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English: Wickersley is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Rotherham in South Yorkshire, England, situated from central Rotherham. The area is in close proximity to road junctions for the M1, M18 and A1(M) (passing through Bramley). Wickersley was once held by Richard FitzTurgis (who adopted the name 'de Wickersley), founder of Roche Abbey, and subsequently by his heirs by marriage, the de Livet (Levett) family. The Wickersleys later removed to Sheffield, where they built the home Broom Hall. The village of Wickersley has a population of 7,235.
Nederlands: Wickersley is een dorp (village) en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Rotherham, in het Engelse graafschap South Yorkshire. De civil parish telt
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LocationRotherham, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, UK

53° 25′ 11.64″ N, 1° 16′ 45.12″ W

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