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You searched for: Place: "Stoney Hill", Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

Found 132 matches across 6 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Roman Catholicism

    Horsehay , which built a chapel just inside Wellington parish at Spring Village c . 1816, 65 and at Stoney Hill , which had 22 members in 1838 but only 9 in 1869 and h ad ceased to meet by

    Dawley Economic history Little Dawley woodland clearance to 1772

    , near Stoney Hill , opened by 1901 and operated in 1908 by the Coalmoor Sanitary Pipe Co. for coal and fireclay, had closed by 1925 . 23 There were several short-lived mines in the Stoney Hill , Lightmoor ,

    Madeley Communications Madeley 1849

    the Severn . 7 In 1755 a new company line from Horsehay probably joined the line of 1750 near Stoney Hill ; connexions from Horsehay were made to Lawley , Ketley , and (by 1788 ) Donnington Wood . From

    Index A-J

    pools, pop., post office, prot. nonconf., n , rlys., Ridges, the, n , roads, sch., Sunday, settlement pattern, sewerage, Stoney Hill , tithes, tourists, village, water supply, woodland, Dawley and Madeley Primitive Methodist circuit , Dawley and Stirchley railway station

    Index K-Z

    n Stone , Ric., & Sons Ltd., Stone House , the, see Wenlock , Little Stones , W. H., Stoney Hill , see Dawley, Little Stotfold (Beds.) , Stottesdon hundred , Stour Valley (Staffs. and Worcs.) , Stourbridge (Worcs.) (in

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Eighty-fifth Regiment

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places 1st Battalion, Eighty-fifth regiment, Jersey, Jersey, Channel Islands 1801 Stoney Hill, Jamaica, West Indies 1803 Brabourne Lees Barracks, Brabourne Lees, Kent 1809 Ottery St. Mary, Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire 1810

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    of Customs at Piscataqua, 255 6; revoked, 345. Naval Officer at Boston, 255, 345. Sharp (Sharpe), Sir William, of Stoney Hill, pension of, 291. -, William, Sub-Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty in Barbados, dismissed, 429.

    Chapter 2, Origin of the town dues

    10th Elizabeth, sold the site of the Friary to Thos. Chester, and the Lodge, Gardens, Orchards, & c. on Stoney Hill, to Thomas Rowland; it was afterwards sold to Sir J. Young, who built a splendid mansion on the lower

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 30th nult in tre 73rd year of his age, Mr Joseph Weedon, of Wood ttgeet, Oheapsids. IAt Stoney Hill, Jamaica, on the 26th of Jane, a free black-womnan named Mary Brilge, at tle advanced age of 11) years. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I, Oakla~nd Tferrace. c9795 iDRD and Sitting Room (coantry) ; pleasant and healthy. Terma UCLtdJL)very maderate. - Victoria, Cottage, Stoney Hill, Broms. sangs grove, c9lt69 iOARD and Residence, for Gentleman (liningt out, near Hangley LB Road Station. Ref orences.-Addreoe, L. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SI Pearraee. e9725 t RD and Sitting Room (country) pleasant and healthy. Terms B very moderate. - Victoria dottoge, Stoney Hill, Brams- a ,rove. .79 GARD and RBmidoncs, for Gentleman dlining oatna Harley B.Road Station. Refereaces-.~Addolole, L. 72, Dal ot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Saturday mernia ryFor the accommodation of himself and his officers at Bro-e grove he took a house at Stoney Hill, and Mr. TownsetP furniture dealer, of Bromsgrove, supplied furniture forit 3Sthe understanding that the society would pay for it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thorough investigation as to who had caused the insertion of a wooden plug into the outlet pipe of the Stoney Hill sewer, in a manhole in Mr. F. Broolces's field, and so prevented the flowing of the sewage into the Subscribers-only content

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