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Folkestone J unetion, ry. sta. at Folkestone, E. Kent.
Folking, hamlet, 4½ miles E. of Steyning, AY. Sussex.
Folkinghaui, 10 miles E. of Grantham, S. Lincoln¬
Folkington, par. and hamlet, E. Sussex, 4 miles
Folksbury, place with ancient camp, 1 mile SW. of
Folkstone, Kent. See Folkestone.
Folksworth, par. and hamlet, Huntingdonshire, 6½
Folkton, par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 5½ miles SE.
Follart, Loch, another name for Dunvegan Loch.
F'ollaton House, seat, near Totnes, S. Devon.
Follifoot, township, Spofforth par., E. div. AVest-
Follistown, par., mid. co. Meath, 3 miles SE. of
Folly, Old and New, 2 hamlets, Hatton par., S.
Folly Gill, vil., Hampsthwaite par., E. div. AVest-
Folly Hall, vil., in par. and 3 miles SE. of Bradford,
Fonaby, hamlet, in par. andl m. N. of Caistor, Lincoln.
Fonham Hall, seat, 1½ mile NW. of Newcastle,
Fonnion, vil., Penmark par., Glamorgan, 5 miles
Fomncrcau, seat, near Ipswich, Suffolk.
Font, river, N. Northumberland; rises near Elsdon,
Fontaine de Mirtre, mineral spring, N. coast of
Fonthill, Bishops. See Bishops-Fonthill.
F'onthill Gifford, par., S. Wilts, 4½ mile SE. of
Fontigary, hamlet, Penmark par., Glamorgan, 5½
Fontley, hamlet, Fareham par., S. Hants.
Fontiuell Magna, par. and vil., NE. Dorset, 4 miles
Fontstown, par., W. co. Kildare, 5 miles NE. of
Foodie, hamlet, in SW. corner of Dairsie par., Fife,
Foog Hole, The, artificial recess in the Vale of
Fooks-Mill, vil., AYexford. See Foulkesmill.
Foolow, township, Eyam par., N. Derbyshire, 2½
Footdee, suburb of Aberdeen.
Footherlcy, hamlet, Shenstone par., E. Stafford¬
Foots Cray, par. and vil., AY. Kent, on Cray rivulet,
Fopacliy (Phopacliy), landing place, Kirkhill par.,
Forbes, ancient par. (now united to Tullynessle) and
Forbes, Lough, on river Shannon, between cos.
Forbcstown, hamlet, on river Don, in par. and ½
Forbnry, The, eminence with pleasure grounds,
Forcett, eccl. dist. and hamlet, Gilling and Stan-
Ford.—hamlet, Dintonpar., Bucks, 4 miles SAY. of
Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.
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