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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolverley

    claimed to have held land in BLAKESHALL from the end of the 13th or early 14th century, when Mabell (here a man's name) Sebright of Blakeshall married Catherine daughter of Ralph Cowper of Blakeshall . 66 It is known that

    Parishes Besford

    . Sebright, baronet. Argent three cinq foils sable . William Sebright , who belonged to the family of Sebright of Blakeshall in Wolverley , died seised of the manor on 27 October 1620 , 54 and was succeeded by his

  • * British History Online *

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    Anthony Stapleton, May 25th, 1574; surrendered his office, April 27th, 1613. He was the eldest son of Edward Sebright, of Blakeshall, in the county of Worcest er. He purchased the Manor of Besford, in the said county. He was twice

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l diles over boilly ndtltlat j - cosoutry being deligthtful in the eatremue.O ihe tk p17- sw , Farms of Blakeshall. C-loreoall, Debialc ~'1.;*t each havingalFarmhooeos. ootratrael 'ho entirely on the lighnter Oelsofthsem wrodaaart thi, '~ 'II, r free iii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    funds of the above charity have been recently received:-Donatian: Arthur Ryland, Esq., the Mayor of Birmingbam,t£5.; and William Hancocks, Esq., Blakeshall, Kidderminster, £10., being his fourth donation. .eic Sbscriptions: The Guardians of the Poor of Ludlow Union, £2. 2.*; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolution was passed, WESLEIYAN MUTUAL IMPROVsMENT SOCIETY. - The members and friends of this Institution spent a pleasant day at Blakeshall, on tiaturday.' They muatered to the number of about sixty, and were conveyed to BlakeshaU in commodious vihiclei. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fairfield, in the parish of Bell- broughton. in the said county of Worcester, Farmer, and Jolls EDMONDS (since deceased), of Blakeshall. in the parish.of Wolverle, in thesaidcounty,3Farmer the Executors io the saidwilluausnI, are hereby required to SINED in PARTICULARS of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co., 43.5 Vicrtoca Street, Swindons, Wilta. elm6 CIHNCRPOLISHSES.-Men. for Jn'nery workc.-Frank Long, F -Bossore Street; or 15, Park Street, Blakeshall, Woleerbmp ton. cimpB JI RECHPLS R Watd at once.-Hencry Packwood 12~ Iiiddermineter.__ .19, ~R0ZKN-.9Tfl-,AT.-Wauktd. yvunc Ma~nforahove trade; in-doors .F2State Subscribers-only content

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