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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hartlebury

    Hartlebury , near the Stour and the Worcestershire and Staffordshire Canal , are the ironworks of Messrs. Baldwin , Limited. Torton , on the north-east of the parish, was the 'Torchinton' named in a 13th-century charter as one of the

    Tortington FORD AND TORTINGTON c. 1875

    S.M.R. 4434. Ibid. 2006 . e.g. W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 47691; cf. Norden , Suss. Map ( 1595 ), which names Torton in the N. and Tortington in the S. as if indicating separate settlements at priory and ch. For manor

    Townships Turton

    commonly; Thurton , 1277; Terton alias Torton , 1282. This township, with an area of 4,614 acres, extends in a north and north-west direction for nearly 5 miles. A large part of the centre is occupied by lofty moorlands, known

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Botolph Aldgate (part), Hartshorn Brewhouse

    , Thomas 2.60 13.00 0.30 25.00 Wilkin , John 2.60 13.00 0.30 25.00 Acre , James 4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Torton , - (Widow) 3.00 15.00 0.30 25.00 Ask , - (Widow) 2.40 12.00 0.00 0.00 Caunt , Walter 4.00

    Index, N, O, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    of. See Butler. Orrell : Captain or Lieutenant, a follower of Lord Monteagle, 46. George, 44. Mr., of Turto n (Torton), Lanc., a priest, 168. , brothers of, 166. Orsino (Orsine), Verginio, Duke of Bracciano. See Bracciano. Orsse , 347.

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. George I (1714-27)

    Johannis Cook, baker Johannes Richardson, pinner, fil. Christopheri Richardson, pinner Johannes Jackson, innholder, fil. Thom Jackson, innholder Edwardus Torton, painter, fil. Aquilae Torton (Turton), joyner Johannes Williamson, barber, fil. Johannis Williamson, barber Thomas Dawson, generosus, fil. Petri Dawson, generosi Thomas

    Index, Q-Z

    Toppyn , Toppinge, Toppyng, Ambr. 263; Geo. 9, 27, 45, 47, 57; Joh. 45, 199, 263; Will. 1, 9, 47 Torton , see Turton Tottington , Ric. 107, 152; Sam. 152, 185 Towel , Sam. 243 Towenson , Jos. 236

    State Papers, 1657, January (3 of 4), 01 January 1657-31 January 1657

    Pellet upon oath saith, that at the time of the battery there was no person present, but William Gratwick of Torton; and that the said Pellet used not a word of provocation to Francis Woodcocke, nor to the said Henry;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tlesday, Septen-lber 28. WVar-Office, Sept. 28.-Coldstrearn Regiment of Foot Guards: A. Spittall M.D., to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Phippas, deceased. A(tunirsalty, Sept. 14.-Corps of Rtoyal Marines: Gent.-Caedt E. B. Hilt to be Sec. Lieut. Bankrupts.-W. Smith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fe t.' A 1TfLLERY DURL AT. RAIIA MLl w TheAlci~nriacorrespondent, of thre Tinies, telegrahngii yesterdsd, s4Ay :-"1 Tins aftersioct ~the Torton g uns frM thi our 'airld !the' 'eb'my' batthetie exahnged, complrInen,'ts rev 4he fiiivj'fbin'hoh'eldc bring excellent. 'Our guins, wean' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Gardener.-Wanted, an einerzetic ~yoiung Man,' Rei CB about 22, Most be vvell up in both duties.-Apply, perorsonlly, Ito Rl. Torton, 82, Snow lHill. c9459 (ROOM sind Gordener..---untv.roetll are fn witlh. G o5 ot children.-Apply, Mr. Wilmore, Surgeon, Walooll. e4OOl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before.- M.azDison's, 13, asnnon Strect. c636 EURSF Itcqnres Situation, to children emit of arms; respeothbla un ago 18.-Address, B. Horton, Torton. Hmrtlebury, cI62 - URSEHAID.-Wanted. respectable Girl, 14 or 29. Two child. N5 ren.-Apply, 2, Rose Villa, Kiug's Heath. c819- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    luntie.-Edgbastou Registry, 46, Cherry Slreet. ellIS IsEWINGM.AID (aso): thorsogh dressmaker. Good references.- I Address, with particulars, earn of Miss Hunt, Torton. near Hasrtlnbury. c149 1JlTUATION asChamber d rafrs ahmbermaidccmbined 13 Wanted, bs- rotectbe engPmn.Good reference-Ad- dress, E. M., Northa-WestrnHteStfor.edt ~2ITUIATION Subscribers-only content

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