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    Townships Wall with Pipehill WALL AND PIPEHILL 1986

    4566/J, abstract of title to Aldershawe , 1908. S.R.O., D. 4566/J, abstract of title to Aldershawe , 1908 and 1913, and Cooper papers; Staffs. Advertiser , 28 Dec. 1912 , p. 9. S.R.O., D. 4566/J, Aldershawe sale cat. 1925 and Victoria County History

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    another ridge in the south-west of the city where the level reaches 423 ft. (130 m.) on the boundary at Aldershawe and Harehurst Hill . Two pools, Minster Pool and the larger Stowe Pool, lie respectively south and east of Victoria County History

    Lichfield Public services

    the maintenance of the aqueduct. 22 In July 1301 Henry Bellfounder granted the Franciscans of Lichfield springs at Foulwell near Aldershawe with the right to build a stone conduit head there and to pipe the water to the friary about Victoria County History

    Lichfield History to c. 1500

    south-west route was along the later Birmingham Road ; it was described in the 13th century as the way to Aldershawe , to which it continues along Fosseway, known as the Falseway in the late 15th century. 45 Lichfield 1610 Victoria County History

    Lichfield The place and street names, population and boundaries

    area long remained wooded, and compound English place names in the area include references to alder, ash, and elm ( Aldershawe , Ashmore Brook , Elmhurst ). 13 If the forest-name explanation is accepted the fact that Lichfield is 2 Victoria County History

    Lichfield Economic history

    1600) and his son Thomas (d. 1610) were upholsterers. The upholsterer named John Burnes who bought a share of the Aldershawe estate in Wall in 1621 was probably Thomas's son. 308 An apothecary named George Curitwell (or Curitall) was bailiff Victoria County History

    Index A - K

    see metal working Alard , Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey Alban , St., 38 Albert , Prince Consort , 29 Aldershawe , see Wall Aldridge , 79 Aldridge-Brownhills urban dist ., 204, 258, 271 Alexander the porter , 91 Alfred Victoria County History

    Index L - Z

    Rob. of (fl. 1284-5 , ? the same), 287 Wall , 8, 45, 283-94 agric., 291-2 Aldershawe , 1, 8, 37, 96-8, 285, 291-3 Aldershawe Hall estate, 68, 288-9 canal, 286 Castle Croft , 290-1 char., 294 ch., 293-4; plate Victoria County History

    General Index, A, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    108 See also St. Anne and St. Agnes and St. Botolph, Aldersgate. Aldersgate Street , 54, 138, 190, 239, 266 Aldershawe [Aldrenshawe ] , William, 58, 230, 334 Aldgate , 27, 29, 91, 172, 173, 191, 266, 289 -, St. British History Online

    Sessions, 1615, 5 and 6 October, 06 February 1615-17 September 1615

    Skynner. Henry Garrett [Sarett ] . Silvester Hunt. John Farrer [Farroe ] . James Horton. George Cooke. Kentish Town. William Aldershawe [Aldrinshawe ] . Anthony Chapman. Hampstead. Robert Johnson [William Johnson ] . Finchley. Thomas Nicholas John Feild. Names of British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ties, and which had dealt th-the affairs of the nation in stuch a satisfactory marmer. (Appliause.)-Ca~ptain W. B. Harrison, of Aldershawe, prospective Unionist candidate for the Lichfield division, who had a cor- r. dial reception, also spoke. He said he Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    52 10 - J. H. Holder 25 0 Rev C. L; Kirby 2 2 Lady Mordaunt 10 10 Rev Archdeacon Aldershawe .21 0 Rev Dr. Woodcock 10 10 R. Howard, Esq. ..", 105 0 Sir John Simeon Bart. 105 0 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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