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You searched for: Place: Pleck, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Education

    Sundays. 34 Pleck Church of England School , otherwise Pleck and Bescot National School or St. John 's National School. A National school was established at Pleck in 1825 . It was then estimated that there were at Pleck 60

    Walsall The growth of the town CENTRAL WALSALL 1876 WALSALL (Southern part) 1974 WALSALL (Northern part) 1974

    increase in the population of the Pleck area, said to be over 2,500 in 1858 when St. John 's Church was opened in Pleck Road . 74 Most of the growth was east of Pleck Road where from the 1850s

    Index L - Z

    ( Caldmore ), see Carless St. Oxford St. ( Pleck ), 158-9 Paddock Lane , 153 Pain's Yard, 147 Pargeter St ., 160 Park Hall Rd., 154 Park Lane , see Pleck Rd. Park St., 146-7 Peakhouse Lane, 154 Peal

    Walsall Communications

    a loop was opened from the South Staffordshire line at Pleck Junction to the Grand Junction line at James Bridge with a station, Pleck , in Bescot Road . Pleck was closed from 1917 to 1924 and again for passengers

    Walsall Public services

    2 The poor-law guardians opened an infirmary, de signed by H. E. Lavender of Walsall , at the workhouse in Pleck Road in 1896 . It was taken over by the corporation in 1930 as a general hospital and named

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dfestred icedi Vendors. Coshs Arlnaoee made io anticipat ion of/Sole. i~frequirel. 154 Sale of valuable IIBEEIOLI) end LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, at Pleck and Aldridl~e, near Wialsall. MB. JAMES BELCHER will Offer for Sale by Public Auto tte cr oudWlsI n TUESDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he then paroduceid anal read- ILor I.-AiI these Three eligible FREEHOLD DWEVLLING HOUSES, situcts mad being Nsa. 14,816, andIO8, Oxfanrd~treet, Pleck, s near W:leali, each cretiiairtillf Parlour, Sitting Roam, Kitchen. two iv' or threelBed Roonsa. CellarP, iVash-holase, twith Closet, Piggerv, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prodiucks] ~nilread:-a LOT I--All those iThreo5- oligihis VR~ERHOLD DWELLING a tes, OUES tioot ad bicing'Nos, 84, H6, end 80, Oxfot-dStreet, Pleck, C1 112 ner Walnil enli enainnicF nliu, alatsio-Itoom, Hitche, w its or three Boil Roorsia Cellar, Wads-ahosee winth - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p or annum. Contonts, 318 senare yarsts. LOT S.-PARK ROAD.-The FR~EEHIOLD PUBLIC-HOUSE, No.:491, in Phirec Read, at the ceoiner of Pleck Lneo, Nineveh, let to Mrs. Hatherine Lewis, on lease, at a rent of £22.: also the Stc caital Front Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tOmsnfortoblve FAMILY RESIDENCE hinown as D ry bHrne Too 12000W," writh Fltablal, Carriage-houseo, Greounouse. andi Per ood ardis, anil a Pleck of LAND. thle ehola "ocpying Iti area l lin of I.. oin. l00,, or thereabouts, aend let to Me. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Schedule of place names, G - M

    executions. The fields were originally in four plots, known as 1. Gallows Pit, 2. Pwll-halog ("Defiled Pool") or Plwca-halog ("Defiled Pleck"), 3. Cut-throats, and 4. Cae-pudr ("Putrid Close.") These measured one acre each, and were a portion of the Little

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