811Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/173Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street, Challoner Street, Cross Went, St. Helen's Street, the Ship Inn and Sand Went1812Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/174Deeds: burgage tenements in Cross Went and Main Street1812Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/175Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street and near the confluence of the rivers Cocker and Derwent1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/176Deeds: burgage tenements adjacent to Deer Orchard and Bailiff's Garth1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/177Deeds: burgage tenenemts in Castlegate, north of Skitterbeck and Main Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/178Deeds: burgage tenements in the Market Place, St. Helen's Street and Main Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/179Deeds: burgage tenements in Main Street and St. Helen's Street1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/180Deeds: burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street and Kirkgate1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/181Deeds: burgage tenements in Kirkgate and east of the churchyard1818Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/182Deeds: burgage tenements in Sand Went, Main Street, Challoner Street, the Corn Market and a place near the confluence of the rivers Cocker and Derwent1818-1820Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/183Deeds: burgage tenements in Kirkgate, Cross Went and Main Street1823-1827Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/184Deeds: burgage tenements in Challoner Street, Cross Went, Main Street, Mawkin Close, Kirkgate and Castlegate1829Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/186Deeds: sale of a burgage tenement in Challoner Lane1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/187Deeds: sale of a burgage tenement in Cross Went1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/188Deeds: sale of four burgage tenements in Kirkgate1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/189Deeds: sale of ten burgage tenements in Main Street1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/190Deeds: sale of a burgage tenement in Sand Went1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/191Deeds: sale of seven burgage tenements in St. Helen's Street1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/192Deeds: sale of a burgage tenement called Parrock1831Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/193Stray deed: sale of a burgage tenement in Kirkgate1849Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/194Deeds: sale of 17 burgage tenements in Kitty Went, St. Helen's Street, Main Street and Kirkgate1861Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/195Deeds: sale of the Globe Hotel, Wordsworth House, the tithe barn and property in Challoner Street1881-1887Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/196Deeds: endowment of the curate's stipend and the sale of the advowson and right of patronage to All Saints' Church, Cockermouth to the Bishop of Carlisle1840, 1921Carlisle
YDX 629/15Cockermouth and District Gardeners Society schedule1 Sep 1990Whitehaven
YPR 29/Plans/6Cockermouth and Workington WaterPlans, sections and reference book1878Whitehaven
YDS 66/1/2Daily Dome newspaper, produced on the day pupils performed at the Millennium Dome2000Whitehaven
YDS 66/1/1Poems by pupils written to mark their visit to the Millennium Dome2000Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/6Notes relating to water and wind power, industry, advertisements, land uses, fairs and markets, Egremont leases1960s -1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/1/5Notes relating to the early town, roads, bridges, coaches, mail, railways, public services, housing, inns, listed buildings, neighbouring villages1960s -1995Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/7Photographs of Larger Buildings: Old Hall; Court House; Norham House; The Fitz; Grecian Villa; Hames Hall; Harford House; Percy House;Wyndham House; date stones; rendering removed; smaller properties. Photographs of Wordsworth House: portrait; exterior; grounds; entrance and stairs; dining room; parlour; kitchen; drawing room; laundry; stables and shop; fire places; clocks; chairs; miscellaneous furniture; miscellaneous; Hawkshead; Grasmere 1950 Bicentenary.20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 439/30Cockermouth Primary Care Centre, Isel Road, CockermouthEvaluation report by North Pennines Archaeology Limited31 Jul 2009Whitehaven
YDX 439/13The Cottage Hospital, Isel Road, CockermouthArchaeological desk-based assessment of land by North Pennines Archaeology LimitedApr 2008Whitehaven
YDSO 78Cockermouth Book ClubRules and orders of Cockermouth Book Club, 20 Jul 1785. Published by F Jollie, Carlisle, 1794. With colour photocopy.1794Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/4Photographs of Halls: Abbot Hall; Armathwaite Hall; Branthwaite Hall; Clifton Hall; Dalston Hall; Dovenby Hall; Harby Brow; Hewthwaite Hall;Higham Hall; Hundeth Hill; Isel Hall; Levens Hall; Lorton Hall; Mirehouse; Netherhall; Schoose Farm; Tallentire Hall; Threapland Hall; Threlkeld Leys; Wharton Hall; Whitehall; Wood Hall; Workington Hall; Wythop Mill; Arnside Tower.

