Kangol Helmets - Kwik Save

Also called at times ‘Allied Signals’, ‘Breed’’, BSRD’ ‘Key Safety Systems’
CN 08.05.1970 p1 CN 06.03.1970 p11 CN 17.04.1970 p1 CN 29.05.1970 p15 CN 01.09.1972 p1 CN 03.04.1978 p36 CN 10.03.1978 p1
ENS 14.09.1959 p1 Fire
ENS 04.05.1964 p7 Hope to expand again
CN 17.12.1965 p1 (illus) Chimney demolition
CN 27.10.1967 p6 Seat belts order
CN 17.04.1970 p1 Extensions
CN 24.04.1970 p17 Queen’s Award for Industry
ENS 14.03.1977 p1 Kangol hit by car crisis
ENS 23.02.1978 p1 Row flares at Kangols
CN 24.02.1978 p15 Expansion - letter
ENS 25.02.1978 p1 Council give go ahead expansion
CN 03.03.1978 p36 Expansion
CN 10.11.1989 p5 Factory hours axed
CN 25.05.1990 p5 New posts at city firm
CN 21.06.1991 p13 Jobs boom
CN 04.10.1991 p25 Back to work
CN 08.05.1992 p7 City company leads county with award
CN 08.05.1992 p10 It’s people who bring success
CN 02.08.1996 p5 (illus) New seat belt firm... all under one roof
CN 05.09.1997 p3 Takeover raises job fears
CN 20.12.1996 p1 City’s Xmas job hamper from Peugeot-Citroen
CN 27.11.1998 p14 Seatbelt company could close
CN 02.07.1999 p21 Breed plant for sale again
CN 28.04.2000 p 6 Hats of to William Carrick
CN 25.08.2000 p16 Weak ‘euro’ cost 220 Carlisle jobs
CN 11.06.2004 p2 152 of 242 jobs go to Romania; Key Safety Systems

CN 17.07.1998 p15 Ad

KATHLEEN’S Annetwell St
Children and baby wear
CD 1955-56 Ad p270

CN 04.08.1989 p8 Ad

KAYS Denton Street
Household textiles
Denton Holme Childhood, B.Cullen, p20 Desccription of 1930s outfitters
CD 1966-68 Ad p30

KEAY, John Attorney at law; Bailey’s Northern Directory, 1784

KEAYS LANE Certainly in existence by 14th century (Carlisle a frontier city p16)
1891 census; 48 people living in lane
The Lanes Remembered pp, 2, 91 Photos

KEEN, M Norfolk Street
Carlisle the Archive Photographs p120 Photo of corner shop in 1930s

KEENAN, James Denton Street
Electrical and wireless engineer
CD 1931 Ad p140

KEENAN, W.J. Denton St , East Norfolk Street
Painter an decorator
CD 1924 Ad p52
CD 1927 Ad p52
CD 1931 Ad p144
CD 1934 Ad p321 Established 1904

KEENAN PARK Opened 10.10.1962
City Council Minutes 02.04.1959 p982 Agreement to purchase land
CN 12.10.1962 p13 (illus) Opening
CN 19.10.1962 p10 Vandalism at new park

KEKWICK, J.W. Surgeon dentist
CP 04.02.1865 Ad; removed to 9 Henry Street

CN 13.05.2005 p6 Wins contract to design and build leisure complex in Dunfries

KELD HOUSE Old Wigton Road
1847 Directory William Ancell, farmer
1851 census William Ancell, farmer, aged 45 , born Carlisle
1861 census Edward Cartner, 53, farmer 170 acres, born Beaumont
09.10.1866 Edward Cartner of Keld House died [Monum. Inscr. 72/13]
CP 30.10.1874 p1 Ad; Estate called Keld House for sale; Mrs Cartner lives there
1901 directory; Henry Graham, farmer, Keld House; 1901 census Henry Graham, farmer, aged 31, born Carlisle but called Kell House

KELD ROAD In voters list from 1968

KELLETT, J.T. Alton Street
CD 1902-03 Ad p10
CD 1905-06 Ad p262
CD 1952 Ad p72

KELLEY’S IRONMONGERS Started 1916 Globe Lane; Lowther St
The Lanes Remembered, photo of Globe Lane p66, memories 66-7
CN 27.11.1981 p11 Collapse
CN 14.05.1999 p16 (illus) We’ll fight to win
CN 09.05.2003 p3 Kelley’s to close this year
CN 16.05.2003 p9 Behind the decision to close shop
CN 07.11.2003 p3 To close January 10th 2004; manager Charlie Barling

KELL HOUSE, Harraby William Furby, farmer, [Parson and White, 1829] also William Wilson, farmer. [Parson and White, 1829];

KELL HOUSES Marked on G.Smith’s 1746 map of Carlisle off Wigton Road; 1847 Directory William Wilson, Kell House; 1851 census, Kellhouses head of household Jane Wilson, aged 83, born Orton, Cumberland. See also Morton Cottage

