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    Supplementary Records, Underbarrow

    highway beginning at a place called Punch Bowl in the township of Underbarrow and ending at a place called Gregg Hall containing in length 70 foot and 20 foot in breadth, by reason of the overflowing of the water there British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Req., Leeds. W. F, Hoyleath, Req., Rose~bilL. Alderley Edge. Win. HarkeT, Ensq., Harefleld House, Peteley Bridge. H. Hinebliff, Eaq.. Gregg Hall. Iytholinroyd. iT. Horef all, Rot., Heerksworlh Rail. E. Hrnsingway, Esq., Brooklyn House. Milrfielit. Archdeacon Hill, The Close, Lichfield, Miles Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Wilcockron, of Comnbs, Derbyshire, to Jane, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Robert Shuttleworth, of German- istown, formerly of Gregg Hall, Bolton. Wnjon1T-ADDist N-NoV. Srd, at the Btegister-otlco, KnareSbro'. AIr. George Wright, railway porter, to Ssrah Addison, both of 1larresgate. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ■ Inlloffmg fe THE gbasd jcey _ \m\ i i,„ Steele, Buraside, gentleman, foreman, I M " 2£rt Kendal, Gregg Hall, farmer. I lr ' fthrard Borwick, Staveley, innkeeper. I H f ' Thomas Armstrong, High Scrogs, farmer. I *» Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    butchers of this thriving little village, Mr. John Hayton slaughtered two half-bred ewes, fed by Mr. John Hully, of Gregg Hall, Underbarrow, which weighed 30 lbs. per quarter; Mr. John Coot shewed a prime heifer, fed by Mr. W. Jopson, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and formerly occupied and owned by the late Richard Atkinson, Esq ., one of the lords of Cockerham Manor. Gregg Hall Farm, an estate ad- joining Ellel Grange, also belonged to Mr. Preston. Two hundred years ago this property was Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ult , in Allhallows Lane, Mr. James Fell Compston, aged 70 years. Underbarrow.- On the 26th ult., at Low Gregg Hall, Margaret Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. Wm Wilson. Bowness.- On the 24th ult, at Oak Bank, Amelia Australia Harriet, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    town, aged 73 Same day, at Kendal, advanced in year*, Betty Hairsnape. • .. . Lately, Miss Clark, of Gregg Hall, Underbar- rbw. At Askham, near Penrith, Mr. Robt. Swainson, mason. .^ ' At the Oaks, near Carlisle, Wm. Blamire, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MARRIAGES. Underbarrow.- On the 1 Ith inst., by the Rev. Edwd. Wilson, incumbent of Crosthwaite, Air. William Wilson, Low Gregg Hall, Underbarrow, to Ellen, youngest daughter of Mrs. Dixon, of Kirkby House, Under- barrow. Levens.- On the 19th inst., at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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