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What you will find here:We offer an extensive range of information of interest to local and family historians, plus lots of links to other relevant sites too.
Information is divided into groups under the local township names for easy navigation. Just select the Village that interests you from the navigation buttons and see what is available.
The site is based on the historic ecclesiastical Parish of Kirkby in Malhamdale, but we also have some information on other nearby townships that fit socially and geographically within the area (Coniston Cold, Eshton, Winterburn and Bordley).
Don't forget to look at the Malhamdale page for more general information about the area.
The dedicated Malhamdale Local History Group section contains an interesting variety of projects for you to look at, plus full information about the group's activities.
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material to go on the website. If you feel you can help please
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