Searching for "WHATTON"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    ASLACTON, or Aslockton Nottinghamshire Whatton, Notts; on the river Smite, adjacent to the Nottingham and Grantham railway, 3¼ miles E of Bingham. It has a station Imperial
    Aslockton Nottinghamshire Notts, 3 miles E. of Bingham, 3100 ac. (with Whatton), pop. 404; P.O. Archbishop Cranmer (1489-1556) was a native. Bartholomew
    BINGHAM Nottinghamshire Whatton, Elton, Granby, Langar, Shelton, Sibthorpe, Flintham, Kneeton, East Bridgford, Car-Colston, Screveton, Hawksworth, Thoroton, Orston, Scarrington, Barkestone, and Plungar Imperial
    LEICESTERSHIRE, or LEICESTER Leicestershire Whatton House, Wigston Hall, and Withcot Hall. The county is governed by a lord lieutenant, about 20 deputy lieutenants, and about Imperial
    LINCOLN Lincolnshire
    Nottinghamshire
    Whatton; the p. curacies of Kneeton, Scarrington, Thorston, and Shelford; and the donative of Tithby. The deanery of Bingham-third Imperial
    Long Whatton Leicestershire Long Whatton , Leicestershire, 4½ miles NW. of Loughborough; P.O. See WHATTON, LONG. Bartholomew
    LOUGHBOROUGH Leicestershire Whatton, and Hathern, and the extra-parochial tracts of Bardon and Garendon. Acres, 20,400. Pop., 17,583. Houses, 3,965. -The district Imperial
    NORTHUMBERLAND Northumberland Whatton, Whitley, Whitchester, Rosedon-Edge, Kirk-newton, Black Dykes, Bolam, Outchester, Spindeston, Belford, Rothbury, Castlehill near Callany, Glanton-Pike, Berwick Imperial
    NOTTINGHAMSHIRE or Notts Nottinghamshire Whatton, toward Grantham; the Southwell railway deflects from the Nottingham and Lincoln at Fiskerton, goes northwestward to Southwell, and was in course Imperial
    Smite Leicestershire
    Nottinghamshire
    Leicestershire and Notts; rises 2½ miles SE. of Nether Broughton, and flows 11 miles N. to the Devon at Whatton. Bartholomew
    SMITE (The) Leicestershire
    Nottinghamshire
    Notts; rising 2½ miles SE of Nether Broughton; and running about 11 miles northward to the Devon at Whatton. Imperial
    Whatton Nottinghamshire Whatton , par. and vil., Notts - par., 3100 ac. (including Aslockton), pop. 283; vil., on river Smite, 2½ miles E. of Bingham Bartholomew
    WHATTON Nottinghamshire WHATTON , a township and a parish in Bingham district, Notts. The township lies on the river Smite, ¾ mile SE of Aslackton Imperial
    Whatton, Long Leicestershire Whatton, Long , par. and vil., Leicestershire - par., 2050 ac., pop. 702; vil., 4½ miles NW. of Loughborough; P.O.; in vicinity Bartholomew
    WHATTON (Long) Leicestershire WHATTON (Long) , a parish, with a village, in Loughborough district, Leicester; 2¾ miles W by N of Hathern r. station Imperial
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