KELLS PLACE, Stanwix Nos. 14,16, and 18 Probably early 18th century with later alterations; CJ 14.04.1838 p3 reports the death of Thomas Kells, late Quartermaster of the Rutland Fencible Cavalry, aged 84

KELLY, G and A Newtown Road
CD 1952 Ad p377

KELLY M.C. Bothcergate
Ladies gowns
CD 1966-68 Ad p280

KENMOUNT PLACE On 1899 Ordnance Survey sheet

KENDALE, John Mercer, died 18.05.1804 [Monumental Inscription St Cuthbert’s Yard]

KENDAL STREET First noted in directories from 1880; named after J.D.Carr who owned nearby Carr’s Biscuit works and was born in Kendal, or another in series of placenames in this area (Hawick St, Silloth St)
Carlisle the Archive Photographs p115 Pre 1950 photo along street
1877 photo; Carlisle in Camera 2 p5
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p189 photo of street in year 2000

CN 19.07.1991 p10 Ad
CN 20.09.1991 p16 Ad
CN 30.10.1992 p8 Ad
CN 19.11.1993 p8 Ad

KENNEDY CENTRE Lonsdale Street
CN 13.11.1987 p16
CN 17.03.1989 p27 A taste of the Orkneys in the heart of the city
CN 02.04.1999 p18 Ad
CN 10.09.1999 p5 Plans to make new bar best night spot

1610; so called on the Survey of the Soccage lands of Carlisle, [original in Howard of Naworth Archive, Durham Univerity, ref C49/1. See Northern History Vol XX, 1984]

KENTMERE Backhouse Walk; London Road; Lime Street
Cardboard box manufacturers
CD 1934 Ad p178
CD 1937 Ad p130
CD 1940 Ad p56
CD 1952 Ad p275
CD 1966-68 Ad p259
CN 13.12.1996 p1 22 jobs go as packaging factory folds

CN 06.09.2002 p5 Fast food giant to open in Lanes in Autumn

KERR and Sons Milbourne Crescent
Joiners and undertakers
CD 1924 Ad p294
CD 1927 Ad p304

CN 13.02.1970 p8 (illus) Closure from Carlisle

KETLEY, A Bank St; Crown and Anchor Lane
CD 1937 Ad p114
CD 1952 Ad p295
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p238

KEYTOR mechanical engineers; parent company Carrs Milling
CN 07.03.2003 p16 Keytor may shed 20 jobs

KETTLE, W.F. London Road, Charles Street; Mary Street; Abbey St
CD 1905-06 Ad p20
CD 1907-08 Ad p4
CD 1910-11 Ad p144
CD 1913-14 Ad p152
CD 1920 Ad p180
CD 1924 Ad p64
CD 1927 Ad p272
CD 1931 Ad p144
CD 1934 Ad p216
CD 1937 Ad p225
CD 1940 Ad p325
CD 1952 Ad p62
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p6
CD 1955-56 Ad p6
Leading Trader of the City Ad pp 32,33 A616
Old Carlisle; Second photographic recollection; J.Templeton p34 photo of shop
CN 17.09.1938 p19 Ad

CN 20.02.1987 p6 Opening


CN 03.10.2008 p3 and letter p 13 Key Travel and Travel Team merge. Key Travel owner Mike Patrickson retires. Business for 23 years on Viaduct

KEYS LANE, Scotch St So named on Wood’s 1821 map of city
1901 census; 69 people living in this lane
City Minutes 1928-9 p788 7 houses unfit for human habitation
V.White Carlisle and its Villages; drawing of lane in 1982 p16

KIDD, John English Street
Carte de visite noted John Kidd, 11 English Street
Carlisle Diocesan Calendar 1868 Ad
Slaters 1869 Directory, 11 English Street
CP 23.09.1870 Ad business bought by Benjamin Scott

CN 13.02.2004 p16 Wins contract to build call centre at Furness Business Park
CN 23.09.2005 p16 Strong performance in Carlisle office helps boost profits

KILNCROFT NURSING HOME St George’s Crescent Stanwix
CN 26.07.2002 p3 Home goes into receivership
CN 25.06.2004 p3 Former nursing home to be turned into flats

KILNCROFT SCHOOL St George’s Cres, Stanwix
E.Nelson Around Carlisle p74 photo of school and head Miss Elton
CD 1952 Ad p372
CD 1955-56 Ad p281
CD 1961-62 Ad p296
CD 1966-68 Ad p295

KILVINGTON, John C London Road
General dealer
CD 1893-94 Ad p138

KING, David Auctioneer; took over from H.E.Winter in 1962
ENS 03.09.1973 Move from Lonsdale Str to Lowther Street

