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Places connected to 1652


A listing of Quaker and other places of interest.

The groupings are roughley those set out in the book "The Birthplace of Quakerism: a handbook for the 1652 country" - (1952) by Elfrida Vipont (Brown)


Set 1. Sedberge

Brigflats
Sedbergh
Draw-well
Firbank Fell
Cross Keys
Ravenstonedale - see David Butler's book on Quaker Meeting Houses.
Appleby


Set 2. Kirby Lonsdale

Crosslands
low Park Farm
Preston Patrick
Camsgill
Arnside and Silverdale
Yealand
Over Kellet and Halton

Other places:
Levens Hall and Gardens
Sizergh Castle and Gardens
Low Sizergh Barn
Kirby Lonsdale

Set 3. Kendal

Kendal
Kendal, Fellside Burial Ground
Underbarrow
Newton, Stavely and Lindale
Cartmel
Holker
Bouth and Colton

Other Places:
Kendal Castle
Abbot Hall and the Museum of Lakeland life
Arts and Craft houses


Set 4. Swarthmoor.

Swarthmoor Hall
Swarthmoor Meeting House
Furness and the Abbey
Ulverstone
Aldingham
Rampside
Sunbrick
Walney Island


Set 5. Lakedistrict

Rookhow and Force Forge
Windermere
Rydal
Grasmere
Hawkshead and Colthouse
Near Sawrey
Brantwood
Cockermouth
Pardshaw
Mosedale


(Please note that any un-titled image could be of any Quaker meeting in the north of England)


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