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Grateley is a village and civil parish in the north west of Hampshire, England.
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St. William of York (2006)
by Christopher Norton
Grateley is a few miles further north, towards Andover. An important estate belonging to Earl Godwin before ...
by Edward Robert Kelly
GRATELEY is a parish and small village, and station on the London and South Western railway, 7 miles south-west from Andover, 16 north-west from Winchester, and 7 northwest from Stoekbridge, in the Northern division of the county, ...
by J. W. Arrowsmith
unction Railway, commencing by a junction with the London and South-Western Railway at Grateley,running to ...
by Michael Lapidge, John Blair, Simon Keynes, Donald Scragg
The Grateley ...
by J.W. Arrowsmtih
In 1882-3 Parliamentary notices ap- S eared in the newspapers for a new ne, intituled, the Bristol and London and South Western Junction Railway, commencing by a junction with the London and South Western Railway, at Grateley, running ...
Darby's Edition of Brookes' Universal Gazetteer; or, a New geographical dictionary ... Illustrated by a ... map of the United States. The third American edition, with ample additions and improvements: by William Darby (1823)
by Richard BROOKES (M.D.), William DARBY (Surveyor.)
Grateley, village in Hampshire, on the SE side of Quarley Hill, in the road from Andover to ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
GRATELEY, a town of England, in Hampshire, on the SE. side of QuarleyLhill, betWeen Andover and Salisbury, where, in 916, king Athelstan held a grand council of the nobles. ' GRATER.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
GRATELEY, a town of England, in Hampshire, on the SE. fide of Quarley-hill, between Andover and Salisbury, where, in 926, king Athelstan held a grand council of the nobles. * GRATER.
A Compendious Geographical Dictionary, Containing, a Concise Description of the Most Remarkable Places, Ancient and Modern, in Europe, Asia, Africa, & America, ... (1795)
GRATELEY, a village of Hampshire, where, in 91 6, king Athelstan held a grand council of the nobility. GRATZ, the capital of Stiria, in Germany, where the Jesuits hire t college* ...
Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton
GRATELEY, co. Southampton. P. T. Andover (63) 64 m. WSW. Pop. 142. A parish in the hundred of Andover, Andover division ; living, a rectory in the A post-town in the parish of Cromdale, archdeaconry and diocese of Winchester valued ...
by Richard Brookes, William Darby
Grateley, village of Eng., in Hampshire, on the SE. side of Quarley Hill, on the road from Andover to Salisbury. - Gratis, pstv Prebble cty. Ohio, by pströ. 53 ms. SW. by W. from Columbus. Gratz, town of Germany, capital of Stiria, ...
Containing a Notice and the Pronunciation of the Names of Nearly One Hundred Thousand Places : with the Most Recent and Authentic Information Respecting the Countries, Islands, Rivers, Mountains, Cities, Towns, &c., in Every Portion of the Globe ... by Joseph Thomas, Thomas Baldwin
- GRATELEY, grait/ lee, a ...
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