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1 Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Archives Listing Archives of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society; its Affiliated Groups; and members of the Society. Adrian Allan 1 st June 2016 (Issue 4 Revised February 2017)

2 Table of Contents Introduction and Acknowledgements Key to abbreviations... 6 Note concerning access to the archives of CWAAS... 6 Archives of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society... 7 Minutes and agenda papers of the Council, General and Annual General Meetings. 7 Minutes and agenda papers, etc. of Committees, Sub-Committees and Sections of CWAAS Activities Committee Editorial Committee, now Publications Committee Cumberland Excavation Committee later Excavation Committee, later Fieldwork and Excavation Committee Hadrian s Wall Pilgrimage Organising Committee Committee for Industrial Archaeology Outreach Committee Committee for the Parish Register Section Committee for Prehistoric Studies Promotional Committee Recruitment and Publicity Working Party Research Committee, now Research and Grants Committee Transactions of CWAAS and the Society s Newsletter Papers of Society officers President Hon. General Secretary Hon. Excursions Secretary Editor of Transactions Librarian Archives of the Affiliated Groups of CWAAS Carlisle Affiliated Group Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

3 Kendal Historical & Archaeological Society Penrith Affiliated Group South-West Cumberland Regional Group, later the South-West Cumbria History & Archaeology Society Archives of members of CWAAS (in alphabetical order) Dr Amos Beardsley Mr Richard Bellhouse Professor Eric B Birley, MBE, FBA Revd J Lowther Bouch and Canon C M Lowther Bouch Mr Henry Brierley Mr Michael J H Bunney Miss Mary N Burgess Miss Mary E Burkett, OBE Revd W Slater Calverley Mr William K Calvert Miss Dorothy Charlesworth Mr James Cherry and Mrs Joyce Cherry Professor R G Collingwood Mr W G Collingwood Mr H Swainson Cowper Mr John F Curwen Colonel Henry J Darlington Dr Rob David Mr Michael Davies-Shiel Mr William Dent Mr Ronald F Dickinson Mr W P Dobson Mr Harold Duff Mr Charles W Dymond Dr Terence G Fahy Miss Mary C Fair Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

4 Lt Cdr Charles R S Farthing Mr John F Fawcett Miss Clare I Fell Mr Charles J Ferguson Mr Richard S Ferguson Mr John Fleming Miss Marjorie Garnett Mr Harper Gaythorpe Professor Francis J Haverfield Mr James L Hobbs Mr Thomas Hesketh Hodgson, Mrs Elizabeth Hodgson and Miss Katherine Hodgson Mr C Roy Hudleston Dr E D Hyam Mr William Jackson Mrs Nina Jennings Mr Bruce C Jones Mr Walter T McIntire Dr John D Marshall Mr James Melville, OBE Miss C M Newton Mr Denis R Perriam Very Revd Hastings Rashdall Canon H D Rawnsley Mr George G S Richardson Professor Sir Ian Richmond Mr John Robinson Dr William Rollinson Mr F Gerald Simpson Revd W Slater Sykes Mr Bruce L Thompson Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

5 Mr Nathaniel N Thompson Mr W N Thompson Dr John M Todd Dr Blake Tyson Rt Revd Henry Ware Revd. Canon James Wilson Professor Angus J L Winchester Unidentified member Carlisle Library: calendar of William Jackson s autograph collection Autographs : Cumberland Nobility, ref. H Autographs : Westmorland : Eminent Natives, reference H Autographs : Cumberland : Eminent Natives, reference H Autographs : Cumberland : Eminent Natives, reference H - 6; Autographs : Cumberland Connections, reference H Autographs : Westmorland Nobility, reference H Autographs : Cumberland : Families, reference H Autographs : Miscellaneous, reference H Autographs : Howards, reference H Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

6 Introduction and Acknowledgements. In the course of producing this list of the archives of the CWAAS, its affiliated groups, and its members, I have been much indebted to the staff of the Cumbria Archive Service, Carlisle Library s Local Studies department, and Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery for facilitating my access to the archives and agreeing to the transfer to Carlisle Archive Centre (which holds the core archives of the CWAAS) of certain archives of the Society and its members which have hitherto been in their custody. Archivists and librarians from elsewhere in the country have been good enough to provide me with details of their own holdings of archives of members of CWAAS. I hope that those accessing this list will draw my attention to corrections which should be made to the list and to archives which I have omitted to include, in particular the deposited papers of members of the Society which may be found in a wide range of national and local record repositories. It is intended that this present list will be periodically updated to cover accessions to existing deposits as also archives drawn to my attention. It should be noted that The National Archives Discovery website (discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk) holds more than 32 million descriptions of records held by The National Archives and more than 2,500 archives across the country, though, of course, it should be observed that these descriptions only cover those archives that have been both listed and the lists made available online. Reference should also be made to Michael Winstanley and Rob David, A Guide to Cumbrian Historical Sources (Centre for North-West Regional Studies, Lancaster University, 2006), which describes in general terms the major library, museum and archive holdings, with entries for individual record offices, libraries, museums and art galleries, and specialist archives and collections, and also draws attention to deposits of Cumbrian material to be found elsewhere in the country, and to online sources. Providing the major online resource for the history of Cumbria is the website of the Cumbria County History Trust (cumbriacountyhistory.org.uk); the Trust was launched in May 2010 to coordinate and gather resources for the Victoria County History of Cumbria project, a collaborative community project created to research and write the histories of all parts of Cumbria and to make historical information generally available, within the framework and standards of the Victoria County History of England. In 2016, the CWAAS celebrates the 150 th anniversary of its foundation. During the anniversary weekend of 9 and 10 September, Revealing Cumbria s Past: 150 years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, edited by Michael Winstanley, Ian Whyte and Rob David, will be launched. A complimentary copy of this volume will be given to all who are members of CWAAS during the anniversary year. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

7 I am much indebted to Sally Gall for her devoted labours in formatting this list. I am very grateful to John Steel, the Society's Webmaster, for the trouble he has taken to make this list available on the Society's website Adrian Allan, May 2016 The Golden Fleece, Carleton, Carlisle, CA4 0AN Key to abbreviations CAC (Carlisle): Carlisle Archive Centre CAC (Barrow): Barrow-in-Furness Archive and Local Studies Centre CAC (Kendal): Kendal Archive Centre CAC (Whitehaven): Whitehaven Archive and Local Studies Centre CASCAT: Cumbria Archive Service Online Catalogue CL: Local Studies Collection, Carlisle Library CASCAT: Cumbria Archive Service s online catalogue and its associated Catalogue Guides can be found on the Service s website at: catalogues/default.asp For a few tips on getting the best out of CASCAT, see Robert Baxter s article in CWAAS Newsletter, No. 80, Autumn 2015, p.14. CW1 Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, old series ( ) CW2 Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquiarian and Archaeological Society, new series ( ) CW3 Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, third series ( ) Note concerning access to the archives of CWAAS The general closure period for the agenda papers (including minutes) of the CWAAS and its committees is 7 years (whereby seven years has to elapse after the date of the papers in question before they are open) ; the deposited correspondence of the Society is closed for 20 years. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

8 Archives of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Minutes and agenda papers of the Council, General and Annual General Meetings (See, too, the agenda papers, etc. listed amongst the papers of the General Secretary.) From the report on the founding of the CWAAS, 11 September 1866, published in [The Carlisle Journal, 14 September 1866], and Membership Tickets, 1866 (Carlisle Archive Centre, in DSO 1/1) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

9 CAC (Carlisle), DSO1/1 Minutes of General and AGMs and of the Council (supplemented by notices of meetings, press cuttings, etc.), September 1866 August 1873 (1 vol.) (Note : In a note at the front of DSO1/4, which he corrected in April 1932, J.F.C. [Mr J F Curwen (d. 1932), Secretary of CWAAS, ] recorded that the succeeding minute book, dating from September 1873 July 1884, was in the possession of Mr Titus Wilson [d.1917, Secretary of CWAAS, ], and that the next volume followed on Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

10 from September 1884 to April Neither volume can nowadays be traced.) CAC (Carlisle), DSO1/4 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/5 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/16 Minutes of meetings of General and AGMs and of the Council, 11 July July 1923; pasted into the volume are copies of the Arrangements and Programmes for meetings 11 & 12 July & 6 July 1923, lists of Council agenda items, and a press cutting Shap Abbey : Lord Lonsdale s Strange Action [1910] (concerning the removal of column stones to Lowther Castle). (1 vol.) Minutes of meetings of General and AGMs, 4 September September 1937, and of the Council, 4 September March 1938; pasted into the volume are copies of the Arrangements and Programmes for meetings / excursions 4 & 5 September & 9 September 1937, and lists of Council agenda items. (1 vol.) Minutes of meetings of General and AGMs and of the Council, 30 June September 1954; pasted into the volume are copies of the Arrangements and Programmes for meetings 30 June & 1 July & 15 September 1954, and lists of Council agenda items (those for meetings from April 1951 onwards being fuller). (1 vol.) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/17 Minutes of meetings of the Council, 14 September September 1959, and of General and AGMs, 26 March July 1959 and 31 August 1961; also lists of Council agenda items for meetings 26 March Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

11 September 1959, copies of Arrangements and Programmes for meetings 12 & 13 July & 12 September 1958, and copy of Agreement between CWAAS and the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society, July 1958 (concerning the study of sites of the Iron Age or Dark Age in the Solway area). (1 vol.) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/18 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/19 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/102 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/102 Minutes of meetings of the Council and of General and AGMs, 21 April July 1970; also lists of Council agenda items for meetings 5 September September 1970 [incomplete], and Programme for Spring meeting 4 April (Spring back binder) Agenda papers for meetings of Council, 7 April November Notice of Spring Meeting, Programmes of meetings 1968, , and agendas for AGMs Agenda papers and minutes of meetings of the Council, 4 December September 1974, and of meetings of the AGM 4 September September 1974; also copies of Arrangements and Programmes for meetings 14 & 15 July & 28 September 1974, and Menu card for Dinner 4 December folder) (Papers on a tag, in a Minutes of meetings of the Council, 6 December December 1980, and agenda papers for meetings of the Council Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

12 April December binder) (Ring CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/102 CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in Acc. H Minutes of meetings of the Council, 4 April July 1992, and agenda papers for meetings from 4 April 1981 (list of agenda items) to 24 October 1992 (list of agenda items). (Ring binder) Agenda papers for meetings of the Council (20 January October 2006) and of the General/Annual General Meetings of the Society (20 January April 2006); and reports of the Activities Committee to the Council, 8 April 28 October (file) Minutes and agenda papers, etc. of Committees, Sub- Committees and Sections of CWAAS (in alphabetical order) In the period before the mid-1980s, the three principal committees of the Society were the Excavation (later the Fieldwork and Excavation) Committee, the Committee for the Parish Register Section, and the Committee for Prehistoric Studies. Besides the Standing Committee, nowadays the principal committees are the Research and Grants Committee, the Publications Committee, the Committee for Industrial Archaeology, and the Outreach Committee. The membership of the Society s committees is given in successive issues of the Transactions. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

13 Activities Committee (established in [1994], the Committee was laid down after July 2007) CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in Acc. H12500 CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Minutes and agenda papers of the 1 st (17 January 1995) 34 th (3 June 2006) meetings, (folder) Minutes of meetings, correspondence and related papers (including flyers for outings, etc.), 2006 July (folder) Correspondence of the Secretary of the Committee, (April 2000) June 2006 (file) Agenda papers of the 10 th 19 th meetings and related papers, Editorial Committee, now Publications Committee (established in 1977 and revamped in 1987) CAC(Kendal), WDX 1408/2/1 CAC(Kendal), WDX 1408/2/2 CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Editorial business : minutes of meetings and correspondence, (amongst the papers of Clare Fell) Editorial Committee : minutes of meetings and correspondence, (amongst the papers of Clare Fell) Minutes (also some correspondence), Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

14 CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Acc. H Agenda papers, correspondence and related papers (including on copyright), Agenda papers, etc., , and correspondence with the General Editor of the Extra Series, Agenda papers for meetings of the Editorial Committee, later (October 2006 onwards) the Publications Committee, held 25 June March (ring binder) Secretary of the Editorial Committee s papers : agenda papers for meetings 17 October to the minutes of the meeting held on 30 June 2004; also correspondence. (folder) Editorial Committee : miscellaneous correspondence, notes of meetings, and related papers, (folder) Agenda papers, correspondence, and related papers of the Publications Committee (the agenda papers dating from those for the meetings from 14 March July 2010). (lever arch file) Correspondence, reports and related papers concerning rejected volumes, (bundle) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/100 Minutes and papers (November 2009 November 2011); papers (completed questionnaires, correspondence and related papers, including publication flyers) concerning individual new CWAAS titles ( ) ; and papers concerning the setting up Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

15 of the CARR (Cumbria Archaeological Research Reports) series ( ) Cumberland Excavation Committee later Excavation Committee, later Fieldwork and Excavation Committee (founded in 1894, revived in 1931), re-titled the Excavation Committee in 1958, later, 1974 onwards, the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee (established in 1894; final meeting in May 1987) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/33 Mr George Richardson s file of papers as a member of the Committee, CAC(Carlisle) DSO 1, Accession H Correspondence of Mr Tom Clare (Secretary of the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee) ; copies of minutes of the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee ( , 1982, 1984); and related papers (including List of members of CWAAS at year ended 30 June 1983, copies of minutes of a meeting of CWAAS s Regional Groups Sub-Committee on 29 November 1983, minutes of a meeting of CWAAS s Committee for Industrial Archaeology on 8 October 1983 and agenda lists for meetings of the Committee for Industrial Archaeology on 3 March 1984 and 7 December 1985, copies of the reports for submitted to CWAAS Council [on 7 April 1984] by the Hon. Librarian, Hon. Curator, and the Committee for Industrial Archaeology, and minutes of a meeting of the Committee of Cumbria Industrial History Society on 17 January 1986) , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

16 CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Minutes and agenda papers, etc., Hadrian s Wall Pilgrimage Organising Committee [ representative of the CWAAS and the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne] 7 th Pilgrimage (1949) [Tullie House Museum, Carlisle, holds three film negatives of Carlisle Archaeological Society, 1949, taken by F W Tassell & Son, Carlisle, ref. CALM 2011 : , which upon inspection are found to relate to the 7 th Pilgrimage, the centenary pilgrimage, 4 9 July 1949, featuring photographs taken on the occasion of a civic welcome given by the mayor of Carlisle on 7 July. One of the group photographs, of 14 persons, was published in the Cumberland Evening News, 9 July 1949; another, larger group photograph, was published in the Cumberland News, 16 July 1949, to illustrate a report on the Pilgrimage, this photograph also being reproduced in CWAAS Newsletter, No.80, Autumn 2015, p.12 ; the third photograph is of an unidentified gentleman.] 1949 Of those pictured on the large group photograph reproduced in the Newsletter, Autumn 2015, with the assistance of Professor A R Birley, the following identifications have been made : Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

17 Sitting on the ground (left to right):?,?,?, Mrs Barbara Birley, Mr (later Professor) Eric Birley, Dr (later Sir) Ian Richmond,?,?, Mr Robert Hogg (far right). Back row : Professor R Laur-Belart of Basel (3 rd from left), Colonel Jean Baradez of Algiers (at the very back, behind Dr Ian Richmond, with his head only visible), Miss Katherine Hodgson (behind Dr Ian Richmond),? Professor U Kahrstedt of Gottingen (on the right of Colonel Baradez), then Frau Laur- Belart. Of those pictured on the group photograph of fourteen persons, Professor Birley has been able to identify the following, from left to right :?, Professor Laur-Belart, Mrs Barbara Birley,?,?,?, Revd Thomas Romans (President of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne),?, Miss Katherine Hodgson (President of CWAAS), Colonel Baradez, Professor Kahrstedt (?), Frau Laur-Belart, and Professor A Alfoldi of Berne. Prints of both group photographs and of another group photograph taken during the Pilgrimage (featuring Professor Laur-Belart (on the left) and eight other Pilgrims), made available by Professor David Breeze, have been deposited with Carlisle Archive Centre, ref. DSO1 Accession H th Pilgrimage (1959) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H box 2 Completed application forms to attend the Pilgrimage, 1959, programme, balance sheet, and a few related financial papers, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

18 9 th Pilgrimage (1969) Northumberland Archives, Woodhorn, SANT/ADM/18/1/ 3/1 11 th Pilgrimage (1989) Northumberland Archives, Woodhorn, SANT/ADM/18/1/ 4/1 and 2 11 th Pilgrimage (1989) : CAC(Carlisle) : Booking forms, agendas and Committee minutes relating to the organisation of the 9 th Pilgrimage [Note : Proof of identity is required on a first visit to access archives held by Northumberland Archives, which are open from Wednesday to Saturday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. ( ]. Booking information, Agendas and Committee minutes relating to the 11 th Pilgrimage Minutes of meetings of the Organising Committee and associated papers, (DSO 1/56); correspondence with The Crown and Mitre Hotel, Carlisle, (DSO 1/ 57); circulars, , n.d. (DSO 1/58); cash book, cheque books and bank statements, (DSO 1/59); invoices, (DSO 1/60); lists of participants, n.d. (DSO 1/61); booking forms, (DSO 1/62); cancelled bookings, 1989 (DSO 1/63); waiting lists and enquiries, 1989 (DSO 1/64); coach booking forms, 1989 (DSO 1/65); and papers re sale of handbooks, (DSO 1/66) th Pilgrimage (1989) : CAC(Kendal) : yet Minutes and agenda papers, etc., Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

19 to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) 12 th Pilgrimage (1999) : CAC(Carlisle) Master copies of forms, 1999 (DSO 1/79); file of minutes, correspondence and indexes, (DSO 1/80); papers re the sale of handbooks, ; and papers re the publication of the official report (includes a German translation and a lapel badge), 2000 (DSO 1/82) th Pilgrimage (2009) : CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Minutes of meetings of the Pilgrimage Committee, ; correspondence, press cuttings, and related papers (including a list of Pilgrims) of Ian Caruana (Treasurer), , ; also two Hadrian s Wall XIII Pilgrimage 2009 badges , th Pilgrimage (2009) : CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/90 CD ROM containing 107 digital images of the Pilgrimage; includes CD ROM with index prints (3), covering letter from Mr G Petch (creator of the images) with spreadsheet list of images attached Committee for Industrial Archaeology (established in 1966) CAC(Kendal), WDX 1228/2 Industrial Archaeological Index by J. D. M. [Dr John Marshall] and M.D.S. [Michael Davies-Shiel], comprising about 200 index cards used to record sites under the headings of turbines, snuff mills, rope walks, mills and workshops, shoes, woollens, and lime burning all in Kendal, and (as regards other places) n.d. [c. early 1970s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

20 coalmining, harbours and docks, water mills, water corn mills etc., copper mines, water bobbin mills, paper mills, ports and shipping, urban development, woollen manufacture, limekilns, railways, mining, lead mining, iron mining, and iron industry; and a further 18 postcard views of 300 looking up Honister Pass which have been used to record water mills and water bobbin mills describing individual industrial sites in Cumberland, Westmorland and Furness; n.d. [ c. early 1970s]. (cardboard box) CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Agenda papers, CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H CAC(Kendal), WDMS/13 Reports of the Committee for and Minutes of meetings, 12 January April 2002 (note : there are gaps in the minutes between 24 October 1987 and 28 October 1989 and between 30 October 1993 and 14 October 1995); together with related correspondence, (folder) Minutes of meetings of the Committee for Industrial Archaeology, later (from the minutes of 28 October 1989 onwards) entitled the Industrial Archaeology Committee, 5 April June 2008; together with correspondence and related papers, , (including MS list of contacts (names and addresses), 1970, and typescript list of regional and subject industrial archaeology specialists etc. (names and addresses and , , [1967] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

21 subjects of specialists), [ ]; select list of important industrial sites in Furness and North Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmorland for consideration vis-a-vis protective measures, 1972; list of 132 slides [Dr J D Marshall] made and sites seen in Cumbria and adjoining areas, 1981, and a list of Dr Marshall s slides c ; papers for the Association for Industrial Archaeology s 21 st Annual Conference (10 12 September 1993) at which Michael Davies-Shiel spoke (with MS of text for his illustrated talk on the Introduction to Cumbria s Industrial Archaeology; and comments by Michael Davies-Shiel on David Cranstone s Criteria for the Selection of Bloomery Sites (February 1998).) 2 folders CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Correspondence, copies of maps and other papers concerning the furnace complex at Newland Beck near Ulverston, (1990) 2002 (folder) Correspondence with the Lake District National Park Authority, , copy of draft of the LDNPA s Backbarrow Iron Works Site Development Brief [ 2001], and related papers. (folder) (1990), Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

22 Outreach Committee (established in 2007) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H Minutes and agenda papers, Committee for the Parish Register Section (established in 1911; its functions were absorbed into those of the Editorial Committee in 1991) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/11 Parish Register Subscription book, arranged in alphabetical sections (recording name and address and payments made for individual parish register publications and later for annual subscriptions to the Section), ; loose in the volume are : names and addresses of subscribers recording their payments , letter of resignation from the Committee 4 July 1945, copy of W H B Leech s letter resigning as Acting Secretary and Treasurer of the Section 11 May 1946, copy of letter of the Acting Secretary and Treasurer seeking a subscription 194 -, and copy of printed flyer about the Section n.d. [? 1940s] CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Correspondence, etc., 1982, , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

23 Committee for Prehistoric Studies (established in 1932 ; dissolved in 1974) For the Committee s recording purposes, the Society s territory was divided into 19 Districts, details being published in Transactions, 2 nd series, Vol. XXXIII, 1933; an amended list of the 19 Districts (together with the names and addresses of their respective Correspondents to the Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments, Ministry of Works, and the Archaeology Officer, Ordnance Survey) was published in Transactions, NS, Vol. LXIV, 1964, pp The amended list of Districts (1964) was as follows : 1. Bewcastle and Brampton, 2. Carlisle and Solway, 3. Aspatria and Holme, 4. Caldbeck, 5. Penrith and Eden Valley, 6. Cockermouth and Keswick, 7. Maryport, 8. Whitehaven, 9. Gosforth and Bootle, 10. Millom and Seathwaite, 11. Alston and Garrigill, 12. Kirkby Stephen, 13. Appleby and Crosby Ravensworth, 14. Shap and Askham, 15. Ambleside and Coniston, 16. Milnthorpe and Kirkby Lonsdale, 17. Kendal, 18. Grange and Cartmel, and 19. Furness. Instructions to Committee members, drafted in December 1932, provided that each member was responsible for surveying and recording all Prehistoric sites and objects in his district. The Committee was replaced by the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee, the folders of correspondence etc. relating to the Districts of the Committee continuing to be added to after 1974 by this successor Committee. To Transactions NS vol. lxxi (1971),pp. 1 11, Clare Fell contributed a paper on Committee for Prehistoric Studies Unpublished records for Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands, 1940 May 1970 in which she makes reference to the recording of sites and objects on a card index and on the 6-inch OS maps by members of the Committee. The record cards are nowadays at CAC(Carlisle), ref. DSO 1/85 and DSO1 Accession H13382 (see entries below). CAC (Carlisle), DSO1 Accession H Copy of list of the Committee s Districts (and the civil parishes within each District) and the names and addresses of those allocated the individual Districts, with copy of the covering letter of Dr J E Spence (including an extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Committee on 7 Dec. 1932), Feb ; the list has been annotated to note the 1933, [1970s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

24 remumbering of the Districts and the persons later allocated the Districts, n.d. [1970s] List of the Committee s Districts (and the civil parishes within each District) Lists of 6 OS sheets arranged per District, noting the names of the Committee members to whom they were loaned. Typescript lists of Scheduled sites per District, noting the names of the persons allocated the Districts. 5 completed record cards for sites and objects in the civil parishes of Dunnerdale with Seathwaite, Haile, and Penrith. n.d. [? c.1964] n.d. [1970s] Minutes of meetings of the Committee held on 20 June 1970 and 3 July 1971 and related papers (drafts and list of agenda items), and Clare Fell s report (22 Aug. 1973) on the Committee Letters from Clare Fell (Chairman of the Committee) to Mr Jim Cherry (Secretary of the Committee) ( ) and to Mr Tom [Clare] (1975); also letters to Jim Cherry and also to Clare Fell from : J G Aynscough, Mary Burkett, Jean Burns, Jim Cherry, Herbert Clegg, Raven Frankland, [Revd] Murray Hodges, Katharine S Hodgson (1971), Robert Hogg, G MacInnes (1971), and George Richardson (1971) (all dating from 1974 except where otherwise noted). Copy of letter from Clare Fell (chairman of the Committee) to the Forestry Commission, Cockermouth, regarding the provision for the survey and recording of ancient sites in , March 1971 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

25 advance of planting in areas owned by the Commission. List of Air Photos. at Newcastle, arranged per District, noting the place and [Ordnance Survey grid reference] n.d. [? 1970s] CAC (Carlisle) DSO1 Accession H13347 (prior to 16 March 2016 held by Tullie House Museum) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 1 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 1 Folders of extensive correspondence, also maps, plans, and drawings, press cuttings, some black and white photographs, reports and related papers concerning the following Districts :- District No.1 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Arthuret and Scaleby); n.d., 1905, 1907, and ; includes MS report on The Mounds and Earthwork at Arthuret by T H H[odgson] and E H[odgson], 24 September District No. 2 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include the City of Carlisle, Dalston, Stanwix, Warwick, and Wreay), , n.d., 1905, 1907, , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

26 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 1 District No. 3 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Aspatria, Kirkbride, and Wigton Urban District), , 1950, and , 1950, CAC(Carlisle, DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 1 District No. 4 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Caldbeck, Sedbergh, and Westward), , ; there are no photographs in the folder , CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 1 District No. 5 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Edenhall, Hutton in the Forest, Kirkoswald, and Penrith Urban District), , , and 1987; includes MS transcript of A Burial at High Hesket Opened February 1822 copied from a MS apparently contemporary with the find supplied by Miss K S Hodgson, , , 1987 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box1 District No. 6 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Cockermouth Urban District, Isel Old Park, and Keswick Urban District), , ; includes sepia photograph of Finds at Bristow Hill, Crosthwaite to face p. 254 Trans., 2 nd series vol. IV [? 1904] and MS on Shoulthwaite Castle by W G Collingwood Read at the site, September 12 th 1913 (but not printed) see NS XIV, 487 (includes his MS plan). [? 1904]. 1913, , CAC(Carlisle), District No. 7 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Moser, Netherhall, Papcastle, and Workington), , , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

27 DSO1 : in Accesssion H13347 Box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 2 District No. 8 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Lamplugh, Moresby, St Bees, and Whitehaven Urban District), 1933, 1937, , 1937, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 3 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 3 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 3 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 4 District No. 9 Vol. 1 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Bootle, Gosforth, Muncaster, and Waberthwaite), 1927, District 9 (Eskdale and Wasdale Parish), ; includes a photograph of Scafell Pike flaking sites [ c. 1972]. Excavations District 9 : Barnscar and Brant Rake Moss, ; comprising correspondence, some drawings, a few reports, and a photograph of Brantrake Moss, August 'No. 9 7/10/37 45, comprising correspondence, ; also letters from Mary Fair to the Hon. Marjorie Cross ; Miss Fair s photographs etc. (press cuttings) concerning various sites, 1937,1947,1949, n.d; letters from Miss Fair to Miss K S Hodgson re Hardknott, Ravenglass, etc., ; and photographs concerning District 9 chiefly by Miss Fair and Dr Spence, 1927, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

28 1932, 1936, 1946 (Eskdale, with negatives),n.d. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 3 District 9 Vol. III , comprising correspondence, ; copy of typescript Instructions to members of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies, drafted December 1932; some photographs, press cuttings, sketches and reports; an annotated/ updated copy of E D Hyam, Report on Archaeological Sites in South-West Cumberland to the Chairman, South-West Cumberland Regional Group [of CWAAS], October 1958; and a colour photograph of Williamson s Moss, Eskmeals, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 4 District No. 10 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Dunnerdale with Seathwaite, Millom, Millom Rural, Ulpha, and Whicham); comprising correspondence, reports, press cuttings, plans and photographs, (letters from W G Collingwood to Miss Cross), , , ; includes a postcard group photograph of [visitors observing] Thwaites Fell excavation, n.d. [? 1927; a paper on Explorations on Thwaites Fell, South Cumberland by Hon. Marjorie Cross and W G Collingwood was published in Transactions NS vol. xxix, 1929, pp ], small watercolour of the Druids Circle at Swinside IV November 1901 [by W G Collingwood]; and photographs taken in 1947 at Lacra, Kirksanton, Millom Without (and pulls of these photographs, for a publication). 1901, , , , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

29 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 16 District 10 Records. CWAAS Archive. Delivered [to Tullie House Museum] by Mr E D Hyam, Browe Fort, Wasdale, 12/4/[19]94 comprising :- Ulpha : stock of Prehistory Committee record cards and copy of Instructions for members of the Committee, n.d. [? early 1930s], and of Suggestions for correspondents of the Archaeology Branch (Ordnance Survey, 1950); six black and white photographs of an axe head (found near Waterbleen Farm, Hillin-Millom), with related letter and tracing of map from Gordon Coade, Workington, to Hon. Marjorie Cross, Broughton in Furness, 7 September [? 1934]; copy of map of Black Beck, Fenwick and Smallthwaite areas [? 1930s]; and completed Prehistory Committee record cards for Ulpha (cairns, flint arrowhead, standing stone, etc.) [? c. 1932] Millom Rural : fourteen black and white aerial photographs (of the Whicham Valley, Whicham Beck, Kirksanton and Lacra, Millom and Haverigg), 13 August 1945 and 16 January 1946; note by the Secretary of the Council for British Archaeology on the availability of RAF aerial photographs, 14 May 1947; list of sites at Lacra etc. noting location on OS 6 sheets; a few completed Prehistory Committee record cards and related photographs (some by Miss Fair) and negatives and watercolour drawing of [an axe head]; and letters from W S Sykes to Miss Cross (1934) and from Clare Fell and others to Dr Hyam about stone implements including a stone axe from Hodbarrow (1973, 1976). Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

30 Millom Urban : completed Prehistory Committee record cards and related photographs of Whicham Stone Axe, and letters to Hon. Marjorie Cross from T F Knowles, H W Ricketts and John H Stackhouse, Dunnerdale w[ith] Seathwaite : completed Prehistory Committee record cards and letters to Hon. Marjorie Cross, 1941, 1947, n.d. Completed Prehistory Committee record card for enclosure at The Hawk, Brougton-in- Furness. Typescript note on cairns, etc. in High Furness : Seathwaite and Dunnerdale [1970] and letters to Dr Hyam from Clare Fell (1967, 1970) and Miss K S Hodgson (1964). Two completed Prehistory Committee record cards for Millom Rural, 1950, and letters to Miss Cross, 1950, Very brief notes on two stones at The Mount, Ash House (1936), etc. and note of Safe writers on Stonehenge [1936] (notebook). Notes (in separate sections : Whicham, Millom, Millom Rural, Ulpha, and Seathwaite) on stone hammers, stone circles, stone celts, standing stones, etc., citing [CWAAS Transactions ] articles also Revd. W S Sykes, etc., also copies of letters (including to Miss Fair), 1934; at the other end of the notebook are notes on maps and mapmakers of 16 th 19 th centuries. [Notebook originally used to record poetry committed to memory : 1860 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

31 Committed to Memory, most of such pages having been removed.] Completed Prehistory Committee record cards for Dunnerdale with Seathwaite, Millom Rural, and Kirksanton. Duplicated MS list of the civil parishes in each of the Districts (1 19) of the Prehistory Committee, n.d. [? c. 1932] Letters to Miss Cross, 1936 and 1939, including from Frank Warriner, her cousin Bob, J F Shadlow, and Mary Fair; two photographs; and printed copy of a map of the river system in Cumberland and Westmorland, n.d. [? 1930s] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 4 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 4 District No. 11 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Asby, Brough, Soulby, Kirkby Stephen, Tebay, and Warcop), comprising correspondence, photographs and press cuttings, diagrams, plans and reports, , District No. (12) 13 (since 1964) (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Appleby, Brougham, Cliburn, Crosby Ravensworth, and Temple Sowerby), comprising correspondence, reports, photographs (including two aerial photographs by J K St Joseph of Roman road and enclosures north of Brougham and of crop marks, Roman camp and field system east of Brougham, 1983), , , , CAC(Carlisle), District No.13 (renumbered 14) (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District : Askham, Bampton, Barton, Clifton, Lowther, , 1952, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

32 DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 5 Martindale, Patterdale, Shap, Shap Rural,Sockbridge, Thrimby, and Yanwarth and Eamont Bridge; it is noted that Patterdale has been added from [District] 6 ), comprising correspondence, reports, diagrams, maps, photographs, press cuttings, and related papers. The photographs comprise views of the dugout boat found near the Shap pink granite quarry, 1984; two of the standing stones at Mayborough, Penrith, n.d. [? c. 1974]; arrowhead found near Shap Wells Hotel, [1972]; t Buck Park in Wet Sleddale, 1932 and 1963; Castle Cragg, Mardale, n.d. [? 1950s]; supposed trackway at southern end of Lowther Wildlife Park, n.d. [? 1960s]; Hartsop Settlement, n.d. [? c. 1970]; the Cop Stone, Moor Divock, 1965; and of Measand (entrance), The press cuttings date from 1952, The maps include one of the ancient trackway over Shap Fells, The reports include the MS Provisional Short Report [on King Arthur s Round Table] [by Dr Gerhard Bersu], n.d. [1939] and printed copies of the plans (figures 1 & 2) [taken from R G Collingwood s article on King Arthur s Round Table. Interim Report on the Excavations of 1937 published in CW2 38, [Dr Bersu s Final Report was published in CW2 40, 1940.] CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in District No.(14) 15 File up to 1965 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the 1935, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

33 Accession H13347 Box 5 District; they include Ambleside, Coniston, Crook, Grasmere, Hawkshead, Langdales, Troutbeck, and Windermere), comprising correspondence, reports, plans, diagrams, photographs, and press cuttings. The photographs are of the British Settlement at Millrigg, Kentmere, 1935; Borran on hillside c. NE of Pike How, Troutbeck, 1964; and of beehive quern, Rosett, Great Langdale, The press cuttings concern the discovery of an ancient boat at Kentmere, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 5 District (14) 15 File , comprising correspondence, reports, diagrams, maps, press cuttings, photographs, and related papers. The photographs are of Dunmail Raise cairn, 1970 (before road widening and alterations); flint arrowhead found below Harrison s Stickle in 1940; Viking spearhead from Kentmere [? c.1957]; Kentmere boat (with negatives), n.d. and 1955 (includes D M [later Sir David] Wilson at the lifting of the boat, 1955; Bannisdale Moor, Coniston excavation by W G Collingwood, n.d. [? c. 1910]; polished axe found at Field Head, Calgarth, Windermere in 1914 and photographed in 1957; broken stone adze found in 1896 at Pike How, Troutbeck, n.d. [? c. 1934]; an unpolished stone celt found in 1893 at Hird Wood stone circle, Troutbeck, n.d. [? c. 1934]; area near Stool End Farm [Langdale Pikes area], 1973; suspected burial cairn at Nether Staveley {? 1977]; and Tongue House Settlement, Kentmere, n.d. [ c. 1972]. It is noted that all [?c.1910], [? c. 1934], 1936, 1955, 1958, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

34 three Troutbeck stone adzes and celt are in Lancaster Museum and that they were reproduced [by drawings] in CW2 34, The press cuttings date from 1955, The file also includes a copy of Brathay Exploration Group s Annual Report and Account of Expeditions in CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 : in Accession H13347 Box 6 District Great Langdale Stone axe factory, comprising correspondence, reports, drawings, press cuttings, photographs, and related papers. The photographs include views of unauthorised digging, Pike of Stickle stone axe factory, 1948; Langdale Valley, n.d; axes [c.1949], 1977; and Great Langdale axe working sites, [1949]. The press cuttings date from CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 6 District 15 (16) (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Arnside, Burton, Casterton, Heversham, Kirkby Lonsdale, Milnthorpe, and Stainton; several of the parishes have been deleted including Levens and Natland, both noted as to 16, and Witherslack to 17 ), comprising correspondence, reports, maps, drawings, press cuttings, photographs, and related papers. The photographs comprise aerial photograph of earthworks, Dalton, and of Russell Farm, Dalton, and Quomps, Dalton, [1970]; Anglian , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

35 Cross, Heversham Church, n.d; and stone circle, Casterton, n.d. [? c. 1953]. The press cuttings date from 1956, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 7 District No.16 (17) Vol (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Docker, Greyrigg, Kendal, Skelsmergh, and Whinfell), comprising correspondence, 1905 (concerning sites near Howgill), 1933, , also press cuttings [1822] and , photographs (aerial view of Coneybeds, near Kendal, and photographs of settlements in Bannisdale),plans, reports and related papers. Includes pp of The Westmorland Advertiser, n.d. [November 1822], and The Threat to Levens Park in Country Life, 9 January 1969, pp [1822], 1905, 1933, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 7 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), Vol. II Kendal District 16 (now 17) 1973, comprising correspondence , press cuttings , reports, plans and related papers, also aerial photographs of Watercrook, Natland Hawes Bridge and Helm, and Cunswick Hall. District No. (17) 18 since 1964 (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District ; they include Cartmel Fell, Grange, Staveley, Upper Holker and Lower Holker, and Witherslack), comprising correspondence and , press cuttings 1964 and , reports and related papers. Continuation File II District (18) 19 Committee for Prehistoric Studies From , comprising correspondence , press , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

36 DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 7 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 cuttings , n.d. and , a few photographs (including of the remains of supposed Chapel site, Chapel Island, and negative of Long barrow, Skelmore Heads, Urswick),reports, plans and related papers. District (18) 19 File III Continuation File , comprising correspondence , a few press cuttings , photographs of axe-hammer Rosside, Ulverston, 1970, and reports and related papers. File I District No. 18 (from 1964 No. 19) (the cover of the folder lists the Civil Parishes in the District; they include Aldingham, Barrow-in-Furness, Broughton-in- Furness, Dalton, Lowick, and Ulverston), comprising correspondence and , press cuttings 1933 and 1936, reports and related papers. C & W Prehistoric Studies File V District 19 (18) , comprising correspondence 1975 and , press cuttings , photographs (of arrowheads, axes etc., Barrow), reports (including copy of Miss H Robinson, Walney North End and Sandscale Haws : Archaeological Report (Barrow Museum, n.d. [? c. 1983]), and related papers. Correspondence Barrow Museum Thefts & Recoveries (envelope), comprising correspondence 1975 and , and diagrams , , , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

37 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 8 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/85 District No. (19) 11 Civil Parish of Alston with Garrigill, comprising correspondence 1933, 1963 and , photographs of sites at Harescough, and a very few related papers. District 19 (18) File IV From , comprising correspondence , press cuttings , and a few related papers. Completed record cards, arranged per District, each card recording the name of the parish, object / name of site / nature of work, location, National Grid reference, reference to literature [citing Transactions,etc.], present location, and short description of object / work; (17 bundles), n.d. [compiled? 1950s early 1970s] 1933, 1963, [? 1950s early 1970s] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Accession H13382, box 4 Completed record cards, arranged in order, Cumbria General followed by the individual Districts (1 19), the cards being in alphabetical order of parish within each District. The details are recorded on cards (and photocopies of headed cards) which are either site-related or object-related; the siterelated cards record information under the following headings : parish, name of site, nature of work, location (including distance and bearing), reference to literature [citing Transactions, etc.], and short description of the work; the object-related cards record information under the following headings : parish, object, where found, by whom and when, reference to literature [citing [? c.1940] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

38 Trans.,etc.], present location [often citing a Carlisle Museum or Keswick Museum, etc. reference], and a short description of the object. The following describes the contents of a box of records relating to Ancient Monuments which Clare Fell deposited with Tullie House Museum in 1988, these records being transferred to Carlisle Archive Centre on 15 March 2016 (ref. DSO1 Accession H13347) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 10 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 CAC(Carlisle), 6 = 1 mile OS maps (1916 and 1919 editions) : Lancashire sheets covering the North Lonsdale Division and Ulverston Union areas, etc. (sheets 2SW, 7SW, 8SW, 11NE, 15SE, 16SE, 16NW, 16SW, 17NE, 17SE, 17NW, 21NE, 22NE, 22NW, and 23NW), the sheets being marked up by hand to show old scheduled sites. Box file Cumberland Ancient Monuments, comprising typescript copies of Ancient Monuments Record Forms for individual monuments, recording name, OS reference, owner s name and address, description and note on condition, etc., with attached copy of OS map indicating the location of the monument, The record forms appear to have been completed mainly by D.C. [Dorothy Charlesworth]. Folder K S Hodgson s file 1. Schedule Notices 2 Listed Buildings (1. Cumberland 2. Border Rural District) , [?mid-1940s] 1962 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

