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Richard le Scrope, 1º Lord of Bolton

Richard le Scrope, 1º Lord of Bolton

Male Abt 1328 - 1403  (~ 75 years)

 

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Isle of Man

Geographically the Isle of Man is part of the British Islands, situated midway between England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. This small country has a land mass of some 227 square miles (572 sq. kms) and measures at its extremities 33 miles (52 kms) by 13 miles (22 kms).

What the Island lacks in size it makes up for in its variety of scenery which covers virtually every type found elsewhere in the British Isles, ranging from vast stretches of open moorland, thickly wooded glens to palm fringed ponds. Encompassed within over 100 miles (160 kms) of coastline there is a central range of mountains and hills lying in a North Easterly/South Westerly direction with well defined valleys leading down to rocky cliffs and sheltered bays.

In the North of the Island there is a flat plain with lazy rivers and streams meandering across fertile countryside to long sandy beaches.


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