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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Whalley

    iii, 192. George Shuttleworth held Asterley in 1563 , when a claim against him was made by John Crombock and Edward Braddyll; Ducatus Lanc . ii, 260. George died in 1593 holding a messuage called Asterley , and lands in


    (d. 1824), 188 John (d. 1875), 188 W. J., 190 Wm., 188 -, see Harris , Miss fam., 188, 190 Asterley , see Kiddington Aston , Thos. de, 49 Aston , Steeple, 67, 188 Aston , Middle, in, 75 Aston-le-Walls

    Social and economic history

    20 acres; Taynton (W.) and Chadlington (W.), 40 acres; Gildon (S.), 15 acres; Yarnton ( Central ), 32 acres. At Asterley near Kiddington a carucate of 60 acres occurs, and at Warborough a hide of 96 acres. Leadam, op. cit.

    Parishes Wardington

    c . 1225 136 and as a result of his marriage to Sibyl de Saussaye , heir of Kiddington and Asterley , those two manors descended with Williamscot until 1559. In 1232, Richard being dead, Sibyl made fine for the

    Ecclesiastical history

    ( notorie impeditus ). In the fifteenth century we have a few cases of the union of parishes. In 1466 Asterley was united with Kiddington , 148 and in 1453 Boulney with Harpsden . 149 In each case it was

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Cripplegate Ward, Cripplegate Ward Within, St Lawrence Precinct

    (Widow) 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Lloyd , John 5.20 26.00 0.00 0.00 King , - (Widow) 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 Asterley , - (Widow) 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 West , Thomas 8.00 40.00 1.20 100.00 Colcott , Robert 2.40 12.00

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1578

    Cooke also of Heston yoman were to gether in the stable of the house of Sir Thomas Gresham knt. called Asterley in the parish of Heston, and railed at one another with abusive speech, when Harmond Johnson with his right

    Cecil Papers, 1562-1597, 01 January 1562-31 December 1562

    lands include the demesne at Leigh, which provide an annuity for his brother Reynold, and tenements situated in Aston Pigot, Asterley, Minsterley, Worthen, Sibdon Carwood, and the manor of Medlicott, in Salop, and Great and Little Hem in Montgomeryshire. The

    Declared Accounts, Excise

    due to several Country Collectors (Charles Frith, late Collector, Sheffield; Edmund Aram, Cornwall; John Meadows, Oxford; John Vero, Taunton; Paulet Asterley, ditto; William Walbank, Norwich; Morris Price, Bristoll; William Feast, Cambridge; John Natt, Chester; Thomas Broughton, Cornwall; John Cowley, Derby;

    Declared Accounts, Salt

    money due and payable for the several Salt Duties: s. d. Biddeford (William Petty) 1,794 7 6 Bishops Lidiard (Pawlett Asterley) 277 2 11 ditto (John Pavie) 99 8 4 Bristoll city and port (Christopher Cole) 3,224 0 10 Chepstow

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pryd hwnw gan y y Temilwr Da. 2. Penodwyd lMr. Owen, N. P. .Bank, yn drysorydd, yr fle Mr. Asterley, y diweddar drysor- ydd, yr hwn sydd wedi ymadael a'r dref. 3. Pender- 3d tynwyd cael reading desks i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Friday last in the following cases :-Thomas Purslow, a youth about twelve years of age, was employed at the Asterley Colliery, on the bank, his duty being, when he heard the signal bell, and when a basket of coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Olde stcblislElod BUSINESS, it the L Grocry, Dralery, Irmeriongery, snd General Cotitrtry Tra-lh, bavicg a edeecollnoctioll.-Aplely to Mr. Wis. L. Asterley, Llainsey- necie, Irer Oswestry. ,9e7 9 CrOPNElt GROCERY aml PRlOVISION TRADE, Popluloeus tj locality. C'lesuncd but oneo iu tielrty-four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Elder', of Neenton, in tbe VV county Of Salrtp, Grazler, anti deallsrg to Oattlie. and carrying on trrrltrco at Asterley Newt Cetiliery, near 'orntehnury. fintho afnrenrald cminrty offSairnir in Co-iatntrerolril with J0roep Ctolok stirs Jt'lr 'Tirseans as Csrslrrateres, krrcwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS AND OTHERS. TT¶O be LET, all that valuable and Productive .5.COLLIERY, known as "ASTERI2Y COLLtEltY." situate at Asterley. one mile end a half from Mineterley Terminuse and Pontes- .bur Station, with good roeds to both; together with Subscribers-only content

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