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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Penkridge Introduction and manors

    the constablewick of Otherton and Rodbaston in 1666 , 529 and in 1680 a John Stephenson was living in Otherton . 530 The ruined building now known as Otherton Cottages 531 has an early-16th-century origin. The present Otherton farmhouse was

    Parishes Cotheridge

    vineyards in 1304 , 7 and a close called the Wyneyard in 1616 . 8 Among the place-names found are Otherton in an early undated grant. 9 Forteys 10 (xv cent.); Bagenham, Shaylesground, Costhall 11 (xvi cent.); Churchfield , Stockoldfield,

    Penkridge Economic history, churches, schools and charities

    been inclosed by 1754 . 24 Tenants of the lord of Otherton had been making assarts within the bounds of Cannock Forest before 1286. 25 The common fields of Otherton , including 'Waterbrooke' Field, Middle Field , and Yondermore (otherwise


    119; Wm. de (d. 1349), and his w. Joan, 119, 128 Emery , fam., 20 Engleton , Avice (Amice), see Otherton ; Hugh, 31; Joan (fl. 1397), m. John de Wynnesbury, 118; Joan (d. 1450), see Elmedon; John de, 31;

  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, O, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Chief Constables of the, 248, 442 Oswaldkirk , co. York, 145 Oswestry , co. Salop, 225 Otebye , Richard, 368 Otherton , Thomas, 427 Oulde , see Olde. Ouldham , Richard, 18 Ounger , Margaret, 240 Over , co. Chester,

    Sessions, 1614, 5 and 6 May, 04 April 1613-06 May 1614

    Reg. 2/47, 63. 3 May, 12 James I [A.D. 1614 ] . John Andrew of Shoe Lane, gentleman, and Thomas Otherton of the same, blacksmith, for John Powell of the same, feltmaker, and Edward Hunt of Fleet Street, cutler, to

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    Bednall 44, Byllyngton 13, Pylletnall (Ric. Littelton) 22, Huntyngton 17, Burton and Ricardstoke (Root. Whitgreve , esq.) 18, Robaston and Otherton 8, Wateryeton 8, Cowley 22, Copnall and Butturall 11, Shareshill (John Peytow) 18, Hilton 6, Esyngton (Giles Everton) 13,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    entire area of 13A. leP 24y. or thereabouts. LOT 2.-A Piece of Sound PASTURE LAND, fronting the road leading to Otherton, adjoining property of Thomas Croydon, Eq., and containing an area of 1A. 1. 50OrP., or thereabouts. LOT 3.-Two Pieces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an entire area of 13K 1R. 24r. or thereahout. LOT 2.-A Piece of Sound PASTURE LAND, fronting the road leadingto Otherton, joining prOperty of Thomas Croydon, Esq., and containhig so area of IA. 3D 302P., or thereahouts. LoT I-Two Pieces Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pork Butcher, TIS. Deritond, the most extraordinary PIG alive, for Age and Weight. liresd aod fed by Mr. John, Gootdwin. Otherton, Penkridge. Age 20 months. weighntg upwards of 45 score'. Also. Three suernor PlGS, lrom the Biiht Hun. Lord Forrester's. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Waltkins, Woodfeld, Droitwich, bay gelding, 4 years old. CLAB i43.-For the bost Hack, not exceeding 16 hands.-£6. Mr. William Lea, Otherton Farm, Cotheridgo, Worcestar, brown ,ob, 4 years old, CLAss 4s.-For Ponies, above twelve and under fourteen hands. -E5., Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wll,5-susalbeplaedbefore the psnhLio for 'frans eaveSteioghsniat 1, ilS, tSand IZII5, for Cawstle ~~~~SLEtOD 1t a.1891,. - W'TR RO SLWEDNESDAY, -'g Otherton, nearenidu-ml R hODBTTE ~f.TROMA - 1 IR ETT isisxntdby t i L Fthe Trustees of the lobe Mrs. Mary Subscribers-only content

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