Cumberland is in North.
In 1451 Anne Threlkeld 1451-1511 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (16) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (17) at Cumberland.
Aldingham Furness, Cumberland
Around 1283 Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington 1283-1347 was born to William Dacre 1266-1318 (16) and Joan Gernet 1270-1324 (13) at Aldingham Furness.
He was buried at Cartmel Priory. His wife Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington 1283-1347 (64) was buried with him.
On 02 Jul 1347 Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington 1283-1347 (64) died at Aldingham Furness.
In 1410 Thomas Dacre 1410-1448 was born to Thomas Dacre 6th Baron Dacre Gilsland 1387-1458 (22) and Philippa Neville Baroness Dacre Gilsland 1386-1453 (24) at Brampton.
Around 1500 Archbishop Hugh Curwen 1500-1568 was born at Brampton.
Naworth Brampton, Cumberland
Around 1424 Margaret Dacre 1424-1452 was born to Thomas Dacre 6th Baron Dacre Gilsland 1387-1458 (36) and Philippa Neville Baroness Dacre Gilsland 1386-1453 (38) at Naworth Brampton.
On 01 Jun 1792 James Graham 2nd Baronet of Netherby 1792-1861 was born to James Graham 1st Baronet of Netherby 1761-1824 (31) at Naworth Brampton.
Brough Castle, Cumberland
In 1206 Eleanor Fair Maid of Brittany (22) was imprisoned at Brough Castle, under the guard of Robert de Vipont Baron of Westmoreland -1228, then at Bowes Castle, then Corfe Castle. At Corfe Castle she was accompanied by twenty-five French knights loyal to her. Following an attempt to escape twenty-two of the knights were starved to death.
After 12 Aug 1332 Edward Balliol I King Scotland 1283-1364 stayed at Brough Castle.
Burgh by Sands, Cumberland
In May 1131 Walter Beauchamp 1090-1131 (41) died at Burgh by Sands.
Edward I Monument Burgh by Sands, Cumberland
Edward (68) had gathered around him Thomas Plantagenet 2nd Earl of Leicester 2nd Earl Lancaster 5th Earl Salisbury 4th Earl Lincoln 1278-1322 (29), Guy Beauchamp 10th Earl Warwick 1272-1315 (35), Aymer Valence 2nd Earl Pembroke 1275-1324 (32) and Robert Clifford 1st Baron Clifford 1274-1314 (33) and charged them with looking after his son in particular ensuring Piers Gaveston 1st Earl Cornwall 1284-1312 (23) didn't return from exile.
Monument to Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307 at the location at which he died. By Thomas or John Longstaff for the Duke of Norfolk and John Aglionby. Red sandstone ashlar. Tall square column on moulded plinth, moulded cornice, shaped cap surmounted by cross. Latin inscription on south side to memory of Edward I, who died in his camp at Burgh by Sands, 7 July 1307; east side inscription giving titles of Henry Howard, Duke of Norfolk and date 1685; west side inscription John Aglionby. Also had inscription, Tho Longstaff, Fecit 1685 (Ms 7/3f191, St Edmund Hall, Oxford). Bronze plaque records restoration by the Earl of Lonsdale 1803 (collapsed, March 1795); further restoration of 1876. For full inscription see W. Hutchinson, History of Cumberland, 1794, vol. 2, p504:
Mr. J. Norman, of Kirkandrews, favoured us with the annexed fouth view of King Edward's monument, with the infcriptions, which he took in 1793, which he assures us are very accurate. At that time it leaned much to the west, and on the 4th of March, 1795, it fell down:
South Side: MEMORIÆ ÆTERNÆ EDVARDI I. REGIS ANGLIÆ LONGE CLARISSIMI QVI IN BELLI APPARATV CONTRA SCOTOS OCCVPATVS HlC INI CASTRIS OBIIT 7. IVLII A. D. 1307.
East Side Side: NOBILISSIMVS PRINCEPS HENRIC. HOWARD DVX NORFOLC. COM. MARESCHAL ANGL. COM. ARVNDEL SVRR. NORFOLC. ET NORWIC. BARO HOWARD MOWBREY SEGRAVE BREWS DE GOWER FITSALAN WARREN ESCALES CLVN OSWALDTREE MALTRAVERS FVRNIVAL GRAYSTCH ET HOWARD DE CASTLRISING PRÆNO. ORD. GARTER. MIL. CONSTAB. ET GVBERNATOR REGAL. CASTRI ET HONOR. DE WINDSOR CVSTOS FOREST DE WINDSOR DOM. LOCVMTEN. NORFOLC. SVRR. BERKER. ET CIV. ET COM. CIV. NORWICI OB EDV. I. REGE ANGLIuE ORIVNDVS P. 1685.
