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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cold Aston

    Aston manor, comprising the whole parish except Little Aston , had 18 tenants in 1309 27 and 18 parishioners were assessed for the subsidy in 1327 . 28 The depopulation of Little Aston in the early 14th century reduced the

    Parishes Lower Slaughter

    parts, the 144 a. of Fir (or Slaughter Hill ) farm on the north and the 8 a. of Little Aston Mill and its grounds on the east, both of which parts were transferred to the civil parish of Upper

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    its hamlets deserted or reduced to a single farmstead, as at Hilcot and Little Colesbourne in Withington and at Little Aston in Cold Aston . Some hamlets were later almost completely forgotten, including Thorndean in Withington , Calcombe and Nash

    West Bromwich Economic history

    forges at Little Aston in Shenstone , West Bromwich , and Wednesbury to be slit into rods. 71 From 1667 the mill was worked by Thomas Foley 's son Philip, and in 1669 his forge at Little Aston was sending

    Walsall Churches The Church of St. Matthew in 1819

    , Essington in Bushbury , King's Bromley , Finchpath in West Bromwich , Norton Canes , and Stonnall and Little Aston in Shenstone . 47 Also in 1404 Aston endowed a second chantry with land and rent worth a further

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 Extras ......... Total ...... .120 I Totl....... 3 Naw Osconr . LwrLE ASr0o2.-Plyed on the Rect Ground at Little Aston, on atlrday lst. NNw Oecorr. LrrLF. Asros. W Field b John Webster 6 S. 'arsons, c and bJcnTelnp 8 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hook, in the parish nO Sutton Coldfleld, hating a frontage of about IS0 yarde to the used leading from Little Aston to Tour Oaks, and bounded by lande of the late Mr. Edges's Itepresentativee, h~ve. Hastilow, and Mr. Samuel Smith. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more than half the contributions in its support come from re y outside Birmingham. co Yours very faithfully, * Little Aston, May 9, 1884. JULIA GODDARD. teh Ge a FIRE AT AN INFIRMARY, Ile I The General Hospital at Peterborough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    giiet ridodrivoand fast 018TL 0O-Cornuer Ph tillips Street. Astoin Itumd. TORS for Sfao Huit farmer; cheap 1.-Applry Ge -1 Little Aston, licar Suttili Coldfield. ci03 1TOROSH _for.SDI1O5; Ii5 hasids - coioce of two; lnso large Fluat.- J.' Timmsins, Grocer, 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mfesrs C. EKln and Sons. El. Is-Doeitarti : MSr-, J. Sheldon. C5.n-CeTnre ioeal Colleaiorls: Mints Church, licLs field, CS. Little Aston Charcl. £2 l6e.: Nr-her Whitacre C'hur-is, Ca 2s.: rOser Whinrer Churub, Cl. 1(., 6d.-Proseets : Old lines, frorn litv. Subscribers-only content

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