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Thursday, 31 January 2008
by Brad Storey

THE STOREYS OF LANCASTER.

In the Troutbeck Lord's Rental, 1706, an Elizabeth Storey appears amongst the tenants. She is described as a spinster. Mr. Browne thinks this lady must have been a sister of John Storey, though he has not got her down in his pedigree of the Storeys. The name is not included in Sheet II. Pedigree of Storeys of Old Hutton and Troutbeck.

NOTES FORWARDED BY MR. GEORGE BROWNE, OF
TOWN END, TROUTBECK.
Extracts from Parish Registers and other Records.
    1632. Robert Atkinson, living at Long Green Head.
    1639.         Do.                               do.
    1670. Sept. 9th. Agnes, daughter of Thomas Atkinson of Long Green Head, baptized.
    1673. July 28th. Margaret, daughter of ditto, baptized.
    1694. May 31st. Robert, son of Thomas Atkinson of Long Green Head, buried.
    1694. November 26th. Thomas Atkinson of Long Green Head, buried.
    1695. May 25th. Agnes, the wife of John Storey, buried.
    1697. May 4th. John Storey and Agnes Brown of Orrest Head, in Applethwaite, married.
    1698. Richard, son of John Storey, baptized March 27th.
    1695. Troutbeck Church Collectors' Accounts:-Received of the executors of Thomas Atkinson of Long Green Head, for his legacie, £1 10s.

APPLETHWAITE LORDS' RENTALS.
    1675. Richard Storey, customary rent, 2s. 0d.; free rent, 2d.
    1675. Robert Atkinson, Long Green Head, customary rent, 1s. 4d.; free rent, 7s. 1d.
    1675. Thomas Atkinson, customary rent, 5s, 9d.; free rent, 3½d.
    1686. Thomas Atkinson, customary rent, 5s. 9d.; free rent, 4½d.
    1686. Richard Storey, Browhead, customary rent, 14s. 1d. ; free rent, 4½d.
    1686. Richard Storey, Browhead, customary rent. -s. 6d ; free rents, 5d.
    1706. Richard Storey, customary rent, 2s. 6d.; free rent, 3d.
    1706.           Do. 2s. 0d.; free rent, 2d.
    1740. Richard Storey, Long Green Head, customary rent, 14s. 5½d., including also free rent.
    1740. William Storey, Browhead, customary rent, 2s. 9d., including free rent.

TROUTBECK LORDS' RENTALS.
    1706. Elizabeth Storey, customary rent, 4s. 0d.; free rent, 3d.; Hall Ing rent, 1s. 6d.
    1717. John Storey, customary rent, 4s.; free rent, 3d.; Hall Ing rent, 1s. 6d.
    1723. John Storey, customary rent, 4s. 6d.; free rent, 3½d.; Hall Ing, 1s. 6d.
    1739. Richard Storey, customary rent, 4s. 6d.; free rent, 3½d; Hall Ing rent, 1s. 6d.
    1744. Richard Storey             do.                         do.                        do.
    1744. Thomas Storey, Browhead, customary rent, 4s. 5d.; free rent, 4d.
    1739. Edward ffawcett, Townhead, customary rent, 4s. 5d.; free rent, 4d.
    1675. Barony of Kendal, New Hutton-Henry Storey, Lords' Rental, 8s. 1d,

APPLETHWAITE POLL TAX.
    1692. Thomas Atkinson and Robert, his son. Long Green Head.
    1692. John Storey and Charles Storey, Browhead. Charles Storey was evidently a woollen draper.

      In 1723, John Storey of Applethwaite took the oath of allegiance to the House of Hanover.

    1734. COURT BARON - William Storey admitted tenant of a tenement, rent 2s. 6d., by deed from John Storey.
             John Storey of Lone Green Head was buried 29th December, 1735.

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