Category:Warton, Lancaster

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English: Warton is a village and civil parish in north Lancashire in the north-west of England, close to the boundary with Cumbria, with a population of around 2,000. It is a village steeped in history; its earliest recording as a settlement is made in Domesday Book written in 1086. The nearest town to Warton is Carnforth, which was originally part of Warton parish. It has connections to the first President of the United States, George Washington: Washington's ancestor of seven generations, Lawrence Washington, is rumoured to have helped build the village church of St Oswald. The parish covers an area in excess of and is predominantly rural. The parish of Warton had a population of 2315 recorded in the 2001 census, (→Warton, Lancaster)
Nederlands: Warton is een plaats en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Lancaster, in het Engelse graafschap Lancashire met 2315 inwoners. (→Warton)
Polski: Wartonwieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Lancashire, w dystrykcie Lancaster. Leży 84 km na północny zachód od miasta Manchester i 343 km na północny zachód od Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 2315 mieszkańców. (→Warton (Lancaster))


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