West Side. JOHANNES AGLIONBY I. C. F. C.
A singularity which attends the above fact is, that the army must have lain, and the royal tent been pitched, in a most improper place, on marshy ground, on a dead level ; when, within a quarter of a mile further fouthward, there was a fine inclining ground, dry and healthy, and not subject to any surprise or attack from superior heights. Any one who has viewed this place, would be inclined to believe a skillful general would not encamp an army on the spot that tradition and this monunnent point out.
Ribton Hall, Camerton, Cumberland
In or after 1627 Thomas Lamplugh of Ribton in Cumberland 1587-1670 (40) and Grace Barwise 1609-1640 (18) were married. They lived at Ribton Hall.
On 04 Apr 1406 Ralph Neville 2nd Earl Westmoreland 1406-1484 was born to John Neville 1387-1420 (19) and Elizabeth Holland at Cockermouth. He a great x 3 grandson of Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307.
Bridekirk Cockermouth, Cumberland
On 25 Jul 1633 Joseph Williamson Secretary of State 1633-1701 was born in Bridekirk Cockermouth.
Wordsworth House, Cockermouth, Cumberland
On 07 Apr 1770 William Wordsworth 1770-1850 was born to John Wordsworth -1783 and Ann Cookson at Wordsworth House.
On 25 Dec 1771 Dorothy Wordsworth 1771-1855 was born to John Wordsworth -1783 and Ann Cookson at Wordsworth House.
On 09 Jun 1774 Christopher Wordsworth 1774-1846 was born to John Wordsworth -1783 and Ann Cookson at Wordsworth House.
John Wordsworth -1805 was born to John Wordsworth -1783 and Ann Cookson at Wordsworth House.
Corby Castle, Cumberland
On 04 Sep 1591 Elizabeth Howard 1559-1591 (32) died at Corby Castle.
On 09 Sep 1789 Maria Archer 1768-1789 (21) died in childbirth at Corby Castle. Monument in Holy Trinity Church Wetheral sculpted by Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823 (52) costing £1500. He regarded it as his finest work; entitled Faith. When Nollekens realized that his work was destined for so remote a part of the Kingdom it is said that he burst into tears as he felt so few people would see it. This work is represented on the Nollekens Monument in Paddington Parish Church by William Behnes Sculptor 1795-1864. On seeing the sculpture Wordsworth wrote "XXXIX Monument Of Mrs Howard - By Nollekens - In Wetheral Church, Near Corby, On The Banks Of The Eden".
In 1810 Philip Howard 1730-1810 (79) died at Corby Castle.
On 01 May 1842 Henry Howard 1757-1842 (84) died at Corby Castle.
In 1180 William Dacre 1180-1258 was born at Dacre.
In 1258 William Dacre 1180-1258 (78) died at Dacre.
On 23 May 1542 Edward Musgrave 1461-1542 (81) died at Edenhall.
On 15 Oct 1544 William Musgrave 1497-1544 (47) died at Edenhall.
In 1546 Thomas Musgrave of Cumcatch in Cumberland 1546-1600 was born at Edenhall.
Edenhall Castle Edenhall, Cumberland
Ennerdale Bridge, Cumberland
St Mary's Church, Ennerdale Bridge, Cumberland
On 26 Apr 1944 Edward Dixon MacDonald 1923-1944 (21) died in a plane crash. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Ennerdale Bridge. when Wellington III DF640 crashed following a failed landing. Took off Hixon for night circuit training, Landed 0134 hrs but bounced rather badly. The crew attempted to go round again, but their aircraft failed to gain height and flew into a hill, 250 feet above sea level and known locally as Weston Bank, near the airfield, bursting into flames on impact amongst some trees. Norman Albert Roberts Mousdell and Harold Desmond Purbrick were also killed.
Gleaston Castle, Cumberland
In 1356 Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington 1356-1406 was born to John Harrington 2nd Baron Harington 1328-1363 (28) and Joan Bermingham 1335-1359 (21) at Gleaston Castle.
On 28 May 1363 John Harrington 2nd Baron Harington 1328-1363 (35) died at Gleaston Castle. His son Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington 1356-1406 (7) succeeded 3rd Baron Harington. Given his young age Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington 1356-1406 (7) became a ward of King Edward III England (50) who granted his wardship to his daughter Isabella Plantagenet Countess Bedford and Soissons 1332-1382 (30) and her husband Enguerrand de Coucy 1st Earl Bedford 1st Count Soissons 1340-1397 (23).
