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civil parish:-   Ulverston (formerly Lancashire)
county:-   Cumbria
locality type:-   locality
locality type:-   buildings
locality type:-   selected place
locality type:-   twinned town
coordinates:-   SD28637835 (etc) 
1Km square:-   SD2878
10Km square:-   SD27
latitude; longitude:-   3d 5.6m W; 54d 11.7m N

BNW43.jpg  Coat of arms, Ulverston, motto:-
"OPTIMUM SUFFICIT" (taken 6.7.2007)  

evidence:-   old map:- OS County Series (Lan 16 3) 
placename:-  Ulverston
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:- Lloyd 1573
placename:-  Ulferston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured copper plate engraving, Angliae Regni, Kingdom of England, with Wales, scale about 24 miles to 1 inch, authored by Humphrey Lloyd, Denbigh, Clwyd, drawn and engraved by Abraham Ortelius, Netherlands, 1573.
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item:-  Hampshire Museums : FA1998.69
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evidence:-   old map:- Mercator 1595 (edn?) 
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Westmorlandia, Lancastria, Cestria etc, ie Westmorland, Lancashire, Cheshire etc, scale about 10.5 miles to 1 inch, by Gerard Mercator, Duisberg, Germany, 1595, edition 1613-16.
circle, building/s, tower, tinted red 
item:-  Armitt Library : 2008.14.3
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evidence:-   old map:- Speed 1611 (Cum/EW) 
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Kingdome of Great Britaine and Ireland, scale about 36 miles to 1 inch, by John Speed, about 1610-11, published by Thomas Bassett, Fleet Street and Richard Chiswell, St Paul's Churchyard, London, 1676?
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dot, circle, and tower 
item:-  private collection : 85
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evidence:-   table of distances:- Simons 1635
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Table of distances, uncoloured engraving, Lancashire, with a thumbnail map, by Mathew Simons, published in A Direction for the English Traviller, 1635.
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"Ulverston N.W."
and tabulated distances 
item:-  private collection : 50.22
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evidence:-   old map:- Sanson 1679
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, Ancien Royaume de Northumberland aujourdhuy Provinces de Nort, ie the Ancient Kingdom of Northumberland or the Northern Provinces, scale about 9.5 miles to 1 inch, by Nicholas Sanson, Paris, France, 1679.
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circle, buildings and towers; town 
item:-  Dove Cottage : 2007.38.15
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evidence:-   old map:- Morden 1695 (EW) 
placename:-  Ylverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, England, including Wales, scale about 27 miles to 1 inch, by Robert Morden, published by Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchil, London, about 1695.
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circle; village or town 
item:-  JandMN : 339
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evidence:-   old map:- Bowen and Kitchin 1760
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, A New Map of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland Divided into their Respective Wards, scale about 4 miles to 1 inch, by Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Kitchin et al, published by T Bowles, Robert Sayer, and John Bowles, London, 1760.
circle, tower, on road 
item:-  Armitt Library : 2008.14.10
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evidence:-   old map:- Pennant 1777
placename:-  Ulverstone
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, A Map of Scotland, Hebrides and Part of England, drawn for Thomas Pennant, engraved by J Bayly, published by Benjamin White, London, 1777.
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circle; buildings, village, etc 
item:-  private collection : 66
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evidence:-   descriptive text:- West 1778 (11th edn 1821) 
item:-  marketiron orepig ironoatsbarleybeanspotatoesbarklimestone
source data:-   Guide book, A Guide to the Lakes, by Thomas West, published by William Pennington, Kendal, Cumbria once Westmorland, and in London, 1778 to 1821.
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Preface:-  "... MR. WEST, late of Ulverston, author of this tract, and also of the Antiquities of Furness, is supposed to have had the chief part of his education on the Continent, where he afterwards presided as a professor in some of the branches of natural philosophy: whence it will appear, that, though upon some account or other, he had not acquired the habit of composing correctly in English, he must nevertheless have been a man of learning. He had seen many parts of Europe, and considered what was extraordinary in them with a curious, if not with judicious, and philosophic eye. Having in the latter part of his life much leasure time on his hands, he frequently accompanied genteel parties on the Tour of the Lakes; ..."
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Page 36:-  "..."
"Ulverston, the London of Furness, is a neat town, at the foot of a swift descent of hills to the south-east. The streets are regular, and excellently well paved. The weekly market for Low-Furness has been long established here, to the prejudice of Dalton, the ancient capital of Furness. The articles of export, are iron-ore in great quantities, pig and bar iron, oats, barley, beans, potatoes,"
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Page 37:-  "bark, and limestone. The principal inns are kept by the guides, who regularly pass to and from Lancaster, on Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday, in every week."

