General index

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'General index', Magna Britannia: volume 4: Cumberland (1816), pp. 189-198. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50697 Date accessed: 21 November 2014.


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A.

Aballaba , a Roman station, cxxxix.

Addingham , parish of, 4, 5. Church, 5. School, ibid.

Aglionby , manor of, 164.

Aglionby , family, lxxxiv. 157. Arms, lxxxv.

Aikton , parish of, 5. Manor, ibid. Church, 6. School, ibid.

Ainstable , parish of, 6, 7.

Aldstone , see Alston.

Allerby , manor of, 16.

Allerby , family of, lxxix.

Allerdale , barony of, liii.

Allhallows . parish of, 9. Manor, ibid.

Allison , family of, xcii. Arms, ibid.

Allonby , 47. Manor of, ibid.

Allonby , family of, lxxix.

Alston , or Alston moor, town of, 7. Fairs, ibid. Manor, 8. Lead-mines, ibid. Church, ibid.

Altars , Roman, cxlix—clxxxv.

Alwardby see Allerby.

Amboglanna , a Roman station, cxxxviii.

Anthorn , in Bowness, 30.

Antiquities , cxxviii—ccx.

Apiatorium , Roman station of; cxlv.

Arbeia , a Roman station, cxliv.

Architecture , ancient church, cixxxix—cxcii.

Arsleby , family of, lxxx.

Arlecden , or Arlochden, parish of, 10. Fairs, ibid. Church, ibid.

Arlosch , family of, lxxxiv.

Armathwaite . 6, 18.

Armathwaite castle, 111.

Armeboth , 84.

Armstrong , Archibald, the king's jester, 13.

Armstrong , William, the borderer, rescued at Carlisle, 59.

Arthuret , parish of, 10—14. Church, 12. Fisheries, 14.

Ayscough , family of, xciii.

Askerton , 131. Castle, 133. Manor, ibid.

Aspatria , parish of, 15—18. Manor, 15. Church, 16, 17.

Awsthwaite , 136, 137. Manor of, 21.

Awsthwaite , family of, lxxx.

Axelodunum , a Roman station, cxxxix.

B.

Bailey , in Bewcastle, 26.

Bank , manor of, 125. Hall, ibid.

Ballantine , family of, lxxxv.

Barfield , 169.

Baronets of Cumberland, lxiv—lxix.

Baronies , division of Cumberland into, liii.

Barre , family of, lxxxiv.

Barwis of Langrigg-hall, family of, lxix. Arms, ibid.

Bassenthwaite , parish of, 18, 19.

Bassenthwaite , family of, lxxx.

Bassenthwaite , or Broadwater, civ.

Battle of the standard, viii.

Battle of Solway Moss, xx.

Beauchamp , family of, lxxx.

Beauley , or Bewley of Hesket, family of, lxix.

Beaumont , parish of, 19 Manor, ibid.

Beckermet , or Beckermont, manor of, 117.

Beckermot , Great, manor of, 38.

Bedstead , ancient, 137.

Bees , St. parish of, 19. Monastery, ibid. Spoiled by the Scots, xvii. School, 20.

Belatucader , altars dedicated to, cliii. clxvii. clxviii.

Belbank in Bewcastle, 26

Beweldeth , manor of, 161.

Bewcastle , parish of, 26—28. Castle, 26, 27. Church, 28. Ancient obelisk, cxcix, cc.

Bewcastle , Roman station at, cxlv.

Biglands , manor of, 5.

Bird , family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid

Birds , cxiv.

Birkby , manor of, 53. 141.

Birker , 136, 137.

Bishoprick of Carlisle, xxviii.

Bishops of Carlisle, 70. Their deaths entered in Dalston register, 94.

Blackhall , manor of, 80.

Black-lead mines, cxxiv. cxxv.

Black-mail , xxiii. n.

Blackwell , High and Low, 79.

Blencarn , manor of, 124.

Blencogo , manor of. 47.

Blencowe , Great, 89, 90. Little, 108.

Blencowe , family of, lxix. lxx. Arms, ibid.

Blenerhasset , family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Bleng river, cv.

Blennerhasset , 160. Manor of, 161.

Blindbothel , 39.

Blindcrake , 120.

Blundersfield , 129.

Boald , see Bothill.

Bolton , parish of, 28. Manor of, 104.

Bootle , parish of, 29, 30.

Border Churches , cxci. 151.

Border-service in the barony of Gilsland, the regulations of, xi—xiii. note.

Boroughs , xxxii.

Borrowdale , civ. 83. Chapel, 87.

Botchard-gate , manor of, 77. 79.

Botchardby , 79.

Bothil , manor of, 161.

Bouche , family of, xciii. Arms, ibid.

Boulness , 177.

Boustead-hill , 49.

Boundaries , extent, &c. c.

Bowaldeth , 160. Manor of, 161.

Bowder-stone , civ.

Bowness , parish of, 30. 177.

Bowness , a Roman station, cxl.

Boyvill , alias Levington, family of, lxxx.

Brackenhill in Arthuret, 10. 12.

Brackenthwaite , manor of, 44.

Braithwaite , 77. 83, 84.

Brampton , town of, 31—34. Market and fairs, 31. Old church, 33. Chapel, ibid. Hospital, ibid.

Bramwra , 116.

