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Urswick in Furness

A parish in North Lonsdale hundred, Lancashire, comprising the three townships of Bardsea, Great Urswick and Little Urswick (itself divided into three subdivisions).
Bardsea, Holy Trinity, built in 1843 by George Webster of Kendal.
Urswick, St. Mary and St. Michael, there is evidence of a church here since pre-Norman times, though the present church only has parts from the 13th century. It underwent changes in 14th, 16th and 19th centuries and restoration in 2011.

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Map Reference Cumbria County History Gen UKI Probate Jurisdictions pre 1858 Diocese of Chester (Lancaster). No Census Information
Monumental Inscriptions Information
Parish Church Author Notes
Urswick in FurnessUrswick in Furness St Mary and St Michael
Urswick in FurnessBardsea Holy TrinityWestmorland Federation of Women's Institutes20th century

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St.Mary and St.Michael :
I018807 Baptisms1864-1870 Search by name Search All Records Button
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Record Office Details

Record Office is : Barrow

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BPR 34
Bishops Transcripts1854-1859 Barrow
Pre 1974 CountyLancashire (Furness)


BPR 14
Bishops Transcripts1634-1870 Barrow
Pre 1974 CountyLancashire (Furness)

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