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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Stretton CHURCH STRETTON c. 1840

    mid 20th century, when E. W. Minton Beddoes lived there, it was called Minton House , Minton House in the village being renamed the Well House ; 88 the houses resumed their former names, Minton House c . 1955 and

    Stoke-upon-Trent Local government, economic history and social life

    and at Brick Kiln Lane. 306 Minton 's works also was producing tiles by this time, and in 1845 the tile department became a separate business as Minton , Hollins and Company (now Minton , Hollins Ltd.), with a works

    Munslow Hundred

    316; iii. 6, 9. Cf. maps ibid. ii. 24; iii. 8. Consisting of Acton Scott and Alcaston ; Chelmick ; Minton ; Wistanstow , Strefford , Whittingslow , and Woolston ; and Cheney Longville . V.C.H. Salop . iii. 43.

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Church

    one. The church was restored in 1869 , when the walls and roofs were repaired, the chancel was floored with Minton tiles, the altar being built up on two steps, the pews were renewed, and the doors replaced; the architect

    Over Stowey Manors and other estates

    by Henry Clutton for Lord Taunton as a home dairy house for Quantock Lodge . The octagonal dairy had a Minton tile floor and double roof to ensure coolness. 59 The earl of Egmont (d. 1770) and his son acquired

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    95 S Evan Griffiths, et 95 9 Margaret Ann Williams, eto 95 10 James Minton, eto 95 11 William John Owens, eto 95 12 John Minton, eto ,, 13 Dan Lewis, eto 95 14 John Lloyd, Siloh, Victoria 9?s 16 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgrifcnydd gan Mri. . Lloyd ac E. 0. Davies yn drysorydd. Cawsom an- erohiadau gan Mri. Lloyd, Evans, Aggex, a Minton, ao unawdau gao Miss M. Aggex a Mri Morris Jones a B. Griffiths. 'Melus moes etc.' LerpwIE Cyngerdd BlynydOdol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFICES, tc. . ExTRAOPDrTVARY SUIC9IDE, AND MORE EXTRAORpINSAltY PAR-, B!srniwv-An Inquiisitiou was tikal at Walworth on tile body of a fine young lady, who came to her death in the follo-wing *nan- ner:-The deceased, a person -of accomplishrnants, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greene, who retires on half-pay of the 54th Foot. 6th Fnoot-Lieut R. dM. Beehee, to be Capt. by purchase, vice Minton, who retires' Ensirn J E. Robertson,to be Lieot. by purchase, vice Beebee; T. Bisbttoa, Gent. to be Ensign, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a serious cha. racter, and eventually Mr Minton, who, however, is stated to have been partial to Oxford, discharged him. Sutise- qiientiy he was in great distress, and was occasionally eniployed by Mr Minton; and i-azleaood leaving Mr Minton's service, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MASON, Robert I (by 1527-91), of Ludlow, Salop.

    unconnected with the council. The known genealogical facts are equally inconclusive. The relevant section of the pedigree of Mason of Minton and of Diddlebury, near Ludlow, gives their recent descent from a London merchant, while their relatives by marriage, the

    MASON, Robert (by 1527-91), of Ludlow, Salop.

    in the marches of Wales 1567-9. Biography Robert Mason came from a cadet branch of a gentle family settled at Minton in south Shropshire. His grandfather had made his career as a merchant in London, but Mason seems to have

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1813, 10 February 1813

    George Hill and Thomas Haward Bennett are Defendants: In the Second, Thomas Siffell is Plaintiff, and David Richards and Samuel Minton are De¬ fendants : In the Third, John Hodfon is Plaintiff, and George Round Defendant: And in the laft, Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1830, 9 March 1830

    you go to then ?" " To Minton ; the Residence of Lady Ellenborough's " Aunt." " What is her Name ?" « Mrs. Digby" u About the Time of your arriving at Minton, did you " observe whether Lady Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1834, 2 May 1834

    know Two Persons of the Names of Minton " and Loveday ?" « I do." ci Did you draw any Checks in favor of them ?" " I believe I did." " George Minton, 31/. ?" " Yes j he Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1834, 22 May 1834

    in getting up ?" " Yes ; they tried to keep us away." " In consequence of this was this Minton much squeezed ?" " Yes ; he was a small Man and very poorly, a little consumptive; but he Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1834, 30 May 1834

    Did you ask Minton to do so ?" " I do not believe 1 did so, for Minton and me were " never good Friends." " Can you undertake to swear that you did not desire " Minton to carry Subscribers-only content


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