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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lilleshall Growth of settlement 17th- Century Lilleshall

    working part-time on the nearby home grange. Honnington declined between 1539 and 1717 , perhaps because of the trend away from arable towards livestock; 74 the home grange needed fewer workers. By 1717 Honnington comprised merely one large farm and

    Lilleshall Local government

    century the manor's little court was apparently held every four weeks and heard separate groups of presentments for Lilleshall , Honnington , Muxton , and Donnington . The manorial officers included two constables, two aletasters, and a bailiff, parker, and

    Lilleshall Economic history

    large scale at Honnington Grange and fruit at Lubstree Park . 99 The tradition of efficient farming established under the Leveson-Gowers was maintained in the 20th century. 1 For example in 1979 Donnington far m and Honnington Grange were being

    Lilleshall

    drift-covered belt stretching from north-east to south-west between the less attractive areas 77 and including the villages of Lilleshall , Honnington , Muxton , and Donnington . Within the central belt, at its north-eastern end, a long outcrop of bare

    Lilleshall Communications

    Manor Lane . 6 Between 1804 and 1813 the Lilleshall part was re-aligned to begin on the Wellington-Newport road at Honnington and run south of the Grange and abbey to Hilton . 7 It was turnpiked in 1823 8 and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAWKES, Richard (by 1474-1532), of London.

    in Kentish Town and in 1531 he acquired a manor or capital messuage in Edmonton. He also bought lands at Honnington, Shropshire, in 1529 and Egleton, Herefordshire, about 1530.[footnote]Hawkes’s own standing in Middlesex would scarcely have sufficed to procure his

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Chitterne, 14/1/1593

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 77455 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Chitterne Forename John Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 14/1/1593 Office/Status Stipendiary Location Honnington// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/53 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Coventry T. P. Lichfield, 9/10/1810

    Coventry T. P. Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 9/10/1810 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Honnington// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, B716.093-BA2648 parcel 12a (Register 1781-182 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cornewall, Ffoliot Herbert Walker/Worcester 1808-

    Thomas Brownent, 22/11/1643

    Brownent Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 22/11/1643 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Honnington// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 716.093-BA.2648(ii) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Prideaux, John/Worcester 1641- 1650 Comment Barlowe was instituted

    William Price, 9/10/1810

    Price Forename William Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 9/10/1810 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Honnington// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, B716.093-BA2648 parcel 12a (Register 1781-182 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cornewall, Ffoliot Herbert Walker/Worcester 1808-

    Richardus Barlowe, 22/11/1643

    Barlowe Forename Richardus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 22/11/1643 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Honnington// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRO, b 716.093-BA.2648(ii) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Prideaux, John/Worcester 1641- 1650 Comment Barlowe was instituted

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IC1 -Lagie~ Prmosst..0( Outblse for Ni at9okBr tro t ±iqe$ aji3 ~ LAS u~ne5 rmiretole, i ltoelv QU1 ItL~~ ~~re with gattic n i~e; il'dyItens tn CDAI ~ Sho trLe. eela, ait foJ~~tr street. (15t or fancy trad4e.- si Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eleten. This day. Feb. 2.... Loynton HaL Thursday ...... - 4 SBtewponey. Saturday - 6. Ptshull. Tuesday . .....- 9 Honnington, near Hqgley. Thursdsy .....,,,,,. Chllingtou. Saturday - 13 ...,.Apley Park. 1 THE HEBEFORDStaTIRE HOUNDS.-At hlalf-past TX, ThiE day . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday. -24 . The Kennels. TILE ALBIIIGIITON HOUNDS.-At. hsfrstt Tes. Tuesday . Dec. 21 ...,... Himley. Thursday ... -23 1. Honnington, near Haley. Friday.. 24 . , ,,, Castle Hill. Tuesday ...... -P 2 .. , Ruck:ey Grange. Thursday - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cent. He reserved his judgment.- HZirle: v. Parsons. This was.an action brought by Wit lai Henry Hingloy, a farmer, at Honnington, to recover £10., the value of a pig. Mr. Homfray was for plaintiff, and Mr. Wright, of u1aleep wen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £:2.;~ 1. P. Wimt, Le~'Lamlegt~on, -£2. 2s. *Mr. Thomas Holme (prMr B.'B Payn), Smithfield, £22. 2s. ;The Rev. Her iTws'n, 'Honnington Hell, *Trio COUNRiyi !nD'Ho HAeil vosuxWhatffVoridifficultlies the farmers hadl *toencountersee these assuredly were great,in, the hay harvest,'his trials have Subscribers-only content

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