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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Nonconformity

    50 and at Wrockwardine in 1823 . 51 Wesleyans met at Allscott between 1828 and 1836 . 52 Wrockwardine and Admaston both joined the Wrockwardine Wood Primitive Methodist circuit in 1840 . 53 No nonconformists were meeting in 1851 .

    Wrockwardine Education

    a boys' school at Admaston (still open in 1879 ) and girls' schools at Admaston and Wrockwardine . 86 In 1870 there was a private girls' school at Allscott 87 and in 1885 another at Admaston . 88 From 1891

    Wrockwardine Local government and public services

    of Felons was formed between 1814 and 1818 . 57 Admaston sewage works serving that village was built 1911-12 . 58 About 1933 piped water was brought from Wellington to Admaston , Bratton , and Wrockwardine . 59 The Rushmoor

    Wrockwardinew Late 17th- Century Wrockwardine

    1856 ) a railway halt led to the emergence of Admaston as a small, locally fashionable centre, and several large houses of the 18th and 19th century, such as Admaston Hall , Oaklands , and Donnerville, bear witness to that

    Wrockwardine Economic history

    with Charlton 's northern open field. 60 There were other areas of open-field land east of Allscott , north of Admaston , 61 and between Burcot , Orleton , and Cluddley . 62 In Charlton the three main fields surrounded

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    Number (1832): 875 Lodge Number (1863): 601 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Spa Hotel, Admaston, Shropshire 1852 Bull's Head Hotel, New Street, Wellington, Shropshire 1857 Wrekin Hotel, Market Place, Wellington, Shropshire 1872 Bull's Head

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out, wtitll far-faincd Adnineten Spa rind Baths'- near Wreli HilIo-Bil minutes Great Weelern elation. Price P266.-Xir. Teboll F mi. hsrmt, Admaston, Wellington, Shropehire. o9275J COsTI teidenoe, ivrth Land. Coot Heath, solilhall, for Sarle. Post - -Addeces, for pnxtteulare, 28, Warstene Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Biddulph;- F4. Qrxszle. Bintwt-on-TLiene; TILAj I - Harpur, Barton; T. 0, Hurst, Rocester; W. Hall, d Kingsley;, T. L. Jackson, Admaston; H. IL James, Cheadle; S. m. Kirk, Brewood; J. Lloyd, Cotton I1 H. Langridge, Leigh; G. Martin, Pipe Hall; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tippin. Haselor Aloesrer. ,S A PATMF?l~4,- infrtale ittng oomand two Fled Rooms. A 5furnished: pleas.acntl aitnacedznear town eeed rail-Miss Bevran. Admaston, Wellington. 6alop. iti4O1 BANOR.-Fornisbed Reridenoa; three or sinr months; seven B rooms. Terms mnderAte.-222. Righ Street. Bangor. c2625 orhWalm,--To Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cLt o omrmonh .0.trLeTE sitinSixom be n .ab , ll StNgorth PardtwBed Rloms. A. furnished Cnnry; pleasantly eluaenrtuwatnd, rwlthn amilo Admaston, Wellington, Salop. -f A PATMENS (Frmhuse) suprior toLet; mito from King'snt '! otnSaioEgatn RefereO cs.O d r 516. Daily' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to form a junction with the portion be- * tween We1lington and Shrewsbury, of the Chester and Birmingham, near its Admaston station, to a junction with The Nautwich and Market Drayton, and another rnilway of sixteen miles from 'the latter, Subscribers-only content

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