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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Public services

    p. 159. S.R.O. 119/10, M. O.H. Rep., Dawley U.S.D., 1896; cf. S.R.O. 1242, box 2, corresp. re pollution of Horse Leasow pond. Oakengates and Dawley Joint Water Bd. Act, 1904, 4 Edw. VII , c. 238 (Local); cf. S.R.O. 3129/16

    Dawley Social and cultural activities

    schemes to provide recreation grounds by using the unemployed were put into effect between the World Wars. Part of Horse Leasow , a site levelled in 1927 , was used as a children's playground, 72 and a pit mound at

    Parishes Grafton Flyford

    , a former rector, founded by will dated in 1719 , consisting of 7 a. 2 r. known as Bookey's Leasow , held for the residue of a term of 2,000 years. The Charity Estates, the original endowments of which

    Parishes Mamble

    Bewdley , is partly in this parish and partly in Bayton (q.v.). There are two collieries, Mamble Colliery and Buckets Leasow Colliery. The substratum abounds with coal of good quality. 4 The east of the parish is between 600 ft.

    Parishes Hill Croome

    1771. 3 Among former place-names in this parish were Mylles or Myboards and Golds or Goldwynes 4 (xvi cent.); Cow Leasow , Nuns Close, Cooks Close, Fryer's Acre, the Eleven Lands, the Fiddle 5 (xviii cent.). MANORS A grant of

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants etc., April 1696, 15 April 1696-15 April 1696

    in the like tenure; and the parcels of meadow or pasture called New Leasow of 78 acres heretofore in the tenure of Thomas Hore, and New Leasow adjoining and heretofore belonging thereto, being 21 acres and heretofore in the tenure

    Index of persons and Places, T

    manor of, 350; Beaconsfields, Beares Close, Coleway Hills, Cotman Mead, Farm House, Great Poole, Grove Ashe Farm, Lodgfeild, Nastfeilds, New Leasow, Oxon Hayes, Parsons Meadow, Preists Lands, Upper Coppice, Woolcome Coppice in, 350. -, Little, co. Oxford, 350. Thacker. See

    Entry Book, June 1687, 1-10, 01 June 1687-10 June 1687

    lease from William Leveson Gower, esq., at 90 l. per an .: (10) all the coalworks in lands called Frizars Leasow, Ketleywood and Podmoores Wood in the parish of Wellington, which Charlton holds by lease from said Gower at 20

    Entry Book, December 1687, 16-20, 16 December 1687-20 December 1687

    Witherly [Witterley in the manor of Knucklas ] , Killg arthy [a close called Skillagarth, near Knucklas ] , Bradowes, Leasow, Pigmarket Close and a small piece [of land ] beyond it [in Knighton ] , four little pieces [of

    Index, J, K

    Radnor), borough, 1832; manor, 1688, 1699; tolls, lease of, 1553, 1605, 1683, 1687 8, 1698 9, 1700; lands of (Bradowes, Leasow, Pigmarket Close, Jenkin Hales, alias Segenhales, Skillagarth, the Frith or Frith Coppice, or Frith Wood, Combigilla, Witterley), 1553, 1683,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : I .,,, 10201 L I 4 .-F urloug, CLOVER ................. - ...... .,,. 4 0 0 1 of .-COle Leasow CRASS, with Aftermath till Chirirtmas -. 15 0 0 the 6.- .-iplandls . -GUiS, coith Aftermsath till Christms -..'.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H:UNTING AFPOINTMENTS. ALIGIIUToN (at 10.45).-This day, November7, Covan Vilage TIh rsday, 9, Dud -aston; Saturday, 11 (Instead of Apley), Blie *A'riewaToNls (at 11).-Wednesday, November 8, Gopsal; Fri. day, 10, Browasover; Saturday, 11 Arbury. BEAUrOrs s DuKs or (at I1)- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Limited), known as the Crookhay Colliery, the Mitlpool Colliery, the Mill-. d fields Colliery, theMlonway Field Colliery, the Furness l Leasow Colliery, and the Cow Pasture Colliery; the oCrown . Meadow or Eagle Colliery, of Messrs. R. Mason and Sons; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the close. btraw te be consumed. Lot 31-A. OR. Or. of fine Growing WHEAT, now standing in the Crabtrde Leasow.' Straw to go off. Lot4 -SA. 2R. 140. of fine Growinlg WHEAT, now otanding onthe Rein,. Straw to go Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vnblicc Amagenetsto. THEATRE ROYAL, BitRMINGHEA51 UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. U. H. SIMPSON. "pTiIS EVEN ING (Tuesday), October 13, 1863, . to cormmence with "THE TIOKRT.OF.LEAVZ MAN." To bo followed by A GRAND BALLEDi' DIVERTISSEMENT! And concludeo with "SLASHER, Subscribers-only content

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