Searching for "DUNDRY"

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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 "DUNDRY":
    Place name County Entry Source
    ASHTON (Long) Somerset Dundry Beacon, 3 miles SW of Bristol. It contains Bedminster workhouse, and Bower-Ashton, Kingcott, Providence, Yanley, and Rownham hamlets Imperial
    BATH and WELLS Somerset Dundry, Nempnett, and Whitchurch; and the donatives of Barrow-Gurney and Publow. The deanery of Chew, in its Portishead district Imperial
    BEDMINSTER Somerset Dundry, Winford, Barrow-Gurney, Backwell, Flax-Bourton, and Wraxall; the subdistrict of Yatton, containing the parishes of Yatton, Tickenham, Nailsea Imperial
    BRISTOL Gloucestershire
    Dundry Hill, at a distance of 4 miles, an elevation of about 700 feet. Interesting points to the north-west Imperial
    CHEW-MAGNA Somerset Dundry is a separate benefice. There is a chapel of ease at Bishops-Sutton. There are also chapels for Baptists Imperial
    Dundry Somerset Dundry , par. and vil., E. Somerset, 4 miles SW. of Bristol, 2799 ac., pop. 565; P.O.; contains Dundry Hill , a ridge Bartholomew
    DUNDRY Somerset Dundry, West Dundry, and Littleton; and has a post office under Bristol, and a fair on 12 Sept. Acres, 2, 799. Real Imperial
    LITTLETON Somerset LITTLETON , a tything in Dundry parish, Somerset; 5½ miles SW of Bristol. Imperial
    MAES KNOLL Somerset Dundry hill, in the southern vicinity of Bristol. Its N side is traversed by Wans dyke; and its interior is traversed Imperial
    NORTON-MALREWARD Somerset Dundry hill, and on the line of Wans dyke, is an ancient British camp, and a well-known landmark. Maes Imperial
    SOMERSET, or Somersetshire Somerset Dundry hills adorn the N; the Mendips range across one half or more of the central part of the great Imperial
    STANTON-DREW Somerset Dundry Beacon, and on the Bristoland North Somerset railway, adjacent to Pensford, 7 miles S by E of Bristol. It has a post Imperial
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