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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Wombridge

    nephew of Walter de Dunstanville (I) 14 and Dunstanville influence may have helped to secure stone from the quarries of Grindle in Ryton in the early 13th century. 15 Other benefactors, lords of small fees, had no obvious connexion with

    Lilleshall Economic history

    return for a grant of common of pasture in his wood at Lizard . 10 In 1275 John, lord of Grindle , quitclaimed to the canons his common rights in their wood on the Lilleshall side of Watling Street .

    Index A-J

    John, fam., n and see Gryce Griffiths : Ceri, R., Ric., Rowland , Grim (fl. before 1086) , Grindle , John of, Grindle (in Ryton ) , Grinshill : Thos., Wm., Grinshill , grocery , see foodstuffs Groom : Ernest,

    Index A-J

    Griffith, Rob., Rector of Woolaston , Griffiths, Hugh, Grimston , Jas., Vct. Grimston (d. 1773), Jas., Vct. Grimston (d. 1808), Grindle , R. D., Mr. (fl. 1944), Grove , Eliz., see Hooke ; John, Nic. atte, Thos. (fl. early 18th

    Index K-Z

    , A. C. Eyton , Rychers , Rob., rye , see crops: cereals rye-grass , see crops Ryton , see Grindle , S. & S. Structures , n saddlery , see industries, etc.: leather St. Clair- Erskine , Millicent Fanny

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20 Great Barlow street Godley, John tiebert, 69 Gloucester place Goodden, W. R. St James's place Grisawood, H. Club chambers Grindle, Christopher, Jermyn street Grace, James, Jerinyn street Gould, John, Broad street George, John D. Old Burlintlgon street Gawtray, Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOTELS, VOLWN 'BAY HOWEL, MORTH '"ALES.~ Favourite, Seaside Resort.b The reduced tariff comes into force onT the 13th Inst.-For p Moiulars, apply to Manlager. 1066-' LIVERPOOL. nO OMPTON HOTEL." One of the Largest Andi 11st-appointed Hotels in England. Highly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW -PUBLIOATIONS. QUESTINS byINVESORS Stisfatoril ANSWRED h, liro hsiTABLISHjxj SEVE NTY YEARS. J¶ONEXY ADVANCED, without Sureties, at very rea. _ ~~ PASONAB~E .TEifflI aend FAIR- D~EALI NG.- IO. =- ~pwads DV~g~EnWITHOUT SURETIES. Not con- Al liected witl~ any s~i~caor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RtoorerNo. 2, ,under Coolero, Hop Boom No. 2, oe~or workishop, nesr Brr.*louse. Seveni-Quarter BREWERY, wctl proper fittings as menstloned below- Grindle, Boont end Blathi Room. Engine aomse, with lead flat reeo't Larae working Cellar, wvith entran~a fitepso and barrel elide. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WAKTE" CLASS o1 ADV7BBTISBMBfNTS For eonseclutive Insertions of the classes of emall Advertisemoent partlouiarieed. below the following are the pcrepaid charges : 16 Wordso, Once ..... 6d. 17to 32 Words, Once.... le. Od Ditto, 'Three Insertions. I04Ditto The2ietos.Ps. 0£ Subscribers-only content

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