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Rodborne Cheney, par. and vil., Wilts—par., partly
in town of Swindon, 2728 ac., pop. 1978 ; vil., 2 miles
NW. of Swindon ;
P.O., called Rodbourne Lane.

Rod borough, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 1 mile
of Stroud, 1272 ac., pop. 2759; P.O.; on Rod-
borough Hill
are remains of an ancient camp.

Rod bourne, vil., Malmesbury St Paul par., AVilts,
2-j miles S. of Malmesbury;
P.O. See Corston and

Rodbonrne Lane; P.O. See Rodborne Cheney.
Kodd, Nash, and Little Brampton, township, Pres-
teigne par., Herefordshire, 2 miles S. of Presteigne,
1934 ac., pop. 174.

Koddaui, township, Ilderton par., Northumberland,
5 miles SE. of AVooler, 1204 ac., pop. 83;
is the seat of the Roddam family.

Rodden.—hamlet, Abbotsbury par., Dorset, 74 miles
SW. of Dorchester.
—2. Rodden, par., Somerset, 14
mile E. of Frome, 990 ac., pop. 175.

Rode, North, township and ry. sta., Prestbury par.,
Cheshire, 34 m. NE. of Congleton, 1566 ac., pop. 263.

Rode Hall, seat, Odd Rode township, Astbury par.,
Cheshire, 44 miles SAA7. of Congleton. See
Old Rode.
Rode Heath, vil., 1 m. from Alsager, Cheshire ; P.O.
Roden, river, Shropshire; rises near the Welsh
border, and flows 18 miles SE. to the Tern opposite

Rodhnish, hamlet, Carhampton par., Somerset, 3
miles SE. of Dunster.

Rodil, Loch, in SE. of Harris par., Lewis island,
Outer Hebrides, Inverness-shire; on AV. shore is a
church ruin, which belonged to an ancient monastery.

Rod in g.—river, Essex ; rises 24 miles NW. of Great
Dunmow, and flows 30 miles S. and SW. to the Thames
2 miles SE. of East Ham.—2.
Roding, Essex. See

Rodington, par. and vil., Shropshire, on river
Roden, 44 miles NAV. of Wellington, 1628 ac., pop.

Rodley.—hamlet, Westbury on Severn par., Glou-
cestershire, on river Severn, 3 miles E. of Newnham.—
2. Rodley, vil., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 5 miles
NW. of Leeds;

Rodmarton, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 44 miles
NE. of Tetbury, 4010 ac., pop. 382 ; a monastery once
existed here, and Roman remains have been found;
Samuel Lysons (1763-1819), the antiquary, was a native.

Rodntcll, par. and vil., Sussex, 3 miles S. of Lewes,
1936 ac., pop. 233 ;
P.O., called Rodmill.

Rodmersham, par. and vil., Kent, 14 mile SE. of
Sittingbourne, 1234 ac., pop. 428; the church once be-
longed to the Knights of St John.

Rodmill, Sussex; P.O. See Rodmell.

Rodney Stoke, par. and vil., Somerset, 5 miles NAY.
of Wells, 2345 ac., pop. 323; gave the title of baron to
Admiral Rodney (1717-1792).

Rodono, former seat, now a hotel, Ettrick par.,
Selkirkshire, on AAr. side of St Mary’s Loch, 18 m. SW.
of Selkirk ; Rodono was formerly called Summerhope.

Rodslcy, township, Longford par., Derbyshire, 44
miles S. of Ashborne, 820 ac., pop. 136.

Rod well, ry. sta., Dorset, between AYeymouth and

Roe, Shetland. See Muckle Roe.

Roe, river, co. Londonderry; rises 7 miles S. of
Dungiven, and flows 25 miles N. past Limavady to
Lough Foyle.

Roe Green.—hamlet, Sandon par., Herts, 5 miles
SAV. of Royston.—
2. Roe Green, hamlet, Bishops
Hatfield par., Herts, 1| mile SAV. of Hatfield.

Roc Island, Burrishoole par., AV. co. Mayo, in Clew

Roe Park, seat, near Limavady, N. co. Londonderry.
Roe-Wen (or Y Ro), vil., Llangelynin par., Car-
narvonshire, 4 miles S. of Conway;

Roebuck.—seat, S. co. Cavan, 4 miles NW. of Old-
2. Roebuck, seat, in co. and 3 m. SE. of Dublin.

Roeburndale, township, Mellingpar., N. Lancashire.

9 miles NE. of Lancaster, 8841 ac., pop. 112.

Roecliffc.—seat, Newtown Linford par., in co. and
64 miles NAV. of Leicester.—2.
Roccliffe, township,
Aldborough par., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire,
river Ure, 1| mile SAV. of Boroughbridge, pop. 243.


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