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    Leek Leekfrith LEEKFRITH 1992 St. Matthew's Church from the South-East, as completed in 1873

    the earlier 17th century. There was a house at Hazelwood by 1635 . By 1640 there was one at Buxton Brow , then called Buckstone Brow , and another at Clough Head . The site of High Forest further north Victoria County History

    Appendices, Kendal Castle and the Westmorland coat of arms

    Buxton Brow = 5 a. 2 r.; Middle Pasture = 6 a. 2 r.; Mitchel Hill = 17 a. 3 r.; Long Close = 6 a. 3 r. 37 p.; Top of Buxton = 8 a.; Low Buxton Brow = British History Online

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    Thomas, 277. Butt Hill , Troutbeck , 199. Buttle , Thomas, 275, 276, 288. Buttle and Tomlinson , 287. Buxton Brow , Kendal , 310. Bylands , 254. Byrse , Robert, 42. C. Cabal ministry , 51, 52. Caley , British History Online

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