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Ulpha: Martineau Directory 1855

evidence:-   old text:- Martineau 1855
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source data:-   Guide book, A Complete Guide to the English Lakes, by Harriet Martineau, published by John Garnett, Windermere, Westmorland, and by Whittaker and Co, London, 1855; published 1855-76.
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Page 232:-  "VALE OF ULPHA."
"Allason, Henry, yeoman, Low and High."
"Atkinson, William, joiner, Basebrown Ground"
"Braithwaite, Joseph, yeoman, Hazlehead."
"Carter, T., grocer, Church House."
"Carter, William, grocer, Crook."
"Dawson, John, yeoman, Basebrown Ground."
"Dawson, Wm., slate-merchant, Moorhouse."
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Page 233:-  "Dawson, James, shoemaker, Bridgeend."
"Dodgson, John, alehouse keeper, Browfoot."
"Gaitskell, Wm., teacher, School Cottage."
"Gunson, Joseph, miller, &c., Old Mill."
"Hird, Wm., blacksmith, Moorhouse."
"Jenkinson, Robert, yeoman, Biggart Mire."
"Kirkby, Roger, shoemaker, Church House."
"Pearson, Rev. R., officiating minister of Seathwaite, Riverbank"
"Pennington, Robert, yeoman, Biggart Mire."
"Pennington, Phillip, yeoman, Biggart Mire."
"Pennington, Ic., yeo, Craghole."
"Pool, Wm., yeoman, Riverbank."
"Postlethwaite, William, tailor, Low Hurst."
"Sawrey, J., yeo., Stonethwaite."
"Shuttleworth, Thos., innkeeper, Church House."
"Stephenson, Thomas, yeoman, Holm Cottage."
"Vincent, Charles, mining captain, Holehouse."
"Walker, Rev. Jeremiah, minister of Ulpha, Low Hurst."
"Whinfield, John, yeoman, Biggart Mire."
"Whinfield, John, yeoman, Whinfield Ground,"

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