- Ancient Lineage Pre 1066
- De Quincey Family 1035 - 1730
- De Quincey Family 1730 - 1970
- Seals of Roger de Quinci
- Family Gallery
- The Crusades
- 1000 Years of Christianity
- Emigration to America
- Civil War 1215 -1217
- Ships & The de Quincey Family
- Wills & Probate
- The Bothel Stone
- History of Bothel
- Pen & Ink
- Cockermouth After The Floods
- Cockermouth Wall Art
- Contact & Guest Book
Drawings: Cockermouth After The Floods
Footbridge destroyed by the floods and later the new bridge opened by Princess Anne
Cockermouth Old Court House damaged by the floods reopened July 2010
Percy House one of the oldest houses in Cockermouth very badly
damaged at this time September 2010 still not repaired
Market place Cockermouth. Some of these buildings date back to the
14th century some now with Geogian and Victorian Facades the water
at the time of the flood reached to the first floor of the buildings.
St. Begas by the Lake. The Church close to Bassenthwaite Lake was
damaged when the lake flooded the area. A popular venue for weddings.
Derwent Water Keswick. Water ran from Thirlmere into the
Derwent flooding Keswick then reaching Bassenthwaite before
continuing on to Cockermouth.
St. Oswalds Church Grasemere William Wordsworth and Family Buried here.
Thomas de Quincey was married here.
Winter in Cumbria
Autumn in Bothel
Winter near Keswick
Bridge over the River Derwent Cockermouth