The HARTLEY Surname - Place Names

Fact: Looking at English cities, HARTLEYs are most frequently found in; Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Blackburn, Bradford, York, Wakefield, Liverpool, Burnley and Oldham.

IN THE NORTH

 


CUMBRIA [CUMBERLAND_WESTMORELAND]


View Larger Map Hartley Cumbria Village, etc. NY7808 54 28.3' N 2 19.9' W
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HARTLEY village Welcome to ... HARTLEY Village Cumbria Hartley Village, Cumbria

Hartley, Cumbria Hartley Cottages
Hartley Village, Cumbria Hartley Beck [thanks to Tom Hartley]

HARTLEY Cumbria Aerial view showing Hartley Quarry [top] with Hartley Railway running diagonally left to right over Podgill Viaduct. Hartley Castle Hill is wooded [bottom left].

map of HARTLEY area map of local area to Kirkby Stephen and Hartley Village [click to enlarge].

Hartley Hill view across Kirkby Stephen view from Hartley Hills across Kirkby Stephen Ascent is found by passing through the hamlet of Hartley, just behind Kirkby Stephen. Climb steeply beside Hartley Quarry until the road end. From here a boggy bridleway crosses the flank of the fell, to reach the summit of the road pass into Swaledale.

HARTLEY Quarry Hartley Quarry, now owned by RMC. The railway link was last used in 1974. Its still a very busy quarry ... massive lorries now pound the local lanes.

HARTLEY Viaduct Hartley Railway, Podgill Viaduct [disused railway now used by Cumbrian walkers]


View Larger Map Hartley Manor House [aka Hartley Castle] Cumbria Other feature NY7808 54 28.3' N 2 19.9' W
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HARTLEY Castle [site of] Hartley Manor House [aka Hartley Castle] near Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria.

NY7808 : Hartley Castle by Stephen Craven Hartley Manor House [Castle] © Copyright Stephen Craven and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

HARTLEY Castle [site of] aerial view of Hartley Manor House [aka Hartley Castle]

Hartley Fell Cumbria Hartley Fell Cumbria Other feature NY8007 54 27.7' N 2 18.0' W ... Nine Standards Rigg is the summit of Hartley Fell, a fell in the Pennine Hills of England. It lies near to the boundary between Cumbria and North Yorkshire, a few miles south-east of the village of Hartley and Kirkby Stephen and approx 700 metres outside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The name is derived from a group of standing stones or cairns, the Nine Standards, located near the summit. [see also Hartley Birkett]. map

Hartley Fold, near the village of Hartley, Cumbria Other feature NY7809 54 28.8' N 2 19.9' W map

Hartley Ground, near Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria Other feature SD2189 54 17.7' N 3 12.4' W map


View Larger Map Hartley's Wife Bowness Lake Windermere Island SD397968 Lat: 54:21:47N (54.3631) Lon: 2:55:46W (-2.9295)
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Hartley's Wife, Bowness, Lake Windermere Hartley's Wife Island near Belle Isle, Bowness, Lake Windermere, in the Lake District, Cumbria [thanks Tom Hartley]


FLINTSHIRE

Hartley Farm Caerwys Flintshire / Sir y Fflint Farm SJ1074 53 15.6' N 3 20.5' W map


LANCASHIRE

Hartleys Farm Wigglesworth Lancashire Farm SD7655 53 59.7' N 2 21.5' W map


LINCOLNSHIRE

Hartley Farm Holbeach Lincolnshire Farm TF4031 52 51.7' N 0 5.2' E map


NORTHUMBERLAND


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New Hartley Northumberland Village, NZ3076 55 4.9' N 1 31.3' W
map NEW HARTLEYas it is now called is a Mining Village that grew up around the HARTLEY Colliery Hester Pit which was opened around 1845, with three main streets Cross Row, Long Row and Double Row, with a Methodist Chapel serving the villagers Spiritual needs, also the church of St. Michael and All Angels New Hartley, erected in 1900 by C W Jackson M.A. Vicar.
The village is historically linked to nearby HARTLEY village, which was originally an Anglo-Saxon settlement. Records show that coal mining began in 1291. A number of pits were created and exhausted at HARTLEY, before a new pit called Hester was sunk at a site in between Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval. Soon after, families settled around the new mine, and the village of NEW HARTLEY was created. Houses were built to the North and West of the pit, in a rough L shape, which included a Methodist chapel and an Inn, the "Hartley Hastings Arms" and New Hartley Workmens Club. The New Hartley Pit Disaster occurred in the village in 1862, killing 204 men and boys. This led to a change in the law and a "best practice" of building two shafts to a pit throughout Britain and many countries across the world.

Hartley Northumberland Other feature NZ3375 55 4.3' N 1 28.5' W ... is a township and village in Earsdon parish, comprising, along with Seaton Delaval, 4,219 acres. Population in 1801, 1,639; in 1811, 1,872; in 1821, 1,795; in 1831, 1,850; in 1841, 1,911; and in 1851, 1,627 souls. The manor of Hartley was held of the barony of Gaugy, by knight's service in the reign of King John, by Adam de Jesmont, and a mediety of it by Henry Delaval, in the reign of Richard II. The Delaval family afterwards acquired possession of the entire manor, and it is now the property of Lord Hastings. On Bate's Island, nearly opposite Hartley, there was formerly a chapel and hermitage dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. The village of Hartley is situated five miles and a half north of North Shields, and is principally inhabited by colliers, sailors, and fishermen. There is a Primitive Methodist Chapel here, and one belonging to the Wesleyans at Seaton Grove, a hamlet in this township, four and a half miles south of Blyth map


View Larger Map Hartley Burn Northumberland Water feature (river, lake, etc.) NY6559 54 55.7' N 2 32.3' W
... Hartleyburn parish lies in the very south-west corner of Northumberland, on the county boundary with Cumbria. Much of the parish is the high moorland of Hartleyburn Common with the valley of the Hartley Burn cutting through the centre and the hamlet of Halton-Lea-Gate at the foot of the fells.
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Hartley Moor Northumberland Hill NY8148 54 49.8' N 2 17.3' W map

Hartleyburn Common (North Side) Northumberland Other feature NY6461 54 56.8' N 2 33.2' W ... Hartleyburn parish lies in the very south-west corner of Northumberland, on the county boundary with Cumbria. Much of the parish is the high moorland of Hartleyburn Common with the valley of the Hartley Burn cutting through the centre and the hamlet of Halton-Lea-Gate at the foot of the fells. map
Hartleyburn Common (South Side) Northumberland Other feature NY6557 54 54.7' N 2 32.3' W map

HARTLEY Cleugh Northumberland Hartleycleugh Northumberland Other feature NY8048 54 49.8' N 2 18.2' W map

Hartley West Farm near Hartley Northumberland Farm NZ3375 55 4.3' N 1 28.5' W map


STAFFORDSHIRE


View Larger Map Hartley Green, near Stafford, Staffordshire Village, etc. SJ9729 52 51.8' N 2 2.2' W
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YORKSHIRE

Hartley Park North Yorkshire Other feature SE0997 54 22.4' N 1 51.2' W map


View Larger Map Hartley Todmorden Calderdale Other feature SD9226 53 44.1' N 2 6.8' W
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Higher and Lower Hartley, Hartley Royd

SD9126 : Hartley Royd Farm by David Martin Hartley Royd Farm   © Copyright David Martin and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence

SE0426 : Hartley Royd Farm, Buttress Lane, Warley by Humphrey Bolton Hartley Royd Farm, Buttress Lane, Warley   © Copyright Humphrey Bolton and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

 

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