Searching for "WROXETER"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    ATCHAM Shropshire Wroxeter. Acres, 12,316. Pop., 1,699. Houses, 347.—The district comprehends also the subdistrict of Battlefield, containing the parishes Imperial
    Donnington Shropshire Donnington , hamlet, Wroxeter par., S. Shropshire, 5½ miles SW. of Wellington. Bartholomew
    DONNINGTON Shropshire DONNINGTON , a township in Wroxeter parish, Salop; 5½ miles SW of Wellington. Imperial
    Dryton Shropshire Dryton , hamlet, Wroxeter par., S. Shropshire, 7½ miles SE. of Shrewsbury. Bartholomew
    DRYTON Shropshire DRYTON , a township in Wroxeter parish, Salop; on the river Severn, 7½ miles SE of Shrewsbury. Imperial
    Ebury Hill Shropshire Ebury Hill , eminence with remains of ancient camp, near Wroxeter, Shropshire. Bartholomew
    Eyton upon Severn Shropshire Eyton upon Severn , hamlet, Wroxeter par., N. Shropshire, 5½ miles NW. of Much Wenlock. Bartholomew
    EYTON-UPON-SEVERN Shropshire SEVERN , a township in Wroxeter parish, Salop; on the river Severn, 5½ miles NW by N of Much-Wenlock. Imperial
    KENCHESTER Herefordshire Wroxeter. The station occupied upwards of fifty acres; was of irregularly hexagonal outline; and had two openings to the W, and two to the N. Traces Imperial
    KINDERTON-WITH-HULME Cheshire Wroxeter, Chester, and Warrington. A Danish camp of 10 acres is at Harbours Field, between the rivers Croco and Dane Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Shropshire
    Staffordshire
    Wroxeter; and the p. curacies of Buildwas, Eaton-Constantine, Hadley, Ketley, Lawley, Longdonon-Tern, Rowton, Uppington, Wellington-Christchurch, and Withington Imperial
    RUSHTON Shropshire RUSHTON , a township in Wroxeter parish, Salop; under the Wrekin, 3 miles S W of Wellington. Imperial
    SHREWSBURY Shropshire Wroxeter, the ancient Uriconinm. The house of industry was built as a foundling hospital, in 1765, at a cost of £12,000; and furnished Imperial
    SHROPSHIRE, or Salop Shropshire Wroxeter, southwest-by-southward thence to Church-Stretton, and south-by-westward thence into Herefordshire near Leintwardine. Roman stations were Imperial
    Uriconium   Uriconium . See WROXETER. Bartholomew
    WATLING-STREET Kent Wroxeter; forked there into lines toward respectively Leintwardine, Bangor, and Chester; proceeded from Chester, by Northwich, Stretford, Manchester, Ilkley, Masham Imperial
    Wroxeter Shropshire Wroxeter , par. and vil., Shropshire - par., 4774 ac., pop. 488; vil., 6 miles SE. of Shrewsbury; P.O.; the par. has extensive Bartholomew
    WROXETER Shropshire WROXETER , a village and a parish in Atcham district, Salop. The village stands on Watling-street and on the river Imperial
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