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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Penkridge Economic history, churches, schools and charities

    s . 11/2 d . Children were drawn from Calf Heath , Spread Eagle , Rodbaston and Rodbaston Lock , Micklewood , Gravelly Way , and Fullmoor ('Fomer'), and from Crateford and Somerford in Brewood parish, as well as from


    7, 36, 54, 59, 63 Meverell , Lewis , 157; Mary, m. John Chetwynd , 157; Nich., 157; Thos., 157 Micklewood , see Penkridge Mid- Cannock Colliery , 62 Midland Tar Distillers , 20, 106, 113 Milcote (Warws.), 109 Milford

    Index K-Z

    Longford (in Moreton Say ), Fordhall fm., Longleat (in Horningsham , Wilts .), Longnor , n, and see Lege ; Micklewood Lonsdale, A. P. , see Heywood-Lonsdale Loppington , Loton (in Alberbury ), Loton Hall, Pk., and est., Loughton (in

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 January 1772-31 December 1775

    Sir Robert Lient.-Col., 32nd Regt Mr., author of "Checks on the Vindication of the Minutes," Thomas Flint , Robert, of Micklewood, change of name Flood , Henry, appointment desire to have a seat at the Council Board in Great Britain Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (2 m. 4). Michelond . See Muchland. Michmuich , Gerald, clk., p. 1525. Micklethwaite , Yorks, 438 (2 m. 23). Micklewood (Mikelwode) chace, in Berkeley lordship, Glouc., g. 381 (84), 447 (27). Micklow (Myklow, Mockelowe, Mikkelowe, Muklowe, Myclowe Mikelow), John,

    Index - K-Z, 15 August 1651-16 March 1660

    State, 30 Dec.-State of his Case reported; Order for restoring a Ship and Lading without Seizure and Confiscation, 9 Jan. Micklewood , John, 1652, Petition read; Order for discharging him of his Fine and Imprisonment; Speaker to issue Warrant for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the 'Plymouth Journal,' of which the defendant was the publisher; it turned out, however, from the evidence of Mr Micklewood, a Dis- senting preacher and the author of the article in question, that the libel was meant to apply Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wgs6s.-Address, 486. Dail c's. 647- TiAN eanted, to Cut-out Paper Bags: aleo a La'l1, as JImprover and cxperience, to Edinund Micklewood, Whelesale Statinner, ](interbury Street, Plyniouth, _____ _______ 565 iAIwell uip irs Oils rand Collours, with 'some knowledlge oflron. Al". Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ten per cent. at lay SELBv.-In our Selby news last week, Mr. J. W. Ar. Bonham and Mr. Edward Micklewood are styled " Lotter- ics' day saints." We have this week, however, been autho- Saj on ritatively informed that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miller. e Mar 2 J. Arlies, Plymouth. carrier. ti - 2 A. S. Parker, Plymouth, draper. - 2 Jewitt and Micklewood, Plymouth, stationers. le - 2 F. R. Davies, Plymouth auctioneer. - 3 J. Vayro, Itipon. linen draper. tV - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the time at wthibl itswasutserted; tht He ~re itwa. Inserted withos"Joiknowledge; tbat'the sul~kor el fA me was tbl Rew, ]Kr. Micklewood. a clergyman, in Flyreuh re~ W0ho hsad biasis I the Iimbit of funihigunxcpIo..ble hi, alficlies to the jpAI-rv and Subscribers-only content

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