KING, William Anthony Spirit Merchant, Carlisle; died 09.11.1862. Monumental inscription [23/10]

1610; so called on the Survey of the Soccage lands of Carlisle, [original in Howard of Naworth Archive, Durham Univerity, ref C49/1. See Northern History Vol XX, 1984]

CN 21.08.1998 p3 (illus) Arson hotel
CN 01.10.2004 p8 Playpark targeted by vandals

CPacquet 12.09.1809 p2d Annual King Garth dinner given by Corporation
Carlisle Examiner 29.08.1857 p3b
Carlisle Examiner 02.09.1858 p2d
CP19.08.1892 p5d King Garth dinner
CP 11.11.1892 p6d Moved, and agreed, that dinner be discontinued

CJ 04.06.1946 p2 Established in the city

see King’s Meadow
1610; so called on the Survey of the Soccage lands of Carlisle, [original in Howard of Naworth Archive, Durham Univerity, ref C49/1. See Northern History Vol XX, 1984]

KINGMOOR In 1532/3 Edward III granted ‘to the citizens of Carlisle...liberties and customs...the right to common pasture for all kinds of animals at all times of the year upon the King’s moor, with right to dig turfs there and carry them away at will’ [CWAAS 3rd seriesm vol 8 2008 p105] So called Kinge Moore in 1589; the hamlet of King Moor was formerly vested in the Crown [Hutchinson 2p 583]; ancient estate of the Corporation, given to the city of Carlisle by a charter of Edward III, associated with racing from an early period [CWAAS OS Vol 12 p191]
1750 Plan of Kingmoor estate - see CWAAS 3rd series Vol 8, 2008 p106
Hutchinson Vol 2 pp583-584 Description of place in 1794
CJ 18.06.1920 (illus) Kingmoor housing scheme
CN 07.06.1991 p5 Transport policy site call
CN 18.12.1992 p13 City dig lucky strike finds Iron Age site
CN 12.07.1996 p15 Fair still set to be the biggest
CN 19.07.1996 p13 Crowds flock to the fair
CN 21.02.1997 p13 Aerial photograph

KINGMOOR BRICK AND TILE WORKS NY 396 586 Opened 1896; closed 1960s
Cumbrian Industrialist, Vol 3, 2000 p50

12.12.1878 James Johnston died Kingmoor Ccrossing SMI 103/3
25.12.1914 Jane Smith d Kingmoor Crossing SMI 83/3
1934 Directory Kingmoor Crossing Mrs Beatty

KINGMOOR HOUSE Kingmoor House was built on land leased to Joseph Read, who was mayor of Carlisle in 1682. Its exact date is not known but it was in existence by 1712. [CWAAS 3rd series Vol 8, 2008 p105] 1705 Ann Rickerby of Kingmoor House; 16.12.1719 John Robson of Kingmoor House; 21.12.1801 John Ivison of King-moor-house; 21.11.1827 George Little of Hamlet of Kingmoor House [Baptisms and Burials of St Michael’s Church, Stanwix]
1774 Kingmoor House marked on Hodskinson and Donald’s 1774 map
CPacquet 28.11.1787 House and lands for sale following bankruptvcy of Mr Pattinson
1794 Hutchinson’s History of Cumberland ‘ ...The land is very capable of improvement as is testified in the estate purchased lately in King Moor by Mr Lamb of Newcastle. The estate now lets for 300 pounds a year, whereas 4 years ago, it was scarce worth 100 pouns per annum...the estate of Mr Lamb...is kept in complete cultivation by the farmer, Mr Ivison’
Caledonian Mercury 27.04.1815 Gardeners child drowned in duck pond at Kingmoor House
The Examiner 11.04.1824 John Studholme Esq of Kingmoor House married to Elizabeth d of Paul Nixon of Carlisle
CJ 14.07.1838 p1 Mr Studholme of Kingmoor House
CJ 29.06.1839 p1b Kingmoor house to let
Newcastle Courant 25.10.1839 Kingmoor House to let; 400 acres of land
CN 12.12.2003 p7 Kingmoor House first mentioned in conveyance of 1724
CWAAS 3rd series Vol 8, 2008 p105 - 125

Civic Affairs January 1969 p2 Hoped to open January 1969
CN 31.12.1987 p6 Pupils make new year resolutions
CN 20.07.1990 p13 Gun salute as happy school comes of age
CN 19.03.1993 p1 School bid to save jobs of staff
CN 19.03.1993 p25 Photo of presentation
CN 24.11.1995 p3 School staff accused of shopping for pupils
CN 19.01.1996 p1 City school wins glowing praise
CN 11.04.2003 p8 Christine Boucetia appointed new heda at Junior School

See also Kingmoor Rail Depot
CJ 23.02.1962 p7 Fire

KINGMOOR MARSHALLING YARD Opened 1963; down yard closed 1972; up hump taken out of use 1982
See Railways; Marshalling Yard: Railways; Kingmoor Rail Depot