Branthwaite , 95. Manor of, 96.

Branthwaite , family of, lxxx.

Brattaby , manor of, 137.

Brayton , family of, lxxx.

Brayton , manor of, 15. House, ibid.

Breconhill , see Brackenhill.

Bremetenracum , Roman station of, cxliv.

Bresby , family of, xciii. Arms, ibid.

Bride-kirk , font, cxciii. Parish of, 34—38. Hospital, 36.

Bride , St. cross, cci. Parish of, 38.

Brigham , parish of, 39.

Briscoe of Crofton, family of, lxvi. Arms, lxvii.

British roads, cxxx.

British towns, cxxx.

Brocklebank , 164.

Bromfield , parish of, 45. Church, 46. School, ibid.

Brougham , family of, lxx. Arms, ibid.

Brougton , family of, lxxx.

Broughton , manor of, 35.

Browne of Tallantire, family of, lxx. Arms, ibid.

Brownrigg , 51.

Brownrigg , Dr. his residence and death at Ormathwaite, 85.

Brun , family of, lxxx.

Brundholme , manor of, 84.

Brus , Robert, ravages Cumberland, xvi.

Buckabank , 90.

Burdoswald , a Roman station, cxxxvii.

Burgh on the Sands , a Roman station, cxxxix.

Burgh-upon-Sands , church of, cxci. Parish of, 49. Barony of, ibid. Obelisk to the memory of K. Edw. I. 49, 50. Church, 50.

Burgh , barony of, liv.

Burrowgate , 143.

Burtholme , 131.

Burrell , family of, xciii.

Buttermere , 39.

Buttermere , lake, civ.

C.

Caldbeck , parish of, 50. Manors, 51. Hospital, ibid. Church, 52.

Caldcoates , or Calcottys, manor of, 77.

Calder-Abbey , 38.

Calder-Bridge , 38.

Calder river, cv.

Caldew river, cv.

Caldewgate , township of, 77.

Cambeck fort , a Roman station, cxxxviii.

Camdevock , 90.

Camerton , parish of, 52.

Camps , Roman, cxlvii. cxlviii.

Canute attacks Scotland, vi.

Cardew , family of, lxxx.

Cardew hall, 94.

Cardoile , family of, lxxxiv.

Cargo , manor of, 158.

Carlatton , parish of, 55. Manor, ibid.

Carleton , 79. 144. Manor and hall, 144.

Carleton , family of, lxxxv. Arms, ibid.

Carliell , or Carlisle, family of, xciii. Arms, ibid.

Carlisle , a British town, cxxxi. Roman town. cxlvi.

Carlisle , Old, a Roman station, cxlii, cxliii.

Carlisle , city of, burnt in the time of the Romans, iv. Rebuilt, ibid. Ceded to David K. of Scotland, vii. Besieged by the Scots in 1296, xiv. Summoned by W. Wallace, xv. Visited by K. Edw. I. ibid. A parliament held there, ibid. Besieged in 1315, xvi. The suburbs burnt by the Scots in 1337, xviii. — in 1461, xix. The city burnt in 1345, xviii. Attacked in 1385 and 1387, xix. Besieged in 1461, ibid. in 1537, xx. Garrisoned in 1639, xxiv. Besieged by General Lesley, xxv. Surrendered, ibid. Taken by Sir Thomas Glenham and Sir Philip Musgrave, xxv. Surrendered to Cromwell, xxvi. to the Pretender in 1745, xxvii. to the Duke of Cumberland, ibid.

Carlisle , city of, 56. Ancient name, ibid. Historical events, 56—68. Castle, cciii. 68, 69. Monasteries, 69, 70. Bishopric, ibid. Deanery, 71. Cathedral church, 71, 72. Privileges of the citizens, 73. Great fire in 1292, ibid. Markets and fairs. 74. Assizes, ibid. Courts of justice, ibid. Races, 75. Population, ibid. Manufactures, 76. Bridges, 76, 77. Parishes, 77—81. Manors, ibid. Meeting-houses, 78. Schools, ibid. Hospital, 80.

Carlisle , Earls of, lxi. lxii. Arms, ibid.

Carlisle , first Earl of, represses the inroads of the borderers, xxiii.

Carlton , a hamlet of Drigg, 100.

Carlton-moor , 117.

Castle-Carrock , parish of, 81.

Castle-Carrock , family of, lxxx.

Castle-Crag , civ.

Castle-Hewen , 112.

Castle-How , manor of, 21.

Castlerigg , 83, 84.

Castlesteads , 119.

Castlesteads , a Roman station, cxxxviii.

Castra exploratorum , a Roman station, cxlvi.

Cathedral at Carlisle, 71, 72.

Catterlen , manor of, 142. Hall, ibid.

Cawthwaite , 111.

Chamber , family of, xciii. Arms, xciv.

Chapel guards , 120.

Christian , family of, lxxi. Arms, ibid.

Circles of stones, cxxviii. cxxix.

Clea hall, 165.

Cleator , parish of, 81, 82. Manor-place destroyed by the Scots, xvii.

Clifton , manor of, 173.

Cocidius , altars dedicated to, cliii. clxviii. clxix.

Cockermouth , town of, cciii. 40—43. Castle, 41. Borough, 42. Market, &c. ibid. School, &c. 43.

Cockermouth castle besieged by the King's forces in 1648, xxvi.

