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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eastham

    HANLEY CHILD AND ORLETON Estham (xi cent.). This parish lies 11/2 miles south of Newnham Bridge station, to the south of the River Teme , the river forming its northern boundary. It is extremely irregular in out line, Hanley Child

    Parishes Hanley William

    who held it as two manors. 2 One of these estates must have been HANLEY WILLIAM and the other Hanley Child , but it is impossible to identify them. Atkyns states 3 that Gilbert Fitz Turold forfeited all his estates

    Parishes Holt

    . 16 He had returned to England by Michaelmas 1348, at which time he bought a small estate at Hanley Child , and settled it on himself and his wife Isabel for life, with successive remainders to his sons William

    Parishes Stoke Bliss

    to Edward Pytts. 58 An estate called HULL in Kyre Parva 59 seems to have followed the descent of Hanley Child during the 16th century, 60 passing from the Crofts to the Hackluits, for John Croft leased his ' Hall

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Persons and Places, H, I, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    embargo on, 429, 1212. twine, 1094. wine from 423. Hamelot , Peter, loan by, 914. Hamerly Child . See Hanley Child. Hamesland . See Foxhall. Hamfrith Woods . See West Ham. Hamill , Hugh, colonel, royal bounty for, 236. Hamilton

    Index, C

    , Katharine wife of William, 927. -, William, 927. -, -, son of William, of London, 927. Childernhanley. See Hanley Child. Childwall , Lancs, Speke in, 861. Chilgrove [in West Dean ] , Sussex, Brooms in, 275. Chilham , Kent, Subscribers-only content

    Index, H,I

    Adwick le Street ] , Yorks, manor, 548. Hanley , Chesh. See Handley. Hanley [Castle ] , Worcs., 811. Hanley Child , Childernhanley, Worcs., 277. Hanney , West, Westhanney, Berks, 971. Hanningfield , East, Esthanyngfeld, Essex, 364. -, Claydons manor Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    broughton; C. Hinton, farmer, Ribbesford; F.n Hip- kiss, brick manufacturer, Cradley; H. Johnson. civil engineer, Dudley; J. Morris, farmer, Hanley Child; H. Morris, miller, Tenbury; T. Price, farmer, Ribbes- ford; J. Roycroft, agent, Cradley; B. B. Baylis, grocer, Tenbury. Tho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    presented with handeeme illuminated addresses and some useful p eserits, including a dining room clock, -by She parishioners -of Hanley Child and Hanley William. Worcestersbire, in reoognition of their work in those 3irisbes. WILL o0 ALDERIM&Y LzEcEa-Tbewill of AldermaIn Charles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do Kirth Mr Erizinghall , Robinson Mrs ft Miss Kirth Miss do Longton Stanstleld Mr do Ridgway Miss J Hanley Child Miss do I Ridgway Miss M do Arltngha.ll Mr Brighouse Kulgway Mrs Bo KesMrBB Liven7o Upper Church-st. Spite Miss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in HUS- BANDRY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, FURNI- TURE, and oiher EFFECTS, late the property of Mr. Wm. Spilsbury, deceased, of Hanley Child, in ihe parish of Eifetham and County of Worcester : - consisting of two capital cart mares, I two-year-old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Hulme, Rev. G. Areley Kings % Hyde, Henry, Kyre Parva; Hulme, H. P. Areley iKings ; Hyde, John, Hanley Child; Haywood, Samuel, Clifton ; Hook, Robert, Ast- ley ; Hanson, Thomas, Bewdley ; Holland, Francis, Broadway ; Haynes, William, Subscribers-only content

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