Photographs of Towers: Kirkandrews; Linstock; Cowmire; Scaleby; Corbridge Pele; Burgh by Sands; Newton Arlosh; Clay Houses; Non Cockermouth Cumbrian houses.
20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 310/5/9Photographs of industry (2)Transport excluding Cokermouth; New Street estate; The Gote; miscellaneous streets and terraces; Hospice Quarries; Preston Mill; Berwickshire, Scotland20th centuryWhitehaven
YSPC 24/2/3Expenditure JournalApr 1978-Mar 1984Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/16AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances; Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre cash sheets; papers relating to sundry debtors. File 2 of 2.Apr 1996-Mar 1997Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/5AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1987-Mar 1988Whitehaven
YWAECCumberland War Agriculture Executive CommitteeCockermouth District Minute book 1939-1946; National Farm Survey notebook 1941-1943; War time Parish Lists of farms, plus related correspondence 1941-19481939-1948Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/10AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1992-Mar 1993Whitehaven
YSPC 24Cockermouth Town CouncilMinute Books, 1973-2004; Statements of Accounts and finanicial journals, 1974-2000.1973-2001Whitehaven
YDX 577Disputed lands in AspatriaLetter to Messers Brocklehurst and Bagshaw, solicitors, Macclesfield from D B Curwen re disputed rents in Aspatria, owed to Mr George Lomas. Letter written at The Globe Inn, Cockermouth. 1840Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/20AccountsAccounts: Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre cash sheets; papers relating to sundry debtors. File 2 of 2.Apr 1998-Mar 1999Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/21AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, statement of balances, and financial summaries with related papers. File 1 of 2.Apr 1999-Mar 2000Whitehaven
YDX 576W Jackson of Cockermouth, Chairman of Cockermouth Bench of MagistratesFile on amalgamation of Cockermouth, Maryport and Workington Petty sessions including letters from Lady Egremont, Viscount Whitelaw and the Home Office, newspaper cuttings, notes. 1986-1987Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/107Deeds: burgage tenement on The Sand purchased from Joseph DickinsonIncludes probate wills of Daniel Dickinson feltmaker of Cockermouth (1727) and Mary Dickinson, widow of Cockermouth (1730)1698-1761Carlisle
YPR 38Cockermouth, Christ Church Parish1865-1984Whitehaven
CQPCCockermouth Petty Sessional Division1856-1981Whitehaven
YDX 499Fred Walker of Cockermouth; Canadian Expeditionary ForceFirst World War photographs, letters and ration book.
Fred Walker was born 8 March 1891 in Brigham. He enlisted with the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force on 14 June 1915 in Winnipeg. He suffered a shell wound to his right fibula in July 1916 and was admitted first to Nethercourt, and then to Shorncliffe Military Hospitals. In 1917 he was again wounded and was admitted to No 1 Canadian General Hospital at Etaples. He spent time at Woodcote Park Convalescent Hospital, Epsom, from where he sent a souvenir letter card, and possibly had a group photograph taken (YDX 499/2/6) judging by the men's dress.
1915-1918Whitehaven
YDSO 110/1/1SouvenirIncluding a list of officers, history of the club, local rules, etiquette, plan of the course, list of recommended traders and illustrations.1921Whitehaven
YDS 70/4/44Trip to Cockermouth Toy Museum1990sWhitehaven
YDX 364/2/31Programme for Grand Jubilee Entertainment at Public Hall, CockermouthBy Mr John E James's Popular Concert party22 June 1897Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/2/3Account book1944-1947Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/8AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1990-Mar 1991Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/11AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1993-Mar 1994Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/12AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances.Apr 1994-Mar 1995Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/14AccountsIncome and expenditure accounts, and statement of balances, with related papers. File 2 of 2.Apr 1995-Mar 1996Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/1Account BookCollection and Deposit account book, including annual statement of accounts.Apr 1974-Mar 1978Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/4Account BookJournal of income, 1978-1986, and expenditure, 1984-1987, and annual statements of accounts, 1984-1987.Apr 1978-Mar 1987Whitehaven
WDB 133/2/44Windermere and Cockermouth- Plans for shelves at Court Buildings, Cockermouth for Thomas Rook, Fish Hatchery, Troutbeck Bridge. 1927
- Plans, elevations, site plan, correspondence re. conversion of house to shop on Crescent Road, Windermere, for H Kellet
- Plans and elevations for 2 semi-detached houses on Park Road, Windermere (oposite Thornton Terrace). Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Plans and elevations for alterations to May Cottage, Park Road, Windermere. Architect: Joseph Pattinson
