Searching for "EAST STONEHOUSE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Avondale Lanarkshire East Kilbride, N and NE by Glassford, E by Stonehouse and Lesmahagow, S by Muirkirk in Ayrshire, and W by the Ayrshire Groome
    Caledonian Railway Midlothian Stonehouse, Strathaven, Hamilton, East Kilbride, etc., and numerous mineral connections over and above its passenger lines. The Greenock and Paisley Groome
    DEVONPORT Devon East Stonehouse. The town is the western one of three towns which form the port of Plymouth, Stonehouse being the central Imperial
    DEVONSHIRE, or Devon Devon East Stonehouse, Stoke-Damerel, Tavistock, Okehampton, Crediton, Tiverton, South Molton, Barnstaple, Torrington, Bideford, and Holsworthy. The leven boroughs already named Imperial
    EXETER Cornwall
    Devon
    East Stonehouse, Stonehouse-St. Paul, Wembury, and Revelstoke. The deanery of Tamerton contains the rectories of Bere-Ferrers, Meavy, Tavy Imperial
    Glassford Lanarkshire Stonehouse, S by Avondale, SW by East Kilbride, and NW by East Kilbride and Blantyre. Its utmost length, from WNW to ESE, is 7 miles Groome
    GLOUCESTERSHIRE, or Gloucester Gloucestershire east, past Moreton-in-the Marsh, Chipping-Campden, and Evesham, and sends off branches to Bourton-on-the-Water and Stratford-upon-Avon; another, the Great Western Union, and the Gloucester and Hereford Junction, goes west-north-westward across the centre, past Stroud, Stonehouse Imperial
    Hamilton Lanarkshire East Kilbride, New Monkland, Old Monkland, Shotts, and Stonehouse; the 22 quoad sacra parishes of Airdrie, Baillieston, Bargeddie, Bellshill, Burnbank Groome
    Lanarkshire Lanarkshire East Kilbride, Glassford, Hamilton, New Monkland, and Old Monkland, in the middle ward. South Lanarkshire contains the whole of the upper ward and the parishes of Cambusnethan, Dalserf, Shotts, and Stonehouse Groome
    PLYMOUTH Devon Stonehouse; and two other good streets, called Cambridge-street and Oxford-street, form a straight and continuous line on the N W; while multitudes of renovations have been made in the old parts, and a profusion of handsome private houses have been erected in thesuburbs. Many a pleasant spot, once open for prome-nading, has been covered with public buildings and government works; but one magnificent promenade, called the Hoe, one of the most beautiful promenades in thekingdom, remains untouched. This is a high ridge, extending from Mill-bay to the entrance of Sutton-pool; constitutes the sea-front Imperial
    STONEHOUSE (East) Devon STONEHOUSE (East) , a town, a parish, and a district, in Devon. The town stands on the South Devon and Cornwall Imperial
    Stonehouse, (or East Stonehouse) Devon Stonehouse , (or East Stonehouse ), town and par. (ry. sta. Devonport and Stonehouse), Devon, on Stonehouse Pool, between Plymouth and Devonport Bartholomew
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