Searching for "CUDWORTH"

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    Unit Name Type of Unit Containing Unit (and Type)
    CUDWORTH Manor ROYSTON AP/CP (Parish-level Unit)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    ALLER Somerset Cudworth, the author of the "Intellectual System of the Uuiverse," was a native; and his father was rector. A detachment Imperial
    ASHWELL Hertfordshire school with £17 a year, and other charities with £55. Cudworth was vicar till his death in 1688. Imperial
    BATH and WELLS Somerset Cudworth, Courland, Dinnington, Hambridge, Kingstone, Knowle, Lopen, and Seavington-St. Mary. The deanery of Dunster contains the rectories of Brompton Imperial
    BRETTON (Monk) Yorkshire Cudworth r. station, and 2 NE of Barnesley; includes the villages of Burton-Grange, Cliff-Bridge, Littleworth, Old Mill, and Smithies Imperial
    CADBURY (North) Somerset Henry VI., by the Botreauxes; and contains several ancient monuments. There are a Wesleyan chapel and a national school. Ralph Cudworth was rector. Imperial
    CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire Cudworth, Whiston, W. Whitehead, Parkhurst, Nicholas Ferrar, Hervey, Dr. Dodd, and the Duke of Newcastle. Pembroke College.-This was founded Imperial
    CHARD Somerset Cudworth, Chillington, Dinnington, Hinton-St. George, Lopen, and Merriott; the subdistrict of Ilminster, containing the parishes of Ilminster, Shepton-Beauchamp Imperial
    Cudworth Yorkshire Cudworth , township and ry. sta., Roystone par., S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 3½ miles NE. of Barnsley, 1744 ac., pop. 1044; P.O.; contains Bartholomew
    Cudworth Somerset Cudworth .-- par., W. Somerset, 3 miles SE. of Ilminster, 1077 ac., pop. 140. Bartholomew
    CUDWORTH Yorkshire CUDWORTH , a township in Roystone parish, W. R. Yorkshire; on the York and Derby railway, 3½ miles NE by E of Barnesley Imperial
    CUDWORTH Somerset CUDWORTH , a parish in Chard district, Somerset; 3 miles SSE of Ilminster r. station, and 3½ ENE of Chard Imperial
    KIRKBY (SOUTH) Yorkshire Cudworth r. station, and 8 S of Pontefract; is an ancient place; and has a post office under Pontefract.-The township Imperial
    NEDDINS Tipperary Cudworth. The tithes amount to £185, of which £105 is payable to the impropriator, and the remainder to the vicar Lewis:Ireland
    ROYSTONE Yorkshire Cudworth, Carlton, Notton, Monk-Breton, and Chevet, and the chapelry of Woolley. Acres, 12, 708. Pop. in 1851, 4,045; in 1861, 4, 210. Houses Imperial
    Upton and North Elmsall Yorkshire Upton and North Elmsall , sta. on the Hull and Barnsley Ry., West-Riding Yorkshire, between Kirk Smeaton and Cudworth. See UPTON. Bartholomew
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