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You searched for: Place: "Areley Kings" "Areley Kings", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Areley Kings

    Areley Kings ARELEY KINGS Ernel', Hernelia (xii cent.); Erneleie, Arleia, Armleg (xiii cent.); Arleye Kyng (xiv cent.); Kyngys Areley, Neather Arley (xvi cent.); Lower Areley, Areley Kings (xviii cent.). This small parish adjoins the more modern Stourport, which lies upon

    Parishes Astley

    Parishes Astley Astley Aestlaeh, Eslei, Heseleia (xi cent.); Astlega (xii cent.); Estle, Astleye, Astele (xiii cent.). The road from the Hundred House to Stourport forms part of the northern boundary of this picturesque parish, and a road from Stourport

    Parishes Martley with Hillhampton

    Parishes Martley with Hillhampton MARTLEY with HILLHAMPTON Mertelai (xi cent.); Merleia, Merlega, Martelega, Mardelega (xii cent.); Martele, Marklegh (xiii cent.). This extensive parish lies in a district unpenetrated by railways, 31/2 miles north of Knightwick station on the Worcester

    Parishes Hartlebury

    Parishes Hartlebury HARTLEBURY Heortlanbyrig (x cent.); Heortlabiri, Huerteberie (xi cent.); Herclebery (xii cent.); Hertlebur, Hertlebyr (xiii cent.); Herthulbury (xiv cent.); Hertylburie (xv cent.); Hartilbury, Hurtbery (xvi cent.). The parish of Hartlebury has an area of 5,355 acres. Upper Mitton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HORSES, CARPE LAGES. &c., FOiR SALE) cef. V""6E ii iy~ .1 Ian'l-. bitcicp~rnotlle quint to ri (I or eline oO 1;. lisyler, -Neitettn 1i "r~t - is c-eni. i VHS iV'A Ii ii I ni'tii to ctile, tic .bj'; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. S. PAKINGTON, ESQ., AT DUDLEY. In accordance with a written invitation from a portion of the Liberal party at Dadley, J. S. Pakington, Eiq., attended the meet- ing on Monday night last, in the Laneasterian Scool Room: and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESMEN'S ADDRESSES. COALI COAL! COA' L 111 J. GOTHARD AND COMPANY, COAL DEPARTMENT, MIDLAND RAILWAY, LAWLlY ST?,IpET Are now prevred to 8ueply' lieale end largeConsumer withthe Celeblrated Delrbyabire Sikstone Walsend Bright, also the 3wad- lizcote andother Licetershre loale, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BEST MADE ANID MOST RELIABLE HAND SEWING MACHINE $T 1 n3 $o II A E x; P E: A BR. Mefufectured and Patonted by THE ROYAL SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, The oelebrated Makers of the di- In I "R&OYA' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW BOOKS. ALnx'ss NAroa,xuisr's LzBR&.Y: ;A Handbook to? the British Mammnalia. By P. LnZDEcir.r B.EA., I K r S., &c. [Allen and Co.] We had hardly realised before reading this excellent manual how very limited is our native fauna Subscribers-only content

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