Cocker river, cv.

Colleges , xxxii.

Collieries , cxxi—cxxiv.

Colvill , family of, lxxx.

Combwhinton , manor of, 167.

Congavata , a Roman station, cxxxix.

Constantine 's, cells, ccvii.

Copeland , barony of, liii.

Copeland , family of, lxxxi. Arms, ibid. note.

Corby , manor of, 166.

Corby , family of, lxxxi.

Corney , parish of, 82.

Corney , family of, lxxxi.

Copper-mines , cxviii—cxx.

Cotehill , manor of, 167.

Crackenthorp , family of, lxxi. Arms, ibid.

Cranberry bogs, inclosures of, cxvii.

Crofton , manor of, 159.

Croglin , parish of, 82.

Croglin hall, 128.

Croglin river, cv.

Crookdale , manor of, 48.

Crosby , parish of, 83. Barony of liv. Township of, 53.

Cross-Canonby , parish of, 53—55.

Crosses ancient, and pillars, cxcix—ccii.

Crossfield-house , 7.

Crosthwaite , parish of, 83—88. Manors, 84, 85. Town of Keswick, 86. Markets and fairs, ibid. Church, 87.

Crummock water, civ.

Culgaith , manor of, 125.

Cumberland , its ancient inhabitants and government, iii. Historical events, ibid. xxvii. Division of the county, civil and ecclesiastical, xxviii. Table of parishes, xxix—xxxi. Monasteries, colleges, and ancient hospitals, xxxi. cxcix. Boroughs and market-towns, xxxii. Fairs and great markets, xxxiii. Population, xxxiv—xliv. Longevity, xlv—lii. Division of the county into baronies, liii—lv. Nobility of the county, lv—lxi. Extinct peerages, lxi—lxiv. Baronets, lxiv—lxvii. Extinct baronets, lxvii—lxix. Gentry, lxix—lxxix. Families extinct before 1500, lxxix—lxxxiv. Families extinct since 1500, lxxxiv—xcii. Families of which it has not been ascertained whether they are extinct or not, xcii—xcviii. Gentlemen's seats, xcviii. xcix. Forests and deer-parks, xcix, c. Geographical and geological description of the county, c—cx. Natural history, cx—cxvii. Produce, cxvii— cxxvi. Manufactures, cxxvi, cxxvii. Ports and havens, cxxvii. Antiquities, cxxviii. ccii.

Cumberland , Dukes of, lv. Earls of, ibid.

Cumbersdale , or Comersdale, 77.

Cumrew , parish of, 88.

Cumwhinton , 166. Manor of, 167.

Cumwhitton , parish of, 88.

Customs , ccix. 141.

D.

Dacre , parish of, 89. Castle, ccvi. 89. Family of, 89.

Dacre , Lord, family of, lvii. note.

Dacre of the south, baron, lix. Arms, ibid.

Dacre , Lord, of Gilsland, family of, 32.

Dacre of Lanercost, family of, lxxxvi.

Dacre , Leonard, defeated by Lord Hunsdon, xxi.

Dale , family of, lxxxi.

Dalegarth , 21, 137.

Dalehead , 84.

Dalemain , 89.

Dalston , parish of, 90—95. Barony of, liv. 90. Manor, 90, 91. Rose castle, 91, 92. Dalston hall, 93. Family of, lxviii. 93. Vicarage, 95. School, ibid. Manufactures, ibid.

Dalton , Dr. born at Dean, 96.

David , K. of Scotland, invades Cumberland, vii. viii. Resides at Carlisle, 57. 62.

Dean , parish of, 95, 96.

Deaneries of Cumberland, xxviii.

Dearham , cross, cc. Parish of, 96, 97.

Derwent-Fells , manor of, 84.

Deerham , family of, lxxxi.

Deer-parks , c.

Delamore , family of, lxxxiv. Arms, ibid. note.

Denton-Nether , parish of, 98.

Denton-Over , 97.

Denton of Warnell-hall, family of, lxxi. lxxii. Arms, ibid.

Denton of Cardew, family of, lxxii. Arms, ibid.

Denton's Holme , 78.

Derventio , Roman station of, cxlii.

Derwent river, cv.

Derwentwater , civ.

Derwentwater , family of, lxxxi. Arms, ibid. n. 85.

Derwentwater , earldom of, lxii. Arms, ibid.

Distington , parish of, 98, 99.

Dovenby , manor of, 36.

Dovenby , family of, lxxxi.

Downhall in Aikton, 5.

Drawdykes castle, 157.

Drigg , parish of, 99.

Drumburgh , or Drumbugh, 30. Roman station at, cxl.

Dudden river, cv.

Dundraw , manor of, 47.

Dundraw , family of, lxxxi.

Dykes , family of, lxxii. Arms, ibid.

E.

Eaglesfield , manor of, 39.

Eaglesfield , family of, lxxxvi.

Eamont river, cvi.

Easeby in Brampton, 31.

Eden river, cv.

Edenhall , parish of, 100.

Edward I . at Carlisle, in 1298 and 1300, xv. 63. Dies at Burgh on the Sands, xvi. 49.

Edward II . receives the homage of his subjects at Carlisle, xvi. 64.

Edward III . Enters Scotland from Carlisle, in 1335, xviii.

Eglesfield , family of, xciv.

