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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Roman catholicism

    at Stoke Hill Guildhouse and at the school. 66 The parish of Our Lady of the Assumption, Tile Hill and Canley , also originated in 1950 with the appointme nt of a resident priest to the district and the celebration

    Parishes Stoneleigh

    style on a site given by Lord Leigh and largely at his expense. Westwood , with its hamlets of Fletchamstead, Canley , and Tile Hill , was included within the city boundary in 1927 , and other parts of the

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Asthill, Horwell, and Whoberley

    south-west of St. Michael 's parish, mainly to the east of the stream which runs south from Hearsall Common to Canley Ford . There was a well here called Horwell or Whorwell from at least the 14th century, and the

    The City of Coventry Public education

    in Canley as an emergency college for men students housed in premises which had been built as a war-time hostel. Women students were first admitted in 1948 . Building has been more or less continuous on the 30-acre Canley site

    The City of Coventry Protestant nonconformity: Places of worship

    of the same site, seating 250. In 1954 there were 166 church members. 7 D'AURBENY ROAD , CANLEY. See Prior Deram Walk, Canley . DURBAR AVENUE, FOLESHILL Free Methodist chapel was opened in 1923 , 8 when the premises comprised

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    Islands or Canaries, inhabitants of ships from storms wines of, see Wines. Cane , John, pass for Canham , Thos. Canley , Lieut. Thos. Canning , Capt. Cannington , or Cannington rectory, & c. Canterbury letters dated from mails to Subscribers-only content


    of wood, 10 acres of moor, 10 acres of furze and heath and and 19 d . of rent in Canley, Hurste, Westwoode and Cryfeld in the parish of Stoneley; and so seised, by deed dated 7 August, 5 Eliz.

    Index of persons

    Calvore , Henry, j . 10 Cambre , Wm. j . 9, 10 Campion , Christo. 95, 141; William, 74 Canley , Leonard, 116 Canterbury , Archbishop, John Morton, 17; Archbishop of ( but see York), Robert Holgate or Halgate,

    Henry VIII, November 1515, 1-15, 01 November 1515-30 November 1515

    Belknap, Sir Edw. Grevyle, Wm. Shelley, Th. Glasyer, Ric. Wyllys and Th. Hogges, to grant lands in Asshoo, Kyngeshyll and Canley to the convent of Stonley: in pursuance of patent, 20 Feb. 7 Edw. IV., licensing William, then abbot of

    Charles II - volume 170, September 1-8, 1666, 01 September 1666-08 September 1666

    s discovered some officers in the late rebellion, Capt. Jo. Heely of Rowton, Lieut. Hen. Moore of Warton, Lieut. Thos. Canley, and Commissary Thos. Finchett of Cotton, and Commissary Rich. Robinson of Baughton, who brag that they have escaped the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aetobbion Eprmrai n Mae Dr. Thibant, diweddar athraw cynorthwyol yu Li y Germanaeg yn Rhydychain, wedi ei benodi yn athraw 'r yr ieithoedd diweddar yn Ngholeg Aberystwyth. y Yn Ilys yr heddgeidwaid, yn Nghaernarfon, yr e wythnos ddiweddaf, dirwvywyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRELAND. THR PFxmNx TRIALS IN KExRnY.-The adjourned assizes were commenced on Wednesday, for the second trial of the persons accused of being members of the Pheenix Society. Shortly after the sitting of the Court an application was made to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For the best shepherd dog, Mr. A. Dobbs, 8eckington, near Tamrworth; for the beat shepherd bitch, Mr. E. T. Twycroen, Canley, near Coventry. Pilis,-Judgeo, olr. Umbere, Warwick, and Mr. Byrd, Stafford. -Claos 28: For the beot boar of a large Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Radford; commended, Mr. J. H. Leos, BaojD's End.-Class 8, cows in milk, purce long-horn breed: slt, Mr. E. T. Twycross, Canley; 2nd, Mr. Satchwell, Hoarnfield, Knowle.- Class 4, cows in milk, having had a calf: lst, Mr. J. H. Less; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. vania. Only about one-half of them were armed. The steamer Loaus Point, from Boston for Little Rock, Arkansas bas been seized; also a large quantity of salt- petre and brimstone from Pittsburg for Cincinnati, at Canton Station. Subscribers-only content

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