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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Cuttlestone hundred (eastern division) Baswich or Berkswich Hundred of Cuttlestone

    poor in cash in 1954 . 256 George Baddeley of Weeping Cross , by will dated 1717, gave a rent of 6 s . charged on land at Weeping Cross to be distributed in bread to the poor of Walton

    Parishes Speen

    supposed to possess certain healing qualities. 6 In a 17thcentury conveyance there is mention of ' Weeping Cross closes, near the Weeping Cross , in the parish of Speen . 7 In 1825 a skull, together with flint implements, was


    in Adderbury , 5, 47, 49, 79-80, 83, 126 named as address, 125, 188 nonconf., 116 road to, 226 Weeping Cross , 59 Boer War , 104 Bolton : Ann, 154 Dan., 143 Edw. (fl. 1775), and his w. Hannah

    Banbury Economic history THE OXFORDSHIRE HAMLETS OF BANBURY PARISH C. 1700

    employees would wear badges corresponding to their trades. 206 In 1760 the fairs were held outside the town at Weeping Cross because of a smallpox epidemic. 207 By 1795 fairs were still being held on the days listed by Rawlinson


    2, 3, 10, 11; Sowe, 5; Stockton , 5, 58; streets, 2-4; vic., 2, 7, 9; vicars, 7, 9; Weeping Cross , 1, 2, 4, 9-11; and see Acton Trussell ; Bednall ; Brocton ; Milford ; Radford ; Walton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the COhZrch Education of Young People and Adults, Papers upon which were readl by Mr Thos. Salt, jun., of Weeping Cross, Stafford, and the Rev. Dr Lowe. The Dean of Chester and the Rev. Canon Norris also delivered ;addresses upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newport. Hunters and Leaping: Mr. Tilliam ]Briggs, Melbourne, Derby; Mr. Jacob Stordy, Lichnifeld. Ploughing and Thatching: Mr. William Stubbs, Weeping Cross, Stafford; Mr. Samuel Clifft, Fordhonse lMill, Wolverhampton. Boot Crops: M Mr. G. 13. Keelitg, Congreve; Mr. J. R. Briggs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rangemoor, near Burton; Mr. B. T. Pitt- herbert, Stone; Mr. G. a Hawley, Blye Bridge: Bir. T. Salt, MY., Weeping Cross, Stabford; Mr. T. C. Smith, Admriaston, Lor eley; Rev. A. H. Tate nt, 'Stafford: MrI. T. F. Tweinlow, Bu~tley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was the lirot of tie s osaon, operated very power- fisly in bringing together the coneouree of porsons at Weeping Cross ; but the chief motive was ts do leocoscr to thee worthy owner of tIle estate, Thomase Salt, Esrq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord and Lady Waterpark and the Hon. Miss Cavendish, and the Hon. Colonel Richard and Mrs. Curzon.-Mr. Salt, of Weeping Cross, is entertaining Cap- tain Cladstone, M.P., Mrs. Gladstone and Miss Gladstone, Captain and Mrs. Price, and Mr. and Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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