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Map of Cheshire
Acton, Aston, Baldwin's Gate, Blackbrook, Butterton, Hill Chorlton, Ireland's Cross, Madeley, Maer, Onneley, Pipe Gate, Shutlanehead, Stableford, The Rowe, Whitmore, Willoughbridge, ST5 4, TF9 4, ST5 5, CW3 9
Map of Staffordshire
Chapel Chorlton, Hill Chorlton, Maer, Stableford, ST5 5
Map of Cornwall
Bude, Bush, Flexbury, Maer, Poughill, Stratton, EX23 8, EX23 9
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 3
in the north-west of the county at Maer. Eudes de Mere gave the priory ... This was probably a quarter of the manor of Maer of which Eudes seems to have been one ... of the advowson of Maer...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 9, 1254-1256
Somerset], 415. Maer, in Penkridge, Mere [co. Stafford], manor, 72. Magnates ... 154. Mere. See Maer. Mereden. See Marden. Meredun. See Marden. Merk,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 11, 1259-1261
Index M M Mace, Hugettus Simonetti, merchant of Florence, 241, 2734. - Cf. Symonetti. Maer, Mere [in Penkridge, co. Stafford], manor, 83. ... Southampton], 351. Mere [co. Wilts], castle, 10. Mere. See Maer. Merel...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 10, 1256-1259
Geoffrey le, 62. -, William le, 62. Maer, Mere [co. Stafford], letters close ... timber in, 443. Mere. See Maer. - [co. Wilts], castle, 55, 368. Mere,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 1, 1485-1500
[co. Radnor], 129. Maer, Mere [co. Stafford], manor, 898. Magelyn, ... and see Maer. Merecourt. See Meer Court. Mereden. See Meriden. Meredyth,
A Topographical Dictionary of England
well of St. Madern. Maer (St. Peter) MAER ( St. Peter), a parish, ... inhabitants, of whom 287 are in the township of Maer, and 272 in the hamlet ... Maer heath, an extensive...