Searching for "LONGWORTH"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    ABINGDON Berkshire Longworth; the subdistrict of Abingdon, containing the parishes of Marcham, St. Helen, St. Nicholas, Radley, and Suuningwell, and the extra Imperial
    ATHLONE Westmeath Longworth, Esq.; and Creggan Castle, the property of F. Longworth, Esq. On the Connaught side are Shamrock Lodge, the seat Lewis:Ireland
    BALLYBURLEY, or PRIMULT Offaly Longworth Dames, Esq.; Rathmoyle, of G. Rait, Esq.; Clonin, of S. Rait, Esq.; and Coolville, of T. Grattan, Esq. Petty Lewis:Ireland
    BALLYLOUGHLOE Westmeath Longworth, Esq., a handsome modern residence near the road from Dublin to Athlone; Belvill, of Gustavus Jones, Esq.; Twyford, of E. Hodson Lewis:Ireland
    BOLTON Lancashire Longworth townships; Tonge-with-Haulgh subdistrict, containing Tonge, Haulgh, Breightmet, and Harwood townships; Horwich subdistrict, containing Horwich and Lostock townships Imperial
    BOLTON-LE-MOORS Lancashire Longworth, Turton, Bradshaw, Haulgh, Tonge, Breightmet, Harwood, Lostock, Darcy-Lever, Blackrod, Anglezarke, and Rivington, and the chapelry of Little Lever Imperial
    Charney Berkshire Longworth par., NW. Berks, on river Ock, 4½ m. NW. of Wantage, 1209 ac., pop. 222; P.O., called Charney Bartholomew
    CHARNEY Berkshire Longworth parish, Berks; on the river Ock, 3 miles NE by N of Faringdon Road r. station, and 4½ NNW of Wantage Imperial
    DRAYCOT-MOOR Berkshire Longworth parish, Berks; 5½ miles W of Abingdon. Acres, 1, 041. Real property, £1, 714. Pop., 261. Houses Imperial
    Draycott Moor Berkshire Draycott Moor , hamlet, Longworth par., Berks, 5½ miles W. of Abingdon. Bartholomew
    FARINGDON Berkshire Longworth, and Stanford-in-the-Vale. Acres, 64, 207. Poor-rates in 1862, £8, 213. Pop. in 1851, 15, 732; in 1861, 15, 688. Houses Imperial
    HACKTHORN Lincolnshire Longworth r. station, and 7 N by E of Lincoln. It has a post office under Lincoln. Acres, 2, 890. Real Imperial
    HEREFORDSHIRE, or Hereford Herefordshire Longworth Castle, Lower Moor, Ludford, Much Marcle, Mynde Park, Newhill Court, Rotherwas, Rudhall, Sellersbrook, Shobden Coni.t, Stoke-Edith, Sufton, Tibberton Imperial
    Longworth Berkshire Longworth .-- par., township, and vil., in NW. of Berks, 7 miles NE. of Faringdon - par., 4553 ac., pop. 1043; township Bartholomew
    Longworth Lancashire Longworth , township, Bolton le Moors par., Lancashire, 5 miles NW. of Bolton, 1654 ac., pop. 106. Bartholomew
    LONGWORTH Lancashire LONGWORTH , a township in Bolton-le-Moors parish, Lancashire; 5 miles N by W of Bolton. Acres, 1,590. Real Imperial
    LONGWORTH Berkshire LONGWORTH , a village in Faringdon district, and a parish partly also in Abingdon district, Berks. The village stands 1 mile Imperial
    Longworth House Herefordshire Longworth House , seat, in co. and 4 miles E. of Hereford. Bartholomew
    LUGWARDINE Herefordshire Longworth, Lugwardine Court, New Court, Hagley Park, Hephill, and Wilcroft are chief residences. A three-arched bridge spans the Lug. Hops Imperial
    NOGHEVAL, or NOUGHOVAL Westmeath Longworth, Esq.; Clonkeen, of E. Coffy, Esq.: and in that part which is in the county of Longford are Cartron Lewis:Ireland
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