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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Endon ENDON 1991 ENDON (detail) 1991

    in 1988 transferred a block of land along the west side of Endon to Brown Edge civil parish, whilst adding to Endon the Brown Edge part of Stockton Brook in the south-west. As a result the area of Endon and

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    Brough , Nicholson & Hall Ltd.), plate Brount , Wm., Brown : F. A., Jas., Valentine, Brown Edge civil parish , Brown Edge Free Mission , Browne : John (d. 1570), John (fl. 1593), Wm., Brownhill , see Warslow Brownlow

    Townships Walton-le-Dale

    de Curwen lost ten oxen; others lost £10 worth of cows and mares at Anderton . The dyke called Brown Edge , extending to Dene Brook , is mentioned in a grant by Richard de Cliff to his son John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICTNEWS. J JLrA.L&%,1JA X J. V 1,Sk. - ,BROMSGROVYE. of CRURT,TY TO A Hossse-At the Petty Sessions, yestcr- la day--before Al~. R. Smallwood and the Rev. Canon Eaton -Join- Jackson, of Birmninghiam, was charged with ill- s) tratn aIor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nistrict 5tws. DUDLEY. r[HE PARISH OIIOANIST.-TO the Editor of tfre Daily Pest-Sir, lowing your love of and free discussion on all things blishled in your celauns, I believe I shall not be appealing in ,n for space to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trea- day, was sentenced to sevendsys' impnisonuslenl. IIRSLIUit ToeNIO SorYF PACSIC.-AIr. Powsells tonic sol-fa classes cae5s2 Tinter's Wood, near Brown Edge, a romanstic spot, surrousided by a Mtle expanse of ptcturesq-ne landscape; as the scene of their xcursioat of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; James Aldridge, ceal dealer, Bucknall, £1.; Lewis Cooper, grocer, William Hewthorne, coal dealer, Badley ige, £1. LukeLeak; grocer, Brown Edge, 10s. ; John Hanley, greengoe.L erBS Fell Street, Hanley, £1. ; fleorgo Wright, grocer Ccer. Vale, Bus Richard Bridgwoed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weights and measures, was ordered to pay a fine of 40s., and costs 19s. Od. -Joseph Chadwick, coal dealer, Brown Edge, was chargad with refusinglto produce for the Inspectig of thb Inspectog of WYeights and Measures, the scales used by Subscribers-only content

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