Searching for "TEMPLE GRAFTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Arden Warwickshire Temple Grafton par., S. Warwicksh., between Stratford-on-Avon and Alcester, 17 m. long and 12 m. broad; the situation Bartholomew
    ARDEN Warwickshire Temple-Grafton parish, midway between Stratford-on-Avon and Alcester, in Warwick; or, more extensively, a tract about 17 miles Imperial
    CAMBRIDGE Cambridgeshire CAMBRIDGE , a university town, the capital of Cambridgeshire. It stands on the Via Devana, the river Cam, and the Eastern Imperial
    CORK Cork CORK , a sea-port, city, and a county of itself, and the head of a diocese, locally in the county Lewis:Ireland
    DUBLIN Dublin DUBLIN , the metropolis of Ireland, and a city and county of itself, in the province of LEINSTER, situated in 53 Lewis:Ireland
    EUSTON Suffolk Grafton; and gives to the Dukes of Grafton the title of Earl. Euston Hall is a seat of the Duke of Grafton; is constructed of red brick; and stands amid charming scenery. A banqueting-house, called the Temple Imperial
    Grafton, Temple Warwickshire Grafton, Temple , par., Warwick. See TEMPLE GRAFTON. Bartholomew
    GRAFTON-TEMPLE Warwickshire GRAFTON-TEMPLE , a parish in Stratford-on-Avon district, Warwick; near Icknield-street, 2¾ miles SE by E of Alcester Imperial
    Hillborough Warwickshire Hillborough , hamlet, Temple Grafton par., S. Warwickshire, 5 miles SW. of Stratford-on-Avon. Bartholomew
    HILLBOROUGH Warwickshire Temple-Grafton parish, Warwick; near the river Avon and the Fosse way, 5 miles W by S of Stratford-on-Avon Imperial
    Temple Grafton Warwickshire Temple Grafton , par., Warwickshire, 5 miles W. of Stratford on Avon, 1830 ac., pop. 412. Bartholomew
    WARWICKSHIRE, or Warwick Warwickshire Temple-Grafton. Soils are of nearly all kinds; but strong clay-loams and strong marly clays are most common; and, with Imperial
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