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Nazeing is a parish of 3,952 lying about four miles north of Waltham Abbey in Essex, England and bounded on the west by the River Lea. Most of it is still rural, but during the past 40 years there has been a considerable development of market gardening, light industry, holiday fishing, and boating. The older village of Nazeing is separated by open farmland from the larger Lower Nazeing to the west. The Prime Meridian passes to the west of Lower Nazeing.
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Other names by which Nazeing, Essex has been known in the past
Nazeing, Essex in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Nazeing, par. and vil., Essex, in NW. of co., 3 miles E. of Broxbourne sta. and 4 miles NW. of Epping, 3952 ac., pop. 738-; P.O.; in vicinity are the seats of Nazeing Cottage and Nazeing Park.
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