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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lindridge

    10 b . b Inform. from Mr. F. M. Stenton . Cornbrook on the western boundary of Knighton -on-Teme. Neen Sollars . Now Marl Brook . Mamble . Sodington in Mamble . Now Stildon. There still exist Upper and Lower

    Index K-Z

    Colville Fra. Jack, earl of Kilmorey, Rob., Vct. Kilmorey, n Thos., Vct. Kilmorey, fam., Neen Savage , Overwood fm., Neen Sollars , neifs , see customary tenants Neolithic period , Ness , Great, Oliver's Point , and see Alderton ;

    Domesday Book 1540-1750 CHURCH ASTON 1681

    . Some hop growing was on a large scale. In 1746 Walter Pooler , a substantial cereal grower from Neen Sollars , had 12,000 hop poles valued at £30 on Mr. Carver 's land 10 and four years later John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fl-This day, January 2, Bosbury Village; Friday, 4, Canning Arms; Satorday, 5, Eastoor Castle. LurDI.OW (as 0.30l.-Thursday, January 3, Neen Sollars; Saturday, 5, Castle Green.s Mevea (at l1D.-This day, January 2, Swaregtone Bridge; Thur~sday, 3, Sutten Mill; Saturday, 5, Winehil. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, 11, Iralsemore Lodge (at 12); Saturday 12, Ledbury Cross. LUDLOW (at 1If.-Teusday, February 8 Onubury Station; Thursday, 20, Neen Sollars ; Saturday, 12, T le Serpent. OSEYNVELL (at 11)-Thile day, February 7, Loxley; Tuesday, 8, Stenson Look; Wednesday, 9, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uDBuity (at 11)-Friday, February 11, laisermore Lodge (at .1); Saturday, 12, Ltdbury Cross, LUDLOW (at 11).-This day, February 10, Neen Sollars; Satr- dat12,Th Serpent. - day, The Sera11)n-Thi. day, February 10, Bradley; Fr~day, 11, - The snnele; Saturday, li, DunstalL. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the choristers being about 100 in number, and assembling from St. Mary Magdalene, Brldgnorth, Pensax, Little Hereford, Lindridge, and Neen Sollars. The musicalportion of the service, which was well ren- dered, vas conducted by Mr. Biling, organist of St. Mary's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LaIsjco sty (at 11).-Friday, January 27, Little Malvern; Satur. day, 28, Stanley mil. 'LUteeOv (at l0.30).-This day, January 26, Neen Sollars; Saurday, 25, Craven Armie. Macacts. ?(at 111-This day, January 26, Braileford , F'riday 27, B'uttermilk EMii;: Saturday, 20, Tutbury Subscribers-only content

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