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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tardebigge

    Until 1831 the hamlet of Tutnall and Cobley was in Warwickshire , but by the Acts of 1832 and 1844 6 it was transferred to the county of Worcester . Tutnall and Cobley cover an area of 3,511 acres, of

    Finchley Other estates

    1790s he sold the heavily mortgaged estate, Crockford's farm (80 a.) at Woodsi de in 1794 to John Bacon , Cobley 's farm (68 a.) at Fallow Corner in 1796 to William Clulow , and Court House and 21 a.

    Cranborne Chase

    frequently made. In 1672 a deer was given to the tenants of Berwick St. John , another killed in ' Cobley Walk', to Lord Arundell , another to Mr. Bennett of Pythouse , Tisbury ; others were divided among persons

    Parishes Bower Chalke

    may date from the sa me period, runs along or parallel with the parish boundary for 1 km. south-west of Cobley Lodge . Other ditches, probably associated with Grim's ditch, run approximately north and south, and another winds for 250

    Finchley Economic history

    ( 1649-1793 ), 21 Roberts ( 1705-1800 ), 22 Jordan ( 1725-1835 ), 23 Claridge ( 1756-1842 ), 24 and Cobley ( 1798-1881 ). 25 In 119 9 King John exempted the bishop of London and his men from tallage

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adn the £72. ; Bagley, £6254. ; Hunninto,£6-;Pdmr I the £164.; Redditch, £804., Rowly £7. tkePir use R£530.; Tietnall and Cobley, £8184. ehab 12 nis. LEAMINGTON, ta ALLEoxn INDEOENT As9Aucr.-)At the Milverton ta Sessions, yesterday, James Mitchell, labourer, of Cuabbing- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? comp rise Alvechurch, Bentley Pauncefoot, 13eoley, Cofton f RjHaekxett, Feckenhiam, Astwood Bank, Oldherrow, Red. C 1 ditCl, Tutnall and Cobley, and Webbeath. The Liberals were represented by Mir. Blick, Mtr. Taylor (Droitwich), g ranl lr. Johi Davis (local secretaryn; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the previous session awere gratosd. The ijury lists for Bromogrove, Stolee Prior, Grafton lanor. i Uipton Warren, and Tutl' and Cobley. were presened I and allowed. HANLEY. BAzAA5L-_3r. W. Y. Craig, lt.l'., opened a bazaar, verterdlay afternoon, in aid et Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the London County Sessions (North ern, on Ties day, George Draper was found guilty of stealing £12 10s. from.. teorgina Cobley, and sentenced to sc yvears' penal servitude. John Iutnters, superintendent of the Edinburgh Ccr. poration Baths, Nvas on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shitina. a, tlbbunles chap.Prie iesfree.-W. Clarlcoc.n Merchat, 41 SwainStree. Braford, erko.elfil PUBLICANS-FivePictures, in ft-anise: Isr-size potratims of Jo ichn o Cobley. joe Nolan, Samleurse, TunSaes with all battles. Chep.-.362 Summer Lane. OO00M2G.S9 TS(corrugated and flat)l; cbeapest to he had for Subscribers-only content


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