Searching for "LITTLE HORSTED"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    CHICHESTER Sussex Horsted-Keynes, Little Horsted, Isfield, Maresfield, and Newick; the vicarages of Fletching and Framfield; and the p. curacies of Dane Imperial
    Horsted, Little Sussex Horsted, Little , par. and vil., E. Sussex, 2½ miles SW. of Uckfield, 2384 ac., pop. 300; P.O., called Horsted Bartholomew
    HORSTED (LITTLE) Sussex HORSTED (LITTLE) , a parish with a village, in Uckfield district, Sussex; adjacent to the river Ouse, and to the Uckfield Imperial
    ISFIELD Sussex school.—The sub-district contains also Uckfield and Little Horsted parishes. Acres, 5, 819. Pop., 2, 494. Houses, 446. Imperial
    Little Horsted Sussex Little Horsted , 2½ miles SW. of Uckfield, Sussex; P.O. See HORSTED, LITTLE. Bartholomew
    PEVENSEY Sussex little incurvature on the land; and it affords some shelter for shipping, and is defendedby a number of martello towers. P. Point is at its Eextremity; and P. shoal, with from 2 to 3½ fathomswater, lies off that point. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Chichester. Value, £1, 100. Patron, the Bishop of Chichester. The church is early English, and has a low N tower. There are alms-houses with £100 a year, and a national school The liberty includes also Westham parish.: bears the name of Lower Pevensey; and is a borough Imperial
    RUSHMONDEN Sussex hundred in Pevensey rape, Sussex; containing Fletching, Little Horsted, and Maresfield parishes. Acres, 18, 453. Pop., 4, 235. Houses, 821. Imperial
    Strichen Aberdeenshire little place, with pretty surroundings, almost exactly in the centre of the parish, on the NE bank of the Ugie, on flat ground at the SW end of Mormond Hill, and has a railway station 10¼ miles SSW of Fraserburgh, 18¾ W by N of Peterhead, and 36¾ N by W of Aberdeen. The two principal streets meeting at the N end are wellbuilt, and there is a town-hall, Established, Free, Episcopalian, and Roman Catholic churches, a public, an Episcopalian, and Nichols Free schools, branches of the North of Scotland and the Town and County banks Groome
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