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Corney


Corney is a distributed rural community in the Copeland district of Cumbria, located about 2 miles north of Bootle and 7half miles north-west of Millom. The area includes serveral farms and Corney Fell and Birkby Fell. There isn't a village as such, but St John the Baptist Church here (not to be confused with St John's at nearby Hall Waberthwaite) was the centre of the ancient parish of Corney, historically part of Cumberland. Corney Hall (farmhouse) is located about ½ mile south of the church. From 1866 to 1934, Corney was a civil parish; after which this was merged to form part of Waberthwaite and Corney Civil Parish.

Cumbria Corney Parish, 1848 Waberthwaite Civil Parish Church of St John the Baptist, Corney
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Corney Chapel

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River Annas by the Corney Fell lane

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Corney Fell road near Lambground

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Corney
- "Ancient parish in Allerdale above Derwent ward, Cumberland. Absorbed into Waberthwaite CP 1934....Population: estimated at 480 in 1688; rising from 222 in 1801 to a peak of 292 in ...

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Wikipedia: Corney
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD112913

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