evidence:-   old map:- West 1784 map
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, hand coloured engraving, A Map of the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, scale about 3.5 miles to 1 inch, engraved by Paas, 53 Holborn, London, about 1784.
item:-  Armitt Library : A1221.1
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evidence:-   old text:- Camden 1789
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Book, Britannia, or A Chorographical Description of the Flourishing Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, by William Camden, 1586, translated from the 1607 Latin edition by Richard Gough, published London, 1789.
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Page 132:-  "..."
"... Ulverston, memorable for the grant of a moiety of it by Edward III. to John Coupland, a gallant soldier, whom he advanced to the rank of banneret for taking David II. king of Scots prisoner at the battle of Durham. But after his death the same king bestowed it with other estates in this county, and the title of earl of Bedford on Ingelram lord Coucy, who had married his daughter Isabell, and whose ancestors had great possessions in England in right of Christiana de Lindesay."
"... ..."

evidence:-   old text:- Camden 1789 (Gough Additions) 
item:-  market
source data:-   Book, Britannia, or A Chorographical Description of the Flourishing Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, by William Camden, 1586, translated from the 1607 Latin edition by Richard Gough, published London, 1789.
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Page 142:-  "..."
"Ulverston, the key and mart of Furness, has a good market, and fits out 70 ships for the coasting trade. ..."

evidence:-   road book:- Cary 1798 (2nd edn 1802) 
placename:-  Ulverstone
source data:-   Road book, itineraries, Cary's New Itinerary, by John Cary, 181 Strand, London, 2nd edn 1802.
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page 319-320  "Ulverstone"
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page 468-470  "To Ulverstone, as p.319"
market town 
item:-  JandMN : 228.1
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evidence:-   road book:- Cary 1798 (2nd edn 1802) 
placename:-  Ulverstone
source data:-   Road book, itineraries, Cary's New Itinerary, by John Cary, 181 Strand, London, 2nd edn 1802.
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page 653-654  "Ulverston"
market town  "INNS, ... Ulverston, Bradyll's Arms, Sun."
"Adjoining Ulverston, Thomas Sunderland, Esq."
item:-  JandMN : 228.2
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evidence:-   descriptive text:- Baker 1802
placename:-  Ulvernton
source data:-   Perspective road map with sections in Lancashire, Westmorland, and Cumberland, by J Baker, London 1802.
pp.25-26:-  "... by Lever Sands to Ulvernton, Dalton, ..."

evidence:-   old map:- Cooke 1802
placename:-  Ulverton
source data:-   Map, Lancashire, scale about 18 miles to 1 inch, by George Cooke, 1802, bound in Gray's New Book of Roads, 1824, published by Sherwood, Jones and Co, Paternoster Road, London, 1824.
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"Ulverton / 267"
blocks, upright lowercase text; town, distance from London 
item:-  Hampshire Museums : FA2000.62.6
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evidence:-   old map:- Laurie and Whittle 1806
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Road map, Completion of the Roads to the Lakes, scale about 10 miles to 1 inch, by Nathaniel Coltman? 1806, published by Robert H Laurie, 53 Fleet Street, London, 1834.
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"Ulverston 272"
market town; distance from London; travellers supplied with post horses or carriages 
item:-  private collection : 18.18
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evidence:-   old text:- Capper 1808
placename:-  Ulverstone
item:-  populationmarketfairtheatre
source data:-   Gazetteer, A Topographical Dictionary of the United Kingdom, compiled by Benjamin Pitts Capper, published by Richard Phillips, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, 1808; published 1808-29.
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"ULVERSTONE, a market-town and parish in the hundred of Lonsdale, Lancaster, situated near the Leven, 20 miles from Kendal and 270 from London; containing 607 houses and 2937 inhabitants, of whom 333 were returned as being employed in various trades. By means of a canal, lately cut, vessels of 150 tons can approach the town, carrying on a considerable traffic, in the export of iron ore, limestone, and corn; and in the neighbourhood, are several furnaces and smelting houses. The church ... This town has a small theatre. Market on Monday, and its fairs are Holy Thursday, and the Thursday, after 23d October. It is a curacy."

