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Little Musgrave


 

Little Musgrave is a village in the Eden district of Cumbria.

Little Musgrave is a small village in the Eden district of Cumbria, England.

Location

The village is situated at 500 ft above sea level in the upper reaches of the Eden Valley just south of the Eden River and two and one-half miles west-south-west of Brough.

The village lies within the historic county of Westmorland.

For population details see Great Musgrave.

Notable Residents

  • William Edmundson (1627—1712), founder of the Quaker faith in Ireland.

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Cumbria Musgrave Bridge River Eden (Cumbria) Musgrave Civil Parish
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Old Direction Sign - Signpost

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Old Circular, village name on black band, no MU symbol or name, 1923

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Barn and Blind Beck, Little Musgrave

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Road heading east to Little Musgrave

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