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Cranbrook Park, 5 miles W. of Romford, S. Essex.

Cranbury Castle and Cranbury Park, 2 seats, 4
and 5 miles SW. of AVinchester, Hants.

Crane.—river, mid. Kent; rises near Cranbrook, and
flows 10 miles NE. to river Beult at Headcorn.—2.
Crane, river, Middlesex; rises near Pinner, and flows
15 miles SE. to the Thames at Isleworth.—3. Crane,
place, 8| miles NW. of Llanfair, N. Montgomeryshire.

Crane End, hamlet, 2 miles E. of Bolton, S. Lincoln.

Crane Loch, Dunsyre par., E. Lanarkshire.

Cranell, river, SE. Cardiganshire; flows 8 miles SE.
to the Teifi below Llanwnen.

Cranemoor, hamlet, 2 miles SE. of Penistone, S.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire ; P.O.

Cranfield, par. and vil., in co. and 8 miles SAV. of
Bedford, 3500 ac., pop. 1447; P.O. The vil. stands
near the Bucks border, and has a large mineral spring ;
in vicinity is Cranfield Court.

Cranfield.—par., W. co. Antrim, on Lough Neagh,
34 miles SAV. of Randalstown ry. sta., 869 ac., pop. 261.
—2. Cranfield, hamlet, 2 miles E. of Greencastle ry.
sta., S. co. Down. Near it is Cranfield Point, the S.
extremity of the co.

Cranford.—par. and vil., AV. Middlesex, on river
Crane, 3 miles NAV. of Hounslow ry. sta., 737 ac., pop.
503; P.O.; the par. contains the hamlet of Cranford
Bridge, and the seat of Cranford Park,—2. Cran-
ford, hamlet with ry. sta., 44 miles SE. of Kettering,
N. Northamptonshire ; P.O.; in vicinity is C. Hall.

Cranford St Andrew and Cranford St John, 2
adjacent pars. (ry. sta. Cranford), 44 miles SE. of
Kettering, N. Northamptonshire, area (of both pars.),
2420 ac.; pop., St A., 197; St J., 370.

Cranham.—par., S. Essex, 4 miles SE. of Romford,
1879 ac., pop. 416.—2. Cranham, par., E. Gloucester-
shire, 54 miles NE. of Stroud, 1859 ac., pop. 384; P.O.

Crank, hamlet with ry. sta., 24 miles SAV. of St
Helens, SAV. Lancashire ; P.O.

Cranley, or Cranlelgh, par. and vil. with ry. sta.
(Cranleigh), AV. Surrey, on Arun and AVey Canal, 8
miles SE. of Guildford, 7834 ac., pop. 2083; P.O., T.o.

Cranloch, school, St Andrews-Lhanbryde par., E.
Elginshire, 2 miles SE. of Lhanbryde ry. sta.

Cramner Hall, 2 m. N. of Fakenham, W. Norfolk.

Cranmerc, place, Worfield par., S. Shropshire, 3
miles NE. of Bridgnorth.

Cranmerc Pool, lakelet, in Dartmoor, S. Devon, 6
miles SE. of Okehampton.

Cranmore East and Cranmore West, 2 adjacent
pars. (ry. sta. Cranmore), 34 miles E. of Shepton
Mallet, mid. Somerset—East C., 1054 ac., pop. 131;
West C., 1814 ac., pop. 284 ; P.O. The seat of
Cranmore Hall is in AVest C. par. In East C. are
ancient quarries, which supplied the stones for building
Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey.

Cranmore Fen, place, Coveney par., Isle of Ely,
Cambridgeshire, 24 miles N. of Manea.

Cranna, seat, 7 miles SAAr. of Nenagh, NW. co.
Tipperary; P.O.

Crannagh, bar., co. Kilkenny, 58,075 ac., pop. 7472.

Crannford, vil., AVexford. See Craanford.

Crannlcb, section of Weem par., Perthshire, on
NW. side of Loch Tay.

Cranny, 4 miles from Killadysert, S. co. Clare; P.O.

Cranoe, par., S. Leicestershire, 5 miles NE. of
Market Harborough, 990 ac., pop. 106.

Cranscombe, hamlet, 34 m. SE. of Lynton, N. Devon.

Cransford, par., E. Suffolk, 2 miles E. of Framling-
ham, 1189 ac., pop. 184 ; P.O.; contains C. Hall.

Cranshaws, par. and hamlet, N. Berwickshire, 9
miles NW. of Duns, 8708 ac., pop. 106; P.O.; contains
the seat of Cranshaws, a fine old peel.

Cransley, par. and seat, N. Northamptonshire, 3
miles SW. of Kettering, 2510 ac., pop. 322 ; p.o.

Cranstal Point, N. termination of Ramsey Bay,
Isle of Man, alt. 200 ft.

Cranston, par., E. border of Edinburghshire, 5100
ac., pop. 998; is rich in coal, limestone, and sandstone.

Cranswlck, 3 miles S. of Driffield, East - Riding
Yorkshire; P.O. See

Crantock, coast par. and vil., AV. Cornwall, on
Crantock Bay, 6 miles NE. of St Agnes, 2436 ac.,
and 261 ac. tidal water and foreshore, pop. 344.

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

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