- Text for a plaque to memory of Nancy Palmer, wife of John Palmer
1901-1936Kendal
YSPC 24/2/2Expenditure JournalMay 1974-Mar 1978Whitehaven
YDX 310/6/1Documents relating to the general, water and poor rates paid by Mr Arthur Wilson.Also notice to tender for site for new workhouse in Cockermouth (undated)1897-1925Whitehaven
YPR 38/3/4Terrier and inventory1953Whitehaven
YDFCP 4Cockermouth United Reformed Church1984-1998Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/109Deeds: two burgage tenements in Sand Went1758-1784Carlisle
YDX 606William Pit to Cockermouth and Derwent Junction railway linesundated [20th century]Whitehaven
YSPC 24/2/22AccountsAccounts: Cockermouth Tourist Information Centre cash sheets; papers relating to sundry debtors. File 2 of 2.Apr 1999-Mar 2000Whitehaven
YSPC 24/1/1Minute BookMinute Book (signed) of the meetings of Cockermouth Town Council, and annual parish meetings (May 1974-May 1983), and the Silver Jubilee Sub-Committee (Jan-Aug 1977). Also includes final accounts of the Silver Jubilee Sub-Committee.Oct 1973-Jan 1984Whitehaven
YDB 62/1LedgerFeb 1847-Dec 1855Whitehaven
YDB 62/2LedgerMar 1884-Mar 1893Whitehaven
YDB 62/3Day book (liquor sales)Jan 1857-Apr 1863Whitehaven
YDB 62/4Cash bookJan 1857-Nov 1863Whitehaven
YCOP/13Photocopy of Inquisition post mortem of William Kyrkby gentHeld at Cockermouth on the 17th July, 36 Henry VIII, [1544]
He died seised of:
1) Twenty six messuages, 200 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 300 acres of pasture, and 1,000 acres of moor in Bottyll, Bolton, Stanton, Cleetor, Gosfurthe, Whytbek, and of Stanton water mill.
The lands etc. in Bootle, Bolton and Cleator (lengthy list of tenants given) were conveyed by deed dated 2 July, 35 Henry VIII [1543] to Nicholas Thornboroughte gentleman and William Walker clerk who were to grant it to William Kyrkby and Isabel his wife for their lives for her jointure with subsequent reversion to the heirs of William. This was effected by deed dated 4 July 1543 (Isabella still alive at date of Inquisition).
Lands etc. in Bootle, Bolton & Cleator worth £10. 6s. 6d.
2) Four messuages, 30 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture in Bolton and Butoll (tenants etc. specified), leased for life to Thomas Parker by deed dated 13 November, 34 Henry VIII [1542].
Value 8s. 4d. p.a.
3) The reversion of eleven messuages, 200 acres of land in Bolton, Stanton, Gosfurthe and Buttole, which Henry Kirkby, brother of William, by deed dated 23 August 29 Henry VIII [1537] granted to Ellen [Elena] Kyrkby for life.
Value £7 p.a.
He died 30 August 35 Henry VIII [1543], and Elizabeth Kyrkby is his daughter and next heir, aged 7 months and 6 days.
17 July 1544Whitehaven
YDSO 39/31Derwent Mills, CockermouthMay 2008Whitehaven
YDSO 110/1/2SouvenirIncluding history,competitons, subscriptions and green fees, length of course, bogey and scratch scores, local rules, handicap chart and etiquette.1924Whitehaven
YDB 71/1Abstract of the title of Caldbeck Wesley Murray, Esq to freehold land at Derwent Mills, CockermouthIncludes plan and copy of schedule of conveyance 1935.1950Whitehaven
YDB 71/5Correspondence re deed of grant from Millers (Great Yarmouth) Ltd to the Ministry of Public Buildings and WorksRelates to an easement for a soil drain across a mill race and roadway.1965-1966Whitehaven
YDX 322/2Prize certificates from various Cumbrian dog showsCumberland Canine Association (Workington), Millom and District Canine Association, Moor Row Old Band Diamond Jubilee, Furness and District Dog Club, Cockermouth and District Agricultural Society, Ennerdale and Kinniside Horticultural and Agricultural Society, Bigrigg District Committee1936Whitehaven
YDB 79/30Cockermouth flood alleviation scheme7 Jun 2012Whitehaven
YDSO 137Cockermouth Harmonic SocietyFile on fundraising for Finzi Centenary Concert, Sands Centre, Carlisle2000-2001Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/104Deeds: burgage tenement and drying area near to Sullart Street and Sand Went belonging to John Thomlinson1664-1744Carlisle
YDFCCL 3Cockermouth Congregational ChurchMinutes of church meetings, 1651-1989; Deacons and Finance Committee, 1919-1967; Sunday School, 1840-1989; baptism, marriage and burial registers, 1848-1946; communicants attendance registers and related papers, 1925-1985; cash books and ledgers, 1929-1983.1651-1989Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/3Photographs of Events: Spring Fair; hiring fair; circus; parades; Cousin Charlie's day carnival; miscellaneous; Christmas lights; Cockermouth Show, flower festivals;openings; Civic Trust; miscellaneous; Marvejol. Miscellaneous section includes photograph of triumphal arch on Cocker Bridge, Cockermouth to mark royal marriage of Albert Edward and Alexandra in 186320th centuryWhitehaven
CQPBO/2/2/3Orders to send children to Industrial SchoolThe orders include details of the reasons for the order, the child's home address, name of parent or guardian, religious persuasion, date of birth, school to which they were to be sent and the age to which they were to remain at that school.

