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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stirchley Growth of settlement

    the 1840s to house the ironworks managers and was consequently known as Clerks Row, 40 and nearer the ironworks the Furnace Houses (later demolished) were built for foun dry workers c . 1858. 41 The population increase at the time

    Cowfold Economic history

    mill recorded in Cowfold in 1576 . 65 It was fed by the Furnace pond and was evidently used as a forge in conjunction with an iron-smelting furnace in Lower Beeding in the 1580s ; 66 during the 17th century

    Bouldon BOULDON IN 1844

    he worked the furnace under licence from the Blounts. It was supplied with cordwood from Ditton Priors and elsewhere, with ironstone from Brown Clee , and with Bouldon limestone. 57 By the early 18th century the furnace produced mainly pig

    Warnham Economic history

    , together with the miller's house. An iron furnace existed at Warnham in 1608 , 65 on the site of the later corn mill at the very large Warnham Mill pond. Furnace slag was visible there in 1928 . 66

    The parish of Kirkby Ireleth KIRKBY IRELETH .

    on like a collecting dish, inscribed 'The gift of Coll . Richard Kirkby to ye Parish Church of Kirkby in Furnace , Lancashire , 1698,' and round the rim on the lower side 'Taken from the French who had Plunder'd

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as required. gal A\ Estimates for all kinds of Masonry, Fonts, Monuments, Drinking-fountains, Turned Balusters, Cisterns, Steps, Coping Grindstones, &c. Furnace Hearths, Engine Beds & Girder Stones dressed ready forfi ig. N.B.-All stones are marked D & Co.'s CEFN. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rough or dressed, as required. Estimates for all kinds of Masonry, Fonts, Monuments, Drinking-fountains, TurnedBalusters, Cisterns, Steps, Coping Grindstones, &c. Furnace Hearths, Engine Beds & Girder Stones dressed ready for fixing. N.B.-AI1 stones are marked D & Co.'s CEFN. Prices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dressed, as required. f S Estimates for all kinds of Masonry, Fonts, Monuments, Drinking-fountains, TurnedBalusters, Cisterns, Steps, Coping Grindstones, &c. Furnace Hearths, Engine Beds & Girder Stones dressed readyfor fixing. N.B.-All stones are marked D & Co.'s CEFN. E Prices Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rough or dressed, as required. Estimates for all kinds of Masonry, Fonts, Monuments, Drinking-fountains, TurnedBalusters, Cisterns, Steps, Coping Grindstones, &c. Furnace Hearths, Engine Beds & Girder Stones dressed ready forfixing. N.B.-All stones are marked D & Co.'s CEFN. Prices in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dressid, as required. U Estimates for all kinds of Masonry, Fonts, Monuments, Drinking-fountains, TurnedBalstters, Cisterns, . Steps, Coping Grindstones, &c Furnace Hearthse Engine Beds & Girder Stones A dessed readyeor fixing. *. N.B.-All stones are marked D ;& Co.'s CEFN. Subscribers-only content

 

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