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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Branston Nonconformity

    was later demolished. 12 A Primitive Methodist chapel built at Rough Hay in 1897 was still open in 1999 as Anslow Methodist church. 13 S.H.C . 4th ser. ii. 91; Cath. Rec. Soc . vi. 309. L.R.O., B/V/1/75/ Burton .

    Horninglow Economic history

    also common to the people of Rolleston , Anslow , and Stretton . 17 The men of Horninglow were still paying the 2 s . fee in 1597 , when those of Anslow paid 3 s . 4 d .

    Branston Economic history

    and covered between 60 a. and 80 a. in the late 16th century. Tenants in Branston , Horninglow , and Anslow , in Rolleston parish, then had unlimited pasture rights there for cattle but had to pay pannage for their

    Burton-upon-Trent Communications

    Needwood forest across Outwood , in Horninglow , and through Anslow , in Rolleston : the name 'Women's Way' was recorded in the late 12th century for the stretch in Anslow . 1 Turnpike Roads The Burton-Lichfield road was turnpiked

    Branston Introduction

    . A boundary change in 1985 transferred land on the north side of the main road at Rough Hay to Anslow civil parish and land bounded by the Trent and Mersey canal and Tatenhill Lane to Tatenhill civil parish. At

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Griffith, Miss Alice Holmes, Meistri Altred Davies, J Berwyn Williams, a'r The Kfymric Glee Singers, a Mr Harry R Anslow. Yr oedd refresh. ments hefyd wedi en parotoi, a chydrhwng pob peth cafvyd noswaith ddifyr ac adeiladol.-G. EGLWYS JEWIN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    irunrmnngers-W. GiU and T: neeler; Hehrietta street, Coventg,.rdeu, linen drApers-B. F. Greenasng C Par- kins. Leeds, stuff mrrchaots-H. and . Anslow Wediesbnru,, Staffdreshi4, giocera-Eyion aiid CM. odatqio Collielies Flint- shiiei 6hil ownehs, and Eytoh hdd Liftlewood, Ailyn Wire Mills, Denbighshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The length of the cable is thirty-three and a-half miles. On Friday, last week, a boy, ten vears old, named Anslow, was found dead in the timber yard of Mr Bellerby, in York. He was covered with a number of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these ladies, Caroline, taking also a life interest in an estate at Anslow, Staffordshire. To her nephew, IV. Davenport Bromley, Esq., her lady-hip has devised the estate of Anslow on the decease of her niece Caroline, leaving him also a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week; 4 lOs. if paid in advance. Strict references re- quired.-Apply, by letter prevail, to A.B., rare of 310 I Anslow, Be-resford street, St Helier, Jersey. rnHE ME TROPOLITAN FREE I HOSPITAL, Devonsloire square, Bishopsgate street, City, N.E., Instituted 1Sf36, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 12 December 1833

    of Gratton ; of Brettel Lane; of Wolstanton and Chesterton ; of Anslow; of Mount Pleasant; of Hollinsclough; of Great Bridge Chapel, Tipton; of Haworth; of Tibthorp; ofFarnley; of RawclifFe; ofDenby Dale; of Hambleton ; of Bashall Eaves; of Richmond Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Amlwch, 284. 349. Ampthill, &c, 279. 369. Ancrum, 388_ Andover, 280. 392. Andrew's, St., 392. Annan, 377. Annesley Woodhouse, 449. Anslow, 369. Anston, 377. Anstruther Easter, 70. Antony, 349. 392. Antrim, 341. Antrim (Two Petitions), 431. Apperly, 392. Appleby, 389. Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    the County of. taken 3d October - 34 Hen. 8. Original Survey of a Tenement, &c. in the Tything of Anslow e, in the Parish of Row Iston, in the County- of Stafford Sept. 1652. Original Survey and Rental of Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1717, 29 January 1718

    4 Geo. I 31 ° Januarii. 699 Mr. Speaker refumed the Chair. the Matter, as it appeared to them, and the Refolutions Mr. Farrer reported from the Committee, That they of the Committee thereupon; which they had directed had Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1717, 3 February 1718

    •;o8 3°—4° Februarii. A. 1717. London and Westminster, and the Suburbs thereof: And the fame was received ; and read the Firft time. Refolved, That the Bill be read a Second time. An ingroffed Bill for Relief of the Subscribers-only content

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