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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Wolverhampton , St Peter

    They also held from Samson a hide probably in Wolverhampton , a virgate in Bushbury , and a virgate in Trescott . In all, their estates were said to be worth £6 a year. 17 Of the rest of Wulfrun's

    Colleges Tettenhall , St Michael

    s . 11 d . The lands lay in Tettenhall , Autherley, Pendeford , Wergs , Compton , Perton , Trescott , Bilbr ook , Wrottesley, Wightwick, Oaken , and Codsall . 98 A few weeks later Wrottesley disposed of

    Public Education Schools

    unsatisfactory and overcrowded.(21) Closed 1925 (1) on completion of alterations at Upper Thomas St . Council Sch.(21) TRESCOTT COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Nortfield.(27) Trescott Rd. Council Sch. opened 1931 by Birm. C.B.C. Accom. 768 JM, I. Northfield Masonic Hall Temporary Council

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,246. DoRcu;ESTER.-Sturt, 266 ; S leridan, 255. TIVoolff, 10. DovE R.-Dickson, 1,032; Freshfield, 1,017. Beury, S6D; Soeith, 384. DuDosIT.-Sheridan, 509. Trescott, 270. EirNDulsoi.-M'Laiweu, 4,354; M oncrieth, 4,148'. Black', 3,797; liller, 3,721. EvEsccrAc.-Bourne, 175; Holland, 124. Harris, S9. FRotE.-Rawlinson, 200. Wichheain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. ire. W)OLVERHAMPTONT. Pl meCourt, William Cheadle (19) wvas chre ihseln m fe 6z, of bread and Soz. of meat. On. Sunday night th I L pri.soanear was, fousid near, to tooe rooms occupied by the eal foiss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fire, which resulted in considerable destruction of property, broke out in a barn in the occupation of Mr. Eigga, farmer, Trescott, a tenant of Lord Wrottesley. It appears that about seven o'clock on the morning in question fi ed workmen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bring it to Mr. Hemming, Wyke's Buildings, Rupert Street. will be Rewarded. coct OUND, on Thursday, the 2nd inst, near Trescott, F a Silk UbMBRLLA.-Can be obtained by giving description aned paying expenses to Joseph Mipkins, Auctioneer, Priscea End. c305 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to enable him to bring the necessary witnesses. ROBBING A STEPFATHER.-At the County Police Coust, yesterday, Jane Simpson (15), of Trescott, was charged with stealingfroma cash-box, yesterday morning, 2..10s., money belonging to her stbpfather. The case was proved by her Subscribers-only content

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