Supplementary Records
Hutton Roof

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John F. Curwen (editor)

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1926

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'Supplementary Records: Hutton Roof', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 3 (1926), pp. 295. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49385 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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HUTTON ROOF.

1702 8 August. Mr. William Burrow, curate of Hutton Roof, was married to Ann Beck of Kendall. Kendal Parish Registers.

1766 13 January. Petition of the Surveyor of highways as to the insufficiency of statute labour, and the usual order for assessment. (K. Order Book 1760–70). On 13 January, 1772, a similar petition and order as the above. K. Order Book, 1770–80.

1787 Hutton Roof Chapel was built. Alex. Pearson, Material for an account of K. Lonsdale.

1815 The Act for inclosing lands in the township of Hutton Roof, was passed in 55 George III, c. 41.

1818 30 March. Certificate that a certain building in the township of Hutton Roof in the possession of Lancelot Ridding is intended to be used as a chapel for religious worship by Protestant Dissenters of the denomination of Independents. K. Indict. Book, 1817–24.

1823 7 April. The following roads were certified as having been viewed: The highway over Low Moor commencing at the Whittington boundary near the stone quarries and extending in a westerly direction towards Burton, in breadth 30 feet and in length 1903 yards; also the highway branching from the last road near the coal pits extending over the said Low Moor in a northerly direction to the end of an ancient lane leading to Hutton Roof, in breadth 30 feet and in length 1108 yards; also the highway over Puddlemire commencing near Newbiggin and extending in a northerly direction to Farleton Common, in breadth 30 feet and in length 613 yards; also the highway over the Crag commencing at the end of an ancient lane at Windyeats Estate and extending in a westwardly direction to the Holme boundary, in breadth 30 feet and in length 393 yards; also the highway at Newbiggin commencing at an ancient lane adjoining to Thomas Turner's barn and extending in a northerly direction to a cottage belonging to John Burrow, in breadth 30 feet and in length 177 yards, and that the said highways are respectively sufficiently formed and completed. K. Indict. Book, 1817–24.

1859 7 January. Rev. William Norris Dampier took and subscribed the oaths and Declaration on his appointment to the Perpetual Curacy of Hutton Roof. K. Order Book, 1839–76.