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English: Crondall is a village and large civil parish in the north east of Hampshire, England and is all that remains of the old Hundred of Crondall referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086. Various earlier spellings have in common the use of a "u" instead of the "o" and the village is still properly pronounced "Crundel" although some recent incomers prefer to pronounce the "o". The map of Hampshire in the 1722 edition of William Camden's Britannia or Geographical Description of Britain and Ireland shows symbols for habitation in Farnborough, Cove, Ewshot, Aldershot, and Crookham in the Crundhal (Crondall) hundred. .
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- ► All Saints Church, Crondall (1 C, 8 F)
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