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  • * Victoria County History *

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    was being tried in more and more places, 25 and by 1988 there was deer farming at Webscott farm near Myddle and at Walford College of Agriculture, and milking ewes were kept at Wackley farm, Petton ; 26 Shropshire then

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Haughmond

    ; various gifts of John Lestrange , including land in Berrington , Webscott ( Myddle ), and the mills of Ruyton XI Towns, Cheswardine , and Myddle ; Hamo Lestrange's gift of Nagington and Guy Lestrange 's gift of mills

    Domesday Book 1540-1750 CHURCH ASTON 1681

    the instigator: he began the drainage of the Old Pool , another enterprise completed by his grand-daughter. In Myddle Harmer Moss and Myddle Pools and in Ellesmere Tetchill Moor were among the marshy lands brought into regular cultivation during the


    bailiff. at Dodington went with two carters to collect wheat for sowing and in 1384 the bailiff of husbandry at Myddle bought 3 qr. of seed wheat at Shrewsbury . 90 The treasurer of Lilleshall abbey bought seed wheat at

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    (Reynold the sheriff), Baker , Edw., Bakewell , Rob., Balaam's Heath , see Tugford Balderton , John of, Balderton (in Myddle ), Baldwyn : Cath., see Childe Chas., Wm. (fl. 1600), Wm. (d. 1824), see Childe fam., Baldwyn-Childe (formerly Childe),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KYNASTON, Thomas (1450/54-1515/20), of Myddle, Hordley and Shrewsbury, Salop.

    (1450/54-1515/20), of Myddle, Hordley and Shrewsbury, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 1512 Shrewsbury 1515 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Salop 1507-8; commr. gaol delivery, Shrewsbury 1507, subsidy, Salop 1512, 1514, Shrewsbury 1514; alderman, Shrewsbury by 1511, bailiff 1511-12; assistant to commrs. in marches

    RATHBONE, David, of Whitchurch and Shrewsbury, Salop.

    1406-7, 1414-15; bailiff 1407-8, 1415-16, 1419-20. Biography David was probably a descendant of William Rathbone who, as coming from Myddle, Shropshire, had been named on the Shrewsbury guild merchant roll of 1268. He himself was admitted to the freedom of

    STRANGE, Thomas (d.1436), of Walton Deyville and Walton Maudit, Warws. and Warkworth, Northants.

    Shropshire, who obtained the manors of Walton Maudit and Walton Deyville by marriage. At some unknown date John Strange of Myddle (also in Shropshire), a member of a cadet branch of this noble family, gained possession of the two manors,

    CHELMSWICK, Richard (d.1398), of Tasley, Salop.

    that same year, shortly before 31 Aug.[footnote]Chelmswick’s property, which by then included the manors of Tasley, near Bridgnorth, ‘Lynches’ by Myddle, and, possibly also ‘Haye’ in Shropshire and Staverton in Gloucestershire, passed eventually to his young son John (d.1418), who

    EGERTON, Wilbraham (1781-1856), of Tatton Park, Cheshire

    EGERTON, Wilbraham (1781-1856), of Tatton Park, Cheshire Constituency Dates Cheshire 1812 1831 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cheshire 1808-9 Ofifces Held Capt. R. Cheshire militia 1803; lt.-col. Macclesfield regt. 1809, lt.-col. commdt. 1812; capt. king"s Cheshire yeomanry 1819, lt.-col. 1831, lt.-col.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6ene11igaethtai, tio'ba ,& c GENED1A BTEAAU. Ar y 4ydd eyfisol, priod . Parcb. John R. Jones. gweimdog y Methodistiaid C finaidd, Llanrhaiadr-yn- Mochnant, ar fercb. Ar yr 28ain cynfiaol, priod Mr. David Hughes, Cefn Wfarm, Llanelwy, 'arfab. Ar 'yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, May, 21. War-Office, MAY 21-6th Reghuent-ot Dragoon, Guards-Ekevet.CoL C. Shee, from half-pay, unattached, to be Lieut.-Col. vice Brevet-Col. J. Jackson, who exchanges; BrevetoLieut.-Col. D. Ray to be Lient.-Col. by purchase, vice Shee, who retires; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Mr. Henry Broadhurst, .LP., has paid a visit to Cromer this week for the purpose of taking part in a golf competition. Justices Field, Day, and Granthain have been selected to be placed upon the rota for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    labourers may yet be met with who have witnessed a bull-bait in their youth. One such man, James Grice, of Myddle, described (in 18783 a bull-baiting at Loppirgton at which he had been present when a boy ais -the most Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of I Jiastbach Court, Gloucestershire. Rev. Brooke Cunliffe e Mortimer, M.A., vicar of Hadnall, Shrewsbury; patron, I ethe Rector of Myddle. Rev. T. Ridsdee, rural dean of a .Himley. Rev. Thomas Greenall Swindell, vicar of Sedgley, c S Staffordshire; patron, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Radulph Kinnaston, 24/7/1605

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 97643 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Kinnaston Forename Radulph Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 24/7/1605 Office/Status Rector Location Myddle// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/V/1/24 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bancroft, Richard/Canterbury Province 1604- 1610 Comment

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