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  1. Hagley is a village and civil parish in Worcestershire, England. It is on the boundary of the West Midlands and Worcestershire counties between the towns of Dudley and Kidderminster. The parish had a population of 4,283 in 2001, but the whole village had a population of perhaps 5,600, including the part in Clent parish. It is in Bromsgrove District.
  2. Hagley a.k.a. Jacob Broom House is a site significant for its association with Jacob Broom. It is on the Brandywine Creek in Delaware, in fact about 1/4 mile off. It was sold to the Du Pont family.

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Google previewCassell's Picturesque Australasia (1880)

by Edward Ellis Morris

” The next noticeable station after Hagley is that of Bishopsbourne, near which lies the Bishopsbourne Estate, whence Christ's College, ...

Google previewReport of the Committee of Council on Education (England and Wales), with Appendix (1854)

by Great Britain. Council on Education

Hagley is a peculiar case; no averagiey : be taken from it, unless in places where all the "' ongs to one proprietor, ...

Google previewHistory, Topography, and Directory, of Herefordshire (1858)

HAGLEY is a compact village and township in the parish of Lugwardine from which place it is distant half a mile. RocKFIELD, New Court, Middle Court, Old Court, Tidnor House, New House, High House, Wilcroft, Lugbridge, Hinett, Castle Farm ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Family Names in Britain and Ireland (2016)

by Patrick Hanks, Richard Coates, Peter McClure

Agnes Hagley, in Poll Tax (Adderbury, Oxon); Thomas Haggley, in Feet of Fines (Adderbury, Oxon); William Hagley, in Protestation Returns (Devon).

Google previewThe Alexander Pope Encyclopedia (2004)

by Pat Rogers

Hagley. Estate in Worcestershire, near Stourbridge, that had belonged to the Lyttelton family since the sixteenth century. In AP's day the master was Sir Thomas Lyttelton, an MP who was father of the politician George Lyttelton. The present ...

Google previewThe SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism (2017)

by Linda L. Lowry

Some of the more well-known examples in, or in close proximity to, the city include Kate Sheppard House & Garden in the northwest of the city, Ohinetahi in Governor's Bay, Banks Peninsula, and the public Botanic Gardens adjoining Hagley ...

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Scrabble value of H4A1G2L1E1Y4

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