HAILE


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HAILE PARISH CHURCH
 
Haile Parish Church has no Saint's dedication.   In earlier days the village was often spelt as Hale.


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BRAYSHAW

Brayshaw from the front
Grant never lost his Cumbrian accent after many years in the south.
He said that the locals would pronounce it "Brasha"



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BRAYSHAW

Brayshaw from the rear.   John Mossop and Abigail Mossop who married in 1764 lived here from abut 1775 to 1783.   Previously they had been at Hollins Farm, Lamplugh and after living at Brayshaw went to Beckcote
which John had inherited from his father.   John Mossop who married Frances Russell in 1780 lived there from 1784 until his early death in 1788



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TORTLOCATE

Tortlocate has had a variety of spellings over the years
Clement Mossop and Jane Sharp were here from c.1751 to after 1763 having previously lived in Ennerdale.

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