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Place name County Entry Source Bathampton, Great and Little Wiltshire Bathampton, Great and Little , 2 tithings, Steeple Langford par., S..Wilts, 5 miles NW. of Wilton. Bartholomew BATHAMPTON (Great and Little) Wiltshire BATHAMPTON (Great and Little) , two tythings in Steeple-Langford parish, Wilts; 5½ miles NW of Imperial ELY Cambridgeshire Little Barford, Biggleswade, Dunton, Eyworth, Henlow, Langford, Potton, Shitlington, Stotfold, Southill, and Old Warden; and the p. curacies of Shefford Imperial Faringdon, Little Oxfordshire Faringdon, Little , township, Langford par., Oxfordshire, 5 miles SW. of Bampton, 1167 ac., pop. 125. Bartholomew FARINGDON (Little) Oxfordshire Little) , a tything in Langford parish, Oxford; 2 miles NE of Lechlade. Acres, 1, 010. Real property, £1, 614. Pop., 136. Houses Imperial GROVELY, or GROVELY WOOD Wiltshire Little Langford, is an earthwork of single ditch and rampart, but seemingly of not very high antiquity. East Castle, Hanging Imperial IVEL (THE) Bedfordshire
little N of Dunstable in Beds; it makes a junction of these head streams at Langford, 2¾ miles S of Biggleswade Imperial LANGFORD Oxfordshire LANGFORD , a village, a tything, and a parish in the district of Faringdon and county of Oxford. The village stands 2 miles from the boundary with. Gloucestershire, 2½ from that with Berks, 3¼ NE of Lechlade, and 5½ NW by N of Faringdon r. station; and has a post-office under Lechlade, by Swindon. The tything comprises 2,210 acres. Real property, £3,044. Pop., 449. Houses, 105. The parish contains also the tything of Little Imperial Langford, Little Wiltshire Langford, Little , par., Wilts, on river Wiley, 4 miles NW. of Wilton, 1011 ac., pop. 82. Bartholomew LANGFORD (LITTLE) Wiltshire LANGFORD (LITTLE) , a parish in Wilton district, Wilts; on the river Wiley, and on the Wilts and Somerset railway, near Imperial LANGFORD (STEEPLE) Wiltshire Langford, and comprises 3,941 acres. Real property, with Little Langford, £4,222. Pop., 628. Houses, 141. The property Imperial LINCOLN Lincolnshire
Little Grimsby, Keddington, Kelstein, Nun-Ormsby, and Utterby; and the chapelry of Cadeby. The deanery of Lonthesk and Ludburghsecond contains the rectories of Carlton-Parva, Carlton Castle, Comsholme, Grimoldby, Manby, Marshchapel, Saltfleetby-All Saints, Saltfleetby-St. Clement, Saltfleetby-St. Peter, and South Somercotes; the vicarages of Carlton-Magna, Cockerington-St. Leonard, Skidbrooke, and North Somercotes; and the p. curacies of Alvingham, Cockerington-St. Mary, and Grainthorpe. The deanery of Louthesk and Ludburgh-third contains the rectories of Authorpe, Cawthorpe, Gayton-le-Wolds, Biscathorpe, Haugham, Raithby, Louth, Stewton, Welt on-le-Wold, and Withcall; the vicarages of Hallington, North Reston Imperial MALDON Essex Langford, Great Totham, and Little Totham. Acres, 13,311. Pop., 6,741. Houses, 1,428. -The district comprehends also the sub-district Imperial OXFORDSHIRE, Oxford, or Oxon Oxfordshire little N W of Woolverton; has connection eastwardwith the line to Bicester and toward Bletchley; and goeswestward, past Cassington and Ensham, to Witney-Another line, in course of formation in 1867, and leaving the main trunk of the Great Western at Uffington, enters Oxfordshire 2½ miles N of Faringdon; goes north-north-westward, past the vicinity of Burford; and curvesinto Gloucestershire, to proceed westward to Chelten-ham. Another line, also in course of formation in 1867, and coming from Blisworth in Northamptonshire, enters Oxfordshire 2½ miles E N E of Deddington; goes pastthat town; and proceeds west-north Imperial UDIMORE Sussex Little Udimore, and it has a post-office under Rye. Acres, 2,221. Real property, £4,102. Pop., 444. Houses, 85. The property is divided among a few. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Chichester. Value, £100. Patron, F. Langford Imperial
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