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    Parishes Bushley

    The manor of Bushley Park has since descended with Pull Court (q.v.). 24 From 1296 to the middle of the 16th century there are frequent references to a windmill appurtenant to the manor of Bushley Park . 25 It may Victoria County History

    Parishes Hanley Castle

    the liberality of Thomas Lechmere , which the Bishop greatly requited by granting to Richard Lechmere a lease of Bushley Park .' 220 Richard died in 1568 and was buried in Hanley Church . 221 His son Edmund ( 1550-1616 Victoria County History

    AVERY, Thomas (d.1576), of Berden and Colne, Essex.

    land grant at Wimbledon, Putney and Roehampton. In the same year he was made master of the hunt in Bushley Park, Worcestershire, an office which carried with it a cottage and some land.[footnote]It was probably after Cromwell’s fall in 1540 History of Parliament

    General Index, B, 01 January 1591-31 December 1594

    Yorkshire Bury , Catherine, widow Fras. Humph. Busby , Peter, priest Bushell , Edw. father of Busher , Jeremy Bushley Park Bushy , family of, pedigree of Busie , Hen., lease to Buswell , Thos., pardon for Butchers' stalls , Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Seaton Daesaal, 3; Chrystabelle, 3; Wilfred, 3; Flahxy, 3; TauzmeiSter, 3; Stuart, 3; Rigmarrole, 3; Haymnaker, 3; Palisandre, 3; Bushley Park 3; Goloonda, 3: Toreador, 3; The PIyx, 3; Roy Neil, 3; Detonator, 3; Lauariscope, 3; Cabin Boy, 3; Sprightly, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    bean rick and several fine hay ricks, which stood contiguous (hereto. A cow, belonging to Mr. John Lord, of Bushley Park; and three sheep, the property of Mr. Aaron Pike, of Mitton Farm, were killed by the electric avid, about Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ellis, of Eastington Hall, Longdon, to Fanny, relict of Mr. Bryant, Tewkesbury, and daughter of the late Mr. Guilding, Bushley Park. Feb. 10, at the Parish Church, Warborough, near Wallingford, Berkshire, Mr. Morris Appleby, of Old Stratford, to Mary, widow Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    a great loss to them all. He and others had been invited there by Mr. and Mrs. Guilding, of Bushley Park, and he begged to drink their healths. (Applause.) This brought the debate to an end, and, as the rain Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    unfortunately the rule and sun shine the sad exception. But it was not so on the occ».ion of the Bushley Park fete, for, ahhough in the early morn Z clouds loured heavily and rain wns imminent, at noon the weather, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    L.L.D , ilenjaimn Geort'e Hall, of the Wood Farm, Malvern Wells, to Eliiabeth, only daughter of Johu Guilding, of Bushley Park. DEATHS. Blundell- April 19, suddenly, at her residence, Samly's-road, in this city, Jaue, the Iwlove.! wife of Edwin Blundell, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and put into the companion's pocket. The two men then went on to land belonging to Mr. Guilding, of Bushley Park, where they met a third man. Witness saw all three come out of tbe fish house, accompanied by two Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PHOTOGRAPHING MALfcFACTORS. Photographs of malefactors hid accumulate i enormously on the hands of the Paris police, and to look through ICO.COO ef them on the oh. nee of recogniz- ing one face became an absurdity. So the total waa Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    gjcterr.ee <xtxb JlrcljaeoL'ogi>. Mr. Cross, the Liverpool naturalist, has receive! from Hungary 15 ruedecr and 11 wolves, which had boe-a caught or trapped in the snow. A present of a snowy owl has just been made to the Zoological Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WORCESTER THEATRE COMPAHY The annual meeting of the Worcester Thenar* Company was held on Tuesday. Mr. D. A. Cooper waa ■n thech ar, and there were present - Messrs. H Row*. F. Dingle E. J. Spark, R J. Surmaa, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WORCESTER TOWN COUNCIL The quarterly meeting was held yesterday at the Guildhall ; the Mayor in the chair. About thirty members were present FiNANcr. - il,e repoit of the Pittance Committee was read by vlr. Paliibk: it set forth Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    *«* Anonymous communications cannot be inserted^-/? On SUNDAY NEXT, the ANNUAL SERMONS, for the benefit of the Sunday Schools connected with ANGEL-STREET MEETING-HOUSE, will be Preached there by the Rev. R. VAUGHAN. Service to begin in the Afternoon at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THB LATB ASSASSINATIONS. Deputations from tha Belfast Corporation and Dublin Chamber of Commerce presented addresses te the Lord Lieutenant on Friday. Karl Spencer, in answer, said- " You oome to me at a time of supreme anxiety and sorrow. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROPOSED AMALGAMATION OP THE FERNHILL HEATH AND CLAINES ST. JOHN'S) CRICKET CLUBS. „A general meeting of the above clubs was held at tho Halt- Way Hou-e, Fernhill Heath, on Monday. There were present- the Rev. W. G. Caaalet (vicc-pr»sident Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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