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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Powick

    Powyke (xix cent.). Powick , which includes the hamlets of Clevelode , Callow End , Bowling Green , Pixham , Woodsfield , Collett's Green and Bastonford , is a large parish about 2 miles south-west of Worcester . It has

    Parishes Kempsey

    is a large common meadow, subject to floods, to the south-west of the village. There is a ferry there to Pixham and Malvern . At Clerkenleap, Treadway Russell Nash , the historian of Worcestershire , was born on 24 June

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gates of St. John, Powick, Newland, Twelfth Mile, Hanley, Town Boundary, Barnard's Green, Waterloo Oak, Rhydd Green, Cleaveload, Old Hill, Pixham Ferry, and Malvern, have been let to Mr. Anthony at £1,635. The full tolls at Bwadwas gate, St. John's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all who attended the second day's coursing. which Lord Beauchamp kindly allowed the memnbers of this club to have at Pixham, Thursday turned out one of the wettest, most miserable days that could possibly be. Consequently, the assem. blage at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injured, His horse, how. ever, started off at a tremendous rate through Powiclr and m Callow End, and turned down Pixham Ferry Lane towards od the Severn. The river was very high, and asplash was sn heard, and as the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF A COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER. -On Saturday and yesterday a number of men were en- sgaged in dragging the Severn between Pixham and Upton- on-Severn for the body of Mr. Daniel Lloyd, a commer- cial traveller, in the employ of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days each, the rate of pay being 2s. &d. per day. An inquest was held yesterday by Mr. Browne at Pixham on the body of Jane Bouiter (30).-Deceased was the daughter of Mr. George Boulter of the Pixharn Ferry Inn, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYGON, William (1568-1608), of Madresfield, Worcs.

    the manor of Warndon in 1594. In November 1599 the situation had evidently improved, as he bought the manor of Pixham, Worcestershire for £1301 13s.4d.; but in 1602 he was again selling, this time the manor of Acton Beauchamp.[footnote]Lygon died

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