Egremont , castle, cciii. Parish of, 101—103. Barony of, 101. Borough, 102. Markets, &c. ibid. Church, ibid. School, &c. 103.

Egremont , Earl of, lvii, lviii. Arms, lviii.

Ellen or Elne river, cvi.

Ellenborough , manor of, 54, 97. Roman station at, cxli.

Ellenborough , Lord, lx. Arms, ibid.

Ellenhall , 103.

Embleton , 39, 44.

Enn river, cvi.

Ennerdale in St. Bees, 20.

Esk river, cvi.

Eskdale , civ.

Eskdale and Wasdale, township of, 21.

Eskmeals , cxlviii.

Eston , ancient parish of, 14.

Ethelred , his invasions of Cumberland, iv. v.

Etterby , manor of, 158.

Ewanrigg , see Unerigg.

Exports from Cumberland, cxvii. cxxvii, cxxviii.

F.

Fairfax , family of, xciv. Arms, ibid.

Fairs , xxxiii. xxxiv.

Farlam , parish of, 103.

Farlam , family of, lxxxi.

Fenwick , family of, lxxxi. Arms, ibid. note.

Fetherstonhaugh , family of, lxxiii. 129. Arms, lxxiii.

Fisheries , cxvii. cxviii.

Five-towns , manor of, 39.

Fletcher of Cleahall, family of, lxv. Arms, lxvi.

Fletcher of Moresby, family of, lxvi.

Fletcher of Tallantire, lxvi.

Fletcher-Vane , family of, lxvi. Arms, ibid.

Flimby , chapelry of, 53. Manor, ibid.

Fonts , ancient, cxciii, cxciv.

Fool of Muncaster, 140.

Forests and deer parks, xcix. c.

Forster , family of, xciv. Arms, ibid.

Fossils and minerals, cx—cxi.

Frisington , family of, lxxxi.

G.

Gabrocentum , a Roman station, cxl.

Gale , manor of, 136.

Gamelsby , lordship of, 4, 5.

Gateskale , 90. Manor of, 94.

Garragill , 9.

Gaskarth , family of, 84. 176.

Gelt river, cvi.

Gelt river, inscription on the rocks of, clxxx.

Gentlemen's Seats , xcviii. xcix.

Gentry of Cumberland, account of, lxix—xcviii.

Geographical and geological description of Cumberland, c—cx.

Gibson , family of, lxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Gilcrux , or Gilcruce, parish of, 103.

Gilpin , family of, lxxiii. 153. Arms, ibid.

Gilsland , barony of, liv. 31. Ravaged by the Scots, xvi.—xix.

Gilsland Spa , 133. Waters of, cxv, cxvi.

Glannavanta , a Roman station, cxlii.

Glassonby , lordship of, 4.

Glosson in Bowness, 30.

Goat , the, 34.

Gobarrow park , civ. 106.

Gosforth , cross, cci. Parish of, 103, 104.

Gosforth , family of, lxxxi.

Graham of Esk and Netherby, family of, lxv. 11. Arms, lxv.

Graham of Edmund's Castle, family of, lxvii. Arms, ibid.

Graham of Nunnery, family of, xciv.

Graham , George, a native of Kirklinton, 127.

Grames , or Grahams, clan of, banished, xxii.

Grane . family of, lxxxiv.

Graneson family of, lxxxiv.

Grange brow , 117.

Greenhow , 49. Family of, lxxxi.

Greenthwaite , manor of, 108.

Greeta river, cvi.

Gregory , king of Scotland, expels the Danes from the northern counties, iv.

Grey-Southern , manor of, 39.

Greystock , parish of, 104—109. Barony of, ibid. Castle, ccvi. 105. Park, 106. Church, ibid. Orthography of, 177.

Greystock , barony of, lv 104. Arms, lvi.

Greystock castle taken by the parliament army, xxv. 105.

Grey-Yawd , cxxix.

Grinsdale , parish of, 109.

Grinsdale , family of, lxxxii.

Grisdale , manor of, 106. Chapelry of, 109.

Gypsum , cxxvi.

H.

Hale , parish of, 109, 110.

Hale , family of, lxxxii.

Halfden the Dane, conquers the kingdom of Northumberland, iv.

Hall , Anthony, D. a native of Kirkbride, 123.

Hall-Thwaites , 138.

Haltcliff or Half-cliff, township of, 50, 51.

Halton , family of. lxxiii. Arms, ibid.

Hameshill in Bridekirk, 34.

Harby or Harby brow, 9.

Harescough , or Harescow, 128.

Harington , family of, lxiii. Arms, ibid.

Harraby grange , 80.

Harrington , parish of, 110.

Harrington house , manor of, 77.

Hartrigg , manor of, 154.

Hasell , family of, lxxiv. Arms, ibid.

Hawkesdale , 90. Manor of, 94. Hall, ibid.

Hay , or Hayes Castle, 99.

Hayton , parish of. 110, 111. Manor of, 15.

Hayton , family of, lxxxii.

Hegheved , 93.

Henderbye , 80.

Hensingham , manor of, 21. Chapel, ibid.

Herda , Andrew de. executed for treason, 58.

Hesket parish of, 111, 112. Manor of, 51.

Hesket-Newmarket , town of, 51.

Hetherington , family of, lxxxvi.

