Ibis Hotel - Ivy House, Harraby

IBIS HOTEL Botchergate
CN 08.08.2003 p14 £2m Ibis Hotel opens

ICE CREAM MANUFACTURERS
City Minutes 1902-03 p188 Water for ice collected from local ponds and pools

ICE MEN
Denton Holme Childhood, B.Cullen p58 Deliveries of ice to butchers 1930s

ICE RINK/ SKATING
See also Curling
CP 09.12.1892 p5c Skating pond at Botcherby; working on dam
CN 27.03.1987 p1 City will get ice rink within 3 years
CN 08.11.2002 p1 260 sq metre ice ring outside Old Town Hall for Christmas
CN 06.12.2002 p5 800 skaters in first weekend; letter page 13
CN 20.12.2002 p6 History of skating and various local ponds
CN 27.12.2002 p6 Unseasonal weather closes rink
CN 07.10.2005 p5 Planning permission refused for rink
CN 14.07.2006 p14 Willowholome ice rink that opened without planning permissio closes
CN 27.04.2007 p22 Carlisle coach firm Stacey’s to but rink which will become their depot

ICE SHOWS
CN 01.11.1996 p3 (illus) Fishy business keeps the phantom skating on

ICIS SALES
CN 09.04.1999 p15 I’ll fight on says sacked mum

IDEAL ADVERTISING AND DESIGN
CN 24.04.1987 p7 Liquidation

ILLEGITIMATE BIRTHS
See also Stanwix Home for Friendless Girls
City Minutes 1908-09 p253-56 4 per thousand in year 1908
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1920 p79; 84 in 1920
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1924 p31 No facilities but for one house
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1924 p57 53 in 1924
City Minutes 1925-6 p96 Lease of Coledale Hall home for Friendless Girls
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1928 p66 83 in year, 74 per 1,000 births
CN 27.03.1943 Opening of St Mary’s Home by Bishop on 24.03.1943

ILLITERACY see ADULT ILLITERACY

IMMIGRANTS
See also CHINESE; ETHNIC GROUPS; IRISH; ITALIANS; RACISM
Chief Constable’s Annual Report for 1929 p6 Nos of aliens in city by nationality
CN 08.12.1973 p3 Ugandan Asians in Carlisle
CN 01.04.2005 p6 Succes story of Iranian businessman in city
CN 12.08.2005 pp12 Feature on Bangladesh businessman
CN 16.12.2005 p1 Estimate of 300-400 migrant workers in city
CN 12.01.2007 p24 Polish food store opens in Market Hall

IMPACT HOLIDAYS
CN 02.07.1993 p2 Holiday makers stranded

IMPACT HOUSING
CN 11.10.1991 p23 City hostel
CN 03.09.2004 p13 Letter concerning Carlisle’s University Halls of Residence

INCAR HIFI Shaddongate
CN 29.05.1998 p6 Ad

INDENTURES
CJ 05.05.1950 p5 Circa 1850

INDEPENDENT BUILDERS MERCHANTS; Kingmoor
CN 05.11.2004 p20 Opens in carlisle

INDEPENDENT CHAPEL Annetwell Street
CN 10.04.1987 p4 (illus)
CN 13.01.1989 p4 A vanished city church

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS Nationwide Temperance Movement. It was non-denominational but Methodists were prominent in the movement because of their stand on drink. In 1905 Carlisle had 4 lodges for meetings and social activities; Anchor Lodge which met at the Mission Hall Beaconsfield Street, the Beacon of the Border Lodge which met at the United Methodist Free Church, Lowther Street, Hope of Carlisle Lodge which met at the Temperance Lodge, Caldewgate and the Excelsior Lodge which met at Christ Church Scools, Lancaster St. Lodges existed in Carlisle until the 1960s. In 1957/58 a national conference was held in the city, when Carlisle still had two lodges.

