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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Charities for the poor

    1811 the charity bought Barn Hall farm, adjacent to Brickhouse farm; 10 parts of it were sold in 1899 11 and 1931, and the remainder in 1945 . The land of Brickhouse farm was sold for building between 1893 and

    Blaisdon Economic history

    main farms in 1839 were Velthouse and Spout farms held together with 230 a., Stanley farm with 102 a., and Brickhouse farm with 76 a. 21 Six farms were recorded in 1856 22 and three farms and a market garden

    West Bergholt Economic history

    cattle in the 1650s . 16 There was probably another brickworks on Bergholt Hall manor at Coney Byes farm, formerly Brickhouse farm, where the surrounding field names indicate brick and tile manufacture. 17 Brickmaking also expanded on Cooks Hall manor

    Brewham Brewham in 1839

    one farm of 94 a. New h ouses were built for the tenants; the house for the farm known as Brickhouse or the Prospect stood near the boundary with Brewham Lodge . It had 8 hearths before 1662 50 and

    Parishes Standon

    College in 1815 . 294 The farm lies to the south-west of Old Hall Green . Stonehouse alias Brickhouse The STONEHOUSE alias BRICKHOUSE estate may perhaps be traced to John Field , who in 1477 died seised of nine messuages

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Top, South Sta iordahire Colliery, Hall End Collierynld. Swann o Pith, .It was aleo reported-that the men ediployed at ie Brickhouse Colliery hnd been offered an advance of 10 per e cent., bItt had refused to'work, and said'theytequired an in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    matter, Mr. Marten said that they had not sufficient evidence before them to warrant alteration in the position of the Brickhouse Colliery. Of course, if Mr. Dunn's statements turned out to be correct his case would be considered in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a very lxcellent EED of CLAY, mxutable for the manufacture of Staffordshire Blue Bricks and other t articles, on the Brickhouse Estate at West Bromewich, belonging to the Birmingham Coal Company. The property adjoins thecanal, i end is near the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M-AOHINERY, TOOLS, &C., FOR SALE raociL) Ii "Qo~t'u.Pl'I5l:Sor Q'yn'ng-zo'i' M-ilhine,, e-rely iein ,toc~i 0.N- 1N' ,LAN'T-1 I"l I" h.'rya M hii~e. bondo per1o's.'itv, ,'-'r a tk ocrte "t 'n -C,',.C.':t:'t. Cai l!;ike £&.-an~lo and Tt, ;A IXI;,, Fel.l D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that-it might be rated to the same amount as the Spring Fields and Warrens Hall collieries.-Messrs. J. and G. Dunn, Brickhouse Colliery, asked for large graduation on the ground that the colliery was sel-contained. It was not connected with any Subscribers-only content

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