These orders generally seem to be for the placement of children who had contravened Attendance Orders and who were not under proper control. Boys were to remain in Industrial School until the age of 16 and girls to the age of 14 or 16.
1888-1898Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/106Deeds: burgage tenement in High Sand Lane purchased from Joseph Dixon1682-1761Carlisle
YDSO 23/3/3Brigham, Cockermouth, Linefoot, Marron and Maryport1920Whitehaven
YDSO 39/30/2Cockermouth Leisure Centre, CockermouthArchaeological desk based assessment and watching briefFeb 2008Whitehaven
YDSO 39/30Cockermouth Leisure Centre, CockermouthFeb 2008Whitehaven
YDSO 39/30/1Cockermouth Leisure Centre, CockermouthArchaeological desk based assessment and watching briefFeb 2008Whitehaven
YDSO 39/31/1Derwent Mills, CockermouthArchaeological desk-based assessment and evaluationMay 2008Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/185Register of abstracts of title to burgage tenements[post-1745]Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/11Deeds: burgage tenement in Challoner Street purchased from John Mordaunt between 1737 and 17611714-1763Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/9Deeds: burgage tenement in Challoner Street purchased from John Mordaunt between 1741 and 17611713-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/5Deeds: burgage tenement in Kitty Went purchased from Thomas PlaskettIncludes probate will of Thomas Plaskett, yeoman of Cockermouth, 17391623-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/35Deeds: burgage tenement from Kirkgate to Long Croft purchased from George Beeby1665-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/8Deeds: burgage tenement on the corner of Kitty Went purchased from Andrew Green1711-1761Carlisle
TBR 1/8/119London and North Western Railway bound plan of Cockermouth Old Station (goods)Details of adjacent landowners and features1915Whitehaven
YDB 28Jennings Brothers PLCArrangement of the records:

