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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Manors

    Sir Roger 's death in 1400 68 the estate descended with the manor of Goscote ; after 1510 the rights were shared between the coparceners of Goscote , half descending with Lord Berners's share and the rest with that of

    Walsall Wood Manor and other estates

    in Shelfield since at least 1278. 60 After Roger's death in 1356 his Shelfield estate descended with the manor of Goscote in Walsall until at least 1411. 61 Soon afterwards, however, it was assigned to Margery Tylney, and it apparently

    Walsall Other estates

    covered with houses, 51 and the site of the farmhouse is a playground and open space. Goscote Hall on the corner of Slacky and Goscote Lanes formed part of an estate owned by the Price family in the mid 18th

    Walsall Public services

    The other was situated on the north-western boundary at Goscote ; it was extended c . 1960 and again in the early 1970s . In 1966 control of the Brockhurst and Goscote works passed to the Upper Tame Main Drainage

    Walsall Roman Catholicism

    the early 1580s 92 were several prominent local families. Members of the Birch family of Goscote were presented as recusants until at least 1668; John Birch was sequestered for recusancy by 1648 . 93 The wives of William Mountfort of

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 January 1627-29 February 1628

    Sir Theobald, commission to Goring , Sir George letters of Capt. Thomas, letter of Goscote , East, hundred, co. Leicester, commissioners for loan in, letter of Goscote , West, hundred, co. Leicester Goshawk , the Gosnold , Capt. Robert letters Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 535, August 1635, 01 August 1635-31 August 1635

    Frisby, Dalby, Prestwold, Tilton, East Norton, Twyford, Loseby-cum-Newton, Southcross, Ashby Folville, Barsby, Hungerton, Thrussington, and Seagrave, in the deanery of Goscote; and Conieston, All Saints, Leicester, Earls Hilton, Hinckley, H igham-super-Montes, Markfield, Ratcliffe, Ibstock, Stanton-sub-Bardon, Witherley, Thornton, Nailston-cumBarton, Shakerston, Appleby, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    Thos. Goring , George, Lord Goring and first Earl of Norwich Charles, his son, second Earl of Norwich request of Goscote , East, co. Leicester, hundred of Gosport , Hants, letters dated from ropehouses and ropemakers in ships at Gospright Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    , George, Lord letters of petition of commission to grant to his secretary, see Warwick, Mr. and others, discharge to Goscote , West, co. Leicester, hundred Gosling , Thomas Gosport , Hants Gosselyn , Isaac, pardon to Gossington , Simon Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 535, December 1634, 01 December 1634-31 December 1634

    ] 26. Notes of the metropolitical visitation of part of the diocese of Lincoln, viz., the deaneries of Goodlaxton, Gertre, Goscote, Framland, Akeley, Leicester, and Sparkenhoe. [16 small pages, stitched like a book , 3 of them blank. In the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on strike, a sel re considerable nernaher of wlhorsniarclhed in procession. with 50l r* a bailrn of music, from Bloxwich. Goscote, arnd tire nrigh- Cc bourhood. Resolutions in accordance with tire object of ac the meeting, and insupport of those Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    28, 1884. To fhc EDrToR or the DUILY Pi- hn this day's Post there appear a reportae r held at Goscote yesterday, in vbich it is staf a eetini letter received from me vras read asking fortal tiht with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coffee-house, New Street, thi VTll 'The lieroses of James Allei, Three Crovwns ; James-Bid' tri duph- Teddesjey--Arni; William - Holland, Goscote ,to John Russell;* Bloxwich; and- James Swiliwood,- Blue 181 ' I Jasne, which bad been sunpended. from the provious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pipes, scwers, and everything else connected d. with tho schemc, and also a qlusantity of land at th d. Goscote. The allowance the inspector made was £37,000. ills hie i respect of the farm at Bescot only, as the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4in. 0, to above will be sold cheap, upon (,early applica- 'Ist-iron Pipes.--Tl tjorl to John Starkey, Pelsall Hall and Goscote Collieries, rim r 01 Walsall, 952,- I if"'EASAINGLNES T.-Im.".11 11 %t-W efficiency I'llaranteed. Occ D o llalentec3 of .,]too Subscribers-only content

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