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Troutbeck, Lakes
civil parish:-   Lakes (formerly Westmorland)
county:-   Cumbria
locality type:-   locality
locality type:-   buildings
locality type:-   valley
coordinates:-   NY41160317 (etc) 
1Km square:-   NY4103
10Km square:-   NY40

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evidence:-   old map:- OS County Series (Wmd 26 12) 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Maps, County Series maps of Great Britain, scales 6 and 25 inches to 1 mile, published by the Ordnance Survey, Southampton, Hampshire, from about 1863 to 1948.

evidence:-   old map:- Saxton 1579
placename:-  Troutbek
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Westmorlandiae et Cumberlandiae Comitatus ie Westmorland and Cumberland, scale about 5 miles to 1 inch, by Christopher Saxton, London, engraved by Augustinus Ryther, 1576, published 1579-1645.
Building, symbol for a hamlet, which may or may not have a nucleus.  "Troutbek"
item:-  private collection : 2
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evidence:-   old map:- Speed 1611 (Wmd) 
placename:-  Troutbek
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, The Countie Westmorland and Kendale the Cheif Towne, scale about 2.5 miles to 1 inch, by John Speed, 1610, published by George Humble, Popes Head Alley, London, 1611-12.
circle, tower 
item:-  Armitt Library : 2008.14.5
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evidence:-   old map:- Jansson 1646
placename:-  Troutbek
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Cumbria and Westmoria, ie Cumberland and Westmorland, scale about 3.5 miles to 1 inch, by John Jansson, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1646.
Buildings and tower. 
item:-  JandMN : 88
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evidence:-   hearth tax returns:- Hearth Tax 1675
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Records, hearth tax survey returns, Westmorland, 1674/75.

evidence:-   hearth tax returns:- Hearth Tax 1670
placename:-  Troutbecke
source data:-   Records, hearth tax returns, exchequer duplicates, Westmorland, 1670.

evidence:-   old map:- Morden 1695 (Cmd) 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, uncoloured engraving, Cumberland, scale about 4 miles to 1 inch, by Robert Morden, 1695, published by Abel Swale, the Unicorn, St Paul's Churchyard, Awnsham, and John Churchill, the Black Swan, Paternoster Row, London, 1695-1715.
item:-  JandMN : 90
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evidence:-   old map:- Morden 1695 (Wmd) 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Westmorland, scale about 2.5 miles to 1 inch, by Robert Morden, published by Abel Swale, the Unicorn, St Paul's Churchyard, Awnsham, and John Churchill, the Black Swan, Paternoster Row, London, 1695.
Circle, building and tower. 
item:-  JandMN : 24
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evidence:-   old map:- Jefferys 1770 (Wmd) 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, 4 sheets, The County of Westmoreland, scale 1 inch to 1 mile, surveyed 1768, and engraved and published by Thomas Jefferys, London, 1770.
hill hachuring; valley, locality and buildings 
item:-  National Library of Scotland : EME.s.47
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evidence:-   old text:- Clarke 1787
placename:-  Troutbeck
item:-  poemTaming of a Shrew, The
source data:-   Guide book, A Survey of the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, written and published by James Clarke, Penrith, Cumberland, and in London etc, 1787; published 1787-93.
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Page 134:-  "..."
"... The river ... Troutbeck .... gives name to a town near upon its banks, which is upwards of a mile in length, and for one year, viz. part of 1784, and part of 1785, had neither within or belonging to it, either Clergyman, Miller, or Blacksmith: The reader will be more astonished, when I tell him that this town is so large as to contain 300 Constables, 300 common Carriers, and 300 Bulls."
"In this town was born one Hogarth, a poet, who was descended from the same stock with the celebrated Painter of that name, and lived at the same time. Their great grandfather, there called Thomas Hoggart, was born at the village of Bampton in Westmorland, where he and his two sons are registered in the parish register. They always spelled it Hoggart, till the painter softened it into Hogarth. Our poet wrote three or four plays, and had a party of comedians (his own villagers,) to perform them at the Christmas entertainments: So much of late hath appeared in the news-papers and magazines of this man, that I shall in part be silent concerning him; only giving here a specimen of his poetry, copied from his own hand-writing, which is all the original I at present have. He was a poor labouring man, and wrote his pieces mostly after supper, or on Sunday afternoons; and they were generally upon some particular affair that happened in his neighbourhood, and were sung by himself to his companions over a glass of ale the next meeting; let his song speak for him."
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Page 135:-  "THE TAMING OF A SHREW."
"ALL you that are assembled here, come listen to my song,
But first a favour I do crave for fear of doing wrong;
I do entreat this company, that they will silent be
And then a merry song I'll sing if they'll thereto agree."
"The song which I intend to sing, touch women most of all,
Yet loth am I that any here should with me scold or brawl;
For I've enough of that at home, at board, and eke at bed,
And once for singing of this song my wife she broke my head."
"But if pleased be this company, and pleased be those men,
I'll venture once more a broken pate, and going it o'er again;
But first I'll tell you what its call'd, perhaps you'll hear't no more,
Its call'd the Taming of a Shrew, not often sung before."
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Page 136:-  "..."
"He frequently made sarcastical songs on his neighbours, (if they had stray's or trip'd a little in crim. con.) and sung them in the presence of the party, for which he often received a broken pate, and indeed had one eye knocked out by a blow with a stick from one of them; this made him cautious not to sing afterwards when the parties were present, except he had a good Esquire at his back."
"At this Troutbeck was also born the present truly learned, and pious judge, Sir John Wilson, who by merit alone hath risen to the dignities he now bears."
"There lived at this Troutbeck [at Hird House] a man of amazing strength, whose name was Gilpin, commonly called the Cork Lad of Kentmere: ..."