INDIAN KING Botchergate; in local directories 1834 to 1837

INDIAN MUTINY
Carlisle Examiner 27.05.1858 p4a,b Letters home from soldiers
Carlisle Examiner 10.08.1858 p2c Letter home from carlisle lad
Carlisle Examiner 31.09.1858 p2f Letter to Carlisle Examiner
Carlisle Examiner 26.10.1858 p3c Letter home from soldier
Carlisle Examiner 02.11.1858 p2f Letter home from soldier

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION; Carlisle Branch
CJ 03.10.1944 p3 Inaugural address
CJ 31.03.1950 p3 Name change
CJ 07.04.1950 p2 Affiliation

INDUSTRY AND TRADE First industry Abbey Mill, fulling Mill and dyehouse, which was taken over by the Guliker brothers in 1724, going bankrupt in 1740, local parish registers refer to factory man, factory child [CWAAS vol 85, 1985 pp 187 - 191]; 1772 ‘Considerable manufacture of printed linens and coarse checks....great manufature of whips..here also made excellent fish-hooks’ [T.Pennant; a tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772]
CN 31.01.1975 p9 CN 05.10.1979 pp15-21
CN 01.09.1928 p9 In the 1860s
CN 16.12.1933 p14 Review
CN 18.02.1937 p13 Review
CN 15.12.1945 p5 Wartime activities
CN 10.12.1949 p8 Industrial review
CN 17.12.1949 p6 Industrial review
CN 16.12.1950 p7 Review for the year 1950
CN 04.07.1958 Supplement ‘Last 150 years; Carlisle reborn through industry’
CN 14.04.1960 Industrial supplement
CN 24.02.1989 p4 City’s entry to the industrial revolution
CN 06.07.1990 p15 Traffic worries lead to protest\
CN 17.08.1990 p23 Industry bid hits strong opposition
CN 31.08.1990 p3 Industry plan sparks storm
CN 14.09.1990 p3 More protesters signing on
CN 14.09.1990 p1 Squeeze on city trade
CN 21.09.1990 p1 I’ll go bust; rent blow
CN 21.09.1990 p10 Warning signs for our shops
CN 21.09.1990 p15 Protest ignored in store plan
CN 05.10.1990 p5 City roads petition is growing
CN 12.10.1990 p13 Jobs cut threat to city painters
CN 19.10.1990 p19 5,000 to join estate battle
CN 26.10.1990 p11 D-Day for Kingstown
CN 16.11.1990 p3 Call to clobber go-slow builders
CN 16.11.1990 p44 City industry protest grows
CN 30.11.1990 p3 Strike threat over jobs axe
CN 30.11.1990 p1 City protest for Heseltine
CN 28.12.1990 p1 Super office plan for 600 jobs
CN 08.03.1991 p25 Rallying call to city action group
CN 18.09.1992 p1 £40m plan powers in with jobs
CN 06.11.1992 p1 City aims for the top
CN 02.07.1993 p4 Railways role vital to city
CN 27.01.1995 p1 City businesses stung by huge hike in rates
CN 17.03.1995 p10 Profits of boom
CN 25.08.1995 pp1,15 Gift firm to open city warehouse
CN 13.12.1996 p10 Christmas demand brings seasonal cheer to firms
CN 04.07.1997 p10 (illus) Fires, strikes and death; life and times of a city mill
CN 13.03.1998 p5 Triple trade boost
CN 12.08.2005 pp18 City must diversify to stop more job losses

INFANT CLOTHING SOCIETY Founded in 1811
1829 Parson and White p 142; details
Mannix and Whellan 1847 p 136

INFANT MORTALITY
City Minutes 1890-91pp158-59. Medical Officer of Health’s annual report
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1919 pp65-70; rates 1909 to 1919
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1923 p12 rate 1891 - 1923
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1925 pp58-64
Sanitary Condition of the City of Carlisle 1928 p66 rate 1909 - 1928

INFIRMARY AND SHOW FORGE Agricultural Hall
CD 1893-94 Ad p12

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC
City Minutes 1918-19 pp276-281 121 Deaths from influenza in 1918
CN 07.12.1929 p9 Carlisle’s old time diseases
ENS 06.02.1978 p8 When killer flu ran rampant
CN 07.12.1990 p4 Memories of flu epidemic
CN 27.10.2000 p1 Scandal over flu jab lottery

