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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stirchley Manor and other estates Stirchley 1838

    Stirchley Hall , has already been referred to. The estate of the Perton family, of Perton (Staffs.), 8 was recorded from c . 1240. 9 On William of Perton 's death c . 1280 it was variously estimated as 59

    Colleges Tettenhall , St Michael

    Codsall , of which he held the leases. 99 Perton 100 he sold to his nephew Edward Leveson ; the Levesons already held the lease of the major part of Perton 's property. 101 Pendeford and Bovenhill 102 were bought

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Vale Royal The Abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, St. Nicholas, and St. Nicasus, Vale Royal

    the building works. 34 Th e abbot became keeper of the works and by 1284 another royal clerk, William of Perton , who had been keeper of the works at the castles of Flint and Rhuddlan ( Flints .), was

    Index K-Z

    , And., Peplow (in Hodnet ) , n periodicals (magazines) , parish, Perrott , Wm., Perton : Wal., Wm. of, fam., and see Purton Perton (in Tettenhall , Staffs.) , Peterborough ( Northants .) , new town, Peters : Art.,

    Index K-Z

    Percy, A. C. , see Heber-Percy Perkyn , Ric., Perry , river, n , Perseverance Ironworks , see Castle Foregate Perton , John, Peru , Peshall fam. , pesticides , Petton , Wackley fm., pheasants , Phillips : Cath., Wm.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stab him when he was assassinated. Captain Clap Perton was murdered at Salatoo, the residence of Sultan Bello, the Sovereign of the Foulahs, and the same whom Messrs Denham and Clap- Perton so highly praised in their pttklished Travels, ,OLDEST Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Violent Palpitations, Spasns, General Debility, Costveness, hr. They are mild in their operation, rafe under sny circumstances, and thousands of Perton coo isow hear testimony to the benefits ta be derived from their use. Sold, in bottles an is. isd., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in High street, Vauxhall, in some very old premises let out to poor families, by which an old woman named Perton, nearly ninety years of age, is burnt to death. Six lives are lost by fire in a court off Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £14. and £18. Be. per smurn. 1)Y Messrs. OILE'81.BI{ F GIBSON ft(b directio af th , duoef the late Gieorge Perton, Ecg.), on . atteTHURSDAY NEXT, THI DAY OF JULY, EstteSae lnc~,ColPII esbeNe3whlel. Street,I Enrmnihant, at 6 o'clook'In the evoning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CARRAGE(prro~cda' Docar), y lathand Jones, Haneley; L eetdog.Tep~gIc.- a'skn Emporium, 82, I- at Sherock Street. -. I1.AR(Iled~ford); newv, joelfrom thiebuitlder, Perton. Others same Hie YJ builder. Isargains.-Alikieioe' Emoporlium, 82, Sherlock Street. 7 ClAmpT (Lrenearly new ; leather 4ash, wings, &a.: Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    327. Persay , Parshay, Lionel, esquire, 1139, 1156. Person , John, 441. Pert , Perte, John, 1000. -, William, 452. Perton , Pyrton [in Tattenhall parish, co. Stafford ] , manor, 78. Pery , John, 1138. Peryat , Edward, 222. Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    Perthshire : assessment of, ii. 1144, 1241, 1361. commissioners for assessment of, ii. 1153, 1393. parliamentary representation of, ii. 930. Perton . See Pyrton. Perwich , Robert, ii. 767. Petchal , Mary, ii. 271. Peter . See Peters; Petre. Peterborough

    Index, P, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    ton. See Peyton. Peace negotiations. See under France. Pearls , i. 459, 593; ii. 20. Pears. See Piers. Pear ton (Perton) , co. city of Gloucester, i. g. 1081 (14). Pease. See under Grain. Pease , John, i. g. 465

    Cecil Papers, December 1592, 01 December 1592-31 December 1592

    Wranforde of Lougdon. Robert Arden of Pedmore. Henry Brug otherwise Brigis of Longdon. John Wolmer of Kington. Michael Foliet of Perton. Thomas Wolmer of Tiberton. George Harnyold of Breden. Rowland Badger of Hanley castle. Anthony Wolmer of Kingtcn. Reynold Williams

    British History Online

    Wilmore, William Goodwyn, Nicholas Harman, William Woodward of Stratton-Audley, John Gerrard, Sir Thomas Peniston, John Taverner Esq; Edmund Symen of Perton, John Keat, Bingham of Cave-end, William Barker, Thomas Parsons, Robert Warcup, Samuel Warcup, Esqs; George Greenwood, George Enosh, Gent.

 

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