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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Irchester with Knuston and Chester-on-the-Water Pabenham. Barry azure and argent a bend gules with three molets argent thereon . Nowers. Argent two bars gules with three c rescents gules in the chief .

    Parishes Irchester with Knuston and Chester-on-the-Water IRCHESTER Irencestre, Hirecestre (xi cent.); Yrencestre (xii cent.); Ircestre (xiii cent.); Iringchester (xiv cent.); Erncestre, Archester (xvi cent.); Erchester (xvii cent.). The parish of Irchester lies in the south-east of Higham Hundred on

    Colleges Collegiate church of All Saints , Derby

    Colleges Collegiate church of All Saints , Derby COLLEGE 18. THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS , DERBY 1 In the days of the Confessor Derby was an important centre of the Anglo-Saxon Church. There were then within the

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of King's Mead

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of King's Mead HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 1. THE PRIORY OF KING 'S MEAD In a general charter of confirmation to the abbot and canons of Darley , soon after their foundation, Bishop

    Parishes Newton Regis

    Parishes Newton Regis NEWTON REGIS Acreage: 1,339. Population: 1911, 450; 1921, 441; 1931, 446. This is the northernmost parish in Warwickshire , being bounded on the north-west by Staffordshire and on the north-east by Derbyshire and, for about 500

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Darley

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Darley HOUSES OF AUSTIN CANONS 3. THE ABBEY OF DARLEY The history of the House of Darley has been hitherto so much neglected that it may be well to indicate the chief

    Index

    Index NOTE : There are main entries for Burton town and the outlying townships ( Branston , Burton Extra , Horninglow , Stapenhill , Stretton , and Winshill ). The Burton Extra entries, however, are confined mostly to aspects

    Burton-upon-Trent General history

    Burton-upon-Trent General history Although there was prehistoric activity in the Burton area and a Roman road ran through the later parish, it seems that there was no settlement at Burton itself until the early Anglo-Saxon period. A minster church

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