Searching for "DE BEAUVOIR TOWN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BEAUVOIR TOWN, or De Beauvoir Town London BEAUVOIR TOWN , or De Beauvoir Town, a chapelry in West Hackney parish, London; near Kingsland Road, 2½ miles N by E of St. Paul Imperial
    BROXTED Essex Town, Great Easton, under Dunmow. Acres, 3,149. Real property, £4,131. Pop., 935. Houses, 219. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Rochester. Value, £170.* Patron, R. B. de Beauvoir Imperial
    CULFORD Suffolk town and r. station. It has a post office under Bury-St. Edmunds. Acres, 2, 217. Real property, £1, 674. Sp., 346. Houses, 71. The manor belonged to Bury abbey. Culford Hall was built in 1591 by the Bacons; passed to Marquis Cornwallis and the De Beauvoirs Imperial
    ENGLEFIELD Berkshire town, Bradfield or Theale, under Reading. Acres, 1, 437. Real property, £2, 636. Pop., 392. Houses, 73. The property is all in one estate. The manor was known to the Saxons as Englafelda; was the scene of Ethelwolf 's victory over the Danes in 871; belonged to the family of Englefield; suffered forfeiture in consequence of Sir J. Englefixeld being charged with plotting to rescue Mary Queen of Scots; was given to Sir T. Walsingham; passed to Paulet, the famous Marquis of Winchester; and belongs now to R. B. de Beauvoir Imperial
    HACKNEY Middlesex De Beauvoir Town, ST. Mark, Dalston, and Ram's Chapel, Homerton. The livings of H. ST. John, S. H., and W. H. are rectories Imperial
    LONDON London
    Town, Poplar, Ratcliffe, Shadwell, South Hackney, Stepney, St. Barnabas-Homerton, St. BotolphBishopsgate, St. George-in-the-East, Whitechapel, Bethnal-Green, Wapping, and West Hackney; the chapelries in these parishes, and the chapelries of St. James-Clapton, St. Peter-De-Beauvoir Imperial
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