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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lilleshall Economic history

    1860 the company began to move its limestone mining activity to Presthope , in Much Wenlock , and later to Nantmawr , in Oswestry. Drainage difficulties made the main Lilleshall workings unprofitable. 78 By the 1870s large-scale production had ceased

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    (d. 1834), John Fox Fitz-Giffard , fam., N.F.U. , see National Farmers' Union nabobs , Nagelon , Thos., Nagington , Nantmawr , see Trefonen Nash , John, Nash (in Burford ), National Farmers' Union (N.F.U.), Nateley Scures ( Hants ),

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    nonconf., public ho., sch., woodland, Nagington (in Child's Ercall) , n, n , nails , see iron and steel: products Nantmawr , see Trefonen Nantwich (Ches.) , barony, n Napoléon I , emperor of the French, narrowboats , see boats

    Domesday Book 1875-1985

    the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in 1967 -8. Its first appearance in October 1967 was on Bryn farm, Nantmawr , near Oswestry, and the final case was not recorded until June 1968 . 23 Only Cheshire experienced a

  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, N - R

    after a useful existence of a thousand years. ROATH PARK. A tract of land lying along the valley of the Nantmawr, from Pont-Lleici northward to the Dyffryn. In 1894 it was given by the Marquess of Bute, Lord Tredegar and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. A. Jones, D.[ W. Rowlands, Mri. Griffith James, Blaeifflym. au, Thomas Jones, Ffrwdisaf, D. Jenkins, Trefere. fawr, Eyan Owen, Nantmawr, Griffith Evans, Bigni, Wm. James, Ffynoneyff, John Jones, Hafod, ac llias Davies, Bwlet. Cafwyd adroddiad o Gy. farfod Dosbarth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    substance known as litho-fracteur were, at she instigation of the War Ofii.e commission upon explosive substances, carried out at the Nantmawr Quarries, abont five miles from Oswestry and 20 from Shrewsbury. The Oswes- try Advertiser says - Nothing oould be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    man) snd H. J. Potts, Esq. Family Jabs. - Thomas Con nan, of Nantmawr, near Buckley, was summoned by his uncle, R-bert Connab, for an assault. Mr. Williams, solicitor, appeared for the complainant, and said the complainant was an- noyed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if not several cows. The magistrates imposed a fine of ss, including costs. Husband and Wife. - Samuel Bebington, collier, Nantmawr, was summoned for neglecting his wife and child. - Mr. Griffiths, relieving officer of the Holywell Union prosecuted, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attendance ,<J their children at sohool :- Thomas Williams, Mynyddisa, fined ss; Job Williams, Buckley, fined 2s $d,; Jsbmael Evans, Nantmawr, fined Is; Joseph Peters'^ Buckley, order made; Hannah Hughes, Buckley.* fined 2s; Edwd. Buley, Leeswood, order made; George Harrison, Subscribers-only content

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