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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cannock Churches, schools and charities

    Hednesford ; Cath. Dir . ( 1928 ; 1951). Ex inf. the parish priest, Hednesford . Cath. Dir . ( 1914 , and later edns. to 1922). Ex inf. the parish priest, Hednesford . Ex inf. the parish priest,

    Cannock Manors and economic history CANNOCK

    1817 the Hednesford district was already being used for the training of race-horses, 66 as it still is, 67 and by 1834 about 100 horses were trained during a season on the Hednesford Hills . 68 In 1839 Hednesford was

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Radmore

    possession of Radmore as 'the site and foundation of the abbey' with Melesho and Wyrley 'for cultivation and pasture' and Hednesford (in Cannock ) as pasture free from pannage dues. In the same year he granted most of the royal

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Stoneleigh

    first abbot. Henry, duke of Normandy , not only confirmed to them Radmore with Mellesho and Wyrley for tillage and Hednesford for pasture and pannage, with liberty to build a church and a suitable conventual house, but also gave them

    Walsall Wood Introduction WALSALL WOOD c. 1974

    presu mably followed the line of the present Spring Road and Stubbers Green Road . The road from Aldridge to Hednesford in Cannock via Walsall Wood is mentioned in the early 18th century, passing through the area apparently along the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en can, a thrwy hyny m ae 11,000 o ddygion heb waith. Lladdvwyd tri 9 bersonau mewn gwaith glo yn Hednesford drwyfire-damp, ac ofnir am fywydan am. ryw eraill a weithient yno. Ciciwyd halvmer o'r enw Tugby gan ddyn arall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square, neos' Gloucester. At Hgglscos, Liceterhir, MrT. rimlyaged 94. Neear LaugthagreCatrartheoshire, Darid John, aged 100. He could read his At Hednesford, Mms Mary Fletcher, in her 100th year. In her 95th year, Harriet, relictof . Goodwin, Esq. of Studham Lodge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week a fearful inin- dation visited this town. Rugeley is situated near Can- nock Chace, and to the north ot Hednesford, in which neighbourhoods are several pools of water used for the working of various mills. In the afternoon of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brunswick square, licensed victuailer. [Messrs Janson, Cobb, and Pearson, Basinghall street.-J, W. Pi-ice, Wolverhamnptonl, commission agent. [Mr Smith, Tipton.-_W. Shirley, Hednesford, Staffordshire, livery stablekeeper. [.lesqrs Corser and Un deilhill, Wolverhamptofl.-J. Taylor, Kinsgwinford, Stofford.hire, licensed victoaller. [Mr ldomfray, Hales (;w,.n.-S. S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    underlie thewholeof the lands, intersected by measures of ironstone, to which at present no impor- tmince must be attached. At Hednesford, there are 10 workable seams of oral, of a total thickness of nearly 60 feet; at West Cannock there Subscribers-only content


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