Searching for "DARLEY ABBEY"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Darley Abbey Derbyshire Darley Abbey , eccl. dist., Derby St Alkmund par., S. Derbyshire, pop. 926; P.O.; the seat of Darley Abbey is 2 miles Bartholomew
    DARLEY-ABBEY, or Little Derby Derbyshire DARLEY-ABBEY , or Little Derby, a chapelry or liberty in the district and county of Derby; on the river Derwent Imperial
    DERBY Derbyshire Darley-Abbey, and Little Eaton chapelries; St. Michael includes Alvaston township and chapelry; and St. Peter includes Litchurch township, and Trinity Imperial
    DUBLIN Dublin abbey, which includes portions of the city and county. The seneschal sits in Dublin every Friday, and at Kingstown on alternate Fridays for the convenience of that town and the surrounding parishes within his jurisdiction. Causes are tried before a jury, and debts to any amount are recoverable at a small expense; from 900 to 1000 causes are heard annually. Thomas-Court and Donore Manor Court has a jurisdiction extending over the barony of Donore, and that part of the liberty of Thomas-Court which is within the city: the civil bill court, in which debts to any amount Lewis:Ireland
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Shropshire
    Staffordshire
    abbey nearly Liege, and was brought to Lichfield so late as 1805; other windows are comparatively modern; restorations, to the extent of removing whitewash, renewing stonework, and substituting a light and open screen for a heavy close previous one, were completed at a cost of about £10,000 in 1861; and other restorations, including a new reredos, sedilia, and other features, have since been in a great measure executed, although the restoration is not yet complete. Vast damage was done to the pile in 1643-6; the royalists and the parliamentarians then alternately held and used its close Imperial
    STILLORGAN Dublin abbey; Mount Eagle, of H. D. Grady, Esq.; Obelisk Park, of H. Perry, Esq., so called from a lofty obelisk erected in the grounds by Lady Pierce, for the employment of the poor during the scarcity of 1741; Thornhill, of J. George, Esq.: Carysford Lodge, of T. Goold, Esq.; Stillorgan Park, of J. Busby, Esq.; Beaufield, of H. Darley Lewis:Ireland
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