39 DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 10 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 comprising List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest in Border RDC (1957); List of Ancient Monuments for the County of Cumberland, n.d. [? mid-1940s]; correspondence with the Ministry of Works, etc., ; completed record forms for Ancient Monuments Cumberland and a very few related photographs and related papers including plans and press cuttings dating up to Folder K S Hodgson Cumberland Scheduled A.M., comprising an exercise book in which is a MS record of ancient monuments in Cumberland by [Dr] J Spence and [Miss] M C Fair, with black and white illustrative photographs, n.d. [? 1930s]. Folder Scheduling notices Lancashire North of the Sands : completed record forms and plans, Copies of Ancient Monuments Consolidation and Amendment Act 1913; Ancient Monuments Act 1931; and Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act Copies of List of Ancient Monuments in England and Wales (HMSO, 1953); List of Ancient Monuments in England and Wales (HMSO, 1958 and HMSO, 1965) and Supplements to the same ( ); List of Ancient Monuments in England corrected to 31 st December 1971 (DoE, 1973) and First Supplement to this list (DoE, 1974). [? 1930s] , 1931, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

40 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 9 Report of the Committee of Enquiry into the Arrangements for the Protection of Field Monuments (Cmnd. 3904, HMSO, 1969). Stock of Notes for Correspondents of the Archaeology Branch (Ordnance Survey, 1953) The following describe the contents of a series of boxes of CWAAS correspondence etc. which Clare Fell deposited with Tullie House in March 1988 and which were transferred to Carlisle Archive Centre on 15 March 2016 (ref. DSO1 Acc. H13347 ) :- CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 12 Folder of Correspondence etc. from 1957 archaeological topics. Also cuttings, comprising correspondence, ; press cuttings, ; and black and white photograph of a Bronze Age axe, dagger, etc. from Lord Crawford s collection (supplied by the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1966) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 12 Folder of C&WA&AS Correspondence with Museum Curators and Districts overlapping with Westmorland, comprising correspondence, 1933 (including that of Dr J E Spence), 1949, and , interspersed with a few press cuttings and related papers. 1933, 1949, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Folder of Correspondence with Office of Works, D.O.E., etc. chiefly about scheduled sites in Lancashire North of the Sands, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

41 Accession H13347 Box 11 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 11 comprising correspondence, , with interspersed pres cuttings and related papers, including photograph (and negative) of [Wraysholme Tower] [1959], black and white photograph of Aldingham Mott 1961/62, Ministry of Works : Ancient Monuments in England and Wales : Second Supplement to the 1957 List (HMSO, 1960), copies of brochure Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings in and around the Lake District (Automobile Association, n.d. [? 1950s]), and leaflet The Lake District Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings in the Care of the Ministry of Works (Central Office of Information, n.d. [? 1950s]). Wallet D.O.E. North of England Archaeological Advisory Committee , comprising Press Notice of the Department of the Environment, 3 April 1975, on the membership of the Area Archaeological Advisory Committees for rescue archaeology in England, which included the North of England Area Archaeological Advisory Committee (Cleveland, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, and Tyne and Wear) whose chairman was Professor Rosemary J Cramp and whose members included Clare Fell and Barbara Harbottle; correspondence, agenda papers, and related papers (including black and white photographs of [enclosures] at Stainmore, 1976, in advance of work on the A66 road). This and the other Advisory Committees were wound up by the DoE in September Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

42 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 Wallet C&W A & A Soc. Cttee. for Prehistoric Studies Sept , comprising extract from the minutes of the meeting of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies, 7 December 1932, with annexed allotment of the 19 Districts to named persons, and lists of the civil parishes in each of the Districts); Notes for Correspondents of the Archaeology Branch (Ordnance Survey, 1953), Suggestions for Correspondents of the Archaeology Branch (Ordnance Survey, 1950), and A Description of Ordnance Survey Medium Scale Maps (Ordnance Survey, 1949); and correspondence and related papers, , 1955, and (including reprints of Clare Fell s papers in CWAAS Transactions : Committee for Prehistoric Studies Unpublished records for Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands, 1940 May 1970 (NS vol. 71, 1971) and Short notes on unrecorded prehistoric finds and sites (NS vol. 74, 1974), and [some] agenda papers of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies, 1971 [only] , CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Accession H13347 Box 13 Folder Notes on Correspondence for Committee of Prehistoric Studies , comprising correspondence and related papers, , and (including minutes of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies, 1932 and 1948). Wallet Fieldwork & Excavation Committee C & W 1974 to 1984, comprising correspondence, , agenda papers (including copies of minutes) , and a few related papers (press cuttings). (The old Excavation Committee and the Committee for , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

43 Prehistoric Studies were dissolved and the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee constituted by the Council of CWAAS, 27 April 1974.) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Accession H13347 Box 13 Folder : Prehistoric Studies Committee K. S. Hodgson key to map of Prehistoric Cumberland (typescript and duplicated typescript), n.d ; MS lists of medieval earthworks and pele towers (Cumberland), medieval buildings, and Recent [buildings] [17 th 19 th centuries]; MS list of sites on OS maps or elsewhere mentioned now disproved or re-classified, n.d; drawing of a stone implement in the possession of J H Haughen FRIBA, n.d ; unused (sample) record cards (with printed headings to record dimensions, description, references to publications, etc.), n.d; lists of [representatives for each of] the 18 [Districts] of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies, 1956, n.d; typescript Instructions for members of the Committee of Prehistoric Studies CWAAS, n.d. [? 1950s]; MS list of 6 [OS] maps providing reference and area (e.g. 1SE Kershope Rigg), n.d; MS list of 6 OS maps for Cumberland and Westmorland annotated to note which [member of the Committee] held which per District; and related list of OS maps (citing OS references), n.d. [? 1950s]; National Register of Archives : Cumberland Branch : List of Helpers (include the Revd. Bouch) (typescript, n.d. [? 1950s]; Suggestions for Regional or County Organisation (of the NRA), n.d [? 1947]]; Historical Manuscripts Commission : National Register of Archives : Class List of Private Archives Part I (typescript, n.d. [?1950s]); and notebook recording the numbers of [? 1947] [? early 1960s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

44 sheets of [OS maps] for Districts 1 9 and 19, n.d. [? early 1960s]. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 Envelope : stock of copies of Tax free payments for protecting Ancient Field Monuments : A scheme for farmers and timber growers (Department of the Environment, n.d. [ 1973]) and covering letter from the DoE to Miss Fell, 23 January Envelope Correspondence re development of Farmery Field, Cartmel and public enquiry 1970, comprising correspondence, ; draft report by the County Planning Department in consultation with the North Lonsdale RDC on Conservation Area Survey and Proposals for Cartmel North Lonsdale R.D, n.d [? 1969]; copies of proof of evidence, copy of the Ministry of Housing and Local Government s letter of June 1970 dismissing the appeal of the North British Housing Society, Preston, and related papers including press cuttings. Folder W G Collingwood s Inventory and correspondence (Sir Samuel Scott s file), comprising Ancient Monument and Historic Building Protection Acts, 1882 and 1900 : List of Westmorland Antiquities supplied by the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (printed, 1912, with preface in the form of a letter from John F Curwen to the Chairman of the Bye-Laws Committee of the Westmorland County Council noting that a Sub-Committee of Professor F Haverfield, W G Collingwood and John F Curwen were responsible for drawing the List up) (copy , , 1967 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

45 marked Curator s copy May 1922 with pencil annotations citing [numbers of Districts of the Prehistoric Studies Committee], etc; correspondence of W G Collingwood with Sir Samuel Scott *(who was undertaking the Ancient Monuments for Westmorland and North Lonsdale) concerning Hawkshead Hall gatehouse, Foula, Holme Bank, Urswick, correspondents, and buildings suggested for scheduling, ; correspondence of Sir Samuel H Scott, bart., Windermere, with the Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings, F H Cheetham (Chief Correspondent, Ancient Monuments Committee for Lancashire) and Paul V Kelly, concerning Hawkshead Hall gatehouse, Devil s Bridge near Horrace in the parish of Pennington, Heathwaite Fell British settlement and the tumulus at Pennington, Finsthwaite Tower, and Urswick British settlement, and also about the persons (including Paul V Kelly) acting as Local Correspondents under the Ancient Monuments Protection Act and about the supply of OS maps to Sir Samuel Scott, ; MS note [by H S Cowper] on Monuments [which include Hawkshead Hall gatehouse and Heathwaite Fell s British Settlement] suggested to be added to the list approved by the Ancient Monuments Board 8 July 1924 ; MS note on Canon Winder Hall, n.d; typescript on Cark Hall, n.d; MS East Ward, Brough and Stainmore ( copied [? by H S Cowper] from Collingwood s Schedule ) which lists, citing publication details, ancient monuments, churches, old roads, etc. at Brough, Kirkby Stephen, Mallerstang, Ravenstonedale, Orton and Tebay, Asby, Crosby Garret, Great Musgrave, Ormside, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

46 Appleby, Dufton, etc; duplicated typescript Memorandum on the Ancient Monuments Acts, 1913 and 1931, n.d. [? c. 1932]; and copies on unused printed form [issued by the Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings] for recording ancient monuments, n.d. [? 1930s and 1967]. * [Sir Samuel H Scott, a CWAAS member , and a Vice-President, , died aged 84 in 1960, his In Memoriam appearing in CWAAS Transactions NS vol. lx, 1960, p.211. There is an entry for him in Who Was Who, ] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 13 Envelope Mecklin Park excavations and Photostats of W Fletcher s photographs and notes which are stuck in a book, Draft of CIF s re-hash of his paper. Published CW2 lxxxv , comprising reprint of W Fletcher, Cairns at Mecklin Park, Santon Bridge, CW2 lxxxv, 1985, pp ; photocopies of MS Archaeological Report of the Bronze Age (Food Vessel Period) of Cairn on Mecklin Park Site by W Fletcher, n.d. [? 1960s] (with some MS corrections [by Clare Fell] of descriptions of photographs), and correspondence of Clare Fell with the editors of Transactions, and Jim [Cherry], concerning the publication of Mr Fletcher s typescript (draft) paper, [? 1960s], Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

47 CAC(Carlisle) DSO1 Accession H13347 Box 14 Copies of various publications, etc : Robert H Mattocks, Lake District (South) Regional Planning Scheme Draft Report prepared for The Joint Town Planning Committee of Local Authorities (duplicated typescript, 1929); Ministry of Public Building and Works s Excavations Annual Report (brief surveys of sites excavated in advance of destruction, including Cumbrian entries) for the years 1961 to 1967; Ministry of Public Building and Works, later the Department of the Environment s Archaeological Excavations (brief summaries of sites excavated in advance of destruction) for the years 1968 to 1976; Ancient Monuments Board for England s Twenty-Third to Twenty-Fifth Annual Reports (published ); A M Cubbon, Report on Museum Services in Cumbria (December 1974); Principles of Publication in Rescue Archaeology, a report by a working party of the Ancient Monuments Board for England Committee for Rescue Archaeology (Department of the Environment, October 1975); J S Jefferies, Excavation Records : Techniques in use by the Central Excavation Unit (Department of the Environment, 1977); J Cronin and L Allason-Jones, On Site Conservation and Disposal of Finds (duplicated typescript, n.d. [? c. 1980]); The Scientific Treatment of Material from Rescue Excavations : A report by a working party of the Committee for Rescue Archaeology of the Ancient Monuments Board for England (Department of the Environment, 1978); Kenneth Himsworth, Lake District National Park Draft National Park Plan (June 1977); correspondence and agenda papers of the Lake District Special Planning Board s 1929, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

48 Consultation Meeting : Organisations and Societies (Clare Fell representing CWAAS), ; cuttings from the Westmorland Gazette 4 and 11 November 1977 concerning the draft plan, and letter and postcard from the LDNP s Information Officer to Clare Fell concerning the possibility of preparing archaeological leaflets on the Lake District, 1966 and 1968; copies of OS 6 = 1 mile maps (annotated [by Clare Fell] with archaeological sites) showing the proposed route of British Gas Corporation s 42 diameter pipeline from Barrow to Milnthorpe and 36 diameter pipeline from Longtown to Milnthorpe, with covering letter to Mrs Joyce Cherry (Hon. Secretary, CWAAS), 26 November 1979, and minutes of meeting (attended by Clare Fell, Tom Clare, etc.) concerning the Gas Pipeline : Archaeology, held at County Offices, Kendal, 1980, and a few related papers also a cutting from the Westmorland Gazette, 3 September See, too, entry for CAC(Kendal) WDX 1408/2/5 and 6 described in the list of the papers of Miss Clare Fell below. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

49 Promotional Committee CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Agenda papers, etc., Recruitment and Publicity Working Party CAC(Kendal) : yet to be transferred to CAC(Carlisle) Papers for meetings, Research Committee, now Research and Grants Committee (established in 1987) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/78 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/77 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/96 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/97 CAC(Carlisle),DS O1, Acc.H13183 Committee papers, including agendas, minutes and correspondence, Committee papers, including correspondence, Summary of results of tree-ring analysis for timbers from the Ship Inn, 14 Market Place, Cockermouth, April 2012 Report of tree-ring analysis of living trees from Hutton-in-the-Forest, Penrith, April 2012 Photocopy of letter from Martin Riley, Ulverston, to Mr H Hawkins [Secretary of the Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

50 Research and Grants Committee], 1 November 2012, concerning (a) the Swarthmoor Meeting House Building Recording and (b) reporting on the dendro report on the dating of replaced beam ends from Swarthmoor Hall; and CD of Greenlane Archaeology s Archaeological Building Recording of Swarthmoor Quaker Meeting House, November Transactions of CWAAS and the Society s Newsletter The Society s Library, housed at the University of Cumbria s Brampton Road, Carlisle premises, includes a full set of Transactions. Other full sets include those held by Barrow-in-Furness Archive and Local Studies Centre, Carlisle Library, Carlisle Archive Centre, Kendal Library, Kendal Archive Centre, and Whitehaven Archive and Local Studies Centre. CWAAS has recently completed a major project to make its Transactions, published annually since 1874, available in full, online; members of the Society have free access to every volume via the Society s website, Cumbria Past, and from 2016 non-members will also be able to view and download Transactions but a fee is required for access to volumes from the most recent ten years, though abstracts of articles from the more recent volumes are available without payment. Carlisle Library possesses a full set of the Society s Newsletter (Nos. 1, Autumn 1983, onwards), reference VFA 060. (The Spring 2016 issue is numbered 81.) Carlisle Archive Centre possesses Nos. 1 to date of the Newsletter, Autumn 1983 to date, also Newsletter : Select List of Topics [in] Issues 1 27 (Autumn 1983 Autumn 1997) and Newsletter : Select List of Topics in Nos (Spring 1998 Autumn 2007), and John Charlton, My Early Life with the R.C.H.M. in Westmorland (25 April 1997), amongst the archives of CWAAS, reference : DSO1, Accessions H and H This set includes a copy of the Society s receipts and payments accounts for the year ended 31 January 1986, the notice of the AGM to be held on 19 April 1986, and press cuttings reporting on Mr Alfred Wood s talk on Urban Decency delivered at the AGM on 19 April Carlisle Archive Centre also holds a copy of No. 25, Autumn 1996, ref.dso1/76. On the open shelves of its Map Room, in its reference library collection, the Carlisle Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

51 Archive Centre has its own incomplete set of copies of the Newsletter :- Nos.26 (Spring 1997), 27, 38, 47, 50, 53, 55, 57 61, 63 65, and 71 to date (1997, 2001, , 2012 to date). Barrow-in-Furness Archive and Local Studies Centre receives and retains a complete set of the Newsletter. Kendal Archive Centre holds a copy of Nos. 13, 14, 16, 17, 23, 24, 26, 31, 32, and 71 to date of the Newsletter ( , , 1999, and 2012 to date), in its reference library, in the seach room. Kendal Library possesses Nos. 5 (Autumn 1985) 12, 25 28, 30, 35, 38, 39, 43 49, 51,and 54 (Spring 2007) to date, of the Newsletter, reference S. 64(A). Whitehaven Archive and Local Studies Centre possesses Nos. 1, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 25, 29, 30, 35, 36, 38-46, 48-58, 60-64, 66, and 69 (Spring 2012) to date, of the Newsletter. Full copies of issues Nos. 66 (Spring 2011) 77 (Autumn 2014) of the Newsletter may be viewed on the Society s website, Cumbria Past, as can the Select Lists of Newsletter topics covering issues Nos. 1(Autumn 1983) 27 (Autumn 1997) and 28 (Spring 1998) to 62 (Autumn 2009). It is the practice to make the first page and a list of contents of the two most recent issues of the Newsletter available on the website. Papers of Society officers Note : in the case of some records, including those previously held by Carlisle Library, to provide a structured list of the archives, it has proved necessary to insert their descriptions under the appropriate heading of Hon. General Secretary, Hon. Excursions Secretary, etc., even though in some cases their provenance (where recorded) might have been another officer or member of the Society or a member of the Carlisle Affiliated Group. President CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/8 Letters from Brian Ashmore, Maryport, to the President of CWAAS [Roy Hudleston]; letters to Roy Hudleston from the Cumberland County Planning Officer (and copy of RH s response), Miss K S Hodgson (Chairman of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

52 Council, CWAAS), and the Cumberland County Surveyor; rough draft of [? Miss Hodgson s] letter to [the County Planning Officer]; and letter from R Gilyard-Beer to [Professor Eric] Birley; all concerning the proposed use of the site of the Roman coastdefence fort Alauna at Maryport as a building site, the covering dates of the correspondence being 14 June February 1963; also cutting from the Daily Telegraph 13 November 1962 headed Councillor says legend is holding up housing. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 in Acc.H (previously at Tullie House Museum) Envelope C & W Correspondence [of Clare Fell, President, ] Chiefly 1966 Centenary Business etc. & Centenary excavation, comprising correspondence and related papers, , 1973 : correspondence with Paul Wilson [Lord Lieutenant, etc.], Professor Eric Birley, Brian Ashmore, [Sir] Ian Richmond, Kate Hodgson, and Robert Hogg, and related papers (including MS minutes of the Centenary Committee meeting on 23 November 1963), also agenda papers of the CWAAS s Excavation Committee and correspondence concerning the preservation of 21 Castle St., Carlisle. [The Centenary excavation at Maryport was directed by Dr Michael Jarrett.] , 1973 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

53 Hon. General Secretary CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Flyer for R S Ferguson, editor, Old Church Plate in the Diocese of Carlisle, with the Makers and Marks, to which is added an account of the Municipal Insignia and the Corporation and Guild Plate of Carlisle, together with a Supplement by Mrs H Ware (CWAAS, 1908) [On it being found that Messrs. Thurnam & Sons had a large number of copies of Chancellor Ferguson s book (published by CWAAS in 1882) in sheets which had not been bound up, Mrs Ware confined herself to editing a supplement rather than producing a second edition of Chancellor Ferguson s work. The Supplement was published by CWAAS as a separate volume in 1908.] 1908 Four letters from Edward Wilson, Hon. Secretary, CWAAS, Kendal, to Mr C W Ruston- Harrison, Stanwix, Carlisle, regarding the publication by Phillimore & Co. of Volume II of [Cumberland Parish Registers] registers, the involvement of Mr Blagg, and the return by the latter of manuscripts, 29 July 21 October [Phillimore & Co. published Vol.I of Cumberland Parish Registers.Marriages, comprising entries for Workington and Moresby, in 1910, and Vol. II, including entries for Crosby-on-Eden and Stanwix transcribed by Mr T H Hodgson, President of CWAAS, and by Mr Ruston-Harrison respectively, in 1912; both volumes were edited by W P W Phillimore and Mr Ruston-Harrison and were issued with the support of CWAAS.] 1911 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

54 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/40 File G Ainsley : Personal, being letters (and notes) principally from CWAAS members addressed to Miss Gertrude Ainsley (General Secretary of CWAAS, ), , 1941, , , and The subjects of the letters principally comprise membership subscriptions and change of addresses and the impending retirement of Miss Ainsley as General Secretary (letters paying tribute to her services being received from Mr Richard Porter (Treasurer, ),Miss Katharine Hodgson, Miss Clare Fell, and Dr J E Spence amongst others); included are a letter from Charles W Robinson, Charles Thurnam & Sons, Carlisle, March 1927, offering his sympathy on the death of a dear old friend [? Mr Edward William Wilson, Secretary of CWAAS, ] who thought a great deal of her, and a letter from W G Collingwood, Lanehead, Coniston, 20 April 1928, concerning the galley proofs and printing of copies of [R E Porter and W G Collingwood, The Memoirs of Sir Daniel Fleming] and offering his condolences on the loss in her family, also an extract from the minutes of a meeting of Council on 13 September 1955 which increased Miss Ainsley s honorarium as General Secretary to 75 p.a , 1941, , , 1964 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/41 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/42 45 File relating to the Centenary Excavation at Maryport, Listed Buildings (planning applications etc. sent to the Society for comments) files, 1966, , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

55 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/46,47 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/48,49 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/50 Cumbria Structure Plan : summary report on the key issues, entitled Cumbria, Its Problems and Possibilities, May 1975 (DSO1/46) ; and Choices for Cumbria (Report of Survey), May 1976 (DSO1/47) Lake District National Park : Draft National Park Plan, 1977 (DSO1/48); and Ideas for Discussion, [1977] (DSO1/49) Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Bill (House of Lords) : Text of the Bill, and Hansard s text of the House of Lords Official Report on it, 1979 (donated by Lord Wilson) CAC(Carlisle), List of members of CWAAS, DSO1/28 CAC(Carlisle), DSO 1 Acc. H Correspondence of Dr Angus Winchester (with Dr John Marshall and others), minutes and related papers concerning the role of CWAAS in furthering the study of local history in Cumbria, in particular the establishment of a CWAAS seminar for the promotion of the study of local history, later a CWAAS parish history research group, and which led (in 1992) to proposals to establish a Cumbria Local History Federation CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H Correspondence and related papers of Mr Eric Jones (General Secretary, ), 1993, 1997, , in separate sections of a lever arch file :- 1. Report and Accounts of CWAAS for the years ended 31 January , 1997, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

56 January 2007 inclusive; Revised Rules of CWAAS 1997 and 2005; and paper on Associate/ Junior/ Student membership, n.d. [c. 2005] 2. Correspondence, memoranda and related papers concerning the Council and its Committees, Correspondence concerning membership of the Council (including profiles of members) and with members of Council, Terms of reference and membership of Committees , report on a review of Committees 1993, and related papers 5. Reports of the affiliated regional groups and related papers, General correspondence, (lever arch file) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Since the mailing of March 2015, provision has been made for copies of the mailings of AGM agenda papers and flyers for CWAAS (and other) publications, also for forthcoming Society events (meetings, book launches, etc.), which are sent to members (together with the Spring, Summer and Autumn issues of the Newsletter), to be added on a regular basis to the Society s archives at CAC (Carlisle) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

57 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Documentary record of the CWAAS 150 th anniversary celebrations. Notes for meeting of the Working Group on the 150 th Anniversary Celebrations, 19 Nov 2013; print-out of correspondence concerning the planning for and content of the anniversary conference, mar 2014; and papers by Dr Bill Shannon (Hon. Treasurer) on the 150 th anniversary budget, 6 June 2014 and 27 Jan CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H13823 Copies of 150 Years : Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society , Anniversary Programme 2016; Cumbria Past : Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society : Supporting and encouraging archaeology and history in Cumbria since 1866 (membership application form); Celebrating 150 years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society : Anniversary Events 2016 (poster); Cumbria Past (membership recruitment poster); Student Membership (student membership recruitment poster); and 150 : Celebrating 150 years of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (card for completion by those visiting the Society s museum and related displays who wish to learn more about events organized by CWAAS) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

58 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H General press publicity for the anniversary celebrations : Print-out of Group studies county s history for 150 years, North-West Evening Mail, Barrow, 11 January 2016 (illustrated article on the 150 th anniversary); Arthur R Nicholls, Founders historical figures themselves, The Westmorland Gazette, 4 Feb 2016; Sarah Rose, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society , Cumbria Local History Federation Bulletin, No. 70, Spring 2016, pp ; Denis Perriam, Antiquarian society is itself an antique group, The Cumberland News, 10 June 2016; photocopy of Rob David, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Anniversary Year , Cumbria Local History Federation Bulletin, No. 71, Summer 2016, pp ; and photocopy of Patricia Garside, Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society (CWAAS) 150 th Anniversary 2016 Digitisation Project, Local History News, No. 120, Summer 2016, p CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Posters created by Adrian Allan, Chester Forster, Chloe Gavican and Jane Platt to display at Carlisle Archive Centre alongside the Society s anniversary banners, 8 January 13 Feb 2016 : The First Meeting, Early Excursions, Early Publications : Sources at Carlisle Archives, and War [1 st World War]; copy of portrait photograph of Rennie MacInnes ( ), Anglican bishop of Jerusalem, , a member of CWAAS, supplied by the National Portrait Gallery, London (and reproduced on War poster); and 2016 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

59 Freya Findlay, Exhibition looks back over 150 years, The Cumberland News,15 January 2016 (illustrated article on the Archive Centre exhibition). CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H CWAAS-related display at Whitehaven Archive Centre and Local Studies Library, 19 Feb 26 March 2016 : Margaret Crosby, Exhibition celebrates 150 years of recording the county s past, The Whitehaven News, 10 March CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Visit to Cunsey Forge and Newland Furnace, 30 April 2016 : flyer providing details of the walks, to Cunsey Forge and to Newland Furnace CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H CWAAS-related display at Carlisle City Library, 13 May 18 June 2016 : Matthew Cobb, MP s handwritten diaries reveal life in 18 th century, The Cumberland News, 27 May 2016 (illustrated report); and The Jackson Library (handout by Stephen White on William Jackson, a founding member of CWAAS, and the Jackson Library) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Walk from Ravenglass to Muncaster, 21 May 2016 : correspondence between Dr Rob David and Mr Peter Frost-Pennington concerning the arrangements for the visit to Muncaster Castle, 1 & 3 July 2015, and photocopy of CWAAS Trans. OS vol. 6 pp describing the Society s visit to Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

60 Ravenglass and Muncaster in 1881; flyer providing details of the walk; colour photocopy of photograph of the anniversary cake; CD disc on which there are 62 colour photographs which Trevor Grahamslaw took at the Roman bathhouse at Ravenglass (including photographs of Mark Blacket-Ord and Rachel Newman (President of CWAAS) besides groups of other CWAAS members), Muncaster Castle (including the cutting of the anniversary cake by Rachel Newman and Peter Frost-Pennington), and the Muncaster Mill station and a train on the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway on the final part of the walk ; Cake and outing for history group s 150 th, North-West Evening Mail, 2 June 2016; and photocopy of short illustrated article Edible archaeology, reporting on the cake-cutting, Current Archaeology, Issue 317, August 2016, p.5. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Penrith urban walk, 23 July 2016 : flyer providing details of the Penrith and Eamont Bridge urban and rural walk; Timetable (of the revised walk); text of the talk given at St Andrew s Parish Centre by Dr Sydney Chapman (Curator of Penrith and Eden Museum) on the origins and (early) history of CWAAS and connections with Penrith and its museum; text of the talks given by Professor Michael Mullett at the various locations visited; and text of Dr Gill Hey s paper Mayburgh and King Arthur s Round Table in the 19 th century, delivered in Christ Church Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

61 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Visit to Low Borrow Bridge Roman Fort, 1 August 2016 : flyer providing details of the visit; and a report on the visit (which was hosted by the Lunesdale Archaeology Society) in The Westmorland Gazette, 25 August CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H & Celebratory anniversary dinner and book launch, Roundthorn Country House Hotel, Penrith, 9 September 2016 : sample invitation card of the President of CWAAS addressed to guests of the Society; flyer advertising the dinner and incorporating a booking form; anniversary dinner table allocations (alphabetical list of those attending together with the name of the table at which they were to be seated) and table seating plan; 12 cards providing brief biographies of the former Presidents of the Society after whom the 12 dinner tables were named (James Simpson, Richard S Ferguson, Henry Ware, Francis J Haverfield, William G Collingwood, Walter T McIntire, Oliver H North, Katherine S Hodgson, Joseph E Spence, Charles M L Bouch, Clare I Fell, and Dorothy Charlesworth); programme / menu, together with 11 of the 12 programme/ menu cards signed by those seated at 11 of the 12 tables (the card of the 12 th table, named after Clare Fell, was reportedly removed before its members had a chance to sign it); sample place card; text of Dr Rob David s address in launching the anniversary book, Michael Winstanley, editor, assisted by Rob David and Ian Whyte, Revealing Cumbria s Past, 150 Years of the Cumberland and Westmorland 2016 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

62 Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (CWAAS Extra Series no. 45, 2016) ; letters received by Dr David from the Bodleian Libraries and Trinity College, Dublin (copyright libraries) acknowledging receipt of copies of Revealing Cumbria s Past, 20 & 30 Sept 2016; and Steve Matthews review of Revealing Cumbria s Past, The Cumberland News, 23 Sept CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Anniversary Conference, The Rheged Centre, Penrith, 10 September 2016 : programme with appended booking form; flyer which later advertised the conference, with appended booking form; revised programme ; 150 years of history society, The Cumberland News, 23 Sept 2016 ( a brief report); and At 150 years, county archaeological society still leading way, The Cumberland News, 30 Sept 2016 (report illustrated by a photograph of Mrs Marion McClintock and Professor Angus Winchester) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Vernacular architecture study day at Burghby-Sands (joint event with the Cumbria Vernacular Buildings Group), 13 October 2016 : flyer providing details of the study day Natural Resources for Traditional Buildings in Cumbria : Animal, Vegetable and Mineral ; programme; also Attendance Handout Pack (including descriptions and plans of the buildings to be visited and details of the features to be found on the walk round Burghby-Sands); and copies of Bibliography of R. W. Brunskill ( ) (Prefaced by an 2016 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

63 Appreciation of Dr Brunskill by Mrs Marion McClintock). CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H CWAAS-related display at Barrow Archive Centre and Local Studies Library, 4 November 10 December 2016 : six posters created by Mrs Susan Benson (concerning Hon. Marjorie Cross, Bill Rollinson, Dr J D Marshall, Fred Barnes, Harper Gaythorpe, and J L Hobbs & James Melville); photocopies of photographs of Harper Gaythorpe, James Melville, Dr John Marshall, Fred Barnes, and Dr Bill Rollinson and of plan of Biggar by Harper Gaythorpe, together with accompanying text; print-out of Barrow history displays tell 150-year story, North-West Evening Mail, 26 November CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H A Day in Keswick, 16 November 2016 : flyer providing details of the special day organized at Keswick Museum and Art Gallery; text of the illustrated talk Highlights from the Society archives given by Adrian Allan, together with a copy of the handout listing the archives illustrated and the CD on which the archives were copied CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Other papers, associated with the production of Revealing Cumbria s Past : details of the successive Dorothy Charlesworth Lectures delivered ; summary details of grants made by the CWAAS s Research and Grants Committee, ; photocopy of (2011) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

64 part of a review of the history of the Cumbria Industrial History Society s history covering the years ; and copy of correspondence of Dr Rob David with Dr Bill Shannon and Mr Graham Brooks concerning the CWAAS s involvement in the establishment of the CIHS, July Sepia copy of Barrow Archive Centre s copy of the group photograph of CWAAS members on their visit to Furness Abbey [on 23 September 1895], photocopy of part of the account of this visit in Trans. OS vol. xiv p.151, and related cards from Miss Catharine Haines to Dr David about the photograph, the late Mary Burkett and Miss Haines research on women members of CWAAS, Nov 2014 & Feb 2015, and related note by Dr David. Print of photograph of the Composing Room [of Titus Wilson & Son], n.d. [? 1950s], with covering note from David [Pointon] to Dr David, 31 March Colour photocopy of the group photograph of those on the CWAAS May Fell Walk at the summit of Carrock Fell, 1984, with a key to and identification of many of those pictured. [The photograph is reproduced, without a key to identification of names, in Revealing Cumbria s Past, p.41] Text of Rob David, The recent past (c ) ; written for Revealing Cumbria s Past, in the event this chapter was not incorporated although some sections of it were used to inform other chapters. It provides a summary of developments over the ten years prior to the anniversary. (1895), ([? 1950s]),2015 (1984) 2016 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

65 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H Colour photocopy of copy of To The Queen s Most Gracious Majesty from the President and Council of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society upon the occasion of the visit to Westmorland of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, 11 August 1956 (This is a copy, at a slightly reduced scale, of the copy given to Miss Kate Hodgson, Chairman of the Council of CWAAS, which she left to the University of Lancaster Library (ref. Oversize 99 MWUT); the copy deposited with the CWAAS s Honorary Librarian is held in the Jackson Collection, Carlisle Library, ref. 2 C 9). (1956) Print-out of the report on the production by the CWAAS of the itinerary for the visit by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 11 August ; of reports on the visit in the Penrith Observer, 14 August 1956, The Carlisle Journal, 14 August 1956, the Cumbrland News, 17 August 1956, and the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 18 August 1956; and print-out of correspondence of Dr Rob David concerning the production of the itinerary, 2016, including a transcript of part of an interview of Sir James Cropper in 2014 in which he describes the royal visit and the CWAAS s involvement in the production of the itinerary. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

66 Hon. Excursions Secretary The Society visits Furness Abbey, 23 September 1895 (image: Cumbria County Council: Barrow Archive Centre, reference: in Z 2915) [For further details, see the entry, below, for the papers of Mr Harper Gaythorpe.] Besides the records described below, see too the album of photographs of CWAAS excursions, , described below amongst the records of the editor of Transactions, etc. (CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 17 Box A No.17 ). CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/14 Programmes for excursions / meetings of CWAAS, , with press report on two-day Durham meeting (15 September 1972) (1 vol.) , 1972 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

67 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Programmes of meetings/ excursions of the Society, 6-9 June 1939, 9 & 10 July to 9 September 1995, and 5 & 19 July & 15 July 2000; the programme for 4 & 18 July 1992 has been annotated to note change of speakers, etc. (booklet) 1939, , CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc.H box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/95 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/7 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H in box 1 Notes on Places [in the Isle of Man] to be Visited, May 1947 (duplicated typescript), and related duplicated typescript note on The Barony and Chapel of St Trinian in Greeba, M C Fair, The Church of St Mary of Gosforth (1948) (duplicated typescript); Programme of 99 th annual meeting of the Cambrian Archaeological Association in conjunction with CWAAS at Bangor 1 6 September 1952 (printed booklet); Revd M K Hodges s Notes on Muncaster Church...June 21 st [? 1957] (typescript); and Paul N Wilson, Water Mills (duplicated typescript notes on talk to CWAAS, Kendal, 12 September 1957). Two black and white photographs of [Revd. John C Dickinson] speaking to CWAAS members on their visit to Shap Abbey [6 September] 1963, with the western tower of the Abbey in the background. Programme of the Society s Centenary meeting, Carlisle, 1 3 September 1966 Cassette recordings of C & W Centenary Celebrations : recordings made on excursions / visits made to Tullie House Museum (speaker : Robert Hogg, on recent , 1952, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

68 developments and the Museum s Prehistory Gallery), Carlisle Cathedral (Revd John C Dickinson, speaker, prefaced by the Dean of Carlisle, the Very Revd Lionel du Toit, leading prayers), Maryport Roman Fort [Professor Eric Birley, Richard Bellhouse, and Dr Michael Jarrett, in succession, speakers], Carlisle Castle (John Charlton, speaker), Birdoswald (Professor Eric Birley, speaker), Naworth Castle (Earl of Carlisle, speaker), and Lanercost Priory (Barbara Harbottle, speaker); 2 3 September ( 4 cassettes) A CD copy of these recordings has been made by CAC(Carlisle) so that researchers may access them (at CAC(Carlisle). CAC(Carlisle), DSO1: in Acc. H (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) CWAAS Programmes : Spring Meeting (Penrith), 6 April 1968; [Walk] Patterdale Area, 18 May 1968; Decennial Pilgrimage of Hadrian s Wall, 8 12 September 1969, and Application form to attend [1969]; and Arrangements and Programme for meeting to be held : in Appleby District, 9 and 10 July 1965, S-W Cumberland, 6 and 7 September 1968, Isle of Man, 1 4 July 1969, and the Furness District, 4 and 5 September , (Also notice of meeting and list of agenda items for CWAAS AGM on 6 September 1968; and fliers for Henry W Hodgson s A Bibliography of the history and topography of Cumberland and Westmorland [1969], Curwen Archives Trust Memorial Lecture (Professor Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, A Survey of Westmorland Architecture, 16 November 1970), and CWAAS Dinner (Windermere), 4 December 1970.) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

69 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/15 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H11579 box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H in boxes 1 & 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H box 2 Programmes of meetings/excursions of the Society, , and ; and booking forms for meetings/excursions, 1987, 1989, and (folder) Booklets (illustrated by maps, plans, etc.) produced for May Walk 1981 (Hartley Area) and for 1 6 September 1981 (excursion to Exeter and Dartmoor) CWAAS membership application leaflet, n.d. [ c. 1984]; and List of members (of CWAAS) at year ended 30 June Five folders of papers relating to excursions to the Isle of Man (1989), Eden Valley and Oxford (1991), Lune Valley and Aberystwyth (1992), and S W Scotland and Southampton (1993), including Arrangements and Programmes for the excursions with the exception of that to the IOM; also papers concerning the Annual Dinners, 1992 and 1993, and the reception and lunch in honour of Professor Eric Birley, Copies of Arrangements and Programme for meetings in SW Scotland on 3 & 17 July 1993 and in Southampton 6 11 September 1993; correspondence, and related papers. 1979, [c. 1984] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H box 2 CWAAS dinners : Annual Dinner on 8 October 1993 and Reception & Lunch in honour of Professor Eric Birley 9 October 1993 : invitation card, list of those attending the Annual Dinner, menu card for 9 October 1993, and correspondence Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

70 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Programmes of meetings/excursions of the Society, correspondence and related papers, (October 2001) February 2006; also lists of the locations of July meetings ( ), AGMs ( ), May Field or Fell Walks ( ), and Summer Evenings (1987 [the first] 2006); note of the locations and number of days of each of the September meetings (1939, ); particulars of the location, date, speaker, numbers attending, and price of the Annual Dinners ( ) and an analysis of members views on the future of the Annual Dinner [ c.2004]; and Annual Dinner invitation cards, (folder) , (2001) Editor of Transactions CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H (prior to July 2015, this volume was held by Carlisle Library, ref. 1A9) Cum & West. Antiquarian and Archaeological Society : Editors Waste Book bearing the armorial bookplate of Richard S Ferguson inside the front cover. The contents comprise the following (in this order) :- Printed flyer Loan Exhibition : The Committee will be grateful for the loan of : Pictures..Old silver..old books..oak furniture..relics of smugglers in Solway District..Roman remains..creeing troughs, stones with inscriptions, etc,etc,etc, n.d. [? late 19 th century, concerning an exhibtion other than the temporary museum of antiquities at the County Hotel, Carlisle, 1882] Several copies of printed A Rough Plan of Excursion Presented by the Hon. Secretaries Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

71 to the Members (by J F Curwen, 8 June 1899) (covers Lake Bassenthwaite and the area to the north and south, and marked places include the Keswick Hotel, Snittlegarth); [produced for the CWAAS excursion in 1899]. Copies of printed Programme and Arrangements for the meetings and excursions of CWAAS on the dates noted (the texts having some passages deleted and additions made [by Ferguson] concerning the Reports and Papers to be laid before the Society during the days in question [by Ferguson]) : 26 June 3 July 1886 (first meeting and 7 Days Pilgrimage along the Roman Wall); 8 and 9 Sept ; (inserted : MS list by John Nanson, Town Clerk, of a list of documents drawn from the muniments of Carlisle Corporation concerning Ship Money); 7 and 8 July 1887; 13 and 14 Sept. 1887; 13 and 14 Sept. 1888; 4 and 5 July 1889; 4 and 5 Sept. 1889; 3 and 4 July 1890; and 18 and 19 Sept List of those sent the Reports of the Cumberland Excavation Committee [18]98 and Five Years Excavation, Letter from F Haverfield, Christ Church, Oxford, 8 Feb. 1900, to Ferguson, requesting copies of our Cd. Reports (for ) so that he can send out copies. Letter from T[itus] Wilson, Kendal, to Chancellor Ferguson, Carlisle, 10 Feb. 1900, reporting on the copies of the Roman Excavations [reports] he holds. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

