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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Maulden

    population. The village straggles along the road from Ampthill to Shefford , and there is a distinct hamlet of Hall End , a continuation of Clophill , which extends into Maulden parish. 2 Most of the cottages are built of

    Parishes Polesworth

    trust for Thomas Corbin of Hall End (q.v.), 120 who in 1688 , a few months before his death, 121 settled the manors of Freasley and Holt Hall and a messuage called Hall End on his daughter Margaret on her

    Parishes Ullenhall

    . Some six or seven small houses scattered about the parish show remains of 17th-century timber-framing: one is thatched. Hall End , a farm-house 3/8 mile south-east of the old church, is an L-shaped building completely of 17thcentury framing with

    West Bromwich Churches

    the Hall End area west of All Saints'; the chaplain was still living in that area in 1526 , but his house was then described as in dec ay. 42 It was in a house at Hall End that the

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Walsgrave-on-Sowe

    to replace an earlier wooden bridge on an adjoining site. 61 There were four streets in the medieval village: Hall End , probably Hall Lane , running from the church to the moated site south of the village; Bridge End

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II - volume 121, May 10-22, 1665, 10 May 1665-22 May 1665

    things fetched out of the stores for that purpose, without his knowledge. [ Adm. Paper . ] May 20. Hall End, near Lichfield. 112. Thos. Corbin to Thos. Hayter. Desires the settlement of his accounts for water dues and other Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 September 1664-30 September 1665

    Chester Jos. Rich. Thos., deposition of Wm., letters of Hall , Capt. Wm. letter of (informer against coiners) Mr. Hall End , letters dated from Halsall , Edw. Jas., petition of Ham Hambledon Hambleton Hamburg Company letters, & c., dated Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1688, 1-15, 02 April 1688-14 April 1688

    of the Buckhounds) a waggon cloth to cover the waggon that carries the dogs. Same to Mr. Corbyn at Hall End near Coleshill in Warwickshire for an account what timber (not fit for the Navy) you think may be felled

    Index, H, I

    employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641. -, -, preacher in the Chapel Royal, 1822. Hall (Linkinhorne, co. Cornwall), 144. Hall End (Coleshill, co. Warwick), 1849. -, Hayes, tenement (co. Oxford), 886. - Ings (Wistow, co. Yorks), 2071. Hallam , Cheyne,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Warstone Lane, Birmingltam, manufacturing jewellers.-Thomss C : Jones, Jobn Pickering, and Edward Bsagh, trrAting as Joues, Pickering, and Baugh, at the Hall End Coliery, West Bromwich, t coalneasters and royalty-mosters; as ?egards John Pickering and I . Edward Blaugh. ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and was accepted. j Early, yesterday morning, a man, walking along d the bank. of the Birmingham Canal, at Hall End, c W.est Bromwicli, found the body of an infant ina the water, and ain hour aftenvards 'the police, whose Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LNr-0(dtablo),11-li . Jilonango rEgler Oainr, EN24 orlol"mlerad ranohing Mmaelne,-8hpwy1 Egner,1ien T3NCINI (orlelontal), Il-hore, wilth fly-wbeel noarly new.-W. E ~Jobnhouo, Hall End Ironworksa, West Dronsw oh. c1342 BRICK-MACHMUN jefi-r) a8UQTr.k- rdyCs B £100, Prdei L50-Addross. P. GS, D IAYLosIt.- ch"4lI 'VDGII-TOOL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liery, ;Mason's, Sampson's, and the Lifter (Oldbury), W. hnle. (arley and Duces), Ebeneer, Hill Top, South Sta iordahire Colliery, Hall End Collierynld. Swann o Pith, .It was aleo reported-that the men ediployed at ie Brickhouse Colliery hnd been offered an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House: jL mIII as groom. wife good sBlain cook; small dairy and baking. ~ -Aply.otatig veeo, aNU. F. ltoris, Hall End, Tawot.o71 7120 1JOTHER'S Help Wanted, in tradesman's house, as Companion wi taudio assist isn direction of house end children; Subscribers-only content

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