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  • Gordon1887 COWHERD, WILLIAM (1763–1816), sect-founder, was born at Carnforth, Lancashire, in 1763. Little is known of his early life. He describes
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  • a yeoman, was born at Yealand-Redmayne, in the parish of Warton, near Carnforth, Lancashire, and baptised at Warton on 8 June 1628. He was brought up
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  • John Alexander Fuller-Maitland, F.S.A., Hon. D.Litt., of Borwich Hall, Carnforth, Music Critic of The Times 1889-1914, who died on March 30, aged 79, left
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  • Saunders. Simon Baisley. Valentine Estabrooks. Wm. Carnforth. Andrew Kinnear. Abial Peck. James Jincks.
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  • to Northwich and Chester, &c.). . Furness.-Offices, Barrow-in-Furness. Carnforth, Barrow, Whitehaven, with branches to Coniston, Windermere (Lakeside)
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  • boroughs of Lancaster and Morecambe and Heysham; the urban district of Carnforth; the rural districts of Lancaster and Lunesdale; 2 Wyre In the administrative
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  • Vict. c. 29. Cannock 24 & 25 Vict. c. 1. Cardigan 17 & 18 Vict. c. 9. Carnforth 22 & 23 Vict. c. 47. Carshalton 13 & 14 Vict. c. 8. Castle Camps. See
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  • moth is out in April and [ 275 ] early May. In 1905, a male occurred at Carnforth, Lancs., on June 8; the second generation appears in July and August.
    165 KB (21,726 words) - 12:25, 26 January 2013