72 List of Papers to be got [? articles for Transactions] Copies of the printed Programme and Arrangements for CWAAS meetings and excursions (annotated by [Ferguson] along similar lines to the other such Programmes) to be held on 25 and 26 June 1891; 20 and 21 August 1891; 4 and 5 August 1892; 21 and 22 Sept. 1892; 4 and 5 July 1893; 25 and 26 Sept. 1893; Sept. 1894; 13 and 14 June 1894; 8 and 9 August 1895; (Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and CWAAS : Programme of Roman Wall Pilgrimage, June 1896); (flyer of T Wilson, Hon. Secretary, 1 Sept. 1896, concerning Furness Abbey Excavations ); 16 and 17 Sept. 1896; 15 and 16 July 1897; 23 and 24 Sept. 1897; 12 and 13 July 1898; and 24 and 25 Aug Notes on the progress of the production (including Block requirement ) of various articles. Notes on expenditure on Roman Wall Excavations Illustrations, Roman Wall Excavations, Notes Pabulum for 1899 [contents]. Notes on the number of pages / contents page numbers of the Wetheral Register and Holm Cultram Register [editions]. Accounts for the publication of the Wetheral Register. List of drawings (Numbered 1 28) of the excavations in 1894 and 1895 E Hodgson. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

73 List of illustrations for Monumental Brasses in Cumberland [publication;? separate from R Bower s paper on Brasses in the Diocese of Carlisle, Transactions, O.S., vol. 13, 1893]. List of woodblocks belonging to the Society, lent to us, and belonging to R S F. Printed form The Church Bells of : listing information desired, n.d. Printed Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of CWAAS for 1 July June 1875; 1 July 1875 Annual Meeting 1876; 1 July June 1877; 1 July June 1878; 1 July June 1879; 1 July June 1880; and for this period of time (1 July 30 June) for each of the succeeding years to the year ending 30 June The Statements for and also include a List of the Society s Office Bearers. (printed) Detailed Catalogue of the Publications of the CWASS, n.d. [? c. 1896]. Pasted inside the back cover of the volume is a note from (?) A H, Bradbourne Hall, Ashbourne, 4 Dec. [18]90, [to Chancellor Ferguson] suggesting a motto of Promptus in Officiis if you have not got a motto for your arms, adding that technical knowledge is like the ink of the learned more precious than the blood of martyrs. [Chancellor Ferguson s motto was in fact Vi et Arte ] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society : Editor s Waste Book, with the bookplate of R S Ferguson, Chancellor of Carlisle, inside the front cover Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

74 (prior to July 2015, this volume was held by Carlisle Library, ref. 1A9) The volume bears the stamp of Carlisle Public Library [as received] Sept. [19]52. The contents comprise the following (in the order in which they appear) :- Note of number of pages of Transactions vols. 1 XIV (noting IV 559 as a record ). Accounts of expenditure on publishing (Wetheral Register, and Holm Cultram Register). (Loose and pasted in) Letters received, 1899; they include letters from R E G Kirk, Record Agent, 27 Chancery Lane, London; [Henry Ware, Bishop of] Barrow in Furness; Archdeacon J E Prescott (The Abbey, Carlisle); T[itus] Wilson; Messrs Saul (23 Castle St., Carlisle, concerning the MS Register of Holm Cultram); the Hon. Sec. of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society; and John S Parke (Criccieth, North Wales). Also from Mary E Noble, Copies of Programme and Arrangements for CWAAS meetings on 29 and 30 June 1899 and on 24 and 25 Aug Record of [progress on the production of Transactions] XVI Pt. 1. Flyer for a Sale of Work (to be held in the Summer of [1900]) in aid of the improvement fund of Bewcastle church, Nov. [18]99. (Printed) Lists of CWAAS s officers for and , and of the publications of the Society, n.d. (listing 14 and 15 vols. of Transactions respectively). Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

75 (Printed) Congress of Archaeological Societies in Union with The Society of Antiquaries : Report of the Committee on the Indexing of Archaeological Transactions, n.d. Sepia print of a photograph of a floor plan of a building (unidentified), n.d. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/6 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H (prior to July 2015, held by Carlisle Library, ref. C309) Letter from Richard S Ferguson, Editor of Transactions, Lowther St., Carlisle, to George, 2 February 1887, providing information about a map (owned by George) which he states was made between 1746 and 1749 for Henry Richmond Brougham (d. 1749) who is mentioned on the map as having rebuilt the castle. Notes in Advance on the Tour to the Hebrides, Whitsuntide, 1904 (compiled by the Editor to the Society and published by CWAAS [1904]); 35 pp. Comprises notes on the sites to be visited, accompanied by maps and illustrations. Loose inside the volume are two letters from Mr W Munn Rankin, Headmaster of the Municipal Technical School, Lancaster, to Sir, 18 April 1910 and 14 August 1912, concerning his research on the peat mosses at Hale, in the Beetham manor, and on the Yeland mosses, etc. [See, too, the Programme of the Hebrides excursion and related papers, described below amongst the records of the editor of Transactions,etc. (CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 17 Box A No.16 )] , 1910, 1912 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

76 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/13 Photocopy of typescript extracts from a MS book entitled Contributions towards a history of my own family, written by Dr Henry Moses [ n.d., but possibly written in the mid 19 th century?]; and correspondence of Dr Alan Harris, University of Hull, [ Joint Editor of Transactions], with Hough, Halton & Soul, solicitors, Carlisle, and with Bruce Jones (County Archivist), and copy of Bruce Jones s letter to Mr P W Pickles of Hough, Halton & Soul, concerning the text and its possible publication in Transactions, ([? mid 19 th century], CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/27 Microfiche ( 3 fiche) of the whole of Transactions New Series vol. 84, Over a period of many years, archives of the Society, also some papers of individual members, were deposited with Tullie House Museum and Library. The following list of records (occupying about 30 pages), which on 15 March 2016 were transferred from Tullie House Museum to Carlisle Archive Centre, is based on Wendy Edwards List of CWAAS Archives in Tullie House Museum (July 1992). It will be noted that most of these records are editorial papers, relating to the production of the Society s Transactions ; the list cites the references to the pages of Transactions on which such records are reproduced. Though it is not practicable to abstract sections of this list to place them under the various separate headings of the records of the Hon. Excursions Secretary, the records of individual Society members, etc., in the relevant sections of this list of the archives of the CWAAS, etc. an endeavour has been made to provide some cross references to such records. CAC(Carlisle) DSO1: in Accession H13347 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

77 1a. Fingland Rigg : site plan (graph paper) CW2 lxxvii (1977), 55, figure 2 ( ) 1b.Fingland Rigg 1973 : hut/house plan (tracing paper) CW2 lxxvii (1977), 56, figure 3 ( ) 2. Hadrian s Wall, Vallum, Eden North Tyne 2a. Vallum trenches cut in (pencil drawing) CW1 xiii, 1895, T H and E Hodgson ( ) 2b.-d. Vallum sections at various sites (pencil drawings) CW1 xiv, 1897, , T H and E Hodgson ( ) 3 a. and b. Stanegate sections, Boothby, 1975 : 2 sheets (dyeline copies) ref. NY G G S Richardson CW2 lxxviii, 1978, 207, figure 1 ( , 2) 4. Hadrian s Wall, Vallum Sections 1975, Walby (NY ) : sections in gas pipe line trench, 2 sheets(1. tracing paper, 2. pencil on graph paper), G G S Richardson CW2 lxxviii, 1978, 208 ( ,2) 5. Calthwaite, Road Section, 1978 (NY ) (ink on tracing paper) G G S Richardson (part of the Richardson archive) (1994-5) 6. East Park School, Bewcastle : elevation and plan drawings (dye line copy) G G S Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

78 Richardson (part of the Richardson archive) (1994-6) 7. Cumbrian coastal sites and Roman roads : map (on tracing paper), unknown source (1994-7) 8. Birdoswald Camboglanna, 1933 : plan on stiff card; 1:200 scale, 86 x 61 cm. CW2 xxxiv, 1934, facing p. 216 (1994-8) 9. Storey family : genealogy table (dye line copy) (1994-9) 10. Pedigree of the Bowstead family : genealogy table (printed on quality paper); source unknown ( ) 11. Eskdale church a. The chancel (pen and ink drawing of design for altar dado);b. The Fisher of Men Christ calling Sts Peter and Paul (pencil drawing); and c. The Good Shepherd (pencil drawing), b. and c. being inset designs for a. ( i) 12. Kirkbride, 1976 : cross-section of ditch and road (ink drawing on graph paper). Reference R L Bellhouse and G G S Richardson, The Trajanic Fort at Kirkbride : the terminus of the Stanegate Frontier, CW2 lxxxii, 1982, ( ) 13. Hadrian s Wall, Wall Dub, Lanercost : pencil and watercolour drawings, 22 August 1896, E and T H Hodgson CW1 xiv, 1897, 427 ( ) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

79 14. Birdoswald, 1897 : pencil drawings of the NE gate, E and T H Hodgson CW1 xv, 1899, , plate 1 ( ) 15. Hadrian s Wall, Castlesteads : plan of area, including fort (ink on paper) ; F Haverfield, Report of Cumberland Excavation Committee for 1901, CW2 ii, 1902, 385 ( ) 16. Hadrian s Wall, Chesters, Northumberland : plan of the southern end of the Praetorium Cilurnum (pencil and ink on paper) E and T H Hodgson CW2 iv, 1904, ( ) 17. Hadrian s Wall, Appletree, Gilsland : Turf Wall sections (watercolours) E and T H Hodgson, 1895 CW1 xiv, 1897,188 plate III ( ) 18. Mount Hulie Hut Circle (Woodhead) : cross-section drawing (pencil on graph paper) K S Hodgson CW2 xl, 1940, 162 ( ) 19 a. and b. Broomrigg, Ainstable : survey and spot-levelling of earth works (profiles), 26 October 1950 ( 2 sheets, one coloured) K S Hodgson, 1950 CW2 l, 1950, ( ,2) 20. Broomrigg A, Ainstable : pencil plan of site A K S Hodgson CW2 l, 1950, (cf. CW2 xxxv, 1935, 77-9 and CW2 lii, 1952, 1-8.) ( ) 21. Broomrigg, Ainstable site B : pencil drawing of section N-S (graph paper) K S Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

80 Hodgson CW2 lii, 1952, 6, figure 6 CW2, 1935, 77 9) ( ) (cf. 25. Broomrigg, Ainstable site C : plan of large stone circle and cist (pencil and ink drawing) K S Hodgson CW2 l, 1950, 32, figure 2 ( ) 26. Broomrigg, Ainstable site F : plan of features in gridded squares (pencil drawing on graph paper) K S Hodgson CW2 lii, 1952, 1-8 ( ) 27. Shield Knowe, Bewcastle : cross-sections through cairn (N-S; E-W) (ink drawing on tracing paper) K S Hodgson CW2 xl, 1940, 154, figure 1 ( ) 30. Shield Knowe, Bewcastle : plan of cist chamber (pencil drawing on graph paper) K S Hodgson CW2 xl, 1940, 157, figure 2 ( ) 31. Brantrake Moss, 1965 : plan of ground features : cairns and enclosures (ink drawing on permatrace) J Cherry CW2 lxx, 1970, ( ) CAC(Carlisle) DSO1, in Accession H13347 Box 17 Box A 1. The Roman Works from near Whiteflat to near Sandysike [between Kingwater and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

81 Cumrenton] : sketch map by T H Hodgson [ CW2 iii, 1903, 341] Section of Roman Road on White Moss : watercolour by [Mrs] E Hodgson, 1902 Brunstock Park Profile across the works : watercolour by E Hodgson, drawn November 1895 from survey by T H and E Hodgson, July 1894, aided by notes by F Haverfield. [ CW1 xiii, 1895, 457 CW1 xiv, 1897, 390] Section of Vallum, Gilsland : watercolour T H and E Hodgson, 5 December 1894 [CW1 xiii, 1895, 469, plate x] 2. Prints of Maps of Windermere (20 June 1783), Bassenthwaite (20 June 1809), Buttermere, Crummock and Loweswater Lakes (7 May 1794), Coniston Lake (20 June 1809), and Ullswater (1 December 1788), all by P / Peter Crosthwaite [Keeper of the Museum at Keswick], pasted on to one sheet. (The maps were published in London, the dates noted being those of the date of their publication or republication with additions.) Prints of Pocklington s Island (in Derwenwater) : plan and elevations of the house in the centre of the Island, the boathouse,etc. (by Joseph Pocklington, published London, 16 June 1783); facade of house [in the centre of the island] and of ground plan (by Joseph Pocklington, published London, 1 September 1784); map of Derwentwater (by P Crosthwaite, published London and Keswick, 26 June 1782); map of Derwentwater with elevations of Crosthwaite Church, Barrow Cascade Hall, etc. (by P Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

82 Crosthwaite, published London, 16 June 1783), pasted on to one sheet. 4. The Scientific Treatment of Material from Rescue Excavations (A report by a working party of the Committee for Rescue Archaeology of the Ancient Monuments Board for England) (Department of the Environment, 1978) 5. J S Jefferies, Excavation Records : Techniques in use by the Central Excavation Unit (Directorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings, Occasional Papers No.1, Department of the Environment, 1977) 6. The Praetorium at Chesters : ground plan and sections by T H and E Hodgson, 1904 [CW2 iv, 1904, ] 7. Plan of Chapelfield, Birdoswald and field lying north of it with trenches cut in August 1898 by T H and E Hodgson [CW1 xv, 1899, 77, plate I] 8. Roman Wall and Vallum near Walton : plan of the line across modern field systems [by T H Hodgson, 1900] [CW2 i, 1901, 77, plate I] Black and white photographs of [oil] portraits of Archbishop Thomas Lamplugh ( ) and Sir Joseph Williamson ( ) [A R Jabez-Smith CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, , plates I and II] 10. Kirkbride Roman Fort : R L Bellhouse envelope containing two folders of material Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

83 relating to the excavation 1971/2/6/7 : reports (1971, 1972), correspondence of G G S Richardson with R L Bellhouse and others ( ), plans, black and white and colour photographs, press cutting (1970),etc. [written up in CW2 lxxv, 1975, and CW2 lxxxii, 1982, 35 50] 11. Kirkbride Roman Fort : R L Bellhouse envelope containing correspondence (1981), two aerial photographs, plans (1976, n.d.), drawings, reports for publication : Excavation [written up for CW2 lxxxii, 1982, 35 50] ; includes copies of Phil Jackson, A Geophysical Survey of the Roman Fort at Kirkbride, Cumbria (BSc thesis, University of Lancaster, 1979) and Neil Fowler, A Geophysical Survey of the Roman Site at Kirbride, Cumbria (BSc thesis, University of Lancaster, 1978), and reprint of R L Bellhouse and G G S Richardson, The Roman site at Kirkbride, Cumberland, on the excavations and (CW2 lxxv, 1975, 58 90) Featherstonhaugh family pedigree (two MS sheets, covering 13 th early 19 th centuries; anon.) [ CW2 xiv, 1914, CW2 lxxvii, 1977, ] 13. Frosthwaite Farm, near Levens : scooped platform site plan by Denis C Fiddes, Bewcastle and Castlesteads : sketch map (1952) of church, castle and farm buildings, Bewcastle; transcripts (made by Miss K S Hodgson) of letters from Captain 1973 (1791), 1952 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

84 Johnson to Dr Appleby,1791, and from Mr Johnson to James Carlyle, 5 April 1791, concerning Castlesteads Roman Fort. 15. Photocopies of Mr W T McIntire s articles in The Cumberland News in the 1930s about the Threlkeld family (date of publication not stated); Fearon Fallows (21 September 1935); Workington Hall (no date visible); Kingmoor (17 April 1937); Farlam and report on excavations at Roman fort of Stanwix ([post 1937); Corby (12 May 1934); and Prince Charlie at Brampton, 1745 (18 December 1937). 16. Hebrides Excursion of CWAAS, May 1904 : Revised Programme for CWAAS Tour to the Hebrides, May 1904; plan of SS Princess Beatrice (1903); menu card (SS Princess Maud, 31 May 1903) on the reverse of Cabin Victualling and Wine List of M Langlands & Sons; and letters of W G Collingwood, Lanehead, Coniston, to (?) S Hart Jackson Esq., 3 and 13 May 1904 concerning the allocation of a berth to him on the Princess Beatrice, etc. [CW2 v, 1905, ] 17. Album of captioned photographs of CWAAS Excursions, , presented to CWAAS by Mr C H Bagot, Levens Hall : Summer Meeting, Isle of Man, July 1931; Autumn Meeting, September 1931 (Brougham Castle, Shap Abbey, Crosby Ravensworth, Johnby Hall, Maulds Meaburn Hall, Scales Hall, Hutton [in the Forest] Hall,Crosby Ravensworth, Morland Church, Hardrigg Hall, Old Penrith (Voreda), Penrith Castle); 1930s Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

85 Summer Meeting, June 1932 ( Borcovicus (Housesteads), Lanercost Priory, Naworth Castle, Castleriggs Stone Circle); Autumn Meeting, September 1932 (Crackenthorpe, Appleby, Warcop, Ormside, Wharton Hall, and Petteril Green Camp ( a number of views of excavated sites)). [CW2 xxxii, 1932, : report and six photographs of the IOM excursion; CW2 xxxiii,1933, : no photographs reproduced] 18. CWAAS meetings : (incomplete) agenda papers (including minutes) of Council meetings, 3 April 1976 (including minutes of meeting on 28 November 1975) (agenda for meeting on) 5 December 1980; and flyers concerning the AGM 4 April 1981, Meetings on 4 and 18 July 1981, etc. (1981) Shapbeck Stone Circle : plan by V E T[urner] [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, , figure 1] CAC(Carlisle) DSO 1, in Accession H13347 Box B 1-3 Roman Wall Fieldwork Notebooks (12) of Elizabeth and T Hesketh Hodgson, , 1906, on the following subjects : 1. (5 notebooks ) Include Brunstock, 1894; Gilsland Vicarage, 1894; Baron s Dyke, Crosby, 1895; Bleatarn, 1895; sections across the Vallum, 1895; and of Vallum in Northumberland, (4 notebooks) Include an account of the great frost of 1895; press cuttings (1851) 1913 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

86 (miscellaneous antiquarian notes) (1851) (1913) taken from the local press; 1902 notes; Birdoswald notes, 1897; Bowness notes, 1903; and record of observation of hotel guest at Shaws Hotel to archaeologist, 26 June 1896 : I suppose the Romans who came over and built the wall, and spread Christian tracks through the land were Roman Catholics. 3. (3 notebooks) Include measurements at Newby Grange; 1904 Hallsteads, Castle Carrock; 1898 wall turret, (?) Muckbank and NW turret magna; 1898 Birdoswald; ; 1902 Vallum ditch, Castlesteads; and 1906 Pilgrimage [brief notes on places? to be visited]. 4. Poltross Burn Milecastle, and Throp : papers, correspondence, plans and photographic negatives of T H Hodgson; the correspondence mainly comprises letters to Mr T H Hodgson and, to a lesser extent, Mrs Hodgson, including from F Gerald Simpson and [the Earl of] Carlisle [1910], concerning the excavations at Poltross Burn 1909 and Throp [farm]; the photographic negatives (18) are of Poltross Burn 1909 and King s Stables [walls, excavations, etc.] [CW2 xi, 1911, ] Poltross Burn, and Bishop s or Baron s Dyke, Crosby-on-Eden : plan showing excavations near Poltross Burn by E and T H Hodgson, n.d. [CW1 xv, 1899, 190, plate VI]; cross-section of Bishop s or Baron s Dyke, Crosby-on-Eden by T H Hodgson, March 1895 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

87 [CW1 xiv, 1897, 144]; and plans of two turrets Mucklebank and NW turret Magna. 6. Binder volume [compiled by Miss Marjorie Garnett, CWAAS member ] whose title page is inscribed Archaeology (for Miss C I Fell FSA), comprising [Miss Garnett s] pen and ink diagrams / drawings of stone axes, arrow heads, etc., [late 1960s early 1970s] (ref. CW2 lxvi, 1966, 475); typescript notes on bows; [Miss Garnett s] pen and ink diagrams / drawings of? Bronze Age flints, Eskmeals, (for CW 2, ); reprints of R G Plint, Stone Axe Factory Sites in the Cumbrian Fells (CW 2, lxii, 1962) and Brian Bunch and Clare I Fell, A Stone- Axe Factory at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, Westmorland (Procs. of the Prehistoric Society for 1949 ); copy of B L Thompson, The Howe, Applethwaite, Windermere and its Owners (privately printed by Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1964), with covering letter from Bruce Thompson, Troutbeck, 19 January 1966, to Miss Garnett, and further letter from Mr Thompson, 7 February, to Miss Garnett (concerning the wills of Thomas Atkinson (1699) and his brother, Christopher (1722) mentioned in his monograph); and two black and white photographs by J Cherry of Bronze Age arrowheads found at Drigg c and on the Eskmeals flint sites in A further binder volume [compiled by] Miss Marjorie Garnett, the title page inscribed Archaeology for Miss C I Fell FSA, including letters to Miss Garnett (including from Clare Fell, 18 December 1973, about bows, from R G Plint re Lingmell track axe site, , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

88 and from Ernest Blezard, 1960); typescripts on bows; typed notes from books on the Lake District s Geology, the Mesolithic Age in Britain, and Celtic Britain, with [Miss Garnett s] diagrams of artefacts; typescript copy of R D Darbishire s Notes on Discoveries in Ehenside Tarn, Cumberland (London, 1874) from Archaeologia vol. xliv pp ; and typescript Wrecks on the Cumberland Coast near Seascale (information from Mr Taylor, Drigg Road, Seascale),n.d. CAC(Carlisle) DSO1, in Accession H13347 (unless otherwise stated) Box C Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box The Castles, Downhill, Aikton : maps & plans (figures 1 6, 8 and 9); photocopies of illustrations, maps, and diagrams for article by J Bennett, A Herne and A Whitworth [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, 67 82] 2. The Tannery, Rusland, South Cumbria by Christie Howard-Davis : negatives, black and white photograph and photocopy of photograph of the tannery building (plate 2), maps and diagrams (figures 1 4), 4 photocopies of maps and diagrams, black and white photograph and photocopy of photograph of sandstone beamstone (plate 1) CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Oak for the Navy by Blake Tyson : proof copy, and letter from Blake Tyson to Bill [Wiseman] (editor), 5 May 1987 [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, ] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

89 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box Demolition of the Priory of St Mary, Carlisle by Denis R Perriam : captions for illustrations; photocopies : plates 2 and 4 Sir C H Nicholson s suggested restoration, and engraving by J Kip, 1715; photograph (plate 3) of [Fratry] [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, ] 5. The Slate-Quarrying industry in Westmorland : Part 1, The valleys of Troutbeck, Kentmere and Longsleddale, by R David : typescript and two maps [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, ] 6. Excavations at Carlisle Cathedral by M R McCarthy : plan showing location of trenches; and letters from M R McCarthy to Bruce Jones, 22 December 1986 and 2 March [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes p.270] 7. Roman Bronzes from Maryport by Janet Webster : drawings by Howard Mason, 9 prints (bromides) figures 1 9 [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, 49 70] 8. A Watching Brief South-East of Moresby Fort, 1980, by Julian Bennett, David Bartlett and Tony Holmes : Location Map of Roman Fort [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 9. Evidence for Prehistoric Habitation...the Tarn at Ehenside by J Cherry and P J Cherry : sketch map, figure 2, and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

90 drawings of flints, figure 1 (on one sheet) [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, ] Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box Note on polished stone axe found north of Lawrence House, Levens at c. SD by C I Fell : drawing, figure 1 [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 11. Kiln at 21 Abbey Vale, St Bees by John Todd : drawing, plan of kiln [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 12. Stone-based huts and other structures at Smithy Beck, Ennerdale by late W Fletcher and Clare I Fell : typescript of text, 5 black and white photographs (plates 1 and 2), and illustrations (figures 1A and B) ) (on one sheet) [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, 27 36] 13. Roman Sites on the Cumberland Coast : a new schedule of coastal sites by Richard Bellhouse : black and white photographs (including aerial view, and group photograph by Cumbrian Newspapers of Harold Duff, Brian Blake, George Richardson, R L Bellhouse and others uncovering the remains of Tower 16b near Mawbray in November 1950 ), plans and maps. CWAAS Research Series vol. III, Prehistoric Habitation Sites in W. Cumbria by J Cherry and P J Cherry : Part IV The Eskmeals Area : typescript of text, MS flint distribution tables 1 and 2, sketch map (figure 1) and drawings Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

91 of artefacts for figure 2 [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, 1 17] ; Part V Eskmeals to Haverigg : sketch map (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, 1 10] Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box Lord Wharton s Deer Park Walls by Mark Blackett-Ord : typescript text; black and white photographs (plates 1 and 2), also colour photograph of [plate 2], 1981, and reproduction of part of published map of 1828 (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, ] 16. The Origins of Inglewood Forest by N J Higham with typescript Appendix : Rescue excavation at Spedding Head, October 1982, by D Brittan and G D B Jones : typescript text of both articles, maps (figures 1 3) CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, see also Map Chest Drawer : Tube William Atkinson ( ) of Wigton a hitherto unidentified Cumbrian pewter by Michael Finlay : typescript of [first page of article] [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, ] 18. Roman sites on the Cumberland Coast, Milefortlet 17, Dubmill Point by R L Bellhouse : typescript text and sketch map (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, 41 7] 19. Survey and Excavation in the Solway Plain, Cumbria ( ) by R H Bewley : corrected typescript text, captions (figures ) and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

92 reproduction of photograph and caption (plate 1) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, 19 40] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box AGM of CWAAS at Kendal, 1986 : photograph of display by Kendal Civic Society being viewed by Richard Hall (Secretary of CWAAS), Professor Rosemary Cramp (President of CWAAS) and Alfred A Wood (Chief Architect/Planner of English Heritage), 19 April 1986 [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, frontispiece] 21. Historical Earthquakes in Northwest England by Charles Melville : maps (10) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, ] 22. Whirligig from Low Dovecote, Walton, Brampton by Sue Kirby : black and white photograph [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 23. Kirklinton Church by Ian Caruana and Alan James : black and white photograph of medieval gravestone fragment [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 24. Three Querns from Aglionby by Ian Caruana : 2 sheets of drawings, profiles of querns, 3 black and white photographs [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, Notes, ] 25. An early 17 th century cruck barn in Great Langdale by Martin Higgins and Janet D Martin : drawing (plans, sections, etc.) (figure 1) and black and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

93 white photograph, 1985 (plate 1) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, ] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box Andrew Pellin s Surveying career at Whitehaven by Blake Tyson : illustrations (figures 1 10) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, ] 27. Conservation Work on the Cartmel Fell Figure of Christ by G A Behrens : 5 black and white photographs (plates 1 4), 3 drawings (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxii, 1982, ] 28. Evidence for Centuriation in the Inglewood Forest by A Richardson : 2 sketch maps (figures 1 and 2) [CW2 lxxxii, 1982, 67 71] 29. Flints from Moor End, Matterdale by Clare I Fell and Ian Caruana : sketch map [CW2 lxxxii, 1982, Notes, ] 30. Old Penrith : Excavations by Andrew Poulter : 2 black and white photographs (1979 and c. 1982) (plates 1 and 2) [CW2 lxxxii, 1982, 51 65] 31. Two Flints from Askham Fell, Cumbria by M L Brann : drawing [CW2 lxxxiii, 1983, Notes, 173] 32. Environmental Observations by the Rev. William Hutton of Bentham Lance Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

94 Tufnell : sketch map (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxiii, 1983, ] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box A Celtic God from Netherby, Cumbria by Miranda Green : black and white photograph (plate 1) [CW2 lxxxiii, 1983, 41 47] 34. The Vallum s Original Intention : a multi-purpose work of frontier support by Derek Williams : black and white photograph (of an artist s view) (plate 1) [CW2 lxxxiii, 1983, 33 39] 35. Stone rough-out axe from Crag House, Grasmere by M E Burkett : drawing [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, Notes, 247] 36. A Barbed and Tanged Arrowhead from Torver Low Common by R A Parkin : drawing [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, Notes, 247] 37. An unrecorded half-bushel measure from Kirkoswald by Michael Finlay : photograph of the measure [figure 2]) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, Notes, 273] 38. A Roman hoard from Cliburn, Penrith by D C A Shotter : drawing [of vessel], 1985 [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, Notes, 251] 39. The Inghamite Chapel Cottage, Kendal : an examination of an underground chamber by Duncan Allen and Philip Bradbury : plan of underground Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

95 chamber [figure 1]) [CW2 lxxxvi, 1986, Notes, ] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box Iron Mining in the high fells above Eskdale and Langdale and miners roads by Susan Johnson : 4 black and white [unpublished] photographs of site (of the ore-miners hut Ore Gap, Yeasty Rigg Gill, Eskdale), September 1987 (not published but from the site) [CW2 lxxxviii, 1988, Notes, ] 41. Vagrancy in later 18 th century Westmorland : a social profile by Dr Audrey Eccles : maps 1 & 2 (figures 1 and 2) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, ] 42. Two newly discovered Cup-and-Ring marked stones from Penrith and Hllbankgate with a gazetteer of all known Megalithic carvings in Cumbria by Paul N K Frodsham : 3 black and white photographs (plates 1 3), map (figure 1), and 4 drawings (figures 2 5) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, 1 19] 43. A polished stone axe from Low Firth, Cumbria by M E Curteis : drawing of stone axe [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, Notes, 277] 44. A Romano-British glass bangle from Ravenglass Vicus by J Cherry and Ian Caruana ; drawing [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, Notes, ] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

96 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box Coniston Forge, 14 January 1675 to 12 May 1766 by Blake Tyson : map (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, ] 46. The Roman Road between the forts at Ambleside and Kendal by Arthur Thornton : map, (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, 37 40] 47. Homo Politicus or Homo Religiosus? Thomas J F Strickland of Sizergh (? ) by Gernot O Gurtler : 2 black and white photographs of portrait of Thomas J F Strickland, photocopy of the above with caption in German, and letter from Gernot O Gurtler to Bruce Jones, 18 January [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, ] 48. A Roman altar from Carlisle Castle by R S O Tomlin and R G Annis :black and white photograph of inscription (plate 1),black and white photograph of altar (plate 2), and 2 drawings of inscription (figures 1 and 2) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, 77 91] 49. The Bretherdale Wool weight by J E Stachell : three black and white photographs (plates 1 3) [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, ] 50. Archaeological Work at Brough-under- Stainmore II, the Mediaeval and late settlements (fieldwork and excavations) by M J Jones et al : drawings (figures 6, 8-12), 7 black and white photographs Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

97 (plates I VII) and 2 black and white photographs not used in publication. [CW2 lxxxix, 1989, ] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box Excavations at Dacre : an interim report by R H Leech and R Newman : map [figure 1] and 2 photographs of quernstone and of bronze pins etc.(plates 1 and 2) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, 87 93] 52. A survey of the old copper works, Coppermine Valley, Coniston by R H Middleton : sketch map, 1983 [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, Notes, ] 53. Mediaeval Kendal : the first Borough Charter and its connections by Julian Munby : 3 maps (figures 1 3) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, ] 54. The Burton Family of Clockmakers by M J Watts and C T Watts : photocopy of genealogical table (1980) (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxi, 1981, 83 91] 55. Further Notes on Carlisle Cathedral Excavations 1953 by Grace Simpson : drawing of coarse pottery (figure 3) [CW2 lxxxviii, 1988, 87-96] 56. Cairns at Mecklin Park, Santon Bridge by W Fletcher : map (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, 11 17] 57. The Harrington Tomb at Cartmel Priory Church by J C Dickinson : 4 black and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

98 white photographs (plates 1 4) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, ] Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box An Eagle Mount from Carlisle by L Allason-Jones : black and white photograph (plate 1) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, Notes, ] 59. Note on the discovery of two stone axes in the Solway Plain, Cumbria by R H Bewley : 2 drawings (figures 3 and 4), and sketch map plan of field (figure 2) [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, Notes, ] 60. Results of Survey work between Shap and Askham Fells by V E Turner : map (figure 1) [CW2 xci, 1991, 1 11] 61. Later Bronze Age pottery from Kirkhead Cave, Cumbria by J A Gilks : drawings (figure 1) [CW2 lxxxvii, 1987, 37 42] Note : there are no items numbered CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc. H The Pottery from the two turrets at Garthside on Hadrian s Wall by D A Welsby : drawings of pottery [CW2 lxxxv, 1985, 71 76] There is no item numbered 72 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H Old Penrith : Excavations 1977 and 1979 by Andrew Poulter : location map (figure 1), ditch sections (figure 2), plan of area 2 (figure 3), plan and sections of area 3 (figure 4), features area 3 (figure 5),and the pottery (figure 6) [CW2 lxxxii, 1982, 51 65] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

99 Acc.H13347 Box Excavations at Willowford by R C Shaw : drawings by Dr Shaw general plan of bridge (figure 5), bridge elevations (figure 6) and bridge sections (figure 7) [CW2 lxxvi, 1926, ] There is no item numbered 75 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H13382 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H13382 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H Some excavations in the Bewcastle District by K S Hodgson : Ordnance Survey 25 = i mile map of White Lyne Valley with sites marked (but map not used in text). [CW2 xl, 1940, ] 77. Ancient enclosures on Town Bank, Kinniside by J E Spence : 2 sketch maps Tongue How site section 1 and Boat How section? [CW2 xxxviii, 1938, 63 70] (cf. W Fletcher CW2, 1986) 78. An Introduction to the prehistory of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands by R G Collingwood : Distribution map of stone axe-hammers (p. 181) and Distribution map of stone axes, megalithic circles (p.176) [CW2 xxxiii, 1933, ] There are no items numbered Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box Print of plan of Benwell Condercum 1937, initialled F.G.S [F G Simpson] & I.A.R. [Ian Richmond] (no publication reference) 82. Drawings ( 1 sheet) : Ancient Method of Construction / Examples of buildings on crooks at Hawkshead [sections of crooks] by Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

100 H Swainson Cowper, n.d. [CWAS Trans. reference not traced) Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13346 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box The Animals of the Ormside Cup by Brunsdon Yapp : 2 proof copies, and 6 black and white photographs (figures 1 6) [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 84. St Alban s Church and graveyard, Carlisle by B C Jones : reproduction of plans of area of the Market Place, Carlisle, 1749, 1828 and 1850 ( 1 sheet) (figure 1), and 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 85. Sede Vacante administration in the mediaeval diocese of Carlisle : the accounts of the vacancy of December 1395 to March 1396 by R N Swanson : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 86. Farmery Field, Cartmel by P R Wilson and T Clare : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 87. A Tudor Divorce : The Marital History of William Parr, Marquess of Northampton by Susan E James : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 88. Robert Dawson ( ) Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh by W G Wiseman : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 89. Thomas J F Strickland of Sizergh (? ) The Political Cleric at his Ecclesiastical Zenith by Gernot O Gurtler : 2 copies of photograph of engraving of Thomas Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

101 J F Strickland (plate 1), and 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 19 Acc.H13347 Box 21 Acc.H13347 Box Newlaithes Hall, Carlisle. The evolution and extinction of a Cumbrian courtyard farm by Blake Tyson : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 91. Freedom and Liberty : Cumbria and the Borders during the period of the French Revolution by J C F Barnes : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 92. Early Bowling Greens in Whitehaven by Jeremy Godwin : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 93. Notes Mace and Hammerstone, Pike O Stickle, 2. Barron s Pike, possible Roman Signal Tower, 3. Roman coins from Cumbria : recent finds, 4. Population decline in early Seventeenth Century Cumbria? 5. A Westmorland Quaker in Maryland, and 6. A Mid 19 th century farm sales book : 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 94. A hoard of unpolished stone axes from Pike O Stickle, Great Langdale by M J Boyd : 2 proof copies, and 2 sheets of drawings (figures 1 and 2) [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 95. The Roman Road over the Kirkstone Pass : Ambleside to Old Penrith by A Richardson and T M Allan : 3 drawings (figures I III), strip maps [annotated OS maps] (figures IV,V, and VI), and 2 proof copies [CW2 xc, 1990, ] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

102 Acc.H13347 Box 20 Acc.H13347 Box Fieldwork on the Roman Fort Site at Blennerhasset, Cumbria by Jeremy Evans et al : 2 proof copies, black and white aerial photograph 1984 (plate 1), 2 drawings (figures 2 and 5), and scale plot (resistivity survey)( figure 3) [CW2 xc, 1990, ] 97. The Roman Fort at Bewcastle : an analytical field survey by Iain Sainsbury and Humphrey Welfare : 2 proof copies, and map (figure 1) [CW2 xc, 1990, ] There is no item numbered 98 Acc.H13347 Box 20 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H Robert Ferguson : black and white photograph of memorial to Robert Ferguson of Carlisle (d. 1816) and his wife and children [in Kirkbride church], and negative [publication reference not traced] 100. Drawing, section and elevation turf, stone and timber construction; marked diagram VIII [publication reference not traced] There is no item numbered 101 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H13382 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H Cardurnock : drawings and plans by? K S Hodgson [CW2 xlvii, 1947, , figures 3 5] 103. Hadrian s Wall and Associated Sites, Cambeck, Walton area : drawing by T H Hodgson [CW2 ii, 1902, 385] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

103 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1, in Acc.H13382 CAC (Carlisle) DSO1, in Accession H13382 Boxes House on Lord s Island, Derwentwater : letters from W G Collingwood to Mr T H Hodgson and to Mrs E Hodgson, 1902, with related notes (including W G Collingwood s answers to questions), and plans of the house and of foundations of buildings (by T H and E Hodgson, 1902) [CW2 iv, 1904, ] Besides those editorial papers described above which were latterly stored at Tullie House s Shaddon Mill store, the following additional editorial papers (principally maps, plans, diagrams, drawings, photographs and other illustrations which were reproduced in CWAAS s Transactions ) were also transferred from this store to the Carlisle Archive Centre on 5 April 2016 :- Maryport 1966 Periods I IV excavation plans and a section, by A R B [Birley], G D B J [Jones] and M G J [Jarrett] [? reproduced in M G Jarrett, Maryport, Cumbria : A Roman Fort and its Garrison (CWAAS Extra Series No.XXII, 1976] Map and plans [reproduced in CW2 72, 1972 : article 14 (Alan Harris, The Tindale Fell Waggonway )] Photographs, maps, plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW2 76, 1976 : articles 1 (R S O Tomlin, A Roman tombstone from Brougham Castle (BROCAVVM) near Penrith ); 2 ( T W Potter, Excavations at Watercrook 1974 : an Interim Report ); 4 (B C Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

104 Jones, The topography of Medieval Carlisle ); 5 (George C Boon, An early Tudor coiner s mould and the working of Borrowdale graphite ); 7 (Marijane Osborn, Wordsworth s Borderers and the landscape of Penrith ); and 8 ( D J W Mawson, Langthwaite Cotton Mill ), and notes 2 ( N Higham, An early medieval site at Coldbeck, Ravenstonedale ) and 3 (R W McDowall, Wraysholme Tower )] (Also photographs of maps, plans and engravings and of a wall to illustrate an unidentified article.) Maps, plans, section, and drawings [reproduced in CW2 77, 1977 : articles 3 (M J Jones et al., Archaeological work at Brough under Stainmore : I. The Roman discoveries ); 4 ( T W Potter, Excavations at the Roman fort at Watercrook, 1975 : a second interim report ); 5 ( G G S Richardson, A Romano-British farmstead at Fingland ) ; 9 (Brian G Awty, Force Forge in the Seventeenth Century ) ; and 16 (Timothy Cockerill, A Cumbrian lawyer visits the West Indies in 1826 )] Plan of Fisher St. [Carlisle] 1977 (noting charcoal spread, etc.) Drawings of coarse pottery [reproduced in CW2 78, 1978 : article 6 (J S Dryden and A R Withell, The Pottery from Turret 52a, Banks East )] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

105 Plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW2 79, 1979 : articles 1 (G J Fairclough, Excavation of standing stones and cairn at Clifton, Cumbria, 1977 ) and 3 (G G S Richardson, King s Stables an early shieling on Black Lyne Common, Bewcastle ] Maps, plans, drawings, etc. [reproduced in CW2 80, 1980 : articles 1 ( D C A Shotter, The Roman occupation of North-West England : The coin evidence ) and 5 (Graham Fairclough, Clifton Hall, Cumbria : Excavations )] A large quantity of plans, diagrams, and drawings of Old Penrith Querns, Bewcastle : DOE Central Excavation Unit plans, , Bewcastle and Old Penrith pot drawings and Bewcastle and Old Penrith, 1979 and n.d., which it is presumed were reproduced in P S Allen, Bewcastle and Old Penrith, a Roman Outpost Fort and a Frontier Vicus, Excavations (CWAAS Monograph Series No. 6, 1991); also letters from English Heritage to Colin Richardson, Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery, 1993, concerning the excavations at Bewcastle [ ] by the Central Excavation Unit (based at Carlisle Castle) and details of paper records (which had been microfilmed by English Heritage) and summary of excavation conclusions, Black and white aerial photograph of an industrial site (including a quarry) in the Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

