Searching for "LITTLE DUNHAM"

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  • If you are looking for hills, rivers, castles ... or pretty much anything other than the "places" where people live and lived, you need to look in our collection of Historical Gazetteers. This contains the complete text of three gazetteers published in the late 19th century — over 90,000 entries. Although there are no descriptive gazetteer entries for placenames exactly matching your search term (other than those already linked to "places"), the following entries mention "LITTLE DUNHAM":
    Place name County Entry Source
    BARROW Cheshire Dunham r. station, and 5 ENE of Chester It includes the townships of Great Barrow and Little Barrow; and has fairs Imperial
    BEESTON, or Beeston-next-Litcham Norfolk Little Bittering; and its Post Town is Great Dunham, under Swaffham. Acres, 2,073. Real property, £4,491. Pop., 645. Houses Imperial
    CHESTER Cheshire Dunham-Massey, Ringway, Timperley, Antrobus, Barnton, Northwich, Hartford, Little Leigh, Lostock, Lower Peover, Lower Whitley, Stretton, Tabley, Witton, Wilderspool, Alvanley Imperial
    Dunham, Little Norfolk Dunham, Little , par. (ry. sta. Dunham), W. Norfolk, 1901 ac., pop. 293; P.O.; contains D. Lodge . Bartholomew
    DUNHAM (Little) Norfolk DUNHAM (Little) , a parish in Mitford distrlct, Norfolk; on the East Anglian railway, at Dunham station, 4¼ miles ENE of Swaffham Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Little Grimsby, Keddington, Kelstein, Nun-Ormsby, and Utterby; and the chapelry of Cadeby. The deanery of Lonthesk and Ludburghsecond contains the rectories of Carlton-Parva, Carlton Castle, Comsholme, Grimoldby, Manby, Marshchapel, Saltfleetby-All Saints, Saltfleetby-St. Clement, Saltfleetby-St. Peter, and South Somercotes; the vicarages of Carlton-Magna, Cockerington-St. Leonard, Skidbrooke, and North Somercotes; and the p. curacies of Alvingham, Cockerington-St. Mary, and Grainthorpe. The deanery of Louthesk and Ludburgh-third contains the rectories of Authorpe, Cawthorpe, Gayton-le-Wolds, Biscathorpe, Haugham, Raithby, Louth, Stewton, Welt on-le-Wold, and Withcall; the vicarages of Hallington, North Reston Imperial
    Little Dunham Norfolk Little Dunham , 4 miles NE. of Swaffham, Norfolk; P.O. See DUNHAM, LITTLE. Bartholomew
    MITFORD Norfolk Little Bittering, Kempston, Great Dunham, Little Dunham, Great Fransham, East Lexham, West Lexham, Rougham, Weasenham-All Saints, Weasenham-St. Peter Imperial
    NORFOLK Norfolk little more than deep river-improvement up the Yare to Norwich, deep river-improvement up the waveney to Beccles, and cuts or deepenings, for small craft, up to Bungay, to Aylsham, to Heckling-broad, to Weyford-bridge, to Thetford, to Stoke-Ferry, and to Castle-Acre ' The submarine telegraph goes from Cromer to the Continent at Emden, and is connected southward with the lines at Norwich. The Great Eastern railway system, comprehending variouslocal amalgamations, is ramified through much of thecounty. The main line comes in from Suffolk in theneighbourhood of Diss, and goes north-north-eastward to Norwich; a branch Imperial
    STOKE Cheshire Dunham-Hill r. station, and 4¾ N by E of Chester. Acres, 706. Real property, £1,038. Pop., 102. Houses, 15. The parish contains also Great and Little Imperial
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