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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Brewood Introduction, manors and agriculture OLD SMITHY COTTAGES. Dean Street . BREWOOD .

    capital messuage of Gunstone was held by Alice, wife of Henry de la Pyrye of Gunstone , who after Henry's death exchanged it with his son Hugh for a messuage and land in Chillington . 459 Gunstone Hall was held

    Religious houses Introduction RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    322-3. In addition to the hospitals treated separately in th is volume there may have been a leper hospital near Gunstone (in Brewood ): V.C.H. Staffs . v. 20. A 'house' in Tamworth , dedicated to St. John , was

    Index

    , Revd. Wal., 45 Grove , Lawr., 48 Gunstone , Hugh de, 32 Gunstone , in Brewood , 18, 20, 27, 33, 112; bridge, 19; Hall, 32; man., 32; pop., 18 Gunstone Hall ( Virginia , U.S.A. ), 32 n

    Index A-J

    and Hull , Misses, Grimaldi , Jos., Grisewood , fam., Groom , John, architect, Grote: And., Rog., Groves , Jas., Gunstone , Thos., Gurney , Wm. Brodie, Guy , Hen., Guybon , John, Gwyn , Rees , Gwynne , Nell,

    West Bromwich Economic history

    undertook to supply it with six tons of iron a week. 70 Thomas Foley of Stourbridge and Gerard Fowke of Gunstone in Brewood were renting the mill from John Shelton in 1649 , and in 1650 they took a lease

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANE, Richard (d.1438), of Bentley and the Hyde, Staffs.

    as some of the former Bagot estates in Blymhill and other more scattered holdings in the area around Chillington and Gunstone, Staffordshire. Also through his wife Lane appears to have acquired land in the Hem, Shropshire, as this was included

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frith street, Soho Frewin, Edward, 32 Holborn Foxley, Mary Ann, 95 St John street road Fowles, Robert, Upper Duncan place Gunstone, Daniel, 1 10 Goswell street *Gunstone, Thos. 87 Upper street Patton, Thomas, Newgate market Home, Christopher, Leadenhall market Howard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pugh, Ewdness, 60s. to til 70s.; eight from MIr. J. Pulley fetched 5 guineas each; ht twventy from Mrs. Tolefree, Gunstone, 65s. each; Ir fifteen from Mrs. Tolefree, Huntington. 63s. each ; co seventy from Mri. G. Graham, 789. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expressed in ) favour of Mr. C. R. IKeeling's exhibit, which took the - second prize. Mr. AV. II. Beach (Gunstone) carried off E the first and second prizes for the best pen of five ewe lambs- aiid Mr. George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road, nr Coventry Boand. e 16 G oob Rye Straw for Sale, delivered to Wallsall. rioe 7Ca per X tun.-Woollright, Gunstone Farm, CodsalL C680D sin BrS a 5aleZp-ply, Johea;C.Holder, Midland B3rewery 1*-JW_NoasnSotiahtreet' .67id -UN-rErc.lmeaetsgGinG, real Damascus bar rels; second-nd- e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    power to protect themselves. The main thing needed was to prevent animals passing through infected districts. Mr. T. Evans, of Gunstone, could verify that no case of rinderpest bad arisen in his district except through cattle coming from Wolverhampton market. Subscribers-only content

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