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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Broseley BROSELEY IN 1620 BROSELEY IN 1902 Broseley wood: the tobacco pipe works of William Southorn & Co., King Street , probably in the later 19th century Broseley : Birch Meadow Sunday School in 1864 .

    BroseleyBROSELEY The name Broseley probably means 'woodland clearing of the fort guardian', and much of Broseley remained wooded in the Middle Ages. 12 For 350 years from the late 16th century coal, ironstone, and clay were successively exploited in

    Caughley CAUGHLEY AND SWINNEY c. 1790 Caughley: The Salopian China Manufactory c . 1800

    north-south road from Rowton and Swinbatch in Broseley crossed Caughley township via Caughley Hall. It was crossed near the Hall by another running west from Swinney and forking at Inett : north-west towards Broseley and south-west towards the Dean and

    Linley LINLEY 1901

    parish church and then became united to Broseley rectory, although Broseley itself was not entirely independent of Holy Trinity until 1595. 16 In the 1920s , by arrangement with the rector of Broseley with Linley , the rector of Willey

    Benthall BENTHALL 1938

    in Broseley (presumably Broseley Wood). Benthall denied it, saying that he had built only two cottages, at Benthall Marsh and for miners not disorderly people. 13 Nevertheless settlement along Benthall brook expanded in the 17th century. By contrast with Broseley

    Wrockwardine Nonconformity

    . iii. 209. Lich. Dioc. Regy., bps.' reg. G, p. 340; P.R.O., RG 31/2, Lich. no. 992. Shrews. Sch. libr., Broseley circuit bk. 1815-41 . S.R.O. 3605/1 , p. 37. G.R.O., Worship reg. nos. 14862, 22814; Return of Churches ,

    List of maps and other figures

    Salop . XLIII . SW.; LI . NW. ( 1938 edn.) " 248 25 Broseley in 1620 . Based on S.R.O. 1224/1 /32 " 259 26 Broseley in 1902 . Based on O.S. Maps 6", Salop . XLIII . SE.,

    Willey WILLEY IN 1618 Willey : the Hall and Church in 1674 Willey Park in 1825

    S.P.R. Heref . xvi (5), pp. viii-x. Bannister, op. cit. 44; above, Broseley , churches. H.W.R.O.(H.), HD 7, Broseley presentment of 1662; cf. Par . Regs. of Broseley , ed. A. F. C. C. Langley , i ( 1889 ),

    The Liberty and Borough of Wenlock THE BOROUGH OR FRANCHISH OF WENLOCK c. 1831 WENLOCK MUNCIPAL BOROUGH 1836 - 1966

    when the Welds also owned Bourton hundred (which had jurisdiction over Broseley 's 'socage land'), they demarcated the Broseley commons ( 1648 ) and thwarted the lord of Broseley 's attempt to usurp a court leet and take felons' goods

    Little Wenlock Nonconformity

    2280/16 /185, p. 13; Trinder, Ind. Rev. Salop . 197. S.P.L., C 98.7 v.f., Shrews. circuit plan. Shrews. Sch. libr., Broseley circuit bk. 1815-41 . S.P.L., L 98.7 v.f. Wellington circuit plan of 1878. P.R.O., RG 31/2, Lich., no. 1109.

    Little Wenlock Local government and public services

    33 and Little Wenlock was in Madeley poorlaw union 1836-1930 . 34 Little Wenlock was within the jurisdiction of the Broseley court of requests from 1782 35 until its abolition under the County Courts Act, 1846. 36 Edward IV's 1468

    Dawley Local government Dewley Urban District

    . 56 A pinfold was in need of repair in 1721 . 57 Dawley was within the jurisdiction of the Broseley court of requests from 1782 58 until its abolition under the County Courts Act, 1846. 59 Records of the


    Warin of Metz or his male descendants, lords of Broseley until the 13th century. 63 In the 13th century Arlescott was held by the Beysins, lords of Broseley . Philip of Broseley (d. c . 1240) held Arlescott in 1230

    Accumulations and collections in the Shropshire Record Office used

    4011, 4044 Board of Inland Revenue 2251 Stoke St. Milborough school 2283, 3903 Hughley parish 2519, 3571 Cardington parish 2991 Broseley parish 2992 Barrow parish 2993 Benthall parish 3315 Eaton-under-Heywood parish 3365 Shrewsbury Corporation (pre- 1836 ) 3568 Willey parish

    Lesser Poston

    Little Poston , occasionally described as a manor, passed to the Beysin family. 3 It descended with their share of Broseley until the division of the Harewell estate in 1534 when Little Poston fell to Agnes, wife of John Smith

    List of illustrations

    Accumulations 14 R. D. Newill of Wellington 407 Mayler, Teasdale & Co. of Old Jewry 604 Potts & Potts of Broseley 1011, 1300, 3288, 3651 Salt & Sons of Shrewsbury 1101 Liddle & Heane of Newport 1150 Farrer & Co.

    Little Wenlock Church

    gave a third turn to the vicar of Much Wenlock in exchange for a third turn in the patronage of Broseley with Benth all . 67 From 1968 the rector also held Coalbrookdale vicarage 68 and in 1978 both livings

    List of plates

    the old and new halls. Drawing, c . 1840, in Bodl. MS. Top. Salop . c. 2, f. 377 21 Broseley : the Square and High Street . Postcard by R. Mansell & Sons in S.P.L. 22 Much Wenlock :


    land which by 1844 formed the south-western excrescence of Benthall parish: 74 in 1618 land west of the road to Broseley (including Posenhall green) was reckoned part of Posenhall , but it was later in Benthall . 75 Part of

    Madeley Protestant nonconformity

    Kingdom Hall in Queen Street , Madeley . 54 Friends. Abraham Darby (I) was involved in the affairs of the Broseley Quaker meeting by 1706 . 55 There were eight Quaker families in Madeley parish in 1716 but no meeting

    Introduction PART OF MUNSLOW HUNDRED c. 1831

    at Benthall and Jackfield to become internationally renowned. The area's only towns besides Broseley are Much Wenlock and Church Stretton . They have little in common with Broseley or each other. Much Wenlock , where there seems to have been

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