[Please note that the links will take you to external sites over which CFHS has no control]Map Reference Cumbria County History Gen UKI Probate Jurisdictions pre 1858 Diocese of Chester (Lancaster). No Census Information
|Waberthwaite||Waberthwaite St. John||L H Chambers||Carlisle and Whitehaven RO and Carlisle Library 1926 54WAB c1792-c1920|
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||St.John : ||C048931 ||Baptisms||1813-1875
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