Hethersgill , 126.

Hewthwaite , manor of, 43.

Highgrave quarter , 50.

High-head , 93. Castle, ccvi.

Highmore of Harby-brow, family of, lxxiv Arms, ibid.

Highmore of Armathwaite, xciv. Arms, ibid.

Hill-top house, 84.

Historical events relating to Cumberland, iii—xxvii.

Hodgson , family of, xcv. Arms, ibid.

Holme-Cultram , parish of, 113—115. Abbey, 113. Church, 114. Market and fairs, ibid.

Holme-rook , 119.

Horsgills , 127.

Hospitals , xxxii.

Howard , family of, lvi. lvii. Arms, ibid.

Howard of Corby, family of, lxxiv.

Howard , Lord William, checks the Moss-troopers, xxiii. His seal and library at Naworth, 32.

Howchonson , family of, lxxxiv.

Huddlesceugh , 130.

Hudleston , family of, lxxiv. 107. Arms, lxxv.

Hughthwaite , family of, lxxxii.

Hunsdon , Lord, defeats Leonard Dacre, xxi.

Huthwaite , see Hewthwaite.

Hutton , parish of, 115, 116.

Hutton-hall , manor of, 145.

Hutton of Hutton, family of, xcv.

Hutton-John , manor of, 107.

Hutton of Hutton-John, family of, lxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Hutton of Gale and of Hutton-hall, family of, lxxxvi. Arms, ibid.

I. & J.

Jackson , family of, lxxxiv.

Ilekirk , 165.

Inscriptions , Roman, cxlix—clxxxv. Runic, ccxiii. cci.

Johnby , manor of, 107.

John le Chapple or de Capella, manor of, 77.

John's , St. parish of, 117.

Johnson , family of, lxxv. Arms, ibid.

Ireby , parish of, 117. 118.

Ireby , family of, lxxxii. Arms, ibid. note.

Iron mines , cxxiv.

Irt river, cvi.

Irthing river, cvi.

Irthington , 118. Parish of, 119.

Irton , parish of, 119. Cross, cci.

Irton , family of, lxxv. Arms, ibid.

Isaacby , 118.

Isel , parish of, 120, 121.

Jupiter , altars dedicated to, cl—clii. clxi—clxv.

Ivegill , 90. 95.

K.

Kelet , family of, lxxxiv.

Kelton-quarter , 130.

Kershope river, cvii.

Keswick , 86, 87. Manor of, 85.

Kettle , ancient, ccviii.

Kingwater , 131.

Kingwater river, cvii.

Kirk-Andrews on Eden , parish of, 121.

Kirk-Andrews upon Esk , parish of, 121, 122.

Kirk-Andrews in Kirkland, 125.

Kirk-Bampton , parish of, 122, 123.

Kirk-Bride , parish of, 123.

Kirkbride , family of, lxxxvii.

Kirk-Cambock , parish of, 124,

Kirkland , parish of, 124, 126. Church, 125.

Kirklanders , 125.

Kirklevington , or Kirklinton, barony of, lv.

Kirklinton , or Kirklevington, parish of, 126, 127.

Kirk-Oswald , parish of, 127—131. Castle, ccv. 127. Market and fairs, 128. Church, 129. Barony of, lv.

Kirk-Oswald burnt by the Scots, xvi. 128.

Kirksanton , manor of, 137.

Kirksteads , 121.

L.

Lakes , ciii. civ. cviii.

Lamonby , manor of, 155.

Lamplugh , family of, lxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Lamplugh , parish of, 130.

Lanercost , parish of, 131—133. Priory, 131, 132. Plundered by the Scots, xviii.

Langanby , see Langwathby.

Langrigg , manor of, 48.

Langrigg , family of, lxxxii.

Langton , family of, xcv. Arms, ibid.

Langthwaite green , 26.

Langwathby , parish of, 133, 134.

Lassell or Lasson hall, 169.

Latus , family of, lxxxvii.

Lawson of Isel, family of, lxix. Arms, ibid.

Layton , family of, lxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Lazonby , parish of, 134, 135.

Leake , Dr. 7.

Lead-mines , cxx. cxxi.

Leathes-water , civ.

Leathes , family of, lxxv. Arms, lxxvi.

Lees gill , 9.

Leigh , family of, lxxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Lekelay , 29.

Lesson hall , 169.

Leven or Line river, cvii.

Leversdale , 118, 119.

Levington , barony of, lv. 126.

Levington , family of, lxxxii.

Liddell river, cvii.

Liddell , barony of, liv. 11.

Liddell Castle besieged by the Scots, xviii. 12.

Liddell's Strength , 12.

Limestone , cxxv.

Lineside , 10.

Linstock , barony of, 83.

Long-Burgh , 49.

Longevity of the inhabitants of Cumberland, xlv—lii.

Lonsdale , Earl of, family of, lviii. Arms, lix.

Lorton , chapelry of, 44, 45. Manor of, 53.

Low-end , manor of, 107.

Loweswater , chapelry of, 26.

Lowgrave-quarter , 50.

Lows-water , civ.

Lowther river, cvii.

Lowther , family of, lxviii. 22, 23. See Lonsdale.

Lowthwaite house , 84.

Luck of Edenhall, ccix.

Luck of Muncaster, xx. ccix. 139.

