Searching for "CROWLAND"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Austindyke Lincolnshire Austindyke , hamlet, Moulton par., Lincolnshire, 6½ miles NE. of Crowland. Bartholomew
    AUSTINDYKE Lincolnshire AUSTINDYKE , a hamlet in Moulton parish, Lincoln miles NE of Crowland. Imperial
    COWBIT Lincolnshire Crowland; and has a post office under Spalding, and a r. station. The parish includes also Peakhill hamlet, and allotments Imperial
    Crowland, or Croyland Lincolnshire Crowland , or Croyland , market town and par., S. Lincolnshire, on border of co., 8 miles NE. of Peterborough and 78 miles Bartholomew
    CROWLAND, or Croyland Lincolnshire
    Northamptonshire
    CROWLAND , or Croyland, a small town, a parish, and a sub-district in the district of Peterborough; the town and the parish Imperial
    Croyland Lincolnshire Croyland , town and par., Lincoln. See CROWLAND. Bartholomew
    Engine Lincolnshire Engine , hamlet, in par. and 1 mile S. of Crowland, S. Lincolnshire. Bartholomew
    FRENCH DROVE Lincolnshire FRENCH DROVE , a station on the Marsh and Spalding railway; 3½ miles SE of Crowland. Imperial
    FRIESTON Lincolnshire Crowland, founded here in 1114; was originally cruciform, but has lost its choir and transepts; is early perpendicular English in the clerestory Imperial
    GEDNEY Lincolnshire Crowland abbey. Remains of Roman en-trenchments exist; and Roman coins have been found. The living is a vicarage in the diocese Imperial
    GEDNEY-HILL Lincolnshire Crowland, and 9 E by S of Peakirk and Crowland r. station; and has a post office under Wisbeach. Real Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Crowland, Moulton-Chapel, West Pinchbeck, and Spalding. The deanery of South Holland-second contains the rectories of Fleet and Tydd Imperial
    LINCOLNSHIRE, or LINCOLN Lincolnshire Crowland, Crowle, Gainsborough, Holbeach, Horncastle, Market-Rasen, Sleaford, and Spalding; and there are altogether 30 market-towns, and upwards of 910 smaller Imperial
    PEAKIRK Northamptonshire stood in the village; belonged to Crowland abbey; is now a dwelling-house; and has a well-designed E window. Imperial
    PETERBOROUGH Leicestershire
    Northamptonshire
    Rutland
    Crowland, containing the parish of Crowland, electorally in Lincoln, and the parishes of Glinton, Etton, Help-stone, Maxey, Northborough, Peakirk Imperial
    WELLAND (The) Leicestershire
    Lincolnshire
    Northamptonshire
    Rutland
    Crowland; and then goes northeast-ward, through the SE of Lincoln, past Spalding, to the Wash in the vicinity of Fossdyke Imperial
    WHAPLODE-DROVE Lincolnshire Crowland r. station. It has a post-office under Peterborough. Acres, 2,135. Real property, £5,439. Pop., 8844. Houses Imperial
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