evidence:-   old map:- Wallis 1810 (Cmd) 
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Road map, hand coloured engraving, Cumberland, scale about 16 miles to 1 inch, by James Wallis, 77 Berwick Stree, Soho, London, 1810.
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item:-  Dove Cottage : 2009.81.10
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evidence:-   old map:- Otley 1818
placename:-  Ulverston
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:-  population, Ulverston
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 95:-  "ULVERSTON"
"Is a neat market town, containing 4786 inhabitants and two good inns, the Sun, and the Bradyll's Arms. It communicates with the channel of the Leven by a canal admitting vessels of considerable burden."

evidence:-   old map:- Greenwood 1824 (Lan) 
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map of the County Palatine of Lancashire, scale about 1 inch to 1 mile, surveyed by C Greenwood, drawn by R Creighton, engraved by S Neele and Son, published by W Fowler and C Greenwood, Wakefield, Yorkshire and Leicester Square, London, 1818.
street map; labelled in block caps for a market town; notice the canal, and the Carter's House, and the Quakers Meeting House by Swarth Hall. 
item:-  Armitt Library : A1824
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evidence:-   descriptive text:- Ford 1839 (3rd edn 1843) 
placename:-  Ulverstone
placename:-  Ulverston
placename:-  Oooston
item:-  population, Ulverstoniron
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 4:-  "..."
"(Vulgarly Ooston,) though ancient as regards its foundation, is modern in its appearance. Neat and cheerful looking, from the houses being roughcast and whitewashed, it stands on uneven ground, at the foot of green and sloping eminences, and is the mart for the agricultural and mineral productions of Furness. The market-place is ornamented with a modern cross of cast-iron, erected in 1821; and there are four spacious streets, from which several small ones branch off. Being about a mile from the Leven, a canal, cut in 1795, enables vessels of small tonnage to come up to the town. Considerable quantities of iron-ore and wrought-iron are exported to different places. The church, dedicated to St. Mary, stands at a little distance from the town, ..."
"... Instruction and amusement are supplied to the inhabitants by libraries, a theatre, and an assembly-room; and the economical habits of the poor are encouraged and upheld by a savings' bank."
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Page 156:-  "..."
"ULVERSTON is the capital of Furness, and a flourishing market-town and port. A new church has lately been erected, and there are several dissenting meeting-houses. The old church, dedicated to St. Mary, was enlarged in 1804, and is now one of the handsomest churches in Lancashire. There is a coach daily to and from Lancaster. Population, 5352; inns, Sun and Braddyll Arms. In this neighbourhood are Conishead Priory, ... and Swarthmoor Hall, ..."

evidence:-   old map:- Garnett 1850s-60s H
placename:-  Ulverston
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.
blocks, settlement, and a cross, a church, on a minimal street plan 
item:-  JandMN : 82.1
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evidence:-   text:- Mason 1907 (edn 1930) 
source data:-   Text book, The Ambleside Geography Books bk.III, The Counties of England, by Charlotte M Mason, published by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, Broadway House, 68-74 Carter Lane, and the Parents' Educational Union Office, 26 Victoria Street, London, edn 1930.
Page 31:-  "..."
"... Ulverston, the next largest town, is also busily engaged in the iron trade."

evidence:-   old map:- Postlethwaite 1877 (3rd edn 1913) 
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Map, uncoloured engraving, Map of the Lake District Mining Field, Westmorland, Cumberland, Lancashire, scale about 5 miles to 1 inch, by John Postlethwaite, published by W H Moss and Sons, 13 Lowther Street, Whitehaven, Cumberland, 1877 edn 1913.
no symbol 
item:-  JandMN : 162.2
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evidence:-   old text:- Admiralty 1933
placename:-  Ulverston
item:-  population, Ulverston
source data:-   image AY01p375, button  goto source
Page 375:-  "..."
"Ulverston, a small manufacturing town, which in 1931 had a population of 16,712, is situated about one mile inland in the north-western corner of Morecambe bay. It is connected to Ulverston channel by a canal ..."

evidence:-   market notes:- 
placename:-  Ulverston
item:-  market
source data:-   www.history.ac.uk/cmh/gaz/gazweb2.htmPalmer's Index No.93:: Public Record OfficeOwen: 1792: New Book of Fairs: 1889: Market Rights and Tolls: HM Government

CCS53.jpg  Postmark:-
"ULVERSTON / 7 15 PM / 20 AUG / 1957 / LANCS."  

