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    Place name County Entry Source
    Coln-Rogers Gloucestershire Coln-Rogers , par., E. Gloucestershire, on river Colne, 7 miles NE. of Cirencester, 1508 ac., pop. 107. Bartholomew
    COLN-ROGERS Gloucestershire COLN-ROGERS , a parish in Northleach district, Gloucester; on the river Colne, 4 miles SSW of Northleach, and 7 NE by N of Cirencester Imperial
    DENHAM Buckinghamshire
    Middlesex
    Colne and the Grand Junction canal, at the boundary with Middlesex, 2 miles NNW of Uxbridge r. station. It has a post office under Uxbridge. Acres, 3, 905. Real property, £9, 693. Pop., 1, 068. Houses, 222. The property is divided among a few. Denham place, a large brick mansion, on the site of an ancient manor-house of the Peckhams, has a fine old chapel, with ancient gilded seats; was built, in 1667, by Sir Roger Imperial
    GLOUCESTER and BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Somerset
    Wiltshire
    Coln-Rogers, Daglingworth, Duntsbourne-Abbots, Duntsbourne-Rous, Farmington, Hampnett, Stowell, Harnhill, Rendcoomb, Siddington, and Stratton; the vicarages of Ampney-Crucis Imperial
    HAREFIELD Middlesex Colne, and the boundary with Bucks, 3¾ miles N of Uxbridge r. station; was known at Domesday as Harefelle; and has a post-office under Uxbridge, and a police station. The parish comprises 4,513 acres. Real property, £8,772. Pop., 1,567. Houses, 325. The property is divided among a few. The manor belonged, in the time of Edward the Confessor, to the Countess Goda; at Domesday, to Richard, son of Earl Brion; in 1284, to Roger Imperial
    HILLINGDON Middlesex Colne, and the boundary with Bucks, 1 mile SE of Uxbridge; was known, at Domesday, as Hillendone; and has a post office under Uxbridge, and a policestation.—The parish contains also the town and township of Uxbridge, the villages of Yiewsley and Colham, and the hamlets of Gould-Green, Peel-Hatch, ColhamGreen, Long Atter, and Hockley Hole; and a detached part of it is encompassed by Ickenham parish. Acres, 4, 720. Real property, £32, 230; of which £200 are in the canal, and £250 in gas works Imperial
    HORNSEY Middlesex Colne; while near their top, adjacent to the railway, is the New Alexandra Park, with part of the removed exhibition building of 1862. The living is a rectory in the diocese of London. Value, £400. h Patron, the Bishop of London. The church, excepting an ancient tower, was rebuilt in 1832; and contains a monument to the poet Rogers Imperial
    IVER Buckinghamshire Colne, near the Grand Junction canal and the boundary with Middlesex, 1½ mile WNW of Drayton r. station, and 2¾ SSW of Uxbridge; dates from ancient times; takes its name from Sir Roger Imperial
    IVES (ST.) Huntingdonshire Roger de St. Ives, an Augustinian monk, and Pratt, the author of "Gleanings, " were natives. Pop. of the town in 1851, 3, 522; in 1861, 3, 321. Houses, 708. The parish comprises 2, 330 acres. Real property, £17, 371; of which £270 are in railways, and £120 in gas works. Pop. in 1861, 3, 395. Houses, 722. The manor belongs to the Duke of Manchester. The living is a vicarage, united with the chapelries of Old Hurst and Woodhurst, in the diocese of Ely. Value, not reported. Patrons, B. F. Ansley and G. J. Ansley, Esqs Imperial
    LANCASHIRE Lancashire Colne, Dalton, Droylsden, Farnworth, Fleetwood, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Heywood, Hindley, Kirkham, Leigh, Lytham, Middleton, Much Woolton, Newchurch, Newton-in-Mackerfield, Ormskirk, Over Darwen, Padiham, Prescot, St. Helens, Southport, Todmorden, Tyldesley, Ulverston, and Widnes. There are nearly 900 smaller towns, villages, and hamlets. The chief seats in the county are Knowsley Park, Heaton Park, Holker Hall, Croxteth Park, Worsley Hall, Latham House, Haigh Hall, Atherton, Kenyon-Peel Hall, Knowle, Ashton Hall, Middleton, New Hall, Old Hall, Bold, Rossall Hall, Trafford Hall, Gawthorpe Hall, Garswood Hall, West Hey House, Feniscowles Hall, Hazles, Abbots-Wood, Acres House, Adlington Hall, Aldcliffe Hall, Alder Grange Imperial
    NORTHLEACH Gloucestershire Coln-Rogers, Compton-Abdale, Withington, Dowdeswell, Whittington, Sevenhampton, Shipton-Sollars, Shipton-Oliffe, Salperton, Hazleton, Stowell, Hampnett, Turkdean, and Aston-Blank Imperial
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