In 1390 William Harrington 5th Baron Harington 1390-1457 was born to Robert Harrington 3rd Baron Harington 1356-1406 (34) and Isabel Loring Baroness Harington -1400 at Gleaston Castle.
In or before 1329 Joan Harrington 1329- was born to John Harrington 1st Baron Harington 1281-1347 (47) and Margaret aka Joan Dacre Baroness Harington 1283-1347 (45) at Harrington.
Hayton Castle, Cumberland
On 22 Nov 1673 Edward Musgrave 1st Baronet 1617-1673 (56) died at Hayton Castle. His son Richard Musgrave 2nd Baronet 1645-1710 (28) succeeded 2nd Baronet Musgrave of Hayton Castle in Cumbria.
Around May 1899 Joseph Edwin Sewell 1899-1918 was born to William Sewell 1858- at Lamplugh
Bird Dyke, Lamplugh, Cumberland
31 Mar 1901. Census. Bird Dyke, Lamplugh.
William Sewell 1858-. Iron Ore Miner.
Joseph Edwin Sewell 1899-1918 (1).
02 Apr 1911. Census. Bird Dyke, Lamplugh.
William Sewell 1858-.
Joseph Edwin Sewell 1899-1918 (11).
St Michael's Church, Lamplugh, Cumberland
On 19 Jan 1687 Frances Lamplugh -1687 died. She was buried at St Michael's Church, Lamplugh.
Banks House Lanercost, Cumberland
Lanercost Priory, Cumberland
In 1383 Hugh Dacre 4th Baron Dacre Gilsland 1335-1383 (48) died. He was buried at Lanercost Priory. In 1383 His son William Dacre 5th Baron Dacre Gilsland 1357-1398 (26) succeeded 5th Baron Dacre Gilsland 1C 1321. Joan Douglas Baroness Dacre Gilsland by marriage Baroness Dacre Gilsland.
On 30 May 1485 Humphrey Dacre 1st Baron Dacre Gilsland 1424-1485 (61) died. He was buried at Lanercost Priory. His son Thomas Dacre 2nd Baron Dacre Gilsland 1467-1525 (17) succeeded 2nd Baron Dacre Gilsland 3C 1473.
On 15 Apr 1513 Mary Fenwick Lady Millom -1513 died at Millom.
On 25 Oct 1861 James Graham 2nd Baronet of Netherby 1792-1861 (69) died at Netherby. His son Frederick Ulric Graham 3rd Baronet of Netherby 1820-1888 (41) succeeded 3rd Baronet Graham of Netherby in Cumberland. Jane Hermione Seymour Lady Graham 1832-1909 (29) by marriage Lady Graham of Netherby in Cumberland.
Times Newspaper Deaths. 13 Feb 1867. DEATH OF LORD FEVERSHAM. We regret to announce the death, after a short illness, of Lord Feversham (69), which occurred on Monday night at his residence in Great Cumberland Street. The late William Duncombe Baron Feversham (69), of Dancombe Park, County York, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, was son of Charles first Lord by his marriage with Lady Charlotte Legge (92), only daughter of William, second Earl of Dartmouth. He was born on the 14th of January, 1798, so that he was in his 69th year. The deceased nobleman was educted at Eton, and afterwards proceeded to Christ Church, Oxford. He married l8th of December, 1823, Lady Louisa Stewart (63), third daughter of George, eighth Earl of Galloway (98), by whom,who survives his Lordship, he leaves issue the Hon. Wiliam E. Duncombe (38), M.P., and Captain the Hon. Cecil Duncombe, of the 1st Life Guards, and three daughters, the Hon Jane, married l1th of April, 1849, to the Hon. Laurence Parsons; the Hon. Gertrude (39), married 27th of November 1&19, to Mr. Francis Horatio Fitzroy (43); and the Hon. Helen, married 18th of July, 1855, to Mr. William Becket Denison. Previously to his accession to tbe peerage on the death of his father in July, 1841, he represented Yorkshire in the House of Commons from 1826 to 1830. At the general election in 1831 he was unsuceessful candidate for the coenty, but was returned for the North Riding in the following year, which he continued to represent till 18S1. He voted against the Reforzn Bill of 1832, and was uniformly in favour of agricultural protection. He took great interest in agricultural pursuit, And was a distinguished member of the Royal Agricultural Society, of which he was one of the trustees The deceased noblemna is succeded by his eldest son, the Hon. Wiliam Ernest Duncombe (38), above mentioned, who was born January 28 1829, and married, August 7, 1851, Mabel Violet (33), second daughter of the late Right Hon. Sir James Graham (74), of Netherby. He was M.P. for East Retford from February, 1852, to 1857 and elected for the North Riding of Yorkshire inI 1859, anA was also returned at the last general election After a sharp contest, being second on the poll. He is Captain of the Yorkshire Yeomianry (Hussars) Cavalry, and Lientenent Colonel of the 2d North Riding like his deceased father, he is a supporter of Lord Derby, but in favour of such a measure of Parliamentary Reforms would give no undue preponderance to any one class, but would ensure to a fair distribution of political privileges.
