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Sheet 11. 9 Parish of Lowick

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Barmoor Barmoor Wm Lowrey Esqr. On Sheet This was a considerable village
RS. Bolam 11.9 at one time, but very little of its origi-
Revd Geo. Jenkenson nality now remains – The present
MacKenzie’s History Vol. 1. village is situated about 3/4 of a mile
west of Lowick, and comprises the
residence of Wm Lowrey Esqr., together
with two other dwellings, a Smithy,
and a number of out buildings,
the property of Francis Sitwell Esqr.
"It was here the Lord Marchers of the
Northern Counties assembled in 1417,
with an army of 100,000 men to chastise
the Scots for attacking and disper-
sing a body of English near Roxburgh – "
"The English General slept at Barmoor
Wood during the night after the
battle of Flodden Field"
John Callanan 2nd Corpl RE

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