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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannington Cannington (southern part) 1839

    to have developed as scatters of houses around a green, and a similar settlement had emerged at Bradlake, later Bradley Green , by 1494 . 31 The first two disappeared, Knoll Green in the early 19th century. 32 Rodway was

    Parishes Fladbury

    of Fladbury was relieved of liability to further contributions in consideration of his payment of a lump sum. 11 Bradley Green is to the north of the parish, and Stock Green lies to the s outh on the Inkberrow boundary.

    Index A-J

    Seymour Boyton : Margery, see Lyf Ric., Bozun : Joan, see Sydenham Rob., Bradford , fam., Bradley , Peter, Bradley Green , see Cannington Bradney : Ant. of, rector of Bawdrip , Beatrice of, see Vautort Humph., Joachim of, Jordan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darlham, merchant- October 1, E. 3I. Hadaway, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, grocer-October 5, W. Wheeler, Cleobury 3tortimer, Salrp, miller-October 7, T. Doorbar, Bradley Green, Staffordshire, wheeltvright. Scetch0 Sequeestratiou.-J. and D. Sim, Elgin, boot makers. Birtls.-On the Ist inst., Lady Mary Hoid, of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cross Street, Chertdl, Staforuishire, g grocer and confectloner. 23 CHAoRLYZ WAsLEnn, 70, High Street, Congleton, Cheshire, late 63 of Bradley Green, Staffordshire, grocer. ,D-WARD COsP, Old Lion Wharf, Old Hill, and Vaterflli 51 Lane Old Hll, Staffordshire coal merchant. 51 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDWARD 'Towr, 43, Caldmore Road, and Brace Street, Walsall, formerly of Green Lane, WalsalD, baker and confectioner. JosN BILDnBsyuV, Bradley Green Coilieries, Bliddulpl,, Stafford. shire, collery proprietor. -ROBaERT BoYcorr, Hay Bridge, Wellington, Salop, beerseller'e 6 manager snd boler-maker CHAnRLNs EvANsoN, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at two and four months, seoured, and unani- mously cccepted,-A meeting of the creditors of John Bradbury, colliery owtner, Bradley Green, Staffordshire, was held on Tuesday, at Congleton. The' statement of affairs showed liabilities amounting to 228,146. Os. 8d. (of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IJQeN WILLIuAS, 12, Ryland Street, Birminghamn, tailor and draper. JAcon Lowit, Normsncott Road, Longlon, stonerason. SAMUIL CoTrrsr.l,, Buwton Street, Bradley Green, near Con. gleton, Staffordshire, builder. Girossz Hiusue, White Lion Tavern, Stone Bridge, St. Leonard, Bristol,licensed victualler. Gronoz SAISe1r1VrasT, Golden Subscribers-only content

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