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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodmancote Manors and other estates

    19th century. There is a sandstone external chimneystack on the north side. It was perhaps the house at which Peter Hill was taxed on seven hearths in 1664 . 59 In 1708 Thomas Dennett , lord of Woodmancote manor, conveyed

    Parishes Rotherhithe

    pointed bodices and ruffs of the early part of the 17th century. An inscription plate below it is to Peter Hill , one of the elder brethren of the company of the Trinity, and his two wives, 1614. A second


    Peter-the-Little in 1825 . 48 Clifton township and the parish of St. Philip and St. James . In 1632 Peter Hill devised the township a rent-charge of £2 yearly. This was redeemed in 1932 for £45, which was invested in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    destroyed by a flre.* - 29.-Murder of John Bagott at Bilston.* Murder of Ann Walker at Birmingham.* Murder of Peter Hill on the North Stafford Railway. * Murder of Captain Adams on board the American ship Lammagier, fifteen miles from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peel, Sir Ji.. BergEfod William Eervey, Lord A. Peol, Ganeral Barnard, Lo T. ateyais, Sir F. Pennant, Colonel Blakbsurr, Peter Hill, Lord F. Phillips, 3. H. Bond, 3. W. Hill, ,r C. Potts, George Bottleld, B. lolford,Frobert Pugh, . (Carm. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    property.-He was com- mitted for trial. VAS L CIIASLGE OF STEALINSO InnOs FRowr rUE CANAT.- Yesterday, at the Guildhall, Peter Hill, Blue Lane West, and Frederick Lowbridge, Adam Street, were charged with stealing a quantity o pig-iron, the property of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .on it, but it bad been taken off. ITHE THEFT or' I1:N ROom A C.AAL--At the Guild- hall, yesterday, Peter Hill, BlueLane WVest, and Fredericic , Lowbridge,-Adam Street, were charged, on remand, with istealing pig-iron, which the Birmingham Canal Company Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarke, 86, Portland Street ; and John Pitt, 14, Intoivn Row. AN OBJEcTioNABLz TitAmcAti P5ss5EyEs.-Yesterday, i at the Guildhall, Peter Hill, 54, Pleck Road, was sumrn- moned for assaulting Arthur Martin, a conductor in the employ of the South Staffordshire Subscribers-only content

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