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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Ludford ( St Giles )

    be paid to the six inmates of the almshouse in 1554 , when she settled property in Corve Street and Linney on the bailiffs of Ludlow as an endowment for an obit in Ludlow church. 14 The bailiffs paid 3

    Public Education King Edward VI Elementary Schools

    ) William Taylor ( 1784-91 ) James Linney (sen.), Hill St ., 6, Lionel St ., 120, Great Charles St ., 11, Back 1, Camden St., 32, Newhall St. ( 1791-1825 ) James Linney (jun.), 136, Great Charles St .

    Religious Guild Ludlow , Palmers ' Guild

    By 1351 the guild possessed 38 tenements and 14 shops, in addition to 112 rent-charges and a fulling mill in Linney . 45 The net income from rents was £24 in 1345 46 and about £31 in 1365 , when

    Townships Spotland

    13, m. 233; 19, m. 92. In 1566 he purchased land from Richard Linney and Katherine his wife ; ibid, bdle. 28, m. 269. ( Richard Linney had in 1564 purchased lands, & c., in Spotiand and Hundersfield from Lawrence

    Willesden Manors

    John White , who lived at Park Hall (Derb.) and renewed the lease in 1834 and 1842. 5 Capt. Thomas Linney White, described as John White's wife's son, inherited the lease in 1866 , when he sold it to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five more Chartists have been apprehended. They are the Rev. W. 0. Jackson, a very fiery personage indeed, Messrs Jos. Linney, George Henry Smith, Wm. Tillman (Secretary to the Radical Association), and Michael Doyle. They were apprehended by the borough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Etheridge -W. A H-lubert and T. Holland, Cannock, Staffordshire. apothecaries-W. and H. Hopper, Gateshead, Durham, smiths-J. Rushy and 1. Linney, Glossop, Derbyshire, cotton spinners-T. W. Spooner and R. S. Johnson, New road, Whitechapel, linen drapers-R. and R. Parry, Golden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one for 10 days. Eight have been sentenced to various terms of imprisonment without hard labour, and among these are Linney and Cappur, the Chartist agitators, the former of whom will have to remain in prison two years and three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but at the eleventh hour Mr Wattoe. the other candidate, had withdrawvn. ici-ldlet.-On Wednesday Air Benbow was elected, his tittotiodt Linney, a Chartist, declining to go to tite poll. Lartttosth/.-Mr Moffatt, the former Liberal member, re-elected. E-cer.-Mr Divett and Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhoea were 70. Two cases are reported of children who died, one of diarrhoea, another of hydrocephalus, at No. 3 Linney court, Museum street, where the back of the house has no windows, and the smell from drains and other Subscribers-only content


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