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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winshill Economic history

    in the mid 13th century: one towards Burton on the west and south-west sides of the village, one towards Newton Solney on the north side, and one towards Bretby on the east side. 8 In 1597 they were called respectively

    Winshill Introduction

    parish of Newton Solney . 3 The acreage of the Winshill ward of East Staffordshire district was 452 a. (183 ha.) in 1981 . A boundary change of 1991 added land from the Derbyshire parishes of Newton Solney and Bretby

    Winshill Established church

    tithing in Burton manor. 9 In 1650 parliamentary commissioners advocated assigning the township to the adjoining Derbyshire parish of Newton Solney , but nothing was done. 10 From 1847 services were held in the National school in Winshill village, licensed

    Burton-upon-Trent Local government

    annual income of £232), 6 a. in Burton Extra (£52), 13 a. in Horninglow (£246), and 14 a. in Newton Solney (Derb.) (£57); investments produced £58. 8 In 1862 or 1863 the feoffees sold much of their unbuilt land in

    Burton-upon-Trent Social and cultural activities

    an organ made by John Snetzler was installed. 8 Thomas, who built a house beside the Trent , in Newton Solney (Derb.), succeeded his father as organist at St. Modwen's; he resigned the post in 1828 . 9 His son,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOKKES, Elias, of Derby.

    he witnessed an indenture the following year, and with whom he later became associated as co-feoffee of lands at Newton Solney and Repton. In May 1420 he transferred to his son eight messuages in Derby, but continued to acquire property

    LANGHAM, Robert, of Wymondham and Gopsall, Leics.

    evident from his undertaking in 1391 that, in the event of Sulney’s daughters’ failure to found a chantry at Newton Solney for the souls of Sir Alfred and his son, Sir John†, he or his heirs, in association with Thomas

    STAUNTON, Thomas (d.1436), of Radbourne, Derbys. and Sutton Bonington, Notts.

    of land in Aston-upon-Trent; and it was, perhaps, through her that he obtained a title to the holdings in Newton Solney and Radbourne later recorded as being in his possession. Such an existing connexion with Derbyshire would explain why he

    LECHE, Sir Philip (d.1420), of Chatsworth, Derbys.

    year. His inheritance comprised a substantial bloc of property in the Derbyshire villages of Chatsworth, Tideswell, Repton, Bubnell and Newton Solney, although other estates both there and in London remained as a jointure in the hands of his widowed stepmother.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were comprised in a bill of G sale given to them by Mr. Smedley, landlord of the Bricknakers' Arms, Newton Solney. The distress warrant underwhich the goods were sold was at the suit of Mr. King, clothier, of Horninglow Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Gore takes first prize, and Ur. John Wright second. The only other exhibitors are Mr. G. Mitchell, of Newton Solney, Burton-on-Trent, and Mr. T. Wooten, of Notting- ham, who shinos so con spicuouslyIn the foxterrier classes. The class, though Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Coleorton, Ashby ; Mr. Palmer, Calke Abbey, being second. Amongst the prizes talkcn for horses were Mr. Mlitchell, Newton Solney, dIr. J. Rowlcy, Kinuiston; Air. J. Hawkswlorthm, Barton Blount; Dlr. J. S. Bennett, Husband's Biosworth, Rugby; his. S. Pool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man reesived a cup. The- canIIoe eteejileclac, for silver cup, value V.L. 5S. (giVCut by C. J. hitchell, Esq., Newton Solney), provoked itoulc laughter aitd merrimtent. Seven entered ill the race, and very carly tile favourite Was capsized by onthse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chaildresu 1Siugil3 I French, and il~ms p aud to airo eialrg of wardrobe.-Address, atatin- manary, Mrs. Suiedloy, The Oottage, Newton Solney, Beuton-oOA'trenlt. c2h d-1 6vti.- iES- . FE-t§ Farolis reinQirisg Governeses (Daily, Ml forlinll., or tutadet). - Apply, Gauernern Agency, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Not given Peade, 14/11/1676

    ID: 191937 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Peade Forename Not given Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 14/11/1676 Office/Status Curate Location Newton Solney// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/V/1/77 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wood, Thomas/Coventry & Lichfield 1671- 1692 Comment

    William Woodcock, 15/4/1710

    William Title Qualification MA University Cambridge College Clare Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 15/4/1710 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Newton Solney// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/4/13 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hough, John/Coventry & Lichfield 1699- 1717 Comment

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