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Farnell is a surname, thought to originate from "Fern Hill". It is most common to the English county of Yorkshire. It may refer to: Anthony Farnell (1978), English boxer. James Farnell (1825-1888), Australian politician. Lewis Richard Farnell (1856-1934), Oxford classical scholar.
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Farnell, Angus in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Farnell, par. and ry. sta. (Farnell Road), E. Forfarshire, 5703 ac., pop. 613; T.O.; the church stands on S. side of Den of Farnell, near the sta.; a little NW. of church is Farnell Castle (visited by Edward I., 1296), now an almshouse.
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