evidence:-   old text:- Gents Mag
source data:-   Magazine, The Gentleman's Magazine or Monthly Intelligencer or Historical Chronicle, published by Edward Cave under the pseudonym Sylvanus Urban, and by other publishers, London, monthly from 1731 to 1922.
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Gentleman's Magazine 1805 p.919  "..."
"The woody valley of Troutbeck, or Trout-river, an interesting walk of two miles from Low-wood, boasts a few scattered cottages, a moss-grey church, and a stream. so beautifully clear that not a fish nor a weed can escape detection. But these are not the only boast of Troutbeck. The modest register of her sons, "To fortune and to Fame unknown," is ennobled by the birth of Romney and Wilson; names honourably distinguished in the history of our Arts and Jurisprudence."
"We crossed the river and mounted a green slope, ornamented by the neat and hospitable mansion in which the learned Judge tranquillized the evening of his active life."
"Untainted by the guilty bribe,
Uncurs'd amid the harpy tribe,
No orphan's cry to wound his ear,
His honour and his conscience clear!"
"There is a capacious quarry above Troutbeck, that furnishes a stone of excellent durability, and from this were conveyed the materials employed in the last reparation of Westminster Hall."

evidence:-   old map:- Cooper 1808
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Westmoreland ie Westmorland, scale about 9 miles to 1 inch, by H Cooper, 1808, published by R Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, 1808.
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circle; village or hamlet 
item:-  Dove Cottage : 2007.38.53
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evidence:-   old map:- Otley 1818
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, uncoloured engraving, The District of the Lakes, Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, scale about 4 miles to 1 inch, by Jonathan Otley, 1818, engraved by J and G Menzies, Edinburgh, Scotland, published by Jonathan Otley, Keswick, Cumberland, et al, 1833.
item:-  JandMN : 48.1
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evidence:-   descriptive text:- Otley 1823 (5th edn 1834) 
item:-  geology
source data:-   Guide book, A Concise Description of the English Lakes, the mountains in their vicinity, and the roads by which they may be visited, with remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the district, by Jonathan Otley, published by the author, Keswick, Cumberland now Cumbria, by J Richardson, London, and by Arthur Foster, Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria, 1823; published 1823-49, latterly as the Descriptive Guide to the English Lakes.
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Page 158:-  "The THIRD division - forming only inferior elevations - commences with a bed of dark-blue or blackish transition limestone, containing here and there a few shells and madrepores, and alternating with a slaty rock of the same colour; the different layers of each being in some places several feet, in others only a few inches in thickness. This limestone crosses the river Duddon near Broughton; passing Broughton Mills it runs in a north-east direction through Torver, by the foot of the Old Man mountain, and appears near Low Yewdale and Yew Tree. Here it makes a considerable slip to the eastward, after which it ranges past the Tarns upon the hills above Borwick Ground; and stretching through Skelwith, it crosses the head of Windermere near Low Wood Inn. Then passing above Dovenest and Skelgill, it traverses the vales of Troutbeck, Kentmere, and Long Sleddale;"