Lucy of Cockermouth, Baron, family of, lx. Arms, ibid.

Lutwidge , family of, lxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Lyddal , barony of, 11.

M.

Mansion-houses , ancient, ccvi.

Maiden way , a Roman road, cxxxv.

Manufactures , cxxvi. cxxvii.

Maponus , a local deity, altars dedicated to, clv. clxxiv.

Markets , and Market-towns, xxxii, xxxiii.

Mars , altars dedicated to, cliii. clxvi.

Martindale , family of, xcv. Arms, ibid.

Mary queen of Scots, at Cockermouth, 42. Her confinement at Carlisle, 64—68. Her supposed residence at Workington hall, 173.

Mary , St., parish of, in Carlisle, 78.

Maryport , town of, 54, 55.

Matris Deœ , altars to, clvi. clxxvi. clxxvii.

Matterdale , chapelry of, 108.

Mawburgh , camp near, cxlvii.

Mealcastre , or Meolcastre, 139.

Mealrigg , 45.

Meg , Long, and her daughters, a circle of stones so called, cxxviii.

Melmerby , parish of, 135, 136.

Middlegate , 143.

Middleham , family of, lxxxiv.

Middlesceugh , 77.

Middle-township , 126.

Milbourne , family of, lxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Millam , see Millom.

Milham , 136.

Millom , castle, ccv. Parish of, 136—138. Manor, 136, 137. Church, ibid.

Millom , family of, lxxxii. Arms, ibid. note.

Mire-house , 18.

Mite river, cvii.

Mitredale , manor of, 21.

Moat , 121.

Moat , the, a seat of the Grahams, 12.

Mockerton , 26.

Mogon , altars dedicated to, cliv. clxx.

Monasteries , xxxi. xxxii. Remains of, cxcix.

Monasteries , at Carlisle, 69, 70.

Monk-hall , 85.

Moorhouse in Burgh-on-Sands, 50.

Moor-row , 48.

Moresby , parish of, 138, 139. Roman station at, cxliv.

Moresby , family of, lxxxii. Arms, ibid. note.

Moriceby , see Moresby.

Morton , or Moortown, 130.

Morton , manor of, 116.

Morton , family of, lxxxii.

Morvill , family of, lxxxiii. Arms, ibid. note.

Mosier , 44.

Mossdale , manor of, 51.

Mosergh , 44.

Mosser , 39, 44.

Moss-troopers , xxiii.

Mountains , height of, ciii. note.

Mulcaster , see Muncaster.

Mulcastre , or Muncaster, family of, xcvi. Arms, ibid.

Multon of Gilsland, barons of, lxiii. Arms, ibid.

Multon of Egremont, barons of, lxiii. Arms, ibid.

Muncaster , cross, cci. Parish of, 139—142. Castle, 139.

Muncaster , Lord, lxi. Arms, ibid.

Munkforce , 169.

Musgrave , family of, 15, 16, 17. 100.

Musgrave of Edenhall, family of, lxiv. Arms, ibid.

Musgrave of Hayton Castle, lxiv.

Musgrave of Crookdake, family of, lxv.

N.

Naddle , 84.

Natural history , cx—cxvii.

Naworth castle , cciv. 31—33.

Nehalennia , altars dedicated to, clxxvi.

Nent river, cvii.

Netherby , 12. Roman station at, cxlvi.

Netherhall , manor of, 54, 97.

Newbiggin , manor of, 28. 77. 79. 89. 118.

Newby , 118.

New-Laithes , manor of, 77.

Newland , manor of, 29.

Newlands , 83, 84. Chapel, 87.

Newton , family of, lxxxiii. Arms, ibid. note.

Newton-Arlosh church, cxci. 115.

Newton-Regny , parish of, 142.

Newton-West , 49.

Newton , 10. 119.

Nichol forest , 121.

Nichol-forest , manor of, 28.

Nicolson , William, born at Orton, 143.

Nobility of Cumberland, lv—lxiv.

Norfolk , Duke of, Baron of Greystock, lvi. 105. Arms, lvi.

Nunnery , 6, 7.

O.

Ogle , family of, xcvi.

Old-Carlisle , cxlii, cxliii. 165.

Olenacum , a Roman station, cxlii. cxliii.

Orfeur , family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Ormathwaite , 85.

Orthwaite hall , 163.

Orton , parish of, 142, 143.

Orton , family of, lxxxiii. Arms, ibid. note.

Osmunderley , or Osmotherley, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Oughterby , 122.

Oulton , manor of, 169.

Ousby , parish of, 143.

Outerby , manor of, 16.

P.

Paintings , ancient, in Naworth castle, cciv. In Carlisle cathedral, ccvii.

Papcastle , Roman station of, cxlii. 37.

Parishes , number of, in Cumberland, xxviii. Table of, xxix—xxxi.

Parton , 139. Manor of, 159.

Parton , family of, lxxxiii.

Parvinge , family of, lxxxiii.

Patrickson , family of, lxxvi. Arms, ibid.

Pattenson , family of, lxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Pennington , family of, 139.

Penrith , town and parish of, 143—147. Manors, 144, 145. Castle, ccv. 145. Market, &c. 146. Church, 146, 147. School, 147, 148.

Penrith , Old, a Roman station, cxliii. 134.

Penruddock , manor of, 107.

Penruddock , family of, xcvi. Arms, ibid.