106 countryside (Royal Commission on Historical Monuments NY0018/2), Figures, maps, diagrams, and photographs [reproduced in CW2 93, 1993 : articles 2 ( J and P J Cherry, Flints from Skirwith in Carlisle Museum ); 3 (Deirdre O Sullivan, Sub-Roman and Anglo-Saxon finds from Cumbria ); 4 (Ann M Hallam, An Irish bowl food vessel from the Netherby Hall Collection, Kirkandrews-on- Esk ; 5 (R H Leech, The Roman fort and vicus at Ambleside : archaeological research in 1982 ); 7 (Tony Wilmott, The Roman cremation cemetery in New Field, Birdoswald ); 10 (Margaret A Parsons, Pasture farming in Troutbeck, Westmorland, ); 11 (Brian K Roberts, Five Westmorland settlements : a comparative study ); 12 (M A Atkin, Sillfield, Preston Patrick : a double-oval type of field pattern ); 13 (Susan Scott and C J Duncan, Smallpox epidemics at Penrith in the 17 th and 18 th centuries ); and 18 (Nina Jennings, The buildings of Moorhouse, Burgh by Sands )] Photographs, maps, plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW2 95, 1995 : articles 1 ( J and P J Cherry, Prehistoric habitation of the Cumbrian limestone uplands : occupation sites found between 1986 and 1993 ); 5 (D J Woolliscroft, The ring ditch site above Middleton Hall, Cumbria : surface and resistivity surveys ); 10 ( R W Hoyle, Thomas first Lord Wharton s parks at Ravenstonedaleand Wharton ); and 11 (Blake Tyson, Rebuilding the medieval Court-House at Keswick in 1571 ); and note 5 (Paul Flynn, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

107 A watching brief at Lowther Street, Carlisle ) ] Photographs, plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW2 96, 1996 : articles 1(Mark Bowden, Recent archaeological fieldwork in the Howgill Fells by the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England ); 2 (Percival Turnbull and Deborah Walsh, A beaker burial in Levens Park ); 4 (Colin Richardson, A find of Viking-priod silver brooches and fragments from Flusco, Newbiggin, Cumbria ) ; 5 (Brian K Roberts, Field survey of Maulds Meaburn, Westmorland ); 8 (Leslie N S Smith, A survey of the surviving medieval stained glass in the churches of the Anglican Diocese of Carlisle...nineteenth century : just a colour photograph of stained glass roundels in a window at Greystoke church); 13 (Blake Tyson, Some Cumbrian builders, ) ; and 15 (J D Marshall et al., The lineaments of Newland iron furnace, ; an historical investigation ); and notes 1 ( P J Watson and D J Symons, Antiquities from Cumbria in West Midlands Museums ), 2 (Alan King, Note on a stone find from Lake Windermere ), 3 ( J Davenport, The Bewcastle Cauldron ), 4 ( D J Woolliscroft and N J Lockett, Finds from Veterae, The Roman Fort of Brough ) and 8 (John Marsh, List of objects found by metal detectorists in the Kendal area in recent years ) and in CW2 97, 1997 : articles 2 (Percival Turnbull and DeborahWalsh, A Prehistoric ritual sequence at Oddendale, near Shap ) ; 5 ( Colin Richardson, A collection of Roman and later finds from Kirkby Thore, ), 6 ( M A Parsons, The Woodland of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

108 Troutbeck and its exploitation to 1800 ), and 11 ( R M Newman, J A Quartermaine and P Tostevin, Survey and excavations in the Keekle Coalfield, : A study of four post-medieval Cumbrian farmhouses )] Photographs (including colour photographs), plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW2 98, 1998 : articles 1( Colin Richardson, A catalogue of recent acquisitions to Tullie House Museum and reported finds from the Cumbrian area Part I : Tullie House accessions ); 4 (D Drury, Stainmore, Cumbria : archaeological investigation on the A66 Staimore to Banks Gate road improvement scheme ); and 11 (Denise Drury, Archaeological work at the Carnaud Metal Box site, James Street, Carlisle ) and note 3 (John M Zant, An excavation at Low Crosby, Carlisle ) ; and in CW2 99, 1999 : articles 1(Colin Richardson, A catalogue of recent acquisitions to Tullie House Museim and reported finds from the Cumbrian area Part II : Reported finds ); 4 (Christine Howard-Davis and Mark Leah, Excavations at St Nicholas Yard, Carlisle, ); 6 (B C Jones, Historical development of Annetwell Street, Carlisle); 8 ( M E Burkett, Cumbrian wall paintings ); 11 (Bake Tyson, The Whitehaven Pier Saltpans and their accounts ); and 14 (Timothy Cockerill, The life of a South Cumbrian Squire : John Lewthwaite ( ) ; and note 3 (Philip Cracknell, A medieval seal-matrix from the Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle )] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

109 Diagrams, plans and colour transparencies [reproduced in CW2 100, 2000 : articles 1 (T Clare, The distribution of some archaeological sites in relation to features of Holocene coastal change ); 11 (Blake Tyson, Twenty cruck buildings at Skelsmergh, Kendal, c ) and 14 (Nick Hair and Julian Cotton, Excavations at Parton Colliery ), and note 1 ( C E Wells, A lost standing stone at Farleton Fell, Westmorland )] Photographs, colour transparencies, plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW3 1, 2001 : articles 1 ( D Walker, The dates of human impacts on the environment at Ehenside Tarn, Cumbria ); 3 (John M Zant, An excavation at Brougham Castle, also related papers); 6 (Chris Wild et al., Evidence for medieval clearance in the Seathwaite Valley, Cumbria ); 9 (Richard Smith, Samuel Murphy and Warren Allison, The lost German mines at Caldbeck ); 12 (Paul Hindle, The first large scale county maps of Cumberland and Westmorland in the 1770s ); and 15 (T M Bell and R W Rennison, The Alston branch of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway ) ]; also colour photograph of Dr Keith Horsfield (Hon. Treasurer) and Professor Geoffrey Martin (President) at Maryport, on the final day of the 12 th Pilgrimage on Hadrian s Wall, 21 August 1999, reproduced in black and white opposite the title page of CW3 1, 2001] Photographs, plans and diagrams [reproduced in CW3 2, 2002 : articles 2 (Tom Clare, Two prehistoric boundary types previously unrecorded in Cumbria ); 3 (Richard Heawood and Elizabeth Huckerby, Excavation of a burnt mound at Sparrowmire Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

110 Farm, Kendal ); 8 (Leslie W Hepple, Lord William Howard and the Naworth-Rokeby Collection of inscribed Roman stones ); 11 (Richard Heawood and Christine Howard- Davis, Two early medieval settlement sites in eastern Cumbria? ); 15 (Juliet Reeves, Recent archaeological work at Rusland Tannery, Cumbria ); 16 (Ian Moonie, Abbey Street Dissenting Meeting Carlisle c c ); 17 (Jamie Lund, A history of the Wray Castle Estate, Claife ); 18 (Timothy Cockerill, Duddon Hall and its owners )] Drawings of flint stones, Brownelson, etc., n.d. Plans of Penrith 1990 Market Hall excavations ( 2 sheets, including general plan of the area) Site location plan and photocopy of Ordnance Survey map [late 19 th century] of the area, and ground floor plan and cross section of Slater s Cotton Mill, Water St., Carlisle, n.d. Envelope ( W K Calvert donation ) containing photograph (and negative of photograph) of the foundation charter Queen Elizabeth granted to Urswick Grammar School ([1585]); map of Calder Abbey environs and precinct, n.d. [ 1953] *; photocopy of map of Keswick and area (by H.T. and E.A., July 1944); and dyeline copy of plan of Calder Abbey by H Peck and W K Calvert, 1953 *. [ * Reproduced in M C Fair, W K Calvert and H Peck, Calder Abbey, CW2 53, 1953, pp. 83 and 91] Prints of ground plan (1995) and a section [c.1995] of Newland Blast Furnace (2 sheets) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

111 Black and white photograph of, inter alia, Mr Richard Hall (General Secretary, CWAAS) and Miss Barbara Harbottle (President, CWAAS) at Sweetheart Abbey, [17 July 1993] [A very similar photograph was reproduced opposite the title page of CW2 95, 1995] Photograph of engraving of Long Sleddale Slate Quarry, Westmorland by T Allom, n.d. [?1832] Photograph of engraving of Rose Castle in 1739, annotated to note the dates of the individual towers, etc. Rough plans of excavation and observations concerning a building [? at Brougham], ( 4 sheets), n.d. [? c. 1995] and associated notes, Envelope ( Gamelands : photographs of stone circle and artefacts ) of black and white and colour photographs and some negatives, 1948, , 1968, 1984, 1988, n.d. of stone circle and artefacts, Gamelands, and of other sites and artefacts (Drigg etc.) from J & J Cherry, including Raven Gill; Williamsons Moss, Eskmeals; stone circle, Iron Hill, Oddendale; Mecklin Park; Swinside Circle; Dalegarth; Mecklin; Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

112 Ravenlass; (copies of photographs of) Boot Mill, Eskdale; Ambleside Mill; Shap Thorn; St Bees Head; and Rayseat Pike Tumulus. Roll Hearth Site Drigg. Harbottle/Cherry and McIven s drawings : Thornholme & Birker : Drigg section (JC[Cherry], RBH[Harbottle]), 1970, and plan of British- Romano (?) site at Thornholme Farm, n.d. Reproductions of eight 25 and 6 to 1 mile Ordnance Survey maps of Carlisle and surrounding area, marked up A, 1, etc.[to note land use and find spots], n.d. Librarian CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/92 Engravings of views of Cumbrian castles and the Giant s Grave :- Brougham Castle, Westmorland ( drawn..in 1774 ; Godfrey sc., 10 November 1774), at the head of a description of the castle which covers both sides of the sheet. Brougham Castle, in Westmorland (Coote sculpt., published by Alexander Hogg, 16 Paternoster Row,[London]), n.d. [1786] Dacre Castle, Cumberland (engraved by J Storer from a drawing by Sir Robert Hoare bart., for the Beauties of England and Wales ),n.d. [ 1802] Lowther Castle (view of north side),n.d. [? 1820s] 1774 [? 1820s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

113 Penrith Castle, Cumberland ( NW aspect, drawn 1774 ), I Pye, 13 April 1775; at the head of a description of the castle which covers both sides of the sheet. Penrith Castle, Cumberland (I Pye, published by S Hooper, 3 April 1784) Monumental Stones, Penrith, Cumberland [view of the Giant s Grave] ; engraved by T Higham for the Antiquarian Itinerary from a sketch by Mr Lawson Turner, published by W Clarke, New Bond St., [London], June Monumental Stones, Penrith, Cumberland [view of the Giant s Grave, also houses adjoining the churchyard and the side of St Andrew s Church] : engraving by J (?) Craig from a sketch by G Arnold for the Antiquarian Itinerary, published by W Clarke, New Bond St., [London], June CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/88 Sepia photograph of [Workington Hall] [viewed from below], n.d. [? late 19 th century], and coloured photograph of [mediaeval walls with the Roman fort, Burrow Walls], n.d. [? 1930s]. [? late 19 th century], [? 1930s] CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/91 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc. H John Blaylock, The Blaylock Clockmakers of Longtown and Carlisle : A study of this family and their clocks (spiral bound, 2010) Folder of copies of publications and photocopies of records and publications relating to the history of Tullie House, Carlisle, and to Tullie House Museum, compiled c c Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

114 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/93 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Ac. H Wardman s Walkabout 2 : The Corporation Yard (2011), a DVD produced by the Oral History section of the Marsh Street (Barrow) Arches and Gardens Project, Barrow. Colin Richardson s Slides : one black and white and fourteen captioned colour transparencies (one taken by the Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne : an aerial view of Elsdon Castle, Northumberland, n.d.) : Drumburgh (section through modern sea dyke, May 1978), Great Langdale Axe Factory site (1980), Sampson s Bratfull, Stockdale Moor (July 1981), Bronze Age gold spiral bracelet, Grey Southen (17 September 1991) aerial view of hill fort at Yeavering Bell, Northumberland, and Gate pivot stone and iron hinge rarely seen. West Cumbria (n.d.) , n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

115 Archives of the Affiliated Groups of CWAAS In 2006 new Charities legislation led to a change of name for the four Regional Groups, henceforward known as Affiliated Groups of the Society. Carlisle Affiliated Group (established in 1949) Members of the Carlisle Regional Group at the gates of Rose Castle, 25 August 1956; for a description of this photograph, with some identifications, see the description of CAC (Carlisle), DSO1/101, below. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H12969 Minutes of meetings of the Carlisle Regional Group of the CWAAS, 6 September 1949 (Inaugural Meeting) 12 April 1958 ; comprising minutes of Ordinary meetings and AGMs, also of a Committee meeting on Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

116 (prior to July 2015, held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/51 April [1957], and the MS text of the annual reports for , , and ; pasted into the volume are the duplicated typescript Summer Programme 1953 and the programme of Summer Excursions 1955 and press cuttings from The Cumberland News, 30 January 1951, n.d. [1951], and , reporting on the Group s meetings. ( 1 vol.) Programmes of the Winter session meetings of the Group, CAC(Carlisle), Regional Group excursions file, DSO1/36 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H12969 (prior to July 2015, held by Carlisle Library, ref. 1BC9) Programme Cards of the Carlisle Regional Group, CWAAS : Winter Meetings, Session , Session , and Session The Cards for Sessions and are annotated to note requirements of projector, blackboard and epidiascope. 1950, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/101 Copy of black and white group photograph of members of the Carlisle Regional Group at the gates of Rose Castle, Dalston, 25 August 1956; those pictured include (in the foreground) Mr Robert Hogg (far right), Mr C G Bulman (to the left of Mr Hogg), Miss Kate Hodgson (4 th from the right), and Mr and Mrs W R Allan and their children (far left). (Photograph published in the Cumberland Evening News, 27 August 1956; reproduced in CWAAS Newsletter, No. 76, Summer 2014, p.15.) 1956 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

117 Papers of both the Regional Group and CWAAS :- CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc.H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) Copies of Arrangements and Programme for CWAAS meetings (and a few related papers), 1964, , , , 1980, and Fliers for Carlisle Regional Group Summer Excursions 1966; and Programme cards for Carlisle Regional Group s Winter Meetings , , and , 1980, , 1970 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) CWAAS : notice of meeting with list of agenda items for AGM 1966; Programme of Events, 1971; Programmes for Spring Meetings 1 April 1967 and 27 April 1974; Programme for Field Meeting in the Lowther / Yanwath / Clifton area 18 May 1974; List of Publications obtainable from Herbert Clegg, n.d. [? c. 1970]; some agenda papers (reports of Regional Groups, etc. ) [for Council meeting c. April 1982]; and Statement of Accounts for , [c. 1982] 1984 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/39 Regional Group minutes file, including correspondence, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

118 CAC(Carlisle), File of minutes of the Group, DSO1/53 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/52 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/54 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. in 2A9) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/37 File relating to the planning and organisation of the Group s lectures, Papers concerning the planning and organisation of the Group s summer excursions, Loose papers : Carlisle Regional Group : Hon. Secretary s Report for Session 1972/73; List of CWAAS Members at year ended 30 June 1985 (duplicated typescript); agenda papers (principally notice of meeting with list of agenda items for meetings of CWAAS Council on 4 July 1968, 4 April 1970, 3 September 1970, 3 April 1971, 1 April 1972, 7 September 1972, 12 July 1973, 27 April 1974, 8 September 1977, 7 December 1979, 4 April 1981, 4 December 1981, 3 April 1982, and 6 July 1984); notice of meeting with agenda for CWAAS AGMs, , , 1973, 1982, and 1984; and CWAAS Newsletter Nos. 1 (Autumn 1983) 8 (Spring 1987). Regional Group Circulars, i.e. the Group s newsletters, etc. to members, CAC(Carlisle), Group account book, DSO1/29 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

119 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/32 CAC(Carlisle, DSO1/31 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/30 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/38 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H11579 box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H11579 box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/55 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H11579 box 2 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc.H11579 box 2 Miscellaneous correspondence received, File of membership lists of the Regional Group, c c George Richardson s file of papers (as Hon. Secretary of the Regional Group) for meetings of the Council of CWAAS, Group Secretary s file of papers as a member of the Council for British Archaeology s Regional Group 3, Carlisle Regional Group : Programme Cards for Winter meetings, Sessions to , to , and to Excursions of the Carlisle Regional Group : programmes and related correspondence, 1979, , and 1996 Papers concerning the activities of other regional Groups, Accounts / balance sheets of the Group, ([c. April 1987]), , 1996, and 1997, and a very few related papers. A little miscellaneous correspondence and papers of the Carlisle Regional Group, and c c , , [c. 1987] , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

120 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H11579 box 2 Minutes of Carlisle Regional Group Committee meetings, 7 October November 1995, and of its AGMs, 21 January January 1997, and related papers Kendal Historical & Archaeological Society (established in 1952) CAC(Kendal),in WDSO 99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 Minutes of the Committee and AGM, (with annual accounts inserted in the volume) (1 vol.) Minutes of the Committee and AGM, (with annual accounts inserted in the volume) (1 vol. ) Minutes of the Fundraising Sub-Committee, (1 vol. ) Winter Programme cards and photocopies of Programme Cards (of the Kendal branch/ Regional Group),1952/ /99; also Programme Cards of the following other groups and societies : St Andrews University Archaeological Society for Session , Holme and District Local History Society , , and , Penrith Regional Group (of CWAAS) Summer Excursions 1989 and 1990, Penrith Regional Group (of CWAAS) Winter Syllabus for and , Penrith Regional Group (of CWAAS) Programme of Events Summer 1991, and South West Regional Group (of CWAAS) Winter Meetings (folder) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

121 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal), in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal),in WDSO99/4 CAC(Kendal), WDSO99/1/1,2 Winter Programme cards, 1952/ /2000 (almost a complete set), and Programme card of Summer Outings, n.d. [? 1950s] (envelope) Alphabetical index of the names and addresses of members, n.d. [late 1950s early 1960s], and lists of names and addresses of members as at Feb. [19]95 ; also copy of list of CWAAS members names and addresses for the year ended 30 June 1983 (folder) Secretary s lecture programme correspondence, 1967, /99 (folder) General correspondence of the Secretary, arranged alphabetically A Z, (principally dating from 1983 onwards) (folder ) Secretary s general correspondence and some related papers (including copies of the newsletter of the Friends of Cumbria Archives (FOCAS) and the Draft Management Plan for Kendal Castle, 1992), (folder) CWAAS Kendal Group : Parish Register Study Sub-Group, Westmorland parish register demography survey, 1983 : correspondence, notes and aggregate of analysis, the parishes covered including Burton, Crosthwaite cum Lyth, Grayrigg, Helsington, Hugill or Ings, Kirkland (Kendal), Morland, Underbarrow, Windermere, Winster, and Witherslack [late 1950s early 1960s], 1983, , , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

122 CAC(Kendal), WDSO99/8 12 Pre-development recording unit records : photographs of Kendal (Market Place, 1990; Natland and Viver Mills, Westmorland County Hospital, Cropper Memorial Hospital, various buildings in Stamongate, Stricklandgate, Highgate, etc., Kendal, ). Typescript lists in folder; lists not available on CASCAT In addition to the above, there is :- WDSO 99/2 The Story behind Stricklandgate House : typescript of notes for a talk to the Kendal Civic Society on 10 October 1995 WDSO 99/3 Two photographs of Shakespeare Yard and Shakespeare Theatre, Highgate, Kendal, New Life Community Church as at 20 August Penrith Affiliated Group (established in 1950) See entry for Kendal Historical & Archaeological Society (in CAC(Kendal) WDSO 99/4), above, for Programme cards, etc., , South-West Cumberland Regional Group, later the South-West Cumbria History & Archaeology Society (established in 1957) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H11579, in box 2 E D Hyam, A report on Archaeological Sites in South-West Cumberland (Wasdale, October 1958) submitted to the chairman of the S-W Cumberland Regional Group Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

123 See, too, the draft constitution of the S-W Regional Group and minutes of its first meeting, 1957, amongst the papers of Miss Katherine Hodgson, described below (CAC(Carlisle): in DSO1/99). Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

124 Archives of members of CWAAS (in alphabetical order) Note : This list of the archives of members of CWAAS which are known to have been deposited with an archive centre/record office, library or museum does not claim to be exhaustive. Papers of a large number of members are to be found in the branches of the Cumbria Archive Service; the website of the Service is and here will be found the on-line catalogue, CASCAT, which makes available lists of those archives which have been listed ; it should be noted that some existing typescript lists remain to be made available on-line and that the lists of deposited archives may not reveal that they are those of persons who were CWAAS members. In the instance of the Barrow Archive Centre, consultation of CASCAT reveals that the Furness Collection (reference Z), a diverse compilation of local books and documents originally assembled by Barrow Central Library, includes correspondence and papers of local historians F Barnes, Harper Gaythorpe, J L Hobbs, W B Kendall, P V Kelly and James Melville (20 th century) who were all CWAAS members. The National Archives website, Discovery (discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk) holds more than 32 million descriptions of records held by The National Archives and more than 2,500 archives across the country (including the four branches of the Cumbria Archive Service) and searching this database for individuals is very worthwhile. Those consulting this list are invited to draw the attention of Adrian Allan to the deposits of other members records. Dr Amos Beardsley (d. 1900; member of CWAAS, ) For brief information about Dr Beardsley of Grange-over-Sands, who died on 20 November 1900, aged 78, see In Memoriam in CW2, i, 1901, p.321. CAC(Barrow), Z3365/1 Scrapbook of programmes and accounts of excursions, etc., :- Programme of excursions of CWAAS 22 & 23 August 1878 (Cockermouth); MS account of excursions attended on 22 & 23 August 1878, together with maps and diagrams, and press report; programmes of later excursions, with Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

125 MS accounts of and press reports, also some rail timetables, Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of CWAAS, and related papers (including letter from J Parkinson, Kirkby Stephen, 6 September 1883, sending photographs); also sepia photographs of Brough vicarage, church, and castle, Kirkby Stephen (from church tower looking south, etc.), Pendragon castle, and Wharton Hall, [ 1880] - [ 1883]; with alphabetical index to the volume at the back. (1 vol.) CAC(Barrow), Z3365/2 Scrap book of Programmes and Arrangements for meetings and excursions of CWAAS, together with MS accounts of excursions, press reports, railway timetables, maps and illustrations, notices to members (regarding annual subscription), and Statement of Receipts and Expenditure of CWAAS; [This vol. does not include any photographs.] (1 vol.) Mr Richard Bellhouse ( ; member of CWAAS, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Richard Bellhouse, see David J Breeze, In Memoriam : Richard Bellhouse , CW3, xiii, 2013, pp An Appreciation of Richard Bellhouse and a bibliography of his published writings ( ) can be found in R J A Wilson and I D Caruana, eds., Romans on the Solway, Essays in Honour of Richard Bellhouse (CWAAS Extra Series vol. XXXI, 2004), pp Richard Bellhouse s archive was left to the Senhouse Museum Trust with a reversionary provision that CWAAS should be responsible for determining its ultimate disposition if the Museum closed down. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

126 The following comprises a preliminary list of the contents of the 12 files of Richard Bellhouse s excavation notes, transparencies, correspondence and related papers held by the Senhouse Roman Museum, Maryport. The transparency element is being digitised while other records are being transcribed It should be noted that a prior appointment with the Museum s Manager is necessary to consult any of these records. File 1 : 1.1 Milefortlet 20 (Low Mire) 1969 and 1980; 1.2 Milefortlet 16 (Mawbray); 1.3 Milefortlet 20 Transparencies; 1.4 Milefortlet 22 (Brownrigg). File 2 (Not catalogued) : 2.1 Lectures and courses; 2.2 Letters from Sir W Aitchison; 2.3 Old Carlisle; 2.4 Ridley College lecture; 2.5 Seascale course; 2.6 North of England Soil Discussion Group. File 3 (Not catalogued): 3.1 Cumberland coast miscellaneous notes; 3.2 Cumberland coast 1954; 3.3 Roman sites on the Cumberland coast; 3.4 New schedule of coastal sites on the Cumberland coast. File 4 (Not catalogued): 4.1 Tower 16b Landscapes 1969; 4.2 Tower 21b November 1962; 4.3 Tower 12a 1966, Milefort ; 4.4 Correspondence and observations Tower 16a, 1936; 4.5 Milefortlet 17 (Dubmill Point). File 5 (Not catalogued) : 5.1 Letters from Paul Wilson; 5.2 Letters of Paul Wilson and Dr Grace Simpson; 5.3 The Fosse of the Galwegians; 5.4 Another story Fosse of the Galwegians. File 6 (Not catalogued) : 6.1 Roman kilns; 6.2 Transparencies Walls Castle and Hardknott; 6.3 Eskdale File 7 (Not catalogued) :7.1 Map Oughterside and Allerby; 7.2 Roman sites on the Cumberland coast; 7.3 Drumburgh; 7.4 Bowness-on-Solway The Vallum. File 8 (Not catalogued) : 8.1 Roman Maryport ; 8.2 Joseph Robinson of Maryport; 8.3 British Archaeological Awards 1980; 8.4 Gilgarron; 8.5 Roman (?) roads; 8.6 Transparencies Roman roads Mealsgate and Dean; 8.7 Transparencies Roman roads. File 9 (Not catalogued) : 9.1 Kirkbride April 1977; 9.3 Kirkbride 1976; 9.4 Kirkbride File 10 (Not catalogued) : 10.1 Transparencies Kirkbride 1976; 10.2 Case for a Roman road Carlisle Kirkbride; 10.3 Kirkbride 1971; 10.4 Kirkbride File 11 (Not catalogued) : 11.1 Tower 26a (Risehow) ; 11.2 Miscellaneous documents Tower 26a (Risehow); 11.3 Transparencies Tower 26a (Risehow) 1969, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

127 1981 and 1982; 11.4 Tower 26a (Risehow) 1981/82; 11.5 Risehow Tower 1982; 11.6 Holyhead Mountain File 12 (Not catalogued) : 12.1 Dowsing The lunatic fringe; 12.2 Book Seeing beneath the soil; 12.3 Book Dowsing and church archaeology; 12.4 Branthwaite Boat. Professor Eric B Birley, MBE, FBA ( ; member of CWAAS, ; chairman of Council, ; editor of Transactions, ; President, ; Honorary Member, ) There is an entry by Alan K Bowman for Professor Birley in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (which cites his correspondence with O G S Crawford, held by the Bodleian Library, Oxford). See, too, Brian Dobson s biographical memoir, Eric Barff Birley , in Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 97, pp (with photographic portrait opposite p. 215). Professor Rosemary Cramp s obituary of Eric Birley was published in CW2, xcvi, 1996, pp See too, Richard Bellhouse, To Boldy Go...The Last Frontier on Solway : Eric Birley and Michael Jarrett (duplicated typescript, CWAAS, n.d. [1996]). Revd J Lowther Bouch and Canon C M Lowther Bouch Revd J Lowther Bouch (d. 1942, aged 70 years; member of CWAAS, ) and Canon C M Lowther Bouch ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Joint Editor of Transactions, ; President, ) There is an entry for the Revd John Lowther Bouch in the In Memoriam section of CW2, xliii, 1943, p.214. For a tribute to the life and work of Canon C M Lowther Bouch, see the In Memoriam contributed by E.B. [Eric Birley] to CW2,lix, 1960, pp See, too, the entry for the Revd John Lowther Bouch and Canon Lowther Bouch in C Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey, Cumberland Families and Heraldry, CWAAS, 1978, p.32. Kendal Archive Centre holds the personal papers of Canon Bouch (letters of ordination, etc., ), ref. WDX 452; and Carlisle Archive Centre s holdings of the records of the Lowther Bouch family of Great Orton, reference DX 1256, include the research material of both the Revd John Lowther Bouch and Canon C M Lowther Bouch; lists of WDX 452 and DX 1256 can be accessed on CASCAT. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

128 DX1256/10 comprises a notebook describing the history and architecture of churches in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands, n.d; DX 1256/19, Research letters, , include letters from Brigadier Kaye, 1957, and Kate Hodgson [1957], and letters, etc. to Canon Bouch as President of CWAAS, ; DX1256/20 comprises letters from Mary Fair, with draft articles etc. for comment concerning local history, folklore, archaeology, ; DX1256/23 comprises emergency typescript editions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, June July 1959, including an obituary of Canon Bouch; and DX1256/17, a research file, , includes notes on Border and Cumbrian history, a colleague s assessment of Canon Rawnsley, Chancellor Prescott, and Bishops Harvey Goodwin and Diggle, and in preparing Canon Bouch s Prelates and People of the Lake Counties, A History of the Diocese of Carlisle (1948) for publication. Mr Henry Brierley ( ; Member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Mr Brierley, see the In Memoriam entry in CW2, xxxiv, 1934, pp Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre holds the following two folders of Mr Harper Gaythorpe s correspondence with Mr Brierley (principally the letters and postcards the latter wrote to Mr Gaythorpe) :- Z Correspondence, The subjects of the correspondence comprise Mr Gaythorpe s membership of the Lancashire Parish Register Society; Dalton and Dalton parish registers; the register of Owens College students (being compiled by Mr Brierley); the Barrow Naturalists Report; Crank [near St Helens]; and Torver. Z Letters and postcards from Mr Brierley to Mr Gaythorpe, The subjects comprise the derivation of names; Aldingham [parish] register; persons named Crank / Cranke; Dalton Registers; Church Congress Guide; photographs of St Barnabas, Dalton and Holy Innocents, Broughton; and Mr Gaythorpe s membership of Lancashire Parish Register Society. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

129 Mr Michael J H Bunney (d. 1997, aged 90 years; a member of the Society originally from 1932, in 1972 he was co-opted on to the Society Council as its Correspondent for Buildings of Architectural and Historical Interest) For an obituary of Mr Bunney contributed by R.H. [Richard Hall], see the Society s Newsletter, No. 27, Autumn 1997, p. 10. The following files relating to listed buildings applications investigated and reported upon by Mr Bunney, with the dates of first representations, are held by the Carlisle Archive Centre, ref. DSO1/20/ (Note : the list does not include files numbered 36, 43, 59, 90 1, 94 5, 97, and 104.) 1. Mansion House, Eamont Bridge, Croft Hotel, Clappersgate, Ambleside, Crag Brow Cottage, Bowness-on- Windermere, Eden House, Kirkby Stephen, Black Bull public house, Cockermouth, The Lane Cottage, Newbiggin-on-Lune, The Old Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, The Vicarage, Kirkby Lonsdale, The Old School, Dufton, 1973 (see, too, 74 below) Market Place, Kendal, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

130 Scotch Street, Carlisle, Red Lion Hotel, Carlisle, Market Place, Cockermouth, Etterby Scaur, Carlisle, Suttle House, Carlisle, Roehead, Pooley Bridge, Mr Tinnion s Top Yard, Ullock, Lowther Street, Whitehaven, Smardale Hall, Kirkby Stephen, The Station, Claife, Far Sawrey, Lupton Mill, Lupton, St George s Vicarage, Barrow-in- Furness, The Rectory, Great Asby, The Castle, Appleby, Queen Street and Roper Street, Whitehaven, Bowness House farm, Bowness-on- Solway, Fountain Street, Ulverston, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

131 Market Street, Flookburgh, Barn, Cark Hall, Cark-in-Cartmel, Long Barn, Moorhouse farm, Carlisle, Roehead, Pooley Bridge, 1974 (see, too, 16 above) 32. The Rectory, Great Asby, 1974 (see, too, 23 above) Longburgh farm, Burgh-by-Sands, City Centre Development, Carlisle, , 81 and 83 Main Street, Cockermouth, Heane Lodge, Kendal, Brackenhow farm, Carlisle, Globe Hotel, Whitehaven, St Cuthbert s church, Carlisle, Devonshire Street, Penrith, Kirklinton Hall, Wharton Hall, Kirkby Stephen, Allerdale District Council Headquarters, 1974 (see, too, 58 below) 1974 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

132 46. Temple Sowerby House, Roper Street, Penrith, National Westminster Bank, Stricklandgate, Kendal, Grove Cottage, Papcastle, Miscellaneous, n.d. n.d. 51. Kirkandrews-on-Eden and Beaumont, Conversion of farm building, Pardshaw Hall, Seaton Hall, Bootle, Orrest Head House, Windermere, The Old Hall, Brough, Stable Block, Lowther, Stobars Hall Lodge, Kirkby Stephen, Netherhall, Maryport, 1975 (see, too, 45 above) 60. Development near Holm Cultram Abbey, Market Place, Cockermouth, Greenhill Hotel, Red Dial, Wigton, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

133 Abbey Street, Carlisle, Drumburgh Castle, High Head House chapel, Ivegill, Development of Dalemain House estate, Old Manor House, Skelwith Fold, Ambleside, Gas showroom, Castle Street, Carlisle, Conishead Priory, Ulverston, Market Street, Ulverston, Dalston Hall Hotel, Fisher Street, Carlisle, Acorn Bank, Temple Sowerby, The Old School House, Dufton, 1976 (see, too, 9 above) and 27 Spencer Street, Carlisle, Foxhouses Street, Whitehaven, Waitby farmhouse, Old bobbin mill, Appleby, Low Farm, Lindale-in-Furness, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

134 80. Castle Street, St Mary s Gate and Fisher Street, Carlisle, Charlotte Mason College, Ambleside, Main Street, Cockermouth, Railway Station, Ulverston, Newbiggin Hall, Carleton, Carlisle, Moor Crag, Windermere, Barn at Gosforth Hall Hotel, Trustee Savings Bank, Finkle Street, Kendal, Old Co-op building, Chapel Street, Dalton-in-Furness, 1976 (see, too, 50 above) Rook Howe, Kentmere, Firbank, Kirkby Lonsdale, Lyulph s Tower, Ullswater, Cathedral Choir School (former Grammar School), Carlisle, College Street, Whitehaven, St Michael s church, Bongate, Appleby, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

135 100. The Shambles, Kirkby Stephen, Brougham Hall, Holy Trinity church, Ulverston, Hill Top, Lightburn Road, Ulverston, Higham School, Setmurthy, Duke Street / Stricklandgate development, Penrith, and 10 Church Street, Whitehaven, Blackwell School, Bowness, Rock Store, Inner Harbour, Whitehaven, a Roper Street, Whitehaven, Ladstock Hotel, Thornthwaite, , 79 and 81 Scotch Street and 1 English Street, Carlisle, New library, Penrith, St Mary s church extension, Dalton-in- Furness, Co-operative store, Whitehaven, Scotch, Lowther and Catherine Streets development, Whitehaven, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

136 117.Primary School / Day Centre, Catherine Street, Whitehaven, White House farm development, Kirkby Stephen, Barrock Park, Low Hesket, The following folders of Mr Bunney relating to listed buildings and conservation areas in the following local government districts were also deposited with Carlisle Archive Centre: DSO 1/21 Allerdale, , n.d , n.d. DSO 1/22 Barrow, 1972, 1976, n.d. 1972, 1976, n.d. DSO 1/23 DSO 1/24 Carlisle, including Brampton Advisory plan, , n.d. Copeland, including village and district plans for Beckermet, Seascale, Egremont, and St Bees, 1976, 1984, n.d , n.d. 1976, 1984, n.d. DSO 1/25 Eden, 1960s 1970s, n.d. 1960s 1970s, n.d. DSO 1/26 South Lakeland and Lake District Special Planning Board areas, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

137 Miss Mary N Burgess ( ; member of CWAAS, ) There are obituaries of Mary Burgess in The Cumberland News, 21 November 1997, and the Newsletter of CWAAS, No. 28, Spring 1998, p.8. The Carlisle Archive Centre holds papers of Mary Burgess, reference DX1576 ; a list of most of these papers is available on CASCAT. The correspondence element of Mary Burgess s papers mainly relates to local history and local matters and refers to or is intended for her Solway II column in The Cumberland News. These letters include two from Mr C Roy Hudleston, Durham, (Editor of Transactions) to Mr (later Sir) John Burgess (Miss Burgess s brother, editor in chief of Cumberland Newspapers Ltd.), one of 18 November 1969 seeking publicity for the 1969 number of Transactions (and making particular reference to W A J Prevost s paper, An inquest on the death of William Armstrong of Sorbietrees ), the other, of 6 April 1974, contributing an account of the descent of the late Richard Crossman (d. 1974) and his first wife, Inezita (d. 1952), from the Wilsons of Kendal and from the Nansons of Carlisle respectively, with a view to publication in [The Cumberland News]. Miss Mary E Burkett, OBE ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Patron, ) Professor Dame Rosemary Cramp contributed an In Memoriam obituary of and tribute to Mary Burkett to the Society s Transactions, Third Series, Vol. 15, 2015, pp On the occasion of the service to celebrate Mary Burkett s life, held at Carlisle Cathedral on 6 February 2015, copies of an illustrated booklet, Mary Elizabeth Burkett OBE : Memories and Tributes, edited by Mark Phythian-Adams, were distributed to those attending the service; this booklet includes the tribute which Lady Inglewood delivered at Mary Burkett s funeral, the tribute which Lord Bragg delivered in the Cathedral, and the obituary which The Times published on 25 November In March 2016, Carlisle Archive Centre received the deposit of a large quantity of Mary Burkett s papers, reference Accession H13333; currently occupying 108 archive storage boxes, it will clearly be some time before these papers can be sorted and listed. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

138 Revd W Slater Calverley ( ; member of CWAAS, ) For tributes to the life and work of Revd Calverley, who was latterly, , Vicar of Aspatria, see In Memoriam in CW1 xv, 1899, frontispiece (photograph of Revd Calverley) and pp ; W G Collingwood, editor, William Slater Calverley, Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses, Shrines and Monuments in the Present Diocese of Carlisle (CWAAS, Extra Series, vol. xi, 1899), W G Collingwood s Preface including a biography of Revd Calverley, a chronological list of his published papers, , and references to his other papers for the Archaeological Institute and the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, his articles in various newspapers, etc; and Matthew Townend, The Vikings and Victorian Lakeland : the Norse medievalism of W G Collingwood and his contemporaries (CWAAS, Extra Series, vol. 34, 2009, especially pp and ). Carlisle Library s Local Studies section holds the following papers of Revd Calverley :- Reference Description Covering Years CL, A.908 Album of photographs of crosses by William Slater Calverley (received by Tullie House Library, Carlisle, 24 May 1930), comprising : - Drawing of Cross at Castledermot Co Kildare, n.d., Followed by a series of sepia photographs of cross shafts, hogbacks, etc., pasted on to the pages, the only captioned photographs being of the following : - (Photograph of) Cast of memorial stone erected at Fellinge in Jutland over the grave of Gorm the old & Thyra Danebrod d. about 940. Harold put up this stone to Gorm his father and Thyra his mother that same Harold who won for himself (Denmark & Norway (sic) and had the people Christened. Sent to Miss Kuper by Count Moltke Lent to W S Calverley by Miss Kuper in. wide by 6 ½ in. high x3 ½ in. thick For similar animal see Archaeological Journal No. 166, 1885, p , n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

139 Red sandstone Plumbland Drawn Nov See other Photo. of same Fragment Red sandstone Plumbland Drawn Nov ½ ft x 1 ½ ft. x 14 in. thick at base Red sandstone Plumbland Drawn Nov ft. 5 in. x 1 ft. 6 in. x 14 in. at base thick [Three drawings of the above three hogbacks are reproduced on one plate opposite p. 253 of Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses, Shrines and Monuments in the present Diocese of Carlisle, 1899.] North doorway St Michael s church Bongate, Old Appleby. Saxon coped body-stone used as lintel by Norman builders. Soft red sandstone, quarry of similar grit close by. Cross Canonby 6 ft x 2 ft 10 in. Formerly on Wall of old chyd. below gateway and under Yew tree. Rubbed Aug Drawn Nov Photographed Aug by W L Fletcher. / Red sandstone moss covered lichens [Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses..reproduces a drawing of both of the hogbacks] Press cutting Some Cumberland Villages : XXVIII Crosscanonby (by W S Calverley) taken from the Express and Examiner,12 March 1887 Workington S. Michael Drawn for Transactions Cumb & W Socy. Nov found by W L Fletcher photd. by W L Fletcher [A drawing of the photograph is reproduced on p.277 of Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses...] Two press cuttings, Workington Old Parish Church : Interesting Discovery C.[Carlisle] Patriot, 11 March 1887, and Pre-Norman Stones at Workington and Cross Canonby [? Carlisle Patriot], 8 July [? 1887] Photographs of the exterior of an unidentified church and of its [south] porch. Photograph of a group of three bearded gentlemen [? including Revd Calverley] and two ladies examining a hog back [ does not appear to be illustrated in Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses...] (The album contains a total of 49 photographs) CL, A.917 A volume on whose cover is a typescript description Calverley, William Slater The Sculptured Cross at Gosforth, Cumberland with notes , 1895 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

