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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lilleshall Communications

    the Lilleshall limeworks. At Willmore bridge, on the branch, another branch was made northwards to limeworks at Pitchcroft (in Edgmond ). The Pitchcroft branch itself had two short branches north-west to other parts of the Lilleshall limeworks. 27 Coal could

    The city of Worcester Charities

    . 6 d .; also an annuity of £190 issuing out of property in the Butts and Old Waterworks , Pitchcroft , paid by the Great Western Railway Company. The personal estate consists of £3,269 10 s . 7 d

    The city of Worcester Introduction and borough

    level considerably below that of the town; between the river and the inhabited area along the Barbourne Road lies the Pitchcroft , a large common where the races are now held, occupying in regard to Worcester a position somewhat similar

    Parishes Wichenford

    battle of Worcester in September 1650 , as he was among those present before the battle at the review at Pitchcroft . He disappeared from that time, and his fate is not known, but he was dead before 1653. 56

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    nonconf., roads, plate streams, tithes, water supply, woodland, Aston , Chetwynd (in Edgmond ), Aston , Church (in Edgmond ), Pitchcroft , Aston Eyre (in Morville ) , Atcham , Berwick Maviston , q.v . Chilton , q.v . ch.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Besrnhardt, d.lpitlhe iced moot friends of tiss eleven contosiants for the Rtoyll 'we-year.'old Plals, aiss ran muds icetter then on Pitchcroft, 5,whisiing cleverly' frona Vanduara, ccho, like Sailor Prince, haa previously becen to thiso fosso tilas wecek, swinning the Bernlinek Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the :3taffordshire Volunteers.-By order, W. BLAKE BuRns, Brigade Major." WORCESTERSHIREITUSSXRS. This regiment, numbering 300, were inspected yester. day on Pitchcroft, by Colonel Wood, C.B. Lieutenant. colonel Viscount Cobham was in comrmand of the regi- ment, and the other officers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a second or two was en Moor Street. Here he asocertnined that his man had taken ties direction of Pitchcroft, and started in thle same direction. After searching a moment amongst the tienber in Mr. Wood's yard in I'itchcroft, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I agst any other. This event closed the proceedings of one of the most successful aultumn meetings held on the Pitchcroft. LIVERPOOL AUTUMN MEETING. This meeting Is appointed to take place next Taesday, the Oth, andthetwofollowingdays. Judgng from the prograUslue, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    city to. day, and as regards efficiency are certainly not to be under- rated, On Tuesday the muster was on Pitchcroft, where the prize horses of the different troops were shown. There were some very fine animals, the mena being Subscribers-only content

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