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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Old Swinford

    of Amblecote , which is in Staffordshire , is 3,369 acres. In the Worcestershire part of the parish there were in 1905 6151/2 acres of arable, 9663/4 of permanent grass and only 7 of woods and plantations, while Amblecote included

    Parishes Kington

    sale. 33 Later in the same year John Jordan Haynes and Rebecca his wife sold it to Benjamin Littlewood of Amblecote . 34 Maud, the other daughter of Robert Pipard, seems to have married Henry de Somery, 35 and her

    Wombridge Economic history

    20th century. 90 Glass making began in the coalfield in the mid 1670s when Abraham Bigod, a glass maker from Amblecote (Staffs.), built a glasshouse near Snedshill . Window panes and bottles were still made there in 1696 , 91

    Index K-Z

    Old Park , see Malinslee Old Park Iron Co. , old people , Old Swinford (Staffs. and Worcs.) , see Amblecote ; Stourbridge ; Wollaston Oldbury (Worcs., formerly Salop .) (in Halesowen ) , Oliver : Jas., n , Thos.,

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    1692), Sam., fam., Old Churchmoor , see Churchmoor, Old Old Mint Press , Old Swinford (Staffs. and Worcs.) , see Amblecote ; Stourbridge Oldfie ld , Ric., Olympian Society , National, plate Olympic movement , plate and see Wenlock Olympian

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROGERS, Thomas (1735-93), of The Hill, Amblecote, Staffs.

    of The Hill, Amblecote, Staffs. Constituency Dates Coventry 29 Dec. 1780 27 Feb 1781 Biography Rogers began his career in a Cheapside warehouse business; married his employer’s daughter; became a partner with his father-in-law, and was converted to Presbyterianism by

    GREY, John (by 1540-94), of Enville, Staffs.

    at his father’s death, inherited Enville, some lands in Morfe, a mile away, and the Staffordshire manors of Whittington and Amblecote. His election to Parliament as knight of the shire in 1563 just after reaching his majority, was due to

    STAFFORD, Sir Humphrey II (c 1379-1442), of Hooke, Dorset.

    with their kinsmen, the Erdeswyks, which had been going on since 1373 and revolved around ownership of the manors of Amblecote and Bramshall. The quarrel came to a head in 1401 when Thomas Erdeswyk, the heir of Sir Humphrey's great-uncle,

    ERDESWYK, Hugh (c.1386-1451), of Sandon, Staffs.

    their kinsman, Sir Humphrey Stafford I*, and the latter’s son, Sir Humphrey II*, over the ownership of the manors of Amblecote and Bramshall in Staffordshire. Not long after losing the second of these cases, the two Erdeswyks were again being

    STAFFORD, Sir Humphrey I (d.1413), of Southwick in North Bradley, Wilts. and Hooke, Dorset.

    quarter of a century, came from the west Midlands. His father was a younger son of William Stafford† of Sandon, Amblecote and Bramshall, Staffordshire, and at his death, some time before August 1373, the position regarding the ownership of these

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DUDLEY. wrIr.- #1'lhn n TaE GUEST Hospir08r.-?The annual meeting of the subscribers of this institution was held yesterday. The Rev. Gilbert Bradley presided, and there were present among others-Rev. 1. Gibsoni Mr. Manby, Mr. T. E. Underhill, Mr.: Messitter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boats at Mortlake. r STOURBRIDGE. FATAL ACCIDEcNr AT THE JUNCTIoM STATron.-Abont half-past eight on Tuesday night, Mrs. F. Cookson, of Amblecote, was found on the line at the end of the up I platform at Stourbridge junction. She had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Local Government Boadfraprovisional j Iorder for declaring that certain mainrass were prao- a tically streets in towns, such as in Amblecote, Bileton, e 1I Brierley Hill, IBerslem, B urton-ois-Trent, Fenton, Hands- t worth, Longton, Rowley Regis, Smethwiolr, Stoke-on-Trout, 12 Tipton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to act as clerk of the workr during the execution of the branch drainage at Amblecote -VTho Local Government Board notified that tIlcy had recommended the Loan Commissioners to Vent the 1oau for drainiage purposes at Amblecote at 3yiper cent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0was eliarged, on a cial warrant, with having obtained £C20. by false pre- but pre- tences from iWfARY; THOMAS, at Amblecote, in eve Datly February. it was stated that the prosecutrixha who instituted civil proceedings against the accused, eve derB. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    William, 122, 268. Alyngton. See Allington. Alyns , William, 249. Alynson , Richard, tailor, of London, 735. Alyton. See Alton. Amblecote , Ambelcote [in Old Swinford parish, co. Stafford ] , manor, 78. Ambrose , Christopher, mayor of Southampton, 194. Subscribers-only content

 

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