Pendragon Castle Outhgill, Cumberland
After 12 Aug 1332 Edward Balliol I King Scotland 1283-1364 stayed at Pendragon Castle Outhgill.
Muncaster, Ravenglass, Cumberland
Muncaster Castle Ravenglass, Cumberland
On 11 Nov 1816 Charles Hugh Lindsay 1816-1889 was born to James Lindsay 7th Earl Balcarres 24th Earl of Crawford 1783-1869 (33) at Muncaster Castle Ravenglass.
The Marriage of Lieutenant the Earl of Carlisle (23) and Miss Bridget Helen Ruthven (21) eldest daughter of the Master of Ruthven (47) and the Hon. Mrs. Ruthven took place yesterday at St. Paul's Church, Knightsbridge. The ceremony was performed by the Bishop of Oxford (Dr. Charles Gore) (64), cousin of the bride. assisted bv the Rev. Canon Sheppard, D.D. Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal (37).
The bride, who was given away by her father (47) wore a gown of cloth of silver, covered with Old Brussels lace. and lace sleeves, and as tulle veil vith wreath of real orange blossom. and carried a bouquet of myrtle. She was attended by three little pages and one bridesmaid. The pages were Master Patrick Hore-Ruthven, son of Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. Alexander and Mrs. Hore-Ruthvcn, couson of the bride Master Michael Henley son or the Hon. Francis and Lady Dorothy Henley; and Master Anthony Toynbee son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Toynbee, cousins of the bridegroom. They wore Kate Greenaway costumes of pale pink satin, with lawn collars and cuffs. The bridesmaid, Miss Jean Ruthven, sister of the bride, also wore pale pink satin, with a ruby-coloured velvet waistband embroidered in silver, a pale pink veil, with wreath of green leaves. She carried a small bouquet of myrtle. Lioutetant Henry Bovell, R.N.. was best man.
Among those present were:-.
The Hon. Mrs. Ruthven and the Misses Ruthven, Mrs. Jampson grandmother of the bride. Lord Ruthven, the Hon. Mrs. Alexander Hore-Ruthin. the Hon. Geoffrey Howard. M.P.. Professor Gilbert Murray and Lady Mary Murray. Lady Cecelia Roberts. Lady Dorothy Hanley, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Toynbee. the Duchess of Buccleuch and lady Sybil Scott, Winifred Countess of Arran, Lady Winifred Gore and Mrs. Dougal Malcolm, Mr. and Lady Mary Ehart, Viscountess Hambleden and the Hon. Edith Smith, Lord Sheffield, Viscount and Viscountess Dunluce. the Countess of Selkirk, Lord and Lady Stuart-Wortley, Grace Countess of Weymss, the Dowager Countems of Airlie. Lady Helen Mitford, Mrs. L'Estrange. Mrs. L'Estrange Malone, Lady Alwyne Compton. Lady Victoria Russell and the Misses Russell. Lady Jane Combe and the Misses Combe. Lady Blanche Conyngham, Lady (Francis) Howard, Lady Gore, Baroness Geneville aind Miss Winifred Paget.....
Men from nthe ship on which the Earl of Carlislc served at the Battle of Jutlaud formed a Guard of honour as the brlde and bridegroom left the church. There was no reception after the ceremony, but relatives went on to Farm House, Pont-street. Later the Earl (23) and Countess of Carlisle (21) left to spend the honeymoon at Muncaster Castle, the brlde vearing a dress of mole-coloured chiffon velvet with a fur coat aud a mole velvet toque.
St Michael's Church, Muncaster, Ravenglass, Cumberland
On 26 Aug 1905 Frederick Reynolds 1832-1905 (73) died. He was buried at St Michael's Church, Muncaster.
