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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Winterbourne Monkton

    The buildings are scattered along two lanes leading west from the road. The southern lane crosses the stream by Low Bridge to the church. In the 18th century it then turned north for 500 m. and east to recross the

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Kentmere

    contribution towards the cost of the erection of a new bridge at or near Low Bridge. On 5 June, 1903, it is reported that Low Bridge has been erected, and on 4 December it was resolved that the new bridge

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    , Richard, 96. Loughrigg , 150, 176 181 . " Common, 177. Lound , Kendal , 10, 86, 310. Low Bridge , Kentmere, 153, 155. Low Carlingill , 15. Low Cragg Wood , Witherslack , 211. Lowden Lin Tree ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the river Nidd.. Otn Tlsursday IsaacBraitilszsaitc, 'a plasterer, cast himself from' the rock at the lime-kilos, at the Low Bridge, and was killed on the spot. And; the same morning, a young man, named Ripleyp was found hung up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. bo IV 0LY\ERIifAfl PTONT. o ycsteitrriay, at the Po<liee Couirt, Jane Daisawmno low charact'er, was sent to Tprison for a,snolth with hard 1 ho labour, Jot sol unprovoked assanult; on Blichael McQue, a hie staliholder, in the' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Six o'Cloek in the Evening, according to Conditions their Produce(ri LL thatne-w-erected FREEHOLD BtJILD- A ING. sitiate at the Low Bridge, in Kighley aforesaid, the Property of the late Mr .Johrn Wi,`uall, arid intended by him for a Corn.Mill, (to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'Clock in the Evening, according to Conditions then produced, .4 LL that new-erected FREEHOLPBUILD- A ING, situate at the Low Bridge, in Kighlcy aforcsaid, the Propertyof the late Mr. John Wignall, and intended by him for a Corr-Mill (to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hole, .....................1 2 1813 t Upper Cravens ......1...............s.1 0 j If Lower Cravens ............ . . S 1 19 Low Bridge Close, includinig tie Site of Three __ Cottages, arid Gardens taken from it, . 2...... 82 8o Wool Ridding, Subscribers-only content

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