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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherfield English

    cottages in the lane near the site of the old church mark the spot where the entrance gates once stood. Birchwood , from which 'a plot of land not exceeding nine acres' was included in the sale of the manor

    Townships Turton

    no. 36. Roger de Birchwood gave all his land in Turton to Robert son of Thomas de Longworth in 1297 ; Towneley MS. DD , no. 699. Roger's brother Henry is named. The bounds of Birchwood began at Redclough Head.

    Parishes Wolverley

    Dep. Mich. 26 Chas. II, no. 14). The underwood at Birchwood was leased to Thomas Hooke in 1579 for 20 s . by the dean and chapter. In 1668 Birchwood was leased to William Thornborough and afterwards to William Talbot

    Dedham Introduction Dedham c. 1790

    to c . 38 m. on the flat plateau of Dedham Heath in the south, and to 46 m. at Birchwood in the south- west corner of the parish. 16 The scarp along the river is slightly steeper in the

    Dedham Economic history

    smallholdings between 1 a. and 5 a. A higher proportion was owner occupied than in neighbouring parishes. 71 In 1912 Birchwood farm (145 a.) apparently specialized in dairying and cattle raising. 72 Stud farm, used by a horse dealer between

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rose, Blackburn, Lancashire, drysalter. [Adlington and Co. Bedford row. S. Frank, Oswestry, Shropshire, farmer. [Oswell, Lincoln's inn fields. S. Woolley, Birchwood, Derbyshire, coal dealer. [Yallop, Furnivalps inn. E. Emerson, Manchester, thread manufacturer. [Newman, (L'ncoln's inn fields. 3. Jackson, Lincoln, chemist. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following houses Was announced :-Mescrs Rlodgett and Brierly, spinners, of Blackburn, with liabilities'estiniated at 70,000. ; MIessrs Swaiinson and Birchwood, with ample assets; J. Barton and Co., silk dealers, 25,0001. being the debt, according to report W. Hartevright, twist, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chalener, Charles street, Westbourne terrace, milliner-C. L. Swainson and J. Birchwood, Manchester, manufacturers-D. Pearson, Dudley Fort Foundry, Staffordshire, engine manufacturer. 22 BANKRUPTS. J. S. Yeats, Bank chambers, Lothbury, stockbroker. [Shearnman and Slater, Great Tower street. C. Skingley, Maldon, E-sex, cornmission Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Shaw, Bristol, carrier. [Jones and Co. Bristol. D. Turner, Sheffield, innkeeper. [Moss, Sergeant's inn. C. L. Swainson and J. Birchwood, Manchester, manufaceturers. EPittendreigh ad Co. Gray's inn. T. G. Ferguson, H. Taylor, and G. F. Hanley, Manchester, commission merchants. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Whita- ker, Heilme, Lancashire, licensed victualler-November 14, P. Silthies, Turner Fold, Lancashire, timberdealer-November 13, C. L. Swainson and J. Birchwood, -Manchester, manufacturers-November 12, M. B. Bell, Newcastle upon-Tyne, vletualler-November 15, T. Metcalf, North Shields, Northumberland, banker- November 15, J. Subscribers-only content

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