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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Economic history

    parish, two fields in each tithing. In 1730 Sapperton East field, comprising 546 a., was situated between Sapperton park and Cranhill , south-east of Emmerson Lane ; West field lay in the area surrounding Ash hill and Middleton hill and

    Steeple Ashton Steeple Ashton parish 1818

    East Field , and Down Field , and at West Ashton in Culverford Field, Cranhill Field, and Sandfield . Culverford Field lay near Stourton Hill and Cranhill Field south of East Town , corresponding to the North and East Fields

    Parishes Temple Grafton HILLBOROUGH TEMPLE GRAFTON Sketch plan

    L.M.S. railway from Stratford to Broom Junction and the main Stratford-Bidford-Evesham road cross the parish from east to west. At Cranhill a road branches northwards to Haselor , with another branch westwards to Wixford , and is crossed in Temple

    Parishes Wixford MOOR HALL WIXFORD Sketch plan [ Plan of Wixford church ]

    road from Evesham . From a junction in the village other roads branch off north-east to Exhall and south-east to Cranhill on the StratfordBidford road. There is a station on the L.M.S. line from Alcester to Evesham (originally the Evesham-Redditch


    and may originally have come from the hall itself. The only other houses in the parish are Home Farm , Cranhill Farm, and Rolleston Lodge Farm . These, with a lodge and a few cottages, were built along the road

  • * British History Online *

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    Sir Baptist Hicks

    in Tortworth. The family do not appear to have been buried there, but in the neighbouring parishes of Charfield and Cranhill. Bigland 2 gives some ten parishes in which the name occurs in epitaphs, but Tortworth is not one of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Agents, as also of the Patentecs. P. J. and D. NICOLL, attheir RetailWare-rooms, 114,116, and 120, Regent street, and 22 Cranhill, London. 3? HE REGISTERED PALETOT T (6 and 7 Viot. Cap. 65) of Nicollian or Llama cloth, as adapted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken by "A 1," a dapple gray cart stallion of great power and deep girth shown by Mr. W. Wynn, Cranhill Lays, Alocster, Bedditoh, and which had already won for its owner the first prize at Birmiugham ,two years in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tain ' Bay. Heleht, 17 hnntss. Apso, 7 yearg, Sire. Thainpdr - dam, by Etuperor.-2nd, £10. Exhibitor: Mr. William WVynn, Cranhill Leysi. Grafton, Alcester, RoddiLc4. Breeder : Mr. R. Watts. &oddilgton Hill. "A 1J' Dapple gray. HeIght, 17 hande. Ago, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6 monthe 2 weeks 4 days old. HOUSES. Clas 48.-Stallion Cart Horse for Agricultural pur- pesss.-lst, £15., Mr. William Wynn Cranhill Lays, Grafton, Alcester, Reddltoh, 4 years okJ; 2ad, £10, Mr. Edward Jones, Penrhos Court, Kington, Herefordshlire, Berkshire Prince, 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allowed' to lesrrees of five years- sisardirig Appllly to the Cleatss at the Railway Stations; the Local Agertnis: or Gt. Cranhill, arid 10. tegent Street, lerrdon.-WILLIAIeI .J. VI AN, Secretars~. 403 inthe MaItter of the SnETTLED ESTATES ACT, and of Subscribers-only content

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