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Rockfleld, par. and vil., in co. and 2% miles NW. of
Monmouth, on river Monnow, 1993 ac., pop. 227;
near vil. is Rockfleld House, seat.

Rockfleld, fishing vil., Tarbat par., Ross and
Cromarty, 8 miles E. of Tain.

Rockfleld, seat, 1 mile S. of Kells, NW. co. Meath.

Rockford, vil., on the East Lyn, Devon, 4 miles
SE. of Lynmouth.

Rockforest, seat, 4 miles E. of Mallow, N. co. Cork.

Rockgrove, seat, in co. and 4 miles E. of Cork.

Rockhall, seat, Mouswald par., Dumfriesshire, 6
miles E. of Dumfries.

Rockhampton, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 2 miles
NE. of Thornbury, 1224 ac. land, 47 tidal water and 34
foreshore, pop. 220 ; near vil. is R.
Lodge, seat.

Rockhill, vil., Bruree par., S. co. Limerick, 2 miles
AV. of Bruree ry. sta., pop. 120.

Rockingham, par. and vil. with ry. sta., Northamp-
tonshire, on river Welland, 10 miles NE. of Market
Harborough, 890 ac., pop. 227;
P.O., T.O. Market-day,
Thursday. Adjacent to vil. is Rockingham Castle,
seat of the Watson family, with the remains of a castle
of the same name built by William the Conqueror, occu-
pied by Edward III. and his court, and garrisoned for
Charles I. by Sir L. Watson, afterwards created Lord
Rockingham ; it was erected for the defence of exten-
sive ironworks in
Rockingham Forest, which measured
30 miles by 8.

Rockingham, seat, 2% miles E. of Boyle, N. co.
Roscommon, on Lough Key.

Rockland All Saints, par. and vil., Norfolk, 3£ miles
NAV. of Attleborough, 1671 ac. (including Rockland St
Andrew), pop. 324 ;

Rockland St Andrew, par., Norfolk, adjacent to
Rockland All Saints, 1671 ac. (including Rockland All
Saints), pop. 98.

Rockland St Mary, par. and vil., Norfolk, 6 miles
SE. of Norwich, 1360 ac., pop. 442;
P.O.; Rockland
or lake, near river Yare, swarms with fish, and
in the season with wildfowl.

Rockland St Peter, par. and vil., Norfolk, adjacent
to Rockland All Saints, 1010 ac., pop. 254.

Rockley.—hamlet, Askham par., Notts, 4 miles S. of
Retford.—2. Rockley, hamlet, Ogbourne St Andrew
par., AVilts, 2 m. SAV. of Marlborough; a preceptory of
Knights Templars was founded here in time of Henry II.

Rockmills, vil., St Nathlash par., NE. co. Cork, 2
miles SE. of Kildorrery, pop. 195 ;

Rockmount, hamlet, 2 miles SE. of Peel, Isle of Man.

Rockness, hamlet, Horsley par., Gloucestershire, 3
miles SW. of Minchinhampton.

Rocks, hamlet and seat, in par. and 2 miles S. of
Marshfield, Gloucestershire.

Rocks, The, seat, near Uckfield, Sussex.

Rocksavage (or Clifton), township, Runcorn par.,
Cheshire, 2 miles NE. of Frodsham, 645 ac., pop. 203.

Rocksavage, seat, 2 miles SW. of Inniskeen ry. sta.,
SE. co. Monaghan.

Rockside, school, Kilchoman par., Islay island,

Rockview.—seat, near Cashel, S. co. Tipperary.—2.
Rockview, seat, 2 m. SW. of Delvin, E. co. AVestmeath.

Rockwell Green, vil., in par. and £ mile from AVel-
lington, Somerset;

Rocky Hills, N. Queen’s co., between Stradbally
and Maryborough.

Rocky Island, in Cork Harbour, S. co. Cork, 6
miles S. of Queenstown.

Rocky Valley, The, picturesque glen, Cornwall,
between Boscastle and Tintagel Head.

Roclaveston Manor, seat, in co. and 5 miles SE.
of Nottingham.

Rocomhe, hamlet, Combeinteignhead and Stokein-
teignhead pars., Devon, 4% miles N. of Torquay.

Rocqnalne Bay, on W. side of Guernsey, Channel
Islands, between Lihou island and Fort Pezerie ; is 1%
mile across, and penetrates 1 mile.

Roc’s Hall, cave, S. coast of Isle of Wight, 1 mile
E. of The Needles.

Rod Bridge, on river Stour, on border of Essex and
Suffolk, 2 miles NW. of Sudbury.

Rodanstown, par., S. eo. Meath, on river Rye, 1621
ac., pop. 221; contains part of Kilcock.

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

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