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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Wall with Pipehill WALL AND PIPEHILL 1986

    portion of Curborough and Elmhurst township, comprising Pipehill Farm and a former tollhouse, became part of Pipehill . Wall then covered 645 a. and Pipehill 576 a. 2 In 1894 that part of Pipehill township which lay in the city

    Hospitals Lichfield , Dr. Milley 's

    considerable estate' devolved on the hospital on the death of Cornelius Nevill of Pipehill ; his death had presumably terminated a lease of the hospital's property at Pipehill . 7 th Rep. Com . Char . 385-6, 392-3. Since 1815

    List of maps and plans

    6" ( 1921-38 edns.) " 260 24. Streethay and Fulfen 1986 . Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" ( 1883-7 edns.) " 274 25. Wall and Pipehill 1986 . Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" ( 1887-8 edn.) " 284

    Burntwood Manors, local government and public services

    then a minor but of age by 1716 . 116 The younger Sebastian, who was living at Hill Top in Pipehill by 1718 , sold the two houses and the land attached in 1721 to Theophilus Levett , town clerk

    Townships Curborough and Elmshurst CURBOROUGH AND ELMHURST 1987

    changes in 1879 : a farmhouse at Ashmore Brook was added to Burntwood township; Pipehill Farm and the former tollhouse near by were amalgamated with Pipehill township; and 240 a. around Little Pipe were added to Farewell and Chorley civil

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the afternoon, for Burntwood, Edial, and Woodhnuses, and St. Michaee, Lichfbeld; (part of) F'arewell and Ohor. iey, Hammerwich, Ogley Hay, Pipehill, Shenstone, Swin- fen and Pahington, Wall, Weeford. At Old Hill, in tho parish of Rowley Rlegis, at Cookey's Hotel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tails Hfayswood coiwich and Stowe aill in the said rounoty of Staffood end St. Vised Lirhloleldl Curhorsougs Etlonliurst St. MiehalsoLioloioield Pipehill Wail l-'slicrwiei ticolisy Ogler Hely Ogecy flits ell-Is Beonobslls llsnomrilcl Bssurtwoes Chsass Teswc Ediali othorviso Edialt. asod Woolhiouocs all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was proceeding from Walsall to Lichfield, s "tiried by a London cad North-Western engine, aad*, when in Pipehill outting, going dowa an incline, the twa engines and four trucks broke loose whilst polling up. The after part of the train Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    artist, of Dudley.- Mr. Joseph Bennitt, of Dudley, to Miss Helen Parker, of Ot\bury. At Lichfield, Mr. J. Shelton, of Pipehill, aged 84, ;•.«» Mrs. Sarah Mansweil, of Bloxwich, aged 76. This is the tVjdegroom's third visit to the temple Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Town, Newton Hardwick, Ocker Hill, Ogley Hay. Old Hill, Pensnett, Pelsall, Perm, Princes Ead. Pool Green, Pratts Bridge, Palfrey, Parkbrook, Pipehill, Quarry Bank, Queslett, Rushall, Rowley Regis, Rugeley, Keddall Hill, Ryecroft, Shenstone, Saredon, Shareshill, Sedgley, Smcth- wick, St. Michael's Lichfield, Subscribers-only content

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