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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Longsdon LONGSDON 1991

    surviving house there is Dunwood House Farm, which has a brick front with the date 1678 and the initials BE, presumably those of Benjamin Endon (d. 1699). 38 Dunwood Farm is of the 18th century, and Dunwood House of the

    Parishes East Wellow with Dunwood and Embley

    and housebote' in Dunwood as an appurtenance of his manor of Longstock , at his death in 1283 . 89 Hisdaughter and heir Maud brought his property in marriage to Henry ot Lancaster , 90 and Dunwood formed part of

    The hundred of Thorngate Index Map to the Hundred of Thorngate

    English; Shipton Bellinger ; East Tytherley ; West Tytherely; Buckholt (extra-par.); Nether Wallop ; Over Wallop ; East Wellow ; Dunwood (extra-par.); Embley Tithing 1 ; Melchet Park; Plaitford 2 The above list, with the addition of Wigley in Copythorne

    Leek Endon ENDON 1991 ENDON (detail) 1991

    invested. 68 No house for the curate was included in the original endowment, and in 1732 John Daintry lived at Dunwood , in Longsdon . His successor, Enoch Tompkinson , lived in Park Lane at the time of his death

    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    V.C.H. Hants , iv. 541. It seems likely that the county boundary was followed as far as Bramshaw .) (14. Dunwood . ( Hants 1619.)) 15. Swaleford (? near Swallow Fields S. of West Wellow : O.S. 41/21). (16. Duxmore

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for liqunor, and went in the direc- tion of Endon. Ho started in company with a farmer, named Bentley, and Dunwood, who, left him behind on the road, and rede home with a neighbouring farmer, who passed In his cart. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sili a splendid peui. Edwr. i'ardh Shura2 t,tluYpersloy, CongletonWto thepreosieraward in Ilinoreas ansd in Pirmouth rocks. C. G. Baker, of Dunwood, near Lcek, won with the birds slwhicit swere successfl at Nfottinghsam and WVolverhamlpton. IIn pigeons, If. Yardley, Birmingham, took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the police. -Mr. Glover granted a remand for further evidence. AL EGED MURDEROUS AROAULT OPON A WrrE.-On Saturday night, WValter Dunwood (301, ironworker, of Pig Street, Oldhury, was arrested on a charge of committing an aggravated assault upon his wife. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was elected president of the club, and other officers were appointed. ALLEGED MURDGRous AssAauLT.-Yesterday m orning, r aboutone o'clock, Walter Dunwood (40), ironworker, residing in Halesowen Etreet, Oldbury, was arrested by Folice-constable Harley, charged with unlawfully wound- a ing his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whilst be I was playing with other children.. OLDBURY. OsCHABGR OF5 'iTAitBiNG A WIFLT-Yesterday, at the i Police Court, Walter Dunwood. ironworker, Halesowen Street, was charged with unlawfully wounding his wife. , -Complainaut stated that about eleven o'clock on Saturday Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 February 1756, 23 February 1756

    or any Five of them; to meet To-morrow, at the ufual Time and Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Dunwood Hodie 2a vice leela eß Billa, intituled, "An Act RomfeyRoad," f°r repairing and widening the Roads leading from a Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1756, 14 January 1756

    the fame Panlh to and through the Parifh oiSherfield Engli/i,a.nd from thence through Dunwood, in the County of Southampton, to the Top of a Hill called Dunwood Hill, and from thence by'a Farm called Speers- hit Farm, in the Parifh Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1798, 11 January 1798

    Pale, in Kyneton - - For a Tenement called The Crow, in Kyneton - - - - For Lands called Dunwood Farm, in Dilwin, Part of the 7 Chantry of the Bleffed Mary there (Part of cjx. ro^.) - 3 Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1824, 13 February 1824

    13° Fehruarii. A. 1824 WlNteparish and Southarap- ton Roads Pe¬ tition. Cross, near Kirby4n-Kendal, to the Lake called Winder¬ mere, in the county of Westmorland; and from Keswick to the town of Penrith, in the county of Cumberland; That Subscribers-only content

    24 February 1824, 24 February 1824

    5 Geo. IV. 24° Februarii. 91 reported. Ordered, That counsel be admitted to be heard in favour of the Bill, against the said Petitions. Address for Resolved, That an humble Address be presented to His Accounts Majesty, that He Subscribers-only content

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