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Place name County Entry Source Aston-upon-Trent Derbyshire Trent , par., S. Derbyshire, 1 mile from Weston-on-Tent ry. sta. and 6 miles SE. of Derby, 1710 ac., pop. 568; P.O. It contains Bartholomew BATH and WELLS Somerset Trent; the sinecure rectory of Socke; the vicarages of Charlton Canfield, Henstridge, Merston-Magna, Milborne-Port, Mudford, and Queen-Camel; and the p. curacy of Hendford. The deanery of Pawlet contains the rectories of Bawdrip, Cossington, Greinton, and Huntspill; the vicarages of Pawlet and Woollavington-with-Puriton; and the p. curacy of All Saints-Huntspill. The deanery of Glastonbury contains the rectory of Street; the vicar ages of Butleigh, Middlezoy, Meare, Moorlinch, Othery, Shapwick, and Weston Imperial BULKINGTON Warwickshire Trent Valley railway, 4 miles SE by S of Nuneaton; and has a station on the railway, and a post office under Rugby. The parish includes also the hamlets of Marston-Jabbett, Ryton, Weston Imperial CHRISTCHURCH Derbyshire
Trent, Camberwell, Carlisle, Chelsea, Cheltenham, Chester, Chesterfield, Chiswick, Clapham, Clevedon, Clifton, Colne, Coventry, Derby, Doncaster, Dover, Ealing, Enfield, Epsom, Everton, Frome-Selwood, Gloucester, Greenwich, West Ham, Hampstead, Highbury, Hoxton, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Liverpool, London, Luton, Macclesfield, Milton, Nailsea, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Norwich, Paddington, Penrith, Plymouth, Preston, Radford, Ramsgate, Rotherhithe, Runcorn, Salford, Scarborough, Sculcoates, Shoreditch, Skipton, Stafford, Stone, Streatham, Walcot, Ware, Westminster, Weston Imperial GAYTON Staffordshire Trent and the Grand Trunk canal, 1 mile NE of Weston r. station, and 5 NE of Stafford. It has a post Imperial INGESTRE Staffordshire Trent Valley railway, 3 miles SW of Weston r. station, and 4 E by N of Stafford. Post town, Stafford Imperial LICHFIELD Derbyshire
Weston-upon-Trent; and the p. curacies of Birchfield, Castle-Church, Derrington, Forebridge, Fradswell, Gayton, Marston, Salt, Stafford-St. Chad Imperial LINCOLN Lincolnshire
Trent, and with a ramified system of canals; and railways go from it toward Boston, Newark, Retford, Gainsborough, and New Holland, and give it communication with all parts of the kingdom. History. Lincoln was the Lindcoit of the ancient Britons, the Lindum Colonia of the Romans, and the Lindeyllanceaster, the Lindcylne, the Lincolla, and the Lincolne of the Saxons. It took the first part of the ancient name, in every case, from the river Witham, which anciently was called Lindis; and it takes its pre sent name from a combination of the syllables Lin and Coln, -the latter Imperial RUNCORN Cheshire Trent and Merseycanals, and on the branch of the Northwestern railway, across Runcorn-Gap, at the boundary with Lancashire, 12 miles E S E of Liverpool; was anciently called Runcora, Runcofan, Runcoven, and Ronchestorn; had acastle, built by Ethelfleda, daughter of Alfred the Great, on a rock still called Castle Rock; had also a priory, founded in 1133 by W. Fitznigel, and removed in the time of Stephen to Norton; never acquired any importance till the completion of the Bridgewater canal; rosethen and afterwards to much consequence as a place ofcommerce; became a head port in 1847, for all parts Imperial Shirleywich Staffordshire Shirleywich , vil., Weston on Trent par., in co. and 4 miles NE. of Stafford, on river Trent. Bartholomew SHIRLEYWICH Staffordshire Weston-on-Trent parish, Staffordshire; on the river Trent and the Grand Trumk canal, 4¼ miles NE of Stafford Imperial STAFFORDSHIRE, or Stafford Staffordshire Trent, the Sow, the Tame, the Blythe, the Dove, the Manyfold, the Hamps, the Churnet, the Penk, the Stonr, and the Tern. Silurian rocks form two small tracts in the S; lower carboniferous rocks form considerable tracts in the NE; upper carboniferous rocks, mainly of the coal measures, form large tracts in the S and in the N; permian rocks form a tract around most of the S coal measures, and another tract to the S of the N coal measures; and triassic rocks form nearly all the rest of the county, chiefly across its central parts, and amounting Imperial Weston Staffordshire with ry. sta. (for Ingstre), Weston upon Trent par., Staffordshire, on river Trent, 4½ miles NE. of Stafford; P.O. Bartholomew Weston Nottinghamshire Weston , par. and vil., Notts - par., 1690 ac., pop. 343; vil., 3 miles NW. of Carlton on Trent; P.O. Bartholomew WESTON Nottinghamshire WESTON , a parish, with a village, in Southwell district, Notts; on the Great Northern railway, 3 miles NNW of Carlton-on-Trent Imperial Weston upon Trent Derbyshire Weston upon Trent .-- par. and ry. sta., in co. and 7 miles SE. of Derby, 1820 ac., pop. 292. Bartholomew Weston upon Trent Staffordshire Weston upon Trent , par. and vil. with ry. sta. (Weston), Staffordshire, 4½ miles NE. of Stafford, 833 ac., pop. 528; P.O., called Bartholomew WESTON-UPON-TRENT Staffordshire WESTON-UPON-TRENT , a parish, with a village, in the district and county of Stafford; on the river Trent, the Grand Imperial WESTON-UPON-TRENT Derbyshire WESTON-UPON-TRENT , a parish in Shardlow district, Derbyshire; on the river Trent and the Grand Trunk canal, 4 miles Imperial
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