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An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 11
Tunstede Hundred Casewic or Keswick CASEWIC, OR KESWICK, Was a town joining to Backton, and was part of the great manor of Bacton, which extended into this place, and Bromholm, and was granted by William de
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5
Hundred of Humble-Yard Keswick KESWICK, Or Case-Wic, i. e. the cottages upon the wic or winding of the river, to which the situation, which is on the river's side, exactly answers. In the Confessor's time this manor
A History of the County of Cumberland: Volume 2
Hospitals Wigton, Bewcastle, Caldbeck and Keswick 14. THE HOSPITAL ... THE HOUSE OF ST. JOHN, KESWICK The house of St. John ( domus sancti Johannis) ... Keswick. At one time hospitals such as...
Map of Cumberland
Braithwaite, Brandelhow, Castlerigg, Great Crosthwaite, Keswick, Little Town, Portinscale, Stair, CA12 5, CA12 4
Map of Yorkshire
Bardsey, Chapel Hill, Clap Gate, Dunkeswick, East Keswick, Eccup, Harewood, Kearby Town End, Netherby, Weardley, Weeton, Wike, LS17 9, LS22 4, HG3 1, LS17 0, LS16 8
Map of Norfolk
Bacton, Keswick, Knapton, Paston, Paston Green, Paston Street, NR12 0, NR28 0, NR28 9
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 9
Williamson, of Keswicke in Cumberland, and had Sir John Cremer, Knt. his eldest
Magna Britannia: Volume 4, Cumberland
and Keswick, in Allerdale below Derwent. The collective number of houses in these townships (exclusive of Keswick) was in 1811, 362, that of inhabitants 1973, ... the present baronet, of the same name. The manors...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Edward, Mary and Elizabeth, 1547-80
at Hampton, and not elsewhere. Oct. 7. Keswick. 79. Tho. Thurland, Provost ... them getting into the hands of foreigners. Oct. 10. Keswick. 81. Daniel ... at Keswick. Shall discharge some of the...