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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Introduction Walsall Area, c . 1775 Plan of Walsall , 1679

    In May 1644 the parliamentarian army under the earl of Denbigh stopped at Bloxwich on its way to besiege Rushall Hall and was quartered in Walsall during the siege. Denbigh returned for a time to Walsall after the indecisive fight

    Walsall Manors

    , leaving Thomas as sole lord of the manor. 93 In 1776 he sold it to Thomas Huxley of Rushall Hall . 94 Huxley died in 1790 and was succeeded by his daughter Dorothy. 95 In 1794 she sold the

    Walsall Protestant Nonconformity

    of the living, was thought in 1662 -3 to be a Presbyterian, 93 while Edward Leigh of the near-by Rushall Hall was considered 'a dangerous Presbyterian'. 94 John Reynolds , minister at Wolverhampton 1658-60 , was presented at the county

    Walsall The growth of the town CENTRAL WALSALL 1876 WALSALL (Southern part) 1974 WALSALL (Northern part) 1974

    Close area as Mellish Road, which takes its name from the Mellish family, owners of the estate centring on Rushall Hall . 41 Buchanan Road existed by 1874 and was named after the family into which Frances Mellish had married

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    of Dean prevailing in Lancashire said to be about Lichfield state of his army town of Stockport taken by Rushall Hall , co. Stafford, narrative of the taking of, by Lord Denbigh Russell , Col. John Robert, Lieut.-Governor of Guernsey Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 501, May 1644, 01 May 1644-31 May 1644

    98. Copy . p . ] May 28. 145. A relation of all passages at the tak ing of Rushall Hall by Basil Earl of Denbigh. The 24th of May I received news from Wem and Nantwich that Prince Rupert's Subscribers-only content

    Volume 181, May 1658, 1-10, 01 May 1658-31 May 1658

    May 4. 4 . Petition of the inhabitants of Rushall, co. Stafford, to the Protector. During the late war, Rushall Hall was a garrison for Parliament, and Capt. Tothill, the governor, was obliged to demolish the parish church. We are Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    his forces his intention t o march to Stafford his regiment letters of letters to retires to Stafford takes Rushall Hall, co. Stafford to watch Prince Rupert's movements Fiennes , Col. John letters to William, see Saye and Sele, Viscount. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BODY OF AN Iw- FANT AT RUSHALL HALL - Yesterday afternoon the inquest on the remains of the body of an infant recently found in a rain water cistern, at Rushall Hall, was resunmed at the Court House, Rushall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    College, Isaldenhead; C. Bamford, Flinchileld, Mowbray House School, Wolverhampton; B. . Btrough, Staf- ford, Seighford Vicarage School; W. Duignan, Rushall Hall, Walsall, Grammar School. Walsall; W'. Blakemore Wedneasfeld Heath, Grsmmar School, Wolverhampton ; J. Edwards, Stoke-on-Trent, Richmond Terrace, Shelton; A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of three miles, took place yesterday, by the kind permilsson of Mr. W. H. Dalgnan, In the gronuda at Rushall Hall. The fol. I wing te the prize lit;:- 0o0TAoGES.-Plants and Cut Flowsrs:-WiLndowPants (3): 1st. J. Harris; 2nd, Mrs. Kendrick; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFORDSHIRE AGRICULTURAL 'O'IETY. NEWCASTEj1 MEETING. The Show of live stock andl implements opecced yester- day, and dtining the day the show-yard wass visited by a very large numbter of persons. The weather proved favour- able, and, with the exception Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    correspondence between Mlr. Duignan and Mrr. H. Wiggin, LIP., has been handed to us for pub. lication : " Rushall Hall, near 'alsall, 19th June, 1886. "ltly doer sir,-Yon liavs now Mr, Gladstone's views arid Mr. Chamberlain's views oil the Subscribers-only content

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