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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sheen SHEEN 1994

    village beyond Townend has a barn with a date stone inscribed is 1666, and there was a house at Newfield east of Townend by 1677 and probably by 1615 . 20 There was settlement at Drumbus north-west of Townend by

    Hemingbrough South Duffield

    Haymoors wood. The open-field land included Mill and West fields by 1606 , Worm field by 1685 , 50 and Townend and Far fields by the 18th century. 51 At final inclosure in 1834 , 52 under an Act of

    Walsall Public services

    adopted the Artizans and Labourers Dwellings Improvement Act of 1875 and proceeded with the rebuilding of the slum area around Townend Bank, 'peopled by the lowest and most depraved of the community'; 120 houses, with a population of 592, were

    Walsall The growth of the town CENTRAL WALSALL 1876 WALSALL (Southern part) 1974 WALSALL (Northern part) 1974

    from the bridge to Townend , and there was evidently settlement in it by the end of the 14th century; 54 the earliest known mention of it by name, however, is in 1462 . 55 Townend occurs by name in

    Alstonefield Longnor

    Crewe and Harpur Arms by 1818 . There was formerly an inn, called the White Horse by 1794 , at Townend on the west side of the market place. 78 Longnor remained important as a market centre in the 19th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ye Glossop, ddydd SAdwrn diweddaf. Preswyliai mewn ti, yr hwn oedd yn cynwys dwy ystafell, yn Milltown, ddyn o'r eaw Townend, taie a dengain aed; march yr oedd yn byw gyda hi, o'r enw Dorothy Stafford ; a dwy ferch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trimming-oaker. Attorreea .-r. ThoMmais, Bnsioghall-sireet. B. Martin, Muiddlesex-treet, Wltitechapel. victualler. Attoruee. Mr. Criose, Hatfield-street, Black rriars-road. R. aud J. It. Townend, Mitr#-coert, Fetirltirei-streer merchants. Attorney, Mr. Hackett, New-court, St. Switlini'-lane, Lzin- bardeat~reet. - P. J. Oauitrtin, Cbturch-street, 9oho-sqnare, sihversmith orn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paper-manolfaczrer, W. Sager, Chaddierton, Lancashire, merchant. L'. Saver, j n., Chadderton, LIancashire, merchant. E. Snger, sen., (lhadderton, Lancashire, merchliat. R. 'Townend, Exeter, grrcer. PRICE OF STOCKS ON SATUaDsA. 3 per Cent. Rt+cl ..........e.. dH SperCent.Consols 72 7147', K's Commonurication is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Crompton, silk- throw- sters ; Oxford-road Twist Company, spinners and power-loom weavers; Curtis and Parr (late Dyer), card-makers; and Townend and Hickson's warehouse. 'These various visits occupied considerable time, during the whole, of which the curiosity of the crowd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new, a blue striped silk neckerchief, white stockings, yellow kid goves, and short boots, a new hat, maker's name " Townend, Cheapside and Regent street." He had with him a small yellow stick, with the handle much bitten, and his Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Vintry Ward, The 3 precincts of St James Garlickhithe, -

    William 2.60 13.00 0.30 25.00 Gurnett , Thomas 3.00 15.00 0.60 50.00 Wiblin , - (Widow) 3.20 16.00 0.00 0.00 Townend , John 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Cooke , Alexander 1.80 9.00 0.30 25.00 Hoyse , John 5.20 26.00 1.20

    Crosthwaite and Lyth

    John Parnter, Whitebeck; James Rowlandson; Danson, Townend; John Philipson, Barkbooth; Henry Newby, Mirkhow; and the house late Chr. Parnter at Low. Fourth form . Mr. Knipe, Dawsonfold; Will m Ormandy, Churchtown; Jas. Briggs, Townend; John Dickinson, Churchtown; W m Rowlandson,

    Supplementary Records, Grasmere

    and every part of the common and county bridge called and known by the name of Stock Bridge near Grasmere Townend at the entrance into Grasmere Field, a great part thereof is now fallen down and the remainder being in

    Index, T, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    . See Tucker. Townend . See Towneshend. Towneshend (Townend), Alice, 438 (4 m. 13). -, Eleanor widow of Sir Robert, 438 (4 m. 5). - (Touneshend), John, s. and h. of Roger, 1123 (1). - (Townesende, Townend), Rob., 438 (4

    Yorkshire Fines, 1602, 01 January 1602-31 December 1602

    HILARY TERM , 44 ELIZABETH . Richard Townend Thomas Waterhouse, senr., and Thomas Waterhouse, his son and heir apparent Messuage and 5 cottages with lands in Overhoyland, Netherhoyland, Hymingfeild, and Wombwell. Richard Townend William Rokby, esq., and Katherine his wife,

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

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    Date: 1671 - 1671 People & Places Participant: JohnLord [Lord] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): Town End (Townend) : undefined Participant: RichardByron [Byron] Role: appellate Details: male; Baron of Rochdale; knight Employment: Farmer of tithes within the


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