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    Townships Over Kellet

    The church lies a little way outside the village, to the south-east; opposite to it is Kirkhouse , while Birkland Barrow and Swarthdale are to the east. The northern end of the township forms the leafy hamlet of Capernwray . Victoria County History

    Index A-K

    John, 100 n ; Rob., 100 n ; Thos. de, 134 n ; -, 270 n , 282 n Birkland Barrow , 127, 140, 143 n , 145 n , 147 Birkland Wray , 141 n Birkrigg , 320-1, 328; Victoria County History

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    416). Birkhillside (Burkensid) , in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629). Birkinshawe , Gilbert, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358). Birkland Barrow (Byrklandbar y) , Lanc., ii. g. 476 (55). Birks (Birkes, Brickes) , Ant., clerk comptroller of the Household, i. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wray, near Lancaster. I I Eleventh nomination paper, proposed by WiUiam Tomlinson, Over KeUet ; seconded by John Bibby, Birkland Barrow, Over Kellet. Assentors: WiUiam Mitton, James Townson, George HoUday, John Long- ton, Charles R. Fisher, Anthony John WrathaU, ; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all of YY"ray, near Lancaster. Eleventh nomination paper, proposed by William Tomlinson, Over Keflet ; seconded by John Bibbv, Birkland Barrow, Over Kellet. Assentors : YY "illiam Mitton, James Townson, George Holiday, John LonĀ»- ton, Charles R. Fisher, Anthony John Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feet, branching, in a Northerly direction, from the Hornby Road aforesaid, to Timriggs, which we call the Timriggs Road Birkland Barrow Road. A Public Carriage- Road, .of Uie width of thirty feet, branching, in a Northerly direction, from the Hornoy Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    call the Timriggs Road Birkland Barrow Road. A 'Public Carriage-Road, of the width of thirty feet, braiuhirtg, in a Notttierly detection, from the Hornbv Road aforesaid, to Birkland Ba-rnw-lane- end, Which We call the Birkland Barrow Read. Addington Road. A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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