Date: 10th December 2018  Time:1:36


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Egremont :

A borough and ancient parish in Allerdale Above Derwent Ward, Cumberland.
Egremont, St. Mary and St. Michael, the current church was built in 1881 replacing an older church on the same site which was believed to be of 12th century origin.
Bigrigg, St. John's was built in 1879.

Egremont Town Council publish the MI's Available at Egremont Town Council

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LocationReferenceBaptismsMarriagesBannsBurialsProbateBishops TranscriptsPre 1974 County
BigriggYPR 11880-19371880-1923PrestonCumberland
Egremont YPR 11630-19441630-19221754-19791630-1864Preston1630-1979 CarlisleCumberland

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