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A Topographical Dictionary of England
Whicham - Whistones Whicham (St. Mary) WHICHAM ( St. Mary), ... from Reading; containing 992 inhabitants, and 1701 a. 3 r. 36 p. Whiston WHISTON ... and Manchester railway runs through the...
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3
Townships Whiston WHISTON Quitstan, 1245; Wystan, Quystan, 1278; ... but Whiston occurs as early as 1355. This township has an area of 1,782 acres. ... The village of Whiston is...
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4
Parishes Whiston WHISTON Hyctintune, Hyittintune (x cent.); Wicetone, Wicentone (xi cent.); Wychintone, Huchentone (xii cent.); Whiston ... (xiiixvi cent.). The area of the civil parish of...
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 2
Houses of Cistercian nuns Priory of Whistones HOUSES OF CISTERCIAN NUNS 8. THE PRIORY OF WHISTONES The nunnery of the White Ladies of Aston, otherwise known as the house of St. Mary Magdalene, at Whistones...
Map of Lancashire
Childwall, Court Hey, Dovecot, Gillar's Green, Holt, Huyton, M57 Junction 3, Page Moss, Prescot, Rainhill, Rainhill Stoops, Roby, Sutton Heath, Thatto Heath, Whiston, Whiston Cross, Woolfall Heath, L16 5, L16 2,
Map of Yorkshire
Aston, Attercliffe, Aughton, Brinsworth, Carbrook, Catcliffe, Darnall, Gleadless, Greenland, Guilthwaite, Handsworth, Hollins End, Intake, Normanton Spring, Richmond, Treeton, Ulley, Upper Whiston, Woodhouse,
Map of Yorkshire
Bradgate, Broom, Canklow, Clifton, Dalton, Dalton Magna, East Dene, Eastwood, Greasbrough, Herringthorpe, Hill Top, Kimberworth, Listerdale, Meadowhall, Parkgate, Rawmarsh, Rotherham, Scholes, Thrybergh, Tinsley, Whiston
Map of Northamptonshire
Castle Ashby, Chadstone, Grendon, Lower End, Whiston, NN7 1
Map of Shropshire
Albrighton, Boningale, Cosford, Donington, Whiston Cross, WV7 3