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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cropthorne

    manor in 1292 and in 1299 . 69 Sir Simon Handsacre , possibly his son, is said to have been lord of Charlton in 1331 -2, 70 and William de Handsacre was in possession in 1346 . 71 Sir Simon

    Townships Curborough and Elmshurst CURBOROUGH AND ELMHURST 1987

    early 19th-century farmhouses stand along Tewnals Lane (Tunalls Lane in 1711 ), 27 part of the road from Lichfield to Handsacre and King's Bromley : Red Brae Farm (formerly Binns Farm); 28 Sunnyside Farm to the north; 29 and Hunt's

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Farewell

    Lichfield , King's Bromley , Water Eaton (in Penkridge ), Pipe, Abnalls, Cannock , Burntwood , Rugeley , Brereton , Handsacre , Oakley (in Croxall ), Tipton and Longdon . The total annual value was £33 6 s . 8

    Religious houses Introduction RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    established on the site of the present Armitage church by the 12th century; although still known as 'the hermitage of Handsacre ' in the mid 13th century, the chapel then seems no longer to have been a hermitage. 17 A

    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    Corner on Watling Stree t . 25 The road branching from the London-Chester road and continuing to High Bridges at Handsacre in Armitage was also included. Originally its route through the city followed Wheel Lane and Grange Lane , but

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    g. 381 (24). Handeley , Ralph. See Henley. Handley (Hanley), Chesh. [ near Bollington ] , 438 (4 m. 16). Handsacre (Honsaker), Staff., 438 (4 m. 15). Handsworth (Hannysworth), Staff., 438 (2 m. 13). Haneton or Hanneton, , the Emperor's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New cut. Lambeth, ironnmongers. [Bignold and Co. New Bridge street. J. Loveridge, Bridport, Dorsetshire, cabinet maker. [Brace, Cbeapside. G. Harvey, Handsacre, Staffordshire, spirit and cyder mser- chant. [Lawrence and Taylor, Old Fish street, Doctors' Commons. W. Beer and Harriet Venon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hatter-April G, J. Wilson, IV. Newton, J. Wilson, H. Newton, and G. Wilson, Derby, colour manufacturers -April 5, G. Harvey, Handsacre, Staffordshire, spirit merchant- April 5, M. Cooley, Spalding, Lincolnshire, tailor-April 5, R. R. Timings, Birmingham, grocer-March 15, It. Theltwell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cureton;' The Close, Rev. John Gylby Lonsdale. Alrewas (2): John Lawrence Coson, Samuel Shufflebotham Bamford, and William Booth. Armitage with Handsacre: Edward Johns. King's Bromley: Edward Averill. King's Bromley Hayes: Joseph Harvey. Burntwood, Edil, and Wood houses: 'William Mann, Job Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U.NWHOLESOIE 1"OOD.-Sanitary-inspector Cooper appeared before the Magi3trates to lay an informs- tion against George Holloway, of Handsacre, for being the owner of the carcase of an unwholesome sucking pig. The officer stated that at about two o'clock on Saturday after- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to omoncaco at Eleven o'clock in themorning . 931 SALES BY AUOTION. BY T. S. FALLOWS at the Crown Inn Handsacre B near Armliee, on MOiNDAY NEXT, at FJve-iRkEO ESTATE. YTHOMAS and BE TIDGE, on MONDAY NEXT, eat Eleven, at Subscribers-only content

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