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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shustoke

    on a slight hill, with a road running south, and another west to Shustoke Green and then south-west over Blyth Bridge to Coleshill . Church Farm , south of the church, was a timber-framed building of the early 17th century.

    House of Benedictine monks The priory of Blyth

    Blyth Church with the books, ornaments, & c., of the building of the priory and its granges, and of Blyth Bridge (in return for tolls), averaged £17 a year. The jury finally declared that the surplus income of Blyth Priory

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO CORRE SPONDENTS. All letters intended for publication asist be acconpanied bl the -name and address of the 'writer; nst necessanily for osstiicatioso, but, for the information of the Editor. WZeeax"eswerv to questions are not given in. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been appoin~ted 0a magistrate for the borough. L7ONOGTON. muRDEPRouS ATTACK(.-On Wednesdav evening tlh-ee men werermowing in a field at Blyth Bridge, when adis- pute arosebe~tween two of them, one of whom struck th other (Thomas Wingiefeld) in thee side wvith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and unprecedented drought. The man alleged to have seriously wounded THOMAS WINFIELD with a scythe inl a hayfield at Blyth Bridge, on Wednesday, was brought before ] the magistrates at Cheadle, yesterday, and re- manded. WINFIELD was still alive yesterday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday-before his Honour Judge Jordan- Messrs. Pike Brothers, clay merchants, of Warehiam, Dorset, sued Mr. C. B. Allerton, of Blyth Bridge, Long- ton, to recover £32. 6s. 6d., for clay supplied. Mr. Th] T. Boddam (instructed by Mr. A. E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bindley CaLnoocL-Bernard Gilpin, Longford, Cannock, gretleman: William Jones, The Elms, Caunock, blue- '6zio maker. C~vxwAnL.-George Hulme Hawley (C) solicitor, Blyth Bridge, town clerk, and magistrates clerk of Longton; 'Alfred Sobier Bolton (L), gentleman, Moor Court, Oakamoor. Cosztei.-East: Joseph Luther Greenway Subscribers-only content

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