 Post Office maps

evidence:-   old print:- Sylvan 1847
placename:-  Ulverston
source data:-   Print, engraving, Ulverston, Lancashire, published by John Johnstone, Paternoster Row, London, et al, 1847.
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On p.106 of Sylvan's Pictorial Guide to the English Lakes. 
printed at bottom:-  "ULVERSTON."
item:-  Armitt Library : A1201.31
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BNW49.jpg  Sign on Hartleys brewery.
(taken 6.7.2007)  

Ulverston had a town crier, the bellman. In his diary, February 1812, William Fleming noted that he used a depute to call a shawl found by the town watchman, as the official bellman was sick. The depute was a William Sandys:-
"There was found in the street
By the watchman last neet,
A shawl, very wet wi' t' rain
When I'm paid for t' calling
I'll give over bawling
And the owner may have it again."

person:-   comedian
 : Laurel, StanJefferson, Arthur Stanley
place:-   birthplace
date:-   1890

twinned with:-    Albert, France

SD31327764 Bay Horse (Ulverston)
SD28817842 Bird in Hand (Ulverston)
SD28547837 Braddylls Arms (Ulverston) L
SD302772 brewery, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD31347767 Canal Foot (Ulverston)
SD29327848 Canal Head Foundry (Ulverston)
SD29397851 Canal Head (Ulverston)
SD3177 Carter House (Ulverston)
SD28627873 chapel, Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD28737842 chapel, Ulverston (2) (Ulverston)
SD29547885 Cockshot Quarries (Ulverston)
SD28687820 Coronation Hall (Ulverston)
SD28837789 Devonshire Arms (Ulverston)
SD29067763 Dragley Beck Bridge (Ulverston)
SD28417828 drain, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28277817 Fair View (Ulverston) L
SD29167868 Ford Park (Ulverston)
SD29177841 Free Grace Baptist Church (Ulverston)
SD28477846 Gill Brewery (Ulverston)
SD28537829 Globe Inn, The (Ulverston) L
SD28727835 Grapes, The (Ulverston)
SD29477778 High Lund Beck Bridge (Ulverston)
SD294790 Hoad Hill (Ulverston)
SD28477812 Holy Trinity Church (Ulverston) L
SD28537837 Hope and Anchor (Ulverston) L
SD28817846 Hope Cottage (Ulverston)
SD2878 hospital, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD29047753 hydrant plate, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28857861 hydrant plate, Ulverston (2) (Ulverston)
SD28607871 hydrant plate, Ulverston (3) (Ulverston)
SD28707846 hydrant plate, Ulverston (4) (Ulverston)
SD28957763 Ivy Cottage (Ulverston) L
SD28627847 Kings Arms Inn (Ulverston)
SD28547828 Kings Head (Ulverston) L
SD28557841 Laurel and Hardy Museum (Ulverston)
SD28677821 Laurel and Hardy Statue (Ulverston)
SD28577729 Levy Beck Bridge (Ulverston)
SD28517835 Lonsdale House Hotel (Ulverston) L
SD29687811 Lund Hall (Ulverston)
SD28637829 Market Hall (Ulverston)
SD289778 miniature railway, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD284784 Nevill Hall (Ulverston) gone
SD29767832 New Basin (Ulverston)
SD30647747 North Lonsdale Crossing (Ulverston)
SD28817843 Oddfellows Hall (Ulverston) L
SD28847840 Old Brewery (Ulverston)
SD28497833 Old Daltongate House (Ulverston) L
SD28587864 Old Friends (Ulverston) L
SD296788 Oubas Hill (Ulverston)
SD28497872 pinfold, Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD28677823 post box, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD29047754 post box, Ulverston (4) (Ulverston)
SD29367780 post box, Ulverston (5) (Ulverston)
SD28597745 post box, Ulverston (6) (Ulverston)
SD28977850 post box, Ulverston (7) (Ulverston)
SD28747835 post box, Ulverston (8) (Ulverston)
SD28587835 post box, Ulverston (9) (Ulverston)