CN 24.05.1963 p10
CJ 11.03.1913 p4 Kingmoor as bird sanctuary
City Minutes 1920-21 pp 75-76 Using Nature Reserve for agricultural purposes
CN 07.06.1963 p10 Illustration of hut in 1914
CN 05.08.1977 p4 History
CN 22.01.1988 p4 City welcome for nature
CN 08.07.1988 p11 (illus) Opened by David Bellamy
CN 12.05.1989 p4 Nature reserve celebrates
CN 26.03.1993 p4 Among pioneers of nature reserves
CN 30.07.1993 p14 Celebration for nature reserve
CN 12.08.1994 p12 reserves 80th birthday
CN 25.04.1997 p8 (illus) Champagne opening of path for disables people
CN 12.03.1999 p3 Road rage petition
CN 29.06.2001 p6 Yobs kill red squirrels and kestrel with gun


KINGMOOR RACES By tradition Ascension Day races held at Kingmoor; early reference to Kingmoor Races in 1619; following the case of Ismay v Barnes in 1865, when the freemen lost their case, races at Kingmoor came to an end (VCH2 pp441-42)
See also Racing
G.Topping and Potter J.J. Memorials of Old Carlisle pp 56-58
CJ 24.02.1865 p6 CN 07.05.1949 p5 CN 21.05.1949 p5 CN 27.10.1951 p5
CN 27.02.1959 p10 CN 19.07.1968 p12
1746 Marked on G.Smith’s 1746 map of Carlisle ‘Race Ground’
The Citizen 25.04.1823 p1 Description
Carlisle Examiner 04.06.1859 p3e Kingmoor races
City Minutes 19.01.1893 item 294 tenders for working the clay on course for bricks
City Minutes 14.03.1893 item 417 report on possibility of turning to cultivation
City Minutes 1920-21 p75-6 Survey of old course giving OS field nos (90, 188)
CN 14.09.1946 p6 Inscribed cup bequeathed to Tullie House

KINGMOOR RAIL DEPOT; Motive Power depot closed 1967; Traction Maintenance Depot opened 1968
See Railways; Kingmoor Rail Depot; Railways;Marshalling Yard

CN 31.03.2006 p16 Kingmoor Technical Services on move; established 2000
CN 26.10.2007 p20 Employs 50 at kingmoor Park base

A manuscript map of 1937 [C480] shows the location of and names Kingmoor Terrace

KINGS ARMS Kingstown; in local directories from 1906 to 1914
1901 Directory p248 Margaret Pearson, vict., King’s Arms
CJ 06.08.1907 p6 Transfer of license from Mrs Pearson to Wm Rayson
CJ 19.01.1917 p7 Decided to close and convert beerhouse

KINGS ARMS INN English Street near Kings Arms Lane; in local directories to 1884
CWAAS New Series, Vol 55 p61 About this time, 1713, converted into an inn
CPacquet 21.10.1777 p1a Kings Arms Inn to be let
Universal Directory 1793-98 p631 Kept by Hardesty
1810 A Picture of Carlisle and Diretory p116 Mr Holmes
1821 New Guide to Carlisle p75 Ralph Holmes
CJ 20.04.1839 p3a To be sold
1841 census Elizabeth Donald, innkeeper, aged 45
CJ 15.06.1855 Robert Little enters into this hotel
Carlisle an illustrated history p74 1857 photo of exterior of inn
Carlisle Examiner 01.03.1859 p3cKings Arms Inn - sale of
1891 census Thomas Leslie, 42, publican, born Scotland
CP 11.09.1891 Chief Constable opposes renewal of licence
CN 11.02.1950 p7 Portrait taken 100 years ago
CN 18.02.1950 p7 Portrait taken 100 years ago
CN 01.02.1991 p4 Photograph
CN 06.09.1991 p4 Insanitary inn lost its license

KINGS ARMS LANE English Street; so named in 1794
Slee, M Older Carlisle p6
The Lanes Remembered pp23-5 Photo of Lane
CJ 05.09.1801 p1b Building and warehouses, lately tallow chandlers, to be let
1851 Report of General Board of Health....Carlisle; R.Rawlinson 1BC 625 p52
1891 census; 98 people listed as living in Kings Arms Lane
City Minutes 1930-31 p618 nos 4 and 4 declared unfit for human habitation
CN 05.06.1937 p12 (illus) Roman Carlisle - Kings Arms Lane
CN 21.02.1975 p6 (illus)

