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You searched for: Place: Knutton, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newcastle-under-Lyme Schools and charities

    to Knutton C.S. School in 1932 . Enlarged 1878 and 1895. Since 1949 used two classrooms at Knutton C.S.M. School, and since 1947 a Y.M.C.A. hut. Knutton C.P. School, 80 High St ., Knutton 1914 Took infants from Knutton Temporary

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Local government and public services

    Beazley House, Crackley Bank), at Silverdale on the extreme western boundary of the borough, and at Knutton on the land once occupied by Knutton farm and in the area to the north of the main street. Smaller housing schemes have

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Parliamentary representation

    parish of Stoke-upon-Trent as was surrounded partly by the boundary of the old borough and partly by the boundary of Knutton township, i.e. the detached portion of Stoke which lay in the Pool Dam area. In 1885 the parliamentary borough

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Buildings and castle

    entrusted to a group of serjeants, originally described as the king's sokemen, whose service was secured upon lands in (i) Knutton with Dimsdale , Hanchurch , Clayton , Hanford , and Whitmore , (ii) Hanley , (iii) Longton , (iv)

    Parishes Clayton

    ff. 174 a -177 b ; see p. 184. S.H.C . 1911, 123. In 1212 Ralph de Knutton held lands in Clayton , Knutton and elsewhere as a royal sokeman by ancient right ( Bk. of Fees , 143), but

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dock, ex rrs xSudellviolr, ' o'" ' fr 2427 'Worki OLTES)DON. -Wantd, aBolterdowu, 8or-inch null.- !RI edppyUg Cornwell, O1ak Cottages, Knutton, Newcasotle- 3 in' aUnder-Lvsne. ' .- -cR126 25 0525 loner OKBlDiS...'U3tra Forwarder Wanted' Wemsnny o T 1144o sedqucr' 1Ades Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broad Street, Birmingham, cia M lP cy 1 OLLTURNIIBR (Jotursteyman). An experisnced Men, wall UsP . in sectional work.-F. Harrington, Knutton Ironworks, Noe- Ai _ castle, Str eoidshire. cir48 Y SALESWOMAN.-Wante., young Lady; good address-APy, Ba . P . A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    requIred.-Apply, S Waril, 227, Broand Street, Itirmicitham. aa014 a: OLIA'ujINERS iJourneanan.An experienced Man, well 'up- XI, in eactlonul worln-1l. =7langton, Knutton IrOnwarkea, Now- I castle, Staffordsahire, 151 ALRA8EWOMAlitN,~-Wanted, ~yopng Lady; Igood addroseeApIy SIZ If. A..0lall, 72, 2New nSbreet, . p Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loans of Old ary.-Apply,1). 42, c i7 _ ____DailyO'oat. c1707 A( lit 1.1 AY.-25 tons of pr-ine old Hsy.-Aetsr BirlIts, Knutton, New-. ott .-l castle, Stuff, , - I ciqh _ 1 7&mEANc~ tIE.- btthe eso odrsor Mhantire for Sale. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sneyd their regret at his decision, and 1 stating that they bad exerted themselves to the utmost to a induce Knutton ratepayers to join in the cemetery scheme, but without avail. The Board is nosy turning its atten- tion to Subscribers-only content

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