Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 707 right column

Click on the image for a larger version suitable for printing.


—2. Selside, wide aperture in Ingleborough mountain,
N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire ; is 300 ft. deep.

Selside and Whitwell, township, Kendal par.,
AYestmorland, 3388 ac., pop. 244.

Selslcy, eccl. dist. and vil., Kingstanley par., Glou¬
cestershire—dist., pop. 759; thevil. is2m. SAY. of Stroud.

Selson, hamlet, Eastry par., Kent, 5 m. NW. of Deal.

Selston, par. and vil. (ry. sta. Pinxton and Selston),
Notts, 7 miles SAY. of Mansfield, 3318 ac., pop. 4373 ;
P.O.; has large coal mines.

Selworthy, par. and vil., Somerset, 3 miles W. of
Minehead, 2219 ac., pop. 410.

Seiner, par. and vil., Suffolk—par., 1248 ac., pop.
356 ; vil., on river Bret, 3 miles NW. of Hadleigh ; P.O.

Semington, vil., Steeple Ashton par., AVilts, 3 m. NE.
of Trowbridge; p.o. See Littleton with Semington.

Semley, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (for Shaftesbury),
Wilts—par., 2945 ac., pop. 686; vil., 3 miles NE. of
Shaftesbury by road and 17fW. of Salisbury by rail; P.O.

Semperinghain, par. and township, Lincolnshire, 3
miles SE. of Falkingham—par., 3480 ac., pop. 580;
township, pop. 85.

Semple, Renfrewshire. See Castle Semple.

Sence, river, Leicestershire ; rises on Bardon Hill,
and flows 15 miles SAY. to the Anker at boundary with
Warwickshire, near Atherstone.

Send, eccl. dist. and vil., Send and Ripley par.,
Surrey—dist., pop. 809; vil., on river AYey, 3 miles
NE. of Guildford; P.O. ; in vicinity is S. Grove, seat.

Send and Ripley, par., Surrey, on river Wey, 5182
ac., pop. 1855; contains Send, eccl. dist. and vil.

Sennen, par. and vil., Cornwall—par. (including
Lands End and the lighthouse), 2299 ac., pop. 737 ; vil.,

1 m. E. of Lands End and 10 m. SAY. of Penzance; P.O.;

¾ mile NW. of vil. is Sennen Cove, a fishing hamlet.

Sennicotts, hamlet, Funtington par., Sussex, 2 m.
NW. of Chichester ; in vicinity is S. House, seat.

Sennow Lodge, seat, 5 m. SE. of Fakenham, Norfolk.

Senny, township, Devynnock par., in co. and 8 miles
SW. of Brecknock, pop. 219; P.O., called Senny bridge.

Senwick, ancient par., now in Borgue par., Kirk- ;
cudbrightshire ; Scnwick House, seat, is 5 miles SAY.
of Kirkcudbright.

Sephton, Lancashire. See Sefton.

Sepston, vil., Harmondsworth par., Middlesex, 2
miles NE. of Colnbrook.

Serjeant’s Inn Fleet Street, par., Middlesex, in
London city, pop. 49.

Serk (or Serq). See Sark.

Serlby Hall, seat of Lord Galway, Harworth par.,
Notts, 2 miles NE. of Blyth.

Seskanore, 3 m. NE. of Fintona, mid. co. Tyrone; P.O.

Seskilgrean, 5 m. fromBallygawley, co. Tyrone; P.O.

Seskinan, par., N. co. Waterford, on river Nier, 8
miles NE. of Cappoquin, 16,982 ac., pop. 1879.

Sessay, par., township, and vil. with ry. sta., North-
Riding Yorkshire—par., 3773 ac., pop. 456; township,
3034 ac., pop. 325; vil., miles SE. of Thirsk; P.O.;
the par. contains Hutton Sessay, township, 739 ac.,
pop. 131.

Sessiagh, Lough, 4½ mile SE. of Dunfanaghy, N. co.

Sesswlck, township, Bangor par., Denbighshire, 6
miles SE. of AVrexham, 675 ac., pop. 110.

Setchey (or Setch), par., Norfolk, 4 miles S. of Kings
Lynn, 780 ac., pop. 118; P.O.

Setmurthy, township, Brigham par., Cumberland,
adjacent to Cockermouth, 2783 ac. (115 water), pop, 173.

Seton, ancient par., now in Tranent par., Hadding¬
tonshire ; the church (14th century), 4½ mile NE. of
Tranent, is an interesting ruin; Seton Palace, built
in the reign of James V., stood near the church, and
was the seat of the Lords Seton, Earls of Winton;

S. House, seat, occupies the site of the ancient palace.

Settle, market town and township with ry. sta.,
Giggleswick par., N. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on
river Ribble, 14 miles NW. of Skipton, 4490 ac., pop.
2213; P.O., T.o., 2 Banks. Market-day,
The town is picturesquely situated at the base of
Castleberg, a limestone cliff 300 ft. in height, and
serves as a convenient centre for tourists in their
explorations of Upper Airedale. The church (1858) is
a handsome building. Other buildings are a town

Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1887. Public domain image from

Click on the image to get a large bitmap suitable for printing (45 MB)

Page 707 left column ... Page 708 left column

This page is written in HTML using a program written in Python 3.2, and image-to-HTML-text by ABBYY FineReader 11 Professional Edition.