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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Deuxhill Deuxhill in 1882

    d . chief rent for a Deuxhill property 30 that he had acquired with the neighbouring manors of Glazeley and Wadeley in the later 1520s. 31 For much of its recorded history since the early 16th century the manor evidently

    Parishes Great Faringdon

    of Thame in or about 1270. 150 The manor was already known by its later name of WADLEY 151 ( Wadeley , xiii cent.; Wadele, Wadle, Wadelee, xiv cent.), and in 1291 the land of the abbey of Stanley was

    Index K-Z

    selling Viroconium Cornoviorum , Voluntary Aid Detachments (V.A.D.) , volunteers , see army Vosper, D. F. , Baron Runcorn , Wadeley (in Glazeley ) , Wadlow : Miss A. J., Miss G., Hen., T. J., waggonways , see tramways and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. Garrett, atti J. Ileard, Mtanchesterl; so far no regords H. A. Garrctt-W. Proctor and J. ltulgato, Bradford, Yorkshtire, drapers-T, Wadeley and W. Wolloxall, Ktidderminster, curriers--J. and 0. NV'. Simomonds, Souothaimpton row, Bloonmsbury squart, goldsmitiisP.. Merry, jun., artd T. Everett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. Siottram resx iSSingle dishi rouind potatees; let, ft. P. Yates. Siiigle dish ispt a kidney ditto Ire, B. V.1 Wadeley ;2ird, VN. B1. Aileyr. c uirceo ncubers; let, L. Klaniu; 2 nd, IV. E.Wie.w Three beadls cauliflowers ; let, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the men on strike in the attenes Dudley district, Perhaps one hundred worrking tieo attenided the meeting, over which John Wadeley Was cIlledotopreside The deputation consisted of Messrs. James Jackson, Beech, Mole, and Foy, all of whom addressed the meeting. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the rules. Last week only Wadeley asked to be allowed to set a man on. He tol him lie might do so, but must tell him the ride of thle colliery in respect to notice.- Wadeley: Did I not express Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    satisfactorily proved that this rule is fully carried out at fthis pitis, thus to give and akeasotceOne of the deedants (Wadeley) pleads thi o-laiiythst c; n nny humble opinion th eiecgieagisthmvrmusstrengthens this aruetIndette he oe cuittal. The clerk of the Subscribers-only content

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