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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rusholme

    a surname from it. Matthew son of Matthew de Haversage granted to Matthew son of Matthew de Birches the whole land of Hindley Birches , at a rent of 3 s .; the bounds show that it lay between Gore

    Birch Economic history

    Birch occupied the main part of the parish and small areas of neighbouring parishes. William a Birches manor lay in the south-east extremities of Birch and perhaps also in Layer-de-la- Haye . 64 Other small parts of Birch belonged to

    Little Wenlock Manor and other estates

    portion, comprising 34 a. of arable and 40 a. of pasture, with meadow and woodland, to William Warham of the Birches . 98 In 1678 William's third son, 99 William Warham of Whittimere , sold it to his nephew 1

    Little Wenlock

    seem to have been defined in the 13th century by man-made clearings. 89 At the southernmost tip the boundary followed Birches brook and a tributary. Except for a narrow arm of territory extending northwards from the northeast corner, the ancient

    Townships Astley

    Robert Edge . 77 The family of Sale , inheriting from that of Birches , of whom the first on record was Henry son of Henry 'at Birches ' in 1292 , 78 long held lands here. Also the family

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gynt o . Erw Wen, Islaw'rdre£ Claddwyd hi ddydd ! Llun yn myawent Llauelltyd. JONxs,-Tachwedd 2V., yn 155 Moston St., Birches read, Hanley, Elizabeth, priod y Parch 0 B Jones, yn 52 oec. TIIC)MASN-Eydief 27ain, yn dra anuisgwyliadwy, Mr Edward Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of his opportunities of observation when he lived in the Pocklington quarter, he now shows up the family of the Birches, and unsparingly describes the various young gentlemen whom he helped to teach at the Rodwell Regis academy. The Doctor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also excellent ;- and Mr. Saunders's novel must, altogether, be placed high above the average. The Glen of thre Silzer Birches. By E. Owens Blackburnme. 2 vols. Remington and Co. A .Land League novel should -show very exceptional abilities if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Read. Ndg hasten. . c2149 C'OOK(good), about dl,Wanited, dairy. Kitcheinmaid kept. Country. Good character ridispensable.-Apply to Mrs. Wilkes Webb, The Birches, Hagloy, Stourbridge. c27U Fbor ycsainldfl of 11 Wa~nte, 4f~ver'tijffs st~s ace .Page 7. (COOK (t~lsssmm',lyl godFla!n) the 'aeecletreference, .Jnew. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtin cmforableome, as abdvs for Lady 19. Domesticated, j do goodineedlewoin an. Sanail salary. Refersnoes.--Address, 2, Suther- a fland Plsoe, Birches Darn Road, Wolverhampton. t5646 _ Fb~a C OVBNRSS (25) a iesa B nwagement In a family after ;,e bridgeoertificae.Svrlea Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, July 1685, 01 July 1685-31 July 1685

    home. 6. Monday, I dined at the Crowne in Bloomesbury; there was Player, Gerard, Birch, Corbyn, youth a friend of Birches & 2 clarks of Gerards; in the evening, Swinborne came to speake with Gerard; but stayd not; we parted

    Index, B

    secretary to Spinola, 177, 221, 259, 273. Birch , T., "The Life of Henry, Prince of Wales," 447 n . Birches , 217. Bird , John, bailiff of Colchester, 138. Birmingham (co. Warw.) [Brimingham ] , letter dated from, 289.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 30, April 1764, 01 April 1764-30 April 1764

    several Roads leading from The Buck's Head at Watling Street to Beckbury and The New Inn , and from The Birches Brook to the Hand Post in the Parish of Kemberton , in the County of Salop ." Ordered, That

    General Index, B, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    for the Revenue of Excise, pass for Commissioner for Disbanding the New Raised Forces Sampson, j.p., named Alderman of Stafford Birches (Burches), in Burslem, co. Stafford Bird , , former incumbent of Cleybroke vicarage Edward, named Capital Burgess and Town Subscribers-only content

    Letters and Papers, February 1539, 26-28, 01 February 1539-28 February 1539

    & c., in Routon, in the tenure of Ric. Cowper and Margery his wife; the woods and land called "le Birches," "le Gresse parks," "le Sprynge," "Clarkes More," "Hilwood," "High Parke," "lez Longe Grevey," "Anneswood," "Blakesyche" in Routon, and "Glynhalle,"

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    Roads, " leading from The Buck's Head at Watling Street to " Beckbury and The New Inn, and from The Birches •' Brook to the Hand Poft in the Parifh of Kemberten, in " the County of Salop ;" to Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1764, 2 April 1764

    leading from The Buck's Head at Watling Street Roads 8.U- " to Beckbiiry and The New Inn, and from The Birches ** Brook to the Hand Poit in the Parifli of Kembertm, " in the-County of Salop." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1764, 10 April 1764

    Roads leading from The Bucks Head at Wailing " Street to Beckbury and The New Inn, and from The " Birches Brook to the Hand Poft in the Parifli of Kem- " berton in the County of Salop," was committed Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1764, 19 April 1764

    feveral Roads leading from the Buck's Head " at Wailing Street to Beckbury and The New Inn, and " from Birches Brook to the Hand Poft in the Parifh " of Kemberton, in the County of Salop" "31. An Aft Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1778, 25 February 1778

    : Bridgef&J Road Bill. * With a Bill, intituled,." An Aft for repairing and " widening the Road from the Birches Brook to Build- " was Bridge, and from thence to join the Watting " Street Turnpike Road at Tern Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SNEYD, William II (c.1643-1708), of The Birches, Burslem, Staffs.

    (c.1643-1708), of The Birches, Burslem, Staffs. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1685 Ofifces Held Alderman, Newcastle 1685-7. Biography Unlike his elder brother Ralph, who stood for Newcastle as an exclusionist in 1681, Sneyd seems to have been a Tory. In the new

 

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