SD28667822 Post Office (Ulverston)
SD28587790 railway bridge, Ulverston (3) (Ulverston)
SD28807793 railway bridge, Ulverston (4) (Ulverston)
SD28927795 railway bridge, Ulverston (5) (Ulverston)
SD29067797 railway bridge, Ulverston (6) (Ulverston)
SD30417806 railway bridge, Ulverston (7) (Ulverston)
SD29257805 railway bridge, Ulverston (8) (Ulverston)
SD28607844 Rose and Crown (Ulverston) L
SD304770 Sandhall (Ulverston)
SD305774 Sandside (Ulverston)
SD28477854 sculpture, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28667822 seat, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28527820 Sefton House (Ulverston) L
SD29477907 Sir John Barrow Monument (Ulverston) L
SD301779 South Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28537760 Springfield Mansions (Ulverston) L
SD27 St John's Church (Ulverston)
SD30267767 St Jude's Church (Ulverston)
SD28967822 Stan Laurel Inn (Ulverston)
SD28127834 Stone Cross (Ulverston) L
SD28777921 summer house, Ulverston (2) (Ulverston)
SD28627836 Sun Inn, The (Ulverston) L
SD29127844 Swan Inn (Ulverston)
SD28407830 toll gate, Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD28787806 Auction Mart (Ulverston)
SD29147700 Ulverston Cemetery (Ulverston)
SD28987818 Ulverston Fire Station (Ulverston)
SD28007782 Ulverston Goods Junction (Ulverston)
SD28537792 Ulverston Goods Station (Ulverston) L
SD28917816 Ulverston Methodist Church (Ulverston)
SD28867860 Ulverston Parish Church Centre (Ulverston)
SD28827823 Ulverston Police Station (Ulverston)
SD28467788 Ulverston Station (Ulverston) L
SD30537658 Ulverston Wire Works (Ulverston)
SD28667823 Albright Ironmonger (Ulverston)
SD2878 Atkinson Memorials (Ulverston)
SD28657818 Barclays Bank (Ulverston) L
SD28637837 Brocklebank (Ulverston)
SD28617818 Ulverston: Cavendish Street, 20 (Ulverston) L
SD28617818 Cavendish House (Ulverston) L
SD28627818 Ulverston: Cavendish Street, 24 (Ulverston) L
SD28627818 Duffy's (Ulverston) L
SD28637818 Ulverston: Cavendish Street, 28 and 30 (Ulverston) L
SD28767856 Church Walk (Ulverston)
SD29567863 Cumbria Crystal (Ulverston)
SD28527836 Bar 6 (Ulverston) L
SD28527836 Ulverston: Daltongate, 8 and 10 (Ulverston) L
SD28497832 Eleven Restaurant (Ulverston) L
SD28487833 Ulverston: Daltongate, 15 to 21 (Ulverston) L
SD28427832 Ulverston: Daltongate, 39 to 43 (Ulverston) L
SD28717845 Fountain Street (Ulverston)
SD28697844 Russell House (Ulverston)
SD28497853 Gill, The (Ulverston)
SD28547854 Ulverston: Gill, 52 and 53 (Ulverston)
SD29057851 Ian Salmon, painter and decorator (Ulverston)
SD28727831 Irvings, butcher (Ulverston)
SD28597841 King Street (Ulverston)
SD28567837 Oxfam (Ulverston) L
SD28587837 Ulverston: King Street, 2 and 4 (Ulverston) L
SD28577840 Chippy Bank (Ulverston) L
SD28577841 Peter Ross electrical (Ulverston) L
SD28577841 Shipswheel Cafe (Ulverston) L
SD28587842 Boudoir Pink (Ulverston) L
SD28587842 Dickinson footwear (Ulverston) L
SD28587843 Jute (Ulverston) L
SD28627842 British Raj indian restaurant (Ulverston) L
SD28597844 Hair Studio, The (Ulverston) L
SD28587844 Ross Estate Agents (Ulverston) L
SD28597845 Hot Mango Cafe (Ulverston) L
SD28587845 Mawson Joiners and Builders (Ulverston) L
SD28597846 Lotus Chinese Restaurant (Ulverston) L
SD28617846 Inspirations (Ulverston)
SD28547835 Coral bookmaker (Ulverston) L
SD28547834 Ulverston: Market Place, 3 (Ulverston) L
SD28567833 Carmen's Cakes and Supplies (Ulverston) L
SD28577833 Salon Central (Ulverston) L
SD28587833 Thomas Cook (Ulverston) L
SD28587835 Ulverston: Market Place, 9 (Ulverston) L
SD28587836 Murray, pharmacist (Ulverston) L
