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A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 2
Parishes Barton in the Clay BARTON IN THE CLAY Bertona (xi. cent.); ... it to Richard Norton, who was lord of the manor in 1634. 37 Barton in the Clay...
A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 1
Parishes Barton le Street BARTON-LE-STREET Bertona, Barton ... on the north by entrenchments. The village of Barton-le-Street lies down a short ... Manors...
A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 2
Parishes Foston with Thornton-le-Clay FOSTON with THORNTON-LE-CLAY ... Foston-le-Clay (xix cent.); Torentum (xi cent.); Thornton near Foston, Thornton near Bulmer (xiv cent.). Foston, with the...
Map of Yorkshire
Barton Hill, Barton-le-Willows, Bulmer, Crambe, Firby, Flaxton, Foston, Harton, Howsham, Kirkham, Thornton-le-Clay, Whitwell-on-the-Hill, YO60 7
Map of Hertfordshire
Apsley End, Barton-le-Clay, Burge End, Bury End, Hexton, Higham Gobion, Hillfoot End, Holwell, Lower Gravenhurst, Lower Stondon, Pegsdon, Pirton, Shillington, Silsoe, Upper Gravenhurst, Upper Stondon, Upton End,
Map of Bedfordshire
Barton-le-Clay, Hexton, Higham Gobion, MK45 4, SG5 3
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 11, Wootton Hundred (Northern Part)
Parishes Steeple Barton STEEPLE BARTON The Bartons, c.1800 Steeple Barton lies 11 miles (18 km.) north of Oxford and 9 miles (14 km.) south ... Until 1932 the parish was...
A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 5
The largest part of Walter le Lord's lands in Barton had by 1344 come ... Parishes Barton BARTON The parish of Barton, 3 miles west ... that was formerly in...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
161 inhabitants. Here was formerly a chapel. Barton-In-The-Clay (St. Nicholas) BARTON-IN-THE-CLAY ( St. Nicholas), a parish, in the union of Luton, ... Barton-Le-Street (St. Michael) ...