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Badenyon, place with relics of famous old house,
Glenbucket par., W. Aberdeenshire, celebrated in the
well-known song, “John of Badenyon.”

Badgemore Hall, seat, 1 m. NW. of Henley, Oxon

Badger, par. and seat, S. Shropshire, 6 miles S. of
Shiffnall, 920 ac., pop. 145.

Badgeworth, par. and vil., mid. Gloucestershire, 4
miles SW. of Cheltenham, 3927 ac., pop. 1004.

Badgington. See Bagendon.

Badgworth, par., mid. Somerset, 3 miles SW. of
Axbridge, 1815 ac., pop. 281; contains
B. Court.

Badgworthy Water, a rivulet, in Devonshire, near

Badingham, par., E. Suffolk, 3¼ miles NE. of Fram-
lingham ry. sta., 3172 ac., pop. 672 ; P.O.

Badington. See Bainton.

Badland. See Kinnerton, Salford, and Badland.

Badlesmere, par., E. Kent, 4¼ miles S. of Favers-
ham, 781 ac., pop. 157.

Badley, par., E. Suffolk, 2 miles NW. of Needham
Market, 1050 ac., pop. 77.

Badley Hall, seat, 5 miles NE. of Colchester, NE.

Badlieu, stream, flowing 2¼ miles to the river Tweed,
Tweedsmuir par., Peeblesshire; here rises
to an alt. of 1374 ft.

Badlingham, hamlet, Chippenham par., E. Cam-
bridgeshire, 5¼ miles NE. of Newmarket.

Badminstone, hamlet, Fawley par., S. Hants, 5¼
miles SW. of Fareham.

Badminton, Great, par. and vil., W. Gloucester-
shire, 5 miles NE. of Chipping Sodbury, 1794 ac., pop.
489; contains
Badinington Park.

Badminton, Little, tithing, Hawkesbury par., W.
Gloucestershire, 1 mile N. of Gt. Badminton; P.O., T.O.

Badmonden, locality, S. Kent, near Horsemonden.

Badmondisfield Hall, seat, 8 m. SW. of Bury, Suffolk.

Badoney (co. Tyrone). See Bodoney.

Badsey, par., civ. par., and vil., E. Worcestershire,
2 miles SE. of Evesham-—par., 1770 ac., pop. 579; civ.
par., pop. 442.

Badshot and Kunfold, tithing, Farnham par., W.
Surrey, 2 miles NE. of Farnham.

Badsworth, par., township, and seat, E. div. West-
Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles S. of Pontefract—par., 3970
ac., pop. 742 ; township, 1546 ac., pop. 226 ; P.O.

Bad well Ash, par., W. Suffolk, 8 miles NW. of
Stowmarket, 1860 ac., pop. 445 ; P.O.

Badworth Park, near Arundel, W. Sussex.

Bagbere, tithing, Sturminster-Newton-Castle par.,
N. Dorset, 1 mile N. of Sturminster.

Bagborough, East, tithing, Bishops Lydeard par.,
Somerset, 7 miles NW. of Taunton ; P.O.

Bagborough, West, par. and seat, W. Somerset,
8 miles NW. of Taunton, 1972 ac., pop. 475; P.O.

Bagbury, hamlet, Evercreech par., mid. Somerset,
1 mile S. of Shepton Mallet.

Bagby with Islebeck, township, Kirby Knowlepar.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 2¼ miles SE. of Thirsk, 1979
ac., pop. 279 ; P.O.

Bagden, Lower and I'ppcr, 2 hamlets, Denby
township and Penistone par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 5¼ miles NW. of Barnsley.

Bagden Hall, seat, near Huddersfield, Yorkshire.

Bagdon Hill, hill with Roman camp, N. Wilts, 3¼
miles N. of Devizes.

Bagcnalstown, market town, Dunleckney par., on
river Barrow, in co. and 10 miles SW. of Carlow, and 67
miles SW. of Dublin by rail—township, 472 ac., pop.
2141; named after the Bagenal family of Dunleckney;
P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,
Saturday. There are
extensive granite quarries, and several large corn and
flour mills in the vicinity.

Bagenbon, prom., SW. co. Wexford, in Ballyteige
Bay. Here Earl Strongbow’s army landed in 1171.

Bag-Enderby, par., mid. Lincolnshire, 7 miles NE.
of Horncastle, 617 ac., pop. 71.

Bagendon, par., E. Gloucestershire, 4 miles SW.
of Cheltenham, 1106 ac., pop. 181; P.O.

Baggage Knowc, eminence, Kilsyth par., Stirling-
shire ; familiar through the battle of Kilsyth (1645).

Baggearn Huisli, hamlet, Nettlecombe par., W.
Somerset, 4¼ miles S. of Watchet.

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

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