YDB 28/1/ ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS
YDB 28/1/1-3 Minute and Agenda Books 1887-1986
YDB 28/1/4 Letter Books 1881-1913
YDB 28/1/5 In Letters 1906-1919
YDB 28/1/6 General Administrative Records 1887-1971
YDB 28/1/7 Working Agreement with Dalzell's Breweries 1906-1925
YDB 28/1/8 Lawsuits 1891-1927
YDB 28/1/9 Shares 1887-1985
YDB 28/1/10 Agreements to let of Public Houses 1891-1934
YDB 28/1/11 Other Deeds and Property Records 1861-1948
YDB 28/1/12 Plans 1863-1973
YDB 28/1/13 Price Lists 1968-1970

YDB 28/2/ FINANCIAL RECORDS
YDB 28/2/1 Directors Reports and Accounts 1888-1961
YDB 28/2/2 Accounts 1890-1965
YDB 28/2/3 Accounts related papers 1888-1980

YDB 28/3/ LEDGERS
YDB 28/3/1 Class Ledgers 1888-1893
YDB 28/3/2 Sales to Publicans 1887-1978
YDB 28/3/3 Private Trade Sales 1857-1973
YDB 28/3/4 Banking Ledgers 1898-1976
YDB 28/3/5 Rent Ledgers 1888-1985
YDB 28/3/6 Company Property Ledgers 1903-1936
YDB 28/3/7 Creditors Ledgers 1888-1948
YDB 28/3/8 Journals 1906-1980
YDB 28/3/9 Sales Day Ledgers 1886-1944
YDB 28/3/10 Cash Books 1883-1985
YDB 28/3/11-13 Invoice Books 1881-1985
YDB 28/3/14 Miscellaneous Ledgers 1886-1978

YDB 28/4/ PRODUCTION RECORDS
YDB 28/4/1 Production Records 1906-1966
YDB 28/4/2 Stock Records 1900-1980

YDB 28/5/ STAFF RECORDS
YDB 28/5/1 Wages Books 1917-1967

YDB 28/6/ MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
YDB 28/6/1 Jennings Family as Insurance Agents 1848-1914
YDB 28/6/2 Reference Books 1886-1920
YDB 28/6/3 Journals, Manuals and Almanacks 1911-1927
YDB 28/6/4 Miscellaneous 1896-1929

YDB 28/7/ FAULDER'S BREWERY COMPANY LTD OF KESWICK
YDB 28/7/1 Minute Books 1891-1946
YDB 28/7/2 General Administrative Records 1888-1946
YDB 28/7/3 Shares 1884-1946
YDB 28/7/4 Financial Records 1888-1934

