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You searched for: Place: "Aston Cantlow", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aston Cantlow [ Plan of Aston Cantlow church ]

    Parishes Aston CantlowASTON CANTLOW Acreage: 4,894. Population: 1911, 896; 1921, 878; 1931, 820. Aston Cantlow is an extensive parish, about 51/2 miles from north-west to south-east, stretching across the valley of the Alne . The main village, consisting of

    Parishes Bearley

    by Wootton Wawen and Langley , on the east by Snitterfield , and on the south and west by Aston Cantlow . The western boundary is formed by a stream running out of Edstone Lake ; this may perhaps be

    Parishes Bentley

    have granted land in Bentley , outside the limits of the park and outwood, to John de Wilmcote of Aston Cantlow at a fee farm rent of 5 marks. 15 This rent was reduced by Sir Andrew de Asteley to

    The hundreds of Warwickshire

    which gave its name to the latter was on the top of a well-marked hill in the parish of Aston Cantlow . The name was long preserved in ' Pathlow House ', shown on many Warwickshire maps, such as Thomas

    Parishes Billesley BILLESLEY HALL Sketch Plan

    but it remained a separate parish in fact. From the main road a by-road runs past the Hall to Aston Cantlow , with a fork westwards to Haselor , and south of the Hall another road comes in from Wilmcote

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, January 1687, 1-4, 01 January 1687-04 January 1687

    John Cooke; John Gardner, of Moreton; William Cowper; William Shakespeare; Francis Atwood; George Nicholls, of Wamsmore; Thomas Ward, of Aston Cantlow; William Burnaby, of Rugby; William More, of the same; Richard Miles and his wife, of Elthropp [Eathorpe ] ;

    Treasury Warrants, August 1716, 11-20, 11 August 1716-20 August 1716

    10 Hately 4 17 6 Smitterfeild 5 14 10 Great Alne 6 7 0 Morton Baggott 7 13 2 Aston Cantlow 8 19 2 Ragley 8 1 1 Tutnell and Cobley 2 18 6 Old Stratford 6 2 2 Henley

    Index, A

    the Temple, 1033, 1045, 1192. -, Stephen, senr. and junr., Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125. -, William, Recusant, Birmingham, 1124. Aston Cantlow (co. Warwick), 1123. - North (co. Oxford), 454. - see Middle Aston. Astry , Sir Samuel, Attorney in the

    Index, U, Z

    6, 242, 484, 638, 698, 837, 1165, 1319, 1483, 1547, 1873, 1979. -, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128. of Aston Cantlow, Recusant, 1123. Wardell , John, perjury, 627. Warden , Mr., shoemaker, Brentford, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nowman, 5, Crowfincor Roand, Shirewsbury. 0634 . CItROG~El~tu ad Provisions.- Wanted, itulation~n,asJunior. Gcosd f ILX references.- Apply, A, B., Aston Cantlow, Hesloy-in- %, Ard~en. 0645 tc ClRC rY nd Pr-ovislous.-Sltuation Wanted, as Assistant. ylX irtcass references.-HL Seambler, 118, IBelgrave Road. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    my WIFE, ANNE REASIN after this notice. iSigued lc lLIAM REIsSIN, + his Mark Stelleld, In the parish of 'Aston Cantlow, WVarn-iokahiro. 226 GOLD MOURNING BROOCH LOST. on Friday miorning last, aGold MOURNING H.U supposd to have dropped batweerm St-ony Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a SITUATION A na or lousokeeper in a Form-houee, where a servant Is kkpt.-Ad- dross, H. 11, Persh &hool,. Aston Cantlow. near Hoaellbl ANTED, Immedlately, a respeetabe idle Gld~gedPPEB901'T as WWorking Houserekper in a place of business. A trustworthy Induotrious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following Parishes, Tolwnships, and lencen, and in the Suppletnental List for ouch District.- Alcster i intearton Arrow I Oversley. ASTON CANTLOW POLLING DISTRICT. PollIng Station at the Church School, Aston Cautlow, for all Voters registered for the following Parishes, Townships, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    best beast in all the classes, the property of and bred by a Warwikekhire tenant-farmer; Mr. T. Wood, of Aston Cantlow, and Mr. B. Bomford, of loister, as wel} as the local committee, also offer a nam- bor of speciai Subscribers-only content

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