Ingatestone


Ingatestone
Original name in latin Ingatestone
Name in other language Ingatestone
State code GB
Continent/City Europe/London
longitude 51.67027
latitude 0.38359
altitude 64
Population 4538
Date 2011-03-03

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Ingatestone — ist eine Kleinstadt mit ca. 3.400 Einwohnern in der Grafschaft Essex in England. Das Städtchen hat stündliche (oder häufiger) Zugverbindungen mit London, und ist deshalb als Trabantenstadt bekannt. Ingatestone liegt im Verwaltungsbezirk Brentwood …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ingatestone — infobox UK place country = England latitude= 51.670 longitude= 0.380 official name= Ingatestone population = 4,504 shire district= Brentwood shire county= Essex region= East of England civil parish= Ingatestone and Fryerning constituency… …   Wikipedia

  • Ingatestone Hall — is a sixteenth century manor house in Essex, England. It was built by Sir William Petre, and his descendants live in the house to this day.Queen Elizabeth I spent several nights at the hall on her royal progress of 1561.The Hall has two priest… …   Wikipedia

  • Ingatestone and Fryerning — Infobox England and Wales civil parish Parish = Ingatestone and Fryerning Status = Parish Governance = Parish Council Population = 4,830 Settlements = Ingatestone, Fryerning District = Brentwood County = Essex Region = East of England Country =… …   Wikipedia

  • Ingatestone railway station — Infobox UK station name = Ingatestone code = INT manager = National Express East Anglia locale = Ingatestone borough = Brentwood, Essex usage0405 = 0.606 usage0506 = 0.628 usage0607 = 0.630 platforms = 2 gridref = TQ649991Ingatestone railway… …   Wikipedia

  • William Petre — Sir William Petre (circa 1505 – 1572) was born in Devon in 1505 and educated as a lawyer at Exeter College, Oxford. He became a public servant, probably through the influence of the Boleyns, one of whom, George, he had tutored at Oxford and… …   Wikipedia

  • William Henry Francis Petre, 11th Baron Petre — William Henry Francis, 11th Baron Petre (22 January, 1793 – 3 July, 1850) was the first Baron Petre to take his seat in the House of Lords after the passing of the Catholic Relief Act 1829.Family He was a son of Robert Edward Petre, 10th Baron… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Edward Petre, 9th Baron Petre — (March 1742 Ingatestone Hall – 2 July 1801) was a British peer.Lord Petre was the son of Robert Petre, 8th Baron Petre (1713 1742), a reknown horticulturist, and Lady Henrietta Anna Mary Barbara Radclyffe (1714 1760), daughter of the 3rd Earl of… …   Wikipedia

  • Chelmsford railway station — Chelmsford Location Place Chelm …   Wikipedia

  • Robert James Petre, 8th Baron Petre — Robert James Petre, 8th Lord Petre (3 June 1713 – 2 July 1742) was a reknown horticulturist and a British peer.Lord Petre was the son of Robert Petre, 7th Baron Petre (1689 1713) and his wife Catherine Walmesley (d. 31 January 1785), heiress of… …   Wikipedia


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