Searching for "EAST MARDEN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Marden, Sutton-Valence, and Thornham; and the p. curacies of Bredhurst, Kilndown, Hucking, Leeds, Bromfield, Loose, All Saints-Maidstone, Trinity-Maidstone, St. Peter-Maidstone, Tovil, and East Imperial
    CHICHESTER Sussex East Marden, North Mundham, Oving, Sidlesham, Stoughton, Westbourne, West Dean, and West Wittering; and the p. curacies of Appledram, Up-Marden Imperial
    East Marden Sussex East Marden , 7½ miles NW. of Chichester, W. Sussex; P.O. See MARDEN, EAST. Bartholomew
    GODSTONE Surrey Marden Park, and other -fine seats are in the neighbourhood. Godstone r. station is surrounded with oaken coppices, and serves for many neighbouring villages. -The parish comprises 6, 783 acres. Real property, £9, 327; of which £532 are in quarries. Pop. in 1851, 1, 657; in 1861, 1,853. Houses, 356. The increase of pop. arose partly from the convenience of railway communication, partly from the erection of cottages for the labouring classes. The property is considerably divided. An ancestor of the Evelyn family who purchased the manor was, in his time, the only maker of gunpowder Imperial
    HEREFORD Herefordshire East street; the birthplace of Nell Gwynne was in Gwynne street; and that of David Garrick was in a small street diverging from Widemarshstreet. The environs are noted for luxuriant fields, charming orchards, delicious gardens, and extensive pasture lands; they are adorned with fine mansions, as Belmont, Holm-Lacy, Rotherwas, Sufton, and others; and they stretch away, on all sides, over the fertile valley, to picturesque ranges of hills, most of which are wooded to the summits. Public Buildings. —The bridge across the Wye leads to a suburb; is ancient and six-arched; was originally a beautiful structure Imperial
    HERTFORDSHIRE, or Herts Hertfordshire Marden Hill, Much Hadham, Mount Pleasant, New England, Newsell's Park, North Mimms Park, Oaklands, Offley, Old Organ Hall, Osborne Park, Palmer's Lodge, Potterells, Rickmansworth House, Rothamsted Hall, St. John's Lodge, Stagenhoe, Tewin Water, Tolmes, Tring Park, Ware Park, Woodhall Park, Woodside, Woolmers, Wyddial Hall, Yardley, and Yew House. Real property in 1815, £583, 657; in 1843, £849, 794; in 1860, £930, 516, -of which £38 were in fisheries, £530 in canals, and £3, 594 in gas works. The county is governed by a lord-lieutenant, a high sheriff, about 55 deputy Imperial
    MAIDSTONE Kent East M., 1,986. Pop. in 1851,10,364; in 1861,12,109. Houses, 2,257. Acres of W. M., 2,056. Pop. in 1851,10,376; in 1861,10,907. Houses, 1,854. -The district comprehends also the sub-district of Yalding, containing the parishes of Yalding, Nettlestead, Teston, West Farleigh, and Hunton; the sub-district of Marden Imperial
    Marden, East Sussex Marden, East , par., Sussex, 6 miles SW. of Midhurst, 938 ac., pop. 91; P.O. Bartholomew
    MARDEN (EAST) Sussex MARDEN (EAST) , a parish in Westbourne district, Sussex; 6 miles SW of Midhurst r. station. Post town, Petersfield. Acres, 968. Real Imperial
    Marden, North Sussex Marden, North , par., Sussex, 1 mile N. of East Marden, 697 ac., pop. 39. Bartholomew
    Marden, Up Sussex Marden, Up , par., Sussex, 1 m. SW. of East Marden and 7 m. SW. of Midhurst, 2943 ac., pop. 336. Bartholomew
    SCRAY Kent East Barnfield, Faversham, Marden, Milton, Newenden, Ospringe, Rolvenden, and Selbrittenden, and the liberties of Sheppey and Teynham. Acres, 193, 582. Pop. in 1851, 59, 936; in 1861, 68, 961. Houses Imperial
    STOUGHTON Sussex East Marden village; and its Post town is Emsworth. Acres, 5,422. Real property, £3,799. Pop., 633. Houses Imperial
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