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You searched for: Place: Eardington, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges of secular canons Bridgnorth , St Mary Magdalen

    prebend included lands in the south of Eardington as well as the church and t ithes of Alveley itself, while the remainder of Eardington , with its chapel, formed the endowment of Eardington prebend. 15 This may have been a

    Deuxhill Deuxhill in 1882

    a village hall for the surrounding district. 89 MANOR. In 1066 St. Mildburg's church at Much Wenlock held DEUXHILL . Eardington (also held by the church in 1066 ) 90 and Deuxhill were probably the lands 'in the place called

    Parishes Martley with Hillhampton

    Simon, who had married Alice daughter of William Gatacre , succeeded him. 48 Simon died on 8 August 1572 at Eardington , co. Salop , leaving a son John. 49 John Mucklow married Apollina, a daughter of John Folliott ,

    The Liberty and Borough of Wenlock THE BOROUGH OR FRANCHISH OF WENLOCK c. 1831 WENLOCK MUNCIPAL BOROUGH 1836 - 1966

    had taken Eardington to endow a new college at Quatford for them, 49 and the Cluniac monks whom he had brought to Much Wenlock c . 1080 soon regained Stoke ; the earl compensated them for distant Eardington with the

    Wombridge Economic history

    Addenbrooke ( Wollaston and Lightmoor ), Wright & Jesson ( Wren's Nest near Linley ), and Pemberton & Stokes ( Eardington forge) for forge iron. 54 Trade at Snedshill was apparently similar to that at Horsehay , where Snedshill blooms

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOSTER, James (1786-1853), of Coton Hall, nr. Stourbridge, Worcs.

    was held equally by the six surviving Foster children. Bradley and James Foster, who also invested jointly in enterprises at Eardington and Hampton Loade, near Bridgnorth, had by 1813 bought out Collier and their siblings. Foster"s technical treatise on iron

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Y, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    12), 438 (3 m. 6), 438 (4 m. 7). Yerd . See Yard. Yerdesley . See Eardisley. Yerdington . See Eardington. Yerdley or Yerdeley. See Yardley. Yeresley . See Yearsley. Yerford . See Yarford. Yersyke . See Trzeke. Yetlington (Yelington),

    Index, E, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 6), 438 (2 m. 26). Ealing (Elyng), Midd., 438 (3 m. 19). Eambeth , John, alias Bofet, q.v . Eardington (Yerdington), Salop, g. 2137 (22). Eardisland (Greslame, or Gresland, Erysland), Heref., 438 (3 m. 17): g. 519 (64), 3107

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £2. C. T. n- Tulley, Meartley, won lirst prize, taking four rings, to twc te rki-as scored byj J. J1rratt, Eardington. A. Overton, It Astley. took one ring, and Ike and Jarratt had a ring toge- rs thsr, hut Jarrattecing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drover, named James Evans, who all to. was well known ip; the district, was found in a field at go Eardington, by Mr. Lawley, farmer, yesterday morning, to - with his throat cut. Evans, who was without shoes or. hi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Heenton. on the Id, 9th inst., wtas fined £E1. 13s., inclutiing costs.--John S. E st Minshull, miller, &c., of Eardington, who pleaded ignor- anre, was fined Ile. Sd. for selling bread otherwise than by of weight, on the 18th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    November, kat 1'S.'30. RUGOTI tes lc BRtIDGtNORTH. O CHIARGE OF RAPE.-At the County Petty Sessions, oml Saturday, Henry Lewis, mareof Eardington, was Slatrdag cr evsmrld ftri~o vshred onl remand with hlaving committed a rape on f t Elizabeth AnnGrubb, six Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Miller, the former a brieklayer on the Severn Valley Railway. and the latter employed Ir minding the engine at Eardington, were charged at Brciginortb, on Monday, witb the followlig offence:-The two defendants met a woman walking on the line Subscribers-only content

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