Nottinghamshire Work in progress

Nottinghamshire Vol III

  •   The township (later civil parish) occupies 1064 acres about five miles west-south-west of Nottingham. The parish is bounded on the north-west by Trowell, on the north-east by Wollaton, on the east by Beeston, on the south by Chilwell and...
  •   The township (later civil parish) of Clipston, sometimes recorded as Clipston on the Wolds, occupied 938 acres and adjoins the eastern edge of Plumtree civil parish. It is bounded on the east by Cotgrave, on the south by Stanton on the Wolds...
  •   The ancient parish of Costock occupies 1,688 acres about 9½ miles south of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north by Bunny, to the east by Wysall, to the south by Rempstone and to the west by East Leake. The northern boundary is...
  • The ancient parish of East Leake occupies 2,530 acres about 10 miles south-west of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north-east by Bunny, to the east by Costock, to the south-east by Rempstone and to the south by Stanford on Soar and Normanton...
  •   The ancient parish of Gotham occupies 2,563 acres seven miles south-west of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north by Clifton, to the north-east by Ruddington, to the east by Bunny and to the south-east by East Leake.  It is bounded to...
  •   The township (later civil parish) of Kingston on Soar occupies 1,331 acres about 10 miles south of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north-west by Ratcliffe on Soar, to the north-east by Gotham, to the east by West Leake and to the south...
  •   The ancient parish of Normanton on Soar occupies 1,449 acres about 13 miles south-west of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north by East Leake and to the east by Stanford on Soar. To the south the parish boundary is also the boundary between...
  •   The township (later civil parish) of Normanton on the Wolds originally occupied 803 acres in the south of the parish between the two other townships. It was bounded by Bradmore for a short distance on its western side, Keyworth on the south-...
  • The ancient parish of Plumtree occupied 3,600 acres about six miles south of Nottingham. The parish abuts Edwalton and Tollerton in the north, Cotgrave in the east, Stanton on the Wolds and Keyworth in the south, and Bradmore and Ruddington in the...
  •   The ancient parish of Rempstone occupies 1,579 acres about 11 miles south of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north by Costock, to the north-east by Wysall and to the east by Thorpe in the Glebe. To the south-east is Wymeswold (Leics.)...
  •   The ancient parish of Stanford on Soar occupies 1,515 acres about 12 miles south-west of Nottingham. It is bounded on the north by East Leake, on the north-east by Rempstone and on the west by Normanton on Soar. Its eastern and southern...
  • Stapleford ancient parish occupies 1,253  acres on the western edge of Nottinghamshire. It is bounded on the west by the parishes of Sandiacre  and Stanton-by-Dale (Derbs.) on the north by Trowell, on the east by Bramcote and Chilwell and...
  •   The township of Sutton Bonington occupies 2,184 acres about 11 miles south-west of Nottingham. It is bounded to the north-west by Kingston on Soar, to the north-east by West Leake and to the south-east by Normanton on Soar. To the west...
  •   The ancient parish of Thorpe in the Glebe occupies 863 acres about 11 miles south-east of Nottingham on the Leicestershire border. It is bounded to the north by Wys