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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cheslyn Hay

    Cheslyn Hay CHESLYN HAY The civil parish of Cheslyn Hay , formerly an extraparochial liberty, lies two miles south of Cannock , and shares with it a boundary formed by the Wyrley Brook. To the east and north-east it is

    Great Wyrley

    Great Wyrley GREAT WYRLEY The civil parish of Great Wyrley , formerly a township and constablewick within the ancient parish of Cannock , lies mainly south of Watling Street except where the Wash Brook , the joint boundary of

    Hospitals Freeford, St Leonard

    Hospitals Freeford, St Leonard 24. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . LEONARD, FREEFORD The leper hospital of St. Leonard , Freeford (in St. Michael 's, Lichfield ), was in existence by the mid 13th century. It may have been founded

    Shareshill

    Shareshill SHARESHILL Shareshill is a small parish lying six miles north of Wolverhampton , an equal distance south from Penkridge , and three miles south-west from Cannock . It is mainly agricultural and as yet almost untouched by the

    Cannock Churches, schools and charities

    Cannock Churches, schools and charities Churches There was a chapel at Cannock by the 12th century. 1 It was probably founded as a dependency of Penkridge collegiate church, 2 and by the later 12th century it was attached to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1Rp~iTI T1I1 LOND9N GAZETTES Tuesdlay, iclo0ber 1. OFFICE OF ORPDNANCH, SEIirototit 23. lloyal rtitery-First Lc-ot. J. Duschamps, to he Sicrond Capt. vice XV3ynne, retired: ol half-cay: Second Lieut C. A. BFtt ur, :o h,- Sir-,t l.itat vice Deschampni Stcoed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. SEDUCTION AND DEATH OF THE TiCTim.-At York, on Saturday, an action was brought by a person named Wilkinson against another of the same name, his cousin, to recover damages for the loss which he had sustained in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L()NON NGAZETTE. (From Las Nitlbs P3 zelte.) t BANKIIUPTS. e LFOS' (3AssoPr, trading as L. GLIskOff and Coj, 20, St. Dun. a stan's Hill, London, and 49, larnsdale Road, St. Peter's Park, t Middlesex. ANcroNIo YONAU1O JMsrvitz SPRVAeNDO COPF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CANNOCK, 4 41,., VPA1- is PO110F CounT.-At the Police Court, yesterday- Y) before Lord Hatherton and Messrs. E. Gilpin and t. F. V. Forster -.Charles Trubshaw, of Cannock, c d butcher, was fined 15s., including costs, for assault- rs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~'~iK.~OVI.S Wnted brss Bed.-Address, stating - ~S iire~ra Wate, al szes weiBasOnt~d. Cheap.- ' ~oeyh lfrd Ilook, Ala Irewey, lil Street, Dua-- 'I c6102 (a goad11 Second-hand) Wanted, aft. or 9f1%. Ar., M.Daily Post. C6109 (-WI (god)Wanedabout 15 bands,-Apply, Subscribers-only content

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