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    Supplementary Records, Crook and Winster

    bond to pull down all and every part of the common bridge belonging to the two counties, situate between Cowmire Hall in Crosthwaite and Hodgehill in Cartmel Fell, called and known by the name of Winster Bridge, now being in British History Online

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    Lancashire , 17, 141, 294. Coward , James, 185. Cow Brow , 276. Cowdraine Rake , Witherslack , 211. Cowmire Hall , 164. Cowper , Thomas, 166. Cowperthwaite , 162. Cowperthwaite , Leonard, 155. " Thomas, 110. Crack Hall , British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    well. Heversham. - On the 30th ult., at the Parish Church, Christopher, eldest son of Mr C. Graham, of Cowmire Hall, to Miss A. Abba. Kendal. - On Saturday morning last, at the Parish Church, Mr James West, late of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the ■fteiuouu, at Cowmire Hall, in Crosthwaite, Westmorland fin such lots, and subject tV* suck conditions, as mill be then pro- duced) »ALL TBE VALUABLE COPPICE IVOOD, Standing, growing, and being on the Cowmire Hall and Mirkhow Estates, in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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