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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Areley Kings

    1780 . 16 It was described at tha t date as the manor of Lower Areley and Dunley , or Areley Kings and Dunley . It continued in the family of the Zacharys until at the death of Daniel Zachary

    Parishes St. Mary Bourne

    old gabled manor-house at Dunley , a tith ing in Egbury , was at one time the residence of a branch of the Oxenbridge family. William, brother of Sir Robert Oxenbridge of Hurstbourne, lived at Dunley , and Edward, his

    Parishes Astley

    5 About a mile north of the church, upon the Stourport and Hundred House road , is the hamlet of Dunley 6 ; here is Oakhampton , the residence of Mr. John Henry Crane , a large plain stuccoed house,

    Parishes Hullavington

    29 a. in Alderton . 305 From 1842 Dunley was worked from the new farmstead north-east of the old one. 306 In 1928 Surrendell farm was 393 a., Dunley , then East Dunley , 134 a., and Farleaze 156 a.

    Tidenham including Lancaut Introduction Lancaut , Tidenham and Woolaston c. 1810

    a number of the intervening fields had names which contained 'redding', denoting a clearing, while the field-names Rudgeley, Kinley , Dunley , and Mopley occurred further south-west. 43 Chapelhouse Wood (then 34 a.) bordering the Wye near Tutshill and Coombesbury

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v. the Duke of Beaufort, the Vice-Chancellor decided in favour of the Noble Duke, to whom the peac-iable possession of Dunley Gorse will im- mediatelv revert. _Mr Joseph Somes, the ship-owner, with Alderman Magnay, are mentioned as Sheriffs for next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. Hortin, St Peter's street, Islington, iron master-S. Oliver, Hollingwortb, Cheshire, paper maker - T. J. Whidborne, Liverpool, chemist-J. Horton, Dunley, Worcestershire, iron master-$. G. Forster, Altitate High street, tailor-C. Beck, Leadenhall street, ship broker. SOtrCO SEQUESTRATIONS. I. Potter, sen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collec- 'oe of four vegetables and four dissinilar vegetables. The tber priZeS fell to F. Bench W Woodcock, E. Morris, Da w. Dunley. Messrs. Y. :ope and J. Anscombe were tis judgos, and Mr. D. Lampitt secretary. I i I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also, Boy, for Litho-78, Parade. 0165 SADDISEt.-Wanted. steomiy gcod General Workman. A per- S manent situation to steady man.-P. Preen, Dunley, Stone-l port. i o3037 S ADDLERS.-Weited, good General Hatid; one need to collar Smaking.-Apply to James Harding, Saddler. Lichfield. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wordsloy-very desirable FREE- HOLD and COPYHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, LANDS, and PREMISES, particulars of which may be had of the Auctioneer, Dunley. SALE OF BREWING UTENSILS, &A. BY Mr. C. HAWKINS, at the Handel Hotel, Black Heath, near Rowley, on MONDAY Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 January 1753, 16 January 1753

    near to the Hundred Houfe in the Parifh of Witley, in the faid County of IVorcefler, where the Road from Dunley to the Hundred Houfe leads into the Turnpike Road from the Hundred Houfe towards the City of IVorcelt-er, being Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1753, 31 January 1753

    of Salop, and the other to Newnham Bridge, in the County of Worcefler; and alfo the Road from Bewdley, through Dunley, to the Hundred Houfe, which is in the High Road from Redfione Ferry to Tenbury and Ludlow; and alfo Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1753, 5 February 1753

    of Worcefter, and from Tinkers Gate', in the faid Town, by a Farm Houfe, in Poffeflion of William Fidkin, to Dunley, in the faid County of Worcefter, and from Dog-lane Gate, in the fame Town, through the Parifh of Kinlet, Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1753, 9 February 1753

    of Worcefier, and from Tinker's Gate, in the faid Town, by a Farm Houfe in Poffeffion of William Fidkin, to Dunley, in the faid County of Wortefier, and from Dog-lam Gate, in the fame Town, through the Parifa of Kin/et, Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1753, 20 February 1753

    of Worcefier; and from Tinkers Gate, in the faid Town, by a Farm-houfe in Poffeffion of William Fid- kin, to Dunley, in the faid County of Worcefier ; and from Dog'laneGate, in the fame Town, through the Parifh 7P rf Subscribers-only content

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