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    HEWSTER, alias BRAMPTON, John (by 1481-1525), of London.

    his lands in Shropshire: they included the ‘Antelope’ and other tenements in Bridgnorth and lands in the neighbouring parishes of Eardington and Quatford. Hewster’s widow was to have a life interest in his lands and in the residue of his

    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

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