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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and other figures

    8. Agricultural Depression causes alleged in 1341 " 73 Fig. 9. Taxed Wealth in 1327 " 74 Fig. 10. Church Aston 1681 " 124 Fig. 11. Market Drayton and Little Drayton Open Fields c . 1780 " 170 Fig. 12.

    Stirchley Churches

    a turn is not known. 26 By 1655 the advowson had passed to Muriel, daughter of Francis Watson of Church Aston , later wife of Robert Leicester . 27 The Leicesters sold it in 1669 to Rosamund Revell (d. 1690)

    Dawley Manors and other estates

    in Elizabeth I 's reign. 56 The freehold seems to have been acquired by John Watson (d. 1606) of Church Aston . 57 The estate descended to his granddaughter Muriel and thereafter, with the advowson of Stirchley , to the

    Lilleshall Communications

    126-7, 132, 138, 140-1. Hadfield , op. cit. 238; D. R. Adams and J. Hazeley , Survey of the Church Aston - Lilleshall Mining Area ( Salop . Mining Club Acct. vii, 1970 ), 51. Shropshire Mag . May 1954

    Lilleshall Growth of settlement 17th- Century Lilleshall

    from which the parish took its name, 48 was settled by 963, when Headford brook was the boundary between Church Aston and the 'lil sæte'. 49 By the 16th century the church and most of the village's houses lay along

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solicitor, Birmingham. Sol THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. IN THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY FOR THE BIRMINGHA3I D1STRICr. VFHOMAS DOODY, of Church Aston, near New' .L port, ill the county of Salop, Timber Merchant, Surveyor, dealer and ciianuan, having been adjudged Banklupt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11, at Bankrupts' Court, Birmingham. RBICHARD WAT1Ilca, Ross, grocer, April 7, at 12, at Baukrupts' Court, Birmiugham. TnOMAS DOODY, Church Aston, tiiiber merchant, April 7i at 12, at Bankrupts' Court, Birminglham. WILLIAOEWIUITE EEIUDAY, Wolverhampton, auctioneer, April 7, at 12, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adid. lIst oxam. and dis. 11 N. Hill, Worcester. farmer, last examination and dis ..... ....... 11 T. Doody, Church Aston, tihber mier chant, last exam. and die. .. 11 11. Keel, Wolyeranipjton, lht mlanufacturer, last exam, and dis. 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. SIIAW HsO, of St P ,T Road, West Hmetliwick. No cards, On the 30th Inst., at the Parish Church Aston, (by the hev. iletf Pseale, Vicar,) JoenN HxssNY, third son of Li~. Joei EVA>SiO Edaboeton. to Ex~saA'elmis, daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wife of CnAnRL70 OCAM1BERS, late of 26, Lionel dtreetof a eon, MARRIED. On the 16th Inst., at the Priaih Church Aston (by the Rev. G. Pesky, fOLA., HAtroRtl) 1'Ai5Xklt, onip son of Mr. Charles- Abraham arater, of Stanford to MARY, Subscribers-only content

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