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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Wardleworth

    Edward Buckley , who in 1786 sold it to Robert Entwisle of Foxholes , whose descendants have retained it. 45 Fieldhouse , part of the Buckley lands, 45a was the scene of a great demonstration in 1447 , hostile, it

    Parishes Wootton Wawen [ Plan of Wootton Wawen church ]

    Lucy Fieldhouse Charity. In 1921 William John Fieldhouse gave £200, the interest (now amounting to £10 3 s . 8 d .) to be distributed amongst poor children attending schools within the ecclesiastical parish of Wootton Wawen . Lucy Fieldhouse

    Lilleshall Growth of settlement 17th- Century Lilleshall

    land flanking the north end of Muxton Lane , both east ( Sutherland Drive and its branches) and west ( Fieldhouse Drive and its branches). Near the lane's southern end Granville Drive was added on the east. 82 Donnington was

    Ketley Economic history

    Humph. Poole , 1745; Trinder and Cox, Yeomen and Colliers , pp. 327, 367-8. L.J.R.O., B/C/11, John Goulborne, 1671; Thos. Fieldhouse , 1688; Rog. Norton , 1694; Wm. Smith, 1699; Ric. Davis, 1701; Thos. Onions, 1702; Thos. Mayden, 1703; Thos.


    to William Hiron in the old church. For Roman finds previous to 1904 see V.C.H. Warw . i, 248. See Fieldhouse , May, and Wellstood, A Romano-British Industrial Settlement near Tiddington , Stratford-upon-Avon , 1931. Ex inf . Professor S.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is twenty-tWO years. On Wednesday evening she was at home with some children. when a youth of weak intellect named Fieldhouse, a pertinacious beggar from Bradford, entered the kitchen and asked for drink. Some coffee was given to him by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MTSOELLANEOUS ARTICLES(cnd. 'I o ?41oos. -no' S-o'op, uir grecsg -. 07 -ti --: 6"o- creLi. T, Pll Str~eo. ' TA'7 N' I'S-A.o-'d Cl.l,acouo o Sale, 7de5w--kdrf" o Iaily Fi1"ENTs f'r (.0oh-,;'. ' (u-'fe for tho corny ; 141't, iniacl'lo'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Sons), Wortley, Leeds. James Johnston (the Wortley Fireclay Company), Elland Road, leeds. Edward Brooke, J.P. (Edward Brooke and Sons), Fieldhouse, near tHuddersftild. Newletn ,lriooke (Joseph Brooke and Sons), Hipperholme, near . Ha ifax. BASER ItS. hlessrs. Wt. Williams Brown Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to pay 25s., the asmount advanTced to him by the comnlainants. w-ithout costs--In a third case the defendant was Janmes Fieldhouse. presmer, I-anley, for whom Mr. Snow appeared. It w3s btated that defendant was ergaged at Stoke-on-Trent by one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a few weeks ago, was the occupier of the Bird- in-hand public house, and let it to a man named Fieldhouse, who in his evidence stated that at the present time the defendant had no interest whatever in the business Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 September 1640-31 May 1641

    Ferrers , John Sir John, Knt., deceased Katherine Knighton, deceased Fetter Lane , London Field , Frances, deceased Richard Thos. Fieldhouse , Robert, petition of Fielding , Barbara, Viscountess account of death of Colonel Richard regiment of William, Earl of Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Robert, parson of Gaddesden, co. Herts, 195. Chambers , , 97. Chamley , Mr, 204. Champante or Ciampanti, Gregory, of Fieldhouse, co. Hants, petition to Cecil, 85. Chancellor (of France). See Belli vre. Chancery , The, its claim to judge

    Index, C

    Sir Robert Heneage 257 Chambers , Thomas, of Raby Coat, co. Cumberland petition to Cecil, 142 Champante , Gregory, of Fieldhouse, co. Hants. petition to Cecil, 103 case between Conradus and, 104 Champion , , tenant to William Conradus 104

    Entry Book of Minutes of Petitions and other Proceedings in the Court of Wards, 01 October 1640-31 October 1640

    Melius inquirendo decreed to find the office, returnable in Hilary term next. Nov. 3. Notts. Sence Bunby, grandmother, and Robt. Fieldhouse, the ward's uncle by the mother's side, the mother being also dead. Do. For the wardship of Wm. son Subscribers-only content

    Index of names

    William, 64. Fescampe , Thomas, 302. Festing , Michael, 175. Fiddes , Richard, 387. Field , Richard, 150, note . Fieldhouse , Margaret, 18. Fielding , Beatrice, 416. Lady Bridget, 322. Catherine, 416. Lady Elizabeth, 322. Henry, 141. 163. 229.


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