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St Joseph's RC Church, Cockermouth

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church is located on Crown Street in Cockermouth. The first priest appointed to the parish was Fr. Orrell in 1853, who built the present church in 1856, from designs supplied by T. G. Gibson of Newcastle.[1]

Crown Street 1856 Churches and Cathedrals Catholic Church Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cockermouth St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Cockermouth
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Cockermouth – St Joseph
- "A temporary building served from Wigton was replaced, according to the Cumberland Gazetteer with a ‘a neat chapel’, in the course of erection in 1847. This is possibly that part …

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