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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stoke Prior

    its passage through the parish of Stoke Prior . Finstall , now a separate ecclesiastical parish, lies in the north, and practically constitutes a suburb of Bromsgrove . It includes Finstall Park , of 120 acres, the property of Mr.

    Parishes Himbleton

    now stands in the vestry. This was made for Hanbury Church , and afterwards went to the new church at Finstall , in each case making way for a modern Gothic font. In the church is a quantity of old

    Parishes Bromsgrove

    in 1883 . The railway station is about a mile to the east of the town and is really in Finstall , formerly a hamlet in the parish of Stoke Prior , but now a separate ecclesiastical parish. The district

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUICIDE OF A RiLIiVING OvFIoCR,-Mr. Millbr b Corlbettj deputy coroner, hold an inque.st on Thursday, ( ae the Cross Inn,' Finstall; - on the body of YaltDr '~Bladois, aged 56 years,- who Was fouid' drowned in te 'H canal at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was signed. REriOVING S1eEEP WVITIHOUT A LICENSE.-At the same Sessions, John Matthew Goodwin, farm bailiff to Mr. W. B. Eyeritt, Finstall Part, was charged with removing ten sheep and two lambs from Warwickshire into WVorcester- shire, without license, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Kemp's Margaret, 6 yes, out _____ ____ ____1.15 ORsoni oF OluNaeiro.-Tardebigge P~lat, 1.45; Redditch Steeple. Soilt eloise, 2.15; Mlatch, 1.45; Finstall Stoeeplchase, 3.25;1Shseltwood M Hurdle, 4. 10; United Steeplechasse, il.3 At Litle ushUnLaua Jnes Ni Adire, Lrd erkeyKate the Pt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1NtoiesTimeTrvnit.-MIr, James Dyson Perrins, of DavenharnBank, Mlalvern, Mir. Victor AMilward, of the Holloway. near Rledtlitclh; anid Mir. William Everitt, of Finstall, Broftnsgrovo. SumnovssiisR.-Mr. William Edward Mlontague Hulton Harrop, of Lythwood Hall; AIr. George Pardoe, of Nash Court; and MIr, Arthur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dyson Perrins, of Davenham Bank, Nalvern * Yr. Victor Millvard, of The Holloway, near Il:eilitch; and Mr. WUillaim Everitt, of Finstall, BIroms- lusi *E. M.'-jnder the Seats Bill, if Harborne is included io tlie Parliamentary Borough of Birmingham, a resident Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, March 1650, 01 March 1650-31 March 1650

    of a troop of horse at Malling, and plundered Beecher of West Malling of a horse. 22 264 Wm. Sheldon, Finstall, Bromsgrove Parish, Co. Worcester, Son-in-law to Mr. Barnsley, of Barnsley Hall, Co. Worcester. 1 18 March 1650. Vol. A Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    22, 24, 228 229. Finchley , co. Middlesex, 301. Fink Lane , 89 91, 151 152. Finsbury , 14, 114. Finstall Moor , co. Worcester, 211. Fish Street , 174 175. Fisherton-de-la-Mere , co. Wilts, 276 277. Fishmarket , 74.

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