140 illus., into which are pasted the following (with some associated MS notes interspersed):- Cutting from The Saturday Review, 3 December 1887, pp (includes Ancient Crosses of Dartmoor, an anonymous review of William Crossing s The Ancient Crosses of Dartmoor ) Cutting from The Saturday Review, 26 November 1887, pp (includes an anonymous review of J Romilly Allen, Early Christian Symbolism in Great Britain and Ireland) Cuttings from the Spectator, 23 March 1895 (concerning dragons) Copy of George Stephens and W S Calverley s article in CW 1 vi, 1883, pp , on Sculptured Runic Grave-Block at Dearham, W. Cumberland, date about A.D Print of engraving of Gosforth Crosses, 1882 Copy of W S Calverley s article in CW1 vi, 1883, pp , on The Sculptured Cross at Gosforth, West Cumberland, interleaved with [his] MS notes providing further references. Copy of Charles A Parker, Notes on Gosforth Cross and Churchyard, and on Sculptural Fragments there [CW1 vi, 1883], pp Title page of Memoires de la Societe Royale des Antiquaires du Nord, New Series, Copenhagen, 1884, inscribed to W S Calverley with thanks and greetings from the author, followed by pp. 1 55, of which pp.1 43 comprises `Prof. Dr George Stephens, Prof. S Bugge s Studies on Northern Mythology (including on the fragment of the cross at Brigham and on the Gosforth cross) pp of W S Calverley s article on Early Sculptured Cross Shaft at Dearham Church, Cumberland [CW1,vii, 1884] Letter from Frederic R Sewell, Brandlingill, Cockermouth, 7 July 1884, to Mr Calverley, stating that he wishes to see the St Kenet cross put together but must be clear of all liability for the restoration of the church first. [Colonel Frederic R Sewell ( ) was a member of CWAAS, , latterly serving as a Vice-President.] Press cuttings : The Hibbert Lecture (by Professor Rhys, on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathenism) noted as given to Mr Calverley ( for Mr Calverley ), n.d; and Monumental evidences of Christianity in Cumberland W[est] C[Cumberland] Times, 4 September Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

141 Letter from J Holme Nicholson, Carill Drive, Fallowfield, Manchester, 13 August 1886, to Revd W S Calverley, seeking a copy of his paper on the Gosforth Cross in CW1 vi to give to Mr J E Worsley, FSA, of Winwick; and concerning the fragment of the cross found in Winwick churchyard and on Winwick s traditional association with St Oswald, its church and the cross fragment. Page from the Carlisle Diocesan News (p.8, the rest of the page being obscured) including an article on Crosthwaite and the bishop of Carlisle s consecration on Thursday 19 March of additional burial ground and reference to St Kentigern s cross, n.d. [? 1885] CL, A.947 Packet of photographs of crosses etc., containing 6 hard backed photographs, 2 tracings, 41 photographs, 9 pen drawings, 32 [modern, numbered] copy negatives of Calverley photographs. All the images, photographs and sketches have been digitized and included on the Cumbria Image Bank (cumbriaimagebank.co.uk). The reference numbers for each image have been written on the reverse. Where possible the images have been identified using The Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture and Revd. Calverley s Early sculptured crosses, shrines and monuments in the Diocese of Carlisle, CWAAS, Fiona Wooler Feb with additional notes by Stephen White [Carlisle Library], April The packet includes a letter from Axel Poignant Photography, London, 7 September 1968, to Mr [Kenneth] Smith, Librarian, Tullie House, stating that they enclose the Calverley papers A.947, A.908 and A.917 that he lent Roslyn Poignant and stating that also encloses a duplicate set of negatives taken by Mr Poignant and (attached) a typed identification list of some of the photographs in the Calverley papers (the numbers referring to the negatives of the copy photographs taken by Mr Axel Poignant) and noting that a duplicate set of 32 negatives has been supplied, numbered 1 34; also notes that some of the old photographs were not re-photographed because they had already faded too much and a number of others duplicate the subject matter so they were not done; and notes that the identifications were made against the illustrations in Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses... CWAAS, The original photographs are principally black and white, with a few sepia; on the reverse of a very few is the name of the place in question. A number of the photographs (including those few which include persons - of the Giant s Grave, St Andrew s churchyard, Penrith, of an unidentified church and churchyard, and of probably a Cheshire or Lancaster cross ) are not reproduced in Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses n.d. [? 1880s], 1968, 2003, 2007 CL, A.948 Two exercise books :- 1894, 1898 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

142 Aesica 1894, comprising pp. [239] 248 of the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, vol. vi, no. 29, 1894 (including an illustrated account of collection of objects discovered at Aesica (Great Chesters), being exhibited by the Roman Wall Excavation Committee, per Mr Hodgkin, at a meeting on 26 September 1894) (with some MS corrections and related notes [? by Mr Calverley]). Also (loose) letter from R (Robert) Blair, Joint Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, South Shields, 30 October 1894, to Revd W S Calverley, Aspatria Vicarage, promising to send him an impression of the gem in question ; refers to his recent visit to [Chancellor] Ferguson at Carlisle; and says that he sends him a number of proofs with full and final notes on the Aesica things and some Haverfield notes. Exercise book of MS notes quotation concerning Bronze Age urn in Antiquary, February 1898; notes on emblems of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Adam; reference to the article on the Chantry of St Alban in Carlisle in CW 1 vii; notes on bells ( Pt I Vol.VI p.83 [CW 1 vi] and on Vol.VII p.237 [CW1 vii]) neither of these papers being by Revd. Calverley. Loose in the book : a sheet [? second page] of MS notes on the descent of the Trevelyan family (especially in the 17th and 18th centuries, including Sir John Trevelyan, in 1777 MP for Newcastle upon Tyne, his son being Walter Calverley Trevelyan) and on the Calverley family (especially in the 17th century, but also quoting from Domesday Book, medieval deeds, etc. and making reference to Sir Walter Calverley, bart., in the mid 18th century, and Calverley church, endowed c by one of the family). CL, A.949 MS (5 sheets) of The Barbon Cross by Revd W S Calverley, Vicar of Dearham, read at Caldbeck, 22 August 1883, Art. XXIV ; quotes from the paper by Thomas Astle in The Archaeologia, vol, xiii (read 11 January 1798), and from papers in CW 1, including papers by Mr Calverley. [Page 5] comprises a MS Note to the Casterton or Barbon Cross by Revd T Lees, quoting from Baring Gould s Lives of the Saints concerning St Samson chiseling a cross on a standing granite block in Brittany having denounced a crowd of Britons for idolatry, dancing around an upright granite stone ( this page being pasted on to a printed sheet of the Carlisle Scientific Society & Field Naturalist Club Treasurer s Account, with headings of Receipts 1878 and Expenditure 1878). Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses (1899), pp , concerning Casterton. The So-called Barbon Cross, includes the reference : As to the intention of the carving, it was thought at one time, - and Mr Calverley acquiesced in the theory so far as to read a paper (which was not published) on that view, - that the stone was first rudely hacked into the semblance of a heathen symbol, and afterwards sanctified by the carving of a cross to obliterate the pagan device, noting that careful examination shows, however, that all the carving visible on the stone has been done at one time and with one intention Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

143 CL, A.950 CL, A.961 MS corrected text [in the neat handwriting of Mr Calverley] on the Early Saints of Cumberland, paginated I XII, n.d., with pencil notes and queries [to help revise the text] on the reverse of most of the sheets. Volume comprising (a) transcript [in a hand different from that of A.949] Copied from a certified office copy fo. 21b Inter Recorda in Thesaurio Curiae Receptae Scaccarii adservata vizt. in libro vocato Black Book of the Forest continetur ut sequitur ;(b) Ynglewood Peramulae Foreste de Westwarde (transcript of the Latin text of the perambulation of the forest, followed by a record of claims by individuals to rights etc. in the forest); (c) note that there is a Parliamentary Survey of the Forest of Inglewood and the Honor of Penrith with the rights etc., July 1650, 35 leaves, in the [Public] Record Office, Augmentation Department [London]; (d) alphabetical Index to Testa de Nevill sive Liber Feodurm in Curia Scaccarii temp. Henry III & Edward II so far as relates to Cumberland, published in folio, 1807 ; and (e) English text (translation from the Latin) of Survey of the Forest of Westward the original of which (in Latin) is in Cockermouth Castle (text commences as [at] the Court of Superview of Henry Percy, knight, Earl of Northumberland, Lord of the Honor of Cockermouth and Petworth, etc., held on 14 April 20 Elizabeth [1578]). n.d. n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

144 Mr William K Calvert (d ; member of CWAAS, ) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/87 A few papers, comprising copies of ground plans of Calder Abbey and of part of the church, chapter house and cloister, n.d; flier for Lakeland s Special Attraction : The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway [1967]; postcard photograph of Narrow Gauge Railway, Eskdale (showing passengers on the train), n.d. [? 1950s]; map of the area centred on Furness Fells (from Grasmere in the north to Morecambe Bay in the south), n.d. [? 1940s] (coloured by hand -? to show different geological areas); copy (by Mr Calvert) of map of Low Furness area to show solid geology, n.d [? 1950s]; letter from J (?) F Butler, Barrow-in-Furness, to Bill [Calvert] about the Silurian rocks of Furness, 24 April 1950; photograph of medieval bronze kettle in Whitehaven Museum (photograph by Miss Mary C Fair); and copy of Plan of the Village of Barrow in the parish of Dalton-in-Furness, 1843 (from the Annual Report, Proceedings, etc. of Barrow Naturalists Field Club, Vol. XVII), n.d. [? 1930s]. [? 1930s] 1967, n.d. Miss Dorothy Charlesworth ( ; member of CWAAS, ; President, ) Dr D B Harden s tribute to Miss Charlesworth was published in the Journal of Glass Studies, The CWAAS Newsletter No. 63, Spring 2010, pp. 6 7, includes Professor David Shotter s short tribute to the life and work of Dorothy Charlesworth and his report on the 2009 Dorothy Charlesworth Memorial Lecture delivered by Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

145 Professor Jennifer Price which also paid tribute to Miss Charlesworth s major contribution to the study of Roman glass. Besides the entry below, see, too the correspondence of Clare Fell concerning Miss Charlesworth, , held by Kendal Archive Centre (ref. WDSO 99/7) described below, under the heading of the papers of Clare Fell. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Acc. H colour transparencies of Pilgrimage of Hadrian s Wall, 1979, taken by Miss Charlesworth; not captioned as to place, etc Mr James Cherry and Mrs Joyce Cherry Mr James Cherry ( ; member of CWAAS, ; President, ) and Mrs Joyce Cherry ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Hon. General Secretary, ) Obituaries of James (Jim) Cherry and of his wife, Joyce, were published in CW3, viii (2008), pp , and ix (2009), pp respectively. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H12261 Colour (and a few black and white) transparencies of sites, excavations, artefacts, diagrams, maps and drawings, principally in 26 small plastic boxes individually labelled (Limestone Pot; Sites at Silecroft, Drigg, Eskmeals, Gutterby plus W. Cumbrian Funerary Remains; Arrowheads (Drigg and Eskmeals); Grassington; Coast; Uplands; Flint Tools : Microliths; Iron; Axes; The Story of the Bow; Clay Pipes; Orkneys; Neolithic Revolution; St Bees Area and Black Flint Field; Limestone Uplands : Views; Eskdale : Potash Kilns, Peat Huts, etc.), n.d. [? 1950s], n.d. [? 1950s], , 2006 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

146 ; also CD and DVD discs of Index to CWAAS Transactions (to 2006). CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 :in Acc. H10002 CD of J Cherry Slides with colour printouts of thumbnail prints of these transparencies (each individually captioned, 533 in all, in sections : arrowheads, querns, sites, excavations, standing stones, coins, etc., also including Oddendale Book launch [Mr and Mrs Cherry]) with covering letter from Mr Peter J Cherry to Mr Ian Caruana, 7 October Professor R G Collingwood ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Editor of Transactions, ; President, ; Honorary Member, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Professor Collingwood (including a list of his principal contributions to CW2 ), see In Memoriam in CW 2 xliii, 1943, pp There is an entry for Professor Collingwood by Stefan Collini and Bernard Williams in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (which under the heading of archives, cites sources at the Ashmolean Museum and the Bodleian Library, Oxford). See, in particular, David Boucher and Teresa Smith, editors, R G Collingwood : An Autobiography and other writings (Oxford University Press, 2013). This substantial volume, which presents a many-faceted view of R G Collingwood, comprises the editors Introduction : The Biography of An Autobiography ; a reprint of An Autobiography (published in 1939), followed by a series of Commentaries (which include Teresa Smith, R. G. Collingwood s Childhood : Habits of Thought and Tony Birley, Collingwood as Archaeologist and Historian ); the text of the previously unpublished log of R G Collingwood s journey in the East Indies in , accompanied by an Introduction by Wendy James and followed by her essay A Philosopher s Journey : Collingwood in the East Indies ; and the text of R G Collingwood s letter written from Bali to his sister, Barbara Gnosspelius, 23 December Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

147 Reference should also be made to (a) David Boucher, editor, Collingwood Studies Volume One 1994 : The Life and Thought of R G Collingwood (R G Collingwood Society, Swansea, 1994) which includes Stein Helgeby, Further Resources for Collingwood Researchers (identifying sources principally amongst the archives of Oxford University Press, the Ashmolean Library, Pembroke College, Oxford, Magdalen College, Oxford, the Macmillan Archives held by the British Library, and the private collection of Dr Grace Simpson which she made available to the Bodleian Library; and (b) David Boucher and Bruce Haddock, editors, Collingwood Studies Volume Two 1995 (R G Collingwood Society, Swansea, 1995) which includes Stein Helgeby and Grace Simpson, King Arthur s Round Table and Collingwood s Archaeology. Mrs Teresa Smith (daughter of R G Collingwood) contributed a short, illustrated article on her father to CWAAS Newsletter, No.75, Spring 2014, p. 13. See, too, the entry for W G Collingwood (below), which makes reference to the extensive Collingwood Collection (including correspondence and other papers of R G Collingwood) held by Special Collections and Archives, Cardiff University Library. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 :Acc. H7681 MS diagrams / illustrations for reports on excavation of Ambleside Roman fort (and related notes, including details of wages [paid]) and on Papcastle Roman station (including plan of Part of the Roman Station at Papcastle ), and page proofs of paper on Ambleside Roman fort, , n.d ; Ordnance Survey maps of Hexham, Burgh-by- Sands, Port Carlisle, Bowness, Drumburgh, Kirkandrews on Eden, Corstopitum (Corbridge), etc. areas, ; Carvoran-related papers (MS plan of Carvoran, Bremenium, Habitancum, etc., Northumberland, and offprint of R P Wright s paper in Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries on Newcastle upon Tyne, May 1941); Corbridge Excavation Fund balance sheet and lists of donations and subscriptions, [1914]; notes taken from secondary sources, also oral evidence of Herbert Bell, Ambleside, 1795, , , 1941, n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

148 etc., communicated by [W G Collingwood], re Ambleside fort; reproduction of MS map of Celtia, 1898, drawn (not by RGC) for the Provisional Committee of the Pan-Celtic Congress, Dublin, 1900 (not drawn by RGC); copy of A Map of the Northern Part of France with the adjacent Netherlands, etc. (W Faden, London,1795); and a few miscellaneous papers (? principally dating from , including MS Rules of Pembroke College Phil. Society, n.d.) and three drawings (including a? meeting of academics around a table, n.d., and a watercolour by RGC of three young women, 1911.) The Bodleian Library, Oxford, holds papers of Professor Collingwood. The following list is, with due acknowledgements, drawn from Ruth A Burchnall s typescript Catalogue of the papers of Robin George Collingwood ( ) (Dep. Collingwood 1 29), 1994 :- 10. Archaeology and Roman History Various papers, lectures, notes and reviews comprising: 23/1 Notes for the Extension Lectures (1921) on which Roman Britain was based. 30 leaves. 23/2 Report of a paper on Roman Lancaster read by Collingwood to the CWAAS on 31 August 1922 [ Published in CWAAS Transactions vol. 23, 1923, pp ] 3 leaves Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

149 23/3 Roman Frontiers a lecture delivered before the Newcastle Literary and Philosophical Society, Oct i + 25 leaves 23/4 Roman Inscriptions, a lecture given in August 1923 to the Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching [see The Classical Review Vol. 37, 1923, p.145.] 4 leaves 23/5 The Romans on the Wall for Yorkshire Post..., 23 August 1923; written on the reverse of pp. 30, 34-6 of a manuscript concerning the conflicting claims of art, religion and science as various forms of experience. 4 leaves 23/6 Britain and the Roman Empire [published in F S Marvin, ed., England and the World (1925), chapter II, pp ], with covering letter from Angus Graham to Teresa Smith (Professor Collingwood s daughter), leaves 23/7 The Roman Wall address to the English Historical Association at Newcastle, January 9, leaves 23/8 The Vallum Crossings...An excerpt from a paper on Ten Years Work on Hadrian s Wall, , to be published in Cumb.& West. A. & A.S. Trans. N.S. xxxi : to be read at Kendal, April 22, leaves 23/9 The State of Britain at the time of the Anglo-Saxon Settlements contribution to a , Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

150 discussion at a meeting of the Archaeological Institute, 1 February i + 16 leaves 23/10 Review of Sir George Macdonald, The Roman Wall in Scotland (2 nd ed., 1934) [published in the Journal of Roman Studies vol. 26, 1936, pp. 80 6]. 23 leaves 23/11 The Bewcastle Cross, a paper read at the site on 19 June 1934 and published, in slightly amended form, in CWAAS Transactions vol. 35, 1935, pp leaves 23/12 The Truth about the Vallum by INFELIX, November leaves 23/13 Pages of the manuscript draft of R G Collingwood and J N L Myres, Roman Britain and the English Settlements (1936), corresponding to pp of the printed edition. 10 leaves 23/14 Incomplete manuscript (pp only) on fifth-century Roman Britain, possibly part of Roman Britain from Constantine III to Arthur, a paper read to the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies on 11 February 1936 [see the Journal of Roman Studies, vol. 26, 1936, p. 302]. 15 leaves 23/15 Who was King Arthur? (paper to the Martlets, Univ. Coll. Oxon., June 1936). 15 leaves 23/16 Mayborough & King Arthur s Round Table, a paper read 8 July leaves Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

151 23/17 King Arthur s Round Table : 1937, a report of excavations carried out by R G Collingwood. 4 leaves 23/18 Ground plan of King Arthur s Round Table leaf, tracing paper 23/19 The Roman Tombstone at Fordington, n.d. 3 leaves 23/20 Evidences of W. Saxons along historical route : Salisbury cemetery, Mildenhall. Odd burials Dorset. Rough notes, n.d. 1 leaf n.d. n.d. 23/21 Notes on Hambledon..., n.d. 2 leaves n.d. 23/22 C[umberland] & W[estmorland] Prehistory, Cartmel 1935, a notebook containing information recorded at site surveys. i + 90 leaves, blank 23/23 Round Table 1937, a notebook recording excavations at King Arthur s Round Table, Eamont Bridge, Westmorland, July I + 88 leaves, blank /24 Round Table Notebook 2. Parallel sites & illustrative material. Ii + 96 leaves, 35 46, 49 57, blank 23/25 Notebook containing undated notes on 1. Dr. Hugh Todd s MS. at St. Edmund Hall. 2. Brondsted s Early English Ornament. I + 89 leaves, blank 23/26 C[umberland] & W[estmorland] Brit[ish] Sett[lement]s, a booklet containing drawings n.d. n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

152 and sketches of sites, n.d. i + 30 leaves, blank The 13 other sections of the Catalogue cover other subjects, including Philosophy of Religion, Theology and Christian Ethics, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of History and Historiography, Folklore, Political and Economic Philosophy, and Copies of Collingwood s Correspondence and Papers. Mr W G Collingwood ( ; member of CWAAS, ; editor of Transactions, ; President, ) For a tribute to the life and work of W G Collingwood, see In Memoriam in CW2, xxxiii, 1933, pp There is an entry for W G Collingwood by James S Dearden in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (which, under the heading of archives, cites sources at the Kendal Archive [Centre], the Armitt Library, the Bodleian Library, Oxford, etc.) Besides its large collection of over 400 paintings (mostly watercolours) by W G Collingwood, the Lakeland Arts Trust collection at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, includes a substantial quantity of archives relating to W G Collingwood and his family; these archives include diaries (dating from and ), numerous letters, notebooks, lecture notes, photographic slides, sketchbooks, and many of his books; also included are notes on the early sculture crosses, shrines, and monuments of the diocese of Carlisle by the Revd W S Calverley (who contributed papers on the subject to CWAAS s Transactions). The archive is currently being recatalogued; once completed, details can be provided upon contacting Abbot Hall. It should be noted that it is necessary to make a prior appointment to view any works, etc. not on display at the time. Over a period of many years, Miss Janet B Gnosspelius ( ), a member of CWAAS, , assembled a very large collection of the manuscripts, correspondence, books, paintings and sketches, photographs, working maps, etc., of her grandfather, W G Collingwood, with a view to writing his biography; she also conducted much correspondence about the careers of W G Collingwood and other family members. These papers, as also other of the papers of the Collingwood and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

153 Gnosspelius families which she had assembled, she bequeathed to the Collingwood Society which in 2014 deposited them with Special Collections and Archives, Cardiff University Library. At present, there is a box list of this rich and very extensive deposit (37 boxes); it is hoped to be able to obtain funding to provide item access to the correspondence element at the very least. The correspondence includes that of W G Collingwood with Ruskin, with his wife, and with his son, R G Collingwood. (There is a short obituary of Janet Gnosspelius in CWAAS Newsletter, No.65, Autumn 2010, p.16.) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/98 Letter from W G Collingwood to Canon [Arthur G ] Loftie, [? Grasmere], 19 December 1916, stating that he would like the [CWAAS] to go through Grasmere way again but noting that it was not long since that trip was taken and that there were so many at a Society meeting to whom a real walk was impossible; suggests that he (Canon Loftie) undertakes the digging of the Rydal monticule with the assistance of the Ambleside fort diggers CAC(Kendal), WDSO99/6 Letter from W G Collingwood, Lanehead, Coniston, 8 October 1925, to Miss Talbot- Wilson, thanking her for a 1 cheque from Mrs Talbot-Wilson for the Cockersand Abbey exploration fund; on the history of walls on the fells and the sides of fells and on landscape artists disregard for (leaving out) stone fences; on the marriages of his daughter, Ursula, to the Vicar of Ambleside (Mrs Luard- Selby) and his daughter, Barbara, to Oscar Gnosspelius, and concerning his other children, Dora and [Robin]. Together with a copy of W G Collingwood, Lake District History (Kendal, 1925); picture postcard black and white view of Ulpha Church, n.d. [? 1930s]; and postcard reproduction of an engraving of the church of St John the Baptist, Ulpha, by H Stubbs, n.d. [? 1940s] 1925, [? 1930s,? 1940s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

154 In addition, in a series of folders, whose contents are arranged chronologically, Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre, holds the correspondence of W G Collingwood with Mr Harper Gaythorpe, , and with his son, Mr S B Gaythorpe, and 1924, ref. Z Z Most of this correspondence comprises the letters of W G Collingwood; in a few cases, copies of Mr Gaythorpe s letters are included. A sample of some of these folders reveals the wide range of subjects of the correspondence :- Reference CAC(Barrow),Z 2770 Description Correspondence concerning place names named Park near Dalton; Latin inscription on Bishop Lloyd s house in Chester; roots of place names including Ourgrave; premedieval Furness (place names). Covering Years 1895 CAC(Barrow),Z 2784 CAC(Barrow),Z.2785, Correspondence concerning analysis of specimen of part of an iron sword from Rampside churchyard; paper [by Harper Gaythorpe] on Rampside Hall; extinct Amersham House School, at Caversham, Reading, and its distinguished former pupils. Correspondence concerning W G Collingwood s work as editor of the Transactions of CWAAS; Mr Harper Gaythorpe s history of Dalton Castle and his papers for Transactions on Dalton Castle, The Askews, Rampside Sword and Rampside church; and Mr S B Gaythorpe s booklet on Barrow (1924) , 1924 Mr H Swainson Cowper ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ; Vice-President, ) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

155 For a tribute to Mr Swainson Cowper see the In Memoriam in CW2, xli, 941 p Besides copies of Mr Cowper s publications, including papers published in Transactions, Carlisle Library s Local Studies section holds the following papers of Mr Cowper :- Reference CL, 1B9 HAR9 CL, M1027 Description MS Journal of Work at Hardknott Castrum June & July 1892, comprising a record of investigations 31 May 9 September 1892 (incorporating sketches), also notes taken from published sources (the latest dating from 1899). (notebook) MS transcript of the second register of Hawkshead, containing baptisms and burials and marriages , with a Preface (1906); together with a flyer for H S Cowper, editor, The Register Book of the Parish of Hawkshead, in Lancashire,n.d. [? c.1907] [This transcript was eventually published by Hawkshead Parochial Church Council as Kathleen Leonard and G O G Leonard, The Second Register Book of the Parish of Hawkshead in the Diocese of Carlisle and the County of Lancaster (duplicated typescript, 1968)] Covering Years c CL,2H COW MS of H S Cowper, A Jacobite Relic, read at Appleby, 6 September 1932 [published in CW2, xxxiii, 1933, pp ]; together with the letters Mr Cowper received in researching this paper, 1928, , and his related notes; a partial transcript of a [medieval Duchy of Lancaster] grant of property in Wray in Furness to John Braithwait and others; press cuttings of Letters to the Editor of The Times (including one from Mr Cowper) concerning the portions of the , 1937 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

156 Erechtheum in the British Museum, 1930; and a letter from Henry Hornyold-Strickland, Sizergh Lodge, to Mr Cowper, about a letter from Jane Strickland to her brother-in-law, (springback notebook) Barrow Archive and Local Studies holds the following papers of Mr Cowper :- Reference CAC(Barrow),Z.2786 CAC(Barrow),Z.292 CAC(Barrow),Z.2401 Description Correspondence of Mr Cowper with Mr Harper Gaythorpe, 1896, 1902, and The subjects of this correspondence comprise Neoliths and bronzes; 6 bronze Celts found at Urswick and the Runic inscription on the Pennington (?) figure; a Norman tympanum found at Pennington; J Crankes marriage with Elizabeth Essex born in or about 1715 and the history of the Crankes of Urswick; and Furness Neoliths. Commonplace book of manuscript notes, letters (addressed to Mr Cowper), press cuttings (taken from the national and local press), printed notices and circulars, a postcard view and a photograph, on the parish of Hawkshead, collected by Mr Swainson Cowper. The covering dates of the contents appear to be ; there is a modern,loose, list of contents at the front of the volume. The two pictures are a picture postcard view of the Old Gatehouse, Hawshead, and a photograph of the building, n.d. The press cuttings include The Times s obituary of Mr W G Collingwood, 3 October Covering Years 1896,1902, [? c.1890] Mr Cowper s manuscript list of Prehistoric implements found in Furness, n.d. [? c. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

157 1890]; most of the list is arranged in alphabetical order of place, citing the publication (including Transactions of CWAAS) in which such finds were reported; 4 pp. Mr John F Curwen (d. 1932; member of CWAAS, ; Secretary, ; Vice- President, ; Treasurer, ) For a tribute to Mr Curwen, see the In Memoriam in CW2, xxxiii, 1933, pp The archives of the Curwen of Kendal family, held by Kendal Archive Centre, reference WD/Cu, include papers of Mr J F Curwen, including documents and newspaper cuttings concerning the history of Kendal and Westmorland. The list of these archives is in Vol. 2 of the folders of lists of Antiquarian and Artificial : Private Records Collection archives in the Centre s Reading Room; this list is not at present (September 2015) available on-line on CASCAT. The papers of Mr Curwen include :- WD/Cu 6 MS. Schedule of ancient monuments and historic buildings prepared by CWAAS at the request of the Bye-laws Committee of Westmorland County Council. WD/Cu 7 Printed lists of Westmorland and Cumberland antiquities, 1912, with Report of the Inspector of Ancient Monuments 1912; etc. WD/Cu 9 19 Illustrations (11 files arranged alphabetically) of ancient buildings and monuments in Cumberland and Westmorland photographs, plans, etc., n.d. WD/Cu 64 Newspaper cuttings about the death of Mr John Flavel Curwen, 1932, and of his widow, WD/Cu 75 Letters to the Honorary Secretary of CWAAS containing diagrams and descriptions of stone monuments and circles, Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre holds a letter and postcards addressed by Mr John F Curwen to Mr Harper Gaythorpe, 1905, 1908, and n.d., ref. Z The subjects of the correspondence comprise a copy of Richardson s Furness (supplied to Mr Curwen, 1905); makers marks (with reference to the Patterdale chalice [and other chalices]); and the Book of Words issued at the Music Festival giving the Folk song which Mr Gaythorpe wanted. Also in the folder is a letter from (Mrs) Ellen F Ware [wife of Bishop Henry Ware], The Abbey, Carlisle, to Mr Curwen, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

158 Colonel Henry J Darlington (d. 1982; member of CWAAS, ) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/83,84 Colour slides taken on Society excursions, Dr Rob David (member of CWAAS ; Vice-President, ) Reference CAC(Kendal), WDX 1480 Description 1. Files of correspondence and research notes, with index cards, and roll of plans on ice-houses of Cumbria, (published in CW2 81, 1981, pp , and CW2 82, 1982, pp ) and on Lancashire north of the Ribble, (published in Lancashire Local Historian, 1985, pp ). 2. File of notes, with photographs, and two video cassettes of icehouse experiment at Levens Hall in January 1980 (published in CW2 82, 1982, pp ) 3. Files of research notes, with box of index cards, on slate quarry industry in Troutbeck, Kentmere and Longsleddale valleys, (published in CW2 87, 1987, pp and (with G W Brambles) CW2 92, 1992, pp ). Covering Years Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

159 WDX 1480/2 Original plans and drawings by Rob Daid for his The Slate Quarry Industry of South Westmorland : The Valleys of Troutbeck, Kentmere and Longsleddale (Diploma in Local History, University of Liverpool, 1984), and papers in CW and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

160 Mr Michael Davies-Shiel ( ; member of CWAAS ) (image: Cumbria Industrial History Society) For a tribute to the life and work of Mike Davies-Shiel, see Geoff Brambles and Sam Murphy, Michael Davies-Shiel , CW3, x, 2010, pp Lists of the extensive papers of Mr Davies-Shiel, , deposited in by Mrs Davies-Shiel with Kendal Archive Centre (reference WDMDS, also Accessions H 11216, etc.), are available on-line on CASCAT. These papers include copies of the CWAAS Newsletter, (ref. WDMDS/1) ; Cumbria Industrial History Society file, (ref. WDMDS /12); and minutes of CWAAS s Industrial Archaeology Committee and related papers, (ref. WDMDS/13) for a full description of these minutes and papers, see the entry for the CWAAS s Industrial Archaeology Committee above. Catalogue descriptions of the extensive slide collection of Mike Davies-Shiel, deposited with the Cumbria Archive Service (ref. WDMDS), each with an image attached, can be accessed on the Archive Service s on-line catalogue, CASCAT. Mr William Dent (member of CWAAS, ) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/68 Minutes and agenda papers of the Carlisle Conservation Area Advisory Committee (on which Mr Dent represented CWAAS), Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

161 96; includes designs and elevations of the Castle Way Gallery proposed for a Millenium bid. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/69 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/70 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/71 & 72 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/73 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/74 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/75 Schedules of listed buildings and conservation areas in Carlisle, also conservation area information leaflets and plans of the area, Carlisle Conservation area plans (6) : Wood St., 1968 (1:500 scale OS map); Victoria Place, 1968 (1:500 scale OS map); Holm Head, 1968 (1:2500 scale OS map); Carlisle City Centre, 1984 (1:2500 scale OS map); Carlisle section of the Carlisle-Settle Conservation are, 1991 (1:10000 scale OS map); and Warwick-on-Eden, 1993 (1:2500 scale OS map) Draft and consultation copy of Carlisle District local plan, (DSO 1/71); and correspondence with Carlisle City Council about the local plan, (DSO1/72) Copies of planning applications received by Carlisle City Council concerning properties in Conservation areas, Correspondence concerning the development of Kingstown Toll Cottage, 1995 Correspondence concerning CWAAS meetings and excursions, , 1984, 1991, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

162 Mr Ronald F Dickinson ( ; member of CWAAS, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Mr Dickinson, see the obituary contributed by R[Richard] Hall to the CWAAS Newsletter, No. 5, Autumn 1985, p.8. There is also an entry for Mr Dickinson in C Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey, Cumberland Families and Heraldry, CWAAS, 1978, pp There are 35 entries for Mr Dickinson on CASCAT, including the following :- CAC (Carlisle), DX 2243 Papers relating to Mr Dickinson s career in public life (c. 1940s 1980s); printed material : book relating to the estates and families of Cumberland, John Denton CWAAS (1887) and pages relating to Cumberland from a history of Britain (19 th century); Diocese of Carlisle; papers (1990s). 1 box) CAC (Whitehaven), DDI 109/1 Notes by Mr Dickinson on population, mortality, marriage, households, mobility and occupations in Arlecdon, Ennerdale and Lamplugh, 16 th 20 th centuries. CAC (Whitehaven), DDI 109/2 Historical research by Mr Dickinson on Lamplugh place names, etc. (includes letters from Mary Fair and Clare Fell) Mr W P Dobson (member of CWAAS, ) CASCAT includes the following entries :- CAC(Kendal), WD/PD W P Dobson of Milnthorpe : Beetham, Hugill, Kendal and Milnthorpe; miscellaneous collected documents, including papers concerning local government, health and water services in Westmorland, Cumberland and the North West ( ); Beetham parish vestry minute book ( ); 1704 c [The papers concerning local government include those relating to South Westmorland 1704 c Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

163 Rural District Council, , and to local government reorganisation, ] CAC(Kendal) WDY 79 W P Dobson of Milnthorpe : ; comprising photocopies of price lists, articles, etc. principally about Milnthopre and Kendal, (1831) (1961). (1831) (1961) Mr Harold Duff (d ; member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ; Vice- President ) The following papers of Mr Duff were transferred from Tullie House Museum to the Carlisle Archive Centre on 15 March 2016 :- CAC(Carlisle) DSO1: in Accession H13347 Box Ordnance Survey Maps :- O S NY 14 SE (Blennerhasset) 6 = 1 mile, 1957 [MS note on stone axe found in 1930 at NY no longer retained with these papers] O S Westmorland VII.16 (Whale and Helton and area), 25 = 1 mile, 1915 O S 6 = 1 mile Allonby, clipped from a [mid-] 19 th century edition OS 6 = 1 mile Crosscanonby and Allerby, clipped from a [mid-] 19 th century edition Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

164 2. MS Ancient Road near Lamplugh [? draft of an article by Harold Duff], n.d. [? 1950s] 3. Folder : Preliminary Programme for a Joint Meeting of CWAAS with The Cambrian Archaeological Association to be held at Bangor 1 6 September 1952, and MS notes taken on this visit 2 5 September Folder : Journal of Roman Studies references ( ); notes on the provisioning of Roman forts, Roman Wall dates, the Military Way, Mile Fortlets, etc., also on [Mr J P ]Gilliam s lecture on Pottery, Professor A J B Wace s lecture on Recent discoveries at Mycenae (14 May 1953) and notes on Chester-le-Street and Lumley Castle from Eric Birley at Lumley Castle, Durham (n.d.); The Left Flank of Hadrian s Wall (MS text of [Mr Duff s] lecture to Carlisle Regional Group, 22 March 1952); Roman Cumberland (MS text of [Mr Duff s]lecture); and MS text of notes for Roman Cumberland lectures. 5. Notebook : notes on lecture by A J B Wace 14 May [1953], and notes on Botany, Vallum, Prehistory, Cistercians, Bronze Age, and Cistercian Abbeys. 6. Exercise book : W Moore 1921 talk in old Wigton, notes on Old Carlisle and the Roman frontier system. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

165 7. Exercise book : notes on the Vallum, and on R G Collingwood s Roman Britain and on Old Carlisle. 8. Notebook : various notes from Tacitus and Transactions vol. I, 1868, and other sources, with [incomplete] index of contents at the front of book; n.d. [? 1930s]. 9. Papers on Cumbria, n.d. [? 1930s early 1960s] 10. Postcards (2) List of press cuttings inserted by Revd. W S Calverley into the Aspatria Baptismal Register MS essay on Capt. Joseph Huddart of Allonby ( ) [not in Harold Duff s writing] [? 1960s] Annotated sketch plan of Old Carlisle fort ( Old Carlisle Plateau : Roman Station & Remains ) Sketch plan of field ownership at [Old Carlisle] Sketch section at Cote Howe [art work for paper in Transactions CW 2 xxxviii] List of bronze and stone weapons from NW Cumberland coast, with rough sketches Sketches of a principia, turret, milecastle Sheet of bibliographic references Notes on Curwen family members 15 th 17 th centuries Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

166 11. Newspaper cuttings Reconstruction of Carlisle Cathedral Priory (reproduction of an artist s view of how Carlisle Cathedral Priory and its buildings might have looked), reproduced from The Builder. 28 Spencer Street, Carlisle (George Little s Congress Hire Service, 28 Spencer St., on the corner with St Paul s Square; reproduces photograph of the building and four cars in front) [? c. 1930] Atom Reactor tests Bronze Age necklace [Moulsford torque] (quoting Professor C F C Hawkes), The Daily Telegraph, n.d. [? 1950s early 1960s] Hadrian s Wall : lessons to be drawn from its history : Parallel with Rome (on F G Simpson s lecture to the Wesley Guild), The Cumberland News, 27 October 1934 Pilgrimage into the Past : Picture Documentary explores Hadrian s Wall (report on the 1949 Roman Wall Pilgrimage, illustrated by photographs), News Chronicle, 9 July 1949 [?1950s early 1960s] Correspondence From J K St Joseph, 25 February 1952 : supplying aerial photographs; included order 1952 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

167 for OS 6 maps; and letter from Eric B Birley 2 June 1952 re Mr Duff s election as FSA From J K St Joseph, 21 March 1952 : supplying aerial photographs From Frank Wood, 5 August 1952 : visit to Hadrian s Wall From Clare I Fell, 2 March 1959 and 11 May 1962 : 6 O.S. maps From Katherine S Hodgson, 5 June 1962 : OS maps and local correspondents , Very brief General Notes on Archaeology, n.d. 14. Oddments Roman Funeral Rites Roman Pottery Samian Ware Legions in Britain and Germany Draft reference concerning Mr John (?) Sandwith, n.d., and notes on the career of Mr Joseph Wilkinson [for a reference], n.d. [ c. 1964] Poem Big Steamers (typescript, 2 copies), n.d. [? 1920s 1930s] 15. Leaflets ( 5) advertising books about Roman studies (inscriptions, etc.) and Norwich Cathedral at the end of the 18 th century, [c.1935], 1936, [c. 1965], and n.d. (about R G Collingwood s Roman Inscriptions in Britain) (envelope) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

168 (Also included in the papers were offprints of Harold Duff s paper on Remains near Mawbray (CW2,xxxviii, pp ), and CW1, v, and CW2, lxxx, lxxxi, lxxxiii, and lxxxiv.) (A number of books, by Eric Birley, W G Collingwood, R G Collingwood, F J Haverfield, and others, also OS maps of Roman Britain, etc., from Mr Duff s library were incorporated into CWAAS s Library.) Mr Charles W Dymond ( ; Member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ) For a tribute to Mr Dymond s work, including a list of his papers published in Transactions, see the In Memoriam entry in CW2,xv, 1915, pp CASCAT has five entries for Mr Dymond, all these records being held by Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre; they include letters and postcards which Mr Dymond sent to Mr Harper Gaythorpe, and , ref. Z The subjects of these letters comprise [Barrow Field] Club s visit to Torver and Mr Postelthwaite s long and stupid letter ; Mr Fell s paper on the Pele of Fotheray in the Barrow Herald ; and an inscription on a Gowk stone at Penicuik (with a sketch, 1906). In its Local Studies Collection, Carlisle Library holds plans by Mr Dymond which were reproduced (at a reduced scale) in papers which he contributed to CW1:- Reference CL,Z209 CL,Z210 Description A print of a MS Plan of a Stone Circle and Menhir, called Long Meg and Her Daughters, near Salkeld, Cumberland, 21 September 1875 [reproduced in CW1, v, 1881] A print of MS of (in the case of both drawings) a plan, details of sizes of principal stones, and memoranda of A Stone Circle on Eskdale Moor, Cumberland and of A Stone Circle at Swinside, near Broughton, Cumberland, surveyed in April 1872 and revised and redrawn 29 September 1876 [reproduced in CW1, v, 1881] Covering Years Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

