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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 ...

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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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