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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burntwood Manors, local government and public services

    in Edial called Stokehay, a name preserved in Stockhay Lane south-west of Edial House farm. The estate descended with Overton Grange until 1628 when George Orme sold it to Simon Jasson of Lichfield . 110 Simon was living at Edial

    Burntwood Churches, education and charities

    John Ward of Edial 154 left a rent charge of £1 6 s . 8 d .; £1 was to be distributed on St. Thomas 's Day ( 21 December ) among the poor of Burntwood , Edial , and

    Townships Burntwood BURNTWOOD 1987

    Webbs of Edial at least between 1417 and 1466 was probably the inn in the township mentioned in 1496 . 98 A predecessor of Edial House Farm existed by the later 17th century and probably earlier, and the Edial Hall

    Townships Hammerwich HAMMERWICH 1987

    chapel was also used for baptisms and burials by people from neighbouring areas, especially Burntwood , Edial , and Woodhouses ; two residents of Edial also endowed sermons at the chapel. 280 The chapel had its own wardens by the

    Lichfield From the Reformation to c. 1800

    1731 he sought employment away from Lichfield . He returned after his marriage in 1735 and opened a school at Edial , in Burntwood , in 1735 -6. The school failed, and in 1737 he went to London . His

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Slen V mingham, to Annie Eltun, oni danolittr of5r. veterinary surgeon, of Preston. DIED. LNVIS. -On the 6th inst., at Edial, Lichfleld, aged 63 fei"' Lewin. curn brolker, laIno of the city of Liveriodl .t Ta'aP. MILLER. -On the 7th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guildhall, on Friday, the 25t1I day of September, 2833, at fifteen minutes past twelve o'clock in the afternoon, for Burntwood, Edial, and Woodhnuses, and St. Michaee, Lichfbeld; (part of) F'arewell and Ohor. iey, Hammerwich, Ogley Hay, Pipehill, Shenstone, Swin- fen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iussell were eclarged with stealing ton live tamne fowls, worth £1. 5s., the property of Mr. Thomas Webb, farmer, of Edial, on the W5th instant. As Police-constable Back- ley was going along the Wsdsaal Road, about three o'clock on Thureday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a young Man. agc-d 19, a Sltituaion 00Iprvr Been at the trade four years. I ibcrr'ted through eatb.!--Ardderas,W. Styclhs, Edial, Lichfield olOBi V ianent and comfortable astuation. Good wages.-Appl)y, rULding-,g and riualiflcatloua, to J. D. Williames Jeweller, Mertlsyr' ITyslei. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tditotte amtt Ieimprte- tIncets (5 'Ihle calpitol RIOS-IOINC~ tol 'ranitleoe. In Msrlute Strect, In tlso octoqtatitts tif lr. Wil liant Edial sro. Tese, 'oals of choice J111LD1.NG LANE.) its Wstrr.ettor Street, A tacot dileirttkle s.Ntriiterl.Ira'e of iIMUDENG LA&tS, leia'iig fsi't.i Subscribers-only content

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