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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ullenhall

    Parishes UllenhallULLENHALLUllenhall , which lies west of Henley-in-Arden , was made a separate ecclesiastical parish on 27 June 1861 , including Aspley , Forde Hall , and Mockley, all of which were formerly separate manors. Aspley , with

    Parishes Oldberrow

    Worcestershire 2 until 1896, when it was transferred to Warwickshire , into which county it penetrated, between Morton Bagot and Ullenhall , as a narrow strip some 3 miles long by about 1/2 mile wide. The land slopes from 513

    Alien houses Priory of Wootton Wawen

    priory were several parcels of land at Ullenhall , in this parish, by Robert de Stafford ; a mill at Henley in Arden , by Henry de Montfort; lands at Mockley and Ullenhall , by Robert de Chaucombe; a virgate

    Parishes Henley-in-Arden

    1698 gave a yearly rent-charge of 12 s . out of a cottage at Ullenhall to be distributed in bread to the poor of Henley and Ullenhall equally. John Hemming by will dated 28 Feb. 1683 (-4) gave the yearly

    Barlichway hundred

    townships which owed suit to this court were Alveston , Clopton , Fulbrook , Hatton , Luddington , Shottery , Ullenhall , Bishopton , Ruin Clifford , Henley-in-Arden , Loxley , Tiddington , Wilmcote parva, Bridgetown , Drayton , Hampton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOUNTFORT (MONTFORT), William I (d.1452), of Coleshill in Arden, Warws.

    3rd Lord Montford (d.c.1369) of Beaudesert, through whose generosity he inherited the manors of Remenham (Berkshire) and Monkspath, Ilmington and Ullenhall in Warwickshire, although the principal Montfort estates passed to the descendants of Lord Montfort’s legitimate daughter, namely, Sir Baldwin

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ans 3i u ither will earry a lady * warranted sound. uad can be strongly dii recommcehed.-Apply, J. Leels, 0otolmatn, Ullenhall, near Henley- so. 'rlo inc-Aden, Ii654 As 306 ONY (Horse), 12 hands nso 7; quiet to rids or drive; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. S. Owven) ; Baptist Sunday School, Alcester I (:r Mr. 1 . W. Whitehead) ;tlowers, fruit,and vegetables, i from Ullenhall Cottagers' Flower Show (per Mr. J. )V. e Cockle) ; and People's Chapel, Great King Street (per Mr. r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barrows and Stawaxii. Baribury. X I not. Both engines :30B I 55s. 0577 1dress, hine. and Alu 1131-4 c9271 rs' Ullenhall, ?Ielll JA .,??vsof i.-Arden. C91480 x0lstOn __,9, -rlumbars,?Wfforchants, find Factors.-A fair mar- ?,ears' ][4]N2M ET Water Cocha and Fittings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ehee li,-llarrows ansi Steward, B ankury. e26 Nt'IN] (Portable) and Thueshing Machine. and Maynard's EN'hsadf Engine, for Sale, cheap.-A. Winters, Ullenhall, Henley- in-Arden. cP.t f ?.gNGH4EEttS, of Steam ausd Water Codes and lOittisegs In niock. Orders promlitly attended to. Wortmatsslsip Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    back to Bridgnorth again. BAIm HasR&T PoLrCn Coun.-At this court, yesterday-before Messrs. Hawkes, Stock, and Gilbert- John Mayo, College Farm, Ullenhall, Knowle, was summonedforallowingahorseto be worked whilst in an unfit state. On the 26th ult. the horse was sent to Subscribers-only content

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