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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Manors

    which was sold in 1568 to William Larke . The manor was sold by Dodds to William Stanford of Perry Hall (Staffs.) in 1575 and conveyed by Stanford in 1594 to his cousin Robert Taylor and his wife Elizabeth ,

    Manors

    at Perry , and was sometimes described as a separate manor called PERRY HALL . John Molyneux , who also held lands in Handsworth manor, held Perry Hall at his death in 1473 of the Duke of Clarence 's manor

    Smethwick Other estates Lightwoods House

    Ridware , and Jane who in 1758 , as the widow of John Clopton , married Walter Gough of Perry Hall in Handsworth . 10 The sisters held the property as a joint inheritance which was preserved distinct from their

    Religious History Roman Catholicism

    9 and apparently as late as 1819. 10 The wife of Robert Stanford ( Stamford ) (d. 1607), of Perry Hall in Handsworth , was a recusant. 11 Edward Stanford , who sold the Handsworth property in 1659 , and

    South Mimms Other estates

    in the later 14th century. By 1575 it had become part of the property of Sir Robert Stanford of Perry Hall (now in Birmingham ), 44 who by 1596 had sold it to Henry (later Sir Henry ) Boteler (d.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOUGH, Sir Henry (1649-1724), of Perry Hall, Staffs.

    (1649-1724), of Perry Hall, Staffs. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1685 Tamworth 1689 Tamworth 1690 Tamworth 1695 Tamworth 17 Mar. 1699 Tamworth Feb 1701 Lichfield 1705 Ofifces Held J.p. Staffs. 1671-Mar. 1688, Oct. 1688-96, 1700-d., sheriff 1671-2, commr. for assessment 1673-80, 1689-90,

    GOUGH, Sir Henry (1650-1725), of Perry Hall, Staffs.

    (1650-1725), of Perry Hall, Staffs. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1685 1687 Tamworth 1689 1698 Tamworth 17 Mar. 1699 Nov. 1701 Lichfield 1705 1708 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Staffs. 1671–2; freeman, Smiths’ Co. Lichfield 1681; gov. Birmingham g.s. 1685–?91. Biography Gough’s grandfather was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shirley. Apples, mix dishes: l1t, Mr. S. E. Shirley, Stratford-on-Avon (W. Gardiner); ,t 2nd, Hon. A. C. G. Calthorpe, Perry Hall (G. Mitheson)o; t 3rd, Earl of Shrewsbuzy. Pears, :twelvo dishes - 1t, Mr.Mfi C. H. Olissold, Warwick. Ditto, six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prominent member of the 'di y Birmingham Conservative 'party that the Hon. A. C. G. ac sJ Calthorpe, of Perry Hall, togetber with a son of the Earl ol id of IDartmonth,'were thes probable Conservative candidates t6 be for'the representation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stone of the newv ortioal eV7 Cal re on Saturday afternoon, July 12, by te eon, ri- thorpe, of Perry Hall. B erlia 116 Mao.GLADSTONFA~NDTHIE F'tANOHOCIXEBIL-X to resolutions and confidence in the Govr e -' by meetings recently held at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of wvages :-Norton Can. ser neack Colliery, Darlaston Coal and, Iron Comnp any, Pool CIO a Hayes, Ashmore Park, Perry Hall, Castle Bridge. Prince of Wales, Lane Head Colliery, Bough Wood, Harden, ces Thle Forest, Aldridlge and Lecewo(o)i Colliery, WValsall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WEST BROMWICHI POLICE COURT. e1 I 1)fl A n V SATUEDAY, . Before llhajor lWillisress al id -Ir. A. Keen. RonnEnY FRoM rHE PrrcsoN.-Elizabeth ixrmstrong t (14). of Phnlcnix Strect, West Bromwich, was charged with stealing 5s. and a Subscribers-only content

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