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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Windle

    208, n . 105. In 1601 Thomas Gerard complained that Robert Roughley was withholding suit to Windle manor; Ducatus Lanc . (Rec. Com.), iii, 439, 459. In 1614 Thomas Roughley of Sutton left £100 for the school; Robert, his brother

    Townships Sutton

    Aug. 1684 ; Richard Eltonhead and Anne his wife, and Richard son and heir-apparent, to Thomas Roughley . On 2 Feb. 1694 , Thomas Roughley transferred it, with certain exceptions, to his eldest son, Henry, who in Jan. 1695 ,

    Townships Alston with Hothersall

    in the vill of Hothersall; ibid. no. 14. Hugh son of William de Hothersall gave his daughter Agnes various lands, Roughley , Frendesforth, Oldfieldhalgh, Brerefurlong, Crocland and Great Hold being named. Hugh had a brother and a son each named

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Mr. H. Dbncalfe) presiding.-The School Com- to h- mittee reported on the state of the infants' school at he CO Roughley. There being now only twenty-three infants on fo k, the books, and the cost porbead amounting to £3. 15s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glass and kiosn adn.T .Lodge, TorhlSobs Road, Hands- x" R ElSr-wanted. Situation: horse, cow, poultry: single. GAWA~ge'26 Good refernces.-AL AllsoP, Roughley, Sutton Cold- field. elliS6 j-C ARDENER (Hin Wrking) igood plantsman an ri ewer P- irzc-cia h rbrno, _Uo isi-Addres.192. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acres of Land. Pleasantly eltualed. abeut two mlles from the Hallway Station,- Awtly peresonally, or by letter, Mr. George AIlcopp, Roughley, Sutton Goldfield. 1103 r bLTaGROCERY and ALE TRADE. Price far Fixttures, J 0.Apply, 25, Noak's Buildings,. Little Brloklin Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acres of Land. Pleasantly situtled, about two mriles from the Railway Station.- ,Apply personally, or by letter, Mr. George Allsopp, Roughley, Sutton Coldnoeld. 138S TO be LET, Two excellent BUSINESS PREMISES, the best Taituation in Great Bridge, suitable for a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solletore, Birmingham. THlE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. IN THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY yORt Ttt O 50110Cr trAAsnI DSTITlsc. -OSEPH RASTILOW, of Roughley Farm, Sutton J Coldilleld. In tire county of Warwick, Farmer, havinr beers adjudged Bankrupt tnder a Petition for Adjudication Subscribers-only content

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