INFORMATION CENTRE
CN 12.10.1990 p9 Council centre hoping for the right answers
CN 29.11.1996 p6 Euro MP launches information link

INGLEDENE NURSERY Etterby
CN 19.03.1993 p1 Bloomin sad day for firm

INGLEDENE SCHOOL 112 Warwick Road; private school. Today [2009] this property is a bed and breakfast establishment. It is now called Warwick View, although the name Ingledene is still incised on the stone gate post
E.Nelson Around Carlisle p74 School photo with Misses Allonby and Tinkler
Carlisle from the Kendall Collection p120 Photo of School
CP 07.02.1896 p8a Boarding and day school for girls, Warwick Road; principals Miss Tinkler and Allonby
1901 census; Jane A Tinkler, Principal, aged 43, partner Emma Allonby, aged 40
CP 13.01.1905 p1 Ad Boarding and day school for girls
1934 Directory 112 Warwick Rd Misses Tinkler and Allonby
CN 24.07.1937 p14 Closure

INGLEDOW, A.J. Ltd Finkle Street
Stationers and office furnishers
CD 1966-68 AD p299
CN 05.02.1988 p5 Opening new premises; Rosehill Industrial Estate
CN 17.11.1995 pp14-15 Ad

INGLEDOW’S PRINTERS
CN 18.11.1977 p16 (illus)

INGLEWOOD, Dalston Rd Built by Thomas Williamson, Port Rd tanner, with his initials and date of 1897 on doorway, now a nursing home[CN 08.10.2004 p6]
1901 census; Thomas Williamson, tanner, aged 46, bn Harrington

INGLEWOOD FOREST INN Pennine Way; completed 21.10.1953
CN 03.10.1953 p9 (illus) New inn opened soon in Carlisle
CN 16.12.1977 p7 (illus) Redecoration
ENS 04.08.1982 p1 Knife raid
CN 29.05.1998 p7 Cumbrian pubs change hands in £15m package
CN 09.11.2007 p7 Opposition to closure of Inglewood and housing development on site
CN 04.01.2008 p15 Objections to housing development on pub site; 41 houses
CN 07.03.2008 p47 Development at Inglewood Forest set for go ahead

INGLEWOOD INFANT SCHOOL Opened Autumn term 1953; official opening 08.04.1954; by December 1954 it was known as Inglewood Infants; but before that was known as Harraby Infants School. The design of the Infants School was chosen by the Ministry of Education for inclusion in an exhibition of 20 designs selected from the whole country to illustrate the most significant contribuiotns to comtemporary school building.
CJ 10.04.1954 pp3,5 (illus) Opened
CN 10.04.1954 p3 (illus)
CN 25.07.1997 p15 Infants win a glowing report

INGLEWOOD JUNIOR SCHOOL Officially opened 02.12.1954
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p84 Photo of 1992 6 aside soccer team
CN 04.07.1997 p13 (illus) Pupils capture city’s history on mural
CN 23.12.1998 p7 School wins ‘A’ from Ofsted
CN 19.12.2003 p3 Viv Sealby retires; deputy head, after 24 years at school

INGLEWOOD RESIDENTIAL HOME
CN 15.03.1991 p12 Ad

INNER RING ROAD see RING ROAD

INNES, J.K. and Co Ltd
CN 23.12.1965 p8

INNS see HOTELS AND INNS

INSTITUTE OF ROAD TRANSPORT ENGINEERS
CN 16.09.1994 p8 Party time

INTEGER FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Victoria Place
CN 03.09.1999 p18 Ad

INTERNATIONAL SHOW OF FRUIT AND FLOWERS Held in Carlisle Sept. 1877
CN 01.09.1972 p6
CN 07.10.1988 p4 City hosted a top show

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER FESTIVAL
CN 25.04.2003 p25 Fourth music festival will run from July12-19th this year

INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE; Carlisle Branch
CN 14.01.1966 p10 (illus)

INTERNET
CN 09.02.1996 p5 Roll up to surf the internet (Lanes Library)
ENS 05.03.1996 p18 (illus) Library spins a world wide web
CN 23.02.1996 Supplement
CN 21.06.1996 p3 Colleges weave their web
CN 23.08.1996 p2 No need to spend £36m (Genesis)
CN 23.08.1996 Supplement
CN 04.10.1996 p4 Pirates ‘steal’ county names from the net
CN 03.01.1997 p3 Internet cash plea
CN 07.03.1997 p12 Firms get second bite at internet cherry
CN 24.01.1997 p12 Training logs on to the net
CN 28.03.1997 p11 Explore the Wembley-wide web
CN 15.08.1997 p9 Guardians of the wild go on the web
CN 07.11.1997 p5 County businesses to go global
CN 28.11.1997 p9 Parish pump on the super highway

IREDALE, Joseph Brewers founded 1830s; High Brewery, first High Brewery at Browns Row/ Water Street, at the back of the railway station, this being demolished in the 1870s for the station extension; new High Brewery opened about 1875/76 on Currock St; State Management stopped brewing here in 1917; this building demolished 1975, after fire in November 1974
CN 21.10.1960 p12 CN 09.02.1968 p10 CN 14.06.1968 p12
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894-1916, 2004, pp21-29
1851 census High Brewery,Water St, Joseph Iredale,44,Brewer / malster, bn Lorton
1861 census High Brewery, Water St, Joseph Iredale, 54, master brewer, bn Lorton
1877 photo of new High Brewery, Carlisle in Camera 1 p30
1891 census; John G.Iredale, brewer, aged 46, born Carlisle; home 5 Currock Rd
CD 1902-03 Ad p172
CD 1905-06 Ad p14

IRISH
CN 01.09.1928 p9 Irish workers in the 1860s

IRISH CATTLE MARKET The Sands
CN 21.01.1950 p4 Decline in tolls

IRISH GATE Gate removed as part of demolition of city walls in 1811
Topping, G and Potter, J Memorials of old Carlisle p27
CN 06.04.1973 p6 (illus) CN 05.07.1974 p6 (illus) ENS 03.05.1986 p4
Cumberland Pacquet 14.05.1811 Irish gate removed
CN 26.02.1999 p12 Magpies put city history into a fireplace

IRISH GATE BRIDGE Opened 09.10.2000
CN 31.03.2000 p7 Giant crane to lift new bridge
CN 07.04.2000 p1 (illus) Midnight move
CN 14.04.2000 p1 (illus) Civic Trust slates bridge
CN 06.10.2000 p1 (illus) Irishgate Bridge opens next week (09.10.2000)
CN 13.10.2000 p3 (illus) Disabled access is adequate, says council
CN 06.07.2001 p5 Wheelchair users 8 week delay before they can use bridge
CN 30.11.2001 p8 Access for disables people won’t be restored until 2002

IRISH GATE TAVERN Previously called the Old Black Bull Inn/ Blazing Barrel; pub demolished in 1972 for Castleway
ENS 05.10.1916 Amalgamation of Black Bull with Saracen’s Head
Carlisle in Camera 1 p44 photo of pub in 1920s
CN 04.10.1991 p4 (illus)
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p14 Photo in 1963
CN 06.11.1970 p30 Tavern to be bought by the Council
CN 16.04.1971 p3 Tavern to be closed this weekend
CN 19.05.1972 (illus of inn sign) Inn sign rescued by Tullie House

IRTHING STREET
City Minutes 1904-05 Approval for 17 houses

IRVING, George London Road; Close St
Slater
Leading Trader of the City Ad p42 A616
CD 1952 Ad p367
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p274
CD 1955-56 Ad p280
CD 1961-62 Ad p298
CD 1966-68 Ad p295

