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You searched for: Place: Clayhanger, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Wood Economic history

    three commons, Shelfield Green (later Birches Green ), Colliers Ford Heath (probably the later Coalheath), and High Heath . At Clayhanger 160 a. of 'sterile ground' was held in severalty; the rest of the Walsall Wood area was one large

    Walsall Wood Introduction WALSALL WOOD c. 1974

    west side of Clayhanger Common , which occupied the north of the area, and the present Clayhanger Road ran over the common by the early 19th century. 37 By the earlier 19th century the small village of Clayhanger was developing

    Walsall Other estates

    property, with a pasture called Bentleyland in the park, pasture in Walsall called the Coningre, a carucate and pasture at Clayhanger , and other pasture in Walsall , passed to Thomas, earl of Stafford (d. 1392). 3 The estate then

    Parishes Raddington

    such holdings survived into the 1560s . 85 Batscombe emerged from it as a separate holding with land in adjoining Clayhanger ( Devon ) by 1467 and probably much earlier. 86 The division of Raddington into separate units is less

    Tottenham Growth before 1850

    the park of Downhills but was not recorded earlier. 11 The hospital of St. Lawrence at Clayhanger , once assumed to have been in Clayhanger parish ( Devon ), probably stood at Clay Hill , mid-way along the border with

  • * British History Online *

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    There are about 10 acres of glebe belonging to it 116 . The custoday of the hospital of St. Laurence, Clayhanger, in Devonshire, was formerly annexed to the vicarage of Tottenham 117 . Vicars. William Bedwell . Tournament of Tottenham.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fined for disorderly behaviour in the road. TAKrIG WOOD FrOMT row. Nxw RAzLw.AY.-At the tusball Police Court, yesterday, Wllicisa Poxon, Clayhanger, miner, was charged with stealing limber, value 5s. fron the Walsall Wood Retenoloss Itall vay, the property of .iohn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a I; draft agreement for the purchase by the Midland Railway iC Company of 3a; Ir. 27p. of land, at Clayhanger, for the purnoses of the Mtidland E3xtension Bailway, for the sum of 1,000., with interest from April, 1881. It' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, Mr. Bayley presided.-The In- e0 specter of Nuisances reported a fs w mild cases of scarlet .- fever at Clayhanger, apd a deficient water supply at ;- property at Brownhills belonging to Mr. J. Crosser, 0- and at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Mr. Longo, Local Government Board' inspoctor.-Tho Inspector of Nuisances reported that there was a case of scarlet fever at Clayhanger, being the only one in the Board's district, and he com- plained of an inaccurate statement in a local Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the district. The samples of w..Nar from a portion of the Chester Road and some parts of Walsall Wood and Clayhanger were charged vith aninial matter to a large extent; but those tfromeeaexcerwio), Norton, and Wrtling Street (wvith two or Subscribers-only content

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