Person , family of, lxxxiv.

Petterell crook , 111.

Petterell river, cvii.

Petriana , Roman station of, cxxxix.

Pickering , family of, xcvi. Arms, ibid.

Plague , persons dying of, in Cumberland, 130. 146.

Plants , indigenous, cxi—cxiv.

Plumbland , parish of, 148, 149.

Plumpton , manor of, 135. Hall, ibid.

Plumpton-head , 144.

Plumpton-park , 134.

Plumpton Street , 111.

Plumpton-Wall , 135. Roman station at, cxliii.

Ponsonby , parish of, 149, 150.

Ponsonby , family of, lxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Population of Cumberland, xxxiv—xliv.

Porter of Alwardby, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Porter of Weary-hall, family of, lxxxviii. Arms, lxxxix.

Portingscale , 83, 84.

Ports and havens, cxxvii, cxxviii.

Preston , Viscount, 11.

Priors hall , 118.

Produce of Cumberland, cxvii—cxxvi.

R.

Radcliffe , family of, lxii. lxvii.

Ranulph de Meschines obtains the county of Cumberland, vi.

Raughton , 90. Manor of, 94.

Raughton , family of, lxxxiii.

Ravenglass , town of, 141. Fairs, &c. ibid.

Rawling , family of, xcvi.

Reay , family of, 48.

Reay , William, a native of Nether-Denton, 98.

Redmain , 120.

Redman , family of, lxxxiii. Arms, ibid. note.

Regny , family of, lxxxiii.

Relph , Josiah, a native of Sebergham, 154.

Renwick , parish of, 150.

Richardgate or Richergate, 77.

Ribton , manor of, 37.

Ribton , family of, xcvi. Arms, ibid.

Richardby , see Rickerby.

Richmond , family of, lxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Rickerby , manor of, 157.

Rivers , cv—cviii.

Roads , cviii—cx. Roman, cxxxv—cxxxvii. British, cxxx.

Rocliffe , cross, cci. Parish of, 150, 151.

Roman roads and stations, cxxix—cxlviii.

Roman antiquities.

Roman altars and inscribed stones, cxlix—clxxxv.

Roman wall, cxxxi—cxxxiv.

Rose-castle , ccv. 91, 92. Burnt by the Scots, xvii. xviii. 91. Taken by the parliamentary army, xxv. 92.

Rosley fair, 165.

Rotington in St. Bees, 22.

Rotington , family of, lxxxiii.

Rowcliff , see Rockliffe.

S.

Salkeld , Great, parish of, 151, 152. Church, cxcii.

Salkeld-Little , manor of, 4.

Salkeld , manor of, seized by K. Edward I. xiv.

Salkeld-Regis , 151.

Salkeld , family of, lxxxix. Arms, ibid.

Sandes or Sandys, family of, lxxvii. Arms, ibid.

Sandgate , 144.

Sark river, cvii.

Saxon ornaments, ccviii. Coins, ibid.

Scaleby , parish of, 152, 153. Manor, 153.

Scaleby castle , ccv. Surrendered in 1645, xxv. 152.

Scales , 45.

Scoggerbar , manor of, 169.

Scotby , 166. Manor of, 167.

Scots invade Cumberland, iv. vii. ix. xiv—xxi.

Seascales , 104.

Seaton , manor of, 52.

Sebergham , parish of, 153, 154.

Sella park , 38.

Senhouse , family, lxxvii. Arms, lxxviii.

Sepulchral inscriptions, clix. clx. clxxxiii. clxxxiv.
-, — monuments, cxciv—cxcviii.

Setlocenia , a local deity, clv. clxxiv.

Setmurthy , 39, 43.

Seton , monastery of, 29.

Siege of Carlisle in 1315, account of, 57, 58, note. In 1645, 60, 61.

Silvanus , altars dedicated to, cliv. clxxii.

Simpson , family of, xcvii.

Simpson , Joseph and Bolton, Drs. born at Redmain, 120.

Skelton , parish of, 155, 156.

Skelton , family of xcvii. Arms, ibid.

Skelton , Thomas, the fool of Muncaster, 140.

Skiddaw , mountain of, ciii. 84.

Skinburness , 114, 115. Haven of, cxxvii.

Skirwith , manor of, 124. Hall, ibid. Abbey, 125.

Slate-quarries , cxxvi.

Slee , John, takes three rebels prisoners, 135.

Slough dogs , xxiii.

Smarthwaite , 84.

Snittlegarth , 160.

Socage manor of Carlisle, 77.

Soils and strata, c—cii.

Solom moss , 122.

Solport , manor of, 158.

Solway moss , 122. Battle of, xx.

Soulby , 89, 90.

Southaik or Southak, family of, lxxxix. Arms, xc.

Sowerby Castle , parish of, 155, 156.

Staffield , or Staffold, 127, 128.

Staffold , family of, lxxxiii.

Stainburn , 172. Manor, 175. Manor-place destroyed by the Scots, xvii. 175.

Stainton , 89, 90.

Stanley , family of lxxviii. Arms, ibid.

Stanwix , parish of, 157, 158. Roman station at, cxxxix.

Stanwix , family of, xc. Arms, ibid.

Stapleton , parish of, 158, 159.

Stapleton , family of, lxxxiii. Arms, ibid. note.

