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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Freeford FREEFORD 1985

    its name from a ford on the Lichfield-Tamworth road over Darnford brook. The ford was 'free' in the sense that it was open or accessible, presumably in contrast to Darnford , the hidden or secret ford, further downstream in Streethay

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    eastern boundary in 1980 reduced the area to 1,403 ha. 4 Circuit brook marks part of the northern boundary, and Darnford brook formed much of the southeastern boundary until the changes of 1980 . A large part of the city

    Townships Streethay with Fulfen STREETHAY WITH FULFEN 1986

    and Darnford brook. 7 The subsoil is Keuper Sandstone, and there is an area of Keuper Marl north and north-east of Streethay hamlet. South-east of the hamlet, straddling Trent Valley Road , is a gravel terrace, and along Darnford brook

    Leek Longsdon LONGSDON 1991

    pipes and reservoir. P.R.O., E 40/11269 (wrongly given as 'Berneforde' in Cat. Anct. D . v, A 11269). As at Darnford near Lichfield : V.C.H. Staffs . xiv. 275-6. S.R.O., D. (W.) 1490/10 B, m. 25. Ibid. D. (W.) 1490/6

    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    from the south over Longbridge , mentioned in the 14th century and presumably then a causeway across marshy ground by Darnford brook. 19 In 1575 the city bailiffs paid for two days' work at Longbridge 'to cast down the way'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gimber, Aldermanbury, otationersa [BltcltlOh ll street. City.-J. Salter, otherwise Sharman, Worttar, Suffot' lk tnrlh ton, Noble street, Ctteapsir'o.-W. J. Eliwin~, Darnford. grocer rlLs side.-G. M1. Richards, Nertisampton, grocer. [Heneman, Colleeh -T'. Taylor, Birosiigham. paper dealer. [smtith, hirminghato. son and H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. H. Plaque, Coventry Road ; Parish Warden Mr. Henry Howell, the Firs, Green Lanes; Sidesiman, Mr. J. E. Clift, Darnford Place, Coventry Road. ST, leiccselsc's (Wsaratone).-Milister's Warden, Mr. B. F. Moore, Sumemer Hill; People's Warden, Mr. Huskisson, Nor- bSrP.Rn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Works, exhibiteda collection of ground bone fadchernical manures, of his own manufacture and well-known oXCollence. Mr. Thos. Rlchrardson, of the Darnford Mills, Lichflield, and ttoxetar,-also exhibited a coilection of prepared bone and special manure for all crops. The exhibition of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to obtain the oninions of conmmanding oficsrs throughout thecountry." Forthe Artillery the following officers were elected :-Cols. Lord Truro, Creed, Darnford, and Walmeley. For the Engineers, Cols. M'Leod, Gornet-Blan, and Comyn. For the Rifles, Cola. Lord Blcho, Lord Ranelagh, Wilkinson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OAnother W Girl Is kept-Apply, Franklin douse3,PhslRoe W racter.-a repectanyle Geonerg at SErVAnfo Plcwith good cbs- 7ratr-pply, any morsning, at Darnford Place. 437, Coventr Road. c~ W17ANTED, anl experienced GeneralSERVANT. Ocly Two~ in TV Family.-Apply at 72, Gough Red Pldgbaston. Subscribers-only content

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