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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bolehall and Glascote

    Parishes Bolehall and Glascote BOLEHALL AND GLASCOTE Acreage: 658. Population: 1911, 4,711; 1921, 5,278; 1931, 2,330. The parish lies to the south and west of Amington , its western boundary being the Anker and then the Tame as far south

    Walsall Wood Manor and other estates

    son William (created a baronet in 1627 ), 68 who in 1632 sold the manor to William Glascote . 69 In 1634-5 Glascote sold it to Sir Richard Wilbraham , lord of Walsall , 70 and Shelfield manor was then

    The borough of Tamworth

    and formerly chapelries or hamlets thereof remain in Warwickshire and constitute the modern parishes of Amington with Stonydelph, Bolehall with Glascote , and Wilnecote with Castle Liberty . Certain adjustments of the boundaries between the borough and those parishes were

    Parishes Nether Whitacre

    (1 fee in Netherwytacre and Drakenegge). Feud. Aids , v, 179. Viz. Halloughton Hall in Kingsbury , Perry Croft and Glascote in Tamworth . Dugd. 1042, citing autograph in Hatton library. He gives date, however, as April 1321 . Feet

    Parishes Yardley

    Flaxbot, 6 le Bromilone, 7 le Hulbroc, 8 Hendeslond, Waxhullone, 9 Collelesewe, 10 Yarpesham-mede, Blakeley , Bondefeld, 11 Esson, Bromwall, Glascote , Colmedowe, Capcroft, Holkyron, 12 Brigfeld 13 and Kinkeswold. MANORS YARDLEY evidently formed part of the original endowment of

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, August 1716, 11-20, 11 August 1716-20 August 1716

    5 6 6 Castle Bromwich 14 19 0 Kingsbury and Harley 4 2 6 Polesworth 5 12 0 Bohall and Glascote 0 15 10 Wilne Coate 1 13 8 Benley 0 13 1 Bakswell 4 8 0 Baxterley 0 12

    Index, G, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    of the duties on Houses for. See Thomas, E. Glanford Brigg , Glennfride Briggs , in Brigg, co. Lincoln, 350. Glascote , co. Warwick, 402. Glasgow , co. Lanark, Comptroller of Customs at, 505; landcarriagewaiters at, 524; tidewaiter at, 507.

    Index, G, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    i. g. 465 (72). Glasbroke , Geoff., i. g. 846 (70). Glascoke , Wm., i. 557 (pp. 23, 27, 29). Glascote , Warw., i. g. 621 (12 p. 310). Glaseney (Glasseney) college , beside Penryn , Cornw., i. 1284. Glasgow

    Henry VIII, April 1545, 26-30, 01 April 1545-30 April 1545

    Ric. Lakyn, Wm. Dynche. Agnes Draper, alias Cowper, Hugh Robyns alias Robynson; and in Tamworthe, Staff., ts. Geo. Grene-feld, in Glascote, Warw., t. John Symond, in Allestre, Warw., t. John Reve. in Hoggisnorton, Leic, ts. Wm. Meremouth and Thos Orme,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thoi London and North-Western Pailway), aud Dr. Fausett (medical officer of bealth).-E-idence was given showing theinsuflecient representation of Boleliall and Glascote, and the desire on the part of the inhabitants to have themselves constituted into a separate board. Trhe work Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ford, railway clerk, wuas indicted for having, on the 9th, 19th, and k2nd of January last, at l Boleball and Glascote, embezzled 3s., :£1,, and ld, the c moneys of his employers, the Midland Railway Company. t Mr. Hugo Young Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Laughter.1 l He know'.somethingf about Tam- wortb and something about' Sit.Robert Peal. andlhe hoped I the workmen and colliers, of, Glascote 'and 'Pazeley and'i Tamworth, 'whose 'interests' were justb the same asI the~interestsof thosebefor6 lirts would renember theb, sneering terms Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. so NOTrCES TO COIIRESPONDiNT.9 ,eir AZlel eirs' iiitpnydcd f05' ubication. iiuit be accornapania lit, ter Vi viasae aid addr'ess of the writen'; 72et necoseizrey for wps blicaeion, but f~ri the information of the'Editor. riay4 nis1 aewers to (quecsiouns Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el the order of the day.-100 yards boys' handicap. '1. ai r~ickard, Tamworth, 3 yards, 1 ; H. J. Flowers, Glascote, LI scratch, 2 ; W. J. Stormer, Tarmworth, scratch, 3. Won In casily by four yards. Time, 12 2-5sec.-100 Subscribers-only content

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