[Bell Historians] Close But Different
ALAN A J BUSWELL
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Fri Jun 29 09:43:43 BST 2012
There is no county of Middlesex in Dove. All quarters published under this name are adjusted in my records accordingly including areas surrounding Gtr London and for other parts of the country. Both Newmarket towers are in Suffolk.
From: Matt Dawson <matt.dawson at Flna0mZcZG0LemVanjs467MUbeEqrtKL1-_F_NWikFkgpwaniL26fVH6yxug777Qj6-Dnq3kR_LVl5H299o.yahoo.invalid>
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Close But Different
On 27 June 2012 16:57, Richard Smith <richard at sOqFEyVdPPA9Qo5q9O7Z2pHya7jG87OPa18TwXHcggCWLMpdKZ9f5b9fb6ojH20A6Vcy_tZB29Maz6rGTA_TIw.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> You may do better using traditional county boundaries,
> especially where county boundaries ran through the centre of
> a town. I don't have the data to do a full analysis of
> that. Southwark Cathedral (Surrey) and St Magnus the Martyr
> (Middx) is a candidate, as is All Saints, Newmarket (Cambs,
> though unringable) and St Mary, Newmarket (Suff). Both seem
> to be very slightly further apart than Holt and Farndon.
This was also the case in Bristol, where the Avon (now the floating
harbour) coincided with the border between Gloucestershire and
Somerset. St Nicholas (once a ten) and St Thomas are roughly two
hundred yards apart.
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