Avranches

Avranches (Avranches`) , a town in dep. of Manche, Normandy; the place, the spot marked by a stone, where Henry II. received absolution for the murder of Thomas à Becket; lace-making the staple industry, and trade in agricultural products.

Population (circa 1900) given as 7,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

A`von * Awe, Loch
Aveyron`
Avicen`na
Avie`nus, Rufus Festus
Avign`on
A`vila
Avila, Juan d'
Avila y Zinuga
Avlo`na
Av`ola
A`von
Avranches`
Awe, Loch
Axel
Axholme, Isle of
Axim
Ax`olotl
Ax`um
Ayacu`cho
Aya`la, Pedro Lopez d'
Aye-aye
Ayesha

Nearby

Links here from Chalmers

Achard
Banier, Anthony
Cally, Peter
Dirois, Francis
Fevre, Tannegui Le
Huet, Peter Daniel
Lanfranc
Pontas, John
Wace, Robert