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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Holwell

    the west of the road. In the south-east corner of the parish is a small group of houses, known as Cadwell , and on the northern boundary is Holwellbury , the only considerable building in the parish, with Old Ramerick

    The Domesday survey The text

    is worth 20 s . Brun the priest holds of the King 3 v . of land in Cadewelle [ Cadwell near Chalgrove ] . (There is) land for 1 plough. This is there in demesne. It was worth 20


    the income was £6, 953 and in 1954 -6 £5 was still being so applied. 954 William Wheeler , of Cadwell Farm, Brightwell Baldwin , by will proved 1915, left £100, the income of which was to be applied to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fvor eMr. JamTes Gilisosn, Farster, Tettmple BDulsall, bsy Berktswell, Warivickshiire. 'lensm happy to say that I have been tis AMr. Cadwell to get my corns cored, and it is well sr me tahvateeveer Icentlfor before that I counK never walk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Go-den Lse, St Aari"e, Manchesetr. "lIaml most happy to certify that after muceh suffering fraon a bed coin, I sppliedrollyr. Cadwell, who hascarefully attendedeandored it for me in a very short time. hanchester, MaY lmch, 18S9. ROBEBT Gr-a DA, L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they were before I had corns, and I quite enjsiy walking. Eeton, Northanmptonlire, Oct. 15, 1859,. A sM OP.IDDOcs. blr. Cadwell will attend respectable families at tljv r Om Wedueesday nnonnings, from rea to Terolve, during the winter monf't4 Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D-L, TIIE CICOcODISTo IN W0LVr, cc PtA PTON.S reders will perceive, on reference to our advertising columns, iI,, ag M1r. Cadwell, the well-known chiropod"st. of Aria .treet, BSingbc igo ha" made arrangements to gvs Wolverhampton the beneflt os A Prof Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMR. BRIGET'S VISIT TO BIRMINGHAM. Mr. Briglhtremained inBirmingham yesterday. H:eleaves for 1oclidale this morning. Yesterday morning the officers of the Liberal Association invited the chairmen aind sacrotarios of the several ward committees, and the menibers of the Management Coin- Subscribers-only content

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