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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Castle Church

    in Rickerscote to the poor of Burton and Rickerscote and a fixed charge of 15 s . on other lands in Rickerscote to the poor of Stafford Green (otherwise Forebridge ). 527 As his house and lands in Rickerscote had

    Parishes Acton Trussell and Bednall

    the inhabitants of Acton Trussell , Burton and Rickerscote (in Castle Church parish), and Dunston (in Penkridge parish), Acton being responsible for the maintenance of the first two arches, Burton and Rickerscote for the fifth, and Dunston for the sixth.

    Parishes Barton-on-the-heath

    19 as did a later William in 1261 . 20 In 1242 the Staffordshire portion of the Wayte fee, in Rickerscote , was held by Hugh le Wayte, 21 but the 1/16 fee in Barton was then held of Robert

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Thomas near Stafford

    (or Ives) de Mutton gave 6 acres of land in his manor of Ingestre ; 20 Reynold le Waite, of Rickerscote (in Castle Church ), gave meadow there; 21 Alice de Hopton and her son, Robert de Bek, gave lands

    Hospitals Stafford , Forebridge , St John the Baptist

    S.MS. 328(i), p. 561; 332(i), pp. 433, 493, 498; 332(ii), pp. 73, 292. All these properties, which were situated in Rickerscote , Forebridge , and Rowley (in Castle Church ), were the subject of litigation. The hospital was also involved

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    Richman , Thomas Richmond , Surrey New Park Richmond and Lennox , Duchess of, see Stuart, Frances. Richmond , Robert Rickerscote , co. Stafford Riddell , Sir Peter, Mayor of Newcastle-uponTyne letters of Rider , George Ridler , Robert, examination Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, June 1681, 13-20, 01 June 1681-30 June 1681

    Stafford, and all lands and hereditaments [thereto belonging ] in the towns of Stafford, Bradley, Billington, Coppenhall, Burton and Richardscot [Rickerscote ] in said county and of the Honors of Hereford and Gloucester in co. Gloucester, with their rights and

    Acts of the Court of High Commission

    Tipping, of Draycot, co. Oxford. Appeared and took oath to answer articles, and was monished. Nov. 9. Richard Hinton of Rickerscote co. Stafford. Appeared and took oath to answer articles. Thomas Pierce of Al[ve ] ston co. Warwick. The like. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17 years, ani residing in Wolverhampton Road.-Prose- catrix stated that on Tuesday afternoon, she was walking along the fields from Rickerscote to Stafford, when prisoner overtook her: He s)oke to her, and then attempted to walk with her. She tried Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thurneycrott,Tetteflhall Towers ; C. J. Ashton, a, Little Over Hali; R. T. K. Levitt, Packingtos Halm' ; ti Major Johnson, Rickerscote ; M. D. 'Hollins, Whitmore. W Hail; G. 5. Barker, Albrighton Ball; H. Williams, &I Rockinghami Hall; E. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it tiutrytenkalso the condition of the drains and embankmnents,' which are kept up under the Act' Messrs. Chetwynd, J1. Stubbs (Rickerscote), and G. Nevitt'(ageit to the Earl of Lichfieldj wete apuointed 'Mi~msitee of inspection' to report to at future nieetiqg. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £ 25,000.-Of Mir. James Spence, of the firm of Richardson, Spence, and Co., merchants, Liverpool; :624,000.-Of Mc. Charles Williamns, of Rickerscote, Staffordshire; £24,000. The testator, after giving legacies to cousins, executors, servants, and others, leaves the residue of his real Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHAw, TxoDosx FxoEZXrIcx CHARLES EDwARD (R), Rickerscote, Stafforc.-Mr. S1hw is the son of t the late Mr. E. D. Shaw, of Wolverlhampton, and was born in 1859. He was educated at Testenhail College, \Wolverlronxponn, ald Balliol Coilege, Oxford. He is Subscribers-only content

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