Searching for "NEW ALRESFORD"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Alresford, New Hampshire Alresford, New , par., Hants, conterminous with town of Alresford, pop. 1550. Bartholomew
    ALRESFORD, or New Alresford Hampshire ALRESFORD , or New Alresford, a small town, a parish, a subdistrict, and a district in Hants. The town stands along Imperial
    BRAMDEAN Hampshire Alresford district, Hants; 4 miles SSE of New Alresford r. station, and 8½ E by S of Winchester. It has a post Imperial
    Brown Candover Hampshire Brown Candover , par., N. Hants, 5 miles NW. of New Alresford, 2110 ac., pop. 266; P.O. Bartholomew
    BROWN-CANDOVER Hampshire Alresford district, Hants; 4½ miles E of Mitcheldever r. station, and 5 N by W of New Alresford. It has a post Imperial
    CANDOVER-CHILTON Hampshire Alresford district, Hants; on the river Itchen, 5 miles N of New Alresford r. station, and 9½ NE of Winchester Imperial
    CANDOVER-PRESTON Hampshire New Alresford r. station, and 10½ NE of Winchester. It has a post office under Mitcheldever station. Acres, 3,413. Real Imperial
    Charlwood Hampshire Charlwood , hamlet, Ropley par., N. Hants, near New Alresford. Bartholomew
    CHERITON Hampshire Alresford, and Winchester railway, 3 miles S by W of New Alresford, and 6¾ E of Winchester; has a post Imperial
    Chilton Candover Hampshire Chilton Candover , par., N. Hants, on river Itchen, 5 miles N. of New Alresford, 1451 ac., pop. 147. Bartholomew
    Godsfield Hampshire Godsfield , par., N. Hants, 3½ miles NE. of New Alresford, 509 ac., pop. 15. Bartholomew
    GODSFIELD Hampshire extra-parochial tract in Alresford district, Hants; 3½ miles NNE of New Alresford. Acres, 160. Pop., 9. House, 1. Imperial
    MID-HANTS RAILWAY Hampshire Alresford, and Winchester till 1864, when it took its present name; was opened in Oct. 1865; and is 18½ miles long. The branches were authorized in 1864, on a new capital Imperial
    SOUTHAMPTONSHIRE, Hampshire, or Hants Hampshire New Forest, noticed in a separate article, forms a large section in the SW. The chief streams are the Enborne, the Blackwater, the Wey, the Titchfield, the Hamble, the Itchin, the Anton or Test, the Beaulieu, and the Avon. Chalk rocks occupy much the larger portion of the county, through the centre, from E to W; and rocks of newer formation than the chalks occupy nearly all the sections in the N and in the S. Fossils are very plentiful, and made large contributions to the early advances of geognostic inquiry. Chalk is extensively calcined for manure; and much clay Imperial
    WINCHESTER Hampshire
    Surrey
    New colleges; Beaufort and Waynflete, Lords Chancellors; Waynflete, founder of Magdalen college; Fox, founder of Corpus Christi college; Wolsey, afterwards Cardinal; Gardiner, Lord Chancellor, and noted for cruelty; White, whom Elizabeth unfrocked for a heavy jest; Horne, branded as a bigot; Watson, noted for an effort to decline the mitre; Bilson, one of the translators of the Bible; Morley, founder of the clergymen's widows' college; Mews, a cavalier officer; Hoadley, branded for heresy; and Tomline, lampooned in the "Probationary Odes." The archdeaconry of Winchester contains the deanery of Winchester, with 23 livings; the d. of Alresford Imperial
    WOODLANDS Hampshire WOODLANDS , a hamlet in West Meon parish, Hants; 3¼ miles SE of New Alresford. Imperial
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