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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wakes Colne Economic history

    in the mid 16th century. 47 In 1518 it was a corn mill, but by 1540 when it was called Walkmill it was probably also a fulling mill, as it was in 1617 . 48 Fulling seems to have ceased

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    was burnt down late in the 14th century. 100 The Heathy mill south-east of the town was known as ' Walkmill ,' and belonged to Bordesley Abbey . 101 In 1272 the Prior of Maiden Bradley had in view the

    Linley LINLEY 1901

    downstream on the Linley side o f the brook. 87 It was probably Doveys mill, which stood near fields called Walkmill leasow and closed before 1765. 88 In 1770 Needhams mill stood on the same side of Linley brook but

    Parishes Dodderhill

    and Thomas Holmes in 1553 -4. 230 There are now two corn-mills on the River Salwarpe near Wychbold Court, and Walkmill Farm, further south, probably indicates the site of a former mill. In Elmbridge there is a corn-mill near Elmbridge

    Shipton Shipton Hall

    Brockton village near Mill bank . 30 There had evidently been fulling at Brockton in or before the 16th century; Walkmill green was mentioned in 1565 . 31 A market at Shipton may have been granted by Henry III .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rfl TUE RIvER BsU.-On Thursday evening last, a boy named Jamiieson, whiue cross ng the Bush watcr, between Ballyness and Walkmill, near Bushmilis, discovered the dead body of an mac jamrned against a sluice v.hich is eroutua across the river. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SYKES, r udderofield, ilk dressers. - J. NELSON, SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS.-T. LENNOX, Kinotl1o, Perthshire, agent.,- J. \VALLIAMS, Cupar, Fifesliree. - I.BANT, Walkmill, Inlvernesahire, inntheeper.-C. 51 WART. Glasgow, dyer. - P DAY, Glasgow, fish merehaamlt.-M. RiTCHIE, Dandee, clothter.-J. JOHN. STO, son. _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    best when the South Cheshire. Hounds met at the Walkmill on October 15th, and in the afternoon rain fell almost in torrents. A fairly numerous field included Mr. H. R. Corbet (the Master). Lord Dels mere, Mr. and Mrs. A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the highway commencing at the Boundary of the Township of Newhall, continuing along the highway past Lightwood Green, Bookery Farm, Walkmill Farm, to the Guide Post, thence past the Workhouses to the Guide Post of the Dodcott Farm, and thence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    till she ran them out of scent at the Stick Cover. A Hallocoole fox piloted houndß paat Brook's Mill and Walkmill, and thence they worked out the line over the Nantwich-road, but they were beaten after arriving at Combermere Park. Subscribers-only content

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