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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newcastle-under-Lyme Schools and charities

    housed at Hempstalls C.P. School. Broadmeadow Council School, 65 Hodgkinson St., Chesterton 1904 Infants' school. JM/I by 1912 . Became Broadmeadow Senior School in 1931 (q.v.) when infants and juniors transferred to Albert Street Schools. Broadmeadow C.P. School, 66 Hodgkinson

    Angerton Moss

    his widow released her dower right therein; ibid. 337-8. Adam son of William de Bardsey gave up his right in Broadmeadow and Adam de Hudleston released his forty wagon loads of turf; ibid. 339. Nicholas de Broughton and John son

    Parishes Hildersham

    's day by certain cottagers, as well as by the lord and his farmers. 199 The village meadows, such as Broadmeadow , which was intercommonable with Little Abington c . 1730, and Mid summer meadow, lay along the river. 200

    Townships Clifton -with-Salwick

    three closes and two doles and a half in the Broadmeadow was worth £2 1 s . a year, and the Old Hall with half a dole in the Broadmeadow £2 10 s . The Westgrims Moss is named. A

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Stivichall

    31 Property in Stivichall formerly belonging to a chantry in Sutton Coldfield church, which had been founded by one Thomas Broadmeadow at an unknown date, was included in a grant to Thomas Fisher and Thomas Dabridgecourt in 1549 . It

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATER ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. BENEFIT OF MRs. M. IL SIMPSON, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, March i7, will appear for thinNsh l. TkSrerfOyh=neOwwillcommencewitli 'MbLOND1AJSU 4 m Afte whih aVarity Eieualnmntcncluding with ~A5XE ONAYth Cecoate Men IELSON. OF WLES THEATRE. UME THEATRE will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aresl 84 yeare, Benjsmin l teMnaox, Esq., late of Shaftmoor. Hall (;reen SLA.yr.-On the 17th inst,, aged 9 years, Blanche Broadmeadow the belored child of Thomas Slann, chemist, Sherlock Street; deeply lamented. WstiEssouEv.-On the 2D)ili inst,, of consumption, in thl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rFo KiNG'S NdTkA s.-At & meteting held in King's Norton last night, amongst those present being Messrs. James : adwio, Broadmeadow, .W W. Wiggin, Alexandet Pope, Dr. Wrightson, H. Pope, J. Binley, Edwin Corab, J. Pope, Edwin Wall (secretary Worcestershire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liable for the rent for twelve months certain. "J. B."-Address the trustee of the "Bishon Hall Trust," Mir. James Baldwin, Broadmeadow, 1{ings Ncrton. "Manxt"-You must becontent wvith the answer already given; we cannot in this column argue out monetary problems. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walker, W. W. Wiggin, F. E. King, T. P Cartwright, A. J. Taylor, H. Taylor, T. Little- ford, J. Baldwin (Broadmeadow), W. Gibbs, . EI Coryh, W. Martin, . H. Cartand, 0. Pi Lane, E. 1M. Coleman, I. Jocelyne, CGape, Subscribers-only content

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