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Addingham is not a township but it is a parish with the church being in the township of Glassonby, the main townships in Addingham parish are Gamblesby and Little Salkeld, in Leath ward, Cumberland. The actual village of Addingham was swept away when the River Eden changed course in 1160.
There has been a church here since at least 1272 though the current St. Michael’s church was possibly rebuilt around 1704.
St. John’s was built in 1868 but was decommissioned in 2010.

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Map Reference Cumbria County History Gen UKI Probate Jurisdictions pre 1858 Diocese of Carlisle. No Census Information
Available Publications
Booklets of the 1851 Census - 2436 f 117-225 Arlecdon Frizington, Lamplugh, Ennerdale, PartonGo to this publication
Monumental Inscriptions Information
Parish Church Author Notes
AddinghamAddingham St Michael and All AngelsCFHS
AddinghamGamblesby St John
AddinghamGamblesby St. JohnCFHS

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St.John :
C146242*Births1831 Search by name Search All Records Button
St.Michael :
C036721 Baptisms1814-1868 Search by name Search All Records Button
St.Michael :
C036722 Births/Bapts1660-1812 Search by name Search All Records Button
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M036722 Marriages1660-1812 Search by name Search All Records Button
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M036721 Marriages1814-1857 Search by name Search All Records Button
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PR 29
Bishops Transcripts1660-1866 Carlisle
Pre 1974 CountyCumberland


Bishops Transcripts
Pre 1974 CountyCumberland

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