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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Madeley Growth of settlement

    Severn Gorge [ 1975 ] , esp. map on p. 40; T.D.C. Ironbridge '75 [ 1975 ] ; Cossons and Sowden , Ironbridge , 16-17, 62, 84-5, 94, 102, 134; inf. from S.C.C. Planning Dept. Inf. from the archivist, T.

    Madeley Education

    577; ( 1909 ), 117, 425; ( 1937 ), 123, 477; S.C.C. Mins . (Educ.) 1906-7 , 86; Cossons and Sowden , Ironbridge , 88-9; S.R.O. 4044/93 , p. 98 (no. 1802). Baptist ch. min. bk. 1856-90 (in possession of

    Madeley Protestant nonconformity

    Nonconf. in Salop . pl. XI . G.R.O., Worship Reg . nos. 1741, 29125; Pevsner, Shropshire , 156; Cossons and Sowden , Ironbridge , 55. S.R.O. 2533/5 , Mar. 1889 , Mar. 1890 ; / 6, June 1905 . Ibid.

    Stogursey Manors Plan of Fairfield

    Tet Hill 42 and by the late 14th century the priory held c . 155 a. mainly at Monkton and Sowden . 43 The estates were evidently in Crown hands in 1438 and were handed over to Eton College in

    Parishes Shipton Oliffe and Shipton Solers

    in the south-west, where Cleevely wood by the river and Sowden wood higher up to the south-east were the largest woods, 26 and after inclosure some of it, including Sowden wood, was cleared. 27 The countryside was particularly suitable for

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, June 1717, 6-10, 06 June 1717-10 June 1717

    330. Treasury commission to Daniel Sowden to be Surveyor of the Duties on Houses loco John Weston, dismissed. (Treasury warrant to the Receiver General of said Dutie s for Co. Devon, to pay said Sowden 60 l. per an. salary

    Surnames beginning 'D'

    Edw, s; Hen, s, 46.3 Joane, ser, 35.22 John; Sar, w, 12.17 John; Deb, w, 38.4 John, hosier; Han, w; Sowden, s; Eliz, d, 81.17 Jonathan; Mary, w, 48.11 Marg, wid, 52.1 Martha, ser, 9.41 Mary, 32.14 Mary, ser, 21.5

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1731 (nos 362-436)

    paid [ apparently altered from to pay ] 4s. 6d.; *W m . Boatman to pay 4s. 6d.; Tho s Sowden paid 3s.; *John Wilmer to pay 1s. 6d.; *John Hilliard to pay 3s.; W m . Harris Excused; Christop

    Appendix, Rough Minute Books, 1669, 01 January 1669-31 December 1669

    29 Minute Book DCXXIV. p. 43. Mr. Reuse, for Windsor Works, March 29. Daniel and Berenbrook, falconers, March 29. Jo. Sowden, April 21. Custody. Exchequer ushers, May 7. Lady Harvy, May 11. Mr. Packer, May 11. Mr. Ellyot, May 19.

    Yorkshire Fines, 1592, 01 January 1592-31 December 1592

    Huntyngton als . Huntyngdon in the forest of Galtres and of 2 messuages and 2 cottages with lands there. Christopher Sowden John Aske, esq. Manor of Owstthorpe and 6 messuages and 10 cottages with lands in Owsthorpe, Estryngton, Hythe, Sandholme,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hyslop, Tokenliouse yard, imerehant. [Swain, Frederick's place. R. Johfistdn, Vaterst'reet, coal-merchant. [Smith, Great Eastcheap. Wi Smnith, Warrington XV. Sowden, Manchester, and J. Sowden, War. I ringon, cotton 'manufacturers. [Taylor, King's. Bncb walk. H. C. A. W. Pengree and J.Nold writt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Willey and Co., Leicester, woollen- drapers-W. Rushforth and Co., Br~adford, Yorkshire, ironfoanders-Idoboon and Taylor, Eccles, Lancashire, silk throwsters-Kessrs Umbers and Sowden, Stratford- niso-Avo, soic Fors-erfan and Hadow, Mincing lane, colonial brokers- FiserWatonandScrvenr, allng tretwholesale milliners-P. M'Cleverty andSon Asito~niderLyU, pnna~roJ.L. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Archer I Sir G. GiCetwyna's Quilt, 3 pr, 3 st 1215. ...... Wooi 2 Mr. Sadler's Incendiery, aged 9st ..........a Sowden 3 Paeillac ( (Mqrgan) Cirrus (J. Oeborne), Ienry V. (Jessop), and Sarcsas filly (Fagan 3 also ran.-Bettirg: 11 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for presentsl Terra-cotta, for P'ainting,- Stumped Eartlesem- ware Tvteaures.-Alfred Dunn. opposite P'ielshcMaSes, Aloor St. 122 EIOXO Sale, tw analoar)to Ticl; Sowden and Trofuthm, indee I toast toe s;oult by . W ila~_trtn, Lofzerlluhanpsea 1 4Nve be-, A91979, ofthe he l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ualnhrm 4 Mr. Tenspoate lineebbu-ro, l yre., .... Iacddse~l a Mr. J. B:irbers t's Utnl!ltion. 3 yr,., .et. tib. . Sowden) ti Mr. lliggios nd. Harry Stanley, 3 yrs., 4 t. 121°b ...... (Crook) 7 Bettiag: . to 4 agat Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Christopher Ripley [Ripley] Role: witness Details: male; 40; junior Employment: woollen weaver Location: Rillington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Scampston (Scampston) : chapelry Participant: John Carr [Carr] Role: witness Details: male; 68; yeoman Location: Bradford, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sowdens (Sowden) : undefined


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