On 01 Oct 1914 Alfred Jerome Vassalli 1881-1914 (33) died of pneumonia (or possibly of wounds) at the King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor. He was buried at St Michael's Church, Muncaster. He was Corporal with the 2nd King Edward's Horse.
On 22 Feb 1956 Annie Pembroke Reynolds 1879-1956 (76) died. She was buried at St Michael's Church, Muncaster.
On 17 Aug 1992 Frederick John Vassalli 1911-1992 (80) died. He was buried at St Michael's Church, Muncaster.
On 08 Dec 2001 Eleanor Hannah Casson 1910-2001 (91) died. She was buried at St Michael's Church, Muncaster.
Scafell Pike, Cumberland
In 1818 Dorothy Wordsworth 1771-1855 (46) wrote of an ascent of Scafell Pike with her friend Mary Barker, Miss Barker's maid, and two local people to act as guide and porter.
Around 1617 Edward Musgrave 1st Baronet 1617-1673 was born to William Musgrave of Hayton Castle 1596-1634 (21) at Scaleby.
Shap Abbey Shap, Cumberland
After 24 Jun 1314 Robert Clifford 1st Baron Clifford 1274-1314 was buried at Shap Abbey Shap.
Solway Moss, Cumberland
On 25 Nov 1542 Thomas Wharton 1st Baron Wharton 1495-1568 (47) commanded the English forces at Battle of Solway Moss at Solway Moss. John Thynne 1515-1580 (27) fought. Of the Scottish army Malcolm Fleming 3rd Lord Fleming 1494-1547 (48), Gilbert Kennedy 3rd Earl Cassilis 1515-1558 (27) and Laurence Oliphant 3rd Lord Oliphant -1566 fought.
William Cunningham 4th Earl Glencairn 1493-1548 (49) was captured and committed to the custody of Thomas Howard 3rd Duke Norfolk 1473-1554 (69). He was released on payment of a ransom of a thousand pounds and subscribing by his own hand to support Henry VIII's (51) project of a marriage between the young Edward VI King England and Ireland 1537-1553 (5) and the Mary Queen of Scots.
St Bees, Cumberland
Cross Hill House St Bees, Cumberland
Around 1519 Archbishop Edmund Grindal 1519-1583 was born in Cross Hill House St Bees.
In 1450 Lancelot Threlkeld 1450-1512 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (15) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (16) at Threlkeld.
In 1463 Jane Threlkeld 1463-1542 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (28) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (29) at Threlkeld.
Around 1466 James Threlkeld 1466-1468 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (31) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (32) at Threlkeld.
Around 1468 Elizabeth Threlkeld 1468-1470 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (33) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (34) at Threlkeld.
Around 1470 Christopher Threlkeld 1470-1539 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (35) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (36) at Threlkeld.
In 1502 Margaret Threlkeld 1459-1502 (43) died at Threlkeld.
In Dec 1512 Lancelot Threlkeld 1450-1512 (62) died at Threlkeld.
On 21 Feb 1531 Elizabeth Clifford 1461-1531 (70) died at Tufton.
In Feb 1698 Lawrence Washington 1659-1698 (38) died at Whitehaven.
On 30 Jan 1701 Mildred Warner 1671-1701 (30) died at Whitehaven.
In 1917 Joseph Edwin Sewell 1899-1918 (17) elisted at Workington.
St Michael's Church, Workington, Cumberland
Workington Hall, Cumberland
On 16 May 1568 Mary Queen of Scots (25) escaped across the Solway Firth into England. The following day, 17 May 1568 she wrote to her cousin Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland (34) from Workington Hall. The letter states ...
describes the treasonable actions of her enemies, who ‘have robbed me of everything I had in the world’ and expresses her confidence in Elizabeth ‘not only for the safety of my life, but also to aid and assist me in my just quarrel’. Describing herself as Elizabeth’s ‘very faithful and affectionate good sister, cousin and escaped prisoner, Mary begs for an audience; ‘I entreat you to send to fetch me as soon as you possibly can’, for ‘I am’, she bemoans, ‘in a pitiable condition, not only for a queen, but for a gentlewoman, for I have nothing in the world but what I had on my person when I made my escape, travelling sixty miles across the country the first day, and not having since ever ventured to proceed except by night, as I hope to declare before you if it pleases you to have pity, as I trust you will, upon my extreme misfortune.’'
In 1468 Margaret Threlkeld 1468-1493 was born to Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (33) and Margaret Bromflete Baroness Clifford 1434-1493 (34) at Yanwath.
On 22 Apr 1493 Lancelot Threlkeld 1435-1493 (58) died at Yanwath.