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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Thomas near Stafford

    72 gave estates in Reule (in Bradley ) and Apeton (in Gnosall ). 73 The canons never seem to have obtained effective possession of Reule, 74 but the manor of Apeton was retained until the Dissolution. 75 In the Taxation

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Ranton

    of Grandborough . 33 In the 1330s the priory was granted licences to acquire property in Dilhorne , Stafford , Apeton (now in Church Eaton ), and Hadnall ( Salop .). 34 The internal life of the priory in the

    Castle Church

    of Castle, the Green in Forebridge , Rowley , the Lees , and Burton as well as from Bradley , Apeton , Billington , Littywood , Longnor , and The Reule (all in Bradley ), Coppenhall , Dunston , Stretton

    Index A - K

    earl of Lichfield , 235 as Vct. Anson, 94, 161, 279 fam., 93 Antonine Itinerary , 37 Antrim (Irel.), 242 Apeton (in Church Eaton ), 262 apothecaries , 91, 121-2, 124-5, 130, 133, 289 chemists, 81 Arblaster , Ric., 145


    1658), 13; Wm. (fl. 1768), 160;- (fl. 1780), 158 Anson , Vct., see Anson, Thos. Anzelark , Revd. Rob., 96 Apeton , see Bradley Appleyard , E., 67 Arblaster , Jas., 60; R. G., 177 Archer , Mary, 44 Armishaw

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ist ted WaS Wedenesday, Mlay 12 Onss lMossdlY the 10th James Wraith e atit sith a witsiess to Wakeficld market. Apeton callcd upou him, and lie observed when lie called that he had a second-best hat on, and that when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of barley, sold to the defendant, a maltster, of Stafford, on the 19th of Navember last, by Mr. Bailey, of Apeton, near Church Eaton, a friend of, and by the instrraction of, the plinItiff. it was proved that lbs barley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y"c! ' tre et bucicoos boes tile I dlistrict. Long lease, Iu-coming £500.; partet cnremin-In-todericki mPHE ,Nes enn, Wainwrizlit Street; Apeton M-San~or. --A welt-knuown I.. Tavern, with modern bar. Sspaceous premtises. lirowile weekly. Loose 20 years. Rount very low. In-couming Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York Bense, I-arn, Road. Seiaehhrcoc, cZ02 { I ilL cd country) Wanted: two in family; n o oshncbr-jD.j M'orris, Iiraper, Apeton Cross. CZ (IliL )rezpc-alhlel Wanted, to cc. ast in c-ole cod nousesaork-c - G er~tlam'stii omg Itonee, alP, Scummner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *~ LIS6 stIL uTE~ ONe FIIDA'I, &an AUGUST, AT 10 A.M. N LSENTLTR HN~sa ON T1tE SAblE DAY. MEETROPOLITA-N LETI ULY OMPANY (LI MI TE D. ~~ ~ ~ 1W EtC. EA'2H. ~B[ITNG 49.100 (Rtl5NARtY t4AtS N 10PLYPI YOMI~tIS' Subscribers-only content

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