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  • * British History Online * *

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    These Northerners were encountered there by the Earl of Pembroke, marching from Banbury, and a furious struggle took place on Danesmoor or Dunsmoor, the plain below, in which the Yorkists were defeated. On this central highland of England which had Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and has been worked since a 1n.874, was approached by two pitshafts, the main" M led or original one at Danesmoor being 185 yards deep, h ^ and the other and more modern one about a mile, and of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    married. Joseph Dunn, Danesmoor; married. Hcnry Beeson, Danesmoor married. Philip Sootbern, Woolley Aloor; married John Beeson, son of HchnryBeesoii, Danesmoor. Richard Dunn, Daaesmoor; married, uncle to Joseph Dunn, also dead. Joseph Stone, Danesmoor; married, Jacob Stone, Danesmoor; married. William Renshawv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    referpnres.-Addarvss. G. 91, Daily Pos I. c1817 (RO DIY and Przvisioms-Wanted, Situation as Assistant; Gseyesaso Years' experience; three years' refsixer.-Webster. Danesmoor. Cheaterdoeld. 44 TWEILLIPRci, Factors. or Manufactnrers-Advertiser is Open. en) for Engagonsent; twelve years manager for wholesale honse. Well 'ID Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X William Brunt, collier, who, it 1was alleged. was killed by his half-brother, George Cupit, in the Greyhound public-housde at Danesmoor, Claycross, last Saturday afternoon. Cupit was present in custody. Having heard the evidence, the jury returned a verdict -.of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Middlesex, previously of Crawford Street, Wolverhampton, out of business- EDWIN Tnroncrow, Twycross Street, Leicester, paInter and decorator. JOSrFH S ros, Danesmoor, neAr Clay Cross, Derbyshire, been retailer, grocer, and general shopkeeper. Fs&NCI Wsr.rsLAX HiaOG s, Longsmith Street, Gloucester, carver and Subscribers-only content

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