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PONSONBY FAMILY of Haile Hall, Haile


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Reference D/BH 36
Covering dates 1369-1943
Held by Cumbria Record Office and Local Studies Library, Whitehaven
Extent 6 Sub-fonds.



Folder icon  Kelton and Lamplugh  D/BH 36/3/10  [n.d.]


No further details   Exemplification of order in Chancery made 8 Feb 1623, Kay v Patrickson: 1) Francis Kay, plaintiff; 2) Anthony Patrickson and William Patrickson, defendants for payment of monies due the plaintiff from the defendant. Partially faded. [In regard to payment for purchase of the Manor of Kelton - see CWAAS Transactions NS XXV, pp189-191]  D/BH 36/3/10/1  22 Feb 1624
No further details   Deed of enfranchisement: 1) William Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale; 2) John Dixon the younger of Whitehaven, mariner; 3) John Dixon the elder of Leys, yeoman of customary premises at Kelton called Taithes and at Kirkland called Priesty or Priest How or Allan Place, all in the Manor of Kelton and Arlecdon, for £14 6s  D/BH 36/3/10/2  2 Sep 1819
No further details   Conveyance by lease and release: 1) Jeremiah Rowling of Hollins, Lamplugh, yeoman; 2) Rev Jonathan Dixon of Humbleton near Hull, clerk of allotment on Kelton Common for £80  D/BH 36/3/10/3-4  10-11 Dec 1823
No further details   Conveyance by lease and release: 1) Peter Wilson of Low Stowbank, Lamplugh, yeoman; 2) Rev Jonathan Dixon of Humbleton near Hull, clerk of allotment on Kelton Common for £80  D/BH 36/3/10/5-6  10-11 Dec 1823
No further details   Conveyance by release [lease missing]: 1) Thomas Hodgson of Maryport, gentleman; 2) John Dixon of Teathes, Lamplugh, yeoman of allotment on Kelton Common for £47 3s  D/BH 36/3/10/7  3 May 1828
No further details   Conveyance by release [lease missing]: 1) John Lamplugh Lamplugh Raper, of Lamplugh Hall, esquire; 2) John Dixon of Teathes, yeoman of allotment on Kelton Common for £33 6s 6d  D/BH 36/3/10/8  24 June 1828
No further details   Conveyance by lease and release: 1) Joseph Fletcher of Whitehaven, mariner; 2) John Dixon of Teathes, Lamplugh, yeoman in trust of premises at Kelton called Teathes and at Kirkland called Priesty or Priest How or Allan Place, all in the Manor of Kelton and Arlecdon  D/BH 36/3/10/9-10  14-15 Jan 1829
No further details   Conveyance: 1) John Steel of Cockermouth, gentleman; 2) Rev John Holmes Dixon of Hampshire, clerk of two parcels of land on Kelton Common for £100  D/BH 36/3/10/11  10 Jun 1853
No further details   Compensation agreement: 1) Lowther Estates Limited; 2) Mary Dixon of Bristol, spinster for the extinguishment of manorial incidents on a tenement at Kelton within the Manor of Kelton and Arlecdon, part of estate at Kirkland and Teathes devised by Rev John Holmes Dixon to his daughter Mary Dixon  D/BH 36/3/10/12  22 Dec 1931
No further details   Deed of appointment: of new trustees of the will of the Rev John Holmes Dixon in regard to his estate at Kirkland and Teathes bequeathed to his daughter Mary Dixon of Bristol, spinster  D/BH 36/3/10/13  23 Aug 1938
No further details   Deed of assent in vesting Arthur Percival Dixon, Lt Col Indian Army, of mines and minerals in the estate devised by Rev John Holmes Dixon to his daughter Mary Dixon  D/BH 36/3/10/14  7 Oct 1946
No further details   Disentailing deed between Arthur Percival Dixon, Lt Col Indian Army, and his trustees in the estate devised by Rev John Holmes Dixon to his daughter Mary Dixon  D/BH 36/3/10/15  21 Aug 1948


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