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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheslyn Hay

    in 1680 . 49 Robert was succeeded by his daughter Sarah, wife of Charles Fowler of Pendeford (in Tettenhall , Seisdon hundred), 50 who was described as lord of Cheslyn Hay in 1711 51 and whose granddaughter Sarah, coheir of

    Brewood Churches, schools and charities

    School (Mixed and Infants). 181 Charities for the Poor The Revd. Francis Collie , or 'Collick', Vicar of Bushbury ( Seisdon hundred), settled, probably by deed of 1625, a rentcharge of 33 s . 4 d . on a house

    Parishes Tardebigge

    . 3 In 1292-3 the jurors of Seisdon Hundred in Staffordshire presented that the manor of Tardebigge , which was in Warwickshire and used to appear twice annually at the sheriff's tourn at Seisdon Hundred in the time of Henry

    Brewood Introduction, manors and agriculture OLD SMITHY COTTAGES. Dean Street . BREWOOD .

    to 12,517 acres under the Staffordshire Review Order of 1934 when Coven Heath and Brinsford were transferred from Bushbury ( Seisdon hundred) to Brewood . 9 The nucleus of the town of Brewood is the marketplace and the four streets


    ( soca ejus fuit regis ). 100 The royal manor to which Saredon was subordinate was no doubt Kinver (in Seisdon hundred), 101 since by 1182 Saredon had been given to the priory of Dudley by Osbert de Kenefare 102

  • * British History Online * *

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    Return made by Justices of Peace, 01 June 1634-30 June 1634

    same. Similar certificate. [ Seal with arms . ] Ibid., No. 92. 1 p . June 18. Wolverhampton. Hundred of Seisdon, co. Stafford. The same to Sir Henry Griffith, sheriff. Similar certificate. Ibid., No. 100. p . June 19. Hundred Subscribers-only content

    Returns made by Justices of Peace

    Similar certificate. Have bound 18 apprentices and levied various fines. Ibid., No. 36. 1 p . July 22. Hundred of Seisdon, co. Stafford. The like to Humphrey Wyrley, Sheriff. Similar certificate. Have bound six poor children. Ibid., No. 37. p Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, November 1598, 1-15, 01 November 1598-15 November 1598

    Leveson to the Earl of Essex. 1598, Nov. 6. Prays him to recommend the bearer, John Hughes, bai liff of Seisdon Hundred, to the now sheriff of Staffordshire for continuance in his office. Lylshull, 6 Nov., 1598. Signed. Endorsed :

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 20 June 1636-31 December 1636

    unlicensed alehouse-keepers, alehouse-haunters, drunkards, and others punished, and apprentices bound out. Ibid., No. 43. p . July 25. Hundred of Seisdon, co. Stafford. Justices of Peace to Justices of Assize. Certificate of conformity to the Book of Orders. Ibid., No. Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, August 1713, 1-15, 01 August 1713-15 August 1713

    the Taxes Commissioners enclosing for their consideration the reply [missing ] of the Land Tax Commissioners in the Hundred of Seisdon, Co. Stafford, to my Lord Treasurer ' s letter about their arrears. Ibid . Same to the Comptrollers of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the county police force nearly twenty-four years, thirteen years of which lie hod been a sergeant. In the affray at Seisdon Hammorid was attacked by six or seven poachers, against whom he ably defended himself. He waso-ry, however, that two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but all the applieatifons were refused. WOLVERHAI!PTON. The annual Licensing Sessions for the Wolverhans toe division of the Hundreds of Seisdon North were eld yesterday, in the Wolverhampton Town Hall. The Licensing Committee comprised Messrs. W. H. Rogers, A. I0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Board, held an enquiry, in the Drill Hall, Tettenhail, near Wolverhampton into the application of the Rural Sanitary Authority of Seisdon, for the formation of a special drainage district, to comprise part of the township of Upper Pen. and part Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlic, C'iz house, greenhouoe, garden, orchard alid 6 of lad tell:0:, or, recuired-For fitorther particulars, apply to . *l _ Seisdon, 'Wolveriiunpton, T LetoooaB Stoildflogoi Leasase foWrrsfmL dOtee -a ey desiruable Plot of Lasld, conpairouit uPwards of 0. a sood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. J. Cliffrt; Oakeri and * 31h IV. Bullock; Wombourn, Mr. *. Cartrigh. FX5Clle, Lieuteuant-colonel Diclrins; Swindoln Mr. Vi r Seisdon and Trvsull, Mr. T. arl; Te chBoiltir, ei (L' THE NEW OVERSEERS.-At a spel slttei county magistrates, yesterday, the Subscribers-only content

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