See also: churchtown

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From church +‎ town.

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  1. A number of places in England:
    1. A hamlet in St Breward parish, Cornwall (OS grid ref SX0977). [1]
    2. A hamlet in Darley Dale parish, Derbyshire Dales district, Derbyshire (OS grid ref SK2663) [2]
    3. A hamlet in Bridgerule parish, Torridge district, Devon (OS grid ref SS2803). [3]
    4. A village in Kirkland parish, Wyre district, Lancashire (OS grid ref SD4843).
    5. A suburb of Southport, Sefton borough, Merseyside (OS grid ref SD3618).
    6. A hamlet in Mainstone parish, south-west Shropshire (OS grid ref SO2687).
    7. A hamlet in Luxborough parish, Somerset West and Taunton district, Somerset (OS grid ref SS9737).
  2. A small village west of Ramsey, Isle of Man (OS grid ref SC4294).
  3. A village and townland near Buttevant, County Cork, Ireland.
  4. A village south-east of Cloyne, County Cork, also known as Churchtown South.
  5. A southern suburb of Dublin, Ireland.
  6. A few places in the USA:
    1. Synonym of Church, Iowa.
    2. An unincorporated community in Salem County, New Jersey.
      Former name: Penns Neck
    3. An unincorporated community in Washington County, Ohio.
    4. An unincorporated community and census-designated place in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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