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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lichfield From the Reformation to c. 1800

    of Mutton inn at the junction of Ryknild Street and the London road had been built by 1770 . 44 Sandyway on the Walsall road , already inhabited in the late 16th century, had an alehouse c . 1700. 45

    Lichfield Economic history

    century. In 1851 the attached farm covered 46 a. 56 George Houldcroft, the keeper of the Royal Oak inn (later Sandyway Farm) on the Walsall road , was also a farmer at the time of his death in 1812 .

    Lichfield Public services

    public ward, two private wards, and an operating theatre. An adjoining house left to the trustees by George Martin of Sandyway (d. 1908) was converted into nurses' quarters and offices. The nursing home was renamed the Lichfield Victoria nursing home

    Lichfield Social and cultural activities

    traditional site for the sport. 37 A bull was brought by travelling showmen in 1827 and baited at Greenhill , Sandyway , and other places in the city. The baitings aroused disapproval and were probably not repeated. 38 A main

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    supplies Sandfields Ho ., 107 Sandfields Lodge , 107 Sandford , 7, 120 Sandford Ho ., 109 Sandyway , 21, 105, 161 Sandyway Farm, 112 scavengers, 99-100 schs., 23, 113, 130, 151, 170-84, 237, 272, 294 Beacon ( Midland Truant)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FATAL ACCIDENT TO A MILITIABIrAN.-.-On Saturday evening, Mr. C. Simpson, City Coroner, held an inuteest it the Three Tuns Itnn, Sandyway, on the body of Jattes Richards, a smilitiatiman, who came by his death the saine morning under somewhat peculiar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H.Mol, Setebley CottaerPi __ TIOBSR~~gERPER.-Ysng Lady Seel~s Sitsatlon; domnesticated to a' andr usuinl Highes referonmcs.-Addrems, A., Ths Meo- 824 o.thorns, Sandyway, LIebfield. elMS5 ji -[IOUSISEKEPERI (Worlsiiio.-Re-eenssesment Rtequsired, to a 1 .LI.Gentlemean ; first-class reference; midde age.-Address, 706, Po h-Daily Poet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLTBUSINESS 1REMIGES (MW~t.) I edG ob hmallcrRI,-Egx 0 cetlentl Suite of toO jflcplartk, 0 wDoLIlu floorl ; also, I Capital Suite oil second Onoo ~ and oom eati Vaults in basemnent. Si ALr Eiid (best jert) nComodios elleWarcbhusse, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which the parish had sustained through his illness, which compelled him to resign the duties of: vicar's warden.-Mr. George 'Martin (Sandyway) was named by the vicar as his warden, and Mr. C' J. Brown was re-elected for the parish. Miessrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. BEDWORTE. Suwnn, SCHOOL UNoz0r.-On Wednesday the Sunday School Union held ther annual festivaL- The scholars and teachers of the union (more than 1,000 in number) from the Collyoroft Primitive Methodist, Croxall Street Baptist, Leicester Street Free Mlethodist, Subscribers-only content

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