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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMITH, Sir Lawrence (c.1516-82), of Chester and Hough, Cheshire.

    for the soldiers’ charges.[footnote]He was a comparatively wealthy landowner, holding property not only at Chester and Hough, but at Chorlton, Blakenhall and elsewhere in the county; and in a district where a number of the leading gentry were crypto-Catholics, his

    MYNORS, John, of Uttoxeter, Staffs.

    14th century. There seems little doubt that he was a kinsman, perhaps even the grandson, of Thomas Mynors, lord of Blakenhall, a local commissioner of some note, and that his other relatives included John Mynors (fl. 1392) of Uttoxeter, from

    WALSALL, William (d.1414), of Rushall, Staffs.

    of the manor of ‘Myners’ by Richard Mynors and others, although since the defendants recovered it and the manor of Blakenhall three years later, the action may have been collusive. During the Trinity term of 1413 Walsall began two suits

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pattingham, Staffordshire, hay, strewv, an fruit dealer. JAIrrs POOLE, Church Street, Blaston, Staffordshire, butkeh. late greengricer. SIDNEY IesE, Park Street, Blakenhall, Wolverhampt, grocer and baker. ISAAC STARNoN, residing at 20, Celdmore Road, Waeua builder and contractor. SAMUEL BARRATT, late of Subscribers-only content

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    ClABINET-MAKERS Wanted.-Apply, C. Bamford. B. Perry and - YCoTemple Street Works. Wolvechampton, or af ter 6.30 at I, rStroisd osel0, Blakenhall. c4709 C~ANVASSER.-Reepettabte MlanWanted. Bont terms, pityable. advance.-New York Photo Co., 54, New Street. , 3 CIANVASSER and Collector Subscribers-only content

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    Bl~ston, Staffordshire, butcher and greengrocer. Gzoaoz DIXON, 4, Church Street, Newcasien-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, boot and shloe manufacturer. SIDNEY 12:uE, Park Street, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton, grocer and baker. WILLrAM DEACON CURZON, residing at The Lodge, Murdock Road, Handsworth, and carrying on business at Subscribers-only content

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    hard labonr each. cc not BRUTAL ASSAULT BY A WOMA'.-At the Police Court, 6 tent on Wednesday, Catherine Monaghan, of Blakenhall, was P rent charged, on remand, with assaulting Mary Ann Hughes. I. like On the 1st instant the parties Subscribers-only content

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    ASqAULTING A TRAIMCeAR CONDU0CTOR.-Yesterday, at tire Police Court-before Mr. B. Whitchouss and Mr. F. A. Homer-James Walker, hawker, Cobden Street, Blakenhall, Wolverlamptoin, was charged with Assaulting Jsepie Bennitt, a conductor on the tramaway.-On Sun- iday tire defendant coneplaireed about the Subscribers-only content

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