His regiment is at Aldershot, himself rusticating in Herefordshire—whither he has come to spend a few weeks' leave of absence.
Either she or her husband was buried at Marcle, Herefordshire.
They consented, however, to hold a large meeting on the borders of Herefordshire, and hear what Austin had to offer.
I accepted the Herefordshire expedition because it smacked of active service.
As to crops in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire, they have been very bad.
Are we going to repeat the Herefordshire experiment here, then?
She had been baptized by Elder Woodruff in Herefordshire in 1840.
We have a Herefordshire gentleman sitting for,—I must not say our borough of Silverbridge.
The Herefordshire accounts give particulars of a further ceremony.
Herefordshire was a favorite place for this sort of exercise of nature.
Old English Herefordscir, from Hereford (958), literally "ford suitable for the passage of an army." Probably so-called in reference to the Roman road passing over the Wye River. Herford in Germany has the same etymology. As the name for a type of cattle, first bred there, it is attested from 1789.