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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Blithbury

    of Edricht of Wolseley, granted his lands and woods at Gailey (in Penkridge ) to the nuns at some date between 1158 and 1165 ; by 1189 , however, Gailey had passed to the Benedictine nunnery at Brewood . 5

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Brewood ( Black Ladies )

    5 Another instance of the relationis the fact that Gailey (in Penkridge ) granted to Blithbury between 1158 and 1165 had passed to the nuns of Brewood before 1189. 6 Gailey , however, was seized by Henry II , and

    Penkridge Economic history, churches, schools and charities

    . 18 An agreement was made in 1662 between the lords of Gailey Hay and the freeholders and commoners there for the cultivation of the common of Gailey Hay for 5 years. 19 The commoners were to pay a seventh

    Penkridge Introduction and manors

    consisted of 778 acres of 'old inclosed land', including what is now Gailey , in addition to 626 acres of 'new inclosed land' on Calf Heath . 41 Gailey Hay formed, with Teddesley Hay, a division of the Forest of

    Teddesley Hay

    to 'the Sholle' ( Shoal Hill ), 7 thus including Huntington (in Cannock parish) within Cannock Forest. The boundary of Gailey Hay 8 probably began at Shoal Hill . Only three persons in Teddesley Hay were assessed for the Hearth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15; Lichield (St. Mary), 14; Aldridge, 13; to- Longton (St. Jarnes's), 12 ; West 0o'seley, 10; Trentham: lie 10 ; Gailey, 9 ; Colivich, 8; Leigh, II; Liclifield (be8 an natiornal), 8; Alainstall, '6;' Islam, 6; Lichfield' (St. to.Micaels),5;Rugeley, 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ne o town or country, Exjserieneed. and can give first-clase refer- ences for buisiness aiities 0usd trustwortlhiness.Address, A.. 2, - Gailey Cottages, Oakley Street, Wfiton, Droltwicb. c3274 ILLRS(Master). -Wanted, by an5 exluerlenceul marriead Man, t![ total al~btalisor, HRe-engagementas 3toneriian, poutimaried Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her ears, kielred her t twice in the back. She left the house and want home to her father at Gailey, near Peuknidge. She now asked for aseparatioi order to be grantedl. Dofendant pleaded that c his wife sometimes got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Michael's, Stone, 9; Elford, 2; 11am, 2; Lichfield National, 2; Cheddleton, 2; liolfington, 2; Stoke Central, 1; Trentham, 1 i Gailey 1 flam, L After the presentation of the prizes the ibishop entertained the children at the palace, and lrmcbeon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the site of the proposed new Workhouse. After immense volumes of "talk," the Gaardians, in council assembled, had fixed upon Gailey, as the most central and convenient site. Captain Harri. son favours Cannock, and has' succeeded by a majority of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    g. 496 (68 p. 232). -, Robert, son of Sir John, i. 900. Gagiardell , Mark Anthony, ii. 706 (57). Gailey (Gaunelle) , Staff., i. g. 624 (2). Gainsborough (Gaynsburgh, Gaynesborowe, Gaynesbuirghe) , Linc., i. g. 1335 (29); ii. g.

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