Odiham

Odiham is a large historic village and civil parish in the Hart district of Hampshire, England. It is twinned with Sourdeval in the Manche Department of France. The current population is 4,406. The parish contains an acreage of 7,354 acres with 50 acres of land covered with water. The nearest railway station is at Hook, on the London and South Wes...
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Odiham

(from the article `Hart`) ...km) northeast. The district is primarily agricultural and produces cereals, dairy products, and lettuce. It has little industry except for ...
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Odiham

[hundred] The Hundred of Odiham was a Hundred (a geographical sub-division of the area of a County) of Great Britain in the county of Hampshire. It contained the parishes of; Bentworth, Dogmersfield, Elvetham, Greywell, Hartley Wintney, Lasham, Liss, Odiham, Rotherwick, Shalden, Sherfield on Loddon, Weston Patrick, and Winchfield. At the ti...
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