Burrington

Burrington may refer to:

  • Burrington, Devon, England
  • Burrington, Herefordshire, England
  • Burrington, Somerset, England
    • Burrington Combe, a limestone gorge and valley near Burrington, Somerset

Other articles related to "burrington":

List Of Sites Of Special Scientific Interest In Hereford And Worcester - Sites
1995 Burcot Lane Cutting Y 0.4 0.9 SO971716 1991 Burley Dene Meadows Y 17 42.1 SO813323 1994 Burrington Farm Stream Section Y 0.4 1.1 SO438727 1969 ...
George Burrington
... George Burrington (1682 – 22 February 1759) was the governor of the Province of North Carolina, from January 1724 to April 1725, and again from February 1731 to 1734 ... Not especially well educated or otherwise qualified for the position, Burrington gained his office by family influence ... However, Burrington's successor, Sir Richard Everard, proved even more unpopular with the people of North Carolina and they eventually requested that ...
Burrington Combe
... Burrington Combe is a Carboniferous Limestone gorge near the village of Burrington, on the north side of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in North ... Burrington Combe is a gorge through the limestone hills although there is now no river running through it ...
Sir Richard Everard, 4th Baronet - Governor of North Carolina
... The previous governor, George Burrington, had been removed from office in 1725 by the Lords Proprietors, following many complaints by colonists about his behavior (Bur ... They deplored the loss of ex-governor Burrington and expressed concern at the prospect "of so vile an administration" ... Thomas Bailey, who had defended Burrington ...
Burrington, Devon
50.933889°N 3.939444°W / 50.933889 -3.939444 Burrington Burrington Population 538 (2001) OS grid reference SS6316 Civil parish Burrington District North Devon Shire county Devon ... Burrington is a typical Devon village with a church, a Methodist Chapel, a pub and shop cum Post Office ... One of the vicars of Burrington was Samuel Davis, the second of whose wives was Jane Elizabeth Blackmore - half sister of Richard Doddridge Blackmore, the author of "Lorna ...