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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Westmorland

The Royal Commission on Historical Monuments of England survey, covering the whole of the historic county of Westmorland, including the towns of Kendal and Appleby. The historic county, now the southern part of Cumbria, ranged from Clifton in the north, Stainmore in the east, Kirkby Lonsdale in the south, to Grasmere in the west.

RCHME Inventory Volumes. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1936.

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Title Page(s)
Soulby 215
Stainmore 215-217
Stainton 217-218
Staveley, Nether 218-219
Staveley, Upper 219-220
Strickland, Great 220
Strickland Ketel 220-221
Strickland, Little 221-222
Strickland Roger 222-225
Tebay 225-226
Temple Sowerby 226-227
Thrimby 227
Troutbeck 227-230
Underbarrow and Bradleyfield 230-231
Undermillbeck 231-232
Waitby 232-237
Warcop 237-240
Wharton 240-242
Whinfell 243
Whitwell and Selside 243-244
Windermere 244-247
Winton 247
Witherslack 248-249
Yanwath and Eamont Bridge 250-255
Armorial 256
Glossary 257-263
Index 265-302
Plate 1: Earthworks 1
Plate 2: Megaliths 2
Plate 3: Roman Altars and Memorials 3
Plate 4: Roman Stones 4
Plate 5: Pre-Conquest and Later Stones 5
Plate 6: Anglian Crosses 6
Plate 7: Pre-Conquest Carvings 7
Plate 8: Hogback Stones 8
Plate 9: Church Exteriors 9
Plate 10: Church Exteriors 10
Plate 11: Church Interiors 11
Plate 12: Church Doorways 12
Plate 13: 12th-Century Details 13
Plate 14: 12th-Century Capitals 14
Plate 15: Mediaeval Houses 15
Plate 16: Smaller Houses 16
Plate 17: Smaller Houses 17
Plate 18: Larger Houses 18
Plate 19: Smaller Houses 19
Plate 20: Houses 20
Plate 21: Smaller Houses 21
Plate 22: 17th-Century Houses 22
Plate 23: 17th-Century Houses 23
Plate 24: Smaller Houses 24
Plate 25: Fireplaces 25
Plate 26: 17th-Century Bridges 26
Plate 27: 17th-Century Bridges 27
Plate 28: 17th-Century Bridges 28
Plate 29: Roofs 29
Plate 30: Stone Door-Lintels 30
Plate 31: Stonework Details 31
Plate 32: Coffin-Lids 32
Plate 33: Chimney-Hoods, etc. 33
Plate 34: Cupboards 34
Plate 35: Cupboards 35
Plate 36: Spice-Cupboards 36
Plate 37: Churchyard Crosses, etc. 37
Plate 38: Church Chests and Tables 38
Plate 39: Church Chairs 39
Plate 40: Cupboards 40
Plate 41: Stone Fireplaces 41
Plate 42: Painted Glass 42
Plate 43: Fonts 43
Plate 44: Fonts 44
Plate 45: Wall-Monuments 45
Plate 46: Mediaeval Monuments 46
Plate 47: Piscinae, Sedilia, etc. 47
Plate 48: Plaster Ceilings 48
Plate 49: Plaster Ceilings 49
Plate 50: Plaster Details 50
Plate 51: Plaster Panels 51
Plate 52: Plaster Panels 52
Plate 53: Pulpits 53
Plate 54: Communion Cups 54
Plate 55: Church-Plate 55
Plate 56: Staircases 56
Plate 57: Staircases 57
Plate 58: Woodwork Details 58
Plate 59: 17th-Century Fixtures 59
Plate 60: Woodwork Details 60
Plate 61: Ambleside, House and Bridge. Stainton, Pack-Horse Bridge 61
Plate 62: Appleby, Church. Kirkby Stephen, Church 62
Plate 63: Effigies 63
Plate 64: Appleby, St. Lawrence Church. Brougham, The Countess' Pillar 64
Plate 65: Appleby, St Lawrence Church, Monument of Margaret, Countess of Cumberland 65
Plate 66: Appleby, Appleby Castle, Keep 66
Plate 67: Appleby, Appleby Castle, N. Front 67
Plate 68: Appleby, Appleby Castle. Helsington, Sizergh Castle 68
Plate 69: Appleby, Market Place Looking N. 69
Plate 70: Askham, Askham Hall. Crackenthorpe, Crackenthorpe Hall 70
Plate 71: Asby, Graythorne Hall. Heversham, Heversham Hall 71
Plate 72: Appleby and Shap Urban 72
Plate 73: Arnside, Arnside Tower 73