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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Farley Chamberlayne

    Hyda (Rolls Ser.), 94, 337, but they are difficult to identify. 'Baerheal,' however, may perhaps be represented by the modern Berryhill Copse in the southern extremity of the parish. The almost certainly spurious Golden Charter of 903 ( Birch ,

    Lichfield The 19th century LICHFIELD 1989

    in 1834 . He had renamed the house Quarry Lodge by 1861 . 5 Berryhill House at the north end of London Road originated as Berryhill Cottage, built by 1841 and later enlarged. 6 Knowle Lodge at the north end

    Parishes Heckfield

    10 Vaulandes, 11 Le Reedes , Le Hethe Crofte, Potenalesland, 12 Rede Engge, 13 Clerkes, Harmwoods, Hell House Grove , Berryhill 14 and The Round Park 15 xvi cent.); and Iles or Eeles, Iles Meade or Eeles Meade, 16 Ganderpark,

    Lichfield Economic history

    early 19th century. There was evidently a farmhouse on Berry Hill in 1761 ; it was replaced by the present Berryhill Farm, a small brick house of the late 18th or early 19th century. In 1851 the attached farm covered

    Index L - Z

    Beecroft , 98 Belle Colline , see Lichfield : Knowle Hurst Berry Hill, 21, 110-12, 126 Berryhill Fm ., 112 Berryhill Ho . ( Berryhill Cottage), 25 bps. (or of Chester , Coventry , Coventry and Lichfield , Lichfield and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it appeared that the prosecutors were Mr. Alder- man Copeland and MIr. Baker, the proprietors of collieries at Broadflelds and Berryhill ; and the prisoner Horton had been in their employ as manager at the Broadfield Colliery. At the lest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND CROSS, AND THOMAS INTERVENING. The plaintiff, John Berryhill Cross, instituted this suit in the Court of Probate for the purpose of obtaining the revocation of the probate of the will of his sister Harriet Cross, which bad been talen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ford Green, and Ravensdale; Messrs. Klnneraley's works, at Hldagrove; Earl Grae. ville's works, at Shelton and Etruria; Mr. Boiwers's works, Berryhill; and the works of Messrs. Stainer and Co., of Silverdale and Enutton, and the Chesterton Compsany, at Apedsle end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    legs; Frederick Astill (37), foreman copper-smith, Burton-on-Trent, compound frac- ture of the left lcg; Allan Ford (34), colhery- engine driver, Berryhill, Packington, compound frac- ture of the left leg; George Thirlby (45), cattle dealer, Vhitwiok, compound fracture of the left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Merchrnt (3 tQuidle, anigi P., 'runed Fancy More. Must bh a stoaidy good eork. nmi anr. - Ad'ly, J. Chumbers, Berryhill Iron Works, Stoelon-oe.- Trenit. 'c534 ( I AL3SMAIN'-1i. ,',aeo uad Ce., Swanisco, hav nP Vacancym' for a fer, tZ Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, D

    Dantazie , Dantefey, Dantesey. See Dancy. Danton , Richard, ii. 38. Danvers (Danver, D'Anvers, Deanvars): Colonel, ii. 1327. Edward, of Berryhill, ii. 42, 307, 476, 673. Henry, ii. 37, 143, 144, 301, 371, 470, 667, 1331, 1373. John, ii. 1381.

    Index of names and places, B

    ii. 1075, 1439. of Dolebank, ii. 633, 638. Berrey . See Berry. Berrier . Robert, ii. 1248. Berrihil . See Berryhill. Berrisford (Berisford): James, i. 578. John, ii. 105, 1070, 1370. Richard, i. 1131. Tristram, ii. 1041. Berrow . See

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