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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 2, Archaeological Sites in Central Northamptonshire
Denton 16 DENTON (OS 1:10000 a SP 85 NW, b SP 85 NE) The roughly ... and Roman An unclassifiable Palaeolithic flake (NM) may have come from Denton ... 841584 ( BNFAS, 3 (1969), 4; 6 (1971), 8,...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire
Denton 22. DENTON (B.b.). (O.S. 6 in. IX N.W.) Denton is a small parish 7 m. S.S.W. of Peterborough. The church is the principal monument. Ecclesiastical (1). Parish Church of All Saints stands in...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 3
Parishes Denton DENTON NEAR GRAVESEND. NORTHWARD from Chalk lies Denton, called in the Textus Roffensis, Denitune, and in Domesday, Danitone, ... of the Danes, i.e. Dane town. It is now usually...
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4
Townships Denton DENTON Dentun, c. 1220; Denton, 1282, and usually. ... Denton under Donishaw. The highest land, reaching 340 ft., is on the eastern border, dividing ...
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4
Parishes Denton DENTON Dodintone (xi cent.); Dudintun (xii cent.); ... Denton or Little Doddington (xviii cent.). Denton is a parish on the road ... nesting places. 1 Manor The...
A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 3
Parishes Denton DENTON Dentun (x, xi cent.); Dentone (xi, xiv, xv cent.). Denton is a small parish stretching in a long, narrow strip ... (fen) to Caldecote, Denton...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 9
Parishes Denton DENTON LIES next to Barham south-eastward, being written in the survey of Domesday, Danitone, and at present Denton ... Gravesend, in this county. It has only one borough in it,...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
Denby - Denton, West Denby (St. Mary) DENBY ( St. Mary), a parish, ... is a polling-place for the West riding.See Cowgill. Denton DENTON ... W.) from Darlington; containing 119 inhabitants....
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5
Hundred of Earsham Denton DENTON, Takes its name from the Saxon word ... with the hundred of Earsham; 2 but the chief manor of Denton, was held of Bishop ... 4 this constituted that manor called...