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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Trentham

    in Blurton , where some of the priory's original endowment lay, was acquired during the 13th century, 36 and in Hanchurch (in Trentham ) the priory secured property which included pasture land and the mill. 37 Various grants of arable,

    The county borough since 1910 STOKE-on-TRENT BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    in 1914 , a pumping engine was erected and in the following year a main was laid from there to Hanchurch reservoir. 99 Expansion of this pumping station took place in 1927 -8. 100 The powers acquired under the 1912

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Buildings and castle

    of serjeants, originally described as the king's sokemen, whose service was secured upon lands in (i) Knutton with Dimsdale , Hanchurch , Clayton , Hanford , and Whitmore , (ii) Hanley , (iii) Longton , (iv) Fenton , (v) Tunstall

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Local government and public services

    Water Board, of which the corporation is a constituent member, 317 and in that year a main was laid from Hanchurch reservoir to Nelson Place . 318 In 1932 the number of corporation members on the board was increased from

    Parishes Clayton

    mainly around the 400- and 500-ft. contours above the Lyme Brook on the east and the Park Brook (formerly the Hanchurch Brook) 5 on the south. There is a dip in the level north of Clayton village where a stream

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOCE, John II.

    The Joce family acquired the Staffordshire manor of Hanchurch in the early 14th century, and built up a substantial estate in the area. Evidence associating this MP with the main branch remains lacking, but we may be reasonably sure that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charge of wilfully Ge setting fire to a stack of corn, on the farnm of Ar. George an l Swift, Hanchurch, Trentham. On the afternoon of Sun- rat led day week, as already 'reported in the Daely Post, a fire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mir. B. Fitzherbert gave " The tenant farmers, and ruccess to agriculture and Messrs. RH. Fooler (Lilleshall) and G. Swift (Hanchurch) responded. Sir. E. M. Buller submitted the toast of "The noble moaster," and the Marquis of Stafford having responded, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the "brush" to be secured. The first Reynard went in the direction of .Swinnerton, and between this place and Hanchurch most of the running was done. Here, however, is a good sweep of country; and although the ground was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d petition for the prizes offered for the best-cultivated a cottage garden-viz., five each in the Trentham, s Blurten, and Hanchurch, the Tittensor, PEark Fields, and el Knowiwall, and the Hanford, Trent Vale, Clayton, hi Butterton, and Acton districts. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edward Aiceck, Mmesrs. Gibbs, Little Stokse: 7, Charles Paze, Mr. Tivomas Vebberley, Little Stoke; 6, Johni Bostook, Mr. George Swift, Hanchurch. THE LUNCHEON. A large company sat down to luncheon within a marquee on the ground, and subsequently a number Subscribers-only content

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