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Somersham

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Somersham, in Huntingdonshire, England, is a village and civil parish near Earith north of St Ives.

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Google previewThe critical review, or annals of literature (1767)

It appears from a variety of experiments mentioned in these letters, that the Somersham is a chalybeate water, strongly impregnated with the vitriol of iron and allum, and containing some calcareous earth, selenites, and falt. The Somersham ...

Google previewThe beauties of England and Wales; or, Delineations... of each county, by J. Britton and E. W. Brayley [and others]. 18 vols. [in 21]. (1808)

by England, John Britton

"* The Hammonds became Lords of the Soke of Somersham soon after the Restoration. Somersham is a considerable and pleasant village, ...

Google previewThe official illustrated guide to the Great eastern railway, Cambridge (Colchester) line (1865)

by George Measom

Somersham is a parish ...

Google previewReport of the Evidence and Proceedings in the Hartford Claims, taken at Huntingdon, October, 1835, before H. J. Perry, Esq., etc. [A report of some cases dealt with by the Court.] (1835)

by Court for the Revision of the Lists of Voters (HUNTINGDON, County of), Henry James PERRY

A part beside the road towards Somersham is a close. Some of it would be better worth 30s. an acre than others at 12s, The best 5 acres of arable land ...

Google previewThe Critical Review (1767)

Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias Smollett

It appears from a variety of experiments mentioned in these letters, that the Somersham is a chalybeate water, strongly impregnated with the vitriol of iron and allum, and containing some calcareous earth, selenites, and salt. The Somersham ...

Google previewGazetteer of the British Isles (1893)

by John Bartholomew

Somersham is an old town, and was in former times celebrated for its chalybeate springs. The church is Early English. There is an endowed school. The trade of the place is agricultural. — 2. Somersham, par., Suffolk, 1027 ao., pop.

Google previewThe Post Office Directory Of The Counties of Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk (1879)

by E. R. KELLY

er & farmer Rudd William, farmer Waller Alfred Sc Son shopkeepers, & post office Welton James, wherry < SOMERSHAM is a village and parish 2J miles southwest from Claydon and Brampton ...

Google previewThe Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817). [Continued as] The Intellectual repository and New Jerusalem magazine. Enlarged ser (1863)

by New Church gen. confer

Somersham is a populous village situated about midway between Chatteris and St. Ives. For some time past a few persons have been reading, and have occasionally attended the church at St. Ives. Many foolish and absurd notions were in ...

Google previewthe post office directory of northamptonshire, huntingdonshire, bedfordshire, buckinghamshire, berkshire, and oxfordshire (1869)

by e. r. kelly

ladies' school k at | Turnill William, baker Wheatley Isaac, baker k beer retailer Wheatley John, tailor k grocer SOMERSHAM is a parish and small town, in the hundred of Hurstingstone, ...

Google previewCAMBRIDGESHIRE, NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK (1883)

farmer Waller Walter John, shopkeeper, ft post office SOMERSHAM is a village and parUh 2J miles southwest from Clavdou and Bramford station and oh north- west from Ipswich, in the Eastern division of the county, Bos- mere hundred and ...

Google previewKELLY'S DIRECTORY OF BEDFORDSHIRE, HUNTS, AND NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, WITH MAPS. (1885)

by kelly

builder, & clerk k attendance & enquiry officer to school board Bridge William, builder Burton k Son, drapers k grocers Burton John, registrar of births & deaths for the Sawtry sub-district Cattel John, blacksmith SOMERSHAM is a parish and ...

Google previewThe Post Office Directory of Norfolk & Suffolk (1865)

by E.R. Kelly

The Green Read James, blacksmith Roberts Jabez, bricklayer Roll John, Duke's Head, & farmer Simnet Samuel, boot maker Welton James, wherry owner SOMERSHAM is a village and pariah, in Bosmcre and Claydon hundred aud ...

Google previewA Dictionary of British Place-Names (2011)

by David Mills

Soham, Earl Soho Soldierstown Solent, The Solfach Solihull Sollers Hope Sollom Solva Solway Firth Somborne, King's Somerby Somercotes Somerford Somerleyton Somersal Herbert Somersby Somerset Somersham Somersham Somerton ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)

Road, St Bartholomew's well, St Bernard's well, St Erasmus's well, Scarborough, Scolliensis, Seidlitz, Seltzer, Sene, or Send, Seydschutz, Shadwell, Shapmoor, Shettlewood, Shipton, Somersham, Spaw, Stanger, Stenfield, ...

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

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

SOMERSHAM ...

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