• 1740 in the small hamlet of Quholm in the northeast of the island.
  • Wikipedia: Shapinsay
  • According to the 2001 Census the valley has a population of approximately 5000, largely living in one of the dozen or so villages and in isolated farms and hamlets.
  • Wikipedia: Chew Valley
  • After exiting Wellington Corner, Route 175 enters another hamlet called Cards Corners.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 175
  • Although not particularly high, the ridge's topography meant that advancing forces would be exposed to fire from German positions across the River Orne, from the ridge itself, and from the nearby German-held industrial hamlet of St.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Verrières Ridge
  • An Act of Parliament in 1754 authorised the first turnpike through the hamlet of Radcliffe Bridge, and included Manchester to Bury via Crumpsall, and from Prestwich to Radcliffe.
  • Wikipedia: Radcliffe, Greater Manchester
  • As Đính spent most of October in the capital plotting instead of inspecting the countryside, the communists began to systematically dismantle the strategic hamlets.
  • Wikipedia: Ton That Dinh
  • Born as Lazzaro Ponticelli in Groppo Ducale, a civil parish in the town of Bettola, Piacenza province, in northern Italy, he was raised in the mountain hamlet of I Cordani, one of seven children born to Jean and Philomène Ponticelli.
  • Wikipedia: Lazare Ponticelli
  • Chadderton's former villages and hamlets agglomerated as a mill town around these factories and a network of newly created roads, canals and railways.
  • Wikipedia: Chadderton
  • Columbia, a hamlet near the mouth of the Paulins Kill in Knowlton Township, was known for a large glass manufacturing factory.
  • Wikipedia: Paulins Kill
  • General Schmitt's grave has never been found, but in 1811 a monument for him was erected at the Stein Tor, the gate leading from the old village of Krems to the hamlet of Stein.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Dürenstein
  • Granted a Royal Charter in 1414, the manor spanned a broad rural area consisting of marshland, moorland, and a number of villages and hamlets.
  • Wikipedia: Ashton-under-Lyne
  • Griswold was born on February 13, 1815, in Vermont, near Rutland, and raised a strict Calvinist in the hamlet of Benson.
  • Wikipedia: Rufus Wilmot Griswold
  • He and Elizabeth lived intermittently, for several months at a time, in the Maltese hamlet of Gwardamanġia, at the Villa Gwardamanġia, the rented home of Philip's uncle, Lord Mountbatten.
  • Wikipedia: Elizabeth II
  • Here, the Nebel was less of an obstacle, but the great battery positioned on the edge of the village enjoyed a good field of fire across the open ground stretching to the hamlet of Schwennenbach.
  • Wikipedia: Battle of Blenheim
  • In 1736 Sheffield and its surrounding hamlets held about 7000 people, in 1801 there were around 60,000 inhabitants, and by 1901, the population had grown to 451,195.
  • Wikipedia: History of Sheffield
  • In 1858 a branch line was constructed through the heart of what was then the hamlet of Brownhills, which led to a migration of the population eastwards, leading to the formation of mining slums in the Ogley Hay area.
  • Wikipedia: Brownhills
  • In Bethlehem, a southern suburb of Albany, NY 32 was originally routed on Feura Bush Road between the hamlets of Feura Bush and Glenmont.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 32
  • In November of that year, the New York State Department of Correctional Services bought 1.4 miles (2.3 km) of the former corridor in Shawangunk's hamlet of Wallkill, near the Wallkill Correctional Facility.
  • Wikipedia: Walden–Wallkill Rail Trail
  • In the summer of 1822, a pregnant Mary moved with Percy, Claire, and Edward and Jane Williams to the isolated Villa Magni, at the sea's edge near the hamlet of San Terenzo in the Bay of Lerici.
  • Wikipedia: Mary Shelley
  • Included in Rahl's purchase was a train station in Rosendale's hamlet of Binnewater; the station was a part of the Binnewater Historic District.
  • Wikipedia: Rosendale trestle
  • It next receives Mock Creek at the hamlet of Hoppestown (4.24 miles (6.82 km) from the mouth), then Wolf Run (2.72 miles (4.38 km) from the mouth), both on the right bank.
  • Wikipedia: Plunketts Creek (Loyalsock Creek)
  • It passes just to the south of the Red Hook Golf Club before coming to an end at NY 199 in Rock City, a hamlet within the town of Milan that is situated just east of where the Milan, Red Hook, and Rhinebeck town lines converge.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 308
  • It ran east through the hamlet of Highland in the town of Lloyd over the Hudson River via the Poughkeepsie Bridge.
  • Wikipedia: Hudson Valley Rail Trail
  • Joppenbergh Mountain is a nearly 500-foot (150 m) mountain in Rosendale Village, a hamlet in the town of Rosendale, in Ulster County, New York.
  • Wikipedia: Joppenbergh Mountain
  • Many of the names of these hamlets still appear in the names of areas, including Smithy Green, Lane End, Gill Bent, and Grove Lane.
  • Wikipedia: Cheadle Hulme
  • NY 319 began at an intersection with three county routes (CR 4, CR 10, and CR 19) in the hamlet of Preston, a small community in the northern portion of the town of the same name.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 319
  • On the outskirts of the village, near the hamlet of Ringlestone, there are the remains of a zero station (or Operational Base), a secret underground communications relay post operated by Auxiliary Units of the British Home Guard.
  • Wikipedia: Wormshill
  • Route 174 passes through the village center then turns north along North Street and heads out of the village, turning northward through the hamlet of Marcellus Falls.
  • Wikipedia: New York State Route 174