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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheslyn Hay

    Cheslyn HayCHESLYN HAY The civil parish of Cheslyn Hay , formerly an extraparochial liberty, lies two miles south of Cannock , and shares with it a boundary formed by the Wyrley Brook. To the east and north-east it is

    Great Wyrley

    the Wash Brook , a county responsibility by 1830 when it was described as new. 1 The boundary with Cheslyn Hay on the north-west was readjusted under the Staffordshire Review Order of 1934. Little Wyrley (in the parish of Norton

    Hospitals Freeford, St Leonard

    made in 1266 to the master and brethren of the hospital. 4 In 1280- 1 William Trumwyn, keeper of Cheslyn Hay in Cannock Forest, gave the lepers the salted carcass of a buck which had been killed by wolves in

    Shareshill

    tenants of Great and Little Saredon seem to have been able to secure the lease of common rights in Cheslyn Hay within the forest to the east, and as a result there was a clash during the reign of Henry

    Cannock Churches, schools and charities

    after the first visit by Hugh Bourne to the area in 1810 at the invitation of David Buxton of Cheslyn Hay . The movement had two main centres in this area, Cannock and Cannock Wood . As early as 1808

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, November 1648, 01 November 1648-30 November 1648

    by Thos. Leveson to And. Gifford in 1640, for 12 years, issuing out of coal and iron mines in Cheslyn Hay, co. Stafford, and paid regularly till Gifford's death, about 6 years ago, and allowance also of the said 600 Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 22 November 1830, 22 November 1830-22 November 1830

    are thereunto subscribed: Cheslyn Hay: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Christian Society and Congregation of Methodists of the New Connexion worshipping at Cheslyn Hay Chapel, in the Township of Cheslyn Hay , whose Names are

    Cases before the Committee, August 1650, 01 August 1650-31 August 1650

    100 409 16 July 1652. Discharge from sequestration of houses near Wolverhampton, and the manors and prebends of Wolverhampton, Cheslyn Hay, and Hatherton, co. Stafford. forfeited by 17 18 Leveson, and bought from the Treason Trustees by John Baker and Subscribers-only content

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    Welford; Darlington; Low Row Chapel, Swaledale; Gunnerside Chapel, Swaledale; Reeth; Wolfdale; Keyston; Pembroke Dock; Fishguard; Huggate; Lane End; Lane-Delph; Cheslyn Hay; Brunswick Chapel, Shelton; Upper Hanley; Bucknall; Cobridge; Bethesda Chapel; Shelton; Burslem; Stafford; Cheadle; Tunstal; Stone; Wolstanton; Burslem; Beaumaris; Chester;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wigan, Lancashire, mialtster. [Adlington and Co. Brdford rowe T. DB-kin, Nottingram, cabinet maker. [Gresbam, Castle street, Holborn. T. Wilson, Cheslyn Hay, Staffordsbire, victualler. [Heline and Co. New inn. S. Hlarey. Wellingore, Lincolnashire, maltoter. [Scott and Bennett, Lincoln's inn fields,' 0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    much interest. The first witness called was a widow named Rebecca Whitehouse, aunt of the prisoner, and living at Cheslyn Hay, who stated that on Friday, the 1,0th of June, the pri- soner was at her house with her illegitimate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patrick's Place, Stailord, shoe manufacturer. y EVAN JoNES, formerly of Wyrley Bank,-Wyrley, grocer and banksonan, and now of Littlewood, Cheslyn Hay, near Waisall, t Stnffordshire, banksaor n. - f Gieous E oji: T, residing at 75, Liverpool Road, Buralem, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N r- Evans (10), Emanuel Amos (7), and James Malhonok (6) p were charged with killing four ducks, at Cheslyn Hay, on the 22nd August, belonging to Ann Tudor. Mahoney, being under seven years of age, was discharged, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in own handwriting, No. 870,_Daily Post. o7122 DAINTERS.-Wantod, two or three Houoo Painters; one who Iccgrain preferred.-Apply. J. Crutehisy,. Cheslyn Hay, Cannorlr.cdi JDAINTERS.-Waneud, a gsod Crainer and Writer, for Perma- JI nneny Wanted, good Painters.-Apply, F. Bradley and Son, 29, Subscribers-only content

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