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Definition of Brickkiln

Brickkiln
Brickkiln Brick"kiln`, n. A kiln, or furnace, in which bricks are baked or burnt; or a pile of green bricks, laid loose, with arches underneath to receive the wood or fuel for burning them.

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- civil parish includes the hamlets of Beazley End, Blackmore End, and Brickkiln Green. Wethersfield, Es**** is the namesake of Wethersfield, Connecticut...
- plantations of Peckforton Moss (SJ542559), Peckforton Wood (SJ554560), Brickkiln Wood (SJ544574) and part of Willis's Wood (SJ542580), as well as Peckforton...
- Town 1850 - 1852 All Saints’ Church, Catfield, Norfolk 1852 Houses in Brickkiln Street, Wolverhampton 1853 St Paul's Church, Coven, Staffordshire 1857...
- Ballyshasky Baile na Seascaigh townland of sedge gr**** Bogagh Bolies Brickkilns Carn Carnafarn Carrakeel Caw Clampernow Clog**** (Greerstown) Clondermot...
- opened on 21 March 1932, and on 10 April 1933 a service began serving Brickkiln Street, Jeff**** Road and Bradmore. The Penn Fields route had been extended...
- business manufacturing rope, first at **** Street then a larger site at Gt Brickkiln Street, now the Baynell Building. Ironmonger & Co Ltd. carried on for...
- beginning of the 18th century, an elementary school was built. In 1835, the brickkiln was commonly alluded to Kratonohy. In 1841, the polygonal barn, brewery...
- Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The estate is located in the Prehen and Brickkilns townland. Roads in the Prehen area consist of Victoria road, Prehen Park...
- Nottinghamshire 53°05′N 1°08′W / 53.09°N 01.13°W / 53.09; -01.13 SK5856 Brickkiln Green Es**** 51°57′N 0°31′E / 51.95°N 00.51°E / 51.95; 00.51 TL7331...
- -2.40726 (Brick Kiln Lane Bridge) — 18th century The bridge carries Brickkiln Lane over a mill stream. It is in stone and consists of a single segmental...
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