Searching for "EAST STRATTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATH and WELLS Somerset East Lydford, West Lydford, Maperton, Milton-Clevedon, Penselwood, Pylle, Shepton Mallett, Sparkford, Sutton-Montague, Weston-Bamfylde, Wheathill, and Yarlington; the vicarages of Barton-St. David, Castle-Carey, Doulting, Evercreech, and East Pennard; and the p. curacies of South Barrow, North Brewham, South Brewham, Bruton, Lovington, Pitcombe, Redlynch, Shepton-Montague, Stoke-Lane, Wincanton, and Wyke-Chamflower. The deanery of Frome contains the rectories of Babington, Beckington with-Standerwick, Berkley, Cameley, Camerton, Combe Hay, Dunkerton, Elm, Farley-Hungerford, Foxcot, Hemington-with-Hardington, Laverton, Mells, Merston-Bigot, Holcombe, Nunney, Orchardleigh, Radstock, Road-with-Wolverton, Stratton Imperial
    BEDFORDSHIRE, or Beds Bedfordshire BEDFORDSHIRE , or Beds, an inland county; bounded on the NW by Northampton, on the NE by Huntingdon, on the E Imperial
    BURTON-UPON-TRENT Staffordshire east side of the market-place; is a fine large edifice, in the Italian style, with western square tower; and contains a beautiful altar piece of white marble. Christ church, near the end of New-street, is a neat recent structure, in the early English style, with tower and spire 150 feet high. Holy Trinity church was built in 1824, at a cost of about £7,000; and is a large and handsome edifice in florid Gothic. The Independent chapel, in High street, occupies the site of a previous chapel of 1662; and is an elegant structure Imperial
    CORNWALL Cornwall East and West, for parliamentary representation, and secondarily into the boroughs of Bodmin, Falmouth, Helston, Launceston, Liskeard, Penryn, Penzance, St. Ives, and Truro, the Scilly Islands, and the hundreds of East, West, Kerrier, Lesnewth, Penwith, Powder, Pyder, Stratton Imperial
    DORCHESTER Dorset DORCHESTER , a town, three parishes, a sub-district, a district, and a division in Dorset. The town stands on the Imperial
    East Stratton Hampshire East Stratton , 3 miles NE. of Micheldever ry. sta., N. Hants; P.O. See STRATTON, EAST. Bartholomew
    EXETER Cornwall
    East, West, Trigg-Major, Trigg-Minor, Powder, Pyder, Kerrier, and Penwith. The deanery of East contains the rectories of Botus-Fleming, Calstock, St. Dominic, St. Ive, St. John, Landulph, Lawhitton, Lezant, St-Mellion, North Hill, Pillaton, Rame, Shevioke, South Hill, and Stoke-Climsland; the vicarages of Antony, Landrake, Lewanick, Linkinhorne, Maker, Menheniot, Quethiocke, and St. Stephens-by-Saltash; and the p. curacies of St. Germans, Hessenford, Tideford, St. Erney, Milbrook, Saltash, Callington, and Torpoint. The deanery of West contains the rectories of Boconnoc, Broadoak, Cardynham, Duloe, St. Keyne, Lanreath, Lansallos, St. Martins, St. Pinnock, and Warleggan; the vicarages Imperial
    LONDON London
    LONDON , the metropolis of England. The centre of it is London city or London proper; the centre of that is Imperial
    MITCHELDEVER Hampshire Stratton, and Weston-Colley. Acres, 9,340. Real property, £11,285. Pop., 1,041. Houses, 206. The property is all in one estate; belonged anciently to Hyde abbey at Winchester; went, at the dissolution, to the Earl of Southampton; passed, by marriage to William Lord Russell; and went, by sale, to Sir Francis Baring, Bart. An embankment, about 100 feet high, formed across an expanse of meadows, carries the railway in the neighbourhood of M. station. The living is a vicarage, united with the curacy of East Imperial
    NORFOLK Norfolk Stratton Hall, Stratton House, Sussex Farm, Swafield Hall, Swanton Hall, Swanton House, Tacolneston Hall, Tasburgh Lodge, Taverham Hall, Thurston Hall, Thornham Hall, Thorpe Lodge, Thurning Hall, Thursford Hall, Upton Hall, Wallington Hall, Walsingham Abbey, Wattlefield Hall, Weeting Hall, West Acre House, West Harling Hall, West Somerton Hall, Weston House, Westwick House, Whitehall, Whitlingham Hall, Whitwell Hall, Witchingham Hall, Witton Hall, Wiveton Hall, Woodbastwick Hall, Woodlands, Wood ton Lodge, Worstead House, Wretham Hall, Wroxham Hall, and Wroxham House. The county is governed by a lord lieutenant, a vice-admiral, a high sheriff, about 112 deputy lieutenants, and about 400 magistrates Imperial
    Stratton, East Hampshire Stratton, East , par. and vil., Hants - par., 1996 ac., pop. 340; vil., 8 miles NE. of Winchester; P.O.; Stratton Park Bartholomew
    STRATTON (East) Hampshire STRATTON (East) , a parish in Winchester district, Hants; 2½ miles ENE of Mitcheldever r. station, and 8 NNE of Winchester Imperial
    STRATTON (Long), or S.-St. Mary Norfolk STRATTON (Long) , or S.-St. Mary, a village and a parish in Depwade district, Norfolk. The village stands 2 miles E of Forncett r. station, and 10¼ SSW of Norwich; was the Estratnnas of the East Imperial
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