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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lillingstone Dayrell

    there is now no trace of the buildings above ground. A little to the east of the site at Chapel Green are the remains of the 15th-century chapel of St. Thomas of Canterbury . This chapel was apparently founded by

    Parishes Napton-on-the- Hill

    by the church , and by a windmill whose predecessors can be traced as far back as 1543. 2 Chapel Green , the southern end of the village, perhaps preserves the memory of a chapel of St. Laurence in which

    Parishes Fillongley

    chimney. There are hamlets at Wood End in the east of the parish, Green End in the west, and Chapel Green (a name which can be traced back to 1595) 4 in the southwest near Old Fillongley Hall . East

    Parishes Therfield

    mentioned in 16 th-century Court Rolls . 14 The pound is situated at Hay Green near Haywood Lane . Chapel Green lies a mile to the south of the village. The open arable fields were inclosed in 1849 , 15

    Index A - K

    Prot. nonconf., 243-4, 247 races, 250 rds., 166 schs., 255, 258-60 canals, see Bloxwich , communica- tions cemetery, 223 Chapel Green , see Bloxwich , El- more Green chapelwardens, see Bloxwich , churchwardens chars. for poor, 267-8, 270-5 chs., 81,

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