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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), St Oswald, Ravenstonedale

    the cost of Richard Gibson, the upper floor being also used for public meetings. There are also schools at Fell End and Newbiggin, both being built in 1872. HALL. Tarn House. With 14th century windows, was rebuilt in 1664 by

    Index, General - L-Z

    17, 214 226. Chapels, Quaker , 224 226. Wesleyan , 220, 226. Church, 214 216, 377. Dovengill , 225. Fell End Wesleyan chapel , 226. Park, 219. School, 26, 216, 217. Station Road, 135. Tarn House, 217. Toll-bar, 8. Rawe

    General index, A - J

    " Lancelot, 288. " Patrick, 41. " Ralph, 31. " William, 41, 197. Fell close , Casterton , 333. Fell End , Ulpha , 263, 264. Fell Garth , Ambleside , 49. Fellside , Crosthwaite , 98. Fence and Eye

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P'aul, Micklefleld, by Thomas Davison blond, for Mliclilelleld March Joseph, Mtarrick, by Frsiscis Morley, Eosj,, for bMairic kt- and~ Fell End Maxiidld George, North Elnisall, by George Greaves, LEaq f, North himloasll, Wrangbrook, and Minathorls 1 Meld 'Thomas, Cowesby, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hart., for Garton SOil with Potter Brompton. sai( March Joseph, Alarrick, by Francis Morley, Esq., for Marrick MO and Fell End. Alit Miliser Jonathan, Panill, by Sir Thomas A. Clifford Constable, pro Bert., for Halsham. san Morley Roster, Hiacknees, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by T. B. Boswell, Esq.. for Ravenfleld. ¶1 March Josephi, Marrick, by Francis Morley, Bsq., for Mlarrick C and Fell End. Moste Charles, Cantley, by Charles Ramsden, Esq., for Cantley. - Molynoux John, Helmnsley, by the Blon. Lord Fevershain, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lion. Philip ill 1. Stousrtot, for i11olose-ontSpalding-Moor eta March Josesili, ilarrick, by Fraticis M'vorley, Esq., for Marrick C asid Fell End Re IMolyrseur J outs, Ileltrislay, by tlse Right lIon. Lord FevershamA for Ilelut~leY, Ilaramn. andi Woinsletois Pa, Morley Eustace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Nine Standards PRigg, opposite Kirkby Stephen, 2,153 feet. Crossing the daie, we have on the south of iF Fell End 2,105 feet, High Seat 2,328 feet, and ladies' Pillar 2,257 feea These three are in a line, running north Subscribers-only content

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