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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Edvin Loach

    it as certain messuages in Edvin Loach to Thomas Collins and William Fox . 45 This manor evidently passed with Netherwood and land in Stoke Bliss in 1621 from Thomas Baskerville to Edward Reed , 46 for he conveyed it

    Parishes Balsall

    south is a reconditioned house, formerly an inn, of square framing. Two cottages to the west also have framing. At Netherwood Farm are remains of a wet moat. At the north end of the parish on the west side of

    Parishes Oddingley

    open-joisted. About three-quarters of a mile south-east of the church, on the opposite side of the railway and canal, is Netherwood Farm, a modernized 17th-century building of red brick; in an adjoining barn was committed a murder consequent on the

    Townships Briercliffe with Extwistle

    his son Robert and grandson John. 59 The last-named John died in 1635 holding Extwistle Hall , Monk Hall , Netherwood , and various lands, & c., in the township as before, by the tenth part of a knight's fee.

    List of maps

    1903 there were 16 'private residents' listed, and by 1938 many more. 74 An example of a new house was Netherwood north-west of Dragons Green , built of local sandstone with prominent gables c . 1890, 75 while houses rebuilt

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 20 August 1644, 20 August 1644-20 August 1644

    , and Wm. Harrington his Servant, shall have a Pass, to travel and pass from London , to Warwicke, Worcester, Netherwood, Kyer , and Ludow , and return again to London . No Process to issue against Mr. Prynne, for

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 1 March 1830, 01 March 1830-01 March 1830

    and John Brown , Tenant in Boreland , surviving and accepting Trustees appointed by John Brown , some time of Netherwood , by his Trust Disposition and Settlement of Date the; complaining of Twelve Interlocutors of the Lords Ordinary in

    Index, N O

    against James I, 197 200. request for passport into, 210. credit desired in, 232. news from, concerning Spinola, 274, 275. Netherwood , James, postmaster for the Court, 432. Netley , [? Hants. ] , letter dated at, 135. Neumarkett. See

    General Index, N, O, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    Major Edw., King's letter to Neptune and Edward , the Netherbury Netherlands , the, see Holland. Nethersole , Sir Fras. Netherwood , George, petition of Nettlecomb Nevil , Thos., sen. petition of Thos., jun. Nevill , Hen. Neville , Hen. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1510, 26-29, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    [ 994 . ] 21 . William Thomas, groom of the King's Privy Chamber. To be, for life, keeper of Netherwood park. Heref., with 4 d . a day, as held by Richard Johnson, dec. Greenwich, 15 April, 1 Hen.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, March 12. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Stanafield and Sons, Little Hulfen, Lancashire, eot rspirntes; asfarx as, egliards fie.tl Lean aDeld-L and Voeper, austceton, Coruwall, Iie rapesW dSfadFwon Leeds, merchants-Booth and Surr. Saddleworth, Yorkshire, cotton spinners-Netherwood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .B A.eSoers,Th Peterbroughs Housee . andspeortSh;oA.L uchr, Tihe Shoolle, ASmallyF Heath'I. H. Coie, Churra oa choll HaBouts, Ml.ser E. Burtns, Netherwood, SiEdgbWstou C.rn Swain ,, The offes Small d Heath;oH. W . Grffn Rond Hndsworth Ladies' College;:F B. Gr C.ta Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out by twenty-fve miners, against Mr. Christopher Netherwood, pro- prietr f hm Tunslall Hill Colliery, for non-payment of wages. On the case being called, Mr. W. Harding, who appeared en behalf of Mir. Netherwood, applied for an adjournment of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. AOLLOWAY, THIS DAY (Monday), at B7 tbbeGreswolde Armus Inn, at 3Knowlo, at Four for Five o'clock -COPYROLD lRSTATE, at Netherwood death, Temple Baleall. SALE AT 151, OXFORD STIlEET, BILSTON. B E.~ y athaH. BARTON, THIS DAY (Ulay},atah f- R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -VT1hecpeels 0 012 Trade Wind ai5 7 a Olsv .c 46 612 Whinyard £ 7 r Cutusenco .. 4 612 Netherwood 3 5 7 Blaclrllocik 4.012 Buxton . 3 57 Vee1tigerh 4 012 Vansittart 9 67 j Ligurians4 0 12 Subscribers-only content

 

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