Searching for "MARSTON MAGNA"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    CORTON-DENHAM Somerset Marston-Magna, under Sherborne. Acres, 1, 371. Real property, with Sandford-Orcas, £5, 232. Pop., 413. Houses, 82. The property Imperial
    ELY Cambridgeshire Magna, Shepreth, Stapleford, Thriplow, and Trumpington. The deanery of Bourne contains the rectories of Boxworth, Childerley, Conington, Croxton, Elsworth, Little Eversden, Fen-Drayton, Little Gransden, Graveley, Hardwicke, Hatley-St. George, Kingston, Knapwell, Lolworth, Papworth-St. Agnes, Papworth-St. Everard, Long Stow, and Toft; and the vicarages of Bourne, Caldecot, Caxton, Eltisley, Great Eversden, Gamlingay, and Swavesey. The deanery of Cambridge contains the rectories of Cambridge-St. Botolph, Cambridge-St. Mary the Great, Fulbourn-St. Vigors, Ditton, and Teversham; the vicarages of Cambridge-All Saints, Cambridge-St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge-St. Clement, Cambridge-St. Giles, Cambridge-St. Sepulchre, Cherry-Hinton Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Marston, Poulton, and Swindon-St. Mark. The deanery of North Malmsbury comprises the rectories of Ashley, Bremilham, Brinkworth, Crudwell, Dantsey, Easton-Gray, Foxley, Garsden, Luckington, Long Newnton, Oaksey, Poole-Keynes, Somerford-Magna Imperial
    HEREFORD Herefordshire Magna, Norton-Canon, Pipe, Withington, and Woolhope; and the p. curacies of Breinton, Brockhampton, Bullinghope, Huntington, Tebberton, Moreton-Jeffries, and Preston-Wynne. The deanery of Frome contains the rectories of Aylton, Bridenoury, Coddington, Collington, Colwall, Cradley, Donnington, Eastnor, Edwin-Ralph, Evesbach, Frome-Castle, Little Marcle, Munsley, Pixley, Upper Sapey, StokeLacy, Tedstone-Delamere, Tedstone-Wafer, Thornbury, Ullinswick, and Whitborne; the vicarages of Avenbury, Bosbury, Bromyard, Much-Cowarne, Felton, BishopFrome, Canon-Frome, Ledbury, Pitchard-Ocle, StokeBliss, Stretton-Grandison, Wolferlow, and Yarkhill; the p. curacies of Cradley-St. John, Bishop-Grendon, BishopStanford, Ashperton, Little Cowarne, and Wacton; and the donative of Brockhampton Imperial
    LICHFIELD Derbyshire
    Marston-on-Dove. The deanery of Stanton-by-Bridge contains the rectories of Aston-onTrent, Shardlow, Stanton-by-Bridge, Swarkeston, and Weston-on-Trent; the vicarages of Barrow, Elvaston, and Melbourne; and the p. curacies of Alvaston, Boulton, Chelaston, Foremark, and Ticknall. The deanery of Staveley contains the rectories of Barlborough, Eckington, Killamarsh, Staveley, and Whitwell; the vicarages of Beighton and Elmton; and the p. curacy of Ridgeway. The deanery of Wirksworth contains the rectory of Carsington, the vicarage of Wirksworth, and the p. curacies of Atlow, Ballidon, Brassington, Hognaston, Idridgehay, Kirk-Ireton, and Middleton. The deanery of Condover contains Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Magna, Grantham, Haydor, and Syston; and the p. curacies of Foston, Kelby, Manthorpe, Landonthorpe, East Allington, and Spittlegate. The deanery of Grantham-second contains the rectories of Barrowby, Boothby-Pagnell, Denton, Harlaxton, Great Ponton, Little Ponton, Ropsley, Sapperton, Somerby, Stroxton, and Woolsthorpe; the vicarage of Braceby; and the chapelry of Humby. The deanery of Grimsby-first contains the rectories of Beelsby, Cuxwold, Hatcliffe, Hawerby, Healing, Irby-upon-Humber, Laceby, Newton-le-Wold, Rothwell, Swal low, and Swinhope; the vicarages of Cabourn and East Ravendale; and the p. curacy of West Ravendale. The deanery of Grimsby-second contains the rectories Imperial
    Marston Somerset Marston , ry. sta., 5 miles NE. of Yeovil, Somerset. See MARSTON MAGNA. Bartholomew
    Marston Magna Somerset Marston Magna , par. and vil. (ry. sta. Marston), Somerset, 5 miles NE. of Yeovil, 1068 ac., pop. 305; P.O. Bartholomew
    MARSTON-MAGNA Somerset MARSTON-MAGNA , a village and a parish in the district of Sherborne, and county of Somerset. The village stands on an affluent Imperial
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