CJ 13.05.1921 p10

The Lanes Remembered pp 9 - 10, location map
CJ 14.10.1966 p13

KINGS HEAD Fisher Street/ Rosemary Lane; also known as The Old King’s Head
S.Davidson Carlisle Breweries and Public Houses 1894 - 1916, p80 - photo
CJ 25.03.1826 p1c To be let
CP 29.07.1854 p1 To let Old Kings Head, last 28 years occupied by Mr Sawyer
CJ 10.11.1854 Ad Old King’s Head, Fisher Street, for sale
1891 census; Old Kings Head, George Lacy, victualler, 41, bn Lincolnshire
1901 census Robert Ridley, publican, aged 45, born Caldbeck
1905/06 Photo Carlisle in Camera 2 p 19
CN 16.12.1966 p21 Reopening
ENS 20.12.1966 pp6-7 18th century ale house gets a face lift
CN 18.01.1974 p14 (illus) Opening as Falstaff

KINGS MEADOW Near Eden Bridge
see also KING MEADOW
CJ 24.10.1865 p2
City Minutes 1931-32 Stone from demolished Gaol used in protecting banks of River Eden in King’s Meadow
1931 Carlisle Directory; map at back shows Kings Meadow

KINGS OWN ROYAL BORDER REGIMENT Amalgamation with Border Reginemt 30.09.1959; 01.07.2006 amalgamates with King’s and Queen’s Lancashire Regiments to become Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment
S. Eastwood Lions and Dragons; an illustrated history of the King’s Own Royal Border Regiment 1959 - 2006
See also Border Regiment
CN 20.09.1974 p11 CN 11.10.1974 p40 CN 18.10.1974 p13 (photo)
CN 01.11.1974 p10 (illus) CN 16.05.1975 p8 CN 15.12.1978 p8
Cumbria March 1960 pp379-81
23.04.1960 Freedom of City presented to KORBR
CN 29.04.1960 p9 (illus) ‘Freedom’ parade
Cumbria July 1980 pp (illus) pp207-09 Tercentenary of regiment
CN 13.05.1988 p3 City link with boy King of China
CN 15.09.1989 p5 Regiments colours are rededicated
CN 10.08.1990 p1 Bully for them
CN 23.11.1990 p7 Anger over regimental ‘graffiti’
CN 07.12.1990 p8 Fellside badge bid scrapped
CN 10.05.1991 p11 Flying the flag for regiment
CN 17.05.1991 p1 David flies flag (illus)
CN 31.05.1991 p44 Ex-soldiers rent shock
CN 07.06.1991 p11 KORBR will survive
CN 14.06.1991 p16 Army merger denied
CN 28.06.1991 p1 KORBR back in firing line
CN 26.07.1991 p13 KORBR saved as army axe falls
CN 02.08.1991 p10 Reputation for valour
CN 08.11.1991 p23 Back from Belize
CN 29.11.1991 p12 To hell and back again
CN 05.03.1993 p1 30 KORBR are in the firing line
CN 16.04.1993 p7 Army outdoor centre gets go ahead
CN 16.04.1993 p23 PM calls on Regiment in Ireland
CN 23.04.1993 p1 Coming up roses
CN 21.05.1993 p25 Regiment holds annual city reunion
CN 28.05.1993 p3 Soldiers bugle comes home
CN 25.06.1993 p11 KORBR going on parade
CN 08.10.1993 p10 Old soldiers last farewell
CN 25.02.1994 p1 Fall in lads for KORBR 150 new jobs
CN 29.04.1994 p1 (illus) St George’s Day celebrations
CN 13.05.1994 p5 Last post sounded
CN 15.07.1994 p9 KORBR chooses top show for recruitment
CN 22.07.1994 p11 Are we doing enough for our boys?
CN 24.02.1995 p3 Army battles to beat leaked plan
CN 14.04.1995 pp10,15 Boys back in town
CN 02.06.1995 p2 Barracks open after £12m facelift
CN 04.10.1996 p2 Regiment adventure centre wins go ahead from lakes planners
CN 22.11.1996 p4 (illus) Lions on march on Africa
CN 10.01.1997 p4 Local hero looks on as row rages over rescue film
CN 30.05.1997 p5 Review launched into executions
CN 01.08.1997 p4 Send off in style as KORBR goes to Bosnia
CN 15.08.1997 p3 (illus) KORBR’s Col. Tony off to NATO in Brussels...
CN 15.01.1998 p7 Our boys on the brink of war
CN 10.04.1998 p12 Bosnia
CN 19.06.1998 p2 KORBR let down by ‘Irish killer’ boast
CN 10.07.1998 p3 TA stands firm in face of cash cuts
CN 26.03.1999 p1 Our prayers are with you - Kosovo
CN 09.04.1999 p1 Border Regiment bring human touch to refugees
CN 30.04.1999 p1 Boys fly home
CN 16.04.1999 p12 Soldering on in Burma
CN 17.11.2000 p6 Peace award honour for 1s Battalion
CN 22.02.2002 p26 (illus) Regiment celebrates 300 years
CN 02.05.2003 p7 Carlisle soldier awarded MC after Afghan campaign
CN 23.07.2004 p12 Threat of amalgamation or disbandment; feature
CN 27.08.2004 p3 Fight for survival; Major General Bob Hodges appeal
CN 08.10.2004 p1 KORBR loses survival battle
CN 12.11.2004 p1 To become the ‘Royal Lancashier Regiment’
CN 17.12.2004 p1 Amalgamation confirmed yesterday; King’s Lans. Border Rgt
CN 25.11.2005 p3 Confirmed to be named ‘Duke of Lancaster’s’ when merges
CN 30.06.2006 p6 ‘Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment’ officially comes into being tomorrow
CN 13.02.2009 p21 KOBR colours laid up in Cathedral
CJ 16.10.1959 p16 (illus) CN 16.10.1959 p1 (illus)
ENS 31.10.1959 p1 Two regiments die as one is born
CN 06.11.1959 p8 (illus) Amalgamation
CN 01.05.1970 p1 (illus) Cap badge
CN 17.05.1996 p6 Ken triumphs over dashed badge luck
CN 13.05.1977 p3 (illus) Regimental Association Band
CN 03.03.1978 p11 (illus) Regimental Association Band
CN 15.05.1992 p3 Band retreat may be last
CN 19.03.1993 pp11,12 KORBR battles to save its own band
CN 07.05.1993 p9 Regiment in battle to save band
CN 02.02.1996 p16 (illus) Band keeping on military beat
CN 21.03.1997 p1 Band calls for recruits
CN 18.12.1970 p13 Museum burgled
CN 18.06.1971 p1 Museum to be moved
CN 09.02.1973 p6 Museum to reopen
CN 22.09.1972 p8 To reopen
CN 24.08.1973 p10 (illus) Opening
CN 31.08.1973 p9 (illus)
CN 28.01.1977 p6
CN 28.04.1978 p14 (illus) Regimental Museum
Cumbria LIfe May/June 1994 p73 issue 34 2A9
CN 22.07.1994 pp3,10 Regiments museum plea
Cumbria Life Aug 1999 issue 65 p16 supp 2A 9
CN 13.02.2004 p6 Feature on Curator Stuart Eastwood

