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St Ninian's Well, Brisco

The ancient well dedicated to St Ninian is located at the north-west of Brisco in Cumbria. The dressed sandstone wellhead was rebuilt by Sarah Losh, somtime during the 1830's to 1840's.[1] St Ninian's Well is Grade II listed.

Brisco Historic Buildings and Monuments in St Cuthbert Without Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
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St Ninian holy well, Brisco

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ST NINIAN'S WELL - Brisco - List Entry
- "Wellhead. 183O's-184O's by Sarah Losh. Dressed sandstone. Square flagged trough, round-headed arch with incised roll moulding decorated with crosses and lozenges. Site of an ancient well dedicated to St Ninian …

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Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
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Sarah Losh (1785 - 1853)
- Overview About Sarah Losh Sarah Losh was an architect and designer from Wreay in Cumbria. She designed St Mary's Church and other buildings in Wreay. Sadly, none of her papers …


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List number: 1087745
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY4226652005


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