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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Lye

    Details Elizabeth Lye in religion Elizabeth Eugenia Born in Lee Hall Died 1684 31 Jan in Bruges mother Elizabeth Allen father Sir Richard Lye

  • * Victoria County History *

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    of the priory in 1540 , and made his will, in which he mentions this house which he calls Lee Hall or Sopwell Hall in 1570 . 28 The house must therefore have been built between these dates. Sir Richard

    Parishes Steeple Barton The Bartons, c. 1800

    . 380 Henry Gould , by will dated 1848, left £5 a year for a bread charity, and Herbert Lee Hall (d. 1914) of Hall's Brewery, by will dated 1872, gave £500 as a coal charity for poor widows of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WV. B. Mspplebeck, Mr. Clement Henley, Mr. mills!1, Stramd, London, Rev. Air. Phillips, Madelley, Mr. T. L. Horton, Prters Lee Hall, Shroisohire, Dr. 11dEnnis, Dr. Dinvie, (iso charge of troops,) Air. J. B. Yiorke, Golelshill, Mr. J. S. DALt-, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subsoription of £2. 2s,, announced in the Journal, from Mr. Horton, should have been from S. Holton, Esq., Priors Lee Hall, Shropshire; Assistants and Apprentices of J. and W. Sumner, High Street, £1. 69. THE EDnOANTon PnoriITABY SCHOOL.-In the adver- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Lander, Leo Hall. Four entries. For the beat ten Yearling Ewes: lst prize, £2., Mr. W. J. Landor, Lee Hall; 2nd, £1., Mr. J. H. Bradburne, Pipe Place. Three entries. Tor the best Ten Ewe Lambs: lst prize. £22, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (firm, James and Griffin), Mr. Benry Sparrow, of Cor- bynes Hall Ironworks, ironmaster, and Mr. Thomas Spencer. of Malins Lee Hall, in the county of Salop, irounmiater, were appointed aesignees, Mr. Palmer appeared- for the bankrupts. In addition to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H Lander (The Hem) Gough (Gravel Hill), Alsop (Preen), Henry Smith (Sutton Maddock), Evan Davis (Patton), Everall (i'itchford), Jebb (Lee Hall), Otley (W'roxeter), Boe en (Ensden), Bowen Jones, Henry Lee (Ensdon), Jebb (Baschurch), Thomas Horton (Rarnage Grange), Wood (The Marsh), Subscribers-only content

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