SD28717834 Market Street (Ulverston)
SD28597836 Taste of Cumbria (Ulverston) L
SD28587832 Ulverston: Market Street, 2 (Ulverston) L
SD28607836 Pure (Ulverston) L
SD28607836 soupdragon (Ulverston) L
SD28617836 Cornerstone (Ulverston) L
SD28627836 BetFred (Ulverston) L
SD28647834 Co-operative Travel, The (Ulverston) L
SD28647834 Gina Cook (Ulverston) L
SD28677834 Ulverston: Market Street, 26 and 30 (Ulverston) L
SD28687834 Dodd's Designer Florist (Ulverston) L
SD28717833 Mad Hatter's Tearoom (Ulverston) L
SD28737832 Ulverston: Market Street, 46 to 84 (Ulverston) L not found
SD28717833 Sutton's Bookshop (Ulverston) L
SD28727833 Brambles (Ulverston) L
SD28767832 Gillam House (Ulverston) L
SD28727832 Two by Two (Ulverston) L
SD28767832 Ulverston: Market Street, 53 (Ulverston)
SD28727832 Tinners' Rabbit (Ulverston) L
SD28737832 Samovar (Ulverston)
SD28737832 Lake District Lobster and Seafood Co (Ulverston) L
SD28747832 Shop Floor, The (Ulverston) L
SD28747832 Gillam's of Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD28747831 Gillam's (Ulverston) L
SD28747831 Thomas's Bakery (Ulverston) L
SD28757830 Herbalist, The (Ulverston) L
SD28637832 HSBC (Ulverston) L
SD28547832 Nat West (Ulverston) L
SD28757832 Olive, dress shop (Ulverston)
SD28797835 Pepperpot Interiors (Ulverston)
SD28567832 Robinson Optician (Ulverston) L
SD28567832 Old Curiosity Shop, The (Ulverston) L
SD28567831 Queen Street Consulting Rooms (Ulverston) L
SD28567831 Ulverston: Queen Street, 9 (Ulverston) L
SD28567829 Ristorante Rossini (Ulverston) L
SD28567828 Naaz (Ulverston) L
SD28547827 Town House (Ulverston) L
SD28567827 Rainbow, The (Ulverston) L
SD28527826 Ulverston: Queen Street, 18 (Ulverston) L
SD28547825 Ulverston: Queen Street, 20 and 22 (Ulverston) L
SD28537823 Ulverston: Queen Street, 26 (Ulverston)
SD28537823 Ulverston: Queen Street, 28 (Ulverston) L
SD28537822 Ulverston: Queen Street, 30 (Ulverston) L
SD28537821 Verdun House (Ulverston) L
SD28547818 Ulverston: Queen Street, 36 (Ulverston)
SD28597863 Soutergate (Ulverston)
SD28627853 Ulverston: Soutergate, 22 and 24 (Ulverston) L
SD28597857 Bugle Horn (Ulverston)
SD28627854 Ulverston: Soutergate, 26 (Ulverston) L
SD28617856 Ulverston: Soutergate, 28 (Ulverston) L
SD28617857 Ulverston: Soutergate, 30 (Ulverston) L
SD28617857 Ulverston: Soutergate, 32 (Ulverston) L
SD28597860 Cromwell Cottage (Ulverston) L
SD28617858 Ulverston: Soutergate, 34 (Ulverston) L
SD28607866 Ulverston: Soutergate, 62 (Ulverston)
SD28607870 Ulverston: Soutergate, 78 (Ulverston) L
SD28617872 Ulverston: Soutergate, 82 (Ulverston) L
SD28477834 Sun Street (Ulverston)
SD28517873 Ulverston: Sun Street, 2 (Ulverston)
SD29037854 Ulverston: Swan Street, 71-77 (Ulverston)
SD28747834 Trustee Savings Bank (Ulverston) L
SD28767833 Ulverston: Union Street, 2 (Ulverston) L
SD28537824 Virginia House Hotel (Ulverston) L
SD28577834 war memorial, Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD28697838 warehouse, Ulverston (Ulverston) L
SD29147700 Wilson Monument (Ulverston) L
SD28487867 Ulverston Workhouse (Ulverston)
SD27977895 wrestling ring, Osmotherley (Osmotherley)
SD29067764 Dragley Beck (Ulverston)
SD29037757 Sir John Barrow's Cottage (Ulverston) L
SD2878 Stephen Soulby printer (Ulverston)
SD29677839 railway viaduct, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD29397852 Ulverston Canal (Ulverston)
SD28577818 drinking fountain, Ulverston (Ulverston)
SD28897868 St Mary and Holy Trinity Church (Ulverston) L
SD284782 Swarthmoor Meeting House (Ulpha) L
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