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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hatton

    Lucy a carucate in Shrewley , 71 which became a separate manor. 72 There is no further reference to Peter in connexion with Shrewley , and by 1251 -2 the serjeanty had passed to John de Shrewley . It had

    Parishes Willoughby

    only, the fifth being returned under Woolscott ), 10 1315, 11 and 1401. 12 The Grantemesnil holding, here and at Shrewley , 13 was granted out by Henry I to Wigan , 14 to be held by serjeanty of acting

    Houses of Cistercian nuns Priory of Pinley

    were William Mareschal, who gave them half a virgate of land at Pinley ; Ernald de Bois, one carucate at Shrewley ; Robert de Tayden, a carucate in the same parish; Waleran, earl of Warwick , the tithe corn of

    Parishes Rowington Plan of Pinley Abbey . [ Plan of Rowington church ]

    and southwest) to Claverdon , one south-east to Pinley Priory, one north-west to High Cross , and one north-east by Shrewley to Birmingham . The Oxford and Birmingham branch of the Great Western Railway and the Warwick-Birmingham Canal run through

    Parishes Norton Lindsey

    referred to in 1260 . 11 From the Nevilles this mesne lordship seems to have passed with the manor of Shrewley in Hatton (q.v.) to Philip de Gayton . He died in 1316 12 and his brother and heir Theobald

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LUCY, Sir William (1353-1401), of Charlecote, Warws.

    1374 he inherited, besides Charlecote and Bodenham, the manors of Kingstone (Herefordshire), Wick Rissington (Gloucestershire), Bishampton (Worcestershire) and Shrewley (Warwickshire).[footnote]Lucy’s tenure of Shrewley from the duchy of Lancaster was a decisive factor in his career. In 1378, already a knight,

    FARNALES, John (d.c.1403), of Bridgnorth, Salop.

    outside the town: in 1387 he stood surety for a Staffordshire man taking out a lease on the manor of Shrewley, Warwickshire; early in 1388 he brought a successful action in the common pleas on behalf of the parson of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and glazier. W. Muir, Alfred place, Newington causeway, in no business. H. Morgan, Newport, Mlonmouthshire. veterinary turgeon. Mary C. Thompson, Shrewley, Warwickshire. o,.t of business. 'T. Burrel, Gerrar, street, Islington, out of business. G Terry, Maidstone, Kent, saddltr *Y. Thoiass, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '. for Sale.-Gites., Offie-fitter, 00, Dudley Street. clOGS OR10 Sale, oboist 100 eoris ofCoking Wood.-Apply to l" . J FIcN'nsirietoer, Shrewley. Stessrpjt ,436j (~ARDEIN.FRAMES igood, ohoap), two lights rind one light each. G -1, Iloothltlleiu Roast, Villa Crone. vi3 CIliDE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ) faction guaranteed.-W. Miller, Vicaragse Place, Wahealull. Sahin - OR alenese-miloh Cole caith or witilue caf-Apt,. IF 4- fO arrilale. Shrewley, W~arwick Iten minutesifrom alrtten IStation, G.W.l. __________________ _ 0.4055 1 - BIFERS Ittsirteen) for Sole; ebeee stogI atyHoet I.Ltwso Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Anxious to Know."-You can either prosecute him or sue him for the return of the money. " Aggrieved One, " Shrewley. -We do not think you can recover more than the month's wages. " Clegg. "-.() Tno nieces would take Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Massener~o Court, uloueestdrsbire. Sheep and pigs. Mcssrs. J1. Ddef. -,iietchlox, and J. Barren, Borrowash. floats: Mess.. \k. Iý in" Shrewley, and J. Betty, Keeeev. Implemients : Mr. C. Bruce Fry. Mollington, Dan~bury- Dairy pioduce, dressed poultry, and eggs: M~r. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    tithes in, lease of the farm of, 608. Wheateley Coppice, 608. Woodgrove, 608. Shotteswell , Shotswell , co. Warwick, 401. Shrewley , Shrowley , co. Warwick, 399. Shrewsbury , Duke of. See Talbot, C. Shrider , Christopher, Organ Maker to

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