Searching for "LANCING"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BUCKLAND-ST.-MARY Somerset Lance; is in the decorated English style; consists of nave with aisles, chancel with side chapels, a south porch, and a massive Imperial
    CHICHESTER Sussex Lancing, Rudgwick, Sompting, Steyniug, Warnham, Washington, and Green-Wisborough; and the p. curacies of Buncton, Worthing, Worthing-Christchurch, Horsham-St. Mark Imperial
    Edmondstrip Beenham and Edmondstrip Lances Hampshire Edmondstrip Beenham and Edmondstrip Lances , 2 tithings, Kingsclere par., N. Hants. Bartholomew
    EDMONDSTRIP-BEENHAM and EDMOND-STRIP-LANCES Hampshire EDMONDSTRIP-BEENHAM and EDMOND-STRIP-LANCES , two tythings in Kingsclere parish, Hants; 1½ mile N of Kingsclere. Imperial
    Falkirk Stirlingshire lances obliquely erect; within the circle of lancers were the bowmen. The arrangement, save that it was circular instead of rectangular Groome
    Hannington Lances Hampshire Hannington Lances , tithing, in par. and near Kingsclere, N. Hants. Bartholomew
    HANNINGTON-LANCES Hampshire HANNINGTON-LANCES , a tything in Kingsclere parish, Hants; near Kingsclere. Imperial
    Iona Argyll lance under their very cloaks, and, leaving her lying dead at their feet, turned to go away back. Then the old man, in great Groome
    Jedburgh Roxburghshire lance, who, the Scottish warden demanded, should be given up for execution, while the English warden alleged that he had escaped Groome
    Keith Banffshire lancs. The feus measure 15 yds. by 60, so that a large garden is provided for each. The principal inn was built Groome
    KINGSCLERE Hampshire Lances, Frobury, Guildable, Hannington-Lances, North Oakley, Parsonage, and Sandford. Acres, 12, 917. Real property, £12, 037. Pop. in 1851, 2, 885; in 1861, 2, 774. Houses Imperial
    Lancing Sussex Lancing Station ; the par. contains the vils. of North Lancing ; P.O.; and South Lancing ; P.O.; and the hamlet of Lower Bartholomew
    LANCING Sussex Lancing hamlet, and a post-office, of the name of North Lancing, under Shoreham. The parish extends to the river Imperial
    LANCING (LOWER) Sussex LANCING (LOWER) , a hamlet in Lancing parish, Sussex; on the coast, adjacent to Lancing r. station, 2½ miles W of Shoreham Imperial
    Melrose Roxburghshire
    Selkirkshire
    lances which garlands had bound. On the W side, in elevated niches, are statues representing St Peter with his book Groome
    North lancing Sussex North lancing , vil., Lancing par., Sussex, 2 miles NW. of Shoreham; P.O. Bartholomew
    SHILTON Oxfordshire Lance, Esq. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Oxford. Value, £112. Patron, the Rev. A. Neate Imperial
    South Lancing Sussex South Lancing , vil., Lancing par., Sussex, 3 miles W. of Shoreham; P.O. Bartholomew
    Tweed Berwickshire
    Peebles Shire
    lances, and how the woods and the steep faces of the hills must have re-echoed to the gallop of the various Groome
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