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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hartshill

    HartshillHARTSHILL Acreage: 1,555. Population: 1911, 2,450; 1921, 2,560; 1931, 2,542. The parish of Hartshill comprises the southern part of the ancient ecclesiastical parish of Mancetter . Its situation in the East Warwickshire coalfield has wrought great changes in

    Parishes Ansley

    manor in a settlement by John de Hartshill in 1365 , 35 and was in the possession of the Colepepers, lords of Ansley , in 1426 and 1437. 36 It was pledged with Hartshill and Ansley in 1475 by John

    Wombridge Education

    since expansion on the cramped site 92 was impossible, the infant department transferred to a new council school 93 at Hartshill , 94 and recognized accommodation was reduced to 236 places. 95 By 1913, however, the school was again overcrowded

    Stoke-upon-Trent Buildings, manors and estates STOKE-UPON-TRENT TOWN CENTER c. 1960

    the main road round Hartshill church by this time. 80 Victoria Street linking Hartshill Road at Harpfield with Etruria Road at Basford was constructed c . 1880. 81 The streets of terraced cottages south of Hartshill Road opposite the end

    Parishes Mancetter Plans of Mancetter Manor House

    and continuing south, skirted the village of Hartshill before joining the Coleshill-Nuneaton road . Less important roads and lanes linked the major roads already mentioned and, except in the civil parish of Hartshill , where industrialization has taken place, their

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prose- cutor was kept in custody all night, and on the following morning was taken to the defendant's house at Hartshill, where the defendant told him that he must pay forthwith to Joyce and King the sum of 31. 12s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he formerly held. The I Wolverhampton Chronicle' says that Mrs Dunn's pedestrian feat-walking 1,000 miles in 1,000 hours-at Noah's Ark, Hartshill, continues to attract much attention, great numbers of people visiting her. She has accomplished about four-sixths of her task, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of whom made a confession, and L6. was foundburied at the s foot of a notice-board in a field at Hartshill. Francis Cotton, father of the boy -Cotton, was subsequently arrested, and Ivan now charged with having received £4. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Collis, li.; A Grateful BE,eT Patient (pgr Mr. Chavasse), lOs.;- Messrs. Gammon and Horton :ed Marrian, 3s. 6d. Caonregationas Collections: Hartshill COTS *re Church, £65. 16s.. 2d. Tamworth Church, £4. Chaplain's COTS' ;m *14esc: George Hfeaton, Esq., iCe. 6d. Presents: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pre- en vious night the complainant end her sister were walking sir home to Penkhull along the Princess Road from Hartshill. of They were followed for some distance by the prisoner,. who ran stealthily up to the complainant, and suddenly Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1833, 29 April 1833

    Hull; Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Hartshill, in the County of Warwick, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1833, 31 May 1833

    in the County of Warwick, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Hartshill, in the County of Warwick, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; severally praying their Lord¬ ships " to adopt decisive Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Ryeton ; of Greenwich; of Atherstone; of Wragby; of Chilvers Coton; of Felling Shore; and of Scamblesby, 212.— Wesleyans of Hartshill; of Horncastle; of Wolsingham ; of Frosterly; of Lane Head; of Wear Dale; of Myton; of Sculcoates; of Hessle Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    ; Breighton and Gunby; Skelton, &c.; Acotnb and Holdgate; Gate Helmsley, &c.; Aughton, &c; Sheriff Hutton ; Ather- stone ; Hartshill; Associate Congregation, Muckart; and Great and Little Chesterford, 383. — Knaresborough ; Ruthin; Westow; and Whitwick and Thringstone, 389.— Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    INCLOSURES—continue*/. 577 II. Petitions for Bills for In closures, &c—conrimzed. Llanddinoll and Llanychairn, and Llanrhystid Mevenidd (Cardigan); lxx. 43. Bill presented, 131. Regent's consent signified, 171. r. a. 267. ——— Gwyddelfynydd (Merioneth); Referred, lxi. 111. Petition again read ; Subscribers-only content

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