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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horninglow Charities for the poor

    Horninglow Charities for the poor Charities for the poor The poor of Horninglow were presumably eligible to benefit from charities established for Burton parish and were specifically named in that of Mrs. Almond . 3 Above, Burton , charities.

    Horninglow Local government

    Horninglow Local government Local government Manor Horninglow was a tithing in Burton manor by the late 13th century, and in the 14th century it sent four frankpledges to the twice-yearly view. There were only two frankpledges in the later 16th

    Outer Burton Introduction

    except that the history of that part of Horninglow added to the urban core of Burton in 1853 is treated in the main article on Burton . A further part of Horninglow was added to Burton municipal borough in 1878

    Horninglow Manor

    Horninglow Manor Manor An estate called Wetmore , covering the whole of Horninglow township, was allegedly acquired by Burton abbey from King Aethelred in 1012 . Although the charter which records the grant is spurious, it gives the estate as

    Burton-upon-Trent Administrative areas

    Extra and Horninglow became wards in the enlarged town of Burton in 1853 , and in the late 1870s the total acreage of the three wards was 1,510 a.: Burton (563 a.), Burton Extra (671 a.), and Horninglow (276 a.).

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    licence requested for, licences to, licence to, mentioned house of, Exeter, licence requested for, licence to or Forde, Thomas, of Horninglow, Staffordshire, Presbyterian, licence requested for, licence to Foreign Affairs , the committee for Forly , John, house of, Totnes, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    letters of letter to, mentioned Margaret, house of, Wigan, licence to Sir Richard, letter of Richard, manslaughter of Thomas, of Horninglow, Staffordshire, Presbyterian, receipt for licence to Thomas, house of, Pensford, Somerset, licence requested for, licences to , master of Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 32, March 1-19, 1661, 01 March 1661-19 March 1661

    The Same to her brother, Nicholas Stones. Private affairs. March 19. London. 139. Henry Toone to his brother William Toone, Horninglow, near Burton, Staffordshire. Reports the City election. All the members are against lawn sleeves and formal worship. Some ministers Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Herne Hill. Harnesey , Midd. See Hornsey. Harness , ii. g. 476 (94). Harnie. See Harvey. Harnynglow , Staff. See Horninglow. Harper , Alice, ii. g. 200 (50). -, Anne, ii. g. 200 (50). -, George, i. g. 1383 (18).

    General Index, S, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    where buildings were licensed or requested to be licensed for Nonconformist services, or where Nonconformist ministers resided: Burton-on-Trent, Darleston, Ecclesall, Horninglow, Lichfield, Longdon, Rowley, Sedgley, Stafford, Stoke, Tamworth, Walsall Stage coaches , petition against Staggins , Nicholas, musician to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    separate estates of Thomas Jones, Edward Gridla Jones, John Kenyon Jones, and James Griffin Jones WSLLTA31 SPaRRow, 23, Parker Street, Horninglow, Burton-on. Treat, Staffordshire, grorer end joiner. TaoMAs Wsiont, Bull Ring, Sedgley, Stafrordshire, In Ildgings, late a publican and greengrocer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    College, Cambridge; St. Martin's, Tipton. Seymour, Edward Adolphus W., B.A,, Balliol College, Ox. ford; Tamworth. Smith, Herbert Powell, B.A., Christ'sCollege,Cambridge; Horninglow, PRItESTS'. Alston, James Wardle, Liclifield Theological College ! Blakenhall Heath. Atkins, Walter, B.A., St. John's College, Cambridge;. Cannock. Cheshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. H. Dutton (Newcastle- under-Lyme, East), J. NV. Edge (Burslem, South), A. Elwell (Wednesbury, No. 2), S. Evershed, M2.P. (Burton-upon-Trent, Horninglow), G. Fox, (Lichfield), B. Gilpn (Cannock), C. I. Graham (Burton-upon- Trent, Stapenhill, and Winshil), J. L. Greenway (East Coseley), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burton. The MuncplOfcsc Committee recommended if lie purchase of a piece of land, thl with the buildings, standing thereon, in Horninglow Elj Street, opposit-e the present municipal buildings, for the hi purpose of providing asite for now offices, Council chain- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PsEsTON, sen., Stattesden, Shropshire, farmer, January 27 at 12, at Birmingham. Sol., Duko, Birmingham; off. assig., Whitmore, Birmingham. 'WVILLIA; CLiFF, Horninglow, Bhnrton-on-Trent, cooper, January 27 at 12, at Birningham. Sols., East and Parry, Birmingham; off, assig., Kinnear, Birminghan. JoSHm WVooDWARD, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TAYLOR, John II (by 1533-68), of Burton-upon-Trent, Staffs.

    in Derbyshire and Leicestershire, and Caldon chapel in Staffordshire; Taylor afterwards leased from Paget other Staffordshire properties at Burton and Horninglow. Between 1555-6 and 1557-8 Taylor appears as bailiff of several of Paget’s manors in Staffordshire, and in March 1559

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1771, 14 March 1771

    Praefes, Comes Suffolk, C.P.S, Dux Richmond. Dux Bolton. Dux y&fo/. Dux Bridgewater. Indemnity Bill. Barton upon Trent En- clofure Bill. Horninglow Enclofure Bill. Stapenhill Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Exeter. Sandwich. Rochford. Abercorn. Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1771, 15 March 1771

    Open Fields, Com- " mon Meadows, Stinted Paftures, Commons, and " Wafte Lands, in the feveral Hamlets of Stretton, " Horninglow, Bond-End, and Brarßon, within the " Parifh of Burton upon Trent, in the County of Staf- " ford." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1771, 18 March 1771

    Lords Commit- Horninglow tees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Ad for di- Enciofure " viding and enclofmg a certain Parcel of Common " and Wafte Ground, called the Outwoods, within " the Townfhip or Hamlet of Horninglow, in Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1771, 28 March 1771

    cc Open Fields, Common Meadows, Stinted Paftures, " Commons, and Walte Lands, in the feveral Ham- " lets of Stretton, Horninglow, Bond End, and Branßon, " within the Parifh of Burton upon Trent, in the County " of Stafford." " Subscribers-only content

    Contents of the Head

    729. Strenfall, P. XXVIL 696. 730. Stretton on the Fofs, P. XXXIIL in. 731. under Fofs, P. XXXIII. 112. 732. Horninglow, &c. P. XXXIII. 108. 733. Little, P. XXXII. 662. 734. Sudbroak, P. XXXIL 115. 735. " Sudcoates, XXIX. 415. Subscribers-only content

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