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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Illston on the Hill

    The other two houses were built in the 1860's, principally as hunting boxes. Illston Grange , formerly called Illston New Grange and later Illston Hall, was built for Col. J. W. Baillie , who, until 1895, was Colonel Commanding the

    Halesowen Introduction, borough and manors

    in Oldbury , Owley in Lapal , Radewall in Ridgacre , Offmoor, Farley , Hamstead , Home Grange , New Grange and Warley Salop . 227 One carucate of land at Blakeley valued at 10 s . belonged to the

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Dieulacres

    of Poulton ; granges in the Leek area at Swythamley, Birchalls, Westwood , Woodcroft , and Cheddleton and also New Grange , and two other granges at Byley and Rossall; lands and rents in Leek , Heaton , Leekfrith, Tittesworth

    Parishes Ickleton

    A block of 6 cottages west of Coploe Road had been put up by 1886 , 48 and the New Grange close to the Old Grange dates from the 189 0s . Piecemeal infilling has taken place in the 20th

    Leek Tittesworth TITTESWORTH 1992 Ball Haye

    Rothwell 's death in 1623 the grange passed to his great-nephew John Hulme , son of John Hulme of New Grange in Leekfrith. 95 The younger John Hulme died in 1636 , and in 1648 his executors sold what was

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.1105

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Barr Grange (Barre Grange) : undefined Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Leeds (Leeds) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Lawrence Rawson [Rawson] Role: witness Details: male Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): New Grange (Newe Grange) : undefined Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Leeds (Leeds) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.866

    (Lyne Holme Close) : fieldname Location: Beggar Leas Close (Beggar Leas Close) : fieldname Location: Moor Close (More Close) : fieldname Location: Bardsey (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bardsey (Bardeseye) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): New Grange (Newe Grange) : undefined

    CP.G.984

    (Calverley) : undefined Participant: Lawrence Rawson [Rawson; Rawsone; Rawsonne] Role: witness Details: male; 42; husbandman Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): New Grange (Newe Grange, Newgrange) : undefined Leeds (Leedes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Midgley [Miggeleye; Migeley; Midgeley; Midgeleye] Role: witness

    CP.G.1093

    (Calverley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Lawrence Rawson [Rawson; Rawsonne] Role: witness Details: male; 42; husbandman Location: Leeds (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): New Grange (Newgrange, Newgrainge) : undefined Headingley (Hedingley) : township Leeds (Leedes) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Midgley [Miggeleye; Migeleye; Midgley;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, U, Z

    Kirkwhelpington. Whetill , , of Calais, 590 (1), 658 (1). Whiting , , 850 (2). Whitlaw , Alexander, of New Grange, letters from, 395, 396. -, -, 19, 56 (2), 76 (2), 153 (1), 176 (2), 183 (3), 351, 352

    Index, W, 01 February 1547-31 May 1563

    John: his release, 543; a pirate demanded from Mary, 546; in Lochryan, 631; 640, 646. Whytelaw , Alexander, of New Grange, in castle of St Andrews (11th March 1546 7). 2; "Sandy": moves release of Lord Gray's brother, & c. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1516, 1-15, 01 September 1516-30 September 1516

    fishery in the rivulets of the Uske and Seyn, of the manor of Wondy, and of demesne lands in New Grange, Llantrissen and Holygosse in the lordship of Uske and Kaerlion, part of the earldom of March: at the annual

    Patent Rolls, 1488-1616

    Our hereditament, and all Our lands, tenements and hereditaments called or known by the name of New Grange, with the appurtenances in New Grange or elsewhere, in Our said county of Monmouth; And also all that Our mill of Wartecombe,

    Henry VIII, March 1538, 5-10, 01 March 1538-31 March 1538

    Sir Nic. Poyntz, John Poyntz, John Freman, and Edw. Gostwike, 6 March 29 Hen. VIII., viz.: Demesne lands; le New Grange alias Ilbery; woods; manor of Kingswod cum Nynde; Bagston grange; lands in Acton; Reyde grange; lands in Wotton, Nybley,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    poet, 5d., contains: Fine View of Messes Barclay and Bevan's Bank, Lombard street-Air in the Corneis-lfilitary Surveying-The Inscriptions at New Grange, Ireland-Tricks of Travellers-Notes of a Profee- sional Tour in the Colonies-The Thames Embankment in the Essex Marsh (with Illuastratious)-Stonehenge-A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chambered tumuli to the so-called " treasuries " of Greece. If we compare, for instance, the great tumulus of New Grange, or, still more, per- haps, that of Maes Howe, with the Treasury of Atreus, we find in both the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also present.hJohn Winsper said he had been a coller for sa period of forty years. He worked at the New Grange Colliery, situated in the Old Field, and Messrs. Noah and Job Parkes were the proprieters. He acted as manager, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    calrn like it has been as yet discoverod in Scotigud It allies itself, ho thiksa, vore to that of New Grange, t Irelaod, than a~ny other, although it ise muhb abssur. One breken urn and the remains of four othere Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dudley Lea Smith, a magistrate for Worcestershire and a local colliery proprietor, against Noah and Job Parkes, of the New Grange Colliery, to recover £3,000., damago fur alleged encroachments upon the thick coal and other minerals upon the estate of Subscribers-only content

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