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  • * Victoria County History *

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    PosenhallPOSENHALLPosenhall, a small extra-parochial place, represents part of a former chapelry and township in Much Wenlock parish; it lies between Barrow , Benthall , and Willey , c . 4 km. north-east of Much Wenlock . It was

    Benthall BENTHALL 1938

    of the hamlet of Posenhall and, having been bought by Lawrence Benthall in 1576 and probably incorporated in his manor of Benthall , 82 probably transferred to Benthall parish from Posenhall chapelry. 83 With the Posenhall land Lawrence acquired land


    1883 a detached part (21 ha., 51 a.) of Posenhall civil parish was added to Barrow C.P., and in 1934 Caughley was transferred to Linley C.P. In 1966 Linley , Posenhall , and Willey C.P.s were abolished and added to

    Corrigenda to Volumes I-IV, VIII

    Borough of Wenlock ', col. 2, after ' Monkhopton ' add ' Munslow (part of) 66a , and after ' Posenhall 67 , add 'Scirmidge 67a ' " " 211, line 43, for 'Liberties' read 'Borough', for 'were dissolved' read

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    214 19 Badger Hall , Dingle and Surroundings in 1837 . Based on S.R.O. 4792/1 " 214 20 Barrow and Posenhall c . 1630. Based on S.R.O. 1224/1 /9, 15 " 222 21 The Division of Shirlett Common in 1625

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ewes from flock of eminent breeders in the neighbourhood-viz., Messrs. Wadlow,. of Eaughton and Acton Round; Mr. Pitt of Posenhall, near Broseley' M~r. Smith, of Sutton laduloclrnear Shiffnal; M~r. M~addox, of Barley near Much Wcnloo; Mr. Instones 3 of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flocks of eminent -breeders in the neighbourhood; viz., Mre. Wadlow, of Haughton; Mr. T. Inatone, of Collaughton ;Dr. PIts, of Posenhall; lift. Massie, of Bradley * Dir. Downea, of Hatton; Mr. J. Pritchard, of Endon; Di. Jones, of Morville* Dlr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of £552. per annurn. There were sixty applications. There will be no contest in Pladeley, Iroabridge, Broselev Little Weenlork, Benthall, Posenhall, Stircnley. and Linlcy districts - but there will be in the Dawlev and Much s en- lock districts, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Instone, and carried, " That this Board think it mosn undesirable to separate the severa parishes of Barrow, BenthalL Linley, Posenhall, and Willey, which are now in the Broseley Ward, and are continuous to Broseley, and that it is the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Croft, Bart., held a court at the Guildhall yesterday for the revision of the voting lists for fInch Wenlock, Barrow, Posenhall, Ditton Priors, Highley, Linley, Monikhopton, and Willey. Colonel Owen Jones represented the Conservatives, whilst the Liberals were unrepresented- Nothing Subscribers-only content

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