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Definition of Extraparochially

Extraparochially
Extraparochial Ex`tra*pa*ro"chi*al, a. Beyond the limits of a parish. -- Ex`tra*pa*ro"chi*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Extraparochially from wikipedia

- and the extraparochial hamlet of Kidbrooke, on the north; by Bexley on the east and south east; by Chislehurst on the south; by the extraparochial hamlet...
- Tew and Duns Tew). Wootton (Southern part) - 15 parishes and several extraparochial places Within Woolton hundred yet separately administered were the areas...
- became part of the Hunsley Beacon Division of the Harthill Wapentake. Extraparochial parts of the parish were transferred to the parish of Newington in 1878...
- settlement is situated on the edge of the Forest of Dean, and in 1836 the extraparochial part was called Upper Berry Hill to distinguish it from Lower Berry...
- Australia, was born here. GENUKI website. East Riding of Yorkshire. Extraparochial Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Kirkham Tn/CP...
- and the whole works, A15 and former A16, cost £10 million. The whole extraparochial area to the west of Deeping St James was known as Littleworth, and hence...
- Milkwall were within the parish of Coleford with just a few houses on the extraparochial Crown land. There was some mining in the 17th century when a drift mine...
- Moravian Church) was in Woolaston parish. In 1842 an adjoining tract of extraparochial land, which became known as Hewelsfield common, was added to Hewelsfield...
- ‘Cases of supposed Exemption from Poor Rates claimed on the ground of Extraparochiality, with a … Sketch of the Ancient History of the Parish of St. Andrew...