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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Charities

    was being distributed instead of wheat; in that year six parishioners each received 10 s . 72 William Stevens of Bishton c . 1677 left £5 for an annual payment to five poor widows, and the interest, 5 s .,

    Lichfield Parliamentary representation

    Tory, Samuel Hill of Shenstone . At a byelection in 1718 Chetwynd was displaced by a Tory, William Sneyd of Bishton in Colwich ; it was then alleged that Whig supporters were 'barbarously beaten and abused and their lives endangered

    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    the houses there included Bishton Farm to the west of the junction, Rye Farm to the east, and another farm-house to the south. 39 In 1813 all three were stone houses with tiled roofs, as Bishton and Rye Farms remained

    Wombridge Economic history

    . 34 One of the initial Lilleshall partners was John Bishton the elder (d. 1803), who in 1793 with Benjamin Rowley leased mines in Priorslee from the Beaufoy family. Bishton formed a partnership with other lessees soon after, and in

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Thomas near Stafford

    The canons continued to receive small benefactions of this sort; before 1194 they had acquired land in Acton Trussell and Bishton (in Colwich ), 29 and about the same time a rent in Callowhill (in Kingstone ). 30 In the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SNEYD, William (c.1693-1745), of Bishton, Staffs.

    (c.1693-1745), of Bishton, Staffs. Constituency Dates Lichfield 10 Dec. 1718 Biography Sneyd, whose grandfather had represented Newcastle-under-Lyme in James II’s only Parliament, was the cousin of Ralph Sneyd of Keele, M.P. Staffordshire 1713-15, who led the Jacobite riots in the

    SNEYD, Ralph (1692-1733), of Keele Hall and Bradwell, Staffs.

    activities are difficult to differentiate from those of his numerous relatives, especially his namesake, and second cousin, Ralph Sneyd of Bishton, who was a j.p. in the later years of Queen Anne’s reign. Ralph Sneyd of Keele has been regarded

    HERBERT, Charles (by 1503-?57), of Troy, Mon.

    VI; steward, lands of Grace Dieu abbey, Tintern abbey and Usk priory, Mon. by 1535, bp. of Llandaff’s manor of Bishton, Mon. by 1535; commr. tenths of spiritualities, Llandaff diocese 1535, benevolence, Mon. 1544/45, relief 1550, goods of churches and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parchn. T. M. Green, a D. W. Davies. Penderfyyd 1 fsleedd yn el adeilndu )ddoldy mewn ovrylltiad Q1J Iaonmaitin yn Bishton, ond gnn fad y tir bron i gyd h dnn droed awdurdodol yr offeiriaid. cawsom deirle y a buassi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any amendimeits they may deem desirable. Per- mission was given to borrow £100 for the erection of the school-room at Bishton. To sign the note the following - ed brethren :-Revs. Edw. Owen and T. M. Green; Messrs. 1E Edwk. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y diwrnod oedd wedi ei di nodi iddynt gael gwledd. Cychwynodd y eorbydall B am naw yn y boren hyd Bishton. Yna ffurfiwyd y a oryndaith, a ehanwyd amryw ddarnau priodol i'.r TL amgylchiad. Fe ddywedodd un hen *r duwiol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cychwynwyd o LIaumartin am naw y bolen, yn cael au bNaenoyi gan y Frfe and Drusmr Band, a cherldwgd trwy Bishton, yna :aed i'r pedair brake, a cher-d du eraill Yu c poh hares dyma yr ail proeeession dir- westol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the cause amongst them. The Presbytery urged them to stait a Sunday School at Llanmartin, as well as 1 Bishton. The next Presbytery to be held at Eqlaina, i July 12. Stl FFLINT.-Brymbo, Mawrth 27. Llywydd, Parelh I Griffith Subscribers-only content

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