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You searched for: Place: "Church Brough"

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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    April, 1679. Church Brough, over the Augill Beck on the road from Market Brough to Kirkby Stephen. On 1 October, 1688, upon the petition of the inhabitants setting forth that the bridge between Market Brough and Church Brough had fallen

    North Westmorland, County Bridges

    of Thomas de Anandale. 1380 " Grant of pontage. 1362 3 Bampton bridges Will of John de Askeby. 1369 Church Brough Will of Ric. de Aslacby. 1369 Brough Sowerby Will of Ric. de Aslacby. 1374 Warcop Will of Thomas de

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    verpool. and Castle Street, Long Acre, London, presensaddress unknown, provision-nercbants. GEsowE YATES, Water Street, Atherton, Lancashire, coal-dealer. TriomiAs BcarBEcE, Church Brough, Westmorland, farm-labourer. R[CH.ARDV MAreICE FAtiLiEE, Hatton, Laton-under Heywocd. Salop, farmer. JOEN HALL SAVnLL, 1late of Belton Place, Middleton Road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P'upils, and all tbat attention and applivation which the le atdtitus ditties of bis professior deanand. . is * Church Brough is reritarkablc for the saltbrity of its Air, auid is plCas3lytV 3isa ted on tte road ftom London tnt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D3EB£.BY, 7Yednesday January 5. XMARRIED. Mbrnday ltft, at St. Gedige's, Hanover-fquare; Lord Andover, to the Hon'Mits Dutton. St r''9ardlaitMr. Georke Bakewell, to Mils Annl Swift, both ofilisplace. 'At'Sheffeld, a fe W days 'ago, Mr.'Wm. Deoauk, of Croniford, inlthis coufty,to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5nille itant. For terms and forther particulars, apply perfonaily or by kettel ( Poi paid) to Mrs. Chaewner, at Church Brough. ton MfUTefilid. - It is. hoped and defired that no one will apply but fucill whole chiratter will bear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    second c" lshr oft the ldt e Salltuel Day, Erq. of Bath. ():e (tn instant, M1r. John Stretton, of Church Brough. ht this cuuItv, to Aliss Ilary Mlnter, second dau-h1tr late Mer. Tltniras Mlilner, ofthe lanie place. DEA 1T$S. .Soddeidr, Subscribers-only content

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