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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wellington Roman Catholicism

    or in 1772 . 76 At the French Revolution George Forester accommodated French priests at Dothill 77 and in 1806 a Roman Catholic chapel at Dothill Lodge was registered by its priest Stephen LeMaître. 78 In 1834 there was a

    Wellington Growth of settlement Wellington street plan c. 1300

    at Haygate and thus to Shrewsbury . 84 In 1327 Wellington , with Apley , Arleston , Aston , and Dothill , had 29 taxpayers, 85 far fewer than Shrewsbury , Bridgnorth , or Ludlow , and was comparable in

    Wellington Manors and other estates

    de Praeres of Dothill , had married Philip Horton , said to have held Dothill temp . Edward III . 81 John Horton of Dothill was a tax collector in 1383 , as was Richard Horton of Dothill in 1419

    Wellington Wellington

    ancient parish comprised 9,243 a. 41 (3,740 ha.) and contained twelve whole townships ( Apley , Arleston , Aston , Dothill , Hadley , Horton , Lawley , Leegomery , Walcot (detached), Wappenshall , Watling Street , and Wellington )

    Preston upon the Weald Moors Manor

    1402 ; 48 Philip , and after him Richard, are very probably to be identified with the contemporary owners of Dothill . 49 The subsequent succession is uncertain, but it appears that by 1481 the quarter was divided between Joan

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    in France Leader , John, soapmaker, pass for Luke, soapmaker, pass for Leake , William, servant of William Forester of Dothill, in custody for offering arms to Monmouth's supporters Leblone , Mr., at Amsterdam, plotters entertained by Lee , Edward Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 October 1683-14 April 1684

    See also Dorchester High Sheriff of. See Browne, Robert Justices and Grand Jury of, petition of (against incorporation of Poole) Dothill (Dottell), Salop. See Forester, William. Douglas , Lanarks. Douglas , George, Earl of Dumbarton, regiment of. See under Army. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1682, 01 September 1682-30 September 1682

    he came to Stone, by Mr. Leveson Gower of Trentham, Mr. John Offley of Madeley and Mr. William Forrester of Dothill in Shropshire in their coaches, attended by William Sneyd of Keele, Ralph Sneyd of Bradwell, his son, Mr. Crompton Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few housir daily, Nothing rsennla.-Acdarom, 2Z2I Vaily Poset. _______________7551 i ITUATA'PN Wanted, ae tocke jS-tore1-eopor.--Address.1Y. Q. B.,, C.) Mr. Lenis, Dothill Pa~rh;. NWelliugtun, Haloit._ 71- OY (respoctable), a-za 14, Wants asfituation, bis hro ho could .) Learn a Traded.-Address, 132. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by youog .1)Mae; ago 20 Udniabe rceecs-droH. 13, Daily Y Pos.-_ -k. or Store Keevetr -Slteotien Wated-Addreso, 51 T ~a'sir.leviniec Dothill Pork, Welbingtoo. Salopi. c6lt lrON eitd Drame Dedstoeds-Wanted, a StalnisWresno .11. niantd Forwardinrg Clerk, IS years In trodrer ITf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and thle procession having. dispersed, the school a children were entertained to tea, after wlsiels they g jond-in sports3 au Dothill - Park. For the I adults sports were hsld inl anDoter part of the i' town, At dusilc -there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a] Prined artiulas, ith ithgrapic lan, will be roady i i days bbaatteRaven and Lion lhot--h, , a ~~s- Agent Dothill ~Park, near Wellingtjsn; Mr. Wod, lan Agen, Asto Park,1Wom;the Auctioneer Shrews-. ft bury: and from Mr. ENTRY JOHN BARKERsolicitor~, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    theoeeratlparishes, townohilpso ext~ra-ItrEltlad thrlae following, or some of thorm, that Is to Ray, % ollhigton, tiadloys, l Roawley, Arlcoton, Watling-street, Dothill The Ilock, Lawle-bn I3faiisles, lawloly Bank, DavrleyDaey rsn Dawl oyeaea Ilawey arve. lon'hays LitleWeolcl Deonlwoy tlhmeorai Light- Bolo, ad Subscribers-only content

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