Searching for "SEVERN STOKE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BROMSGROVE, or Broomsgrove Worcestershire Severn and the Trent; were not long ago reclaimed from wildness to cultivation; and command delightful views. A chalybeate spring is at Barnet green, and a petrifying spring at Holy-wood. A Premonstratensian priory was founded, in the time of Henry I., at Dodsworth; and part of it is included in a farmhouse. The living is a vicarage in the diocese of Worcester. Value, £1,005.* Patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Worcester. The vicarages of Lickey and Cats-Hill are separate benefices. The subdistrict contains the parishes of Bromsgrove and Stoke Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Stoke-Orchard, Charlton-Abbots, Charlton-Kings, Cheltenham-St. James, Cheltenham-St. John, Cheltenham-St. Luke, Cheltenham-St. Mark, Cheltenham-St. Paul, Cheltenham-St. Peter, Cheltenham-Christchurch, Cheltenham-Trinity, Deerhurst, Forthampton, Leckhampton-St. Philip and St. James, Oxenton, Seven-hampton, Boddington, Teekesbury-Trinity, Tredington, Walton-Cardiff, and Gretton. The deanery of Bristol comprises the livings in the city of Bristol, or connected with it; the livings in Bedminster and in Clifton; the rectories of Compton-Greenfield, Filton, Frenchay, Littleton-on-Severn Imperial
    HENBURY Gloucestershire Severn. 4½ miles NW of Bristol r. station: is a and has a post office under Bristol. The tything comprises 1, 490 acres. Real property, £5, 314. Pop., 423. Houses, 96.—The parish contains also the tythings of Kings-Weston, Lawrence-Weston, Stowick, Compton, Charlton, Aust, and Redwick and Northwick; and is chiefly in the district of Clifton, but partly in that of Thornbury. Acres, 15, 409; of which 5, 820 are water. Real property, £25, 757. Pop., 2, 482. Houses, 492. The manor belongs to Sir Greville Smyth, Bart., and E. Colston, Esq. Blaise Castle Imperial
    Kinnersley Worcestershire Kinnersley , hamlet, in par. and 1 mile SE. of Severn Stoke, Worcestershire. Bartholomew
    KINNERSLEY Worcestershire KINNERSLEY , a hamlet in Severn Stoke parish, Worcester; 1 mile SE of Severn Stoke village. Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    LONDON , the metropolis of England. The centre of it is London city or London proper; the centre of that is Imperial
    SALWARPE (The) Worcestershire Stoke-Prior, Droitwich, and Salwarpe, to the Severn at Hawford-bridge. A canalclosely follows it from Droitwich to the Severn Imperial
    Severn Stoke Worcestershire Severn Stoke , par. and vil., Worcestershire, on river Severn, 2 miles N. of Upton, 3289 ac., pop. 693; P.O.; near Bartholomew
    SEVERN-STOKE Worcestershire SEVERN-STOKE , a village and a parish in Upton-on-Severn district, Worcester. The village stands on the river Severn Imperial
    SHROPSHIRE, or Salop Shropshire SHROPSHIRE , or Salop, an inland county, of the W of England; bounded, on the NW, by Denbighshire; on the N Imperial
    TERN (The) Shropshire past Market-Drayton, Stoke-upon-Tern, Sleap, and Longdon, to the Severn at Atcham. Its chief affluent is the Roden. Imperial
    WORCESTER AND BIRMINGHAM CANAL Warwickshire
    Worcestershire
    Severn at Worcester, north-north-eastward, past Hindlip, Hadsor, Stoke-Prior, Tardebigg, Alvechurch, Kings-Norton, and Edgbaston. It was formed Imperial
    WORCESTERSHIRE, or Worcester Worcestershire Stoke-Prior; brine springs, at Stoke-Prior and Droitwich; and medicinal springs, at Malvern, Evesham, Flyford-Flavel, and Kidderminster. Strong clay is the prevailing soil; a rich loamy sand abounds in the N; lights and peat earth are in some parts of the E; and a rich alluvium is in some parts of the valley of the Severn Imperial
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