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    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, May 1762, 1-10, 01 May 1762-10 May 1762

    ; and for repairing and widening the Road branching out of the said Road at Coleorton Church , over Coleorton Moor , and through Worthington and Sutton Bonington , to Rempston in the Counties of Leicester and Nottingham ;" to British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, June 1762, 01 June 1762-30 June 1762

    Leicester ; and for repairing and widening the Road branching out of the said Road at Coleorton Church over Coleorton Moor , and through Worthington and Sutton Bonington , to Rempston in the Counties of Leicester and Nottingham ." "36. British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, May 1762, 11-20, 11 May 1762-20 May 1762

    ; and for repairing and widening the Road branching out of the said Road at Coleorton Church , over Coleorton Moor , and through Worthington and Sutton Bonington , to Rempston in the Counties of Leicester and Nottingham ." The British History Online

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    times and knocked her down. - Fined £1 ls. and coats or 21 days' hard la- bour Isaac Smallwood, Coleorton Moor, raUway labourer, Thos. Jervis, of Swannington, labourer, and George Clough, of Pegg's Green, were severally charged with having on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By ORCHARD and SON, On Friday, the 13th February, 1885, on the Premises at Coleorton Moor Farm, 00 BEASTS, viz. :- ll in calf cows, one new milch fw O and three barren ditto, three Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    William Kitchen, farmer, Braunstone ; John Moseley, farmer, Donington ; Henry Moseley, farmer.Netherseal ; Robert H. Plow- wright, farmer, Coleorton Moor ; John H. Poynor, farms*, O.gathorpe ; Edwin Snaps, farmer, Wilson; James Smith, grocer, Donington. The Chairman, in hb Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    not right. On tbe Thursday morning she came aad brought with ber the direction, whicb was-" Mr. John Brewin, Coleorton Moor, Leicestershire ;" and in reply to his question, she told Mr. P. sbe lived at Mr. Hardy's, Gallowtree-gate, and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to by the Conservaties on the ground ot non -residence. He deposed, that his wife and family resided on Coleorton Moor, but that he had lived some years in Sycamore-lane, in this town, and had not been at Coleorton more Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I»*hTOTICE is hereby given, that a MEETING of the CRE- -1 *•*■ L>l TORS of THOMAS POTTER, late of Coleorton Moor, in that part of it which lies in the parish of Swannington, in the county «f Leicester, Potter, afterwards Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    5. (Before IL Brewin, Esq. Mayor, J. Biggs, J. Oldacres, T. Paget, sen. and I. Hodgson, Esqrs.) Joan Heywood. Coleorton Moor, was committed for trial nn a charge of stealing three pail brushes, the property of Tobias Green, Grauby-street. Shephard Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    8 *!? 6 SSrV* *•*■ houw of h » nephew, at Whitwick, aged QJj Mr. W. Stinson, late of Coleorton Moor, hosier. Same day, aged 51, Mr. Daniel Frenoh, of Great Bowden. At Grantham, on Tuesday last, Frances, second daughter Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    D.ivis, and Mr. Joseph Danut, of War- rington, in Lancashire. Two brothers, John and Joseph Farnham, were taken up al Wedgbury, in Warwick-shire, and are detained oa a charge of horse-stealing. Tbe parties say tbat tbey come (rom Coleorton Moor. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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