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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Theydon Bois Charities

    almshouses, after the payments for Elizabeth Wild 's tomb and memorial tablet. The almshouses are on the north side of Coppice Row opposite Birch Hall . They consist of a single-story range, rough-cast with a tiled roof. The mullioned windows

    Parishes Bighton

    Lordesdowne Coppe, and Jelyan Grove .' 5 'Golberfield or Goblenfield Coppice or Goldberryfield Coppice or Groveryfield Coppice , Devil Acres Coppice , Spoyle Coppice , Gores Coppice , and Barnes Coppice ' are found in a recovery-roll of 1734. 6

    Smethwick Manor

    until his death in 1820 , when he was living at the Coppice . 56 After his death his son, another John Reynolds , lived at the Coppice , and in the 1820s and early 1830s he was the largest

    Little Wenlock Nonconformity

    Works (by 1837 ), 81 and Little Wenlock 82 but the Coalmoor society met from 1858 at the Moreton 's Coppice chapel, in Dawley parish. 83 By 1890 the only meeting was at New Works , 84 where the society

    Teddesley Hay

    death in 1610 , 21 and in 1675 the inhabitants of Penkridge and Bednall tried to have both park and coppice thrown open. 22 Common land in Teddesley Hay was inclosed in 1827 under the Act of 1814. 23 The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TUbES3.j PSt o LO O- I cGAI.ZET1L'TE . _ _vI BA;KrRL PTCI ES ENJii,fAR;ED. i. Trttper, 5,inlou, Kentl, shbpkctcper, froin Oct. I6 s o-mt 2. a t i-n, at G uitdhir-1t1, ltttlli S. fF. Ritlso, Bond-court, Walbrook, mnerchantt, frunj Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROrIycCI.4LT INVTEL ICGENCE. oil t'e night oft he 22d nit. Thomas Branagan, a soldier, at Bestdl harracks, was awaked bvyi unau(;ual m[t(1in in his bed n! discover tie ca use of which he atroed e n his right side, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'I rnae ''1'iie-;t''ct, Berick',e ne, 'pi tal-fleltie, cioftt Sr-rtaenti- e-'r. Attoriev, Air. Pearsej Snlisbury sq iare, Flet--street. F li 'i~lbi Coppice row, ClerkuLnwvell, pri'ieri Attornev, Mr. tColke, NeV dbrilgo Ioso, Clerkon toil L..<-*,tittle W0ijil-sereer, Linco-ln .4onr-h'ed SJ c) hines-maker. iAttorfies, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on her return threir Chard, had purchased sundry artiejes , Witlblvl, she was proceeding home. At a lonely place, tailed Coppice ]3^arrowys, bbtweeiia Cnombe St. Nichiolas and Bucklahd, bot more than half a mile froim the spot where the unfortunate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Jan. 17-It appeared, that Bott and another, on an alarm being gitti that some persons were shooting in Trickev Coppice, went thither', when seeing two men running away, they pursued them. In the race, D365 turned round, and fired Subscribers-only content


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