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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Streethay with Fulfen STREETHAY WITH FULFEN 1986

    to Lichfield . 5 In 1983 Streethay was amalgamated with Alrewas to form Alrewas with Streethay civil parish. 6 This article deals with Streethay and Fulfen before the boundary changes of the 20th century. Streethay 's western boundary was marked

    List of maps and plans

    1887-8 edn.) " 254 23. Hammerwich 1987 . Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" ( 1921-38 edns.) " 260 24. Streethay and Fulfen 1986 . Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" ( 1883-7 edns.) " 274 25. Wall and Pipehill

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    remained 3,475 a. until 1934 when it was enlarged to 3,597 a. (1,456 ha.) by the addition of part of Streethay on the east. 3 Further adjustments to the eastern boundary in 1980 reduced the area to 1,403 ha. 4

    Lichfield Domestic buildings and communications

    access to the city easier for coal carts. 39 On the Burton road Trent Valley Road and its continuation into Streethay replaced the route along Burton Old Road and part of the former Ryknild Street. 40 Several relief roads have

    Lichfield The 19th century LICHFIELD 1989

    the opening of the Trent Valley Railway from Stafford to the Birmingham-London line at Rugby , the station was in Streethay , over a mile from the city centre. A station was provided in the centre in 1849 when the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    form.' At ]3eaudesert, Mr. J. Darling has some beasts affected, and 'Mr. Suttonl, of 3Gentleshaw, is also a sufferer. At Streethay, Mr.1folland e has eighteen out of twenty beasts affected, while Dr. ,Stubbs, of Curhorough, has one. At Brook Hay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bagley Road. . c711 CGOOlf (good PlFhi Wanted, who understands dairy work. Good sefereness required. Good wages given.-Apply, Mts. Holland, Streethay IHacut, iehhlel, 1 c614 POOKC (experieisceal) Wanted, immediately. Muset understand &Jeonps, &Otrdrozrgome &e. Wales £18. to £20., everythhig found. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rugeley: ames William Gardner, VilliamJohnLandor, WVilliamOrgdil, andDavid Woodroffe. Swinfen and Packington: Richard Edward Burrows. Shenstone: George Hodgkins and John Booth. Streethay: James Booth.* Tamhorn: Thomas Booth. Wall: Henry Bradburne. Weeford: Herbert Benion. Whittington: Daniel Neville and Rev. William Henry Kay". Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also the carcase of a pig belonging to Arthur Porter, in the garden of Mrs: Hannah Brooks, Trent Valley House, Streethay, with a view of ascertaining whether the animals were affected withcontagious affection. All the bodies must be reburied immediately Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sentenced to twenty-one days' hard labour. ASSA&ULT ON A WowsA_-;-At the same court, Richard Sleath (17), labourer, T~rent Valley Cottages, Streethay, Lichfield, was charged with attempting to commit a criminal assault on Sarah Jane Shaw, a domestic servant, in the Subscribers-only content

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