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History Gazetteer & Directory of Lincolnshire 1892

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  • TONY STILLYARDS 06-July-2020 13:13:58

    gate inn east halton lincolnshire 1861 to 1911

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    HISTORY, GAZETTEER AND DIRECTORY OF LINCOLNSHIRE, INCLUDING THE CITY AND DIOCESE OF LINCOLN; AND COMPRISING A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE COUNTY, AND SEPARATE HISTORICAL, STATISTICAL, AND TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTIONS OF ALL THE WAPENTAKES, HUNDREDS, SOKES, BOROUGHS, TOWNS, PORTS, PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, CHAPELRIES, VILLAGES, HAMLETS, MANORS, AND UNIONS; THE SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY; MAGISTRATES, MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY COUNCILS, AND PUBLIC OFFICERS ; AND A VARIETY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL, ARCHITECTURAL, AGRICULTURAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, BOTANICAL, STATISTICAL, AND GEOLOGICAL INFORMATION. FIFTH EDITION. BY WILLIAM WHITE, LIMITED, PUBLISHERS OF SIMILAR WORKS FOR NORFOLK, SUFFOLK, LEICESTERSHIRE AND RUTLAND, DEVONSHIRE, HAMPSHIRE, AND OTHER COUNTIES. PRICE:-CLOTH 30s.; HALF-BOUND, 35s. SHEFFIELD: WILLIAM WHITE, LIMITED, 9, ST. JAMES' ROW. LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT & CO.; AND ALL BOOKSELLERS. 1892-3. ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.

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    greetham

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    NEW YORK PARISH CENSUS

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    HISTORY, GAZETTEER AND DIRECTORY LINCOLNSHIRE, INCLUDING THE CITY AND DIOCES OF LINCOLN; AND C0MPRISING A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE COUNTY, AND SEPARATE HISTORICAL, STATISTICAL, AND TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTIONS? OF ALL THE WAPENTAKES, HUNDREDS, SOKES, BOROUGHS, TOWNS, PORTS, PARISHES, TOWNSHIPS, CHAPELRIES, VILLAGES, HAMLETS, MANORS, AND UNIONS; THE SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY; MAGISTRATES, MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY COUNCILS, AND PUBLIC OFFICERS ; AND A VARIETY OF ARCH'OLOGICAL, ARCHITECTURAL, AGRICULTURAL, BIOGRAPHICAL, BOTANICAL, STATISTICAL, AND GEOLOGICAL INFORMATION. FIFTH EDITION. BY WILLIAM WHITE, LIMITED, PUBLISHERS OF SIMILAR WORKS FOR NORFOLK, SUFFOLK, LEICESTERSRIRE AND RUTLAND, DEVONSHIRE, HAMPSHIRE, AND OTHER COUNTIES. PRICE:-CLOTH 30s.; HALF-BOUND, 35S. SHEFFIELD: WILLIAM WHITE, LIMITED, 9, ST. JAMES' ROW. LONDON: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT & CO.; AND ALL BOOKSELLERB. 1892-3. ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.

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Reference Name DL/92

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