The place is England, or perhaps Monmouthshire, just across the border in Wales.
Carac´tacus or Caradoc, king of the Sil´urês (Monmouthshire, etc.).
Henry Foxall, a native of Monmouthshire, England, was born in 1760.
He was ordained deacon in 1860, and held curacies in Anglesey and Monmouthshire.
He is said to have been the founder of the church of Llanverin, or Llanvetherin, Monmouthshire.
On quitting Cardiff, we soon entered Monmouthshire in crossing Rumney bridge.
How teaming with objects of curiosity and beauty is Monmouthshire!
The next of these cases, in chronological order, is that of the Monmouthshire riots in 1839.
Scrambles in Monmouthshire, a sequel to house-hunting in Wales, 474.
I think you can say just the same of the Welshman or the Monmouthshire man.