169 CL,Z CL,Z207 CL,Z211 Coloured plan and sections of An Ancient Earthwork called King Arthur s Round Table, Eamont Bridge, Westmorland, October 1889 [reproduced in CW1,xi, 1891] Coloured plan, view of a stone, and sections of Mayburgh, Eamont Bridge, Westmorland, October 1889 [reproduced in CW1,xi, 1891 Plan of the Ruins of an Ancient Village in the Parish of Hugill, Westmorland, September 1890 [reproduced in CW1,xii, 1893] In a volume of Pamphlets bearing the bookplate of Henry Swainson Cooper, the Local Studies Collection (ref. A1125) additionally holds offprints of papers by Mr Dymond on stone circles and megaliths in Cornwall, Cumberland, Somerset, and Yorkshire which were published in Transactions (CW1,v, 1881), the Journal of the British Archaeological Association ( , including a paper on the Gunnerkeld Stone Circle, Shap, in vol. xxxv [1879]) and the Proceedings of the Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society (xxiii, 1877). Dr Terence G Fahy (d ; Member of CWAAS, ) Kendal Archive Centre holds genealogical research papers of Dr Fahy, formerly of Shaw End, Patton, relating to families in Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands; a file of papers concerning the history of Patton and Shepherd of Shaw End; files of notes on Westmorland families and properties, photograph albums (4) and daguerreotypes (2) of the Grimston family of Mozergh House, Selside; tithe assessement book for Patton 1841 [18]75; and a photocopy of the diary of a local farmer who emigrated to America in 1876 (1875) (1882), ref. WD/TGF. The list of these papers, in Vol.2 of the folders of lists of Antiquarian and Artificial : private Records Collection in the Centre s Reading Room, is not at present (September 2015) available on-line on CASCAT. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

170 Miss Mary C Fair ( ; Member of CWAAS ; Honorary Member, ; member of Council, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Miss Fair, see In Memoriam by E.B. [Eric Birley] in CW2 liv, 1955, pp There are 97 entries for Miss Fair on CASCAT, the vast majority providing a list of the individual glass plate negatives of Miss Fair, c. 1910s 1920s, held by Whitehaven Archive Centre, ref. PH/1519/ 1 85 ; the Archive Centre also holds photographs she took of Eskdale Mill and Eskdale, ref. YDX 73/6. Besides the entries below, references to Miss Fair will be found above, in the list of the archives of the CWAAS s Committee for Prehistoric Studies. CAC(Kendal), WDSO99/7 Included in a folder, which otherwise comprises letters written by Miss Clare Fell, are the following :- Picture postcard view of Windsor Castle, addressed to Miss M C Fair, Holmrook, by FRB, who writes Greetings Windsor 7 miles Very beautiful ; posted 11 May Letter from Revd C M L Bouch, Clifton Rectory, to Miss Fair, Holmrook, 28 April 1954, inviting her to comment upon H L Gray s English Field Systems which, he notes, has quite a lot to say about those of Cumberland. 1950, 1954 CAC(Carlisle),in DSO1/94 Letter from Daniel Hay, Librarian, Public Library and Museum, Whitehaven, to Miss Fair, 25 April 1949, glad to learn that the information about the coal and harbour tokens was useful ; on the lack of local records concerning excise licences and making reference to research on the Royal Standard on the West Strand [Whitehaven]; not yet [answered her enquiry] about the mullers ; and hoping that Miss [Clare] Fell can obtain a 1949 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

171 Langdale axe to add to the Museum s collection. (With the envelope addressed to Miss Fair, with her notes on the same concerning stone circles. CAC(Carlisle),in DSO1/94 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H11821 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc Letter from Jean W Cook, Gosforth, to Miss Fair, 1 May [? early 1950s], thanking her for the loan of a book [ details not given] which she returns. Catalogue of the photographic negatives in the Mary C Fair collection at Tullie House Museum as relate to the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway taken and covering letter of Dave Simpson, Letter from Miss Fair to Mr Wrigley [? Mr John B Wrigley of Gosforth, member of CWAAS ] reporting on sand-dune field work in SW Cumberland, 6 November 1935 [? early 1950s] CAC(Whitehaven),YDX 57/5 CAC(Whitehaven), DH/587 Letters and notes of Miss Fair mainly concerning the history of Calder Abbey, including a large number of photographs, Correspondence between Daniel Hay ( ; Whitehaven Borough Librarian, ) and Mary Fair, mainly relating to the history and historiography of West Cumberland. This file includes correspondence relating to Mary Fair s work for CWAAS and the WEA, and also Daniel Hay s correspondence with Everilda Simpson ( ) regarding Mary Fair s authorship of works under the nom de plume of Donald Deane, also a photocopy of Mary Fair s birth certificate and offprints of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

172 her CWAAS Trans. papers on Seaton Priory (1945) and the Manor of Drigg (1951). [The British Library holds copies of three works of fiction by Donald Deane, all published by John Hamilton, London : The Fifth Tulip (1930), The Luck of Luce (1931), and Hidden Clue, A Lakeland Story (1932); copies are also held by Whitehaven Library.] Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, holds an extensive collection of Mary Fair s negatives with prints of these photographs, also notebooks, articles, correspondence and other of her papers ([accession] reference ). It should be noted that it is necessary to make a prior appointment to view any of these photographs, etc. The original negatives are in a series of Kodak Negative Albums (each measuring c. 6 ½ x c. 5 ); each negative is numbered, the numerical index at the back of each album recording the date and title of the photograph, with each album given a code by Miss Fair. Under a Manpower Services Commission-funded scheme, in (1) these negatives were copied, strips of these modern negatives, 2986 in all, being kept in a folder; (2) (black and white) prints of all these negatives were produced and placed in a series of lever arch albums, each print recording the unique negative number assigned by Tullie House; (3) A4 record cards were created for all the photographs, the cards (stored in four metal index cabinets) recording information under the following headings : classification [SHIC (Social History and Industrial Classification) classification scheme used by many museums], location, museum negative number, county, district council, parish, Mary Fair negative number, subject, map reference, Mary Fair negative location, date, and description, with a small contact print being attached to each card. There are also two metal card index drawers providing an index to the master prints, negatives, and cross references to the original albums. In July 1986, Mrs Wendy Edwards created a subject index to the negative collection, citing the modern negative numbers assigned by Tullie House ; the list of subjects is arranged as follows :- Lake District : local and general views (e.g. Bassenthwaite 389, 390, 1251, 1252) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

173 Sports and Pastimes Archaeology (A) Prehistory, (B) Roman (includes Carlisle 1783, 1784), (C) Anglian / Viking, (D) Medieval, (E) Post-Medieval, (F) Industrial Archaeology, and (G) Period uncertain Animal Studies Eskdale & Ravenglass miniature railway and railways in general Local Crafts and Industries Towns and Hamlets Castles, Halls, Houses, Hotels and Farms Churches and Abbeys (includes a large number for Calder Abbey, and 42, 43 and 44 for Carlisle Cathedral) Horticulture Farming Studies of Fell walkers Local Character Studies Studies of Women s Institute Groups Miscellaneous Groups (children, garden party, weddings, theatrical players, etc.) Miscellaneous : general Transport This subject index is only available in typescript; it is not available online except to museum staff, on the museum s intranet. There is a separate folder of notes on the images in the collection that relate to the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway (including photocopies of maps of the line, and a catalogue listing the location, Mary Fair negative number, date and notes, etc. of individual photographs). Kept with the collection are the following 5 CDs of a selection of the photographs :- (a) Discover Eskdale : Mary C Fair Sheep 1 Photographs Vol. C; Mary C Fair Trojan Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

174 Cars & Bikes Hardknott; Mary C Fair The Eskdale Show Photographs Vol A; and Mary C Fair Quarrying Beckfoot Eskdale Photographs (all noted as copyright of CWAAS), and (b) Eskdale Open Group 2005 : Mary Fair : Valley Life and Traditions in the 1920s & 30s. In a cardboard box of Mary Fair Notebooks, are stored 36 exercise books / notebooks, most of which have been given individual numbers by Tullie House. The majority of these volumes comprise notes on a variety of subjects, taken from primary and secondary sources, etc., such that one cannot easily separately describe them. They include notes from an Eskdale Churchwardens Book (no.27); Eskdale Notes (taken [? by Miss Fair s father, Revd Thomas William Fair, Vicar of Eskdale 1904 [11] or perhaps rather his predecessor as Vicar of Eskdale, , the Revd W Slater Sykes]) from various MSS, oral sources, etc. including a list of fruit trees planted in Eskdale Vicarage Garden 27 Feb. 1901) (no. 25); Revd W Slater Sykes s notes on Hougun (no.24); Roman Eskdale Hardknott Roads Fords Raveglass Pot Kiln Ambleside Moresby (working record notebook, , with black and white captioned photographs) (no. 6); Field book Millom Nots (with some loose photos.) (no. 1); Millom Church Details (text and captioned photos.) (no. 14); Bronze Age Notes 1936 (text and sketches) (no.11); St Bees Moor : Notes of Finds 1931/2 Mr Newall & Mr H Stephenson (no. 5); Excavation Notes Butterilket Site (Eskdale Archaeological Committee,1926) (no. 3); Ancient Monuments Inventory 1944 Cumberland S.W. (no. 4); Eskdale XXIV Book [MS copy of documents in private possession], 1941 (no.13); Roman Notes (no.19); Log Book : Eskdale, Mitredale, Birker and Austhwaite Archaeological Finds and Notes, (no.7); Notes on Eskdale Church, S. Catherine s Well, etc. (no.17); Notes on church bells in Cumberland (sketches and text) (no. 16). Also in the box are the MS of various pages of Miss Fair s historical tale Heritage (pp. 1-56, , and ) featuring Macgregor, Sir Gilfrid, Lord Kilcormac, etc. [for pp , see the entry, below, for Carlisle Library s holdings of papers of Mary Fair.] In a further carboard box of the M. C. Fair Archive are further of her notebooks (in particular Historical Notes 1936 [including place-names] and Cartmel Notes ; Antiquarian Notes, Notes for Articles 1923 ; Notes on Bridekirk Font, 1954,etc ); a notebook in which is the MS of [? a lecture,? by Revd. T W Fair] on Introduction to Gospels and notes [? also by Revd. T W Fair] on the tithe apportionment for Netherwendale, Eskdale and Wasdale and in the parish of St Bees; envelopes of correspondence of Revd W Slater Sykes (who had served as Vicar of Eskdale, ) with Miss Fair (principally the letters she received) and related papers (including a MS on the history of Eskdale and notes on the Manor of Birker and Austhwaite , and on the forest of Millum, etc. which are all presumed to be by Revd Sykes), Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

175 ); (in a notebook) the MS of pp of a historical tale (featuring Macgregor, Agricola, Mr Rawson, etc.) written by Miss Fair. In a third cardboard box M C Fair Archive, are the following publications :- W Wallace, Alston Moor: its pastoral people: its mines and miners; from the Earlest Periods to Recent Times (Newcastle-on- Tyne, 1890) George Watson, Bygone Penrith: A popular arrangement of the Penrith Parish Registers, Part I 1556 to 1601 (Penrith, 1893) Scheme for Recording Ancient Defensive Earthworks and Fortified Enclosures (Congress of Archaeological Societies in union with The Society of Antiquaries of London, 1903) J B Bailey, History of the Churches in the Rural Deanery of Maryport including Antiquarian and Biographical Sketches, etc. (Cockermouth, 1920); copy inscribed by the author to Miss Fair, A Little Guide to Eskdale written and illustrated by Silverpoint of Lakeland [Miss Fair] (Ulverston, 1930); Revd W Slater Sykes s copy. R Sharpe France, Guide to the Lancashire Record Office (Preston, 1948) Hardknott (National Forest Park Guides No. 5, HMSO, 1949); Dr Ian Richmond contributed an archaeological account of the Roman fort to this guide and gave this copy to Miss Fair, August J P Steel, Feet of Fines, Cumberland, during the reigns of Edward VI, Mary, Philip and Mary, and Elizabeth (London, n.d.) Also in this box are: MS of Some fantasies and some facts (concerning Eskdale), by Miss Fair, n.d; typescript of Blackbird s Nest. A Short Story by Miss Fair, May 1943; letter from Revd W S Sykes to Miss Fair about Ranulf le Meschyn, Ulf, etc., 1934; 27 black and white photographs by Miss Fair (some identified : Roman Eskdale : Pottery Kiln 1921, Hardknott Roman fort, 1923, 1959, n.d., Roman road to Ambleside (at Wrynose Summit) 1949, Roman road Iter X in the Duddon valley, Roman road at Hardknott Pass 1947, Roman lamp at Ravenglass, Hardknott Pass, Roman Ravenglass : harbour, Solway shore near Maryport, and Romano-British watch post at Castle Crag, Borrowdale). Also : copies of printed page ( Gateways and Details (Hardknott IV ) by C W Dymond, 1893; published Hardknott Castle : Plan of the Fort and Surroundings (by C W Dymond, 1892, contours by R G Collingwood, 1911) and Plan of the Fort by R G C[ollingwood], both with notes added by Miss Fair; and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

176 published Plan of the position of the Roman camp at Harbottle, Cumberland, surveyed by C W Dymond, 1893, with notes added by Miss Fair. Large envelope Section 2 Correspondence, comprising loose correspondence of Miss Fair and related papers, ; principally comprises the letters she received, from, inter alia, Eric Birley, R G Collingwood, Marjorie Cross, J C Dickinson, Ronald Dickinson, Dr K C Dunham, Clare Fell, Tom Gray (Director of Tullie House), F Hudleston (Hutton John), Basil R S Megaw, J Melville, John Robley (Whitehaven), F Gerald Simpson, Revd W S Sykes, Revd H H Symonds (Chairman of the Friends of the Lake District), B L Thompson, and Fred H Walker (Whitehaven). Large envelope Section 2 Loose Notes (1), comprising (a) typescripts of Mary Fair s articles [probably submitted to the local press] on Faith of our Fathers : Cavalcade of the Centuries : Church and Ford (1935); This housing business (on Whitehaven s town planning) (1936); Flank Defence, Hadrian s Wall continued (1948); Aftermath of Iron and its tragedy (on Cleator Moor, etc.) (1949); Two Thousand B.C. and all that (1949); Stories in Stone (1949); The Church of the Holy Trinity, Millom : Some notes (1952); Dalegarth : An Ancient Lakeland Manor House with a long history (1952); Muncaster Church (n.d.); and Fell Racing : A Spectacular Lake District Sports, and the Derby of the Dales (n.d.); (b) also her typescripts on H.M. Ministry of Works and Ancient Monuments (1954), The Church of St Mary of Gosforth (n.d.), The unexplored prehistoric sites of West Cumberland and Lancashire North of the Sands (n.d.), A scrutiny of the distribution of the Bronze Age implements of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands (1944), and The Romans in West Cumberland (n.d.); (c) typescript of articles on Eskdale Twenty Four book (1921) and Calder Abbey (1953) and galley proofs of some of her other Transactions articles [c.1936, c. 1950, n.d.]; (d) Notes and text of Mary Fair on Millom Church (1951), Hardknott, Eskdale Church, Old Roads per Winder Ghyll and Denton, Iter X (in Eccles, Wigan, etc.) Local clock makers [this text may be by someone else], Prehistory of Furness, etc., etc; (e) Some vanishing highways and place-names of a Cumberland Dale (transcribed by Mary Fair from a MS compiled by Revd W S Sykes, former Vicar of Eskdale, and noted as read at Carlisle, April 27 th 1911 ; (f) MS of C A Parker, Bloomeries in Wasdale ( read at Carlisle, April 15 th 1909 ) for Transactions ; (g) some original art work (sketches of cross shafts at St Mungo s Bromfield and Workington Church) by Revd W S Calverley [Vicar of Aspatria] and prints of sketches [by Revd Calverley] of cross shafts at Aspatria, Workington, Dacre, Gilcrux, and Plumbland, n.d. [? late 1880s]; (h) MS poem Christ in Cumberland (n.d. [? written by Mary Fair s father ]); and (i) copy of printed pamphlet The Muncaster Boggle (Whitehaven, 1870). Large envelope Section 2 Loose Notes (2), comprising press cuttings on Ferocity of the Borders (on the history of Longtown) by Mr R W Bell [? published in The Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

177 Cumberland News, n.d. [? 1930s]; MS of notes [? by Revd Sykes] on the history the Manors of Birkin and Austhwaite and of Birkby (based on the court rolls held by Lord Muncaster); notes [? by Revd Sykes] on the descent of individual copyhold properties at Nether Stainton, Linbeck, Ellerbeck, etc. and notes [? by Revd Sykes] on the history of Eskdale; notes concerning Millum, Sir Hudleston, etc. taken from Calendars of archives in the Public Record Office, etc; list of priests who have ministered in Eskdale [1928] and list of curates of Eskdale (1950); notes on boundaries (of Birker and Austhwaite, and Birkby); typescript notes on Early History of West Cumberland (to the 10 th century); typescriot notes on provincial clockmakers [in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Dumfriesshire], n.d; typescript of Mary Fair s paper on The Pre- Reformation Church Bells of West Cumberland, n.d; Press cutting of the obituary of Canon J Irving, Vicar of Millom (The Whitehaven News, 11 October 1906) and cutting from Iron and Steel Trades Journal, 24 November 1894, including article on the career of Mr T Barlow-Massicks, Managing Director of the Millom and Askham Hematite Iron Co. Ltd, until 1894; draft pedigree of the family of Potts of the Lines and Wintershields, parish of Lanercost, by Henry Penfold, September and October 1906, and copy of his printed circular letter stating that he is to continue in business in Brampton following the recent death of his father, John B Penfold, 9 April 1908; and rough MS Plan of Middleward Common of Copeland Forest, n.d. [? mid 18 th century]. In a further cardboard box (hitherto labeled Guildhall Museum Carlisle ) are the following boxes of Mary Fair s photographs :- 10 x 8 black and white prints taken [in the mid-1980s] from negatives (also bearing the references P.1 P.50); (also marked P.55 P.91); (also marked F.1 F.100); (also marked E.3 E.97); and (also marked D.1 D. 100). Almost all the prints taken from negatives and are of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway. (5 boxes) 3 boxes of photographs : of Sites and Objects Not Identified (Prehistoric) (32 black and white and sepia prints); Sites and Objects Not Identified (Medieval and Post- Medieval) (40 prints, including a sepia photograph, of abbeys, churches, castles, houses, and some spoons); and Sites and Objects Not Identified Period Unknown / Uncertain (3 black and white postcard prints). Box of Prints Leading figures addressing C &W Outings, comprising 8 black and white photographs, principally taken by Miss Fair : W G Collingwood addressing members of CWAAS on the site of primitive hut dwellings [near Greendale Farm,]near Wastwater, in the background the Screes of Wastwater (ref. 16/AEL/2) 2 photos., n.d. [14 September 1927],the caption to one referring to W G Collingwood s death on Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

178 Saturday October 1st,[1932] ; two similar photographs, one captioned to record that it was taken on W G Collingwood s last visit with CWAAS to Ravenglass where, in the ruins of the Bath Building of the Roman fort he heard his distinguished son, Mr R G Collingwood, give an address on Roman Ravenglass (ref. 25/AEL/2), n.d. [ 15 September 1927], the other photograph captioned to record that it was of R G Collingwood addressing CWAAS at Walls Bath Building, Ravenglass, 15 September 1927, and that Roman Rose Coloured Cement plaster still adheres to the wall of the niche shown in the background ; 3 group photographs (one solely of women) in front of unidentified houses, n.d. [? 1930s]; photograph of 6 unidentified persons, n.d. [? early 1950s]; and letter from Marjorie Thynne, The Preparatory School, Seascale, to Miss Fair, 11 July 1954, stating that she hopes she might like to have these photographs which I took at Haile Hall, that she likes having the three VIPs in one photograph together, and thanking her for taking us all round on 29 June [this visit does not appear to have been a CWAAS excursion]. Box of Negatives + Prints Antiquarians + Archaeologists including W G Collingwood, R G Collingwood, M C Fair, comprising three black and white photographs of an unidentified clergyman,n.d. [? early 20th century], three gentlemen [? including R G Collingwood], n.d. [? 1930s], and a lady and gentleman, n.d. [? 1950s]; and sepia group photograph of R G Collingwood, Miss Fair, and W G Collingwood at Walls Castle, [15] September 1927; and 7 negatives (of a person, groups of persons, children, and a garden), n.d. Box of M C Fair Prints Chosen to Represent the better quality material and the range of the collection, comprising prints [produced in the mid-1980s] of sporting and other scenes, persons at work, etc. with references (e.g. O ), but no descriptions, on the backs of the prints. The Local Studies card catalogue, Carlisle Library, has a number of entries for Miss Fair; besides publications (principally reprints of her papers in the Transactions of CWAAS), they include Archaeological notes Eskdale (2B9 ESK 571); Byegones Lake District (Notebook containing illustrations) (1D9);Lakeland of the past , (Notebook containing many illustrations of the Lake District) (1D9); a large manuscript notebook containing detailed notes on Roman antiquities (2B93); Pedigrees and Cumberland history : pedigrees Boyvill, Ulf, Thwaites, Copeland, Austhwaite, Ponsonby, Fleming, Sward, Hudleston, Pennington, Meschin, Fitzwane, Taillebois, Elfred, and history of Lindsey, Furness Abbey, Seaton Priory, Holm Cultram, and Barton on Urwell (manuscript notebooks) (1H); Roman Eskdale, 1923 (illustrated notebook) (1B9 ESK93); and Sport in Cumberland (manuscript notes) (2B 796). In addition, there is the following (not recorded on the card catalogue) :- Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

179 CL, 3H FAI - Carlisle Library holds a box of loose black and white and a few sepia photographs (just over 220 in number), almost all of which it is presumed were taken by Miss Mary Fair, also texts of her press articles and press cuttings, reference 3 H FAI. Most of the photographs, which are principally of scenes in the Lake District, are uncaptioned; those few photographs which are dated date from 1905, 1908, 1910, 1917, , 1938, 1948, and 1954, with the undated photographs presumed probably to date from the 1930s early 1950s. Many of the photographs are of an artistic nature, designed for exhibition and / or (commercial) publication. The dated photographs comprise :- St Malo Harbour 1905 (featuring the wall of? fortress, etc.) A Winter Scene in Lakeland : A Frozen Waterfall (fall of 160 ft in height), 1908 A Wintry Election in a remote mountain district Egremont division Election Jan (three farmers walking on their way to the poll) Vestibule of Hut D, Colchester General Military Hospital, Christmas 1917 (photograph by Private Louis Jablinski, X-Ray Orderly; 1 st prize from GOC Eastern District for Christmas Decorations) The Green, Beaumaris Feb 23 rd 1925 (covered in water) Mountainland, 1926 ; Hear of Stone (larch tree growing on the edge of a mountain ravine), 1926; Falling to Ruin (peat houses on the ruin of an upland moor overlooking a Lake District valley), A Beautiful Road recently taken over by the Rural District Council and already (?) specially improved by the careful attentions of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

180 the section roadman, an artist at his work, 1928 (with car with registration RM 2958 in the foreground). A Lakeland River in Drought, July 1929; A Few Brief Hours : The Rains Descended ( a raging flood), 1929; An Impression of Winter, January 1929 (ruins of an [abbey]) Cold Fell Road (from near Wilton Park End, and including a distant view of the Scottish coast), 1938; another view also features a car with registration of AAD 773. This England (snow-capped hills) by C Green Mere Stone, Birker Moor, 29 June The undated photographs include views of Wheat Sheaf Inn, Ormskirk, n.d. [? 1910s]; Ormskirk Church, n.d. [? early 20 th century]; Moor and Mountains of National Park No.1 The Lake District IN S-W Lakeland. The upland Birker Moor dotted with remains of Prehistoric Man...Looking across Eskdale to Sca Fell from Birker Moor ; Dundee s Mound where he is said to have died after being shot from a window of the House of Urrand ; A West Cumberland Pool (one of the chain of such pools strung along the Cumberland coast between Solway and Duddon, flint flakes have been found on the shore of this large pool which is steadily drying up and is now a jungle of rushes with no open water) ; Western Lakeland : Industry in Arcadia (an industrial site and steam train); Waberthwaite [cross-shaft, etc.]; Miss Brocklebank with her tandem [horses and carriages] in the show ring drawn up before the judges ; Roadstone (inside a very modern and well equipped road stone crushing plant in a remote Cumberland valley) ; and Park House Roman Pottery Kiln, Private Drive : a flue (with soot still in it) of Kiln B S. Side of Drive. There are also a few uncaptioned and undated photographs of people, including of costumed women bearing banners Italy and Wales, of tennis players, and of firemen [putting out a fire in a? farm building]. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

181 In addition to the photographs are (1) the typescripts of illustrated articles by Silverpoint / Silverpoint of Lakeland (i.e. Mary Fair) submitted to the press for publication : Bridges, n.d; Viaduct Vignettes : railway Glimpses of the Lake District Rivers and Mountains from the LMS Railway ( a reply to The Red Cliffs of Devon, Daily Mail, 10 June 1931 p.4); Futher Notes on the Point of View, n.d; Windermere s New Discussion : Motor Racing Boats and England s Largest Lake, n.d; and Two Fresh Trustees for this ancient charity have just been appointed (concerning the journey across the Morecambe Sands),n.d; and (2) cuttings of photographs published in The Times, 27 May 1932 (panoramic view of the peaks of the Isle of Man viewed from Cumberland) [ though unacknowledged, presumably taken by Mary Fair], and letters to the editor of The Times on the subject of photography, [May and June? 1932]. In addition to this box, Carlisle Library holds the following further photographs etc. of Miss Fair, also bearing the reference of 3H FAI :- 3 albums of photographs (of people, scenes, and buildings), none captioned, n.d. [? 1920s 1930s] 1 smaller album of photographs [taken at a show of sheep, hounds, and young runners], none captioned, n.d. [? 1930s] An exercise book paginated , comprising the MS, corrected, text of Scottishbased tales featuring Lord Kilcormac, Capt. Gowan, Constable Glasham, etc., and headed 28 Knight Errants Move, 29 Pawns Move, Check-Mate, and 31 Queen s Move. [For further pages of this tale, see the entry, above, for Tullie House Museum s holdings of the papers of Mary Fair.] Negatives Register, arranged alphabetically, by subject, place and person, sample entries including A.C.U. Trials PLD/10, Armstrong, Mr W U Master W.[est]C.[umberland] O. [Otter] H. [Hounds] 95/SE5, Sir Aubrey Brocklebank in show FR/5/18, Robinson Fell Racer 1/SLDS/2, Calder Abbey PLD22/31, Camp, Dalegarth /SLDS/5, Carlisle Cathedral 33/SLDS/2, Greystoke, Lady Mabel [Howard] 92/SLDS/6, Heelis Mrs [Beatrix Potter] /SLDS/9, Distressed Area Special : Herdwicks. Girl Shepherd 29/DA/1, Mines Wellington Pit Whitehaven 26DA/1, 1926 Muncaster Castle. West Front 42/PLD/7, 1925 Railway, and Distressed Area Special Book (with references to Egremont, Frizington, etc., 1934 and 1935); the covering dates of the register entries appear to be and 1946.Loose in the register are some further subject negative record cards : Otter Hounds, Fell Racing, etc. (The references PLD/10, etc. relate to the negative albums of Miss Fair held by Tullie House Museum.) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

182 4 large boxes of loose photographs (prints which Mary Fair herself produced from her negatives), very few of which are captioned or dated ; it appears that none of these photographs bear the references given in the Negatives Register. These sepia and black and white photographs cover a wide range of subjects : lakes, Lakeland scenery, agricultural scenes, buildings including churches and some industrial scenes, people including some wedding groups and folk dancing, horses and carriages (including views of horses and carriage on which there is a poster Vote for Sanderson ), motor cars and roads, etc. most of which it is presumed relate to Cumbria. The few photographs on whose backs are captions (probably produced for supply to the press) include An Antiquarian White Knight The Archaeologist s Assistant [a lady] loaded up for a day s outing is a sort of Antiquarian White Knight (1923), a photograph of defences of the southern side of the Roman station at Ravenglass (1923), An Event of Note in Lake District Motoring Circles (re the Allan Trophy one day motor cycle reliability trial, n.d. [? 1928]), The Road over Hardknot (n.d.), and The End of the Yachting Season : The skipper hauls ashore (1921). Early photographs include those dating from the First World War period : Miss Fair s radiogram of Zepp[elin] raid Sept : Bomb fragment in girl s knee joint and her X-ray photograph of Bob s broken leg, victim of the Silvertown Explosion, Jan In one of the boxes, the photographs have been sorted [more recently] into folders captioned Coastline, Animals and Birds, Churches, Lake Views, and School Days (the total of such photographs in this box being 226). The total number of photographs in all four boxes might be very roughly estimated as in the region of in all. A few photographs are presumed not to have been taken in Cumbria; they include, explicitly, St Malo Harbour 1905, The vestibule of Hut D Colchester General Military Hospital Xmas 1917 Photo. Pte. Louis Jablinski X Ray Orderly, horses and a carriage in front of a hotel entrance captioned Mr Burgess prepares to leave Bridlington with the Chestnut team [of horses] (n.d.), and a giant larch tree in the grounds of The House of Urrard (on the battlefield of Killiekrankie) (n.d.) [Copies of the 1905 and 1917 photographs are also to be found in the other box, listed above.] With the loose photographs in the boxes are a few typescript texts [prepared to accompany photographs submitted for publication to the press]; they include Bridges, Windermere s New Discussion : Motor Racing Boats and England s Largest Lake, Sports they play in Lakeland, Further Notes on the Point of View, and Viaduct Vignettes, these texts being by Silverpoint or Silverpoint of Lakeland [ i.e. Mary Fair]. There are also a few short typescript texts including A Note on the Roman Fort on Hardknot (Dec. 1953), and The Monks Bridge otherwise Matty Bean Bridge, over The Calder River (n.d.) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

183 The Cumbria Image Bank ( a collection of over 32,000 digitised images created from original photographs and engravings held by Cumbria County Council Libraries and Archives, reproduces over 500 of the photographs which Mary Fair took (taken from prints held by Carlisle Library), the copyright to these photographs being held by CWAAS. Lt Cdr Charles R S Farthing (member of CWAAS 1997 onwards) CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : Acc. H lever arch files of photographic evidence (colour and black and white photographs with some associated documentation) for illustrations in Lt. Cdr. Farthing s Illustrated Catalogue of the Tokens, Medallions and Banknotes of Cumbria (2013) Copies of the Illustrated Catalogue are held by Carlisle Library s Local Studies (ref. 2A 737.3) and by Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal, Whitehaven, and Workington Libraries. Mr John F Fawcett CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 :in Acc.H11579 box 1 Album of black and white photographs of sketches by John F Fawcett, Kirkby Stephen, of buildings (including Wharton Hall, houses on Primrose Hill, Assembly Room, Crown and Red Lion Inns, etc.), the sketches being dated 1817 and 1876; inside the album is an envelope addressed to Mrs J A Fawcett, Windermere, 13 September [J F Fawcett himself is not listed as a member of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

184 CWAAS in the lists of members in Transactions vol. II (1876).] Miss Clare I Fell ( ; member of CWAAS, ; President, ) James Cherry contributed an obituary of Clare Fell to CW3,ii, 2002, pp See too, in particular, P J Cherry, editor, Studies in Northern Prehistory : Essays in Memory of Clare Fell (CWAAS Extra Series, vol. xxxiii, 2007) which includes James Cherry, A Memoir : Clare Isobel Fell M.A., F.S.A. 10 th October th July 2002 (with a photographic portrait) and Kate E Sharpe, The Lady of the Lakes : Clare Isobel Fell and the role of local societies for women in archaeology ( a chapter which in particular reviews the career of Clare Fell and which includes chronological lists of published Papers and Notes by Clare Fell, , and of published Papers and Notes written with other authors). Besides the archives described below, reference should also be made to the records of the CWAAS s Committee for Prehistoric Studies (which include extensive correspondence and other papers of Clare Fell) described above, amongst the archives of CWAAS s committees. The following list of Clare Fell s extensive papers deposited at Kendal Archive Centre (ref. WDX 1408) is largely based on that made by Kate E Sharpe of the Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, sponsored by CWAAS, in December The list is prefaced by a note that states that the correspondence in this deposit is closed Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

185 without the prior authority of CWAAS s President and Council and the County Record Office. (The list is not available online on CASCAT.) WDX 1408/1 Research ( 3 boxes) : including notebooks, loose notes, correspondence, presentations, publications, book reviews and project files Box A : Local Projects WDX 1408/1/1 WDX 1408/1/2 Cumbrian Stone Axe research, 1950s 1990s ( 4 folders):- Early notes and correspondence relating to Cumbrian Type Axes 1950s and 1960s; annotated offprint of Trans. CWAAS 2 vol. 30 pp , 1964 (Fell and Bunch); recent work (post 1983) on stone axe factories at Langdale, including correspondence with J Quartermaine, P Clairs (Survey with LUA, National Trust published in PPS vol. 55, 1989 : The Neolithic quarries and axe factory sites of Great Langdale and Scafell Pike : a new field survey) and with M Edmunds (Bradley and Edmunds investigation published 1993 Interpreting the axe trade : production and exchange in Neolithic Britain); offprints by Bradley and Edmonds; annotated by Clare Fell; and correspondence re contribution to Stone Axe Studies volume petrological analysis with T K McClough. Blackfriars Street, Carlisle, (folder) :- Clare Fell was involved in the excavation at Blackfriars Street, which yielded artefacts from Neolithic to Medieval occupation. The file contains correspondence, drawing and report on flint finds; also small notebook plus loose pages. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

186 WDX 1408/1/3 Stephenson Ground Survey and Dig, (folder) :- Student training dig organised by University College, London, Clare Fell being a regular visitor to the site. The file contains correspondence with Nick Thorpe and Penny Harvey-Piper; Season reports; and clippings. WDX 1408/1/4 Lune Valley Survey Project, (folder) :- Fieldwork organised by Lancaster University, with Clare Fell being on the committee. The file contains correspondence, minutes and reports. WDX 1408/1/4 Levens Hall Beaker burial, 1971, (1982), (folder) :- Correspondence (principally with Percival Turnbull, ), 1971, , regarding the ring cairn and artefacts at Levens Park; letter from Dr Warwick Rodwell to Percival Turnbull, January 1995, about the 1971 excavation directed by Dr David Sturdy; copies of pages from the unpublished BA thesis (Cardiff University, 1982) of H Robinson on The Lithic Assemblage of the Morecambe Bay Littoral as concern Levens Park; and Clare Fell s note on Beaker pottery from Levens Park (stating that these pottery sherds were found at the north end of the park during the excavations directed by Dr Sturdy, , but not yet published), February 1990, with covering correspondence with Mr C H (Hal) Bagot, Levens Hall, Box B : Material relating to Cumbria 1971, (1982), WDX 1408/1/1 Prehistoric Cumbria Notes ( 3 notebooks) 2 notebooks relating to prehistoric Cumbria; heavily annotated copy of W G Collingwood, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

187 An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments of Cumberland in Trans. CWAAS vol. 23, WDX 1408/1/2 WDX 1408/1/3 Various folder maps of Cumbria annotated by Clare Fell Offprints by Clare Fell, annotated : see list in appendix WDX 1408/1/4 Early Settlement in the Lake Counties, (folder) : correspondence relating to Clare Fell s Dalesman publication (1972), including contract and accounts; photographs used in illustrations (Long Meg, Castlerigg?); permissions gained for figures reproduced; and responses to distributed copies. WDX 1408/1/5 Radio Script : The Archaeologist, 1958 ( folder) : script from radio transmission relating to finds at Ehenside Tarn : Peat, Pollen and Prehistory ; Clare Fell took part alongside D Walker and Stuart Piggott. WDX 1408/1/6 WDX 1408/1/7 WEA talks (folder) : notes for various WEA presentations and courses on prehistory, local history and Lake District archaeology. Book reviews, etc. (folder) : correspondence, clippings and reviews relating to books reviewed by or contributed to by Clare Fell, some removed from copies in her library. See appendix. Box C : Early notes mostly Cambridge WDX 1408/1/8 Arbury Road, 1952 (folder) :- Clare Fell involved in excavation of Roman burial site in Cambridge, whilst Assistant Curator of the Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

188 Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology. File includes correspondence (includes notes from RCH Monuments and British Museum regarding finds); photographs (depict site, burials, including stone coffin and six skeletons, glass jug and pottery); scale drawing of site (1/2 inch : 1 foot); and news clippings from Cambridge Daily News, 20 August WDX 1408/1/9 WDX 1408/1/3 Reference Notes (folder) : loose pages with notes and references including notes on Castlerigg, notes on Roman Cumbria, and paper on Bronze Age urns. Offprints (outside Cumbria) by Clare Fell, annotated. See appendix. WDX 1408/1/11 Miscellaneous notebooks ( 6 notebooks) :- Notebooks from Harrogate College and Cambridge University containing references, observations, and descriptions of published papers, artefacts and sites. Specifically : exercise book from Harrogate College, Architecture, VIB 2; small blue book various notes; notebook from trip to Denmark, 1949; very small notebook; notebook containing alphabetical listing of references; and notebook relating to European Iron Age. These include various loose notes plus correspondence and photographs. WDX 1408/2 CWAAS files ( 3 boxes), including correspondence, meeting minutes, clippings, and card index Box A Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

189 WDX 1408/2/1 Editorial Business, (folder) : meeting minutes and correspondence. WDX 1408/2/2 Editorial Committee, (folder) : meeting minutes and correspondence. WDX 1408/2/3 WDX 1408/2/4 Excursions (folder) : notes and correspondence relating to excursions (some also in other files); includes sketches by K Fell during visit to the Isle of Man in 1931,and field meetings notebook. Seascale Group, (folder) : papers relating to the Seascale Group of CWAAS plus correspondence directly with James Cherry; offprints ( Peter Cherry and Jim Cherry, Coastline and Upland in the Cumbrian Neolithic, Northern Archaeology, 13/14, 1996, and A report on Archaeological sites in South-West Cumberland (Wasdale, October 1955) by E D Hyam to the Chairman of the South West Cumberland Regional Group [of CWAAS]. WDX 1408/2/5 Prehistoric Sites and Finds, n.d. ( 2 notebooks) : District 10 Seathwaite and Dunnerdale; District 15 (formerly 4) Parishes in Furness; District 18 (formerly 17) Grange and Cartmel plus Furness unprovenanced ; and District 19 (formerly 18) Furness. WDX 1408/2/6 Index Cards, n.d : three sets of index cards with correspondence with Robin Kenward : duplicate Cumberland and Westmorland prehistory; triplicate prehistoric objects Furness etc; and incomplete duplicate set Furness and Cartmel. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

190 Box B WDX 1408/2/7 Committee papers, ( 4 folders) :- Minutes, correspondence and other documents relating to CWAAS. Key dates : 1937 joined the Society, and Committee for Prehistoric Studies; 1945 on the Council; chairman of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies; Vice- President, and joined Excavation Committee; President; chairman of the Fieldwork and Excavation Committee. Box C WDX 1408/2/7 Committee papers, (3 folders) : minutes, correspondence and other documents relating to CWAAS. WDX 1408/2/8 Wraysholme Tower file, (folder) : correspondence relating to the project to raise funds for the restoration of Wraysholme Tower (See CWAAS Trans. vol. 76 pp and vol. 46, pp ); Clare Fell raised 2000 to match 2000 given by the Ministry of Works. WDX 1408/2/9 WDX 1408/3 Miscellaneous early papers, (folder) : early CWAAS literature; correspondence concerning Sir Matthew Fell (her father); letter from W G Collingwood, 1925; and letter from [C W] Dymond. Trusts and Committees ( 2 boxes) including correspondence, meeting minutes and clippings Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

191 WDX 1408/3/1 Box A Lake District Museum Trust, (3 folders) Meeting agendas, minutes, correspondence and clippings relating to the Lake District Museum Trust which was responsible for the administration of Abbot Hall Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry. Clare Fell was on the Executive Committee of Abbot Hall Museum and a Governor for the LDMT. The papers cover the establishment of the Museum in the Old Stables, and later amalgamation of the Art Gallery Trust with the LDMT (1 October 1978), plus management of the Kendal Borough Museum. WDX 1408/3/3 Box B Treloar Trust, (folder) Clare Fell supported the work of the Treloar Trust for physically disabled children for over thirty years (as her mother, Lady Fell, had done for forty years before that), co-ordinating donations from the Ulverston area over many years, and contributing on a regular basis to the fund. The Treloar Trust incorporated The Lord Mayor Treloar College for the Education and Care of Disbaled Boys and Girls, Alton, Hampshire. The file includes papers, annual reports, correspondence and clippings. WDX 1408/3/4 Brathay Hall Trust (folder) : includes correspondence and brochures. Clare Fell was on the committee. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