KING’S TOWER Now known as Richard’s III Tower or Tile Tower [CWAAS OS Vol 13 p189]

See also Greymoorhill
Carlisle in Camera 2 photo in early 1920s
ENS 14.06.1960 p5 Attempt to reduce accident risk
ENS 30.06.1960 p7 Attempt to reduce accident risk
CN 30.09.1994 p16 So much to choose from at Kingstown
CN 28.04.2000 p3 Disaster waiting to happen
CN 25.08.2000 p3 Kingstown proposed £800,000 roundabout
CN 29.12.2000 p2 £800,000 traffic scheme opposed
CN 11.05.2001 p5 Gyratory traffic scheme abandoned

CN 22.11.1968 p6 Opened
Civic Affairs January 1969 p1
CN 05.01.1996 p9 City adult training centre to close
CN 19.01.1996 p4 Parents feel left out

KINGSTOWN AERODROME Municipal aerodrome opened 1933 (licensed 1934); during the War Elementary Flying Training School no 15 operated from Kingstown; all flying ceased 1957
CN 18.01.1936 p14 CJ 11.04.1939 p4 CJ 21.07.1939 p3 CN 17.08.1956 p8
City Minutes 1927-28 pp703-05, 837 Committee to consider Carlisle as air base
City Minutes 1928-29 pp 384-5 Suitability of land at Kingstown; pp489-93 report
City minutes 1932-33 pp 318-321 Report of development of aerodrome at Kingstown
City Minutes 1932-33 pp 596 - 605 Details, maps and plans concerning airfield
Carlisle an illustrated history p83 Photo of first commercial flight in 1933
Cumbrian Airfields in the Second World War pp121-134, Martyn Chorlton, 2006
CJ 14.03.1933 p4 Carlisle on the air map
23.03.1933 first commercial aircraft to land
CJ 24.03.1933 p8 Civic flight
CJ 31.03.1933 p7 A flying base at Carlisle; letter
CJ 04.04.1933 p2 First visitor to air base
CJ 07.04.1933 p7 Air Squadron tours
CJ 12.05.1933 p7 Civic flight
CJ 16.04.1937 p6 Airport depot for Carlisle
CJ 21.05.1937 p6 New aerodrome
CJ 02.11.1937 p5 New airport
Carlisle in Camera 2 p61 photo about 1937
CJ 08.03.1938 p5 Successful defense of Carlisle Aerodrome
CJ 01.04.1938 p4 Air depot houses
CJ 28.07.1939 p3 Sharper look out needed
M.Constantine Carlisle a history and celebration p40 Photo of bomber landing in 1940
CJ 02.01.1948 p1 No 15 Flying Training Centre closed and closed to civilian traffic
CN 03.01.1948 p6 No 15 Flying Training Centre closed and closed to civilian traffic
CJ 02.07.1948 p2 Future
CN 15.01.1949 p5 Part of airport to be developed into trading estate
CN 05.03.1949 p5 Flying activity planned by Air Navigation and Trading Co

