Searching for "MELLOR"

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    Unit Name Type of Unit Containing Unit (and Type)
    MELLOR LG_Ward Parish-level Unit MARPLE UD (Local Government District)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    BALDERSTON Lancashire Mellor-Brook under Blackburn. Acres, 1,710. Real property, £2,593 Pop., 532. Houses, 105. The property is much Imperial
    BLACKBURN Lancashire Mellor subdistrict, containing Mellor, Balderstone, Osbaldeston, Clayton-le-Dale, and Ramsgreave townships in Blackburn parish; Witton subdistrict, containing Witton, Pleasington Imperial
    GLOSSOP Derbyshire Mellor and Beard, Thornsett, Ollersett, and Whittle. Acres, 49, 960. Real property, £61, 206;-of which £3, 087 are in mines Imperial
    GOYT (The.) Cheshire
    distance, the boundary between the two counties; receives the Etherow opposite Mellor; turns westward, and falls into the Mersey at Stockport. Imperial
    HAYFIELD Derbyshire Mellor, and Beard, Thornsett, Ollersett, and Whittle, all in Glossop parish, and the township of Disley-Stanley, in Stockport parish Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Mellor, New Mills, and Whitfield. The deanery of Chesterfield contains the rectories of Clowne, Langwith, Pleasley, and Sutton-cum-Duckmanton Imperial
    Mellor Derbyshire Mellor .-- eccl. dist., township, and vil., Glossop par., Derbyshire - dist., pop. 2977; township, 2362 ac., pop. 1242; vil., 1¼ mile Bartholomew
    Mellor Lancashire Mellor , eccl. dist. and township, Blackburn par., NE. Lancashire, 2½ miles NW. of Blackburn - dist., pop. 1336; township, 1744 ac., pop. 1096; P.O., T.O., at Mellor Bartholomew
    MELLOR Derbyshire MELLOR , a village, a township, and a chapelry in Glossop parish, Derby. The village stands near the river Goyt at the boundary Imperial
    MELLOR Lancashire Mellor House is the seat of H. Hargreaves, Esq. Mellor-Moor has traces of a Roman camp, and commands a fine Imperial
    MELLOR-BROOK Lancashire MELLOR-BROOK , a hamlet in Mellor and Balderstone townships, Blackburn parish, Lancashire; 3 miles NW of Blackburn. It has a post Imperial
    NOTTINGHAM Nottinghamshire Mellors; went nearly into disuse prior to 1807; was revived, in that year, by the corporation; is a good building Imperial
    ROYTON Lancashire Mellor; carries on industry inlarge cotton factories; and has a post-office under Oldham, ‡ a railway station with telegraph Imperial
    SAMLESBURY Lancashire Mellor-Brook hamlet, which has a post-office under Blackburn, and Roach hamlet, which has a cotton-mill. Acres, 4, 270. Real Imperial
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