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    Unit Name Type of Unit Containing Unit (and Type)
    EAST BARNET LG_Ward Parish-level Unit EAST BARNET UD (Local Government District)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    ALBANS (St.) Hertfordshire east; and a Lady chapel, of three bays, with vestibule. The nave is 276 feet long, 65 feet broad, and 65 feet high; the choir is 175 feet long; the transept, 175½ feet; the entire edifice, 548½ feet. Three noble towers in fine symmetry formerly rose above it; but only the central one, without spire or pinnacles, now stands; and this is 32¼ feet long, 30¾ feet broad, and 144 feet high. The church was chiefly built in 1077-93, by Abbot Paul of Caen; but was extended and altered at subsequent periods by other abbots Imperial
    ARKLEY Hertfordshire ARKLEY , a chapelry in East Barnet parish, Herts; a p. curacy in the diocese of Rochester. Statistics returned with the parish. Imperial
    BARNET Hertfordshire
    Middlesex
    Barnet; and lies wholly in Herts. Acres, together with the parish of East Barnet, 3,185. Real property, £10,829. Pop., 2,989. Houses Imperial
    Barnet, East Hertfordshire Barnet, East , par., S. Herts, 2 miles SE. of Barnet, 1699 ac., pop. 3992. Bartholomew
    BARNET (East) Hertfordshire BARNET (East) , a parish in Barnet district, Herts; on the Great Northern railway, near Barnet station, 1¾ mile ESE of Barnet Imperial
    East Barnet Hertfordshire East Barnet , ½ mile SE. of New Barnet sta., Herts; P.O. See BARNET, EAST. Bartholomew
    ELY Cambridgeshire east and its west front, flanking pinnacled double buttresses, and an arcade of niches both above and below the great windows. The decorations of stained glass, painting, carving, and polychromy, especially in the octagon and the choir, are very rich, and have been undergoing much enhancement in the current repairs and restorations. The principal monuments are a coffin-lid of black marble, of the 12th century, in the choir-ambulatory; effigies or tombs of Bishops Northwold, Alcock, West, Gray, Red-mayne, Goodrich, and Hotham, in the choir; and monuments of Bishops Kilkenny, Barnet Imperial
    FINCHLEY Middlesex Barnet district, Middlesex. The village stands 4¾ miles NNW of Finchley-Road r. station; and has two stations of Finchley-East Imperial
    FINSBURY Middlesex Barnet, Finchley, and Hornsey. Acres, 11, 492. Pop. in 1851, 239, 788. Houses, 30, 863. -The sub-district is part of the parish and district of St. Luke, and consists of the portions known as East Imperial
    HERTFORDSHIRE, or Herts Hertfordshire Barnet, Royston, Hatfield, Baldock, Hoddesdon, Stevenage, Rickmansworth, and Standon; and there are about 450 villages and hamlets. The chief seats are Hatfield House, Cashiobury, Ashridge, Gorhambury, Grove Park, Panshanger, Tittenhanger, Moor Park, Balls Park, Hoo, Redbourn House, Ash Park, Bedwell Park, Beechwood Park, Claremont, Dell Row, Gadesbridge, Hartsbourn House, Brockett Hall, Lockleys, Haughton, Holywell Hill, Stort Lodge, Theobalds, Wormleybury, Albury Hall, Albury House, Aldenham, Annables, Ashlyns, Aspendon Hall, Ayot House, Bayfordbury, Bennington, Brickendonbury, Briggins Park, Brookmans, Broxbournebury, Champneys, Cheshunt, Childwick, Cokenatch Park, Coles Park, Corneybury, Dane-End House, Danesbury, Digswell House, the Frythe, Gaddesden Park, Gilston Park, Hadham Park, Hamels Imperial
    KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Surrey Barnet, the largest fair in the S of England. The trade in corn, at the weekly market, is large; and there are malt houses, corn mills, flax mills, oil mills, breweries, and a distillery. The town was chartered by King John; sent members to parliament from 1311 to 1374; and is governed by a mayor, 8 aldermen, and 24 councillors. It is well supplied with water; and it has a new scheme of drainage, which was attempted to be resisted in 1865, as a nuisance to the Thames, but which was so modified in execution Imperial
    Little Grove Hertfordshire Little Grove , seat, near East Barnet, Herts. Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    London
    Barnet, East Barnet, Elstree, Northam, Ridge, Shenley, and Totteridge. The divisions of the metropolis for the registration of marriages, births Imperial
    Lyonsdown Hertfordshire Lyonsdown , eccl. dist., Chipping Barnet and East Barnet pars., Herts, pop. 128. Bartholomew
    MIDDLESEX Middlesex Barnet, East Barnet, Totteridge, and Cheshunt, from Herts; comprises 176,555 acres; and is divided into the districts of Staines Imperial
    Oakhill Hertfordshire Oakhill .-- seat, East Barnet par., Herts, 1 mile SE. of Barnet. Bartholomew
    OAKHILL Hertfordshire OAKHILL , the seat of Lord Faversham in East Barnet parish, Herts; on an eminence, 1 mile S E of Barnet. Imperial
    ROCHESTER Essex
    Hertfordshire
    Kent
    east ambulatory; and a Ladychapel, of four bays. The nave is 159 feet long, 65 1 / 3 feetwide, and 55 feet high; St. Mary's chapel is 45 feet long, and 30 feet wide; the choir transept is 92 feet long; themain transept is 122¼ feet long; Gundulph's tower is 24feet square, and 95 feet high; the central tower is 156feet high; the choir is 110½ feet long; the Lady chapel is44 feet long, and 28½ feet wide; and the entire pile is 310 feet long. Part of the architecture is Norman, and al1the rest Imperial
    Trent Middlesex Trent , eccl. dist., Enfield and Monken Hadley pars., Middlesex, and East Barnet par., Herts, pop. 751. Bartholomew
    YORK Yorkshire Barnet,- and again in 1478. Several of the events of these years figure in the dramas of Shakespeare, and in the novels of Lord Lytton. Richard III. visited the city in 1483; and is said, by some writers, but not on good grounds, to have been crowned in its cathedral. Henry VII. made a grand entry into it, in his progress in the north, in 1489; and his daughter Margaret was here in 1503. The rebels against the dissolution of monasteries took the city in 1536; but were speedily subdued, and their ringleaders executed. Henry VIII. made it the seat Imperial
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