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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Blockley

    mentioned as early as 1383 2 and White Quarry in 1506 . 3 The parish includes the hamlets of Aston Magna , Ditchford, Dorn , Draycott , Northwick and Paxford . The village of Blockley lies in the south-west part

    The woollen industry before 1550

    -56; see Ramsay, Wilts . Woollen Industry , 7 sqq. They also bought from Cotswold graziers, as once from Aston Magna . Ramsay suggests (op. cit. 6) that 'a Wilton clothier' bought wool regularly from Devon , but the document

    Index A - Z

    Dugdale , 105 ' Aston ' (' Eston ') (? Easton Piercy in Kington St. Michael ), 301, 309 Aston Magna ( Oxon .), 144 n Athelam , see Adlam Atholl , duke of, see Murray Atworth , in Bradford-on-Avon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for trial:-Samuel Woodhouse, manslaughter at Cradley, near Stourbridge; Edward Franklin, manslaughter at Hales Owen ; John Grimmitt, manslaughter at Aston Magna; Joseph Robinson, manslaughter at Dudley; Elizabeth Io berts, concealment of birth at Severn Stoke; Sarah Swaithe, concealment of birth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two months. ALLEGED MANSLAUGHSITER AT AarokN MAnNA.-John Griminet (82), laheurer, was charged with the manslaughter of George Masnon, at Aston Magna, On thle 16ue July. Mr. Benson pro- serultedl Mr. Miattlsess anti Mr. G4odson defended theo prisoner. Thie chief witness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Blockley Railway Station, andj then going away at a rattling lace to Aston Magna, finishing by the Brook Mill, some dlis- tance beyond Aston Magna. The rim occupied about two hours and a half, the pace almost alwayk being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    decarrtori WerLraor LUCAS, Olelbury, engineer and braes and iron founder. W ILlIAMj R. SrrTIr, Trudington, Worcesterslire, farmer CIHARLE.S IIAL}ORD, Aston Magna, Blockley, Wercacltel tie, keeper. CruR L ESs R. 3LAyon, Ilanloy, parlan manufaciturer HILENA 00nosron, Ermiley, milliner. TrIONeAs BIrII. Walsall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. Peter's, Hammer- f smith, vicar of Wythall, Worcestershire. Rev. Wim. Gilbert, M.A., vicar of Hogsthorpe, vicar of Aston Magna, r l Worcestershire. Rev. C. J. Jones, M.IA., rector of Staun- C e ton, Gloucestershire; patron, lter. E. Machen, Subscribers-only content

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