Grantham

Grantham, a market-town in Lincolnshire, on the Witham, 25 m. SW. of Lincoln, and has a fine 13th-century church; in the grammar-school Newton was educated, and in 1643 Cromwell won his first victory here; its industries embrace agricultural-implement making, malting, &c.; a 30 m. canal connects it with the Trent.

Population (circa 1900) given as 17,000.

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

Grant, Ulysses Simpson * Granville, George Leveson-Gower
Grandison, Sir Charles
Grandville
Grangemouth
Grani`cus
Grant, Sir Alexander
Grant, Mrs. Anne
Grant, Sir Francis
Grant, James
Grant, Sir James Hope
Grant, Ulysses Simpson
Grantham
Granville, George Leveson-Gower
Gratian
Gratianus, Augustus
Grattan, Henry
Gratz
Gravelotte
Gravesend
Gray, Asa
Gray, Auld Robin
Gray, John Edward

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