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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Onecote ONECOTE 1992

    grange at Mixon by 1237 , 55 on or near the site of Old Mixon Hay , where there is a small farmhouse of the 18th century or earlier. Hulton abbey was dissolved in 1538 , and Mixon was presumably

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Hulton

    his land at Bucknall and Normacot , meadow called 'Bukkeley', and in the north-east of the county the vill of Mixon and 'the vills and tenements' of Bradnop , Middle Cliff , Apesford , 'Ruhegh', and 'Mulnesley' with a pasture

    Selsey Parish Church of St Peter , Selsey 1864

    on the west side of the High Stree t is a long low building with walls of stone rubble ( Mixon Rock) with brick dressings and a thatched roof. It is probably of the early 17th century, lengthened to the

    Leek Bradnop BRADNOP 1992 The Ashenhurst Brass in St. Edward's Church, Leek

    of Whitchurch , granted what were styled the manors of Bradnop and Mixon to Henry de Audley . 20 In 1223 Henry de Audley gave Bradnop and Mixon to his newly founded abbey of Hulton. 21 He renewed the grant


    church, is a building about 80 ft. long facing north. It is of two stories and attics with walls of Mixon Rock rubble with angles of free stone ashlar and brick; a plinth has a brick top member. It dates

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    difioulty-but some *eopllcshO delay in the payment of certain election ;5e5nt5 Incurred during the recent contest in Birming. is,. hlr. Mixon s accounts are settled and done with, sd the totals were advertised by the returning officer ;,t week. But Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qlC u~tmd % JD0YAJ,, BIIOtXNGEIA3{. #iAQP'jt2 PANTC)MIME, J)p L TJ EtS it 1) WrflT UEL. T~A11J14)'TiMtN i-NtN St RY. ?A) IU( 'JiavOnnArCE EVERY Tff SRSI)AY. 1)11K 17RA4 lnC~t~~t0f.the Meg nol~u'AriIi'i0 c'.r 'oh eVOTt ilfft iii tills BL1UE' flgAwt n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . il.let rmghn oo LN MIOTEUMlS andi CO James Street, Liverpool.-Any information rOquored oneersalng &nde~f can be Obtained from Mir. Mixon. IL. Aa tfAAdelphl Lonadon Agient for th~e and~an bourn. Persons who held Bounty Tikets are to make irmmediate application. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of -035 with rights of carriage roa to ilnd. from 11encage Street and tle joNat usre of the Saddle HOWe, Mixon, and P-ivy near and 'ad oinaing thereto. Th 1t snoua'1 are yards or thereabouts, LoT 3.-AUl that PItBR betweeLDNGan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A~ndrew's Cusrels, 'Wolverhampton. INTIMIDATION BY AGRICULTURAL LABOITEIRS. 'At the Clare Petty Sessions for the county of Sufifolk, yesterday morning, Allen Mixon, Humphrey Holden, and George Rawlinson were charged, under the Conspiracy and Protection of Proporty Acti 5891, with unlawffully using Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Proverbs of all nations, 1859

    Mire , 128 Mischief, 64, 71, 210 Miser, 83 Miser's money, 75 Misfortune, 55, 50 Miss, 87 Mither, 20, 27 Mixon , 16 Money, 07, 134, 180 Monk, 132, 210, 225 Monks, 209 Montgomery , 47 Moor, 174, 188 Morning, Subscribers-only content

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