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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Wall with Pipehill WALL AND PIPEHILL 1986

    the city of Lichfield , covering 580 a. 1 In 1879 a detached portion of Pipehill at Muckley Corner , comprising Muckley Corner hotel and the nearby limekilns, was transferred to Wall, while a detached portion of Curborough and Elmhurst

    Townships Hammerwich HAMMERWICH 1987

    township at Muckley Corner was inhabited by 1775 . 43 The farm to the west on Watling Street , later known as Crane Brook House , existed by 1843 . 44 Coppice Lane Farm north of Muckley Corner dates from

    Walsall Introduction Walsall Area, c . 1775 Plan of Walsall , 1679

    . . ., 21 Geo. II, c. 25; Pearce, Walsall , 223. Act for repairing and widening road from Muckley Corner to Walsall and Wednesbury . . ., 6 Geo. III, c. 99; Pearce, Walsall , 221; S.R.O., Q/SB, A.

    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    the Lichfield-Burton road , the Lichfield-Birmingham road as far as Shenstone , and the Lichfield-Walsall road as far as Muckley Corner on Watling Stree t . 25 The road branching from the London-Chester road and continuing to High Bridges at

    Walsall Wood Introduction WALSALL WOOD c. 1974

    19th-century houses. Walsall Wood lies on the road from Walsall to Lichfield , turnpiked in 1766 as far as Muckley Corner on Watling Street . 41 A little beyond the boundary at Shire Oak the road crosses the old London-Chester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road, situated in the parishes of Ogley Hay, mer Shenstone, and Walsall Wood, leading from Shaver's End re. to Muckley Corner, the total length of such portion being ut four and a half miles." The committee recommended that of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WALSALL. in ' THE PHILHARMONIC UNiON.-The first concert of the TBhe for preSet season in connection with this Union was given on Tel the Wedneaday evening, in the Old Skating Rink, Hatherton be ito Street, when grendelssohn's "Elijah" was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to accept this dictum, and committed the prisoner for trial at the assizes. An enquiry was held yesterday, at Muckley Corner, near Lichfield-btiore Lr. E. Hoorra, county coroner-respecting the death of Tnoaurs JAMES, a labourer. A dispute took place on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (coroner) held an inquest, at the Leopard Inn, Muckley Corner, on the body of Thomas James (47), labourer, Catshill, whose death from injuries received in a fight has already been reported. Mr. H. M. Barrows (from the offices of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RUSHALL. SEnIous AFFRAY.-About one o'clock on Tuesday morning last a convivial party that had met at the inn near Muckley Corner, kept by Mr. Robert Jait, for tie purpose of doing honour to the marriage day of the Princess Royali Subscribers-only content

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