Searching for "ST KEYNE"

We could not match "ST KEYNE" in our simplified list of the main towns and villages, or as a postcode. There are several other ways of finding places within Vision of Britain, so read on for detailed advice and 12 possible matches we have found for you:

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    Place name County Entry Source
    CHICHESTER Sussex St. Leonards. The tenth group comprises the rectories of Berwick, Bletchington, Chalvington, Denton, Ripe, and Tarring-Neville; the vicarages of Arlington, Beddingham, Bishopstone, Chiddingley, Firle, Glynde, Laughton, Seaford, Selmeston, and Alliston; and the p. curacy of Dicker-Common. The eleventh group comprises the rectories of Barcombe Buxted, Chailey, East Hoathley, Horsted-Keynes Imperial
    CIRENCESTER Gloucestershire Keynes, -the four last electorally in Wilts. Acres, 30, 074. Pop., 10, 840. Houses, 2, 313.—The district comprehends also the sub-district of Cotswold, containing the parishes of Sapperton, Edgeworth, Duntisborne-Abbotts, Winstone, Side, Brimpsfield, Elkstone, Colesborne, Rendcombe, North Cerney, Badgington, Duntisborne-Rouse, and Daglingworth; and the sub-district of Fairford, containing the parishes of Fairford, Kempsford, Quenington, Hatherop, Barnsley, Ampney-Crucis, Ampney-St. Peter Imperial
    CRICKLADE Wiltshire St. Michael in Chippenham district; the parishes of Kemble, Poole-Keynes, Somerford-Keynes, Shorncote, Poulton, and Marston-Maisey, in Cirencester Imperial
    EXETER Cornwall
    Devon
    St. Keyne, Lanreath, Lansallos, St. Martins, St. Pinnock, and Warleggan; the vicarages of St. Clere, Lanteglos, Liskeard, Morval, St. Neots Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    St. Mary, Little Hinton, Liddington, Lydiard-Milicent, Lydiard-Tregoz, Sharncote, and Stanton-Fitzwarren; the vicarages of Ashton-Keynes, Cricklade-St. Sampson Imperial
    KEYNE (ST.), or St. KEAN Cornwall KEYNE (ST.) , or St. KEAN, a village and a parish in Liskeard district, Cornwall. The village stands on the river Imperial
    KEYNSHAM Somerset St. KEYNE; had long a celebrated Augustinian abbey; was once a market town; is now a seat of petty sessions Imperial
    LISKEARD Cornwall Keyne. Acres, 44,817. Pop., 15,194. Houses, 2,720.—The district comprehends also the sub-district of Callington, containing the parishes of Callington, Southill, Linkinhorne, St. Ive, and St. Dominick Imperial
    LLANGENNY Brecknockshire Keyne, and there is a well whose waters have the same kind of popular repute as those of St. Keyne Imperial
    Looe Cornwall past Liskeard and St Keyne to head of Looe Bay, between East Looe and West Looe; is 10 miles long. Bartholomew
    LOOE (THE) Cornwall St. Keyne, to the head of Looe bay between East Looe and West Looe. It is joined, near its mouth Imperial
    St Keyne (or St Kean) Cornwall St Keyne (or St Kean ), par. and vil., Cornwall - par., 944 ac., pop. 162; vil., on river Looe, 2 miles Bartholomew
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