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    Coxwold is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire, England, in the North York Moors National Park. It is 18 miles north of York and is where the Rev. Laurence Sterne wrote A Sentimental Journey . History [ edit] The village name is derived from Saxon words Cuc, meaning cry, and valt, meaning wood. [2]

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  2. Category:Coxwold From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Subcategories This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total. C Coxwold railway station ‎ (6 F) Coxwold War Memorial ‎ (1 F) L Loftus War Memorial ‎ (1 F) Lythe War Memorial ‎ (1 F) S Shandy Hall ‎ (1 C, 12 F) St Michael's church, Coxwold ‎ (1 C, 28 F) T

  3. The Parishof Coxwold is part of the Church of England's Diocese of York. [1] The earliest church on the site dates to the Anglo-Saxonperiod.[2] That church was replaced by a Normanone built in the 11th century, and that in turn was replaced with the present church which was built by 1430.

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    Coxwold (North Yorkshire): la Shandy Hall Coxwold (190 ab. ca. [1] ) è un villaggio con status di parrocchia civile della regione inglese dello Yorkshire e Humber ( Inghilterra nord - orientale ), facente parte della contea del North Yorkshire e del distretto di Hambleton e situato ai piedi delle Howardian Hills [2] ) e ai margini del North York Moors National Park [2] .

  5. Coxwold is a compact village; there are fewer than 300 inhabitants and about 100 dwellings of different kinds. Many of the houses still retain their garths – long strips of land behind each house. A very large field, common land until the 1960s, is still called the Town’s Pasture, and was jointly grazed until 1965.

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