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Staunton.—See also STANTON.—2. Stannton, par.,
Gloucestershire, 3 miles E. of Monmouth, 1517 ac.,
pop. 121; P.O.—3. Staunton, par. and township, Notts,
on river Devon, 2% miles N. of Bottesford—par., 2375
ac., pop. 171; township, 1410 ac., pop. 95. Staunton
Hall has belonged to the family of Staunton since the
Norman Conquest.—4. Staunton, hamlet, Dunster
par., Somerset, 1 mile S. of Minehead.—5. Staunton,
par. and vil., AVorcestershire—par., 1447 ac., pop. 413;
vil., near SW. border of co., 8 miles NAA7. of Glou-
cester; P.O.

Stannton, White. See Whitestaunton.

Staunton Harrold, township, Breedon on the Hill
par., Leicestershire, 3 miles NE. of Ashby de la Zouch,
pop. 237. Stannton Harrold Hall is the seat of Earl

Stannton upon Arrow, par. and vil., near NW.
border of Herefordshire—par., 2925 ac., pop. 340 ; vil.,
3 miles NW. of Pembridge; P.O.; in vicinity is Stann-
ton Park, seat.

Stannton upon Wye, par. and vil., Herefordshire—
par., 2320 ac., pop. 526; vil., 2 miles SW. of Moor-
hampton sta. and 9 miles NAV. of Hereford; P.O.; in
vicinity is Stannton Park, seat.

Staveley.—par. and township with ry. sta., Derby-
shire, 4 miles NE. of Chesterfield—par., 10,793 ac., pop.
9114; township, 6872 ac., pop. 8194; P.O., t.o.; has ex-
tensive collieries and ironworks, corn mills and bone mills,
and mfrs. of spades, shovels, and brushes.—2. Staveley,
township, Cartmel par., N. Lancashire, at foot of
Windermere, 5 miles N. of Cartmel, 4199 ac., pop. 426.
—3. Staveley, eccl. dist. and vil. with ry. sta., Kendal
par., AYestmorland—dist. (containing Nether Staveley
and Over Staveley townships), pop. 1239; vil., on river
Kent, 4 miles NAV. of Kendal; P.O., T.O.—4. Staveley,
par. and vil., E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire—par., 1425
ac., pop. 327; vil., 3 miles NE. of Knaresborough; P.O.

Staveley, Nether and Over, 2 townships (ry. sta.
Staveley), Kendal par., AVestmorland—Nether Staveley,
2563 ac., pop. 324; Over Staveley, 2580 ac., pop. 730.

Staverton.—par. and vil. with ry, sta., Devon—par.,
5356 ac., pop. 746; vil., on river Dart, 3 miles N. of
Totnes; P.O.; the Dart is crossed here by Staverton
Bridge, from which can be obtained a splendid view
of the entire vale.—2. Staverton, par. and vil., Glou-
cestershire—par., 720 ac., pop. 242; vil., 4 miles W. of
Cheltenham; P.O.; Staverton Court and Staverton
House are seats.—3. Staverton, par. and vil., North-
amptonshire—liar., 2240 ac., pop. 384 ; vil., 2 miles
SAV. of Daventry; P.O.—4. Staverton, hamlet, Suffolk,
in SE. of co., 3 miles E. of AVoodbridge.—5. Staverton,
eccl. dist. and vil., Trowbridge par., Wilts—dist., pop.
354; vil., on river Avon, 2 miles N. of Trowbridge.

Stavordale, adjacent to Bruton, Somerset; had an
Augustinian canonry founded in time of Henry III.,
and now partly incorporated with a farmhouse; Stavor-
dale gives the title of baron to the Earl of Ilchester.

Sta ward, ry. sta., Northumberland, 10% miles SW.
of Hexham; in vicinity are the ruins of Sta ward Peel,
an ancient Border stronghold.

Stawell, township, Moorlinch par., Somerset, 4 miles
E. of Bridgwater, 973 ac., pop. 177.

Stawley, par., Somerset, 4 miles AV. of Wellington,
830 ac., pop. 153.

Staxlgoe, fishing vil., in par. and 2 miles NE. of
Wick, Caithness.

Staxton, hamlet, Willerby par., East-Riding York-
shire, 6 miles SW. of Scarborough.

Stayley (or Staley), town and township, Mottram in
Longden Dale par., Cheshire—township (partly within
the municipal limits of Stalybridge and partly in town
of Mossley), 2344 ac. (66 water), pop. 7363; town, on
NE. side of Stalybridge, pop. 2674; is a local govern-
ment district, has cotton mills, and shares in the trade
of Stalybridge.

Staythorpe, township, Averham par., Notts, 3 miles
E. of Southwell, pop. 44.

Stean (or Steen), par., Northamptonshire, 1360 ac.,
pop. 44. Stean Park, seat, is 2% m. NAA7. of Brackley.

Stearsby. See Bransby with Stearsby.

Stebbing, par. and vil., Essex—par., 4382 ac., pop.
1118; vil., 3 miles NE. of Dunmow; P.O.; has trade in

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