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You searched for: Place: Hanley, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanley Castle

    Parishes Hanley Castle HANLEY CASTLE Hanlie (xi cent.); Hanlega, Hanlegam, Hanlea (xii cent.); Hanlegh (xiii cent.). Hanley Castle , which appears to have been known alternatively as Potters' Hanley , 1 is a large parish, and until 1894, when the

    The city of Stoke-on-Trent Jewish congregations

    the Jewish religion in the Potteries seems to have been concentrated in Hanley . A congregation was formed there in 1873 1 and by 1876 there was a small synagogue 2 identified in 1880 as being in Hanover Street .

    Hanley Local government, economic history and social life

    ). Theatre Royal , Hanley : Brochure of Re-opening 1951 (copy in H.R.L.). Staffs. Sentinel , 16 Aug. 1820 ; Ancient Corp. of Hanley , 111; Hanley Jubilee Souvenir ( 1907 ), 31, 32; Huntbach, Hanley , 102; O.S. Map

    Parishes Hanley William

    Parishes Hanley William HANLEY WILLIAM Hanelege, Henelege (xi cent.); Hanleg Thom, Hanlee Wyllame, Hanley (xiii cent.); Williamshanley (xiv cent.); Handley William (xvi cent.); Over Hanley (xviii cent.). The parish, which covers an area of 1,165 acres, lies principally on high

    Eyton upon the Weald Moors Nonconformity

    a shepherd. 55 The group ceased in 1870 . 56 S.R.O. 3767/ XVII /A, E; 1824 circuit plan (copy in Hanley Ref. Libr., Stoke-on-Trent ). Refs. kindly supplied by Mr. J. H. Lenton . S.R.O. 3038/1 /1, pp. 6, 9;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HANLEY, William (by 1525-66 or later), of New Windsor, Berks.

    HANLEY, William (by 1525-66 or later), of New Windsor, Berks. Constituency Dates New Windsor 1558 Ofifces Held Subsidy collector, New Windsor 1548, 1560, 1563; chamberlain 1553, 1554, alderman 1557, 1558, mayor 1559, 1566. Biography The origins of William Hanley have

    COLCLOUGH, John (d.1420/1), of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Hanley, Staffs.

    of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Hanley, Staffs. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme Nov. 1384 Newcastle-under-Lyme Jan. 1390 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Newcastle-under-Lyme Mich. 1377-8, 1379-81; mayor 1384-5, 1386-7, 1388-90, 1394-5, 1400-1, 1402-5, 1406-7, 1408-9, 1410-11. Biography From the mid 14th century, if not before, the

    COLCLOUGH, William (d.c.1414), of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs. and Calverhall, Salop.

    1391. During the Easter term of 1393 he acted as his brother’s attorney in a lawsuit over the manor of Hanley. Four years later he was summoned to defend himself in an assize of novel disseisin at Stafford, although the

    BEAUCHAMP, Sir John (1377-1420), of Holt, Worcs.

    father had acquired by purchase.[footnote] Beauchamp subsequently added to the lands he had inherited the manors of Shilton (Warwickshire) and Hanley near Tenbury, along with weirs and fisheries near Ombersley in Worcestershire, but he never became as wealthy as his

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