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to the Smith Families History Project
of Lancashire, West Riding of Yorkshire and the Isle of Man


The Smith Interests List
Interests submitted by researchers of Smith family history of the traditional counties of Lancashire, the West Riding of Yorkshire
and the Isle of Man
Includes an A-Z Index of Smith ancestors' by first name.


The Smith Chat Forums
Smith and related surnames family history of the British Isles, Local History Interests and non-genealogy chat boards

The Seven Wonders of Lancashire

Saint Walburge's Church, Preston
An article published in the "Lancashire Life" Magazine in July 2004 describes St Walburge's Preston as one of The Seven Wonders of Lancashire, along with Pendle Hill, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Manchester Town Hall, Blackpool Tower, The Ashton Memorial Lancaster, and Coniston Old Man (Lakeland mountain).

The Friends of Real Lancashire have re-produced the article on their website..............

Pendle Towns and Villages

"Pendle's towns and villages are steeped in history. Some have associations with Pendle Witches, others bear the stamp of the textile revolution. One thing they all share are the meadows and windswept moorlands of Lancashire's Hill Country - right on their doorsteps...." (From "Pendle Street Atlas")

To read more........ Explore these illustrated A-Z information pages about the towns & villages of Pendle........


Links updated October 2010

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