192 WDX 1408/3/5 WDX 1408/3/6 WDX 1408/4 RESCUE, (folder) : papers relating to the RESCUE group, including Manchester Deansgate excavation (1972). The National Trust, (folder) : the file includes correspondence and papers relating to the management of the Roman Fort at Ambleside. Clare Fell was a member of the Advisory Committee (Archaeological Advisor), Archaeological Societies and Cumbria County Council ( 1 box), including correspondence and clippings WDX 1408/4/1 Council for British Archaeology, (folder) :chiefly CBA Group 3 North. WDX 1408/4/2 The Prehistoric Society, (folder) : correspondence mostly relating to the Society s trip to Cumbria, 1989; and annotated copy of Past, 8 January WDX 1408/4/3 SEARCH Archaeology Group, (folder) : correspondence with Steve Dickinson, and clippings. WDX 1408/4/4 Lakeland Industrial Archaeology, (folder) : correspondence with Michael Davies- Shiel, and Newsletters. WDX 1408/4/5 Cumbria County Council, (folder) : correspondence, mostly relating to the Sites and Monuments record and to planning concerns. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

193 WDX 1408/4/5 - Miscellaneous files ( 2 boxes), including clippings, correspondence Box A WDX 1408/5/1 Correspondence, n.d (2 folders) : miscellaneous correspondence sorted by date. WDX 1408/5/2 Newspaper and magazine clippings, (3 folders) : local archaeology, ; general archaeology, ; and nonarchaeological, various dates. WDX 1408/5/3 Obituaries ( folder) : correspondence, clippings, etc. See also WDX 1408/5/1 and 1408/2 WDX 1408/5/4 Forestry Commission Reports, 1953 (folder) : Grizedale Forest Working Plan for the Hardwood Working Circle; Tour of Forestry Commissioners, October WDX 1408/5/5 WDX 1408/5/6 Draft of MA thesis by P J Smith relating to the history of archaeology as a discipline at Cambridge University; file includes correspondence. Assorted publications : Gertrude E Jennings,The Bathroom Door (1916), a One Act farce, in which Clare Fell played Elderly Gentleman ; John Fell of Flan How, Some Illustrations of Home Life in Lonsdale North of the Sands ; C I Fell and B G Fell, The Fells of Row End, Pennington (1968); R S Boumphrey, C Roy Hudleston and J Hughes, An Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale (1975); C Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

194 Cumberland Families and Heraldry (CWAAS Extra Series XXII); notes on local dialect. Both of the books by Roy Hudleston et al. are inscribed to Clare by Roy Hudleston, June WDX 1408/6 WDX 1408/6/1 Graphic material ( box) including photographs, slides, prints Miscellaneous drawings, n.d : archaeological subject mostly prehistoric pottery. WDX 1408/6/2 Miscellaneous slides (and glass plates), n.d : various presentation and personal slides, relating to archaeology and local history. WDX 1408/6/3 WDX 1408/6/4 WDX 1408/6/5 WDX 1408/6/6 WDX 1408/7 WDX 1408/7/1 Miscellaneous photographs, n.d., including Prehistoric pottery, Fengate artefacts, Starr Carr, Megaliths, stone and bronze tools, Lowther church hogbacks. York Minster, photographs and engravings, n.d : Saxon MS etc. and York Minster, sent to Clare Fell by Revd. F Harrison. Lake District engravings, n.d ; various engravings of Lake District scenes. IA pottery drawings, n.d : UK and Holland Roger Quirk s files ( box) relating to the Friends of the Lake District and Footpaths Society. Friends of the Lake District, (folder): files belonging to Roger Quirk : correspondence and clippings, ; Ullswater water supply, 1962; supply of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

195 electricity; motorboats (Coniston), ; Ordnance Survey (1948); High Bethecar Electricity Line, ; and Nibthwaite telephone box, WDX 1408/7/2 WDX 1408/8 WDX 1408/8/1 WDX 1408/8/2 WDX 1408/8/3 WDX 1408/8/4 WDX 1408/8/5 Commons Open Spaces and Footpaths Preservation Society, (4 folders): minutes, October 1955 December 1959; Journal, November 1953 July Rolled maps and drawings including drawings, plan, plots and annotated maps OS maps of the Lake District annotated with sites of artefacts, field monuments and settlements. Archaeological site plans, 1970s : Birks Farms, New Hutton, near Kendal (SD : 1:200) 4 copies, D C Fiddes, 1975; scooped platform site, Frosthwaite Farm near Levens (SD 5086 : 1:2500) D C Fiddes, 1973; Halhead (SD ; 1:299) P Bettess and J Piper, Illustrations : mostly pencil drawings of pottery, litics, metal tools. Plots of sites/finds in Cumbria and UK Annotated geological maps (colour) Appendix : Publications related to WDX 1408/1 Offprints present in WDX 1408/1/1 B Bunch and C Fell, A stone axe factory at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, Westmorland, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 15, 1949, pp Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

196 J A Dixon and C I Fell, Some Bronze Age Burial Circles at Lacra near Kirksanton,CW2, XLVIII, 1949, pp C Fell, A Bronze Spear-head from Woundale Raise, Troutbeck, CW2, XLIX, 1950, pp C Fell, The Great Langdale stone-axe factory, CW2, L, 1951, pp C Fell, A Beaker Burial on Sizergh Fell, near Kendal,CW2,LIII, 1954, pp. 1-5 C Fell, Further notes on the Great Langdale axe factory, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 20, 1954, pp C Fell, Three Polished Stone Axes, CW2,LIV,1955, pp. 1-4 C Fell, A Viking Spear-head from Kentmere, CW2,LVI, 1957, pp C Fell, Middle Bronze Age Urns from Furness, CW2, LVII, 1958, pp C Fell, Stone axe from Seascale, CW2, LXVII, 1967, p.230 C Fell, Tanged and barbed flint arrow or lance- head, possibly from Ehenside Tarn, CW2 LXVII, 1967, pp C Fell, Early settlement in the Lake Counties (Dalesman, Clapham, Yorkshire, 1972) C Fell, Neolithic Finds from Brougham, CW2 LXXII, 1972, pp C Fell, Bronze Age Food Vessel Burial at Glebe Farm, Brownrigg, Lazonby Fell,CW2 LXXIII, 1973, p.348. C Fell, An engraved, polished stone axe, supposed to have been found at Pike of Stickle, Great Langdale, CW2 LXXX, 1980, pp C Fell, Peregrine Bertie s link with the Lake Counties, CW2 LXXXV, 1985, p. 250 C Fell, Fieldwalking in the Solway Plain : Flints, CW2 LXXXV, 1985, p.255 C Fell, Note on a polished stone axe found north of Lawrence House, Levens, at c.sd , CW2 LXXXVII, pp C I Fell, Bronze Age Connections Between the Lake District and Ireland, CW2 XL, 1940, pp C I Fell, The Cumbrian Type of Polished Stone Axe and its Distribution in Britain, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society XXX, 1964, pp Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

197 C I Fell, Some Cairns in High Furness, CW2 LXIV, 1964, pp. 1-5 C I Fell, Two Enlarged Food Vessels from How Hill, Thursby, CW2 LXVII, 1967, pp C I Fell, Committee for Prehistoric Studies Unpublished records for Westmorland and Lancashire North of the Sands, 1940 May 1970, CW2 LXXI, 1971, pp.1-11 C I Fell, Some Notes on Unrecorded Prehistoric Finds and Sites, CW2 LXXIV, 1974, pp. 1-7 C I Fell and R Hogg, A Food-vessel from Springfield, near Ainstable, CW2 LXII, 1962, pp W Fletcher and C I Fell, Stone-based huts and other structures at Smithy Beck, Ennerdale, CW2 LXXXVII, 1987, pp T Manby, The distribution of rough-out Cumbrian and related axes of Lake District origin in Northern England, CW2 LXV, 1965, pp T G E Powell, C I Fell, W P Corcoran and F Barnes, Excavations at Skelmore Heads near Ulverston, 1957 and 1959, CW2 LXIII, 1963, pp.1-30 G G S Richardson and C I Fell, Unpublished Excavations by the late Miss K S Hodgson F.S.A., CW2 LXXV, 1975, pp Publications referenced in WDX 1408/1/7 (not present) M C Burkitt, The old stone age : a study of Palaeolithic times (Cambridge UP, 1933) P A G Clack, D W Harding, P F Gosling and Northern Archaeological Survey, Archaeology in the North : Report of The Northern Archaeological Survey (Northern Archaeological Survey, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1976) G Daniel, The prehistoric chamber tombs of England and Wales (Cambridge UP, 1950) R Gambles, Man in Lakeland : 2000 years of human settlement (Dalesman, Clapham, Lancaster, 1975) L V Grinsell, The ancient burial-mounds of England (Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn., 1975) J D Marshall, Furness and the industrial revolution : an economic history of Furness ( ) and the town of Barrow ( ) with an epilogue (Printed by J Milner for the Barrow-in-Furness Library and Museum Committee, 1958) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

198 J G Milne and T Rackett, Finds of Greek coins in the British Isles : the evidence reconsidered in the light of the Rackett collection from Dorset (Oxford UP, 1948) W H Pearsall and W Pennington, The Lake District: a landscape history (Collins, London, 1973) W Rollinson, A history of man in the Lake District (Dent, London, 1967) A H Smith, The Place-Names of Westmorland (English Place-Name Society vols. XLII and XLIII, Cambridge UP, 1967) J Waterhouse, The stone circles of Cumbria (Phillimore, Chichester, 1985) Off- prints present in WDX 1408/1/3 J G D Clark and C I Fell, The Early Stone Age Site at Micklemoor Hill, West Harling, Norfolk and its Pottery, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 1, 1953, pp C Fell and E J W Hildyard, Prehistoric Weardale a new survey (1953) C I Fell, The Hunsbury Hill-Fort, Northants. A new survey of the material, The Archaeological Journal XCIII, 1937, pp C I Fell, A late Bronze Age Urnfield and Grooved Ware Occupation at Honington,Suffolk, Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society XLV, 1952, pp C I Fell, An Early Iron Age Settlement at Linton, Cambridgeshire, Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society XLVI, 1953, pp C I Fell, Shenbarrow Hill Camp, Stanton, Gloucestershire, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society 80, 1961, pp C I Fell and E J W Hildyard, Prehistoric Weardale A new survey, Archaeologia Aeliana 4 th series XXXI, 1953, pp.98 [115] C I Fell and E J W Hildyard, More Flints from Weardale A Postscript, Archaeologia Aeliana 4 th series XXXIV, 1956, pp C I Fell, T C Lethbridge, and G H S Bushwell, Archaeological Notes, Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society XLII, 1949, pp C I Fell and J Liversidge, Archaeological Notes, Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society XLVII, 1954, pp Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

199 C F C Hawkes and C I Fell, The Early Iron Age Settlement at Fengate, Peterborough. Based on a study by Clare I Fell, The Archaeological Journal C, 1945, pp The following letters of Clare Fell comprise the principal contents of a folder held by Kendal Archive Centre ;- WDSO 99/7 Three letters and a postcard from Clare Fell to Dorathy [ Morgan] concerning the late Dorothy Charlesworth, 8 June May 1983, Clare Fell preparing a talk about her for CBA Group 3 in April 1983 and seeking photographs of her; refers to a photograph of Dorothy Charlesworth published by The Sunday Times on 14 October 1973 and to Dorathy [Morgan] s excavations with Dorothy Charlesworth including a photograph of the latter at Milecastle 37 (Housesteads).taken by Dorathy [Morgan] Mr Charles J Ferguson ( ; member of the Society, ; Vice-President, [c.1894] 1904) For a tribute to the work of Mr C J Ferguson ( a younger brother of Mr Richard S Ferguson), including a list of the papers which he contributed to Transactions, see his In Memoriam entry in CW2, v, 1905, pp ; this text refers to him as being chiefly occupied in building and restoring churches...his restorations of Naworth Castle and Muncaster Castle are well known, and his model for the rebuilding of Bamburgh Castle was the centre of unusual interest in the architectural room of the Royal Academy at the exhibition of The Carlisle Patriot, 2 December 1904, published an obituary of Mr Ferguson. There is an entry for Mr Ferguson in Antonia Brodie et al., editors, The Directory of British Architects (3 rd ed., RIBA, 2001), p.641. In the context of their major role in saving Tullie House and extending its buildings to provide a public library, museum and school of art, opened in 1893, there are a number of references to both C J Ferguson and his brother, Richard S Ferguson, in Denis Perriam and David Ramshaw, Carlisle s First Learning Centre : Tullie House (P3 Publications, Carlisle, 2016). Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

200 There are a large number of references to Mr Ferguson s architectural work in Matthew Hyde and Nikolaus Pevsner,The Buildings of England : Cumbria : Cumberland, Westmorland and Furness ( Yale University Press, 2010, revised edition 2014). Wikipedia s entry for C J Ferguson includes a useful List of [architectural] works by C J Ferguson in Cumbria and elsewhere, accompanied by photographs, dates and notes. Both TNA s Discovery database and also CASCAT record a large number of records of Mr C J Ferguson held by the four branches of the Cumbria Archive Service, principally his plans of buildings held in the Ca/E4 sequence of the records of the City of Carlisle Surveyor and Engineer s Department, held by Carlisle Archive Centre. In addition, the following plans by C J Ferguson are held by Carlisle Library s Local Studies Collection :- Reference CL, Z 213 CL, Z 214 CL, Z 215 CL, Z 223 Z 226 Description The Keep, Appleby Castle : Ground Plan (coloured), 15 November 1885 The Keep, Appleby Castle : North Elevation, 16 November 1885; [reproduced, in black and white, at a reduced scale, in R S Ferguson s paper on The Earthworks and Keep, Appleby Castle, CW1, viii, 1886, between pp. 386 & 387] Ruins at Bewley Castle : coloured plan and SE and NE elevations, 16 November 1885 [reproduced, in black and white, at a reduced scale, in R S Ferguson s paper on The Episcopal Residences of the Bishop of Carlisle, No.1 Buley or Bewley Castle, CW1, viii, 1886, between pp. 412 & 413. Carlisle Castle : The Keep Tower : first floor and basement plans, ref. Z 223; 2 nd and 3 rd floor plans, ref. Z 224; south elevation, ref. Z 225; and section looking south,ref. Z 226. Covering Years Note : None of these (coloured) plans (Z , Z ) are dated or credited to any person but are presumed to be by C J Ferguson, R S Ferguson in his paper Carlisle Castle, CW1, ii, 1876, recording that the valuable plans and section of the keep given with this paper were made at his [Mr G Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

201 T Clark of Dowlais ] suggestion. All these plans and section were reproduced, in black and white, at a reduced scale, in CW1, ii, 1876, between pp. 72 & 73. Mr Richard S Ferguson ( ); member of the Society, ; editor of Transactions, ; President, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Richard Ferguson (including lists of his publications), see In Memoriam. Richard S Ferguson, MA, LLM, FSA, Chancellor of Carlisle; President and Editor of our Society in CW1, xvi, 1900, pp. vii xx. See, too, the entry for Richard Ferguson by E I Carlyle, revised by Angus Winchester, in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, which notes that there are letters from R S Ferguson to the 9 th Earl of Carlisle amongst the archives at Castle Howard, Yorkshire, besides correspondence, manuscripts and antiquarian notes held in the Jackson collection of Carlisle Library. [TNA s Discovery website records c. 26 letters of R S Ferguson to the 9 th Earl of Carlisle, 1879 c. 1900, as held at Castle Howard, ref. J22/43.] Oil portrait of Richard Ferguson, Chancellor of the Diocese of Carlisle, by George Harcourt Sephton, 1896 (image: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust). Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

202 There are 23 entries for R S Ferguson on CASCAT, including CAC(Barrow) BPR 7/1/3/11, described below :- CAC(Barrow), BPR7/1/3/11 CAC(Barrow), WPR4/1/2/24 Two letters from R S Ferguson to [the vicar] about a paten and chalice at Ulpha, Letter of R S Ferguson to Revd Summers about the chalice, Cartmel Fell Chapel, In addition, Barrow Archive and Local Studies Centre holds a folder of correspondence of Chancellor Ferguson with Mr Harper Gaythorpe, (principally the letters written by Chancellor Ferguson), ref. Z The subjects of this correspondence comprises the foundations at Park, Dalton in Furness; Furness Abbey Fund; a Chester Roman inscription; chapbooks; Chapel Meadow remains; the arms of Curwen of Urswick; and the publication of Mr Gaythorpe s papers in the Transactions of CWAAS. Also in the folder are press cuttings of the obituaries of Chancellor Ferguson published in the Manchester Guardian, 5 March 1900, and the Scotsman, 5 March Besides the papers of Chancellor Ferguson as Editor of Transactions (see the entry above under the heading of the papers of the Editor of Transactions), the following papers of Chancellor Ferguson are also now held by Carlisle Archive Centre: CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 :in Acc.H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. ZB93) Two copies of Ordnance Survey ins. = 1 mile Cumberland (Eastern Division) sheet XXIII. 3, surveyed in 1865 and reprinted in 1882, marked up [by R S Ferguson] to note it is a Plan of results of excavations made in 1886 by the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society in connection with the Pilgrimage along the Roman Wall of that year. A report will be found in the 9 th volume of the Society s Transactions ; identifies the Line of the Roman Wall according to Ordnance Survey proved wrong by excavation 1886, the site of the Roman camp at Stanwix, Probable 1882, 1886 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

203 Roman Road from the River Eden south to Carlisle Castle, Modern road 1812 [Scotland Road], etc. One of the copies of the OS map has additional text, to record Stone pillars, marked Roman Wall Site of 1886, have been placed at the points A,B,D,E and F. That at E has also on it North Ditch R.S.F. CAC(Carlisle), Scrapbook [of R S Ferguson] DSO1:in Acc.H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. 2A 571) Pasted on to the pages of the scrapbook are the following various prints and sepia photographs, etc., many of them uncaptioned : Print of drawing of [? a ceiling] featuring coats of arms and the date Prints of drawings of the obverse and reverse of four coins ( Obs. Carl ) Sketch map of the city of Carlisle (the Courts to the Cathedral) [in the Middle Ages] marking the property of the Black Canons, n.d. [? late 19 th C.] [? late 19 th century] Prints of floor plans and elevation of Burneside Hall taken from Machel s MSS Vol. II c.1692, n.d. [? late 19 th C.] [? late 19 th century] Print of drawing of ceiling of a room in a house near the Cocker Bridge and Castle at Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

204 Cockermouth and the arms over the fireplace of the same room. Sketches of sculptural fragments including a piscina found at Calder Abbey. Prints, sketches and photographs of sculptural stones, etc. those captioned/identified being : Coat of arms and inscription over the gateway, Askham Hall, Westmorland (print) Sculptured door-head slab found in Hutton John Tower (print) Foundation of screen? adjoining 1 st pillar of nave, Calder Abbey (drawing) Calder Abbey drawings of sculptural stones found in garden and in wall of stableyard and of segment of arch c.1170 Middleton Hall archways and datestone of 1688 (photos.) Two stones, one noted as Ehenside. Wall (86) Archaeologia XLIV p.2 & 4 (photos.) Plate Shipley Dorsetshire (photo.) Reproduction of title page of the Dormont Book of Carlisle, Photographs of [Bewcastle Cross] and of [mediaeval grave slabs] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

205 Photograph of entries in register of baptisms including Jonathan son of John Maugham of the How, bap. 29 July [? 18 th C.] Photograph of Eskdale Vicarage H N Creeny AM Incumbent. Photo. of the cottage at Ellenborough in which Edward Law, Baron Ellenborough, Lord Chief Justice of the King s Bench, was born on 16 Nov Photo. of plan of earthwork near Snittlegarth, Torpenhow, examined by Joseph Robinson, Maryport, 11 June Photograph of [? Bronze Age] vessels from (?) Leacet Hill Photo. of sculptural stone from near Aspatria Photographs of [Communion cups and a Paten ] and of Latin stone inscription (requesting prayers for the soul of Abbot William Thornton), etc. Photo. of An Early English Cope Mayer Collection Print of engraving of The Chair of Robert Burns now in the library of Joseph Mayer, Lord St., Liverpool (J McGehey, lith., 39 Paradise St., Liverpool) Print of engraving of Burns Candlestick now in the possession of Joseph Mayer, Lord St., Liverpool ( McGehey, lith., Liverpool) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

206 Print of view of The Assembly and Public Sale Room at the Merchant s Coffee-House in the Strand, Liverpool, after the drawing made for Joseph Mayer, FSA, pulled down 1888 (J E Worrell del. and lith.) Print of view of The Merchant s Coffee-House and Assembly Room in the Strand, Liverpool, after the drawing made for Joseph Mayer, FSA, pulled down Photo. of [the head of a crozier] Printed text of The Cumbrian Foxhunter Tune Bonnie Dundee, Nov (text of verses) 1881 Print of drawing of Mosaique Romaine, decouverte le 20 Decembre 1883, pres la Halle Centrale a Nimes Sketch (on linen) of Views of the Circus of the Brittons on ye Bank of ye Louther near Penrith Aug. 15th 1725 [appears to be the tracing of plate 84 of William Stukeley, Itinerarium Curiosum (1776) which William Atkinson made to accompany his paper On some Earthworks near Eamont Bridge, CW 1, vi, 1883, reproduced between pp. 450 and 451] (1725) Photo. of the cottage at Ellenborough in which Baron Ellenborough was born on 16 Nov [ a different view to the photo. above] Armorial [book plate] of Egerton Francis Mead MacCarthy, MA CAC(Carlisle), Scrapbook [of R S Ferguson] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

207 DSO1: in Acc.H12969 (prior to July 2015 held by Carlisle Library, ref. 2A 571) Pasted on to the sheets of the scrapbook are the following, in this order : Cuttings from the Gentleman s Magazine 1740 (pp ) : Roman Altar to Fortune [at Netherby] and [? from the same journal] The Figure of a Stone found in Cast steeds [sic] Garden, near the grand Fort Petrianus. Cuttings [? from the Gentleman s Magazine] : Two imperfect Roman Altars discover d in 1755, near Carlisle (sketches of) and (separate) published description of (in the form of a letter to the editor) [1757]. Engraving of A Votive Altar lately dug up near Old Carlisle and print of a letter about it (1756) 1740 [1757] 1756 Sketch of the above Votive Altar [? basis for a print] Cutting from the Gentleman s Magazine, 1740, describing stone found near Micklegate, York pp. [224] -225 : Antique Inscription New Church Ceremonies (on stones at Roman garrison on the water of Red, Northumberland (Risingham Castle)) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

208 Engraving of Roman Sculptural Stone, Trinity College, Cambridge (published 1 Feb by W Clarke, New Bond St.) Engraving of Roman Altar, found at Alston Moor, Northumberland (published 1 Feb by W Clarke, New Bond St.) Engraving of Roman Sculptural Stone, Brecknockshire (published 1 Feb by W Clarke, New Bond St.) Engraving of Roman Altar found on the site of the Roman Wall, near Burgh by Sands, n.d. [? early 19 th C.] [? early 19 th century] Watercolour sketch of [Roman altar] found near Old Carlisle Photos. of a jar and of a stone (unidentified) Print of Representation of some Antique Figures [found near Old Carlisle], p. 179 [? from Gentleman s Magazine], Photographs of a stone and of a Roman inscription Cutting [from a journal] concerning finds made at Old Carlisle, making reference to Robert Ferguson s communication, etc., n.d. [ c. 1864] Cutting from Gentleman s Magazine, August 1755, describing and illustrating Roman altars and a trough found at Old Carlisle [c.1864] 1755 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

209 Photograph of group of sculptural stone, etc. from Chesterholm Robinson photoed [sic] [Galley proof] of text on Roman altar at St Swithin s [Lincoln], taking the form of a letter from Revd. Precentor Venables with an appended letter from Prof. E Hubner, n.d [1884] [1884] Photo. of Roman inscription [on tombstone] to Ania Lucilla aged 55 years. Transcript of inscription on a Roman altar now in the flower garden at Castlesteads, found 12 May 1856 at Cambeckhill in the parish of Irthington (giving the dimensions of the stone, and precisely where it was found in the field called High-holme). 4 photographs of a Roman mosaic pavement : pavement, excavation site (including hut and gentleman with a camera), pallisaded excavation site, and men excavating ; n.d. [? 1870s] [? 1870s] 3 more photos. of men excavating the same site, it being noted [by Ferguson] that these are 7 Photographs of Excavations at Roman Villa at [gap] in Kent. Photo. of sculpture Deae Matres English St. Carlisle C & W Trans. Vol. VII p.114 [ 1884] Proc. SA. 2 nd series vol. IX p. 326 [1884] Engravings of [Roman lamp] [related to the article in Trans. Vol. VII, 1884]. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

210 MS copy of Map of Britain according to Ptolemy rectified, copied from Henry s History of Great Britain; MS copy of Map of Britain according to the Itinerary of Antoninus Henry s Hist; MS copy of A Map of Britain according to the Notitia Imperia Henry s History. (All three copies cover the North of England and part of the Midlands and the writing suggests they might have been made in the 18 th century.) [? 18 th century] Photo. of sculptural fragments including those from a? an early Christian tombstone. 2 photos. of sculptural stones and photo. of stone inscribed..praef. Coh. II. Pannon. Fecit Photo. of Roman sculptural stone and other stones, and two photos. of [Roman altar]. Photo. of standing stone [? milestone] Photos. of [Roman altar] From (?) Mcaety Arch. Jornal 39 ; Roman tombstone; plan of buildings..camp, Maryport, drawn by John H Harvey, Maryport ; Roman inscriptions; Roman milestone (at Chesterholm, photographed by Joseph Robinson, Maryport, 29 May 1882, presented through the Mayor of Carlisle (R S Ferguson) 7 August 1882 ; a [? milecastle on the Roman Wall]; and various sculptural stones. 1882, n.d. Photographs of the exterior of : Uldale Old Church; Uldale Rectory; Tankerley Old Hall, Yorkshire; Mexbro [Mexborough] Church near Doncaster; Worsbro [Worsbrough] Church, near Barnsley, Yorkshire; Hooton Pagnell Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

211 Church, near Doncaster; Brodsworth Church; and Ecclesfield Church,near Sheffield. Photograph of the interior of Wath upon Dearne church [Yorkshire] (looking towards the altar). Print of engravings of the seals of the Keeper of Spiritualities of the Diocese of Carlisle Sede Vacante [?16 th C] and of the Chancellor of the Bishop of Carlisle [?17 th C] Photograph of a display of armour, including a suit of armour [? of the late 16 th century], beside a fireplace. Besides the papers described above, there is a considerable quantity of Chancellor Ferguson s antiquarian notes and correspondence, etc. held by Carlisle Library s Local Studies section, some of which is very summarily listed in James P Hinds, Bibliotheca Jacksoniana : Catalogue (Carlisle Public Library Committee, 1909), with most of it being (it is believed) summarily listed on the alphabetically arranged card indices of the Local Studies collection under his name. The following attempts to provide fuller lists of some of the major elements of this collection as also sample calendars of some of the more minor antiquarian correspondence on specific subjects :- CL,1F.FER Envelope of correspondence, etc. concerning hippo sandal, [? c. 1886] 1887 :- Letter from (Revd.) Henry Ware, Vicarage, Kirkby Lonsdale, to Chancellor [Ferguson], 28 September 1887, stating that he sends him a sketch of our Hippo Sandal and that he will make a similar one to send to Gen. Pitt Rivers; he showed the find itself to our old 1887 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

212 Blacksmith who said it was like a sort of horse shoe which used to be used in his youth upon the horses and to which flat pieces of wood were attached to keep horses from sinking in the estuaries of Morecambe Bay. Pencil sketch of a loop Sledge used at Williamson Knarsdale, 1832, n.d. [? c. 1887]. Letter from Arthur (?) Oakshott, 34 Drummond Place, Edinburgh, to R S Ferguson, Esq., FSA, 9 December 1887, stating that has been half killed with work but now on the way to wellness; he never saw the ends of the shafts of carts without wheels shod with iron but some of them may have been shod etc; asks who invented the name of Hippo sandals, an objectionable name; has not seen Gen. Pitt Rivers s book but hopes he will deposit a copy in the library of the National Museum of Antiquities so that he can see it. Letter from John E Price, 25 Great Russell St., Bloomsbury, [London], to R S Ferguson, Esq., FSA, 10 December 1887, stating that he has heard he has found a Hipposandal in Westmorland ; he printed some years ago what he thought was an exhaustive illustrated paper on the subject in vols. 3 or 4 of the Transactions of the London and Middlesex Arch. Society; wishes to acquire a copy of RSF s MPs of Cumberland and suggests that the two societies [ CWAAS and the London and Middlesex Arch. Society] exchange publications. Cutting from a [British] journal of an article Among the Indians in British Columbia by [? c.1887] [? c. 1886] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

213 S.T.D. from sketches by HRH ( J Swain Eng[raver] ) ; features sketches of Indians travelling with a sledge; n.d. [? c. 1886]. CL,2F.FER Ring-binder of correspondence and other papers of [Richard S Ferguson] acquired from [Major] R S Ferguson (grandson of Mr Ferguson) in August p.1 (attached to page) Letter from N Thompson Watkin, 13 Mount Vernon Road, Liverpool, to James Mawson, 27 May 1873 : seeks the whereabouts of an inscribed stone found at Ambleside (mentioned in the Archaeological Journal, Vol. II p.395, where it is stated that a drawing of it was exhibited), suggesting that it might be in Lord Lonsdale s collection. Letter from James Mawson, Lowther, to N Thompson Watkin, Liverpool, 3 March 1873 : states that he encloses two rough sketches of the only inscriptions at Lowther Castle from Kirkby Thore. Letter from N Thompson Watkin, 13 Mount Vernon Road, Liverpool, to James Mawson, 7 March 1873 : thanks him for copies of inscriptions (glad the one to Jupiter Serapis survives, noting that a sketch of it was published in the Gentleman s Magazine for 1738, and presuming that the other fragment is one of those found in 1859), and asking if it is a portion of a tombstone bearing the figure of a horseman trampling a prostrate foe. Copy of part of a letter from Dr Bruce to Mr Clayton, n.d. [? c. 1873] : wishes to bring to the attention of Lord [? Lonsdale] that the [? c. 1873] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

214 Roman altars and other sculptures throughout Cumberland and Westmorland are exposed to weather and in danger of destruction, mentioning stones found at Old Carlisle and inscriptions at Wigton Hall (now occupied by a schoolmaster), and suggesting the stones at Wigton Hall be moved, with Miss Aglionby s permission, to Lowther; also refers to the altar to Bellona in the garden of the Red Dial public house near Wigton which he thinks might be secured for Lowther. Letter from J Wood, Clifton Rectory, Penrith, to James Mawson, 10 September 1866 : states he encloses a sketch from a pencilling of the Roman altar found at Clifton (which had been removed from the garden at Colddale Hall, Newtown, near Carlisle) and hopes to find where it was taken to, noting it was laid before the Antiquarian Society at Newcastle. Letter from [Revd] James Simpson, Kirkby Stephen, to Mr Baldock, 31 August 1866 : quotes from Mr Hodgson s description of Westmorland about the fragment (upper half) of an altar found in 1739 in a field wall near Kirkby Thore Rectory, and states that he (JS) and Mr Crosby had the fragment taken out of the garden wall and it is the portion of an altar you have at Lowther ; letter annotated by? M.G. that Mr Baldock gave this letter to James Mawson who answered it. p. 2 Mr [? Thomas] Dobinson s account as Under Sheriff to Mr Appleby, n.d. [? 1738 or??1724]. These accounts appear mainly to relate to county court proceedings but they also include a record of payments to Mr [? 1738 or?? 1724] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

215 Highmore for Judges Lodgings, etc; to soldiers attending the execution of James Tinling; and for erecting gallows. p.3 Cutting from [ Newcastle Daily Journal ]n.d. [-September 1895] : comprises letter to the editor from Cadwallader J Bates, Annecy, Haute Savoie, 4 September 1895, about the turf wall between the Roman fort of Birdoswald and the second milecastle west of it at Wallbour and the excavations of Mr Haverfield. p.4 Printed circular letter of J C Wannop and four others [named], Carlisle, 30 May 1888, notifying recipients of a meeting of members of the Albert Club, Carlisle (established in 1840, though the attendance had fallen away) at the Lion and Lamb Hotel, Carlisle, on 7 June 1888, to consider arrangements for the future custody of the records and properties of the Club. p. 5 Press cuttings from Notes & Queries, 2 and 16 May 189 [?6], including Richard S Ferguson s [published] letters concerning a ten-pointed diamond (paste) star of white metal, which he concludes belonged to a Southwark society in the late 18 th century. p.5 (sic) Letters from (Miss) Florence Peacock, Dunstan House, Kirton in Lindsey, to Mr Ferguson, 7 and 26 March 1896, concerning the paste star [?6] 1896 p.5 (sic) Letters of Richard S Ferguson, Lowther Street, Carlisle, to Mr Stephenson, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

216 and 31 March 1896, concerning the diamond (paste) star sent to him by Miss Peacock. p. 5 (sic) Letter of E W Brabrook, Registry of Friendly Societies, London, to Mr Mill Stephenson, 13 April 1896, and postcard of R S Ferguson to Mr Mill Stephenson, 13 April 1896, both about the badge; also [Mr R S Ferguson] s notes on late 18 th century political societies. p. 6 Reprint from the Carlisle Journal, 18 September 1819, of a report on Carlisle Gas Lights, including the scale of charges to be levied. p.7 Reprint from the Carlisle Patriot, 13 May 1870, of Auld Lang Syne in Cumberland (text of pastoral verses). p.8 Printed circular letter of Samuel [Goodenough, bishop of] Carlisle, Berners Street, [London], 5 January 1825, to Rev. Sir, notifying him that he intends to hold a general Confirmation at the places at which he will visit his clergy at the ensuing Midsummer, and requesting them in the meantime and giving advice etc. on encouraging young persons to offer and prepare themselves for confirmation. p.9 Letter from? J Ross, 13 Church Hill, Edinburgh, to Ch[ancello]r [Ferguson], 18 May 1896, concerning his great uncle,? Revd Robert Symmer, FRS, in the mid 18 th century and noting that he (JR) will find the parchments at Stone Houses on his return (1819) (1870) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

217 p.10 Letter of Rid. S.F. [Richard S Ferguson]. Lowther Street, Carlisle, to Miss Kupar, (14 March 1883), about Captain Morris and his purchase in 1710 of an estate at Far-manby in the parish of Addingham, Cumberland, and that he later sold it (in 1719) to the Dean and Chapter (as an endowment for the Grammar School [of Carlisle]). Manuscript extract from the County Annual Register, 1809, about Matthew Robinson (Morris), the late Lord Rokeby (b. 1713) (1809) p.10 (sic) [Richard S Ferguson s] extract of the Arms of Morris from Papworth Armorials. p.10 (sic) Letter from H B Lonsdale, solicitor, 23 Bank Street, Carlisle, to Mr R S Ferguson, 74 Lowther Street, Carlisle, 23 July 1883, welcoming the news that the Archaeological Society is to visit Bellbridge (sic) and stating that the date over the stable door is 1771, the year of the flood which destroyed the former bridge over the Calder at Bellbridge [Letter] from Lili Huper [to Richard S Ferguson], n.d., concerning Hawkesdale Hall and a proposed visit by [? the CWAAS], mentioning that an Indian Surgeon Major had lived there. Postcard from L Huper to the Mayor of Carlisle, Lowther Street, advising that he could get back almost as quickly from Hesket Newmarket as from Caldbeck from him to miss Warnel Fell; postmarked Malvern, 24 July [1883]. [1883] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

218 Loose in the ring-binder :- List of twelve persons, recording their ages and purchase money [? for annuities] and noting the total ( 223) and the difference to pay yearly as 8/17/- and then annuities of 2 ( 20), n.d; in the case of Richard Armitstead and William Hodgson, no age or purchase money is recorded, it being noted gratuitous while the other names include William Quayle aged 23, William Fell aged 43, John Howard aged 72, and Thomas Hastie aged 44. The paper is embossed BATH below a coronet. Letters to Miss Kupar from Richard S Ferguson, Lowther Street, Carlisle, (25 November 1882), H Whitmore, Sebergham Rectory, Carlisle (28 November 1882), and Albert Hartshorne, Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, London (25 December 1882) about Captain Thomas Morris (d. 1721) and his descendants, and transcript of Memoirs of Capt. Thomas Morris taken from the County Annual Register (Capt. Thomas Morris is stated to have married Jane Bell, daughter of Elizabeth Bell of Bell Bridge and to have had a house at Kirkbampton and property near Carlisle. Capt. Morris is noted as having been born in Carlisle in 1732 and having died in London in 1808) CL,2B9 Text of William Hutchinson, The History of the County of Cumberland, 2 vols.,1794, to which Chancellor R S Ferguson added his marginal notes (which date from the early 1870s to the 1890s), inserted MS text, engravings, press cuttings, photographs, etc., and had rebound into six volumes :- Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

219 [Vol. I] Pages of Vol. 1; near the front of the volume is [Chancellor R S Ferguson s] Explicatio noting that this copy of Hutchinson s Cumberland was bound up and interleaved by Revd. Jonathan Boucher [ ] and rebound by RSF into six volumes and is complete but has many additions. Besides providing summary information about the content of the individual volumes, Chancellor Ferguson notes that the marginal notes in blue signed Raine s notes are from a copy of this work once the property of James Raine and now belonging to Robert Ferguson Esq. of Morton; the Irton Hall Cd. cited in the MSS. notes is an interleaved copy of Cox s Magna Britannia with Speed s maps bound and with notes, newspaper cuttings etc. some signed as made by Edward Lamplugh, Irton, in 1792 and sold at the Irton Hall Sale in 1872 to Mrs Dykes of Dovenby; the loose letters by Ralph Thoresby and others are addressed to John Warburton Esq., Somerset Herald (from c to c. 1760) and the pedigrees in the book are in his writing; and that the notes marked Mr Maughan s Hutchinson are from a copy of Hutchinson belonging to the Revd. John Maughan, Rector of Bewcastle, and enriched with valuable notes by him and others (copied by him from a Hutchinson at Corby Castle) made by the late Henry Howard Esq. of Corby, these being initialled H.H. as a general rule. This volume contains inserted copies of pamphlets on Lanercost by R S and C J Ferguson, by Revd. Maughan and (on Lanercost s Cartulary) by Mackenzie Walcott, also many other printed and MS additions. The volume is noted as being received from the Town Clerk s Office, April (Vol. II) Pages 269 to 600 (the end) of Vol.1, with inserted MS and printed texts (including reprint of article by Dr M W Taylor on Penrith Castle with the author s compliments n.d. [1891]), engravings, press cuttings (1868, 1873, etc.), and a few photographs. The press cuttings include one noted as From a lecture read by Mr W Knowles before Cumb. and West. Arch. Soc. 29/8/72. Between pp. 272 and 273 is a MS note on the case of Joseph, George and Thomas Musgrave, sons of the late Sir Christopher Musgrave [ d.1704] and Elizabeth, his wife, decd., upon the taking off the duties on Scotch cattle by the Articles of Union, this note being recorded as taken from the collection of Broadsheets in possession of the Honble. Society of Lincoln s Inn. (Vol.III) Pages 3 (parish of Hale) 368 (parish of Ireby) of Vol.II, to which Chancellor Ferguson has added marginal notes, inserted MS text, engravings, press cuttings from the local press (including reports of CWAAS excursions and Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

220 texts by William Jackson), photographs, offprints (including from CWAAS Transactions), etc., also a few letters addressed to Chancellor Ferguson. His notes include those taken from the returns made to CWAAS by clergy describing monuments in their churches and churchyards. Loose in the volume is a MS plan of the Roman camp near Beckfoot drawn by John B Harvey, November The volume is recorded as having been acquired by the Jackson Library from the Town Clerk s Office, April [19]55. The inserted material includes :- Engraving of SW view of Egremont Castle, Print of MS Rough Plan of Egremont Castle and key to the same, 1879 [? produced for a visit by CWAAS] Photographic reproduction of Richard de Luci s charter to the burgesses of Egremont [c.1200] Photographic reproduction of grant of the church of St Bees by Ranulf Mischines to St Mary s church, York, n.d. [? late 12 th century] (noted as from Dr Haswell, Penrith and as Confirmation deed of the Abbey at St Bees ) Print of H D Rawnsley s Tercentenary Ode (concerning St Bees Grammar School), Engraving of Ingwall, Cumberland (the seat of F L B Dykes, Esq.), n.d. [? early 19 th century] The Distington Parish Magazine, No. 95, November [? early 19 th century] 1897 Prints of photographs of Brigham Church s exterior before (1863) and after (1876) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

