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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheslyn Hay

    Staffs . ii. 169. S.R.O., Gamekeepers' Deputations. Shaw , Staffs . ii. 203; H. M. Lane , Lane of Bentley Hall ( 1910 ), 25-26. Pitt , Staf fs . 263. White, Dir. Staffs . ( 1834 ; 1851). See

    Brewood Introduction, manors and agriculture OLD SMITHY COTTAGES. Dean Street . BREWOOD .

    Ibid. 168-71. Ibid. 172-4. Ibid. 176-88; H. M. Lane , Lane of Bentley Hall ( 1910 ), 9-18. S.H.C . 1910, 188. Lane, Lane of Bentley Hall , 20. Ibid. 21. W.S.L., C.B. Brewood , Abstract of Title to The

  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, February 1639, 01 February 1639-28 February 1639

    referred to was the Providence. See No. 564 at page 490 above. Penelope widow of Paul Viscount Bayning of Bentley Hall, Essex, who died 11 June 1638, the daughter and sole heir of Sir Robert Naunton. Cal. S.P. Dom. 1637-8,

    Index, B, 01 January 1636-31 December 1639

    , Nave in Hainault [Nord, France ] : duke of Candales advances to, 254. Bayning , Paul viscount, of Bentley Hall, Essex , 501 n . -, -, Penelope, widow of : expected marriage to Lord Fielding, 501 marries Philip

    Charles I - volume 395, July 1-31, 1638, 01 July 1638-31 July 1638

    the inrolment. [ p . ] July 5. Herald's certificate of funeral of Paul Viscount Bayning, who died at Bentley Hall, Essex, on 11th June 1638. He married Penelope, daughter and sole heir of Sir Robert Naunton and Penelope his Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fnr away. Bloxsvichi tend Essington, thicknly studded with well grown nnd fdourishing timber; a little to tie lelt is Bentley Hall, whnici was for a short time thle hiding place of King Charles, and sonere once livetl Colonsel or Cnininiin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Wolverhampton. Mr. MIotteram appeared for the prosecution. The lead was stolean florn the covering of a window of Bentley Hall, ublich is in the occuipation of the Rev. G. H. Fishes, on the 11th of July, and was afterwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The houses of the principal residents were visited, and liberal amounts were obtained. From Willanhall the procession moved to Bentley Hall, the residence of the Rev. G. IH Fisher, who, after listening to several well sung hymns and carols, gave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    returning whence they came. The night came on before we had walked a mile. However, on we went to Bentley Hall, twomilesfromrWednesbury. One or tworanbefore to tell Mr. Lane that they had brought Mr. Wesley before his Worship. Mr. Lane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Jane Lane, of Bentley," will be a famous name so long as England reads the history of her kings. Bentley Hall, the residence of the celebrated Colonel Lane, and the scene of the most romantic episode in the career of Subscribers-only content

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