Searching for "ST MARYLEBONE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    BAYSWATER London
    Marylebone borough, Middlesex. The suburb adjoins Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and the Great Western railway, 3e miles W of St. Paul Imperial
    CHRISTCHURCH Middlesex Marylebone parish and district, Middlesex. The parish lies in the western part of the Metropolis, NW of Cavendish-square, 3 miles W by N of St. Paul Imperial
    FINSBURY Middlesex Marylebone; took its name, which signifies "fen-town, " from a marshy common, now partly occupied by Finsbury square; and was constituted a borough by the act of 1832. The marshy common was the burial-place of many victims of the great plague; was made traversable by causeways to Hoxton and Islington in 1415; and was first drained in 1527. The borough contains the parishes, townships, liberties, or places of St. George Imperial
    JAMES (ST.) WESTMINSTER Middlesex St. Marylebone; on the S, by a line drawn westward along the middle of Brewer street from Windmill streets, and along Imperial
    JOHN (ST.) Middlesex ST.) , a sub-district in Marylebone parish, district, and borough, Middlesex; at the NW corner of the parish. Acres, 542. Pop. in 1851, 29, 826; in 1861, 32, 540. Houses Imperial
    JOHN'S WOOD (ST.) Middlesex ST.) , a metropolitan suburb and three chapelries in Marylebone parish, Middlesex. The suburb lies between the Regent's Park and the Edgwareroad Imperial
    Kilburn Middlesex St Marylebone pars., but chiefly in Hampstead and Willesden pars., Middlesex, pop. 33,494; the sta. is 3 miles NW. of Euston Bartholomew
    Lisson Grove Middlesex Lisson Grove , eccl. dist., St Marylebone par., Middlesex, pop. 6866. Bartholomew
    London Essex
    Marylebone, 2; Newington, 2; Paddington, 2; St Pancras, 4;Shoreditch, 2; Southwark, 3; Tower Hamlets, 7; Wandsworth, 1; West Ham, 2; Westminster Bartholomew
    LONDON London
    St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Stoke-Newington, Highgate, Hampstead, Marylebone, Paddington, St. Pancras, the parishes of Westminster, Westminster itself, Knightsbridge Imperial
    Maida Hill Middlesex Maida Hill , eccl. dist., St. Marylebone and Paddington pars., Middlesex, in NW. of London, pop. 9403. Bartholomew
    MAIDA-HILL Middlesex St. Marylebone parishes, Middlesex; near the Grand Junction canal, 3 miles WNW of St. Paul's, London. It is now a part Imperial
    Marylebone Middlesex Marylebone , parl. bor. and par. (St Marylebone), Middlesex, in NW. of London, 1506 ac., pop. 154,910. Marylebone returns 2 members Bartholomew
    MARYLEBONE Middlesex St. Marylebone. All Souls, Christchurch, Trinity, and St. MaryBryanstone-square are rectories, and nine of the others are vicarages, in the diocese Imperial
    Middlesex Middlesex Marylebone (2), Paddington (2), St Pancras (4), Shoreditch (2), Tower Hamlets (7), and Westminster (3). It is mostly in the diocese Bartholomew
    MIDDLESEX Middlesex St. Margaret's, Caen Wood, Lalcham, Osterley, Flambards, Holland House, Norwood Lodge, Southall, Fulham Palace, Gunnersbury, Camden Hill, Fulwell Lodge, Cullands Grove, Hillingdon, Edmonton House, Isleworth House, Mill Hill, Pinner Grove, Stanwell, Tottenham House, Whitton Dean, Hanworth, Beech Hill, Belsize, Breakspears, Clapton, Drayton, Dyrham Park, Hanwell, Harefield, Heston, Kempton, Littleton, Paradise House, Shepperton, Stanmore Hall, Stanmore Grove, Swakeleys, Teddington House, Trent Park, Twickenham Park, Twyford, Arnos Grove, Ealing Park, Cranford Park, Hanger Hill, Wembly, Wrotham, and Wyke House. Real property, in 1815, £5,675,374; in 1843, £11,345,815; in 1860, £17,682,265,-of which Imperial
    Portland Town Middlesex Portland Town , eccl. dist. (ry. sta. Portland Road), St Marylebone par., Middlesex, pop. 9052. Bartholomew
    PORTLAND-TOWN Middlesex Marylebone parish, Middlesex. The suburblies W of Regent's park and S of the Northwestern railway, 3½ miles N W by W of St. Paul Imperial
    St John's Wood Middlesex St Marylebone pars., Middlesex, in NW. of London, 3 miles NW. of St Paul's, pop. 3660; the sta. is 1 mile Bartholomew
    St Marylebone Middlesex St Marylebone , par., Middlesex, conterminous with the parl. bor. of Marylebone, 1506 ac., pop. 154,910. Bartholomew
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