IRVING, Joseph Grocer, dealer and chapman
CP 19.05.1821 p1c Bankruptcy

IRVING, Joseph Kendal St.; died 15.07.18?? [Monumental Inscription29/14]
Builder
CD 1880 Ad pxlviii
1882 Porters Directory Ad p122 Joiner, builder, Kendal St

IRVING, Nancy
CP 24.11.1821 p2c Bankrupcy of city innkeeper

IRVING, R.H. Construction firm founded 1975 by Hylton Irving
CN 23.09.2005 p16 Move out of town to Longtown; 52 staff £6.5m turnover

IRVING, R.H. Security fencing specialist
CN 02.09.2005 p14 Firm lands £80,000 deal in Wales; founded 5 years ago

IRVING, Rita Dance teacher
Denton Holme Childhood, B.Cullen, p35 Photo of dancers 1937; p38 in 1939;p24

IRVING, Thomas Carter employing 2 men, aged 70, born Scaleby, home address Botchergate [1851 census]

IRVING, W.F. St Nicholas
Antiques, carpet fitter
CD 1955-56 Ad p288
CD 1961-62 Ad p34

IRVING, HINDSON AND CO English Street
Grocer
Carlisle Diocesan Directory 1871; Ad late J.Irving

IRVINGS COACHES Jesmond St
CN 12.09.1997 p17 Ad. Irvings coaches - a name you can rely on
CN 17.11.2006 p20 Launched in 1966 by Robert Irving and Leslie Bell

IRVINGS LANE, Botchergate
City Council Minutes 1930 -31 p70 Ten dwellings unfit for human habitation

IRWIN, B Scotch Street
CP 15.10.1825 p2 Grocer removed from Scotch St to English Street

IRWIN, George Globe Lane
Printer
CP 20.10.1821 p2f Starting printing business; to publish The Citizen

ISAAC NEWTON INN Botchergate; in local dorectories for 1844 to 1847; afterwards called Andrew Marvel

ISABELLA STREET, Newtown Rd
City Minutes 1929-30 p650 Nos 20 and 22 unfit for human habitation

ISMAY, G Wine and spirit merchant
Carlisle the Archive Photographs, p57 photo of shop front on Scotch St

ISMAY’S VAULTS Scotch Street
ENS 02.11.1916 Name changed to Market Tavern

ISMAY’S VAULTS Botchergate
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894 - 1916 p74-5

ISOLATION HOSPITAL Belle Vue
CJ 18.12.1903 p5 Proposed smallpox hospital
City Minutes 1906-07 p48 Smallpox hospital completed; also 255, 275 etc
CJ 06.12.1907 p4 Hospital to take patients from Workington Prison and Workhouse
CJ 27.12.1907 p4e Earlier in year completed
CJ 30.12.1927 phots of chldrens Christmas party
CN 18.08.2000 p9 Isolation Hospital sold in 1981

ITALIANS
CJ 05.10.1816 Native of Italy, well known in this city for many years
Monumental Inscriptions of St Cuthberts entry 78 Charles Aiano, barometer maker, who dies September 29th 1816, aged 56. As a tribute by his cousin Charles Aiano
CN 02.01.1998 p7 Cumbria’s Italians came, saw and conquered our taste buds
CN 21.06.2002 p7 Notes on some early 20th century immigrants in city

ITALIAN GARDENS
Also called Ornamental/ Chinese Gardens
City Minutes 1929-30 p606 Scheme for garden at entrance to Rickerby Park
CJ 05 12.1933 New gardens - old materials used; sandstone from gaol
CJ 22.12.1933 p8 Opened

IVINSON GREENWOOD Bank Street
Builders
CD 1966-68 AD p255

IVISON Family of clockmakers; Henry who worked in Scotch Street went bankrupt in 1812; John worked in St Albans Row, retiring in favour of his sons, John dying in 1837, and Spencer 1835
See J.Penfold ‘Clockmakers of Cumberland’, pp43-45

IVISON, W.T. Devonshire St, New Market
Fruit store
CD 1893-94 Ad p70

IVY HOUSE, Harraby
1918 Electoral Register Robert Blain