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Barlow Common         
  • Barlow Common from the south
VILLAGE IN UNITED KINGDOM
Barlow Common is a village in Derbyshire, England, near Barlow and Chesterfield. It includes the hamlet of Crowhole, which contains several buildings surviving from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Eddie Barlow         
SOUTH AFRICAN CRICKETER (1940-2005)
Edgar Barlow
Edgar John Barlow (12 August 1940 – 30 December 2005) was a South African cricketer (an all rounder). Barlow was born in Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa, and played first-class cricket for Transvaal and Eastern Province from 1959–60 to 1967–68 before moving to Western Province for the seasons from 1968–69 to 1980–81.
Thomas Barlow (basketball)         
AMERICAN BASKETBALL PLAYER (1896-1983)
Thomas Barlow (basketball player)
Thomas B. Barlow (July 9, 1896 in Trenton, New Jersey – September 26, 1983 in Lakehurst, New Jersey) was an American professional basketball player.
Examples of use of Barlow Common
1. Organisers of the Camp for Climate Action at Drax power station, in North Yorkshire, said about six protesters were occupying the lighting tower inside the site‘s perimeter at the start of a day of "mass action". But a North Yorkshire police spokesman denied the claims, saying the protesters were in fact up a lighting tower on Barlow Common, "well away from the power station". Article continues He said four people had been found inside the Drax perimeter this morning and arrested on suspicion of trespass; two more had been arrested overnight on suspicion of carrying offensive weapons.