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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Communications Communications

    50 In 1767 a subscription contract was drawn up for the promoters of a projected canal north from Coventry to Fradley , on the Trent and Mersey Canal ; among the anticipated benefits were commercial intercourse with Hull and Liverpool

    Lichfield Public services

    60 houses being built on the Ponesfield estate, provided that priority was given to workers at the R.A.F. station at Fradley in Alrewas . 270 Early in the war overcrowding resulted from the number of evacuees from West Bromwich ,

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities

    . The club still existed in 1891 . 45 By the early 1680s horse races were held in September on Fradley heath in Alrewas north-east of Lichfield , with the corporation from 1686 awarding a prize of a silver tankard

    Townships Streethay with Fulfen STREETHAY WITH FULFEN 1986

    c . 40. 17 Prefabricated huts were built south-west of the Anchor in the early 1940s for W.R.A.F. personnel from Fradley airfield in Alrewas . Used as offices by Lichfield rural district council after the Second World War, the buildings

    Index A - K

    177 J. R., 289 Sam., & Sons, 128 Alport , see Allport Alrewas , 123, 273 Curborough Farm, 100, 279 Fradley , q.v . Alsop , see Allsopp Ames : Eliz., 231 Thos., 67 Amiens (Somme, France ), 120 Amphibalus

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of an exa- amination in the Insolvent Court on Monday, it came oit that the detaining creditor, a person namer! Fradley, brought an action against the insolvent for a libel, in sending a letter to a benefit society from which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St.; &48B I. )hn .D Rc S-9tutr ioWanted, 'by respectable, maar ~ Ma iwels Buis in both Wranches. - It. Fradley, Hn~gh' S ~et, ChAhe- : AKERS l~eeo.-ou a WnsStato.'Scond jr is B Single.-C. B3., buck 114, WillianiStreet, Lozolle. 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. 34, Dally Psst. c9663 ' 5XAK Rl8.-Sltustion Wanted. by roepeetalile married Man, wall _ .):a up in bath bace.-T. Fradley, Ilgh St., Chaetovnv. C89S5 - irji<csintand Confectiouere-oanted toelbacei Youthb 14, with '. as sestebhbeN~ao.-J, Clotterell, ?Veh Heaeth, Redditch, e6S19 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broclrson, lawyer's clerk, who lied met with hisl det under melancholy circumstances ori Saturday.-Thec deceased had arranged to go to Fradley rabbit shooting, .and left the offic on Saturday morning to fetch his rifle. IHeo went upstairs for th-i purpose Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALLEGED BABY-FARMING AT EANLEYL- o At Henley, yesterday, the Borough Coroner (Mr. .1 ~,West-Jones) held ean enquiry as to thle sleatli of Ii~il"'4 Y Graham, ent infant betwecen four and five months oid, vecho Itdied on Saturday.-.-The Coroner said Subscribers-only content

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