evidence:-   old drawing:- Flower 1830s
source data:-   Drawing, pencil, house in Troutbeck? Westmorland, by John Flower, 1832.
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ms, lower right  "[ ] 1832"
item:-  Armitt Library : 1959.66.3
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evidence:-   descriptive text:- Ford 1839 (3rd edn 1843) 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Guide book, A Description of Scenery in the Lake District, by Rev William Ford, published by Charles Thurnam, Carlisle, by W Edwards, 12 Ave Maria Lane, Charles Tilt, Fleet Street, William Smith, 113 Fleet Street, London, by Currie and Bowman, Newcastle, by Bancks and Co, Manchester, by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, and by Sinclair, Dumfries, 1839.
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Page 31:-  "..."
"... Troutbeck, a mountain valley, distinguished by the Fells at its head - the picturesque remains of cottage architecture - ... The village is half a mile long, wildly scattered on the side of a steep hill, at the foot of which are the chapel and school. ..."
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Page 160:-  "..."
"[Troutbeck] ... The village, or rather string of hamlets, bears the names of Town-end, Town-head, High-green, Cragg, and Highfold, and is distant from three to four miles north by east of Bowness, and south-east of Ambleside. From the elevated parts of the road above Troutbeck Bridge, splendid views of Windermere are obtained. The valley of Troutbeck is well worth visiting, and pleasant walks may be contrived to it from Ambleside, Low Wood Inn, and Bowness."

evidence:-   old map:- Ford 1839 map
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map, uncoloured engraving, Map of the Lake District of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire, scale about 3.5 miles to 1 inch, published by Charles Thurnam, Carlisle, and by R Groombridge, 5 Paternoster Row, London, 3rd edn 1843.
Dispersed settlement. 
item:-  JandMN : 100.1
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evidence:-   old map:- Garnett 1850s-60s H
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Map of the English Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, scale about 3.5 miles to 1 inch, published by John Garnett, Windermere, Westmorland, 1850s-60s.
river valley 
item:-  JandMN : 82.1
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 Martineau Directory 1855

evidence:-   old text:- Martineau 1855
source data:-   Guide book, A Complete Guide to the English Lakes, by Harriet Martineau, published by John Garnett, Windermere, Westmorland, and by Whittaker and Co, London, 1855; published 1855-76.
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Page 33:-  "... The singular valley of Troutbeck was once a wooded basin, where the terrified Britons took refuge from the Romans, while the latter were making their great road from Kendal to Penrith. That road actually ran along the very ridge of the"
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Page 34:-  "Troutbeck hills, ... After Romans and Saxons were gone, the valley was a great park, and the inhabitants were virtually serfs, in danger of the gallows, (which had a hill to itself, named after it to this day) at the will and pleasure of the one great man. In course of time,- that is, a good many centuries ago,- the valley was disparked, and divided among the inhabitants,- only one very large estate being left,- the new park, containing 2,000 acres. This was the estate given by Charles I, to Huddlestone Phillipson, for his services in the civil wars. The valley now contains a string of hamlets,- Town End, Town Head, High Green, Crag, and High Fold; and its farmsteads and outbuildings show some of the most curious specimens of ancient edifices that are to be seen in the district. Josiah Brown, whom we mentioned in connexion with Orrest Head, found nearly his match in oddity in this vale. A "rum fellow" in Troutbeck had a prodigious bull; and so had Josiah: and what must they do but meet half-way, and have a bull-fight; the terms being that the winner should have the fallen animal. Josiah actually came riding his bull. The battle was tremendous and the Troutbeck animal went down before Josiah's, and"
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Page 35:-  "was given by him to the poor of Troutbeck. These anecdotes appear very strange to people who have lived in towns, or among the more level manners of the south: and this is why we relate them. They are among the curiosities of the district. Troutbeck is the most primitive of the frequented valleys of the district. To find any other so antique and characteristic, it is necessary to leave the high road, and explore the secluded dales of which the summer tourist sees and hears nothing. The dale looks from the uplands as if it had been scooped out between the ridges with a gigantic scoop. Its levels are parcelled out into small fields, of all manner of shapes; and the stream,- the beck abounding in trout,- winds along the bottom, from the foot of High Street, to fall into the lake just by Calgarth."

