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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burton-upon-Trent Population

    6,033 6,117 5,663 4,638 4,060 4,207 Burton 4,634 4,460 4,308 3,312 2,349 1,556 Horninglow 6,538 6,911 7,486 8,215 9,632 9,965 Shobnall 6,613 6,454 6,250 5,374 4,767 3,741 Stapenhill 5,234 5,228 5,740 8,992 10,419 11,765 Uxbridge 7,205 7,571 7,590 6,481 5,521

    Branston Manor

    the monks. 15 SINAI PARK What was called 'the park of Shobnall ' in the early 14th centu ry 16 was evidently associated with the abbey's grange at Shobnall in Burton Extra , but it later became attached to a

    Burton-upon-Trent Administrative areas

    of the county borough was 4,219 a., divided into eight wards: Broadway (290 a.), Burton (429 a.), Horninglow (477 a.), Shobnall (776 a.), Stapenhill (806 a.), Uxbridge (180 a.), Victoria (250 a.), and Winshill and Wetmore (1,011 a.). 11 At

    Burton-upon-Trent Manor and other estates

    in 1526 . 5 John, who in 1544 was being paid a retainer by Burton college and held leases of Shobnall and Sinai park, was dead by the later 1550s, leaving a son Edward. 6 Edward was still alive and

    Horninglow Nonconformity

    at the back in 1958 and extended in 1993 . 10 The registration in 1883 of a meeting room in Shobnall Road by Latter Day Saints (Mormons) was cancelled in 1895 . 11 Christian Bethren registered a room in Wyggeston

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, January 1546, 26-31, 01 January 1546-31 January 1546

    lordship and manor of Burton upon Trent, the manors of Bramston, Stretton, Harnynglow, Wyghtmere and Anseley, Staff., the grange called Shobnall alias Shovenall, Staff., the manors of Wynshull, Stapenhull, Caldwall, Magna Overa, Parva Overa and Fynderna, Derb., the manor of

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Devon. See Sheepstor. Shitlington , Beds, i. pp. 770, 774, 782; ii. g. 648 (51). Shittestour , Devon. See Sheepstor. Shobnall (Shovenall) , Staff., in Burton upon Trent, i. g. 149 (39). Shoebury (Schobury) Magna , Essex, i. g. 1383

    Henry VIII, Appointments to Offices, 01 January 1542-31 December 1542

    Cell of Weremouth, with reservation of tithes in Southwike, Dham. Durham priory . 18 May. 112 b . Walter Hendle. Shobnall or Shovenall grange, Staff. Burton upon Trent . 25 May. 113. Wm. Heynes, of Myldenhale, Suff. Tithes in Halywell

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drers, Mtiss Yates, FeCnkoham, Reilditch. - cSG20 BAIltAM llD SceLs Sitisiirion in Commercial Hotel or Vailts: tall: tood rfceraencs.--Address, 20W, Shobnall Stret., Burton-a- Trent '_ c752 TBOOO-K.KEEPFR or Head Barmaid; a ftc-enugagemene: tho- B roughly cxperienced.-A. B., the Hotel, Pentmauunnawr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there was a capital muster at the meet. at [tallow Lane Lock. The dogs were worked in the direction of Shobnall: hares were plentiful, and the sport gave the greatest satisfaction. Warwickslire Lass was the favourite in the field, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as slipper, the meeting was as successful as could have possibly been desired. The dogs vere worked in the*<direetion of Shobnall and Sinai Park Farm, and at the latter pflace there was a splendid luncheon served at nioon, itt the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Westonn.nnder Lizard Basderville. the Rev. C. J.. Trinity Road, Birchfield. Barclay. Hanbury, Eat., Middleton Hall, Tasnuworth Buxton, J. R., E3s., Shobnall Rtoad, Burtonron-Trentn Belcher, Paul, Esq., Bridsge Street, Birtos.on.Trent. Bing, H., EsH., Stapenbhill, 1Bs1roon-os-Trent. Birser, George, iqs.. Horninglow R oud. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forser I never sawo 6°better. Post- boy and Iloyal Maid wenit very shl aS a^pilgs. 'The meet will bo at Shobnall 'Bridge to-day, at nisse o'Ccok sharp. '50 ANGLESEfY SYTKES._For all ages, at £5. lOs. Winner. £50. ; second. £20. Subscribers-only content

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