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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherrington

    clay-with-flints. Flat land on the ridge near the boundary is at 213 m. The downland north of it, where Stony Hill reaches 201 m., is broken by deep dry valleys, but north of Park bottom the relief is gentler except

    Parishes Bradwell

    March 1789 , is in the custody of the clerk of the peace. 11 Among place-names have been found Stony Hill and Stubborn Hill Closes 12 ; Church Lane , Butler's Lane 13 ; Seklo Hill (Close) and Grange Farm

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    course of accomplishment. At half-past five, I passed the cavalry sentinels, and rode down beyond the Lime-kiln to near Stony Hill. Here, in the first parallel of the left attack, at exactly seven minutes past six, I heard a mvessage Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    County Ceurt, lanley. JosiEi TooN, Witherley, Leicestershire, farmer, March 22, at 11, at County Court, Atherstone. RiCe ARD EBATLAstE, Stony Hill, Brornsgrove, Worcestershire, attorney's Clare, March 20, at 11, at County Court, Broms- grove, DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS. William Mhoffoot, Snonw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is. a 'pointsman. on the. Great' Western Railivay a.Lightanoori stated that on the 30th of Deoember,18b9, he was going~to Stony Hill, to meat his wife, who 'was~at her .snither's..- Near to the Little Crop.-. j~n he, met the. defendant,, whomn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c4247 OIOUNTRY Apartments, healthy and delightfully ditnated, ten J minutes' walk from the railway station. 'Bus passes. -Mrs. Skidmore, Stony Hill, Bromsgrove. c4188 A ARTMENTS IFurntshed) to Let, pleasantly situated, within AP ftlfteen minutes' walk of Gravelly Hilt and Erdingtonu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S L,]ORSS-CARRIAGES,_&c.__ ~~ii~cflOESE~ with bandsoome brass J- A10- ppl, . N rmin _1 ane Street. c41110 AlW Corn Dea(ler 0tald-we4oak naul. I-ens, very 5-) .,, e~~~~~~~~~~~4147 or thirt~ee.-Apaply, J951855thirten 4s.-ote adre~ssnot, WtVer- cailo ~ L ELLNG~OISEAN~D LAND. j~lllDCottage to Subscribers-only content

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