1) Queen having been eleven months prisoner, made her escape, and raised forces, which being unexperienced were defeated by Murray; so to save herself she travelled 60 miles in one day, and contrary to the advice of her friends, landed at Wikington in Cumberland, sending letters to Queen Elizabeth, that having escaped from herf rebellious subjects, she was come into England, in hopes of her clemency, humbly desiring that she might be admitted into her presence. Admirable Curiosities, Rarities and Wonders in England, Scotland and Ireland by Richard Burton 1811. Page 107. Index entry. See another web copy of 'Admirable Curiosities...' See book title page
NB: There is a Wikington in Staffordshire.