a) '...exchatore domini regis ultra Trentam Ranulfo de Dakere Roberto de Molecastre...Gylberto de Wyrkyngton Thoma de Cletere Ricardo Flemyng militibus...Hugone de Moreceby Roberto de Haveryngton...Roberto de Frisyngton et aliis...' Original dated 1271, from The Register of the Priory of St. Bees, Published by Surtees Society, London, 1915 - Monarch: King Edward I of England

b) '...apud Karliolum dominis Gilberto de Wyrkyngton tunc vicecomite Cumb(rie)... The Register of the Priory of St. Bees in Toronto, Canada Deeds Project, 1278 - Monarch: King Edward I of England

c) 'Wyrkyngton See Workington' in the index of the patent rolls of King Edward I Vol4 - Monarch: King Edward I of England

d) '...Wrote no letters to Westmoreland but to have Sir Thomas Wharton from them; for a bill had been set up in Wyrkyngton that, for old displeasures between him and lord Dacres, he should die.' - Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, King Henry VIII, November 1536 - Monarch: King Henry VIII of England

e) '...Carta Gospatricii Filii Orm de Terra de Salter et de Ecclesia de Wyrkyngton et de Ecclesia...' - The Ancestry of Gospatric, Lord of Workington (MichaelAnne Guido)


WYRKYNGTON in King Henry IV Calendar of Patent Rolls, 9 Aug 1405

'...Eudricus de Vippeys, parson of the church of Wyrkyngton, going beyond seas...' - King Edward II, Calendar of Patent Rolls 1308 - Monarch: King Edward II of England

g) 'Grant for life William Clyfford, 'chivaler', of the manor of Wyrkyngton and the town of Seton...' - King Henry IV Calendar of Patent Rolls, 9 August 1405 - Monarch: King Henry IV of England

h) Thomas Curwen of wyrkyngton knyght... - The Middle English Grammar Project - Stavanger, Norway

i) Edward Redmayne, esquire, son of Richard Redmayn, knight. v. Thomas Curwen, of Wyrkyngton, esquire.: Detention of deeds relating to the manor of Redmain.: Cumb. - Documents 1493-1500 in National Archive, Kew, UK. - Monarch: King Henry VII of England