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  1. Abberton is a village in Essex, England. It is located approximately 1 km east of Abberton Reservoir and is 6.8 km south of Colchester. The village is in the borough of Colchester and in the parliamentary constituency of North Essex. The town is served by Abberton and Langenhoe Parish Council.
  2. Abberton is a small village in Worcestershire, England. In the 1850s, the village had 80 inhabitants, one fourth of this was the local priest's 19 children. In 1894, the town had a population of 95 and an area of 999 acres. The village is mentioned in the Cartularium saxonicum in 972 as Eadbrihyincgtun, and is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086-7 as Edbretintune and as Edbritone, when it was a Berewick, an outlying estate, held by the Church of St Mary of Pershore. The principal house in the village is Abberton Hall.

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Google previewTempt Not the Stars (2010)

by Julius Falconer

Unlike Radford, Abberton is a village because it has a church, even though there are only two dozen houses. The church is irrelevant: our attention is focussed on the hall next door to the church – well, more or less next door. The four students ...

Google previewWater Management (2006)

8th Report of Session 2005-06 by Great Britain: Parliament: House of Lords: Science and Technology Committee

Mr Woodcock: The two schemes proposed at the momentare beingdevelopedbythe watercompanies: Essex and SuVolkWaterCompanyforAbbertonand Anglian Water Company for Wing water treatment works. Abberton is an existing reservoir, ...

Google previewA topographical dictionary of England (1811)

by Samuel Lewis

ABBERTON, (ST. ANDREW), a parish, in the union of LEXDEN and WINSTREE, hundred of WINSTREE, Northern Division of the county of ESSEX, 4$ miles (S.) from Colchester, and about 1| mile to the east of the river Colne ; containing 202 ...

Google previewA Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales (1832)

Containing the Names, in Alphabetical Order, of All the Counties, with Their Several Subdivisions Into Hundreds, Lathes, Rapes, Wapentakes, Wards, Or Divisions; and an Account of the Distribution of the Counties Into Circuits, Dioceses, and Parliamentary Divisions. Also, the Names (under that of Each County Respectively) in Alphabetical Order, of All the Cities, Boroughs, Market Towns, Villages, Hamlets, and Tithings, with the Distance of Each from London, Or from the Nearest Market Town, and with the Population, and Other Interesting Particulars Relative to Each; Besides which There are Maps; First, One of the Whole Country, Showing the Local Situation of the Counties Relatively to Each Other; And, Then, Each County is Also Preceded by a Map, Showing, in the Same Manner, the Local Situations of Cities, Boroughs and Market Towns. Four Tables are Added; First, a Statistical Table of All the Counties, and Then Three Tables, Showing the New Divisions and Distributions Enacted by the Reform-Law of 4 June, 1832 by William Cobbett

Abbas and Temple-Combe, Somerset Abberbury or Alberbury, Salop Abberfraw, Anglesea Abberford, York Abberley, Worcester Abberton, Essex Abberton, Worcester Abberwick, ...

Google previewA Topographical Dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland (1833)

Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton

ABBERTON, co. Essex. P. T. Colchester (51) 4 m. S. Pop. 203. A parish in the hundred of Winstree ; living, a rectory in the archdeaconry of Colchester, and diocese of London ...

Google previewThe MIT Encyclopedia of Communication Disorders (2004)

by Raymond D. Kent, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

This technology is often coupled to a stroboscopic light source, as stroboscopic endoscopy allows the viewer to see individual movements of the folds (see Abberton and Fourcin, 1997). Endoscopy, however, is invasive, and use of a rigid ...

Google previewA General Gazetteer; Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary (1816)

Containing a Description of the Nations, Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Cities, Towns, Forts, Seas, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes, Canals, Mountains, Capes, Etc. in the Known World ... Illustrated with Maps by Richard Brookes

Abberton, near Lexden, Essex. Abberton, near Parshore, 7 miles from Worcester, noted for its mineral water. Abbenhall, a small village, 12 miles from Gloucester, 3 from Newnham, noted for a mineral spring, very efficacious in the cure of ...

Google previewThe World-wide Encyclopedia and Gazetteer (1899)

by William Harrison De Puy

E ABBERTON, JoHN, an American journalist and ...

Google previewA compendious geographical dictionary, containing a concise description of the most remarkable places ... The third edition, etc (1804)

ABBERTON, a village near Pcrshore, - t '1 miles from Worcester. ABBERWICK, a village N.W.0fAlnwiClt, '- Nortliumberluml.

Google previewThe Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (2012)

by Roland Greene, Stephen Cushman, Clare Cavanagh, Jahan Ramazani, Paul F. Rouzer, Harris Feinsod, David Marno, Alexandra Slessarev

Abberton, ...

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