Bartholomew’s Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887) page 96 left column

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Brannockstown, par., E. co. Kildare, 3 miles E. of
Kilcullen, 888 ac., pop. 90; P.O.

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Bransbury, tithing, Barton Stacy par., N. Hants,
4 miles SE. of Andover.

Bransby and Sturton, township and hamlet, Stowe
par., in mid. of co. and 8 m. NW. of Lincoln, pop. 646.

Bransby-with-Stearsky, par., North-Kiding York-
shire, 4 miles NE. of Easingwold, 3077 ac., pop. 300;
P.O., called Brandsby; contains Bransby Hall.

Branscombe, coast par. and vil., E. Devon, on
B. Bay, 44 miles E. of Sidmouth, 3487 ac. (65 water),
pop. 842; P.O.

Bransdale, mountain valley, North-Riding York-
shire, extending from S. side of Botton Head mountain
SE. to vicinity of Kirkby Moorside; 12 miles long.

Bransdale, East-Side, hamlet, Kirkby Moorside
par., North-Riding Yorkshire, 9 miles NE. of Helmsley.

Bransdale, West-Side, township, Kirkdale par.,
North-Riding Yorkshire, 8 miles N. of Helmsley, 2047
ac., pop. 75.

Bransford, township with ry. sta. (B. Road), Leigh
par., in W. of co. and 4 miles SW. of Worcester, on
river Teme, 1190 ac., pop. 257; contains the hamlet of
Bransford Bridge; P.O.

Bransgore, eccl. dist., in par. and 34 miles NE. of
Christchurch, S. Hants, pop. 953 ; P.O.

Bransil Castle, ruin, on E. border of Herefordshire,
near Ledbury; commands a fine view.

Branston.—par., N. Leicestershire, 8 miles NE. of
Melton Mowbray, 960 ac., pop. 247; P.O.—2. Branston,
par. and ry. sta., in mid. of co. and 4 m.SE. of Lincoln,
5389 ac., pop. 1431; P.O., T.O.; contains B. Hall.

Branstone, township, in par. and 2 miles SW. of
Burton-on-Trent, E. Staffordshire, pop. 991; P.O.

Branstree Fell, mountain peak, NW. AYestmorland,
2 miles S. of Hawes Water.

Bran swell. See Brauncewell.

Brant, affluent of river Witham, in co. and 5 miles
SW. of Lincoln; 10 miles long.

Brant Broughton, par., mid. Lincolnshire, on river
Brant, 8 miles SE. of Newark, 2932 ac., pop. 679; P.O.

Branteth, place with sandstone quarry and mineral
spring, Kirkpatrick-Fleming par., Dumfriesshire.

Brant Fell, eminence, near Bowness, Westmorland;
commands good view of Windermere.

Branthain, par., E. Suffolk, on river Stour,74m. SW.
of Ipswich, 1922 ac. land and 560 water, pop. 405; P.O.

Branthwaite, township with ry. sta., Dean par., W.
Cumberland, on river Marron, 3 m. S. of Marron junc.

Brantinghain, par. and township, East-Riding
Yorkshire, 8 miles NAY. of Hull—par., 3735 ac. land,
652 tidal water, and 82 foreshore, pop. 570; township,
1591 ac., pop 274; contains Brantinghain Thorpe.

Branton.—township, Eglingham par., N. Northum-
berland, 8 miles SE. of Wooler, 1175 ac., pop. 84.—2.
Branton, hamlet, Cantley par., S. div. West-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles SE. of Doncaster.

Branton Green. See Dansforth, Upper, and
Branton Green.

Brantry, 4 miles from Caledon, S. co. Tyrone; P.O.

Brantwood, villa with beautiful grounds, on E. side
of Coniston Water, N. Lancashire. It was a favourite
resort of the poet AVordsworth.

Branxholiu, great feudal castle, and early residence
of the Barons of Buccleuch, in Teviot valley, W. Rox-
burghshire, 3 miles SW. of Hawick. It figures as the
principal scene in Scott’s
Lay of the Last Minstrel.”

Branxton, par. and vil., N. Northumberland, 2
miles SE. of Cornhill ry. sta. and 9 miles NW. of
Wooler, 1508 ac., pop. 221; P.O.; contains Elodden
Field (1513).

Brascote, hamlet, Newbold Yerdon par., S. Leicester-
shire, 2 miles SE. of Market Bosworth.

Brasil Bank, sea bank, near the Mersey mouth,
Lancashire, N. of Rock Channel, and 1 mile AY. of Rock

Brassacott, hamlet, NorthPetherwin par., S. Devon,
5 miles NW. of Launceston.

Brassington, township and vil., Bradbourne par.,
N. Derbyshire, 3 miles NW. of Wirksworth, 4221 ac.,
pop. 690; P.O.

Brass Knocker, hamlet, 24 miles from Bath, E.

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