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    Place name County Entry Source
    CHICHESTER Sussex Mary's hospital, a short way east of North-street, was founded as a nunnery about the middle of the 12th century; passed soon into the character of an hospital; maintains 8 poor persons; and, next to the cathedral, is the most interesting edifice in the city, having a perpendicular English gateway, a refectory of the 14th century 83 feet long, a chapel of the same period 47½ feet long, with fine traceried windows, sacristy, oak stalls, sedilia, and piscina, and a rich decorated oak screen, separating the refectory from the chapel. St. James hospital was founded originally Imperial
    Govan Lanarkshire Stratford-on-Avon. It contains about 1100 sittings, and is surrounded by the churchyard, which is bordered by elms. The Gaelic church was built in 1866 at a cost of £1150, and has 600 sittings. It at present ranks as a mission church, but a petition is now pending before the Court of Session for its disjunction and erection as the church of a separate quoad sacra parish to be known as Kiaran parish. The Govan Free church is a spacious edifice erected soon after the Disruption. Govan St Mary Groome
    HIGHAM Suffolk Stratford-St. Mary, under Colchester. Acres, 880. Real property, £2, 053. Pop., 229. Houses, 48. The property is divided Imperial
    HOLTON-ST. MARY Suffolk MARY , a parish in Samford district, Suffolk; 2¾ miles S of Raydon r. station, and 4¼ SSE of Hadleigh. Post town, Stratford-St. Mary Imperial
    Ilford, (or Great Ilford) Essex Stratford and 7 miles NE. of London by rail, pop. 4397; P.O., T.O.; contains St Mary's Hospital, founded in time Bartholomew
    LANCASTER Lancashire Stratford by Roubiliac, a finely-carved marble monument to Sir Samuel Eyre, a number of other monuments, and several brasses. The churchyard once contained an ancient Runic cross. St. John's church, in Chapel-street, was built in 1775, and has a spire added in 1784. St. Anne's church, in Moor-lane, was built in 1796; and is a plain edifice, with an open turret. St. Thomas' church, in Penny-street, is a modern structure, in the early English style; and consists of nave, aisles, and chancel, with handsome tower and spire. Christ church, on Lancaster moor, was built Imperial
    LEAMINGTON Warwickshire Mary's church, near Radford road, was built in 1839, at a cost of £5, 495; is in the style of the 15th century, of cemented brick; comprises nave, aisles, and chancel, with embattled tower; and contains 1, 200 sittings. Christ church, in Beanchamp square, was built in 1825; is in the Norman style; and has a low square tower. St. Luke's church, in Augusta place, was built in 1851. Trinity church, in Beauchampsquare, was built in 1847; and is a cruciform structure, of nave, aisles, and chancel. Milverton church, on Milverton hill, was built Imperial
    LONDON London
    London
    Stratford, Bromley, Christchurch-Spitalfields, Ealing, Finchley, Hackney, Hammersmith, Limehouse, Mile-End-New-Town, Northolt, Old Ford, Paddington, Mile-End-Old-Town, Poplar, Ratcliffe, Shadwell, South Hackney, Stepney, St. Barnabas-Homerton, St. BotolphBishopsgate, St. George-in-the-East, Whitechapel, Bethnal-Green, Wapping, and West Hackney; the chapelries in these parishes, and the chapelries of St. James-Clapton, St. Peter-De-Beauvoir-square, St. Philip-Dalston, and St. Thomas-Stamford-hill. The archdeaconry of Middlesex comprises the parishes of Fulham and Kensington, and the deaneries of Barnes and Hammersmith, St. George-Bloomsbury, Chelsea, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, St. George-Hanover-square, Hampton, Harrow Imperial
    Melrose Roxburghshire
    Selkirkshire
    St Paul with sword. In the S transept part of the groined still remains. In the W wall is a small door giving access to the triforium passages. Over the centre is a shield bearing a pair of compasses and fleurs-de-lis in reference to the profession and native country of the designer. Beside it is the inscription in old English letter:- Sa gays ye compas evyn about sa truth and laute do, but doute, behaulde to ye hende q Johne Morvo.` Higher up to the left is also the following in similar characters:- John Morow sum tym callit Groome
    SAMFORD Suffolk St. Mary, Raydon, Shelley, Higham, Stratford, St. Mary, East Bergholt, Great Wenham, Little Wenham, Copdock, Washbrook, Chattisham, Hintlesham, Burstall, and Sproughton Imperial
    STRATFORD Essex STRATFORD , a town, a ward, and three chapelries, in West Ham parish, Essex. The town stands on the river Lea, on the Roman road to Colchester, and on the Great Eastern railway, at a radiation of railway lines, 4½ miles E of St. Paul's, London; had a mitred Cistertian abbey, founded in 1135 by W. de Montfitchet, and now represented by considerable remains; was the place where Henry VIII. confined the Countess of Salisbury; witnessed the martyrdom of 13 men and 2 women in the time of Queen Mary Imperial
    Stratford, St Mary Suffolk Stratford, St Mary , par. and vil., Suffolk, on river Stour, 3½ miles NW. of Manningtree, 1461 ac., pop. 506; P.O. Bartholomew
    STRATFORD-ST. MARY Suffolk STRATFORD-ST. MARY , a parish, with a village, in Samford district, Suffolk; on the river Stour, at or near the Roman Imperial
    STRATFORD (Stony) Buckinghamshire St. Mary Magdalene, all except the tower, which still stands; is a seat of petty-sessions; publishes a weekly newspaper; communicates, by a three-arched bridge, with Old Stratford Imperial
    WOODFORD-GREEN Essex St. Mary parish, Essex; ¾ mile W of Woodford r. station, and 5¼ N by E of Stratford. It has a head Imperial
    WOODFORD-ST. MARY Essex ST. MARY , a parish in West Ham district, Essex; on the Stratford and Ongar railway, 4¼ miles N by E of Stratford Imperial
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