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The Cavendish chapel was built in 1618 as a final resting place for the tomb of Sir Charles Cavendish and his wife, Catherine Ogle.

The interior of the Cavendish chapel built in 1618 as a final resting place for the tomb of Sir Charles Cavendish and his wife, Catherine Ogle. Cav

Glebe terriers set out the glebe lands owned by the church.

Glebe terriers set out the glebe lands owned by the church.

Kegworth is a large industrial village and parish in north Leicestershire.

Castle Donington is in north-west Leicestershire, alongside the River Trent which forms the county boundary with Derbyshire.

Ullesthorpe is a village in south Leicestershire.

Somerby is a small village in east Leicestershire, some 5 miles south of Melton Mowbray.

The rural villages of Buckminster and Sewstern, in east Leicestershire, are both in the parish of Buckminster, and are around 10 miles east-north-e

Queniborough is a small rural parish located within the Wreake Valley of north-east Leicestershire.

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