221 restoration [ both photographs being reproduced in CWAAS Trans.OS, Vol. IV] Engraving of NW view of Cockermouth Castle, Reproduction of MS plan of Cockermouth Castle and key to the same, n.d. [? produced for the CWAAS s visit in 1878] Photograph of Workington Hall Engraving of View of Town and Vale of Keswick (from painting of 1758) Engraving of View from the Earl of Pocklington s Island, Derwentwater, Photographs of font at Bridekirk Church Photograph of [gravestones] found at Cross Canonby Church Three photographs of [Roman altars] found at Maryport Photograph of stone found at Maryport on which a sculpted snake and a face appear Engraving of interior of Aspatria Church, Floor plans of Blencogo (house and farm buildings), n.d. [? early 19 th century] Engraving of SE view of Holm Cultram Abbey, 1739 [? early 19 th century] 1739 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

222 Revd. Arthur Ashworth, The History of the Abbey of Holm Cultram (Wigton, 1870) Letter from Francis Grainger to R S Ferguson, 16 November 1895, enclosing a list of papers in the parish chest [at Abbey Town] Photograph of Roman inscribed stone at Holm Cultram Two photographs of Roman stones [at Raby Cote] (Vol. IV) Pages and of Vol. II of the original edition of Hutchinson s History, together with :- On printed pages numbered and , from an unidentified publication [? late 19 th century; Chancellor Ferguson, in the preface to Vol. 1, identifying it as the Book of Pleadings (?) set in the Great Fishery Case, the Mayor of Carlisle v. Graham, etc.] : transcripts of [part of] the Special Commission and Articles to be enquired into touching a Survey to be made of the lands of Leonard Dacre Esq (with a translation of the text); Survey of the Manor of Burgh upon Sands and other manors in Cumberland; Verdict and Presentment of the Jury of Survey on the attainder of Leonard Dacre Esq; Survey of the Possessions of Leonard Dacre Esq; (part of) Lease from the Earl of Norwich and others of fisheries in the River Eden; Lease by the Duke of Norfolk and Lord Newport to Sir John Lowther bart. of the Barony of Burgh, 1685; and Extracts from the Court Roll and Rental of the Barony of Burgh [ late 17 th century]. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

223 Engravings : N-W view of Highhead Castle (1739); views of Rose Castle, 1739, n.d. [18 th century] and early 19 th century; plan of Rose Csastle as it existed in 1874; ground plan of Rose Castle, n.d. [? 1870s]; also (pasted on to sheets) engravings of Roman altars and inscriptions found at Old Carlisle, Ellenborough, and near Carlisle, n.d. [? 18 th century] [? 1870s] A few press cuttings (the dated ones : 1794, , 1884 and 1891) Reprint of an article on the Early Rectors and Vicars of Dalston from Dalston Parish Magazine, June Mounted sepia photograph of Anthorn Cross [1892] Flyer on Proposed Augmentation of the Benefice of Kirklinton, in the Diocese of Carlisle, 1878, inviting further donations [1892] 1878 (Vol. V) (more recently rebound with the following title on the spine : The Antiquities of Cumberland Vol. 5 Notes by R S Ferguson ). Almost the whole of the volume was paginated by R S Ferguson, pp , with a few unpaginated pages at the end of the volume. On pp is the Introduction (pp. 1 42) of Vol. I of William Hutchinson, The History of the County of Cumberland, with press cuttings, notes, reprints, and tracing of maps inserted by Ferguson; on pp is pp (also the engraving of Roman tombstones opposite p. 577) of Vol. I of William Hutchinson, op.cit.; and on pp is pp of Hutchinson, Vol., op.cit.,(with many inserted MS notes, press cuttings, etc.). The volume is consequently principally given over to MS notes by Ferguson and others, press cuttings, reprints, etc., including the following :- Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

224 Notes on the Report by Sir T Hardy on Carlisle Cathedral Manuscripts. Copy of Revd. James Simpson, The present state of Antiquarian Research in Westmorland and Cumberland (read at the inauguration meeting of CWAAS, 11 September 1866) in CWAAS Transactions, Vol. I. Copy of Revd. William Greenwell, Tumuli of Cumberland and Westmorland (read at the first meeting of CWAAS, 17 September 1866) in CWAAS Transactions OS, Vol. 1. Copy of John Hodgson Hinde, On the Early History of Cumberland, The Archaeological Journal, September MS copy of a MS tract addressed to Lord Burghley illustrative of the Border Topography of Scotland AD 1590 (British Museum, Royal MS.) Heraldic notes. Catalogue of the Archaeological Museum [at Carlisle; published by the Archaeological Institute, London, n.d.[1859]] Published papers on Cumberland read at the Archaeological Institute s meeting at Carlisle, 26 July 2 August Reprint from The Barrow, Furness, and North- Western Daily Times, 31 August 1872, of a report on the CWAAS annual meeting at [1859] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

225 Millom, 29 August 1872 (including the reproduction of a plan of Millom Castle). Notes on Roads in Cumberland MS notes on James Fergusson (sic), Rude Stone Monuments, (on those in Cumberland) Copy of The Dalesfolk of Cumberland and Westmorland by one of themselves, Fraser s Magazine,July 1875, pp Report of the County Rates Committee, 1878 (with Schedule of the Revised Basis of the County Rate for Cumberland). MS copy of the names contained in the new Commission of the Peace for Cumberland, 13 July Pamphlet addressed To the Inhabitants of the County of Cumberland by A Cumberland Man (identified as Revd. J Boucher), Whitehaven, December 1792; advocates the establishment of a County Association or Society (1802) 1792 The press cuttings in the volume are mainly undated ; those that are dated, date from ; they include an obituary of Revd. John Maughan (d. 13 November 1873), articles and letters to the editor by R S Ferguson, and a report on R S Ferguson s paper on The Heraldry of Cumberland and Westmorland which he gave to CWAAS on 15 August which appear to date from Also included in the volume are offprints etc. (journal articles, etc. including Revd. John Maughan on The Runic Rock at Barnspike (1865) which Chancellor Ferguson has noted in MS is a modern forgery by a schoolmaster there!), n.d. [18 th century] 1900; engravings (of 1789,etc.), sketches, and photographs; and a few letters. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

226 CL,A.410 Antiquarian Miscellanea compiled by Mr R S Ferguson, Chancellor of Carlisle (whose bookplate appears at the front of the volume), and comprising :- Letters addressed to Mr Ferguson, , principally concerning the Musgrave family of Hayton Castle and their relationship to the Colville family (1886); the encouragement of the clergy in the parishes of the diocese [of Carlisle] to produce statements concerning the history of their churches and their endowments (1886); the Graham family (1885); Dalston tumulus (1886); and the coat of arms of the City of Carlisle (1884); also letter from the Assistant Secretary [of the Society of Antiquaries, London] to Mr Ferguson, 17 June 1886, stating that the question as to the manner in which the Society of Antiquaries can co-operate with the various archaeological institutions throughout the country as most fully to promote the advance of knowledge is one deserving of the highest consideration but one surrounded with many difficulties but any well digested plan brought forward with this object would receive the Council s fullest consideration, in the meantime stating that any cards of meetings or other information about the local societies sent to him would, as Mr Ferguson suggested, be conspicuously displayed in the Society s library. Flyers and printed material of publishers including antiquarian societies advertising British publications of an antiquarian, archaeological or historical nature, , including R S Ferguson and W Nanson, Some Municipal Records of the City of Carlisle [1887], Edward Bellasis, Westmorland Church Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

227 Notes [? 1888], and the first report of the Middlesex County Record Society [ 1888]; printed letter from [the Treasury] Whitehall to the chairman of Quarter Sessions, Cumberland, 27 August 1886, concerning the modification of regulations about treasure trove; printed List of Provincial Museums in the United Kingdom as at present known to the Committee..., n.d; printed circular of the Royal Historical Society concerning the Domesday [Book] Commemoration in October 1886; and a few reprints (including of Thomas G Benn, The Climate of Carlisle, Carlisle Journal, 19 and 26 March 1886). List [by Chancellor Ferguson] of Coins found at Borrow Bridge (a description of two bronze coins of the Emperor Constantine), n.d. [? 1886]. [The report on the excavations in 1883 of the Roman camp at this site, The Roman Camp at Low Borrow Bridge. Report of the Committee appointed Aug. 22, 1883, in CW1, viii, 1886, p.5,states that two coins have since been found in earth we turned up, but have not been submitted to us.] [? 1886] CL,A.233 Volume described, on the spine, as Index of Roman Remains [by] R S Ferguson, comprising Chancellor Ferguson s notes on printed strips of paper (headed Cumberland in the first section and Westmorland in the second section and Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society s Transactions ) providing references to published texts relating to Roman roads, camps, artefacts,etc. found in individual places. The first part covers Cumberland s places in alphabetical order (Addingham to Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

228 Wythop Mill), the second part Westmorland s places in alphabetical order (Ambleside to Yanwath). The publications cited include CWAAS Transactions [up to vol. 4 [1880] as well as county histories. The following provide examples of entries : Addingham Cumberland - road Maiden way - Lyson s History of Cd. CXXXV Carleton - Cumberland Road - Whellan s History of Cd & Wd. P.187 Yanwath - Westmorland - Ford at C&WA&A Soc. s Trans i 49 CL,A.290 Corrected MS of R S Ferguson, History of Cumberland : Vol. I chapters I VI; Vol. II chapters VII XII; and Vol. III chapters XIII XX; n.d. Each chapter is separately paginated; chapter XIII includes (pasted on to sheets) some [press cuttings] of texts [by R S Ferguson], also some printed pages (quoting from orders for Carlisle and its Council), which R S Ferguson has corrected for the printers. Richard S Ferguson, A History of Cumberland, was published by Elliot Stock, London, in 1890 in the Popular County Histories series; in his Preface, the author acknowledges that he has made liberal use of papers in the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. CL,A.291 Corrected MS of R S Ferguson, History of Westmorland : Vol. I chapters I VIII; Vol. II chapters IX XIV; and Vol. III chapters XV XVIII, classified list of books etc. relating to Westmorland, and index to History of Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

229 Westmorland; n.d. Each chapter is separately paginated. Richard S Ferguson, A History of Westmorland, was published by Elliot Stock, London, in 1894, in the Popular County Histories series. CL,2A Richard S Ferguson, Cumberland and Westmorland M.P. s from the Restoration to the Reform Bill of 1867 ( ) (London and Carlisle, 1871) : author s copy, noting that only twenty large paper copies of this work were printed and listing those to whom they went. Inserted and pasted on to the pages are press cuttings (including reviews of the work), , engraving and photographs of individuals, and some marginal MS notes. To Part II of the Contents pages : Biographical, Ferguson has added page numbers for some of the portraits which he has added to this volume The above volume also includes : - State of Facts, respecting a Bill for Repealing a Clause in the Nullum Tempus Act,n.d. [1771], a broadside, in the interest of Sir James Lowther, concerning the grant of the Manor or Honor of Penrith to the Earl of Portland. Coloured published cartoons of Henry Brougham (including H Brougham MP A Scene from Shakespear!, 1834, and The Vaux and The Grapes, 1835). [1771] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

230 Photographs of E W Hasell (chairman of Cumberland and Westmorland Quarter Sessions); Hon. Charles Howard, MP; W N Hodgson MP; Col. The Hon. H C Lowther MP; Lord Mayo; Marquis of Headfort; George A F C Bentinck MP; Hon. P Pleydell Bouverie (d. 1872); F L B Dykes; Lord Wolverton; Mr P H Howard; Wilfrid Lawson; Edmund Potter; John Steel MP; Hon. Percy Wyndham; and Hon. W Lowther MP. Also a few covering letters to R S Ferguson concerning these portraits. Press cuttings (of articles by R S Ferguson) from the Carlisle Patriot and the Carlisle Journal prior to this Book ; press cuttings Opinions of Local Press, and Opinions of the London Press on the book. Lord Lieutenancy of Cumberland : Report on Petitions (House of Commons, 1869) and printed copies of the Petitions presented to the House of Commons by the Hon. Charles Howard and by Mr W N Hodgson, with reference to the appointment of Henry Lowther MP to the Lord Lieutenancies of Cumberland and Westmorland. Memoir of Sir Wilfrid Lawson MP (pp of Vol. II of an unidentified publication), n.d. [? c. 1876], with coloured engraving of a portrait of him. [? c. 1876] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

231 Mr John Fleming ( ; member of CWAAS, ) CASCAT records that Kendal Archive Centre holds Mr Fleming s manuscript notes on the history of the Fleming family, also the library of books he collected relating to the Lake District, Westmorland, Cumberland, Lancashire, Yorkshire and other counties, local history, family history, heraldry, English and European history, biography and natural history; refs. WDFL and WDX 547/2. Miss Marjorie Garnett (d. 1977; member of CWAAS, ) Besides the archives described below, reference should also be noted to further of Miss Garnett s records, described above, amongst the records of the editor of Transactions etc. (CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession Box 18, Box B Nos. 6 & 7 ). Miss Garnett donated her father, Mr Frank W Garnett s own copy of his book, Westmorland Agriculture (Titus Wilson, Kendal, 1912), to the CWAAS, it being deposited with Tullie House Library, now Local History Collection, Carlisle Library, reference 2C Loose in this copy (reference 2C 630.1) are the following :- Photostat of two pages on the life and career of Mr Frank Garnett, MRCVS ( ), who practiced as a veterinary surgeon in Windermere and served on the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (President, ). Black and white photographs of fell pony stallion and mare (National Pony Show, Islington, 5 March 1932) and stallion (n.d.) Postcard black and white photograph of Miss Mary Longsden driving her mare to a , n.d Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

232 Mills Gig at the Fell Pony Society s Summer Breed Show, Penrith, August Black and white group photograph of fell mountain ponies at National Pony Show, 5 March Specification of type of Sheep (Swaledale Dales Breed Sheep, 1921) Cutting from Mid Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, Saturday 28 February [? 1921], reporting on Swaledale Sheep : The Formation of a Flock Book. Rival Societies Formed. Cutting from W.G. (sic), 17 January 1920, concerning Blackfaced Dales-Breed Sheep Association (meeting of local members of the Association) Cutting from Penrith Herald, 27 March 1920, concerning Lakeland Sheep for France Cutting from Penrith Herald, 5 March 1921, concerning Herdwick Sheep Cutting from The Whitehaven News, 2 September 1921, reporting on Keswick Agricultural Show Cutting from The Whitehaven News, 2 September 1920, on sheep Cutting from Penrith Observer, 3 December 1912, on The Shepherd s Toast [? 1921] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

233 Cutting from?, n.d., on A Century of Wheat and Bread Prices (on prices, ) Cutting from The Mid Cumberland -, 13 March 1920, on the rat campaign in Westmorland Cutting from Country Life, 6 April 1918, on Old English Bushels and Measures Letters from Robert Wallace, University of Edinburgh, to Mr F W Garnett, 18 and 25 September 1919, concerning Limestone sheep and Mr Garnett s book. Sepia photograph of Dorset Silverdale Ram, n.d. [? 1910s] [? 1910s] Press cutting Wensleydale Blue-Faced Sheep Society (on annual meeting), n.d. Cutting from The Westmorland Gazette, 29 November 1919, on Mardale Gathering : The Victory Meet of Shepherds. Cutting from The Westmorland Gazette, 23 July 1921, Shepherds Meet Cutting from The Westmorland Gazette, 28 September 1918, Shorthorn Sales : The Skelsmergh Herd Cutting from The Westmorland Gazette, 7 January 1922, Rainfall for 1921 Printed circular letter of the Clerk of Westmorland County Council, 14 August 1922, concerning the basis of the county rate, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

234 listing proposed new basis or standard of county rate per parish. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 16. The following is a list of the photographs of Miss Garnett which were given to the CWAAS and deposited with Tullie House Museum in February 1978; on 15 March 2016 they were transferred to Carlisle Archive Centre (ref. DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 16) :- 1. Two colour photographs and negatives of polished stone axe found by Mr F Luker, Whibarrow, n.d. (See CW2, lxxi, 6) 2. Three colour negatives of Gosforth Cross (two published in Early Settlement in the Lake Counties, 1972) 3. Three colour photographs (with negatives) of Swinside Circle, Millom, n.d. 4. Six colour photographs of Mayburgh, Eamont Bridge, n.d.[1960], four colour photographs of Castlerigg Stone Circle, Keswick, n.d. [1960], and colour photograph of King Arthur s Round Table, Eamont Bridge, n.d.[1960], with negatives. 5. Colour photographs (and negatives): Little Meg or Maughanby Circle (1), n.d; Giant s Grave, Kirksanton (1) [1966]; Galley s Bedstocks, Irton Fell (4), n.d; Long Meg (3) [1966]. 6. Twelve colour photographs (and negatives) of approach to Scafell Pike stone axe factory via Brown Tongue, Hollow Stones, Lingmell Coll etc. (CW 2,lxiii,1963, 1 [1960] 1966, n.d. [? 1940s] [? 1960s] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

235 26); colour picture postcard of Pike Crag and Mickledore (photographed and published by H Webster, Helvellyn House, Keswick),n.d. [? 1960s]; colour picture postcard of Scafell Crags and Mickledore (photographed and published by H Webster, Helvellyn House, Keswick), n.d. [? 1960s]; and black and white picture postcard of The Last 500 ft. of Scafell Pike (published by Sanderson & Dixon, Ambleside, n.d. [? 1940s]. 7. Seven colour photographs (and four negatives of) of stratified flint Drigg and hearth Drigg cliff face, 1967, and n.d. (see CW2, lxv,1965, 66 85) 1967,n.d. 8. Colour photograph of people examining a possible dug-out canoe, Tarn Bay, Bootle Park, n.d. and negative [of another site]. 9. Nine colour photographs of Guttersby (cliffs, flint, fallen turf, etc.), November 1964 Summer 1969, which make up into a panorama Colour photographs of Caudale Moor (1), 1963, and Pike How, Troutbeck (2) [1961], and four negatives and colour transparency of [Pike How], n.d. [1961], 1963, n.d. 11. Twenty colour photographs [ ] and fifteen black and white photographs (and negatives) dealing with the Roman road High Street, Frosick, Ill Bell, Halliland. 12. Colour photographs of trees near Boarbank, Flookburgh (1) [1967]; Earthwork, Infeld, Ponsonby (1), n.d; Walls, cairn, etc., [ ] [1962] [1967] Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

236 Heathwaite, Woodland (4) [1962]; old walls near Bengarth along the Kidbeck, Wasdale and general view of site near Bengarth, Wasdale (5) [1962, 1964]; with negatives. 13. Seven colour photographs of ancient sites at Lankrigg and Paukes Moss, Ennerdale and Kinniside, [ ], n.d. (with negatives) [ ], n.d. 14. Seven black and white photographs of Pendragon Castle (3); lynchets at Wharton Hall (1); [stone walls etc. in? SE Westmorland] (2); and gateway of Crofton Hall, Thursby (1) n.d. [? 1950s] (and negatives not of Crofton Hall s gateway; includes negative of a room interior) 15. Six colour photographs of Whoap Beck Pass sites, Ennerdale Forest, n.d. (and negatives) and three colour photographs of remains of walls near Whrap Beck, of upper valley of Calder and Whrap Beck, and of reerected cairn at Blakeley Raise, n.d (and negatives) [? 1950s] 1962, n.d. 16. Five colour photographs and two black and white photographs of Seahouses harbour, bridge at Barnard Castle, and the Roman Wall, n.d. (with negatives). 17. Colour photograph of dog s footprint on tile, Chesters, Roman Wall (and negative) and negative of a statue of Hermes, Colchester Museum, n.d. 18. Three colour photographs of Palaeolithic site, High Lodge, West Suffolk, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

237 n.d. (and negatives) xxxv, 1968, 1 82) (Proc. Prehist. Soc. 19. Black and white photograph (two copies) of ( F W Garnett s photograph of) Jerry Coward with Screamer, a hound, at Eskdale and Ennerdale show, 1916; and two sepia photographs of a sailing ship off Norway, 1930, and negatives of the two sepia photographs. (1916), Two colour photographs of African Thunder Stones of the late Mrs F E Dawson, The Gables, Drigg, n.d. (with negatives), and colour photograph of Fayum flints (given to Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology), n.d. 21. Odd photographs unidentified : four colour photographs, 1963, n.d. (include a milestone between Calderbridge and Beckermet, the others as a? 16h century castle/ stately home, and a? post-mediaeval boundary wall [? of a settlement]); and three black and white photographs [? of a partial eclipse of the sun, Windermere, ]. Typescript list of nos. 1 21, n.d.[1978] [1978] Mr Harper Gaythorpe ( ; member of CWAAS, , and a member of the Society s Council, ) There is an obituary of Mr Gaythorpe in the Barrow Herald, 29 December 1909; it makes reference to him settling in Barrow as an engraver and illuminator, and to his Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

238 becoming a zealous collector and recorder of facts, also noting that, as a promoter of the foundation of a museum at Barrow, he became chairman of the museum subcommittee of the Municipal Library and Museum Committee. The In Memoriam section of Transactions CW1, x, 1910, pp , includes an obituary of Mr Gaythorpe which lists his papers published in Transactions. There are 305 entries for Mr Gaythorpe on CASCAT, almost all of them at Barrow Archive Centre (principally in the Z sequence); they include his antiquarian and archaeological notes, correspondence, transcripts of records, copies of his published papers (in Transactions, etc.), sketches, deeds, etc. For details of his correspondence with Mr Henry Brierely, Mr W G Collingwood, Mr H S Cowper, Mr J F Curwen, Mr C W Dymond, Chancellor Ferguson, Canon Rawnsley, and Bishop Henry Ware, see the entries under their names elsewhere in this List. Also included amongst his records is :- CAC(Barrow), Z 2915 In an album of photographs of Mr Gaythorpe is a group photograph of members of CWAAS on their visit to Furness Abbey on 23 September 1895; there is a report on this visit, including a list of those who attended (who included Mr Gaythorpe), in CW1, xiv, 1897, pp (The photograph is reproduced in the CWAAS s Anniversary Programme 2016, and also on p.42 of this list of archives.) 1895 Professor Francis J Haverfield ( ; member of CWAAS, ; President, ) For an appreciation of Professor Haverfield s work, see the In Memoriam entry in CW2, xx, 1920, pp The entry for him in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography summarily lists archive sources: archive, archaeological notes and papers at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; letters to Charles Roeder at Manchester Central Library; and a collection of correspondence with Mommsen at the Staatsbibliothek, Berlin. A notice of Professor Haverfield s life and a list of his writings is included in Sir George Macdonald s revision of Professor Haverfield s book on The Roman Occupation of Britain (the six Ford Lectures of 1907 that Professor Haverfield delivered at Oxford), published in Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

239 Mr James L Hobbs ( ; member of CWAAS, ;Vice-President, ) There are 59 entries for Mr Hobbs on CASCAT, all relating to the holdings of Barrow Archive Centre. They include :- BAMH 2 boxes, mainly research notes on the Furness area compiled by James Melville and James L Hobbs, Mr Thomas Hesketh Hodgson, Mrs Elizabeth Hodgson and Miss Katherine Hodgson Mr Thomas Hesketh Hodgson ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ; President, ), Mrs Elizabeth Hodgson ( ; member of CWAAS, , Honorary Member, ), and Miss Katherine S Hodgson ( ; member of CWAAS, ; Honorary Member, ; President, ) For appreciations of the work of Mr and Mrs T Hesketh Hodgson, see the In Memoriam entries in CW2, xvii, 1917, pp (contributed by Professor Francis J Haverfield), and CW2, vol. xxxvi,1936, pp , respectively. For their daughter, Miss Katherine Hodgson, see Ian Caruana, Kate Hodgson FSA, , President in the CWAAS Newsletter, No. 76, Summer 2014, p.15. Obituaries of Miss Hodgson were published by The Times, 2 April 1974, and The Cumberland News, 5 April There are entries for Mr and Mrs Hodgson and Miss Katherine Hodgson in C Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey, Cumberland Families and Heraldry, CWAAS,1978, p.161. Besides the archives described below, reference should also be made to the records of the Committee for Prehistoric Studies and to papers of the Editor of Transactions described above, amongst the archives of the CWAAS s committees and officers respectively; they include a number of records created by Mr and Mrs T H Hodgson and by Miss Katherine Hodgson. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

240 By her will, Miss Hodgson left her moiety in the Manor of Crosby on Eden to the CWAAS. In consequence, a number of the records relating to her and her family which were deposited with the Carlisle Archive Centre concern customary and other property :- CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579, box 3 Title deeds, etc. of Mr Thomas H Hodgson [father of Miss Katherine S Hodgson; President of CWAAS, ] relating to customary property at Bank End, Crosby on Eden held of the Manor of Linstock, CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579, box 4 Bundles of deeds relating to Crosby : ; Deeds of customary messuages etc. held under the Bishop of Carlisle as part of the Barony of Linstock or as land held under quit rents ; ; and CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579, box 4 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579, box 3 Inclosure Award of common fields in the parish of Crosby, 25 March 1772, with attached plan (showing lands to the north of the River Eden); the Award refers to Articles of Agreement, 2 September 1771, between (1) George Dalton, Esq., of Carlisle, (2) Revd Henry Shaw of Crosby, and (3) several persons named in the Articles of Agreement. Grants of administration of the personal estate of Miss Sophia S Hodgson (1878 and 1879); wills and grants of probate of Revd. J S Hodgson (1879) and Mrs Sophia E Hodgson (1886); copy of draft Settlement on the marriage of Thomas H Hodgson and Miss Elizabeth Cookson (1888); Certificate of Redemption of Land Tax on Newby Grange, Batt House Farm and lands at Crosby High and Low (1889 and 1897); and later deeds (1936) Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

241 (concerning the acquisition by T H Hodgson in 1907 of a moiety of the Manor of Crosby on Eden), also the will of T H Hodgson ( ) of Newby Grange, and a photocopy of the conveyance by Miss Katherine S Hodgson in 1936 of Newby Grange, Batt House Farm and a right of fishing in the River Eden. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579 box 3 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579 box 3 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1 Acc.H11579 box 1 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/99 Photocopy of the will and codicil of Miss Katherine S Hodgson (d. 1974), inter alia leaving all her books, photographs, plans, drawings and notes on archaeology and the notebooks on archaeology of her late father, Mr T H Hodgson, to the University of Lancaster. [The notebooks of Mr T H Hodgson were later transferred to Tullie House Museum.] Assent by the Midland Bank Trust Co. Ltd. (as personal representative of Miss K S Hodgson decd.) to the gift in her will of a moiety in the Manor of Crosby to the CWAAS and the Carlisle Diocesan Board of Finance Ltd. in equal shares, 8 September Photocopy of correspondence of Cartmell Mawson & Main, solicitors, concerning the Manor of Crosby-on-Eden Miss K S Hodgson decd, 1974; schedule of documents ( ) concerning the Lordship of the Manor (1978) and photocopy of letter from Cartmell Mawson & Main to the County Record Office (1988). The following papers of Miss Hodgson were transferred from the University of Lancaster 1986 (1974) (1988) 1920, , n.d. Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

242 Library to the Carlisle Archive Centre in April 2014 : Letter from Robert Blair, Joint Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon- Tyne to Mrs Williams (of Gosforth), Kirkby Stephen, 29 September 1920, concerning her exhibiting some knitting sheaths at a future meeting; miscellaneous letters, principally addressed to Miss Katherine Hodgson [Chairman of the Council of CWAAS], , 1963 and 1967 (including letters from Eric Birley, David Cormack, Roy Hudleston, T H McK Clough, R C Reid, R P Wright, and the County Librarian of Cumberland); unsigned copy of agreement between CWAAS and the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Society concerning the formation of an excavation group in the Solway area, [1958]; draft constitution of the S-W Regional Group of the CWAAS and minutes of its first meeting, 1957; CWAAS circular about a research and excavation project into the Romano-British occupation of Cumberland and Westmorland [? 1963], and press cutting of Peter Salway s article on the fens under the Romans published in The Times, 1 February 1963; copy of the Arrangements and Programme for CWAAS meeting in the Edinburgh district, April 1963; quotation / comment in the handwriting of [? Miss Hodgson] on the desire of archaeology to be regarded as scientific, n.d. Tullie House Museum, Carlisle, holds a large cardboard box of photographic negatives etc. of Miss Hodgson, ref. Accession , which Miss Clare Fell brought in to Tullie House in July 1974, the accession register noting that the deposit included a few Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

243 fragments of sherd pottery and flints, renumbered (see IRGMA Archaeology Cards). It should be noted that a prior appointment is necessary to consult these negatives, etc. Besides negatives relating to Miss Hodgson s archaeological work (Askerton, Bewcastle, Broomrigg, Castlesteads, Glassonby, Mayburgh, etc., also of Lamonby Farm, a clay constructed house at Burgh by Sands), there are negatives of Portraits [? Hodgson family members], and of views in Geneva (1914), Provence, and Diano Marina [on the Ligurian coast, NW Italy] [? taken on holiday]. Besides negatives, the deposit comprises : (a) letters and postcards addressed to Miss Hodgson s parents, Mr and Mrs T H Hodgson, by Charles Dowding, F Haverfield, Mc Kenny Hughes, and C W Prevost, 1897, 1899, and ; (b) MS transcript of letter from James Maxwell, 1684, and of notes on the Manor of Crosby taken from Castletown MSS vols. 2 & 3; (c) papers concerning excavations at the prehistoric site at Broomrigg near Ainstable, ; (d) lists of sheilings and pele towers and of Stonehouses in Cumberland, n.d; and (e) series of five of Miss Hodgson s notebooks : sketch survey plans of various prehistoric sites, 1934, n.d. (1 vol.), Geltsdale and Eden Valley notes (measurements etc. of stones, etc.) (1 vol.), Measand and Shiel Knowe (sketch plans, etc.) ( 2 vols.), and County Survey (measurements and brief descriptions and dates [of dated inscriptions on buildings], n.d. (1 vol.) Mr C Roy Hudleston ( ; member of CWAAS, ; President, ; Editor of Transactions, ) For a tribute to the life and work of Roy Hudleston, see Timothy Cockerill, Christophe Roy Hudleston ( ) in CW2, xcii, 1992, pp. 95 8, also the obituary which Richard Hall contributed to the Society s Newsletter, No. 16, Spring 1992, [p.8]. The manuscript, printed and photographic materials amassed by Roy Hudleston are deposited with the Archives and Special Collections Department, Palace Green Library, University of Durham, where they occupy 45 metres of shelving. Apart from the indexes which form part of the collection, the only catalogues to the collection at present are brief MS accession lists. (For more information, see the entry for the deposit on the archiveshub.ac.uk.) Margaret McCollum, who is currently listing the deposit, has kindly drawn my attention to CWAAS-related items that she has so far come across amongst the papers of Roy Hudleston; these items include :- Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

244 HUD 8/6 HUD 13/2 HUD 13/3 HUD 16/11 Letter from the Secretary of the CWAAS to Roy Hudleston, 17 September 1987, regretting recent omissions etc. by the Society and asking whether he would contribute an appreciation of Robert Boumphrey to Transactions. Manuscript notes by Roy Hudleston on members of the Brougham family, including the text of what appears to be a talk on the family (part of which resembles his paper, The Brougham Family, in Transactions NS vol. lxi, 1961, pp ), n.d. and [c. 1960]. Photograph of armorial portrait of [Henry Richmond Brougham ( )] (reproduced in Transactions NS vol. lxi, 1961, facing p. 134) and four letters concerning the provenance and photographing of the portrait and its reproduction in Transactions, n.d. and Manuscript text of Roy Hudleston s paper on The Fleming Family : the first and third baronets of Rydal, part[ly] read at Rydal Hall, 12 July 1963, and subsequently printed with revisions in Transactions NS vol. lxiv, 1964, pp n.d, [c.1960] n.d., HUD 17/1 Inserted in a binder of Roy Hudleston s transcripts of a range of Howard of Naworth documents are proof copies of a paper by J V Harrison on Five Bewcastle wills, [subsequently published in Transactions NS vol. lxvii, 1967,pp ] and two galley proof copies with manuscript annotations of a paper by Robert S Dilley on The Cumberland court leet and use of the 1967 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

245 common lands [subsequently published in Transactions NS vol. lxvii, 1967, pp ]. HUD 20/1 HUD 20/10 Folder of miscellaneous material assembled by Roy Hudleston, [c ] and undated, covering 14 th 20 th centuries, relating chiefly to various branches of the Hudleston family, especially the Hudlestons of Millom and Hutton John; the folder includes a letter of 27 January 1991 from Timothy Cockerill to Roy Hudleston concerning, inter alia, their projected collaborative work on Millom families, which was subsequently published in Transactions NS vol. xcii, 1992, pp and vol. xciii, 1993, pp Folder of miscellaneous material chiefly relating to the Cleator family, undated and [c ] 1991, one of the pedigrees and one set of notes being written on the dorse of the minutes [torn in half] of a meeting of the Editorial Committee [of the CWAAS], 22 June [c ], n.d. n.d., [c ] 1991 HUD 20/15 Folder of miscellaneous items, many of which relate to clergy, including photocopy of the first page of a manuscript account of a trip [made by a group of people] to the English Lakes, North and South Wales, The Wye, etc. returning by Bristol and GW. Railway in the year 1844 ; see the article by J D Marshall entitled A visit to Lakeland in 1844 in Transactions NS vol. lxxi, 1971, pp , which includes transcripts of much of the journal, identifies the author as probably the Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

246 Revd Charles A Tryon (b. 1821), curate of Willingale Spain and Willingale Doe, Essex, , and states that in 1971 the original manuscript was in the possession of Mr J H Sutton of Lancaster, who had bought it as lot 238 of a Christie s sale in April HUD 20/19 HUD 21/9 Folder containing a typescript quotation of 16 February 1962 from Titus Wilson and Son Ltd, Kendal, to Roy Hudleston relating to the proposed printing and production of works described as List of Gravestones St James and a Register of Burials [possibly for CWAAS]. Folder of correspondence, and undated, chiefly addressed to Roy Hudleston and chiefly concerning genealogical topics, some of it relating to the Cumbria Family History Society. Correspondence and topics include f.24, letter from John [? Dickinson], Grange-over- Sands, including reference to tensions on the Council of CWAAS during Roy Hudleston s time as an officer of the Society, 2 July [19] , n.d. HUD 23 Includes :- HUD 23/1-2 Two folders of material chiefly relating to the production,funding,printing, publication and sales and royalties arising from the publication of R S Boumphrey, C Roy Hudleston and J Hughes, An Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale (CWAAS, 1975), Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

247 but also touching on a few personal matters, and HUD 23/5 Folder containing a copy typescript of An Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale * Index of Place-Names, compiled by R S Boumphrey, (folder : i + 52 ff.) (It is believed that this index was not published.) 1975 HUD 23/6 Folder containing a draft copy typescript, with manuscript annotations etc. and a few manuscript additional notes, entitled A Second Supplement to an Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale. Additions and Corrections by Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey, n.d. [c ]. The first supplement to the Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale was published as Cumberland Families and Heraldry, and Supplement to An Armorial for Westmorland and Lonsdale by C Roy Hudleston and R S Boumphrey (1978). This Second Supplement was probably never published, Robert Boumhrey dying in 1987 and Roy Hudleston in n.d.[c ] HU 23/7 Folder containing a manuscript letter and a few manuscript es, undated and 1987, relating to Cumberland material assembled by Roy Hudleston anad R S Boumphrey for their volume on Cumberland Families and Heraldry...(1978), plus a little supplementary information not included in A Supplement to Cumberland Families and Heraldry, Parts 1,2,3 and 4, which were published in the Transactions of the CWAAS, NS vols. 81 (1981), 82 (1982), 83 (1983) and 84 (1984). n.d., 1987 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

248 There are a number of entries for C R Hudleston / C Roy Hudleston on CASCAT, amongst them DX 308 at Carlisle Archive Centre, comprising DX 308/1 : Personal records, (including references for job applications, contracts and papers concerning his appointments with the University of Durham as Bursar of Hatfield College and as part-time Lecturer in Palaeography, and letters and accounts concerning the financing, production and sales of Cumberland Families and Heraldry ); DX 308/2 and 3 : Letters received, ; DX 308/4 : Property; DX 308/5 : card index to Penrith items in the Penrith Observer, and pedigrees, notes and correspondence concerning the Hudleston family history; and DX 308/6 Miscellaneous, Transferred on 15 March 2016 from Tullie House Museum to Carlisle Archive Centre (reference DSO1 : in Accession H13347 Box 22) is a box of photocopies of archives held by The National Archives, also to some extent Carlisle Archive Centre (including copies of wills of members of the Child family of Carlisle and Penrith) and the British Museum, the box being simply labelled R Hudleston Archive CWAAS Archive, no date of receipt etc. being recorded. The documents principally date from the 16 th and 17 th centuries, most of the TNA copies coming from Chancery records (particularly C5, including C5/280/35, the answer of Anne Forster, widow, etc., to the bill of complaint of William Elliot and Barbara his wife, 1694); also included is a copy of Durham Dean and Chapter Muniments 1.14 Pont. 16 ( CW Vol. 65 Bell paper making reference to Professor Dobson s paper on Bishop Bell of Carlisle in Transactions,1965, though his footnotes do not cite this text or acknowledge any help Mr Hudleston,as editor of Transactions, may have given. The only correspondence in the box is a letter from Ted Prince, Bede College, Durham, to Roy Hudleston, 7 September 1971, referring to an early 17 th century MS [re husbandry, recipes, cures, etc.] and head The secrets of the Revd Master Alexis of Piemonte the 1 st book, first published in Venice, 1557, with an English edition in Whitehaven Archive Centre holds the Address delivered by Tim Cockerill at Roy Hudleston s funeral, 17 February 1992, and a photograph of Roy Hudleston, 1985 (refs. YDLEW/10/29/10/5 and 7 respectively). Amongst the other holdings at Carlisle Archive Centre are the following : - CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/10 Letter from [H S Cowper], Hawkshead, to [ C Roy Hudleston],13 May 1922, concerning the Millom Hudlestons and citing publications 1922 Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

249 which contain pedigrees or genealogical details, and answering his enquiries. CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/9 CAC(Carlisle), DSO1/12 Letters to Roy Hudleston, on a large variety of antiquarian and historical subjects relating to what is now Cumbria, from the following persons : A W Acworth (The Georgian Group, 1956, with RH s response concerning Highhead Castle), Aileen M Armstrong (London, , 1961, with copy of RH s response 1956), M H Banister (Harrington,1947, and Mungrisdale, 1956), Eric Birley ( ), Revd C M L Bouch (Clifton Rectory, ), H S Cowper (Hawkshead, 1922, ), Tom Gray (Carlisle, 1956), Geoffrey O Holt (Derby, 1958), Thomas Hay (Nailsworth, 1956), JL Hobbs (Barrow-in-Furness, 1948), Miss K S Hodgson (Wetheral, 1950), Denys Jacobs (Exeter, 1951), Lt. Col. H Levin (Corby Castle, 1955), E E Lightfoot (Carlisle, 1948), John B Penfold (Colchester, ), Robert E Reay & Son (Penrith) Ltd. (1954), Charles Roberts (Boothby, 1959), and Canon Sam Taylor (Cartmel, , also his related correspondence with the University Librarian, Durham, and Eric Birley, concerning the Preston collection of pamphlets at Cartmel Priory Church, with a typescript list of the same); also letters from E C Applebian (Chicago) to the editor of the Penrith Observer,1950 and from Lady Stenton (Pipe Roll Society) to Mr Thompson, Letter from H S Cowper, Hawkshead, to Roy [Hudleston], 1 October 1930, concerning the H[awkshea]d Court Rolls and their whereabouts, which he seeks to ascertain, Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

250 and suggesting write to Col. Wadham, Barrow in Furness; also making references to Hudleston family members. Dr E D Hyam (Life Member of CWAAS 1957 onwards, his death being noted in Newsletter No. 42, Spring 2003; former chairman of CWAAS SW Cumberland Regional Group) CAC(Whitehaven),YDSO 81/1/4 Report (by Dr Hyam) on archaeological sites in SW Cumberland, 1958, with notes by Jim Cherry on 19 th century population and trades people of Arlecdon, etc Mr William Jackson ( ; member of CWAAS, ;Vice-President, ) For a tribute to William Jackson, see In Memoriam in CW1, xi, 1891, pp Mr Jackson s extensive collection of books, prints, genealogical and heraldic manuscripts, autographs, etc. concerning what is now Cumbria, now forms the nucleus of the Local Studies collection of Carlisle Library. James P Hinds, Bibliotheca Jacksoniana: Catalogue (1909) forms a summary catalogue-index of the majority of the original holdings of the Jackson Library. Amongst Mr Jackson s papers held by the Local Studies Section, are the following, which relate specifically to CWAAS :- Author : Adrian Allan, Issue 4 February

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