Anderson, Dorset

Eight exclaves of highly anomalous Cowley, all in Hillingdon, then in Middlesex.

Small village and civil parish in Dorset, England, situated in the North Dorset administrative district about 9 mi northwest of Poole.

- Anderson, Dorset
Eight exclaves of highly anomalous Cowley, all in Hillingdon, then in Middlesex.

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North Dorset

Local government district in Dorset, England.

Local government district in Dorset, England.

Anderson, Ashmore

Anderson Manor

Anderson Manor, Dorset

Anderson Manor

Anderson Manor is a Grade I listed manor house in the Dorset village of Anderson in England.

The hamlet at Oberwil, 3 km from Waldkirch, near St. Gallen (Switzerland)

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The hamlet at Oberwil, 3 km from Waldkirch, near St. Gallen (Switzerland)

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Interior of the House of Commons In Session by Peter Tillemans, c. 1710

William Thomas (MP for Ludgershall)

William Thomas (c.

William Thomas (c.

Interior of the House of Commons In Session by Peter Tillemans, c. 1710

She died on 3 February 1655 and he married secondly on 31 March 1659, Dorothy Chettell, widow of Francis Chettel of Blandford St Mary, Dorset, who was a recruiter to the Long Parliament, and daughter of Thomas Tregonwell of Anderson, Dorset.

This target was probably erected during World War II for use by SOE agents training at nearby Glasnacardoch House.

List of SOE establishments

Incomplete list of training centres, research and development sites, administrative sites and other establishments used by the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War.

Incomplete list of training centres, research and development sites, administrative sites and other establishments used by the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War.

This target was probably erected during World War II for use by SOE agents training at nearby Glasnacardoch House.

Station 62 - Anderson Manor, Anderson, Dorset

Hundreds of Cornwall in the early 19th century

Coombs Ditch Hundred

Hundred in the county of Dorset, England, containing the following parishes:

Hundred in the county of Dorset, England, containing the following parishes:

Hundreds of Cornwall in the early 19th century

Anderson

A fingerpost at Betchworth, Surrey. The additional orange arrow shows the route of a cyclosportive.

Fingerpost

Traditional type of sign post primarily used in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, consisting of a post with one or more arms, known as fingers, pointing in the direction of travel to places named on the fingers.

Traditional type of sign post primarily used in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, consisting of a post with one or more arms, known as fingers, pointing in the direction of travel to places named on the fingers.

A fingerpost at Betchworth, Surrey. The additional orange arrow shows the route of a cyclosportive.
Early wooden fingerposts in Saxony
A typical West Riding fingerpost with the parish name and grid reference on the roundel.
A post-Worboys fingerpost with smaller signs for the National Cycle Network (in blue) and the Cumbria Coastal Way footpath (in brown).
An example of the Suffolk County Council "square end" design near Woolpit.
Fingerpost in the Republic of Ireland.

The most well-known are the small number of Red Posts which are found in some of the southern English counties, including four in Dorset, including one on the A31 trunk road at Anderson, between Bere Regis and Wimborne Minster.

Ancient County of Dorset

List of hundreds in Dorset

List of hundreds in the county of Dorset, England.

List of hundreds in the county of Dorset, England.

Ancient County of Dorset

Anderson

Although many deterrent workhouses developed in the period after the New Poor Law, some had already been built under the existing system. This workhouse in Nantwich, Cheshire, dates from 1780.

List of sanitary districts in Dorset

Under the Public Health Acts 1873 and 1875 the Poor Law Unions were used as the basis for sanitary districts.

Under the Public Health Acts 1873 and 1875 the Poor Law Unions were used as the basis for sanitary districts.

Although many deterrent workhouses developed in the period after the New Poor Law, some had already been built under the existing system. This workhouse in Nantwich, Cheshire, dates from 1780.

Almer, Anderson

A statue of Tregonwell in the town of Bournemouth which he founded.

Lewis Tregonwell

Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry and a historic figure in the early development of what is now Bournemouth.

Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry and a historic figure in the early development of what is now Bournemouth.

A statue of Tregonwell in the town of Bournemouth which he founded.

Born 1758 in Anderson, Dorset, Tregonwell lived at Cranborne Lodge as the squire.