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Damerham is a village and civil parish in Hampshire, England, located near to Fordingbridge. As well as being the location of notable Neolithic and Bronze Age barrows, Damerham was an important Anglo-Saxon manor mentioned in the will of Alfred the Great. By the time of the Domesday Book of 1086, Damerham was a major settlement in the possession of Glastonbury Abbey. Today Damerham is a rural village on the River Allen.
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(Life as an enthusiastic amateur!) by Peter J. Fowler
Damerham is a lovely village just near Cranborne best known for its “Snowdrop Sunday” every year. The area is a Methodist stronghold and the team were very sociable on the pitch and at tea. However, despite the fact that the ground could ...
by Cathy Hartley
Damerham. (before. 934–after. 975). Queen of England and monastic benefactress. Æthelflaed's marriage to King A Historical dictionary of British women 16.
Containing the Names, in Alphabetical Order... by William Cobbett
Damerham Bradford ...
by David Mills
Daglingworth Dagnall Daingean Dalbeattie Dalby Dalderby Dale Dalgleish Dalham Dalkeith Dalkey Dallas Dalling, Field Dallinghoo Dallington Dalry Dalston Dalston Dalton Dalua Dalwhinnie Dalwood Dalziel Damerham Damma Danbury.
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Scrabble value of D2A1M3E1R1H4A1M3
The value of this 8-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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