Searching for "NORTH MARDEN"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Bunkle and Preston Berwickshire north-easterly direction, cutting it into two unequal portions (by much the larger that to the SE), and culminating 7 furlongs NW of the church at 879 feet. The surface falls away on either side-S and south-eastward to Preston churchyard (343 feet), Preston (326), Marden Groome
    North Malling includes the rectories of Addington, Allington, Barming, Ditton, Hunton, Leybourne, Mereworth, Netthestead, West Barming, Offham, West Peckham, and Trotterscliffe; the vicarages of Birling, East Farleigh, West Farleigh, Hadlow, East Malling, West Malling, East Peckham, Ryarsh, Teston, Wateringbury, and Yalding; the p. curacies of New Hythe, Trinity-Peckham, and St. Margaret-Yalding, and the donative of Shipbourne. The deanery of South Malling includes the rectories of Ashurst, Bidborough, Chiddingstone, Cowden, Hever, Horsemonden, Penshurst, and Speldhurst; the vicarages of Brenchley, Lamberhurst, Leigh, Pembury, Tudeley, and Tunbridge; and the p. curacies of Mark-Beech, Fordcomb, Groombridge, Rusthall, Capel, St. StephenTunbridge, Hildenborough Imperial
    CHICHESTER Sussex Marden, North Mundham, Oving, Sidlesham, Stoughton, Westbourne, West Dean, and West Wittering; and the p. curacies of Appledram, Up-Marden Imperial
    DEVIZES Wiltshire north porch. There are two chapels for Baptists, two for Independents and Wesleyans, a literary and scientific institution, two museums, a free school with £33, alms-houses with £88, and other charities with £599. There were anciently two hospitals; one of them for lepers. The town has a head-post office, † a railway station with telegraph, three banking offices, and three chief inns; is a polling-place, the head quarters of the Wiltshire militia, and the seat of January and July quarter sessions, and summer assizes; and publishes three weekly newspapers. Markets are held on Thursdays Imperial
    HEREFORD Herefordshire north wing has a triforium of three trefoiled lights, under three quatrefoiled circles, within a triangular headed early decorated arch. The choir transept has windows of four lights, with early geometrical tracery; and probably was parted off for four altars. The choir has a later English window of five lights, flanked with pinnacled buttresses; and its clerestory has early English windows of two lights each, an under arcade of long lancet arches, and an upper arcade of small arches trefoiled. The Lady chapel was restored, about 1850, by Mr. Cottingham; is a beautiful example of early English architecture, with lancet Imperial
    HERTFORDSHIRE, or Herts Hertfordshire Marden Hill, Much Hadham, Mount Pleasant, New England, Newsell's Park, North Mimms Park, Oaklands, Offley, Old Organ Hall, Osborne Imperial
    Marden, North Sussex Marden, North , par., Sussex, 1 mile N. of East Marden, 697 ac., pop. 39. Bartholomew
    MARDEN (NORTH) Sussex MARDEN (NORTH) , a parish in Westbourne, district, Sussex; 5½ miles SW by W of Midhurst r. station. Post town Imperial
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