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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Brewood ( Black Ladies )

    . for the transaction. 10 About 1225 a mill at Chetton ( Salop .) was granted to the nuns by Sybil de Broc , lady of the manor of Chetton . 11 In response to a petition from the priory

    Deuxhill Deuxhill in 1882

    were improved in the 1940s , and in 1947 Deuxhill and Chetton Down schools were reorganized: Deuxhill temporarily became a senior and infant school, taking 16 senior pupils from Chetton Down and sending 11 juniors there. That year senior girls

    Early Agriculture

    and the archaeological evidence that is available is slight. Medieval ocurrence of the name 'old field' as at Bromfield , Chetton , Coton , Madeley , and Smethcott 28 may indicate remaining memories of the original open-field nuclei in those

    Colleges of secular canons Bridgnorth , St Mary Magdalen

    and Alveley , the tithes of Nordley , Bobbington , and 'Laetonia', a third of the tithes of Morville , Chetton , Stottesdon , Corfham, Culmington , and Siefton, and the tithes of tolls and a market in Quatford .

    Parishes Upper Arley

    Gilbert Talbot and others, 94 evidently in trust, for in 1476 John Goode recovered this property from John Cokkes of Chetton , probably to be identified with the above John Kocke. 95 In 1485 John Goode 's son Thomas sold

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    support: Hamo Peverel and his wife Sibyl gave Crudgington , Kynnersley , and Sleap , while lands in Loughton ( Chetton ), Wollerton ( Hodnet ), Norton in Hales , Pimley ( Shrewsbury St. Mary ), Booley ( Stanton upon

    Stoke St. Milborough STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH IN 1842 Stoke St. Milborough: The Church of St. Milborough

    tip, on Clee Burf; 85 there were disused shafts there in 1883 . 86 Close by, in Loughton township (in Chetton ), there was a group of active pits in 1813 , 87 and some Stoke parishioners evidently worked there;

    Index A-J

    , Ric. de, n ; and see Aston ethnographer , Etruria , see Hanley Eudon Burnell (in Chetton ) , Eudon George (in Chetton ) , Euges , Ric., see Hughes Evans: David, Rob. (fl. 1700, ?two of this name),

    Parishes Kingsclere

    154 On his death about 1187 it was probably assigned in dower to his widow Damietta , the lady of Chetton , Eudon and Berwick (co. Salop ), who held it until her death in 1204 , 155 in which

    Domesday Book To 1300 LAND VALUES 1066 BY AREA LAND VALUES 1066 BY VILL MEDIEVAL FORESTS DISTRIBUTION OF WOOD AND TIMBER FROM LYTHWOOD AND SHIRLETT 1232 - 1300 MEDIEVAL MARKETS AND FAIRS distribution, and date of grant of foundation or other first mention, by decade ATCHAM c. 1790

    Tong . 94 They are also found at monastic houses, 95 and at a few smaller lay manors such as Chetton 96 and Nordley , in Astley Abbots . 97 Even the most modest peasant holding probably included some poultry,

    Index A-J

    Chesterton (in Worfield ), Cheswardine , n, and see Chipnall ; Sambrook ; Sowdley, Gt. Cheswell Grange , see Lilleshall Chetton , and see Faintree; Loughton Chetwynd : Sir Phil. de, fam., Chetwynd , Chetwynd Hall, and see Howle ;

    Index K-Z

    Micklewood Lonsdale, A. P. , see Heywood-Lonsdale Loppington , Loton (in Alberbury ), Loton Hall, Pk., and est., Loughton (in Chetton ), and see Brown Clee Hill ; Clee Burf Lovekyn , Wm., Lovel : Fra., Vct. Lovel, n, n

    Index K-Z

    ; Lushcott ; Wall, East Lorraine ( France ) , Loton (in Alberbury ) , Loughborough (Leics.) , Loughton (in Chetton ) , and see Brown Clee hill; Clee Burf Lovel : Fra., Vct. Lovel, n , Joan, Baroness Lovel

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