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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Aston and Cote Education

    c . £42, including, besides the Horde charity, c . £3 from unspecified Bampton charities and £5 from the unidentified Betton 's charity, received from the Ironmongers' Company. It then received no government grant, and lack of support from most

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    (the former Junior Boys' Council School) to the managers for £1 a year and contributed to the cost of alterations; Betton 's charity also made a small grant. A new junior mixed and infant school with 320 places then opened.

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    Ness , Stottesdon , and Wrockwardine . Soon afterwards Gerard de Tournai gave Betton in Hales , 11 and the Bishop of Chester 's manor of Betton in Berrington seems to have been an early gift. 12 Before Earl Roger

    Colleges of secular canons Shrewsbury

    Julian. 15 Welbatch to the west of the town and Betton to the east were detached portions of the parish of St. Chad , but it is possible that Betton became so detached only through the appropriation of the eastern

    Parishes Stanford on Teme

    are Hull (xiv cent.) 6 ; Oram's Ground, Orlton's Crosse, Cockshout Gate, New Mill Gate , Share Hill , Baltentree, Betton 's Hill (xvii cent.). 7 MANORS The manor of STANFORD ON TEME was held as two manors before the

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 21 September 1642, 21 September 1642-21 September 1642

    she desired an Order of this House, for her Security:" Which was accordingly Ordered. Betton to be examined about a Riot. The Petition of Ric'd Betton , of London , Merchant, being apprehended by this House for Suspicion of a

    Charitable accounts of the Ironmongers' Company

    Charitable accounts of the Ironmongers' Company IRONMONGERS' COMPANY. Charitable Accounts. Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Justice Randall's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining, in the City of London, of which the following persons are the

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 30 August 1642, 30 August 1642-30 August 1642

    for. Ordered, upon the reading of a Petition of Owen George , and an Affidavit annexed, That Rich. Betton Senior, and Rich. Betton Junior, and Rich. Owen , shall be sent for, as Delinquents. Message from the H. C. with

    Draft report on Boone's Charity

    Draft report on Boone's Charity MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY. Mr. Hare's Draft Report. TO THE CHARITY COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES. In pursuance of a minute of the Board of the 28th day of March 1862, I have inquired into

    Wills, 1649-60

    Wills 1649-60. ANNO DOMINI 1649 Monday next before F. of Nativity of S. John Baptist [24 June ] . . Yeend (Abraham), of the parish of S. Magnus near London Bridge, "Marchaunttaillor." To be buried with his wife in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymdriniaeth arnynt heb gymorth deddfwriaethol. Ymhlith y rhai hyn yr oedd Yagolion Howell yn Llandaff a Dinbych. Elusenan Bevan a Betton, yr angenrheidrwydd am gynorthwy i yagolheigion tlodion, a seFyllfa bresenol Colee Aberyst- wvtb. Barnai y gellid gwneyd Yagolion Howell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fit o bunau yr un. Dydd Mawrth, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, cynyg- iodd Esgob Llanelwy yn Nlhy yr Arglwyddi fod Elusen Betton i gael ei chadw allan Tyyddi gylch rheolaeth cynllun Bwrdd iCanolog Addysg Cymru, ac ni fu erioed waith haws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esgob Llanelwy yn Ca llwyddianus i gael gan Dy yr Arglwyddi bi3 benderfyniad yn deisyf ar i drysorfa Hi Elusen Betton gael ei gait allan rhag bod ml dan reolaeth y Bwrdd Addysg Canolog. am Gadawyd yr arian hyn ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this morning if the cause, the Attorney-General v. the Iron- mongers' Company. Many years since a gbntletnan of property, named Betton, by will bequeathed a cohsider- able sum of money to be applied for the " redemption of slaves in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 83. Bra Baiter-At Bath, the Rev Thomas Fry, H A, in his 813th year-0, the ist ult at Abbott's Betton, near Shrewsbury, Mrs Calcott, aged 92-On the 3rd lust, at 25 Kensington square, J Abercrombe, Esq, aged 82-On the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CANDLAND, Thomas (d.1617), of Ludlow, Salop.

    when he was ‘sick in body’ 15 Apr. 1617. He left two-thirds of his property in Ludlow and lands at Betton in Shropshire, and Beguildy in Radnor to his wife, with remainder to William Bevan and his wife Alice, the

    HESKETH, Robert (1560-1620), of Rufford and Martholme, Lancs.

    was required to furnish one light horse for Ireland.[footnote]Hesketh owned property at Rufford, Holmes, Holmeswood, Martholme, Great Harwood, Howicke and Betton. He inherited the family residence at Martholme, a two-storied stone house which his father had rebuilt. In his will,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    and Harriett his Wife, Mary Morris, since deceased, and The Reverend John Bright Bright in the said Bill called John Betton Bright, were the Defendants, whereby it was ordered that the Peti¬ tioner's Bill should stand dismissed out of the Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1698, 25 January 1699

    45° ° Januarii. A, Duty en Leather. Amendments thereunto; which they had directed him to report, when the Houfe will pleafe to receive the fame. Ordered, That the Report be made To-morrow Morning. And then the Houfe adjourned till Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1723, 9 April 1723

    before he gave over standing as a of the Book; viz. Nomina Villar\ Villatar, tatem Villa. Salop. Eaton juxta Pyecheford Betton Straunge Altemere button Mecle Bracy * * Pullyky Newbold Whelbache Whytley Hanwod Magna Hanwod Parva Horten JVodcote Newton Edgebali Subscribers-only content

    Recogntion of accession, 15 May 1727

    Richard Plumer Tho. Sidney Tyrawly J. Montgomerie Rob. Sourbee Hub. Marßall Roger Martin Jn. Jones Rob. Corbet Will. Corbet Wriothefley Betton Cha. Lumley Tho. Salt Charles Lucas Hen. Holcombe Tho. Cartwright Abel Stibbs W. Shaw Edward Brown Ben. Whiten Dun. Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1830, 8 April 1830

    314 8s Aprilis. A. 1830. Duties of Stamps in respect of certain Medicines, and of Licenses to vend the same; and in respect of Licenses to Hawkers, &c.—continued. SCHEDULE, PART VII.—continued. MEDICINES—For and upon every packet, box, bottle, pot, Subscribers-only content


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