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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 2, East
Lea 46 LEA (D.f.) (O.S. 6 in. LII, S.W.) Lea is a small parish and village 4 m. S.E. of Ross. The church is the principal monument. Ecclesiastical (1). Parish Church of St. John the Baptist stands...
A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 14, Malmesbury Hundred
of Lea manor was leased in the 1430s 142 and in 1554, when it included ... Parishes Lea and Cleverton LEA AND CLEVERTON Lea village is 2.5 km. ESE. of Malmesbury...
A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 4, Hemlingford Hundred
Parishes Lea Marston LEA MARSTON Acreage: 1,554. Population: 1911, 286; 1921, 277; 1931, 322. Lea Marston is a small parish 3 miles long ... and north of the River Tame. The village of Lea...
Survey of London: Volumes 43 and 44, Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs
Plate 119 The Iron Bridge over the River Lea The Iron Bridge Over The River Lea, 1810 (p. 126) a. Unexecuted design by John Rennie of 1809 The Iron Bridge over the River Lea Unexecuted design by...
Survey of London: Volume 20, St Martin-in-The-Fields, Pt III: Trafalgar Square and Neighbourhood
PLATE 1 EXTRACT FROM MORDEN AND LEA'S MAP, 1682 Extract from Morden and Lea's map (1682)
Survey of London: Volume 3, St Giles-in-The-Fields, Pt I: Lincoln's Inn Fields
PLATE 5 Extract from Mordern and Lea's Map of London 1682 Extract from map by Morden & Lea showing Lincoln's Inn Fields in 1682
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 7
Townships Lea, Ashton, Ingol and Cottam LEA, ASHTON, INGOL AND COTTAM Lea, Dom. Bk.; Le, 1212; Lee, 1297; Engleshel[e], 1200; Englisle, ... on the border of Woodplumpton. Lea...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
Layer-Breton - Lea-Newbold Layer-Breton LAYER-BRETON, a parish, ... and ashes were discovered some years since. There are also several cairns. Lea LEA, a township, in the parish of Backford, union...
Old and New London: Volume 5
The northern suburbs The Lea and Stratford-le-Bow CHAPTER XLVII. THE LEA, STRATFORD-LE-BOW,...