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You searched for: Place: Pillaton, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    hide of waste in 1086 12 may possibly be identified with HUNTINGTON where by 1198 Henry de Brok, lord of Pillaton (in Penkridge ), was holding a carucate of land of the king by some service in the forest of

    Teddesley Hay

    lord of Pillaton (in Penkridge ), who farmed his office for 2 marks a year and held the vill of Huntington by this service of keeping the Hay. 40 The custody followed the same descent as Huntington and Pillaton 41

    Penkridge Introduction and manors

    and 3 farmhouses and 2 cottages in 1834 . 29 Pillaton constablewick contained 14 households in 1666 , 30 and there were 14 or 15 houses in the hamlet of Pillaton in 1680 , in addition to the Hall, 31

    Penkridge Economic history, churches, schools and charities

    between the owners and occupiers. 26 Tenants of the lord of Pillaton also had been making assarts within the bounds of Cannock Forest before 1286. 27 A field in Pillaton called 'Crofthull' which is mentioned at some time between 1342

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh

    Joyce his wife in 1618 . 40 Humphrey was perhaps acting as trustee for his brother-in-law, Sir Edward Littleton of Pillaton , co. Staff., 41 who settled the manor in 1626 42 on his son Edward and his bride, Hester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Ferdinand Anmonio Echala, of St Catbort5:e Wimbledon, to Mary Elimbheth (Lily) Astn, only dauhi. o John Aston, of Pillaton, Penkridge, Staffordslhire Gosaclsc-l'stzsT.-On the 5th last, at Edlghanaron Parish Chu-r Ihy the RevV.Ctreasasel, H. AL, and the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCOUNTES to the becrel ary, on fore Ux8DwY,the 17th instant in order that they may I 0 examined and disaharged, Pillaton, May a, 1870. 212 uAUTION TO PUCHBASER8 OF STEEL PENn. I OSEPH GILLOTT Pen Maker to the QueeD, having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : William Macsfen, Norton Canes; anrd IV. Neville, Norton Ctnes.-Ponlkridge and Kinvaston : George Bowker. Keeling, Congreave; Edward T. Cbell, Pillaton; end Thomas Atkins, Drayton.-Saredon : Jolla Chamberlain, Great Saredon.--Shareshill and Feather- stone: William Chamberlain. Shareshill.-Stretton : John Cotton, Shretton.-zTeddeslsy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Samuel Love- rid go, Shfnal, Pioughing, &ec.: Samuel Clifft, Ford Houses, and Samuel Dodd, Stateord. Roots : J. Aston, Pillaton, and ni. G}. Arblaster, Mansfey. Thbere were some very useful animals in the class for hulls under three years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mr. B. Gilpin (Cannock). Plough- -ing and thatching: Mr. A. Burnett (Burton-on-Trean) and Mr. S. Dodd (Stafford). Roots: Mr. J. R. Briggs (PerI-ridge) and Mr. E. T. Chell (Pillaton). The dinner i took place in the evening. I - Subscribers-only content

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