KINGSTOWN BRICK WORKS NY 398 590 Taken over by J.Beaty
Cumbrian Industrialist, Vol 3, 2000 p50
Carlisle an illustrated history p88 1906 photo of Kingstown Brickworks
CJ 24.08.1883 Ad
CJ 06.05.1887 p1 Brickfield, Kingstown, lately occupied by Charles Armstrong

CJ 01.11.1963 p8 (illus)

CN 28.02.1975 p7 CN 30.07.1976 pp7-9 (illus)
CN 15.01.1949 p5 Transformation of an airport
Civic Affairs January 1965 p1-2
CN 30.07.1965 p5 Development
CN 24.09.1971 pp9-11 (illus) Feature
CN 07.04.1989 p3 Industry threat to wildlife
CN 24.09.1993 pp15-17 Take a closer look at Kingstown
CN 24.05.1996 Supplement
CN 17.11.2000 p5 Call for CCTV at crime hit Kingstownestate


KINGSTOWN READING ROOM Kingstown Reading Room given to Kingmoor Parish on 24th March 1937 by the Fell family of the Knells in memory of tha late Mrs Fell. In recognition of this it will be renamed “Elizabeth Fell Memorial Hall’. [CJ 23.04.1937 p8] Today, 2007, this single story building is being used as a church.

KINGSTOWN TOLL COTTAGE Built circa 1820; taken over by the Midland Bank in 1996 (plaque); 28.04. 1829 James Cleghorn of Kingmoor [sic] Tollbar [Baptisms and Burials of St Michael’s Church, Stanwix]
See also Turnpikes

KING STREET Also in this area Princes St, Lord St and Court St
CJ 15.01.1842 p1c For sale 25 newly erected houses on south side of street
CP 06.08.1847 p1 Ad; 37-61 for sale; recently been built
CJ 04.09.1874 p1 Ad; Four cottages 21,23 and 25 for sale
Sanitary Condition for the City of Carlisle 1927 p74 80 houses, 355 people
City Minutes 1928-9 p786 No 20-22 unfit for human habitation
City Minutes 1930-31 p618 No 6 declared unfit for human habitation
City Minutes 1932-33 p579 8,10, 12, 1, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19 unfit for habitation

KIRK, Miss Maggie Roseville Terrace
CD 1920 Ad p13

KIRKBRIDE, John Marble and stonemason, aged 65, employing 2 men, home address Finkle St, born Carlisle [1851 census]

KIRKBRIDE, Jonathan Cabinetmaker, aged 56, employing 22 men and 2 women, home address Crown and Anchior Lane, born Carlisle [1851 census]

KIRKBRIDE AND SONS, 42 English Street; Fish-hook and fishing tackle makers [Pigots 1834 Directory]
CP 29.08.1818 p2 Richard Kirkbride, fish hook manufacturer of St Albans Row. To be sold housae and shop the late property of J.Barnfather deceased, now in occupation by Richard Kirkbride
CJ 07.03.1835 p1 J.R. and W Kirkbride, fishing rod, tacle and fish hook manufacturer, 42 English Street, adjoining the Bush Inn. John was upwards of 14 years in london as principal fly maker at Ustonson’s, temple Bar
CJ 21.11.1835 p2 Dissoltion of partnershp. John, William and Richard Kirkbride of Carlisle by mutual consent
CJ 28.11.1835 p2 John Kirkbride, 60 Castle Street, eldest son of R.Kirkbride since commenced in English Street with his brothers. Sole inventor of he improved Irish-shjaped hook
CJ 28.11.1835 p2 Richard and William Kirkbride carry on at their old establishment, 42 English Street, having served under their father, who had upwards of 40 years experience. Sole makers of the new improved Irish-shaped hook
CJ 25.02.1837 p1 Advert for the Northern Angler by John Kirkbride. Fishing tackle maker of 60 Castle Street
1837 John Kirkbride Northern Angler; 1855 ed opposite p81 plate of fish hooks emgraved by Macmillan of Carlisle
CJ 01.04.1837 p3 Review of John Kirkbride’s Fisherman’s Companion ‘long established family of fish hook makers, well known in the north counties’
CJ 29.04.1837 p3 Letter about Mr Kirkbride’s book
CJ 06.05.1837 p3 Letter in reply to above
CJ 13.05.1837 p3 Another letter in reply
CJ 20.05.1837 p3 Another letter
CJ 17.06.1837 p2 Review of John Kirkbride’s book
CJ 27.01.1838 p3 Died after long illness, aged 40, John Kirkbride of Castle Street, fish hook manufacturer and author of the Northern Angler

