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You searched for: Place: "River Loddon"

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  • * Victoria County History *

    14 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Sherfield-upon- Loddon

    western boundary, the nearest station on that line being at Bramley The boundaries of the parish are, roughly, the River Loddon on the east; Petty 's Brook, a tributary of the Loddon , on the south; Bow Brook , another

    Parishes Arborfield

    the parish, where the River Loddon forms its boundary. Arborfield Hall At Arborfield Cross six roads meet, of which one runs north to join the Reading road , a second leads west across the River Loddon to Shinfield , a

    Parishes Hartley Wespall

    parish and small village on the River Loddon situated 6 miles north-east from Basingstoke . The altitude of the parish ranges from about 180 ft. above the Ordnance datum by the River Loddon in the west to above 290 ft.

    Parishes Stratfield Turgis

    Reading and Basingstoke branch of the Great Western Railway . Its northern and western boundaries are formed by the River Loddon . The elevation varies from about 250 ft. above the Ordnance datum in the east to about 160 ft.

    Parishes Eastrop

    by the main road from Basingstoke to Staines , and it is intersected from west to east by the River Loddon and the Basingstoke Canal . To the south of Eastrop Bridge at the end of Goat Lane stands St.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Sonning, near the onfnlence of the Thames and Kennet, is impassable. , 280 The lands abutting on the River Loddon in the Twy- 337 ford district arc also flooded. 238 DEATH ON TUE TxEABM1TJL,-A prisoner named 68 6 Henry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    park, with a broed raised terrace, fihaded by a noble avenue ofstately firs and limes, and bounded by the River Loddon, in whbich It possesses an extensive fishery, andl on which, in a picturoegsme sisot, ism=cpta paciousimill and residence attoohod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    splendid residence, planned for a family of the tirst distinction, with ottices ofall descnptions,seated iv a beautiful park, the River Loddon flowing through, and bounding a considerable part ol tne property ; gardens, plantations,extensivedry gravel* alks canals, and fine pieces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a family of the tirst distinction, with offices of ali descriptions, sea ted in a beautiful park, the River Loddon flowing through, and bounding a considerable part of the properly ; gardens, plantations, extensive dry gravel w alks, canals, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    residence, planned for a family ofthe first distinction, with offices of all descriptions, seated in a beautiful park, the River Loddon flowing through, and bounding a considerable part of the property; gardens, plantations, extensive dry gravel walks, canals, and line Subscribers-only content

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