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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ketley Nonconformity

    sixty years. There was regular Wesleyan preaching at the Rock in 1813 , 41 and still in 1823 when Old Park (in Dawley) and Mannerley Lane were associated preaching places. 42 By 1840 the Rock and Mannerley Lane were still

    Dawley Economic history Little Dawley woodland clearance to 1772

    sunk to 208 ft. (63 metres) at Old Park , 6 463 ft. (141 metres) at Lightmoor , and 348 ft. (106 metres) at Great Dawley . 7 In 1797 the Old Park collieries consisted of 34 pits, each named

    Dawley Growth of settlement Dawley c. 1840

    in 1754 and certainly by 1796 . 79 At Old Park 58 cottages were built between c . 1790 and 1797 by I. H. Browne for workmen in the Old Park ironworks and mines; 80 twenty-four of them, built on

    Stirchley Economic history

    Stirchley , probably when establishing their granges. 17 Timber and coaling wood were supplied from the parish for the Old Park ironworks (in Dawley) in 1789 -90 18 but by the 19th century little woodland remained: in 1811 there were

    Dawley

    coal and ironstone. Productive Middle Coal Measures lay near the surface along the north-west edge of the parish from Old Park to Heath Hill , and in the south at Lightmoor . East of the Lightmoor fault in Malinslee and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1578, 01 May 1578-31 May 1578

    of Enfield. 1578, May 27. Examined in the Gate-house at Westminster, he confesseth that John Rise and William, servants to one Wilde of Edmonton, farmer, and John Humphrey of Edmonton, labourer, were in his company at the Old Park

    Index, E, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    lord of; 16. Enfield ; 134, 508, 532, 535. Chase; 257. Park; 139, 143, 192. Great Park of; 191. Old Park of; 179. Engelbert , Caspar; 18. England , passim : crown of; 19, 37. treaty of commerce between Spain

    Index, O, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    of the Middle March, 166; at feud, 168. Old Cradene , Brittany: 4000 Spaniards at (30th April), p. 533. Old Park : muster of, p. 43. Oliphant , Lord: delivers his house of Dipling to James VI. (Nov. 1580), 67; Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1693, 26-31, 26 March 1693-31 March 1693

    s. 6 d. to the Paymaster of the Works: to be applied in discharge of work done in the Old Park at Richmond. (Same to said Paymaster to pay same to William Bache Smith and John Drew, carpenter.) Ibid ,

    Index, E

    Endfield. See Enfield Enfield (Endfield), co. Middlesex complaints of inhabitants of, 11 pillory set up in parish of, 38 Old Park at, 213 manor of, 250 276 Deputy-Keeper of. See Tylstone, Hugh Vicar of. See Prowde, Thomas Enfield Chase ,

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

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    CP.I.1536

    and agricultural practices of the Ettrick estates Participant: ThomasWharton [Wharton] Role: witness Details: male; 49; Esquire Location: Whitworth (Durham) Place(s): Old Park(Old Park) : undefined Participant: ElizabethRain [Raine] Role: witness Details: female; 34; Widow Location: Durham (Durham) : city

    CP.H.1796

    defence proctor Details: male; master Employment: notary public Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Old Park (Old Parke, Olde Parke) : fieldname Little Old Park (Litle Old Parke, Little Olde Parke) : fieldname Wakefield (Wakefeild) : town Location: London (London)

    CP.H.1799

    defence proctor Details: male; master Employment: notary public Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Old Park (Old Parke, Olde Parke) : fieldname Little Old Park (Litle Old Parke, Little Olde Parke, Little Old Parke) : fieldname Wakefield (Waikefeilde) : town

    CP.H.938

    Details: male; 67 Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wakefield (Wakefeild) : undefined Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Old Park (Old Parke) : fieldname Wakefield, All Saints (Waikfeild) : ecclesiastical parish Little Old Park (Litle Old Parke) : undefined

    CP.H.5058

    Wakefield, All Saints (Wakefeild) : ecclesiastical parish St Johns Field (St Johns Feild) : fieldname Burny Tops (Burny Tops) : fieldname Ings (The Inges) : fieldname Old Park (Old Parke) : fieldname Rhodes (Rhoades) : fieldname Cleets (Cleets) : fieldname

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Jones, Aberduflais, Mr. LIeyslhon Rees, Aberdar, a Miss r MaIrgaret Ann Price, mereb hynaf MIr. Rees Price, a- Old Park Farm, Margam. Il MARWOLAETHAU. s- Evans.-Mcdi 22ain, yn mhbresivylfod bi, brawd g (Mr. Thomas Price), yn 64ain mlwydd ogdl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aid of the civil power; and tileo proceeded to disperse a body of abott 3,000 rioters, asiembled near the Old Park' front Works, three miles from 'Wellingftonn The riot acl having been re7ad, and a n hour elopsed, the mob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his dis- order as to be able to-ieturfi to Catiririege; rueansign from thence to set out very soon for Old Park, in liopes that travelli "0 ft1n which be usually received so muchi benefit, wolid complete his care. Baton the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Rev. James Bliss, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford, to EmilyMory, third daurhter of John Clayton, Esq., of Entield Old Park, Middlesex, and of Pulteney street, Bath. On the 24th ult., at Edinburgh, by the Rev. John Paul, of St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oily straw and other vegetable matter." FIrE AT GREAT WALTHAM.-A large fire broke out on Sunday last at the Old Park farm, Great Waltham, which, before it could be reduced, destroyed two large barns, the stables, cart sheds, pig styes, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRYK, John, of Liskeard, Cornw.

    Welshman. In February 1415 it was alleged in the same court that he himself had erred by taking from Old Park at Liskeard a quantity of faggots above that allowed him by the steward of the duchy. Gryk is last

    PASTON, John (1510/12-75/76), of Paston, Norf. and Huntingfield, Suff.

    Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland, by 1536-43, of Henry, 2nd Earl 1543-9 or later; gent. pens. from c.1542-69; keeper, Old Park, Wakefield, Yorks. 1542-62; steward, duchy of Lancaster, Cambs., Norf., Suff. 3 Nov. 1550-10 Nov. 1553, former lands of Vale

    WHARTON, Richard (c.1764-1828).

    Canada.[footnote] On the death of his father, a close friend of the poet Gray, in December that year, the Old Park estate, which had been in his family’s hands since 1620, passed to his elder brother Robert, who took the

    GARGRAVE, Sir Thomas (c.1495-1579), of North Elmsall, Kinsley and Nostell Priory, Yorks.

    the time Gargrave himself was born at a house in the Pear Tree Acres at Wakefield, close to the Old Park which he was to receive from the Queen late in life. He acquired extensive property in the district, including

 

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