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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Franciscan friars of Lichfield

    hays of Alrewas , Bentley , and Hopwas in Cannock Forest, 5 but he raised the contribution from Alrewas to twenty when the friars informed him that there was no timber in Hopwas Hay suitable for building their ch urch.

    Economic and Social History Medieval Industry and Trade

    the 14th century. 65 In c . 1390 a Thomas de Birmingham is mentioned as a cloth-merchant, 66 and Henry Hopwas , late of Birmingham , woolman, in 1475 . 67 Similar evidence has not been found for the 15th

    House of secular canons - Lichfield cathedral To the Reformation

    he gave timber from Ogley Hay for ladders 228 and in 1235 and 1238 permission to use a quarry in Hopwas Hay which had already provided stone for the cathedral. 229 At least one of the transepts was evidently completed

    The borough of Sutton Coldfield NEW HALL SUTTON COLDFIELD

    most part by the main Birmingham-Lichfield road . To the west are extensive deposits of Bunter Pebble Beds and underlying Hopwas Breccia, which give rise to the open moorland country of Sutton Park . To the east the principal rock

    Index A-J

    , minister, see Stanford (P.T.) Hope St . Sch. , and see schools Hopkins , Jos., Satchell, n ; Wm., Hopwas , Hen., Horse Close , Horse Fair (fmly. Brick Kiln La. ) , Horsfall , Jas., - (fl. 1891),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. & E. Hughes Manchester, cotton-spinners. [Johnson & Weatherall, Temple. T. Underwood. flristol, .skin-dresser. [Adlington & Co. Bedford-row. W. Gadesby, Hopwas, Staffordsh. victualler. [Hammond, Furnival's-inn. W. Johnson. Manchester, innkeeper. [Appleby and Charnock, Gray's-inn. W. Crostonjun. Toxteth Park, painter. [Blackstock & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also his, but not quite so good. Mr. Pickering's " On a Voyage of Discovery" (118) ; Mr. May's " Hopwas Wood" (141); Ar. Robertson's " Winter " (444); and one more sea- piece, Mr. Percy Macquoid's "Waves" (873), all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    discussed at a future meeting. T&M WORTH. DROWNED IN THE CANAL.-MIr. Hooper, coroner, held an inquest at the Chequers Inn, Hopwas, yesterday, on thie . body of Samuel Smith, who was found drowned in thu canal. The deceased, who was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and was a sober ma: On Monday evening he left the barracks and wve-nt tW t11 Red iou Inn, at Hopwas. He was thcre last s -t at eight o'clock, having at that time lcs. or i1-. t his possession. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the' outside parishes, in support of which he remarked that Hopwas cost the vicar £105. a year, whilst Glascote cost :62. and Aming- ton to'15. a year. Neither Hopwas nor Am-ngon con- tributed anything towards the curates fund; whilst Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    Dyer's MSS, and some of the Wilncote seals achevron) gules between 3 horseshoes sa. — (Visit- Staff. 1583J 16. Hopwasoi Hopwas . Ermine , on a hend. ...3 plates — (Seal 39 Edw. III . allowed to Ensor 1583 ) Subscribers-only content

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