evidence:-   old print:- Nelson 1859
placename:-  Valley of the Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, Nelson print, Valley of the Troutbeck, Looking towards Windermere, Westmorland, published by T Nelson and Sons, London etc, 1859.
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item:-  Armitt Library : 2003.13.6
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evidence:-   old text:- Gents Mag
item:-  longevity
source data:-   Magazine, The Gentleman's Magazine or Monthly Intelligencer or Historical Chronicle, published by Edward Cave under the pseudonym Sylvanus Urban, and by other publishers, London, monthly from 1731 to 1922.
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Gentleman's Magazine 1868 part 1 p.364  "LONGEVITY."
"7. MR. URBAN, - Several correspondents have, in recent numbers of your magazine, noticed cases of this class; and I may with propriety add an instance within my own personal knowledge. The name of the individual I allude to, who is now in her 104th year, is Maragaret Longmire, a widow, in humble life, residing at Troutbeck, in the parish of Windermere. I have tested her case myself, and there cannot be a question that her age is as stated. Her Majesty the Queen, with her accustomed generosity and condescension, graciously remitted 3l. in Oct. last to the Rev. W. Sewell, to be applied by him to the poor aged woman's comforts. - I am, &c.,"
"Thelwall Hall, Warrington,"
"January, 1867."
"... ..."

evidence:-   old photograph:- Bell 1880s-1940s
source data:-   Photograph, sepia, the head of Troutbeck, Westmorland, by Herbert Bell, photographer, Ambleside, Westmorland, 1890s.
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internegative at lower left:-  "H. Bell"
item:-  Armitt Library : ALPS413
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evidence:-   old print:- Bemrose 1881
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, uncoloured, Troutbeck, Westmorland, published by Bemrose and Sons, 23 Old Bailey, London and Derby, by A B Moss, Carlisle, Cumberland, and by T Wilson, Kendal, Westmorland, about 1881.
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On p.27 of a Handy Guide to the English Lakes and Shap Spa. 
printed at bottom:-  "TROUTBECK."
item:-  JandMN : 455.8
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evidence:-   old print:- Bradley 1901
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, uncoloured lithograph, Troutbeck, Westmorland, by Joseph Pennell, published by Macmillan and Co, London, 1901.
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Frontispiece to Highways and Byways in the Lake District, by A G Bradley. 
printed at lower centre:-  "[JPennell]"
printed at bottom:-  "Troutbeck."
item:-  JandMN : 464.1
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evidence:-   old print:- Bradley 1901
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, uncoloured lithograph, Troutbeck, Westmorland, by Joseph Pennell, published by Macmillan and Co, London, 1901.
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On page 192 of Highways and Byways in the Lake District, by A G Bradley. 
printed at bottom:-  "Troutbeck."
item:-  JandMN : 464.46
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evidence:-   town plan:- Historical Monuments 1936
source data:-   Town plan, uncoloured lithograph, Troutbeck Map Showing Position of Monuments, Troutbeck, Lakes, Westmorland, scale about 1 to 15000, about 4 inches to 1 mile, published by Royal Commission on Historical Monuments England, London, 1936.
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On p.228 of the Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Westmorland. 
item:-  Armitt Library : A745.133
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evidence:-   old map:- Post Office 1850s-1900s
placename:-  Wansfell
source data:-   Post road maps, General Post Office Circulation Map for England and Wales, for the General Post Office, London, 1850s-1900s.
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map date 1909 

