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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hutton Magna or Hutton Longvilliers Nevill of Hornby . Gules a saltire argent with the difference of a molet sable .

    mile and a half beyond this point a lane going north from the Roman road through the hamlet of Lane Head leads to the village of Hutton Magna . The lane passes St. Mary 's Church, which lies in the

    Townships Lowton

    and keeping near to the eastern boundary, it passes through the hamlets known as the town of Lowton , Lane Head , Lowton St. Mary 's, and Lowton Common . Another road to Leigh branches off from it, keeping near

    Townships Newchurch

    turns to the west and is called Newchurch Road . At the north end the street is continued to Lane Head ; but there is a western branch, now the Burnley Road , by Waterside and Holmes to Broad Clough

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    Church Lane , in Plaish ( 1553 ); 33 Church Way , in Chatwall ( 1751 ); 34 the Lane Head , being the road west from Willstone up to the Cwms ( 1611 ); 35 Lea Lane , running

    Townships Barton

    Foxhill-Wall Congre, Hare Horn Meadow; New Hall -Stick Ings , Patch Ings , Broad Eyes , Street, Bagoletine, How Lane Head ; Barton Village -Neckars, Scythy Field, Hoasefield, Acker Meadow; Barton Lane-Crossfields ; Barton Bridge-Laster , Warth , Boatfield; Dumplington-Wall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was in avan readyfort tamso we WIL.E NIIALL. Ahe sl hsT.-At the Policte Court, yesterday, Jonathan Harris (23), hlabourer, Lane Head; waq tiied 22. and] costs for aeverely assaulting Mrs. Stevens *on the 24th' tit. The conplainauit had st-eplpd hin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held on Tuesday, at -Spring Bank, touching the death of William Thomas Diggory (27), a professional aetor, late of Lane Head, near Willen- hall, whose body was found on Monday moering in the canal near the Willeniall furnaces. Mr. Crook, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of sheep and cattle being killed.- of le At Weardale the lightning struck the Wfesleyan Chapel cas eY at Lane Head, and two men, named Featherstone anc be 1I. Reed, at work onl the spire, were knocked down insensible, can Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Darlaston Coal and, Iron Comnp any, Pool CIO a Hayes, Ashmore Park, Perry Hall, Castle Bridge. Prince of Wales, Lane Head Colliery, Bough Wood, Harden, ces Thle Forest, Aldridlge and Lecewo(o)i Colliery, WValsall Als Wood, aeld Pelsall Hall Company. Thus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    z JONES, West Bar, Sheflleld, hatter, ALLAN ROkINeON, Lane Head, Brigbouee, Yorlishire, stari Alts merchaut. IV}, COLIN FINCH, Felling, Durham, joiner. JOSEPH BUCKLEY, Shorehaha Street, Sheffield, silversmith's mib nanager. THOMAS TuoiMAs, Penblewin, Llandewyvevrey, Pembroke. shire, farmer and grazier. HENRY WALKER, Subscribers-only content

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