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Place name County Entry Source CASTLE-EDEN County Durham built in 1764, and has a fine spire. The vicarage of Wingate-Grange is a separate benefice. There are Wesleyan and P. Methodist chapels. Imperial DEANE Lancashire Wingates, and Horwich, and the p. curacy of Peel or Little Hulton, are separate benefices. Marsh, the martyr, was a native Imperial DERBY Derbyshire Wingate. All Saints church is a Doric edifice of 1725, after designs by Gibbs; has a rich late perpendicular English Imperial DURHAM County Durham Wingate-Grange, Seaham-Harbour, Durham-St. Giles, Durham-St. Nicholas, Belmont, Croxdale, Shotton, South Hetton, Haswell, Herrington, Newbottle, South Hylton Imperial GARROTLEE Northumberland GARROTLEE , a village in Wingates township, Long Horsley parish, Northumberland; 4¼ miles SE of Rothbury. Pop., 29. Imperial HORSLEY (LONG) Northumberland Wingates. Acres, 12, 849. Real property, £7, 463; of which £38 are in mines. Pop., 964. Houses, 201. The manor Imperial Kelloe County Durham Wingate, &c.), 11,236 ac., pop. 13,398; township, 1596 ac., pop. 937; vil., 6½ miles SE. of Durham Bartholomew KELLOE County Durham Wingate, Coxhoe, Quarrington, and Cassop. Acres, 11, 119. Real property, £46, 862; of which £27, 435 are in mines Imperial Nunraw Castle East Lothian Wingate Hay, Esq. (b. 1856). Ord. Sur., sh. 33, 1863. See John Small's Castles and Mansions of the Lothians Groome WHOLM Northumberland WHOLM , a village in Wingates township, Northumberland; 4¼ miles SE of Rothbury. Imperial Wingate County Durham Wingate , township and ry. sta., Kelloe par., Durham, 10 miles NW. of Hartlepool, 4176 ac., pop. 5949; P.O., T.O., and P.O. at sta., called Bartholomew WINGATE County Durham WINGATE , a village, a township, and a chapelry, in Kelloe parish, Durham. The village stands on the Hartlepool and Ferryhill Imperial Wingates Lancashire Wingates , eccl. dist., Bolton le Moors and Deane pars., SE. Lancashire, on SW. side of Bolton, pop. 3718. Bartholomew Wingates Northumberland Wingates .-- township, Long Horsley par., Northumberland, 9 miles NW. of Morpeth, 2617 ac., pop. 106. Bartholomew WINGATES Northumberland WINGATES , a township in Long Horsley parish, Northumberland; 9 miles NNW of Morpeth. Acres, 2,642. Pop., 162. Houses, 34. A medicinal Imperial WINGATES Lancashire WINGATES , a chapelry in Deane and Bolton-le-Moors parishes, Lancashire; 2 miles WSW of Bolton r. station. It was constituted Imperial
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