Searching for "ST MARY CRAY"

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    Unit Name Type of Unit Containing Unit (and Type)
    ST MARY CRAY LG_Ward Parish-level Unit ORPINGTON UD (Local Government District)
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    Place name County Entry Source
    St. Laurence-in-Thanet, St. John-Margate, Minster-Thanet, Monkton, St. Nicholas-at-Wade, St. Peter-in-Thanet, Ramsgate, Reculver, and Seasaltor; and the p. curacies of Herne Bay, Trinity-in-Thanet Trinity-in-Margate, Birchington, Acol, Broadstairs, Christchurch-Ramsgate, Hoath, and Whitstable. The deanery of Dartford includes the rectories of Beckenham, Chelsfield, Chiselhurst, Crayford, Footscray, North Cray, St. Paul's-Cray, and Keston; the vicarages of Addington, Bexley, Croydon, Cudham, Dartford, Erith, Hayes, Horton-Kirby, Orpington, Sutton-at-Home, West-Wickham, and Wilmington; and the p. curacies of Bexley-Heath, Bromley, Trinity-Bromley, Sidcup, St. Mary Imperial
    CRAY (Foots) Kent CRAY (Foots) , a village and a parish in Bromley district, Kent. The village stands on the rivulet Cray, 2¼ miles N of St. Mary Imperial
    CRAY (North) Kent CRAY (North) , a parish in Bromley district, Kent; on the rivulet Cray, 1 mile NNE of Foots-Cray, and 3¼ N by E of St. Mary Imperial
    Cray, StMary Kent Cray, St Mary , par. and vil. with ry. sta., W. Kent, 2 miles S. of Foots Cray, 2028 ac., pop. 1906; P.O., T.O. Bartholomew
    CRAY (St. Mary) Kent CRAY (St. Mary) , a village and a parish in Bromley district, Kent. The village stands on the rivulet Cray, and on the Mid Kent Imperial
    Cray, St Paul Kent Cray, St Paul , par. and vil., W. Kent, adjacent to St Mary Cray, 1654 ac., pop. 774; P.O.; contains Cray Bartholomew
    CRAY (St. Pauls) Kent CRAY (St. Pauls) , a parish in Bromley district, Kent; on the rivulet Cray, ¾ of a mile NNE of St. Mary Imperial
    Crocken Hill Kent St Mary Cray, and Sutton at Hone pars., W. Kent -- dist., pop. 1073; vil., 6 miles S.E. of Bromley; P.O. Bartholomew
    CROCKENHILL Kent St. Mary-Cray parishes, Kent; near the Mid Kent railway, 1¼ mile SW of Sevenoaks Junction station, and 6½ ESE of Bromley Imperial
    DOWN Kent St. Mary Cray r. station, and 5½ SE by S of Bromley. It has a post office under Bromley Imperial
    KENT Kent St. Mary-Cray, and Sutton-at-Hone, into junction with the Thames line at Strood; and sends off a branch Imperial
    KENT (MID) RAILWAY Kent St. Mary Cray; was opened from Bromley to Southborough Road, a distance of 2½ miles, in July 1858; was subsequently Imperial
    Kevington Kent Kevington , hamlet, St Mary Cray par., Kent, 5 miles SW. of Dartford. Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    Cray, H ayes, Keston, North Cray, Orpington, St. Mary Cray, St. Paul Cray, and West Wickham; those in Essex are Barking Imperial
    St. Mary-Cray; in 1860, to construct a line of fully 4 miles from a junction at Beckenham with the Farnborough Imperial
    Mearns Renfrewshire St Mary's (Blairgowrie). Pop. (1871) 18,564, (1881) 18,269, of whom 4821 were communicants of the Church of Scotland in 1878.-The Free Church also has a presbytery of Meigle, with 2 churches in Blairgowrie, and 8 in Airlie, Alyth, Coupar-Angus, Cray Groome
    ORPINGTON Kent St. Mary Cray. Value, £420.* Patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury. The church is mainly early English; includes Normanportions; and has a low embattled Imperial
    St Mary Cray Kent St Mary Cray , par. and vil. with ry. sta., Kent, on Cray rivulet, 4½ miles E. of Bromley, 2028 ac., pop. 1906; P.O., T.O.; has paperworks Bartholomew
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