images courtesy of the British Postal Museum and Hampshire CC Museums

evidence:-   old print:- Sylvan 1847
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, engraving, Windermere from Troutbeck, Westmorland, published by John Johnstone, Paternoster Row, London, et al, 1847.
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On p.39 of Sylvan's Pictorial Guide to the English Lakes. 
printed at bottom:-  "WINDERMERE FROM TROUTBECK."
item:-  Armitt Library : A1201.8
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evidence:-   old drawing:- 
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Drawing, Near Troutbeck, by Windermere, Westmorland, by John Harper, 1840.
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View of Lakeland vernacular farmhouse near Troutbeck. Two storey with large vernacular round chimneys surrounded by walls and trees. Executed in pencil with touches of white gouache on buff coloured paper. Preparatory sketch drawn on the spot by the artist. 
at bottom left:-  "near Troutbeck. 16 Sep/40"
item:-  Tullie House Museum : 2009.89.23
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evidence:-   outline view:- Tattersall 1836
placename:-  Troutbeck Hundred
source data:-   Print, engraving, Windermere from Rayrigg Bank, Westmorland, drawn by George Tattersall, engraved by W F Topham, published by Sherwood and Co, Paternoster Row, London, about 1836.
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The print is captioned with mountain names and acts as an outline view. 
Tipped in opposite p.31 of The Lakes of England, by George Tattersall. 
printed at bottom:-  "WINDERMERE from RAYRIGG BANK."
printed at bottom left to right:-  "Furness Fells. / Coniston Old Man. / Wetherlam Foot. / Wrynose. / Langdale Pikes. / Hardknot. / Loughrigg Fell. / Fairfield. / Troutbeck Hundred. / Kirkstone. / Wansfell. / Applethwaite Common. / High Street. / Hill Bell."
item:-  Armitt Library : A1204.5
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evidence:-   old print:- Green 1809
placename:-  Troutbeck
source data:-   Print, soft ground etching, Farm House in Troutbeck, Westmorland, by William Green, published by William Green, Ambleside, Westmorland, and Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, Paternoster Row, London, 1809.
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Plate 36 in Seventy Eight Studies from Nature. 
printed in introductory pages to set of prints:-  "Number 36. Troutbeck is four miles from Ambleside, and two from the Inn at Low Wood. - It is a large village; the buildings are picturesque, and those who delight in cottage scenery will rarely find a greater variety in so small a compass. From the road which connects the Inn and the village, are various stands, where the traveller may view Windermere with advantages that scarcely any other road in the neighbourhood of that lake can give him."
printed at bottom:-  "FARM HOUSE IN TROUTBECK. / Published Ambleside, Augst. 1st. 1809, by W. Green."
item:-  Armitt Library : A6637.36
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evidence:-   old print:- Green 1809
source data:-   Print, Farm House in Troutbeck, Westmorland, drawn and engraved by William Green, Ambleside, Westmorland, 1809.
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Courtyard of a stone farmhouse with outbuilding to left of composition. Beyond rise barren fells. 
printed at bottom centre:-  "FARM HOUSE IN AMBLESIDE Published Ambleside. Augst 1st 1809 by W. Green."
item:-  Tullie House Museum : 1978.108.92.10
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In the mid 19th century the local farmers would pass pest-striken cattle, and womenfolk and children, through a 'need fire' to cure them.

In 1799 the first hunt mayor, R Birkett, was elected by the Troutbeck Hunt, to lead the 'mayor hunt' and to officiate at the subsequent merry neet.

Troutbeck had three hundred bridges, three hundred constables, and three hundred bulls. The valley is divided into three hundreds, each with a bridge, a constable, and a bull.

