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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Radmore

    Cistercian foundation in Staffordshire grew out of a hermitage at Radmore in Cannock Forest near the present hamlet of Cannock Wood , some 3 miles east of Cannock . 1 King Stephen granted Radmore, probably between 1135 and 1139 ,

    Cannock Manors and economic history CANNOCK

    coal. 409 Three colliers of Cannock Wood occur in 1601 410 and a collier of Hednesford in 1603 , 411 and in 1688 Lord Paget granted a lease of his mines at Cannock Wood , ' Newhay ', and elsewhere

    Cannock Churches, schools and charities

    Cannock Wood was also registered as a meeting-house for Primitive Methodists. 196 This was superseded by the house of John Linney at Cannock Wood in 1811 . 197 Although there was serious dissension among the Primitive Methodists at Cannock Wood

    Teddesley Hay

    tenants in Acton Trussell and Bednall and with their common way through it for driving their cattle to ' Cannock Wood and Cannock Heath '. 19 A park in Teddesley Hay, mentioned in 1589 , 20 and 'le coppy' there

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    distribution in Christmas week among the poor of Fulfen , Burntwood , Burntwood Green , Edial , Woodhouses , Cannock Wood (in Cannock ), Gentleshaw (in Longdon ), and Hammerwich . The management of her charitable bequests was entrusted to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Thomas Powell, labourer, was arrested on Wednesday charged with stealing an overcoat, the property of Caleb Slater of Cannock Wood, in September last. Sergeant Banton afterwards searched the house where prisoner had been lodging, and found among his effects Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    district. The parish of Cannock comprises 20,000 acres, and is divided into the slxtownehlps of Cannock, Great Wyrley, ,Euntingdon, Cannock Wood, Leacroft, and Hednea ford, the latter being well known to "turfites" for its famous training ground. The population is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moiv prepared to deliter their Old l'ark Co. y Railway, in truecs, to aol Statirmna, froei tweir Colliery, at Cannock Wood, near Heduesford. I he Old Park Coal is very strsiig amid enidneing, at first-rate Stuemi, Crafl, and wesl suited Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prepared to deliver their Old ILT Park Coal by Pailway, In trucks, to all Stations, from their Collier, at Cannock Wood. near Hedneaford. Th Old Park Coal is very strong and enduring, a first-rate Steam Coal, and well suited for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (LIBITED). lIHE Consmpany ore no prepared to deliver their Old ParkCoal bysRailway, intrucksto &all Stations, from their Colliery, at Cannock Wood, near Hledseaford. T'he uld Park Coal is very strong and eniduring, a first-rate Steam Coal, and well sested for Subscribers-only content

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