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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Monks Kirby

    and south-westwards to the village and township of Easenhall (1,135 acres), lying on the south-eastern edge of the grounds of Newbold Revel , which extend for a mile north-west to Stretton -underFosse. Easenhall is cut by the Trent Valley section

    The City of Coventry Public education

    opened by the Coventry Crippled Children's Guild in association with the Board of Education. The house called Town Thorns at Easenhall , given to the city in 1939 , was used as a children's home until 1954, when it became

    The City of Coventry Protestant nonconformity: Introduction

    in 1651 at which the subscribers for Warwickshire to the confession of 'Faith and Practise' came from Priors Marston and Easenhall . 38 During the Civil War Coventry , as a parliamentary stronghold, attracted a number of Presbyterian ministers who

    Index A-J

    (fl. 1800), Earlsdon , in Cov., n ; alms ho., ch., library, par., Prot. nonconf., Rom. Cath., sch., sewage disposal, Easenhall , East Anglia , earl of, see AElfgar East India Co., Eastcote , in Barston , Eathorpe , Eaton

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    a Commissioner for Licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 120. Earsham , co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167. Easenhall , Easenhult, co. Warwick, 402. East , George, bricklayer, working in the Savoy Hospital, 439. East Brixton . See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, Mr. J. Ismay, iarnvton-nm-Arden. EGG& Dozen hen-eggs, ýrodueed on exhibitor's premises : 1, Mr. J, Lloyd, Allealey Miss Bates, Easenhall; 3, lAir. J. Lea, westwood. DRESSED POULTRY. Couple of fowls: 1, Mr. IV. Waes, Wolft~on ; 2, Mr. M1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the poor.rate. RUGBY. PrTTY SEssiois.-Otn Tuesday, before J. Went, Broughton Leigh, and J. A. Campbell, Esrqrs., M r. Moxam, of Easenhall, charged Stephen Hobbles, his farm servant, with refusing to obey his lawful commands and leaving his service. Defendant said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with stealing two fowls, value 4s., from his ben-pan; He keeps awpubhlc-house on the side of the Oxford canal, at Easenhall, and prisoners bad been stopping at. his house the night before. In the morning, be saw the skins of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of. Excise, with selling beer without a license, on the 30lth of July last. The defendant, it appeared, resided at Easenhall, and had a license to sell beer, but not on the premises. On the 30th of July last there Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Nechells, and Edgbaston. Brinklow District.-Polling place, Brinklow; voters, d 297: Parishes, Brandon and Bretford, Brinklow, Church a Lawford, Combefields, Easenhall, Harborough Magna, s Kings Newnham, Little Lawford, Monks Kirby, Monks I Riding Pailton, Wibtoft, Stretton-under-Fosse and New- r bold Subscribers-only content

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