Searching for "MISTERTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BATH and WELLS Somerset Misterton, South Petherton, and Swell; and the p. curacies of Barrington, Broadway, Tatworth, Chillington, Crewkerne, Cudworth, Courland, Dinnington, Hambridge, Kingstone Imperial
    BEAMINSTER Dorset Misterton, containing the parishes of Cheddington, South Perrot, Mosterton, Misterton, and Seaborough,-the two last electorally in Somerset. Acres, 53,764. Poor Imperial
    GAINSBOROUGH Lincolnshire Misterton, containing the parishes of Misterton, Walkeringham, Beckingham, Saundby, Bole, and West Burton, -all electorally in Notts; the sub-district Imperial
    Heckdyke Lincolnshire Heckdyke , hamlet, Owston par., Lincolnshire, and Misterton par., Notts, 4 miles N. of Gainsborough. Bartholomew
    LEICESTERSHIRE, or LEICESTER Leicestershire Misterton Hall, Nether Seal Hall, Nether Seal Old Hall, Normanton Hall, Norris-Hill Hall, North Kilworth House, Orton Hall, Osbaston Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Misterton, and West Stockwith. The deanery of Retford-second contains the rectories of Eakring, Kirton, and Treswell; the vicarages of East Imperial
    LUTTERWORTH Leicestershire Misterton, South Kilworth, North Kilworth, Kimcote-with-Walton, Bruntingthorpe, Arnesby, Peatling-Magna, PeatlingParva, Gilmorton, Bitteswell, Willoughby-Waterless, Ashby-Magna, Ashby Imperial
    Misterton Nottinghamshire Misterton , par., township, and vil. with ry. sta., Notts - par. (containing West Stockwith), 5420 ac., pop. 1880; township, pop. 1218; vil., on Chesterfield Bartholomew
    Misterton Leicestershire Misterton .-- par., Leicestershire, on river Swift, 1 mile SE. of Lutterworth, 3580 ac., pop. 486; contains the vil. of Walcote Bartholomew
    Misterton Somerset Misterton , par. and vil., Somerset, near border of Dorset, 1½ mile SE. of Crewkerne, 1417 ac., pop. 670; P.O. Bartholomew
    MISTERTON Leicestershire MISTERTON , a parish in Lutterworth district, Leicester; on the river Swift, 1 mile E by S of Lutterworth, 3¼ ENE of Watling Imperial
    MISTERTON Nottinghamshire MISTERTON , a village, a township, a parish, and a sub-district, in the district of Gainsborough and county of Nottingham Imperial
    MISTERTON Somerset MISTERTON , a village, a parish, and a sub-district, in the district of Beaminster and county of Somerset. The village Imperial
    Poultney Leicestershire Poultney , vil., Misterton par., Leicestershire, 2 miles E. of Lutterworth. Bartholomew
    POULTNEY Leicestershire POULTNEY , a hamlet in Misterton parish, Leicester; 2 miles E of Lutterworth. Imperial
    Stockwith, West Nottinghamshire Misterton par., Notts, near confluence of rivers Idle and Trent, opposite East Stockwith, and 4 miles NW. of Gainsborough, pop. 662; P.O. Since Bartholomew
    STOCKWITH (West) Nottinghamshire Misterton parish, Notts; on the river Trent, at the junction of the Chesterfield cana1, opposite East S., 4 miles NNW of Gainsborough Imperial
    Walcote Leicestershire Walcote , vil., Misterton par., Leicestershire, 2 miles E. of Lutterworth; P.O. Bartholomew
    WALCOTE Leicestershire Misterton parish, Leicester; 2 miles E by S of Lutterworth. It has a post-office under Lutterworth. Real property, £2,697. Pop., 521. Imperial
    West Stockwith Nottinghamshire West Stockwith , Misterton par., Notts, 4 miles NW. of Gainsborough; P.O. See STOCKWITH, WEST. Bartholomew
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