Searching for "WALWORTH"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BALLYKELLY Londonderry Walworth, the residence of the Rev. G. V. Sampson; Walworth Cottage, of Major Stirling; Drummond, of A. Sampson, Esq.; and Finlagan Lewis:Ireland
    CUMBER, UPPER Londonderry
    Walworth estate, and on that of Learmont, the land, though hilly, is well cultivated; the extensive bogs are being worked Lewis:Ireland
    DURHAM, or Durhamshire County Durham Walworth, Whitehill, Whitworth, and Windleston. Real property in 1815, £885, 180; in 1843, £1, 668, 986; in 1851, £1, 679, 938; in 1860, £2, 339, 717, -of which Imperial
    FAUGHANVALE Londonderry Walworth, which are principally in this parish. At Creggan and Tullynee are quarries of excellent slate, but they are only Lewis:Ireland
    HEIGHINGTON County Durham Walworth, Killerby, CoatsawMoor, Redworth, and School-Aycliffe. Acres, 7, 278. Real property, £10, 425. Pop., 1, 323. Houses, 288. The property Imperial
    KENNINGTON Surrey Walworth, and between Newington and Brixton, adjacent to Vauxhall r. station, 2¼ miles SSW of St. Paul's; has post Imperial
    LONDON London
    Walworth, who slew Wat Tyler, and portraits of William III. and Mary, George II. and Caroline, the Duke of Kent Imperial
    LONDONDERRY Londonderry Walworth, along the shores of Lough Foyle, the beach is covered with herbage, forming salt marshes greatly esteemed for grazing Lewis:Ireland
    Newington Surrey Parliament (2 divisions-viz., West Newington and Walworth, 1 member for each division). It was made a parl. bor. in 1885. Bartholomew
    NEWINGTON Surrey Walworth, St. John, and Walworth, St. Paul. The living of N., St. Mary is a rectory, and the other livings Imperial
    PETER (St.) Hertfordshire Lewes, Lincoln, London, Maldon, Marlborough, Northampton, Nottingham, Norwich, Oxford, Roborough, Sandwich, Shaftesbury, Sudbury, Wallingford, Walworth, West-minster, Winchester, Worcester, York. Imperial
    TAMLAGHTFINLAGAN Londonderry Walworth, of the Rev. G. V. Sampson; Drummond, of A. Sampson, Esq.; Walworth Lodge, of Major Stirling; Finlagan, of the Rev. O. McCausland Lewis:Ireland
    Walworth Surrey Walworth , dist. and ry. sta. (Walworth Road), Newington par. and bor., Surrey, in S. of London, between Southwark and Camberwell Bartholomew
    Walworth County Durham Walworth .-- township, Heighington par., Durham, 4½ miles NW. of Darlington, 2156 ac., pop. 182; Walworth Castle is an Elizabethan Bartholomew
    WALWORTH Surrey WALWORTH , a metropolitan suburb and three chapelries in Newington parish, Surrey. The suburb lies on the London, Chatham, and Dover Imperial
    WALWORTH County Durham WALWORTH , a township in Heighington parish, Durham; 4½ miles NW of Darlington. Acres, 2,132. Real property, £2,511. Pop., 180. Houses Imperial
    Walworth Division Surrey Walworth Division , parl. div. of bor. of Newington, Surrey, pop. 55,444. Bartholomew
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