NY40940284 Anthony Gate (Lakes)
NY42350338 Applethwaite Quarry (Windermere)
NY41220356 Back Lane (Lakes)
NY40710217 barn, Townend: Steven Campbell (Lakes)
NY41150354 barn, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY41150356 Beckside (Lakes) L
NY40780269 Bellehill Cottage (Lakes) L
NY41250272 bench mark, NY41250272 (Lakes)
NY40750168 Benslop Wood (Lakes)
NY41190369 Bessyboot (Lakes) L
NY42840799 Bluegill Folds (Lakes)
NY41070120 Boot (Windermere)
NY40630131 Bridge Lane (Lakes)
NY41010715 bridge, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY40580112 Broad Oaks (Lakes)
NY4104 Brockbarrow Gill (Lakes)
NY41270441 Buckscess (Lakes)
NY40760271 Buttments Farm (Lakes) L
NY41250419 Calf Parrock Wood (Lakes)
NY41250219 Castle Neb (Windermere)
NY41430440 Chimney Crag (Lakes)
NY41240268 Church Bridge (Windermere / Lakes)
NY40920319 Coatsike (Lakes) gone?
NY4103 Corfoot Beck (Lakes)
NY41240270 Corfoot Bridge (Lakes)
NY40820286 Crag House (Lakes)
NY40800289 Crag (Lakes)
NY41140122 Dodd's Lane (Windermere)
NY41070340 Drummermire (Lakes)
NY40240205 Fell Lane (Lakes)
NY40740262 fingerpost, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY40780198 Ford Lane (Lakes)
NY41330374 Gallow Howe (Lakes)
NY413037 Gallows Howe (Lakes)
NY41200369 garage, Troutbeck (Windermere)
NY42160330 Garburn Road (Windermere)
NY40710243 Glenside Cottage (Lakes)
NY40950329 Great House (Lakes)
NY41090266 Green Gate (Lakes)
NY41170345 Guy Lane (Lakes)
NY40440253 Hag Wood (Lakes)
NY42130540 Hagg Bridge (Lakes)
NY4206 Hagg Gill (Lakes)
NY42180560 Hall Hill (Lakes)
NY412085 Hart Crag (Lakes)
NY40910144 Heald Wood (Windermere)
NY40540132 High Cross Castle (Lakes)
NY40630138 High Cross Lodge (Windermere)
NY40810277 High Fold Farm (Lakes) L
NY40820273 High Fold (Lakes) L
NY41510707 High Great Knott (Lakes)
NY41180360 High Green Farm (Lakes) L
NY41190364 High Green (Lakes)
NY41060057 Highlands Wood (Windermere)
NY41590463 Hill Step (Lakes)
NY4105 Hird Gill (Lakes)
NY41010084 Holehird House (Windermere) L
NY41680510 Hollowgill Riggs (Lakes)
NY41700472 Home Crag (Lakes)
NY41150367 house, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY41220367 house, Troutbeck (2) (Lakes) L
NY41220239 Howe, The (Windermere)
NY39770285 Hundreds Road (Lakes)
NY40480440 Hundreds, The (Lakes)
NY41200392 Idle Lane (Lakes)
NY41920479 Ing Bridge (Lakes)
NY41900460 Ing Lane (Lakes)
NY42040467 Ing (Lakes)
NY41090342 Jaunie Wife House (Windermere) L
NY41350275 Jennyscar Wood (Windermere)
NY41300280 Jesus Church (Lakes) L
NY41580592 Kingate Quarries (Lakes)
NY40720260 Lane (Windermere) suggested
NY41670307 Limefitt House (Windermere)
NY41480314 Limefitt Mill (Lakes)
NY41410574 Long Crag (Lakes)
NY42120429 Long Green Head (Windermere)
NY41510193 Longmire Road (Windermere)
NY40910315 Longmire Yeat (Lakes)
NY41340197 Longmire (Windermere) L
NY40760263 Low Fold Farm (Lakes) L
NY41090331 Low Gate (Lakes)
NY41400656 Low Great Knott (Lakes)
NY40730256 Low House Farm (Lakes) L
NY402004 Low Ibbotsholme (Lakes)
NY41660568 Low Kingate (Lakes)
NY41330155 Low Longmire (Windermere)
NY426055 Lowther Brow (Windermere)
 Mid Cumberland Light Railway (Caldbeck) proposed
NY4204 Miles Gill (Windermere)
NY41100348 Mortal Man (Lakes) L
NY40370394 Nanny Lane (Lakes)
NY40610094 Netherside Wood (Windermere)
NY41210359 Nook (Lakes)
NY43100887 Park Fell (Lakes)
NY43090702 Park Quarry (Lakes)
NY41010337 Pearson's Lane (Lakes) L
NY41610394 pinfold, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY40640165 Pingle Wood (Lakes)
NY40720228 post box, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY410034 post box, Troutbeck (2) (Lakes)
NY41190370 post box, Troutbeck (3) (Lakes)
NY43260746 Quarry Brow (Lakes)
NY42740641 Low Quarry (Lakes)
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NY41470399 sheep feeder, Troutbeck (Lakes)
NY423056 sheep feeder, Troutbeck (2) (Lakes)
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NY4104 Stony Beck (Lakes)
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