KIRKBRIDE and SONS Lowther Street
Cabinet makers
CD 1880 Ad pv
CD 1884-85 Ad p268

Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p242

KIRKPATRICK, James Nelson Street
Marble and monumental mason
CD 1893-94 Ad p158

KIRKPATRICK, John Plumber, employing 2 men and 2 boys, aged 73, home address Rickergate, born Carlisle [1861 census]

M442 p49 Business label for tea and coffee dealer

1882 Porters Directory Ad p114 Marble and monumental masons

KIRKUP, James Tea dealer, aged 77, living at 11 George Street, born Kirkandrews [1851 census]

KIRKWOOD, G and SONS Greystone Road
Motor repairs
CD 1952 Ad p336

‘KITLIN’S EYE’ Nickname of court on East side of London Road near Halfway Houses [Our City Our People p16]

KIZMET Cecil Street
CN 17.05.2002 p8 Ad; new hair dressing saloon

KLYNE, D Scotch Street
Hat manufacturer
Carlisle Examiner 20.11.1858 p2e,f Great fire
Carlisle Examiner 23.11.1858 p3a Great fire

KNAGG FAMILY Active 1604 - 1779 as blacksmiths, locksmiths and clockmakers in Carlisle
J.Penfold Clockmakers of Cumberland pp 64-66

KNIGHT, George Master shoemaker, aged 38, employing 2 men, born Carlisle, home address South Street [1851 census]

CN 04.03.2005 p61 Sold

A Denton Holme Childhood, B.Cullen, p40 photo of Fargie Johnston, knife grinder
CJ 05.03.1943 p1 (illus) Article concerning knife grinders Mr and Mrs Donowho
ENS 15.12.1961 p6 illus Mr Robert Donohue, last knife grinder
ENS 13.02.1987 p4
Images of Carlisle Cumberland News p182 Photos of knife grinders
CN 08.11.1996 p1 Council bans knives from tenant stores

KNOWE COTTAGE John Bolt died here 22.04.1891 and Wilhelmina Bolt died here 15.04.1892 [Stanwix MI 73/1]

KNOWEFIELD Stanwix 11.06.1797 Joseph Stephenson of Knowe Field [Baptisms and Burials of St Michael’s Church, Stanwix]; The house Knowefield was previously called Rose House
1861 census Knowe Field Robert Little, agr.labourer, aged 42, bn Brampton
E.Nelson Around Carlisle p83 Photo of Knowefield, home of Sir James Watt
13.09.1913Hannah Punton wife of James Watt, died Knowefield [Stanwix MI 203/2]
ENS 17.07.1933 p4 Knowefield estate sale
CN 18.07.1933 Knowefield Estate; details of sale
30.06.1935 James Watt, Knight, died at Knowefield [Stanwix MI 203/2]
09.02.1958 Maisie, eldest daughter of James Watt, died Knowefield [Stanwix MI 203/2]
ENS 06.08.1960 p5 General view of housing estate
ENS 16.08.1960 p1 General view of housing estate
ENS 09.07.1996 p6 That’s when neighbours become good champions
CN 04.12.1998 p7 Nursery tale of Cinderella and Fag Ash Lil

City Minutes 1933-34 p447 Approval for 2 houses

19.12.1912 Margaret Mitchinson died Knowefield Cottage [SMI 56/2]
19.01.1933 Arthur Bell died Knowefield Cottage [SMI 17/2]

Bulmer , East Cumberland 1883 p288 A22
CJ 07.11.1871 Now the property of Messrs Smith and Watt of Little and Ballantyne

CJ 10.05.1861 Tendering for building at Knowefield
City Minutes 1933-34 p447 Knowfield estate lay out; approval


ENS 01.09.1934 p1 John Laing new houses - ad

City Minutes 1933-34 p447 Approval for 12 houses

City Minutes 1933-34 p76 nos 1-5 and 11 Unfit for human habitation

KNOWLES, Thos English St
M442 pp5, 14 Business card for tailor and draper
CJ 21.05.1842 p1 Shop on English Street lately occupied by Mr Knowles, tailor and draper, situated opposite the Bush Inn

KOREAN WAR War death noted on Harrraby War memorial

KORKY’S WINE BAR St Cuthbert’s Lane; later called Town Crier
CN 22.08.1986 Bar on market for £85,000

K RADIOS Green Market
Cumberland Directory 1954 Ad p271

CN 13.02.1987 p6 Opening
CN 11.12.1987 p6 Expansion

CN 13.10.1978 p8 (illus) Opening

KUDOS Friars Court
Hair saloon
CN 27.02.1998 p15 Ad

CN 28.08.1987 pp18-19 New autocar service centre opened

CN 13.05.1994 p5 Store war
CN 28.10.2005 p3 Kwik save to close in Botchergate