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Thornwood, hamlet, North Weald Bassett par.,
Essex, 2% miles NE. of Epping.

Thornwood, vil., Bothwell par., Lanarkshire, near
Uddingston sta. and 4 m. N. of Hamilton, pop. 416.

Thoroton, par., Notts, 4% miles NE. of Bingham,
730 ac., pop. 152; contains Thoroton Hall, seat.

Thorp.1 See also Thorpe.

Thorp Arch, par. and vil. with ry. sta. (for Boston
SpaandBramham), E. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, on
river Wharfe, 3% miles NW. of Tadcaster, 1671 ac.,
pop. 393; P.O.; near vil. is Thorp Arch Hall, seat.

Thorp Audlin, township, Bads worth par., E. div.
West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SE. of Pontefract, 1311
ac., pop. 257.

Thorp Bulmer, township, Hart par., Durham, 4
miles NAV. of Hartlepool, 842 ac., pop. 31.

Thorp Langton, township, Church Langton par.,
Leicestershire, 3% miles N. of Market Harborough,
pop. 83 ; P.O., called Langton Thorp.

Thorp Perrow, seat, 2 miles S. of Bedale, North-
Riding Yorkshire.

Thorp Satchviile, township and seat, Twyfordpar.,
Leicestershire, 5 m. S. of Melton Mowbray, pop. 169.

Thorpe.See also Thorp.—2.Thorpe, ry. sta., Essex,
12 miles SE. of Colchester. See
Thorpe le Soken.—

3. Thorpe, par. and vil., Derbyshire, on river Dove,

3 miles NAV. of Ashborne, 1778 ac., pop. 182; P.O.; the
conical hill called Thorpe Clond is 900 ft. high.—4.
Thorpe, ry. sta., in co. and 6 miles SW. of Lincoln.
Thorpe on the Hill.—5. Thorpe, 2 miles E. of
Norwich, Norfolk; P.O.,
t.o. See Thorpe next Nor-
—6. Thorpe, township and eccl. dist. (Thorpe
St Matthew), Thorpe St Andrew par., Norfolk, in bor.
of Norwich, 730 ac., pop. 2864; P.O., called Thorpe
Hamlet.—7. Thorpe, hamlet, Headon with Upton
par., Notts, 3% miles NE. of Tuxford.—8. Thorpe,
ry. sta., Northamptonshire, 2% miles NE. of Thrap-
ston. See
Thorpe Achurch.—9. Thorpe, fishing
vil., Aldringham par., Suffolk, 2 miles NE. of Alde-
burgh; Thorpe Ness is a low sandy point. —19.
Thorpe, Suffolk. See
Ashfield with Thorpe.—H.
Thorpe, par. and vil., Surrey, 1% mile NW. of Chert-
sey, 1563 ac., pop. 610; P.O.—12. Thorpe, hamlet,
Barton par., Westmorland, 2 miles SW. of Penrith.—

13. Thorpe, township, Howden par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 1% mile NE. of Howden, 265 ac., pop. 56.—

14. Thorpe, hamlet, Rudston par., East-Riding York-
shire, 4 miles W. of Bridlington.—15. Thorpe, hamlet,
Welwick par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 1 mile SE. of
Patrington.—16. Thorpe, 1 mile W. of Robin Hood’s
Bay and 5 miles SE. of Whitby, North-Riding York-
shire; P.O.—17. Thorpe, Ripon par., West-Riding
Yorkshire. See
Whitcliffe with Thorpe.—18.
Thorpe, eccl. dist., Halifax par., West-Riding York-
shire, pop. 416.—19. Thorpe, township, Rothwell par.,
West-Riding Yorkshire, 4 miles SE. of Leeds, 548 ac.,
pop. 71.—20. Thorpe (or Thorpe sub Moutem),
township, Burnsall par., N. div. West-Riding York-
shire, 6 miles NE. of Skipton, 1133 ac., pop. 67.

Thorpe, Fast. See Easthorpe.—2. Thorpe, East,
hamlet, Londesboroughand Esthorpe par., East-Riding
Yorkshire, 2 miles N. of Market Weighton.

Thorpe, Little. See Thorpe Parva, also Little-

Thorpe, West (or Thorpe in the Fallows), par., in
co. and 7 miles NW. of Lincoln, 640 ac., pop. 70.

Thorpe Abbots, par., Norfolk, on river Waveney,
4% miles E. of Diss, 1122 ac., pop. 225.

Thorpe Achurch, par. (ry. sta. Thorpe), Northamp-
tonshire, on river Nen, 3% miles NE. of Thrapston and
3% miles SW. of Oundle, 1580 ac., pop. 143.

Thorpe Acre, 1% mile NAV. of Loughborough, Lei-
cestershire ; P.O. See
Dishley cum Thorp acre.

Thorpe Arnold, par., Leicestershire, 1% mile NE. of
Melton Mowbray, 1742 ae., pop. 147.

Thorpe Bassett, par. and vil., East-Riding Yorkshire,

4 miles E. of Malton, 1806 ac., pop. 192.

Thorpe Bochart (or Thorpe in the Glebe), par.,
Notts, 6 miles NE. of Loughborough, 930 ac., pop. 51.

Thorpe Cloud, hill, Derbyshire. See Thorpe.

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

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