Stations , Roman, cxxxvii—cxlviii.

Stavely , family of, lxxxiii.

Stephen , King, marches towards Scotland, vii.

Stuart , Charles, the Pretender, takes Carlisle, xxvii. 61.

Stoneraise , 165.

Stone-stalls , ancient, cxciii.

Sunderland , 120.

Sunken kirk , cxxix.

Surface and scenery, cii—civ.

Swinburn , family of, lxxxiv.

Swinburn of Hughthwaite, family of, xc. Arms, ibid.

Swinside , manor of, 51.

T.

Tallantire , manor of, 38.

Tallantire , family of, lxxxiv.

Tarns , cviii.

Tarn Wadling , 112.

Tarraby , manor of, 158.

Tees river, cvii.

Thirlemeer , civ.

Thomlinson , family of, xc.

Thornborowe , family of, xcvii. Arms, ibid.

Thornthwaite , 83. Chapel, 87.

Threapland , 160. Manor of, 161.

Threlkeld , 108. Hall, ibid. Chapel, 109.

Threlkeld , family of, xc. Arms, xci.

Thursby , parish of, 159. Manor of, 160.

Thwaite hall , manor of, 107.

Thwaites , 136. 138.

Thwaites , family of, xcvii. Arms, ibid.

Tiliol , family of, lxxxiv.

Tolson , family of, xcviii. Arms, ibid.

Torpenhow , parish of, 160 — 162.

Towns , British, cxxx—cxxxii.

Towry , family of, xci. Arms, ibid.

Trough , 158.

Tryermain , 133.

Turp , family of, lxxxiv.

Tyne river, cvii.

U.

Ughtredby , manor of, 16.

Ukmanby or Upmanby, manor of, 9.

Uldale , parish of, 163.

Ullock , 95.

Ulpha , 136. Manor, 138.

Ulswater , ciii.

Under-Skiddaw , 83.

Unerigg , manor of, 97.

Unthank , 155.

Upmanby , 9.

Uriell , family of, xcviii. Arms, ibid.

Utterby , manor of, 122.

V.

Vaux of Gilsland, family of, xci. Arms, ibid.

Vaux of Tryermain, xci, Arms, ibid.

Vaux of Catterlen, xci. Arms, xcii.

Vaux of Hayton, xcii.

Vicar's Island on Derwentwater, 86.

Vipont , family of, lxxxiv. Arms, ibid. note.

Virosidum , a Roman station, cxlii. cxliii.

Volantium , a supposed Roman station, cxlii.

Voreda , a Roman station, cxliii.

W.

Waberthwaite , parish of, 163.

Wake of Liddell, barons of, lxii. Arms, ibid.

Walby , 83.

Wall , Roman, cxxxi. cxxxiv.

Walsh , family of, lxvii. Arms, ibid.

Walton , parish of, 163, 164.

Wampool river, cvii.

Wanthwaite , vale of, 84.

Wards , division of Cumberland into, xxviii.

Warden , Lord, appointed on the borders, xiii.

Warnell , manor of, 153. Hall, ibid.

Warthole , manor of, 149.

Warwick , parish of, 164. Manor, ibid.

Warwick , family of, lxxviii. Arms, lxxix.

Wasdale , 21.

Wasdalehead , 21.

Wastwater , civ.

Watch-cross , Roman station at, cxxxix. 119.

Watches on the borders of Scotland, xi—xiii.

Watenlath , 83.

Water-Millock , chapelry of, 108.

Waters , mineral, cxv—cxvii.

Waterhead , 131.

Wathinpool , manor of, 6.

Waver river, cviii.

Waybergthwaite , 163.

Weary hall , 28.

West-end , 49.

West-Linton or Levington, 126.

Westward , parish of, 164—166.

Wetheral , safeguard, ccviii. Parish of, 166—168.

Wheddicar , manor of, 22.

Whelpdale , family of, lxxix. Arms, ibid.

Wheyrig , 47.

Whicham , parish of, 168.

Whichamshall , manor of, 168.

Whinfell , township and manor of, 39. 44.

Whitbeck , parish of, 168, 169.

Whitehall , manor of, 9.

Whitehaven , town of, 22—25. Manor, 22. Lord Lonsdale's seat, 23. Trade, 24. Fairs and markets, ibid. Chapels, 25. Port of, cxxvii, cxxviii.

Whitrig , 30.

Whiterigg , 160.

Wigton , town and parish of, 169—172. Barony of, liv. 169. Market, &c. 170. Manufactures, ibid. Church, ibid. Hospital, 171. School, 172.

Wigton , family of, lxxxiv.

William the Lion invades Cumberland, ix.

William Rufus at Carlisle, vii.

Winder , 130.

Windsor , family of, xcii.

Winscales , 172.

Wiza river, cvii.

Woodhall , 51.

Woodside , 79. 165.

Workington , town and parish of, 172—175. Hall, 173. Trade, 174. Church, ibid. School, 175. Port of, cxxvii, cxxviii.

Wreay , chapelry of, 77. 79.

Wulstey Castle , 115.

Wybergh , family of, lxxix. Arms, ibid.

Wyberthwaite , 163.

Wythburn , 83. Manor of, 84. Chapel, 87.

Wythorp , manor and chapel of, 45.

Wyvill , family of, xcviii. Arms, ibid.