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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    the class of documents at the British Museum here cited as ' Norris Deeds ' has been re-named ' Aston Hall Charters.' The Towneley Manuscripts denominated G G and R R are in the British Museum ; C C is

    List of illustrations

    Antiquities of Warwickshire , ii ( 1730 ) " 60 Aston Hall : visit of Queen Victoria , 1856. Coloured print by R. T. Leitch " 61 Aston Hall : ground floor plan. Drawn by M. Edwards from an early-20th-century

    Parishes White Ladies Aston

    of the village, to which the many half-timber cottages with their thatched roofs give a characteristic and unspoiled appearance. Aston Hall , a farm-house at the lower end of the village, is a half-timber L-shaped house two stories in height,

    Domesday Book 1300-1540 AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION CAUSES ALLEGED IN 1341 TAXED WEALTH IN 1327

    Inq. Misc . iv, pp. 112-13. Ibid.; S.R.O. 552/1A/1. N.L.W., Aston Hall 5318; S.P.L., Deeds 9777; S.R.O. 552/1A/8, 11. N.L.W., Aston Hall 6918; S.P.L., Deeds 9777. N.L.W., Aston Hall 6918. S.P.L., Deeds 7322, 7531. Ibid. 5922, 7244. 7325, 7327, 9766.

    Manors

    Aston Hall , 6 and Thorpe plan facing p. 6. Bloe MS. 5. A date between 1730 and 1744 has also been suggested: Country Life , 20 Aug. 1953 , 555. Aston Hall , 11; see p. 271. Aston Hall

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Dorothy Halford

    Details Dorothy Halford in religion Dorothy Maria a S Joachim Died 1828 16 Jun in Aston Hall

    Mary Simeon-Weld

    Details Mary Simeon-Weld in religion Mary Gertrude Born in Aston Hall Died 1801 12 May in Winchester father Thomas Simeon Weld Esq mother Mary Fitzherbert

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae yr adroddiad a wnaed genym ychydig yn ol," ebe'r Church IHerald, " fod Mr. Gladstone wedi prynu etifeddiaeth Aston Hall, yn Ngogledd Cymru, a'r hyn a wedid gan rai papyrau y pryd hwnw, er- byn hyn yn hollol sicr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iddo ateb y diben. Bu Mr. Gladstone yr wythnos hon yn llenwi y swy id o ganolwr rhwng glowyr Aston Hall, sir Fflint, &'u meistri. Mlae y glowyr byn yn awT yn sefyll allan er's oddeutu tri mis mnewn canlyniad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Henderson, Rock Ferry, Mr Thomas LIaurence Meredith, Farridon, a Miss Louisa Tomlinson, merch y diweddar E Tmrn. linson, Aston Hall, Sir Gaer, a nith i Mr. Samuel Dale, Dee Side, Holt. iDWARDS-HTTGHES-Ar yr 23ain cynfisol, yn nghapel y Methodistiaid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bear comparison with those of that society."- 'Wolverhampton Chronde:' LoaD Bnoconsxi-The executors of the late Mr James Watt, of Aston Hall, have announced that there is no truth in the report of a sum of money having been bequeathed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4,000 votes for the northern division of Warwickshire. He did not wish to conceal the place he meant-it was Aston Hall. He believed that on the plan mentioned by Mr Cobden, this estate might be easily secured. Mr Cutler, of Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Birmingham, Aston Hall

    Place Birmingham, Aston Hall Birmingham, Aston Hall, Warwickshire, England Now known as: Birmingham, Aston Hall, West Midlands, England Queen Victoria visited Aston Hall twice. She came first as a young Princess, on a tour of the country with her mother,

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Other documents

    156 Kitty & Nelly James Belt 29 Oct. 1774 Patuxent 545 Brothers George Buchanan 8 Dec. 1774 Patapsco 378 Aston Hall Thomas Parker 9 Jan. 1775 Patapsco 188 Richmond Robert Love 12 Jan. 1775 Wye 95 Generous Friends Richard Nairn

    Journal, February 1780, Volume 87, 01 February 1780-28 February 1780

    1780, referring the petition of Timothy and William Curtis, praying leave to export to Jamaica, on board the ship Aston Hall , sixty barrels of gunpowder, for the use of privateers. fo. 25 . Their lordships, upon consideration of the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 21 May 1832, 21 May 1832-21 May 1832

    Majesty, created Baron Amesbury of Kintbury, Amesbury and Barton Court , in the County of Berks , and of Aston Hall , in the County of Flint , with Remainder to the Heirs Male of his Body, was (in his

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1776-31 May 1782

    Sophia , 45. Atelope , 231. Antigua Planter , 95. Appalachiesla , 74. Ariadne , 56. Astianax , 86. Aston Hall , 295. Augustus Caesar , 382. Aurora , 114, 121,271, 277, 440. Basse Terre , 341-2. Beaver , 294.

    Index

    31a, 35b, 125a Parker Capt, master of the Fonseca , 136; letters via, 136-7 Capt Thomas, master of the Aston Hall , 163 parliament , 37; house of commons, 36, 129-30a; house of lords, petitions to, 129-30a, 157c; see also

 

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