YDB 28/8/ JOSEPH DALZELL'S PARTON AND HARRINGTON BREWERIES LTD
YDB 28/8/1 General Administrative Records 1902-1915
YDB 28/8/2 Financial Records 1900-1922
YDB 28/8/3 Production Records 1913-1918
1848-1985Whitehaven
YDX 572/1Slaughter-HousesBye-laws made by the Local Board for the District of Cockermouth, acting as the Urban Sanitary Authority, with respect to slaughter-houses in the Urban Sanitary District of Cockermouth1886Whitehaven
YDX 310J B Bradbury, local historian, CockermouthNotes, papers and photographs collected by Mr J Bernard Bradbury in preparation for his publication History of Cockermouth (reprinted 1995) and as part of his local history research work and lecture preparation.1960s-1999Whitehaven
YDX 439/32Fitz Park, CockermouthGeophysical survey report by North Pennines Archaeology Limited27 Oct 2009Whitehaven
YDX 439/34Market Hall, CockermouthArchaeological watching brief by North Pennines Archaeology LimitedOct 2009Whitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/100Deeds: burgage tenement behind the Swan Inn in the Corn Market purchased from Sir John Mordaunt and Elizabeth Lawson1762Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/102Deeds and papers: burgage tenement in the Market Place near Cocker Bridge purchased from Revd. Thomas Jefferson and others in 1756Includes probate will of John Lancaster, mercer of Cockermouth, 16891689-1767Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/110Deeds: half a burgage tenement in Sand Went purchased from John Christian in 17451702-1803Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/111Deeds: quarter burgage tenement near The Sand purchased from Carlisle Spedding in 17531722-1810Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/112Deeds: half a burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Elizabeth Lawson and Charlotte Lawson1704-1755Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/113Deeds: half a burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Spedding in 17531692-1759Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/115Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street and the Deer Orchard purchased from Joseph Hinde1597-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/118Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Richard LayburnIncludes probate will of John Ritson, feltmaker of Cockermouth, 17051650-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/121Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Key1700-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/122Deeds: burgage tenement from St. Helen's Street to Deer Orchard purchased from John Mealo1701-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/123Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Francis Fisher1707-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/124Deeds: burgage tenement called The Greyhound in St. Helen's Street purchased from Thomas Wilkinson1725-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/125Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from John Crosthwaite1727-1761Carlisle
DLONS/W/9/10/116Deeds: burgage tenement in St. Helen's Street purchased from Richard FranceIncludes probate will of James France senior of Cockermouth, 17251605-1761Carlisle
YPR 26Cockermouth, All Saints ParishThe collection includes registers 1632-1986, papers relating to charities* 1771-1980, accounts including disbursements to the poor* 1668-1783, Parochial Church Council minute books* 1920-1978, and papers concerning various schools* 1758-1935. A fine series of churchwardens' vouchers*, 1747-1882, have also survived which show parish life in great detail and provide a good record of church furnishings, fittings, building and repair work, bells' upkeep and ringers, organ and organist, bread and wine, Free (Grammar) School's upkeep and staffing, and stationery for parish use, including making the bishop's transcripts *not yet listed on the computer system: please ask staff for details.1632 - 2016Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/2/1Account book1936-1939Whitehaven
YDX 95/1/1Annual report and statement of Cockermouth Nursing Home1903-1914Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/1/2Annual reports and statements of Cockermouth Cottage Hospital1929-1945Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/1/1Annual reports and statements of Cockermouth Cottage Hospital1915-1916Whitehaven
YDX 95/4/1Rules of the Cockermouth Permanent Benefit Building Society1932Whitehaven
YDX 95/2/1/3Annual reports and statements of Cockermouth Cottage Hospital Voluntary Contribution Scheme1939-1946Whitehaven
YDX 310/5/10Photographs relating to Streets (2): St Helens Street general; North Side; South Side; St Helens Street Number 2 Number 10 Number 23 Number 25 Lower Kirkgate;Kirkgate Square; Upper Kirkgate; Cocker Lane; Market Place - North side; 2a and Ship Inn; Market Place; Market Place south side: south side development; south side development completed; Market Place general; Market Street; Market Place Cocker Bridge; Castlegate and Wyndham Row; Station Street and Station Road general; Station Street and Station Road details; South Street and Challoner Street; Croftside; Waterloo Street and High Sands Lane; Low Sands Lane.20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 310/5/2Photographs of Churches: All Saints exterior; All Saints interior; All Saints gravestones; Christchurch / St Josephs; Methodist Church; Quaker Kirkgate; Quaker exhibition andPardshaw; United Reformed Church; United Reformed Church before change, Quaker Broughton and Alston; Friends meeting houses; St Josephs Church; churches away from Cockermouth.

Photographs of Schools: Industrial School; Old Grammar School; New Grammar School; Four Fields Schools; All Saints School; other schoolds; former school sites.

Photographs of Public Amenities: Town Hall; banks; library; hospital; theatre; Kirkgate Centre; Sports Hall; pavilions; miscellaneous.

Photographs of Amenities: fire; gas; water; sewers; public buildings; memorials.
20th centuryWhitehaven
YDX 310/5/8Photographs of Railways: station and viaduct; clearance of the station viaduct; West of Cockermouth; Low Station; Cockermouth; Keswick and PenrithPhotographs of Views: aerialviews; from All Saints Tower; of the town; from Harris Park; Viaduct to Quaker Bridge; continuence of Quaker Bridge.

Photographs of Rivers: Derwent and Cocker; River Derwent; River Cocker below Quaker Bridge; Sanger Spa; river bridges.

Photographs of Floods: Main Street and South Street; Conference and Waterloo Street; Gote; Bitter Beck; River Cocker; frozen rivers.

Photographs of Streets: Main Street East; Northside; Main Street Southside East; Main Street general east; Main Street North Side; Main Street - Neddy; Main Street South Side West; Main Street and Low Road South; streets non Cockermouth.

Photographs of Roads: Cockermouth; Cumbria and maintenance; Papcastle bypass; sign posts.
20th centuryWhitehaven
DLONS/W/9/10/149Deeds: burgage tenements in St. HGelen's Street and Kirkgate purchased from John BriscoIncludes probate will of Mary Fearon, widow of Cockermouth, 17051689-1761Carlisle
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