Searching for "BARROW UPON TRENT"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Arleston and Sinfin Derbyshire Arleston and Sinfin , township, Barrow-upon-Trent par., S. Derbyshire, 3¼ miles SE. of Derby, pop. 55. Bartholomew
    ARLESTON and SINFIN Derbyshire ARLESTON and SINFIN , a liberty in Barrow-upon Trent parish, Derbyshire; 3¼ miles SE of Derby. Pop., 54. Houses, 10. Imperial
    Barrow upon Trent Derbyshire Barrow upon Trent , par. and township, in S. of co. and 5 miles S. of Derby, on river Trent -- par., 5840 ac., pop. 573; township Bartholomew
    BARROW-UPON-TRENT Derbyshire BARROW-UPON-TRENT , a township and a parish in Derbyshire. The township is in Shardlow district; and lies on the river Imperial
    BURTON-UPON-TRENT Staffordshire upon-Trent, Stapenhill, and parts of Church-Gresley and Croxall,-all electorally in Derby; the subdistrict of Repton, containing the parishes of Repton, Newton-Solney, Foremark, Radbourne, Dalbury-with-Lees, Trusley, Etwall, Willington, and parts of Sutton-on-the-hill, Mickleover, and Barrow Imperial
    LEICESTERSHIRE, or LEICESTER Leicestershire upon-Trent. The turnpike roads extend aggregately to about 300 miles; and the cross-roads, to about 1,400 miles. Leicestershire contains 207 parishes, parts of 7 other parishes, and 26 extra-parochial places; and is divided into the borough of Leicester, and the hundreds of East Goscote, West Goscote, Framland, Gartrees, Guthlaxton, and Sparkenhoe. The registration county gives off 6 parishes and an extra-parochial place to Warwickshire, 9 parishes and a liberty to Rutlandshire, 4 parishes, part of another parish, and an extra-parochial place to Derbyshire, 5 parishes, part of another parish, and an extra-parochial place Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    upon-Trent; and the p. curacies of Bagnall, Cobridge, Edensor, Etruria, Fenton, Hanley, Hartshill, Hope, Lane-End, Northwood, Penkhull, Sneyd, Trent-Vale, Tunstall, and Wellington. The deanery of Tamworth contains the rectories of Clifton-Campville, Drayton-Bassett, Elford, Harlaston, and Thorpe-Conswantine; the vicarage of Tamworth; and the p. curacies of Amington, Chilcote, Edingale, Fazeley, Hopwas, Wigginton, and Wilnecote. The deanery of Trentham contains the rectories of Swinnerton and Whitmore, the vicarage of Madeley, and the p. curacies of Aston, Barlaston, Blurton, Butterton, Fulford, Hanford, Hilderstone, Normacot, Red Bank, Stone-St Michael, Stone-Christchurch, and Trentham. The deanery of Trysull Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Barrow-upon-Humber, Barton-upon-Humber-St. Mary, Bonby, Elsham, Goxhill, East Halton-on-Humber, Horkstow, Killingholme, Harburgh, Kirmington, Thornton-Curtis, Ulceby, Wootton, Worlaby, and Wrawby; and the p. curacies of Barton-upon-Humber-St. Peter, Melton-Ross, and Brigg. The deanery of Yarboroughsecond contains the rectories of Bigby, Brocklesby, Nettleton, and Somerby; the vicarages of Cadney, Grassby, Immingham, Keelby, North Kelsey, Great Limber, Riby, Searby, Owmby, and Stallingborough; and the chapelries of Clixby and Holton. The deanery of Aslacko contains the rectories of Blyborough, Cainby, Fillingham, Cold Hanworth, Owmby, Firsby, and Spridlington; the vicarages of Cammeringham, Glentham, Glentworth, Hackthorne Imperial
    LINCOLNSHIRE, or LINCOLN Lincolnshire upon-Trent to Althorpe, consists of new red sandstone, or keupar marl and sandstone, and is continuous with a large tract of the same formation along the E of Notts. A broad belt, occupying all the SW from the W boundary to the east ward of Grantham and Hougham, and extending due northward, with gradually narrowing breadth, all the way to the vicinity of the Humber, consists of lias formation, varionsly sand, upper lias clay, marlstone, and lower lias clay and lime. Another belt, immediately E of the preceding, nearly as broad in the S, but very much narrower Imperial
    Loughborough Canal Leicestershire Barrow upon Soar, past Loughborough, to another part of same river, near Stanford upon Soar, and communicating with river Trent Bartholomew
    LOUGHBOROUGH CANAL Leicestershire Barrow-upon-Soar, direct past Loughborough, to another part of the river Soar; and communicating to N and S with the river Trent Imperial
    TRENT (The) Derbyshire
    Barrow-upon-Trent, to the neighbourhood of Aston-upon-Trent; it then divides Derby from Leicester east-north-eastward, past Imperial
    TWYFORD Derbyshire Barrow-upon-Trent parish, Derbyshire; on the river Trent, 2 miles E by N of Willington r. station, and 5½ SSW of Derby Imperial
    Twyford and Stenson Derbyshire Barrow upon Trent par., in co. and 5½ miles SW. of Derby, 1800 ac., pop. 219; is conterminous with Bartholomew
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