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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Manors

    manor in Lapworth in 1320 , 90 continued to hold Bushwood , of the chief manor of Stratford . Sir John de Bishopsdon obtained a grant of free warren in Bushwood in 1319 , 91 and in 1339 , with

    Wanstead Economic history

    award Wanstead Flats and Wanstead Park were preserved as part of the forest, along with a few smaller areas, including Bushwood , near Leytonstone , George Green , at Cambridge Park , and Eagle Pond , Snaresbrook . 70 Wanstead

    Parishes Lapworth

    350 ft. to 432 ft. Another stream, running south down the middle of the parish, forms the western boundary of Bushwood . From Lowsonford , at the south-east angle of the parish, Lapworth Street runs north-west to Birmingham by way

    Wanstead Introduction

    fashionable spa. The spring may have been at Bushwood . 18 Until the 19th century Wanstead retained much woodland, part of Epping Forest , small patches of which still survive at Bushwood and Snaresbrook . Wanstead Flats form a wide

    Wanstead Religious history

    them began to meet for worship at Wanstead . 55 In 1870 the Becontree assembly rooms and archery ground at Bushwood were bought for a meeting-house, 56 mainly at the expense of J. Gurney Barclay . Substantial alterations were made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they were hatching the conspiracy. The family seat of Robert Catesby, the heart and soul of the Gunpowder Treason, was Bushwood, some eleven miles distant from Stratford; John Grant resided at Nor- brook, which is still nearer the little town; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (superior), age 20, as Honsemaid, in small family : Hand-. G worth. Must be good ncedlewman-Apply, by letter, Mrs Kerby, Bushwood, Heley-in-Arden. c2139 , MOrL Wanted; oae who can cook.-Apply, 41. Cran.o St2eet, .GBtrfinnbaghtam. c457 tIRL respectable) Wanted; abont 17; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ordered him to be dismissed from his master's service, and that the wages due to him should be sacrificed.-A poor rate of 9d in the pound was allowed for the hamlet of Bushwood, in the parish of 'Old Strat- ford. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. NANTWICH. PETTY SnscoNa.-At these Sessions, before Wilbra. ham Tollernache, Esq. (Mayor-SHarkey and Henry Ack- royd Bsqre, at the instance of Mr. W. Hewitt, Overseer of the township of Audlem, a labourer named Joseph Bromfield was sued for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POOR lATS.-loor rates have 'been made by the Kfazis- trate. for the following places :-6d. for the ham let of Bushwood, in the parish of .Uowington; is 3d. for Leek Wootton; 5d. for WVolvarton; Is. for Wasperrton;. 1I 31 for Subscribers-only content

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