Wiikentbrop, hamlet, Horsington par., Somerset,
34 miles SW. of AVincanton.
Wiikesley, Cheshire. See Dodcot cum Wilkesley.
Wilkieston, vil., Kirknewton par., Edinburghshire,
3 miles E. of Mid-Calder; P.O.
Wilkinstown, ry. sta., N. co. Meath, 7 miles N. of
Wilksby, par., Lincolnshire, 5 miles SE. of Horn-
castle, 558 ac., pop. 35.
Will Honse, Tke, Elizabethan mansion, in N. of
Sussex, 1 mile S. of Northiam.
Willand, par. and vil., Devon—par., 989 ac., pop.
337; vil., on river Culm, 24 m. NE. of Cullompton; P.O.
Willapark Point, headland, on NW. coast of Corn-
wall, 34 miles NE. of Tintagel Head.
Wiliaston.—eccl. dist., township, and vil., Neston
par., Cheshire—dist., pop. 721; township, 1994 ac.,
pop. 462 ; vil., 24 miles NE. of Neston; P.O.—2.
Wiliaston, township and vil. with ry. sta., Wybun-
bury and Nantwich pars., Cheshire—township, 1010
ac., pop. 1986; vil., 24 miles E. of Nantwich; P.O.; in
vicinity is Wiliaston Hall, seat.
Willbrood, vil., Rathfarnham par., in co. and 4
miles SAY. of Dublin, pop. 162.
Willen, par., Bucks, in N. of co., 14 mile S. of New-
port Pagnell, 678 ac., pop. 86.
Willenball.—manufacturing town and township,
Wolverhampton par., Staffordshire, 3 miles E. of
Wolverhampton by rail and within its parliamentary
limits—township (containing Short Heath), 2168 ac.,
pop. 18,461; town, 1368 ac., pop. 16,067 ; P.O., T.o., 1
Bank. In the reign of Elizabeth, AYillenhall was a
prosperous seat of iron manufacture. The industries
now comprise iron and brass founding, lock making, and
mfrs. of several kinds of iron utensils. The town is a
local government district.—2. Willenliall, township,
Coventry Holy Trinity par., AA7arwickshire, 24 miles
SE. of Coventry, 440 ac., pop. 121.
Willerby. — par., East-Riding Yorkshire, 7 miles
SW. of Scarborough, 4567 ac., pop. 415.—2. Willerby,
township (ry. sta. Willerby and Kirk Ella), Cottingham
and Kirk Ella pars., East-Riding Yorkshire, 6 miles
NAY. of Hull, 982 ac., pop. 328.
Willerscy, par. and vil., Gloucestershire, 34 miles
AA7. of Chipping Campden, 1344 ac., pop. 393.
Willersley, par., in AY. of Herefordshire, 7 miles
NE. of Hay, 230 ac., pop. 8.
Willersley Castle, seat of the Arkwrights, Derby-
shire, 2 miles S. of Matlock.
Willesborough, par. and vil., Kent—par., 1487 ac.,
pop. 2676; vil., 24 miles SE. of Ashford ; P.O.
Willesden.—par. (ry. stations Willesden Green and
Willesden Junction), Middlesex, 7 miles NW. of St
Pauls, London, 4383 ac. (81 water), pop. 27,453; the
entire par. is a local government district, and contains
parts of Kilburn, Kensal Green, Harlesden, &c. ;
until 1885 a small part of the par. was included in the
parl. bor. of Chelsea.—2. Willesden, Yorkshire. See
Willesden Green, ry. sta., Middlesex, 4 miles NW.
of Baker Street Station, London.
Willesden Junction, ry. sta., Middlesex, 5 miles
W. of Euston Station, London.
Willcsley, par., Derbyshire, 14 mile SW. of Ashby
de la Zouch, 910 ac., pop. 57; contains Willesley Fark,
seat of the Earl of Loudoun.
Willet House, seat, Elworthy par., Somerset, 4 miles
NE. of AViveliscombe.
Willey. — hundred, Bedfordshire, in NE. of co.,
40,117 ac., pop. 8812; contains 18 pars.—2. Willey,
hamlet, Sampford Courtenay par., Devon, 4 miles NE.
of Okehampton.—3. Willey, township, Presteigne par.,
Herefordshire, in NAA7. of co., 3 miles N. of Presteigne,
2095 ac., pop. 123.—4. Willey, par., Shropshire, 3
miles E. of Much AVenlock, and within the municipal
limits of AYenlock, 1415 ac., pop. 148 ; contains Willey
Fark, seat of Lord Forester. — 5. Willey, par.,
AYarwickshire, 3 miles W. of Lutterworth, 970 ac.,
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