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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Streethay with Fulfen STREETHAY WITH FULFEN 1986

    1723 sold it to Thomas Capenhurst of Haunton in Clifton Campville . Capenhurst was living at Bexmore in 1735 , when he sold his estate there to Hugh Annerley , also of Haunton . In 1790 Annerley's son Hugh owned

    Index A - K

    146 Clifford : John (d. 1805), 174 John (fl. 1818-44 ), 174 Thos., 155 Clifton Campville , see Harlaston ; Haunton Clinton : Eliz. de, w. of John, Baron Clinton , 241 Rog. de, bp. of Chester , 9-10, 39,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H, I

    Paul, skinner, of London, 1194. Hauden , Thomas, 789. Haugh , Joan widow of John 444, 446. Haunce. See Haynes. Haunton , Hawnton [in Clifton Canville parish, co. Stafford ] , manor, 1230. Haute , Richard, knight, 618. -, Thomas, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manufacturer. [Willis and Co., Tokenhouse yard. J. Twist, Rhyddlan, Flint-shire, timber merchant. [Blackstock and Bunco, Son- jeant's inn. E. Mosasley, Haunton, Stafford, maltoter. [Brittlebank, Ashborne, Derbyshire. fT. Mhorrsn, booby, draper. [Walussley and Co., Chancery lane. B. H. Bullock, Bath, wine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the exe- cution of their duty, and fined defendant £1. and costs, or a month. MiLas ADULTERATION.-Adam Simpson, farmer, of Haunton, near Tamworts, was summoned for selling milk containing 13 per cent. of water to John Holt4 milkman, of Birmingham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with Hansacre, 1; Bromley Regis, 1; Bromley Hayes, 1; Burntwood, Ediel, snd Woodhouses, 2; Canwell, 1; Clifton Camp. villa and Haunton, 1; Colton, 1; Ourborough and Elm- burst, 1; Drayton Bassett, 1; Edingade, 1; Blford, 1; Farewell and Chorley, 1; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Brocridge Common, THE ATHERSTONE HOUNDS-At Bleven. This day .... Deo, 21 .. .Newbold Gate, Wednesday..,, 23 . , ,, Haunton. Thursday.... 24 Cotgn House. Seturdy... ,, 26 . Bars Hall. THE CHESHIRE HOUNDS-At a quarter to levem, This day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a Joinier. Sa~r, ande Whoewtight. A, roomy louse and two Gardendaore lot with it.-For Wrong. &o., addreno, G. It., Haunton, Tamiwortb, oil5' CH' AiU ~ TA V L N, oland Rtreet. Loam iultoeten, years. C xil nl £1,Jn-eniing 4100.-Apply. Subscribers-only content

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