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    Place name County Entry Source
    Barton-on-the-Heath Warwickshire Barton-on-the-Heath , par., S. Warwickshire, 5 miles S. of Shipston-on-Stour, 1540 ac., pop. 189; P.O. Bartholomew
    BARTON-ON-THE-HEATH Warwickshire BARTON-ON-THE-HEATH , a parish in the district of Chipping-Norton and county of Warwick; on the verge of the county Imperial
    CANTERBURY Kent
    Surrey
    Barton, the "Maid of Kent," after her removal from Aldington; and has left some small remains. Churches. —The livings within the city are the rectory of All Saints, with the rectories of St. Mary-in-the-Castle and St. Mildred; the rectory of St. Alphage, with the vicarage of St. Mary-Northgate; the rectory of St. Andrew, with the rectory of St. Mary-Bredman; the vicarage of St. Dunstan; the rectory of St. George-the-Martyr, with the rectory of St. Mary-Magdalene; the vicarage of St. Gregory-the-Great; the rectory of St. Margaret; the rectory Imperial
    COMPTON (Little), or Compton-Parva Warwickshire Barton-on-the-Heath, under Moreton-in-the-Marsh. Acres, 1, 670. Real property, £2, 314. Pop., 398. Houses Imperial
    ELY Cambridgeshire Barton-le-Cley, Battlesden, Potsgrave, Dunstable, Higham-Gobian, Hockcliffe, Milton-Bryan, Toddington, and Whipsnade: the vicarages of Caddington, Eaton-Bray, Houghton-Regis, Chalgrave, Leighton-Buzzard, Luton, Sundon, Streatley, Studham, Tilsworth, and Toternhoe; and the p. curacies of Billington, Egginton, Heath Imperial
    LANCASHIRE Lancashire Barton Lodge, Baxenden House, Beaconsfield, Beechley, Belfield Hall-, Bellevale, Belleview House, Bellingham Lodge, Bigland, Birch House, Bispham Hall, Bleasdale Tower, Blythe, Braythay Hall, Bradshaw, Brandlesome, Brindle Lodge, Broad Clough, Broadoak, Brook House, Brooklands, Broughton House, Broughton Tower, Brynbella, Burrow Hall, Butt Hill, Calderstone, Capernwray Hall, Carr House, Carter Place Hall, Castlehead, Castleton Hall, Centre Vale, Catterall House, Chadswell, Chaigley Manor, Chattertonhay, Childwall Hall, Claremont Hall, Claughton Hall, Clayton Hall, Clifton Hall, Clifton Hill, Clitheroe Castle, Conishead Priory, Conynger Hurst, Cooper Hill, Crabtree House, Croft House, Croftlands, Crosby Hall, Crosslands, Croston Hall, Cuerden Hall, the Dales, Daltongate House, Dalton Hall, Darcy Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Shropshire
    Staffordshire
    Heath, Scarcliff, and Tibchelf; and the p. curacies of Brimington, Calow, Hasland, Newbold, Chesterfield-Trinity, Shirebrook, and Temple-Normanton. The deanery of Cubley contains the rectories of Barton Imperial
    LINCOLNSHIRE, or LINCOLN Lincolnshire heaths; and they, at one time, were very generally bleak and waste, but, like the fens, though in a different way, have been so reclaimed as to exhibit now an aspect of luxuriance. The aggregate appearance of the county, notwithstanding the prevalence of level grounds, is very pleasing. The level tracts themselves, indeed, are pleasing chiefly from the ornature of culture; but the other tracts have such inequality of surface, or such diversity of hill and dale, interspersed with wood and lawn, as constitutes the beautiful or even the picturesque in natural scenery; and very numerous spots throughout these tracts Imperial
    NAILSTONE Leicestershire Barton-in-the-Beans, and the chapelry of Normanton-le-Heath. Acres, 3, 806. Real property, £8, 443. Pop., 639. Houses Imperial
    NEWPORT Hampshire Barton, have connexion with the town; the former a broad aisleless, towerless building, in a pseudo-Gothic style, erected, about 1840, on the road to Shide and Rookley; the lattera later erection, in the Norman style, with semicircularapse, and with a tower and spire, on the road by Staplers-Heath Imperial
    NORFOLK Norfolk Barton-Bendish Hall, Hillington Hall, Horstead Hall, Kirby-Bedon, Stanfield Hall, Stow-Bardolph, Terrington House, Yarrow, Anmer Hall, Barmer Hall, Barningham Hall, Bawdeswell Hall, Bayfield Hall, Beeston Hall, Bilney Hall, Bixley Hall, Bixley Lodge, Blo-Norton Hall, Bolwick Hall, Booton Hall, Boyland Hall, Brandeston Hall, Brinton Hall, Brockdish Place, Brooke House, Broome Place, Brundall House, Buckenham Hall, Burgh House, Burlingham Hall, Burnley Hall, Carbrooke Hall, Carbrooke House, Catfield Hall, Catton Hall, Cavick House, Colney Hall, Coltishall Hall, Congham Hall, Congham House, Cromer Hall, Crown Point, Didlington Hall, Ditchingham Hall, Ditchingham House, Docking Hall, Drayton Lodge, Dudwick House, Dunham Lodge, Dunston Imperial
    NORTON-CHIPPING, or Chipping-Norton Oxfordshire Barton-on-the-Heath, the last three electorally in Warwick. Acres, 36, 130. Pop., 8, 391. Houses, 1, 780. The district Imperial
    WINKFIELD Berkshire Barton Lodge, Grove Lodge, and Elmleigh, are chief residences. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Oxford. Value, £500.* Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Salisbury. The church was recently restored. The vicarage of Cranbourne and the rectory of Ascot Heath Imperial
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