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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    not to be seen in one church, no not in Europe'. 22 Francis Mundy , in his poem on Needwood forest written in 1776 , hailed them as the 'triumphant ladies of the vale'. 23 In the 1860s Elihu Burritt

    Alien houses The priory of Tutbury

    the hermitage of Agardsley, the hamlet of Thorney Lane , and 172 acres of land. These properties were in Needwood Forest where William also gave the monks rights to pasture, firewood, and timber. 11 About 1260, however, at the request

    Religious houses Introduction RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    13th century, the chapel then seems no longer to have been a hermitage. 17 A hermitage at Agardsley in Needwood Forest was given to Tutbury Priory by Wil liam, Earl of Derby ( 1190-1247 ). 18 The hermitage of 'Gutheresburn'

    Rugeley Churches, schools and charities

    1821 £8 from this land and 35 s . from an allotment in Hanbury (Offlow hundred) made under the Needwood Forest inclosure award were given away on St. Thomas 's Day along with the charities of Whiston , Avarne, and

    Religious History Churches built before 1800

    The town petitioned the Crown that they might use windfall or dotard trees in Whittlewood Forest ( Northants .), Needwood Forest (Staffs.) or elsewhere to sell for the purpose; 42 later they sought the help of Lord Digby and Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This day ...Mar. 29 Rosliston Village. Thursday ....Api. I . Chartley Park. Saturday ...... -- 3 . New Inn, Needwood Forest THE LUDLOW HOUNDS.-At half-past Teo. Tuesday ...... Mar. 30 Onibury. Saturday . Api.. P_ 3 Birehen Common. Tuesday .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park. THE NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE HOUNDS.-AthalflpostTen. Thursday . ApI. 1 Blackbrook. Saturday ..... - 3 . Croxden Abbey. MX. MEYNELL INGRAM'S HOUNDS.-At a quarter to Elerve. Thursday A ..... Apl. I Chartley Park. Saturday ...... - 3. Ne Inn, Needwood Forest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apley Park. THE NORTH STAFFORD)SHIRE HOINDS,-A1Jlsd-IJas& Tes Thsursday....AApI. 1...... la kbrook. Saturday.... - 3 ..... Croxden Abbey. MB. MIEYNELL INGRAMIS HOUNDS.-At a quarter to Elevene. Thursday....AApl. 1..... Chartley Park. Saturday ... - 3 . ... o..N w inn, Needwood Forest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upper Silurian rocks. They had also members of the new red sandstone, including, of course, the permian. Then in Needwood Forest they had 'a patch of lies, and of the igneous or unstratified rocks they bad basalt and green stones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a very aceptable donation. It is £25. from her Majesty the Queen, "in respect of her Majesty's property at Needwood Forest, in Staffordshire." To-day (Thursday) begins the ls. days. and a great throng is looked for, inasmuch as the day Subscribers-only content

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