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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Lapley

    after his son's death Earl Alfgar gave to St. Remy four estates in Staffordshire - Lapley , Hamstall Ridware , Meaford , and a hide at Marston in Church Eaton - and one in Shropshire - Silvington - for the

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Stone

    was allowed to acquire 10 messuages in Stone 81 and in 1335 a messuage, land, and rent in Fulford and Meaford worth 26 s . 2 d . 82 The last acquisition under the licence was in 1402 when the

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Trentham

    Blurton , Cocknage, Hanchurch , Newstead (in Trentham ), Longton , Chorlton (in Eccleshall ), Clayton Griffith , Whitmore , Meaford (in Stone ), Newcastle , Seabridge (in Stoke ), Elkstone , Fenny Compton , Bradbourne , and Gaddesby ;

    The county borough since 1910 STOKE-on-TRENT BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    of the sewage disposal of the district was carried a stage further, and sewage effluent was made available to the Meaford Electricity Power Station , two miles south of Strongford. 79 By 1951 the extension had been completed and the


    Mayer (J.) and Sons ( Hanley ) Ltd., meat salesmen, 153 Mayott , Jas., 250 n Mayson , Jatty, 54 Meaford Power Sta. , 264 Meakin , Alfred, 101 n ; Geo., 172; Jas., 233, 240 n ; fam., 172,

  • * British History Online *

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    esq. Benedict Ithell esq. William Jennens esq. Samuel Ibbotson of Denton esq. Haughton James of Jamaica esq. Swynsen Jervise of Meaford in Staffordshire esq. John Jollyff esq. Theodore Jacobson esq. C. A. V. Johnn, envoy extraordinary from the king of

    British History Online

    Berry-hill, Thomas Cornwallis of Ettinsals, William Bagot, Thomas Andrews, William Jolley, Daniel Watson, Edward Ashenhurst, Esquires; Master Edward Short of Meaford, Master Henry Wilson of Gayton, Sir John Wyrley, Thomas Whitgrave, Master Young of Charns, Francis Eld, Francis Cumberford, Esquires,

    Index of names and places, M

    308, 468, 476, 665, 674, 1070, 1079, 1370, 1378. William, ii. 1373. Captain William, ii. 1294. Meadley . See Methley. Meaford , co. Stafford, ii. 673. Meal , Peter, i. 543. Mealmouth . See Melmouth. Mear : John, i. 546.

    Index of names and places, S

    Benfleet , co. Essex. ii. 260. Shobdon (Shobden), co. Hereford, manor of, ii. 543. Short : Edward, ii. 1078. of Meaford, ii. 673. Captain Edward, ii. 1437. Samuel, i. 113, 231, 1238; ii. 37. William, i. 961, 1087; ii. 270.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gatherers for the tax-payers.-Traveller. lThomas Swinnerton,'Esq. of Butterton, Thomas Lister, Esq. of Armitarge Park, and Edward Jervis Hickettg, Erq. of Meaford, heir presumptive to Earl St. Vincent, have addressed a circular letter to tire Noblemen and Gen- tlernen of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New York, Captain Granby Caliraft-On the 6th inst., aged 90, Mrs Lea, of the Lakes, nearKidderminster-On the 31st ult., at Meaford, Staffordshire, the Viscountess St Vincent-On the 26th nlt., at Pittenweem, the Bight Rev. D. Low, D.D., formerly Bishop of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Toronto, Vice-Presidelt, W. H. Rowland, Esq., Tomonto. Aldermon T. Turner, Toronta. }t. L. Hime, Etc., Toronto. liegtt Crisahsm, Egq., Meaford. J. itorke, Esq., Clarksburg. ,ANKE RS. The lsank of Commerce, Toronto. MIessrs Grant Brothewrs aid Cs., Lomnbod street, Lr3ndon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    builder. at, Jouse FoRsYTH, Main Street, Keswiclk, Cumberland, draper. On ALoEtscNes W. Rooal, Woodside, Lymington, gentleman. Id- TourA6 VWRIGHT, SDulrd}ow Meaford, near Stone, Stafford. to shire, out of businese. ell WIcL.LAse KITcroING and FRANK Kitriny, Northumberland Street, Hudderelleld, woollen and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BaR.ECH OF' WARnnAn'r.-At yesterday's County Court -before his Honour Judge Jordan-Edward Woolridge, butcher, Great Fenton, sued J. T. Warrilow, farmer, Meaford, Stone, for £3. 10s. damages for breach of f warranty in the sale of a horse. Mr. Holtom appeared Subscribers-only content

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