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|LANCASHIRE CEMETERY INDEX|
|The Victoria County History of Lancashire lists only three places in Lancashire with names beginning with J:|
|JACK GREEN is a farming community on the outskirts of the village of Brindle
bounded by Oram Road and Hill House Lane, consisting of Jack Green Cottage on Hill House Lane and Jack Green Farm on Oram Road.
The nearest municipal cemeteries would be Chorley Cemetery, about 5.9 miles south; and Pleasington Crematorium, about 4.7 miles northeast.
|JENNY'S GREEN is a hamlet in the village of Irlam, near Barton-upon-Irwell. It is not shown on modern
maps and is largely forgotten.
Using the 6" Ordnance Survey map (sheet 110) it appears to have been about half way between Higher Irlam and Lower Irlam - at about where Irlam Library is now.
The nearest municipal cemeteries would be Hollinfare Cemetery, about 2.6 miles southwest; and Urmston Cemetery, about 6 miles northeast.
|JOWKIN was a small spot between Rochdale and Bamford, with the only remaining evidence
of its existence being Jowkin Lane and Lower Jowkin Farm. The 6" Ordnance Survey map (sheet 88) shows Higher Jowkin in about the location of Scott House
Hospital, near Rochdale.
The nearest municipal cemeteries are Heywood Cemetery, about 1.5 miles south; and Rochdale Cemetery, about 2.5 miles to the east.