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i knew where it was, but its so overgrown and hidden in the rushes that its easy to miss it.
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hi mum, its alex lol did u clear away the rushes? ^_^
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i knew where it was, but its so overgrown and hidden in the rushes that its easy to miss it.
also does anyone know of ''georgina duckworth'' coz she was gails cousin (my mums cousin) or anything about her, alex
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Hope this helps those of you wanting an exact location. If you want to see more of the surrounding area then go onto a program called Google Earth and type in the coordinates that are on the image i have attached.
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I believe Lovely lived at San-Doyle, an old Inn and Barbers at Sandy Bank. They must have taken a beeline up the hillside to the spot when they buried her. I was always told the grave had slid from its original position by some distance. Easiest location, as you ascend Cowpe Lowe near to the Lowe Lodge end of the summit plateau is a broken wall running up the hillside. Walk up this wall about half way and the grave is in some rushes on the left. Great little part of local history.
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I have a grid ref of 823 210 if that's any use. It's right by a broken wall running up towards the top of Cowpe Lowe. I left my dads ashes there this weekend so apologies if any of it is still blowing around.
It wasn't very overgrown at all when we were there.
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