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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and other figures

    List of maps and other figures LIST OF MAPS AND OTHER FIGURES The figures were drawn by K. J. Wass from drafts by R. C. Hill (Figs. 13-20), R. Perren (Figs. 21-2), and P. A. Stamper (Figs. 1-12). Fig.

    Stirchley Churches

    Stirchley Churches CHURCHES. Stirchley church, not recorded until 1238, 16 had been built, as architectural evidence shows, by the 12th century. It is possible that, like those of Great Dawley , Malinslee , and Priorslee , the church was

    Dawley Manors and other estates

    Dawley Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. The manor of GREAT DAWLEY , sometimes styled Dawley Pantulf, 90 was considered a member of Wellington manor and was held by Grim at some time before 1086. In 1086

    Lilleshall Communications

    Lilleshall Communications COMMUNICATIONS. Two important thoroughfares served the parish from an early period. Watling Street formed its southern boundary, and in 1398 the canons of Lilleshall claimed that hospitality to travellers along it was a serious drain on their

    Lilleshall Growth of settlement 17th- Century Lilleshall

    Lilleshall Growth of settlement GROWTH OF SETTLEMENT. Until the late 18th century the population was concentrated in the villages of Lilleshall , Honnington , Muxton , and Donnington . There were 22 recorded inhabitants in 1086 . 40 By

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHETWYND, Walter (d.1638), of Grendon, Warws.; later of Ingestre, Staffs.

    CHETWYND, Walter (d.1638), of Grendon, Warws.; later of Ingestre, Staffs. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1584 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1586 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1604 Staffordshire 1614 Ofifces Held J.p. Salop from c.1592, Staffs. by 1596; commr. musters, Staffs. 1601, sheriff 1607-8; mayor, Newcastle-under-Lyme 1613-14. Biography

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Wn~pblic Anumm~to.ca E ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM.-THTIS G rgfLJ g, " rv u X B 1I A S, w in which 3rlr. George -arthe erfitrotanco to conclude with the .TlE SLEEIING BEAUTY.' Lower Boxes. 3s.; -Vl~ ro.:Pit Ii ;Gallery. Gd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERHAMPTON. METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS BY A COMMITTEEGOF THE BRITISH. ASSOCIATION. It may be remembered that at the meeting of the British Association last year at Oxford, a resolution was passed appointing the following members of the Royal Society Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BANERUPTCY APPOINTMENTS. FRIDAY, MAY It. J. Willetts, Dudley Wood, builder, last examination and dis..... 11 r. WV. 1)aevsol, Newcastle, cottons pinner, adjd. dlvidi*Ld ...... 11 I. A. Iliclklie. Birminghaum, ferstsitti g ..........................t 11 It. Masoln, 0ilihury, walmalster, first sittillg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAINLESS DENTISTRY. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, M., ESKELL DFNIIST, 39, BENNETF' HILA, EX1'A fICTS TEETH WITHOUT PAIN, RiSE OR THE USE OF CHLOROFORM. J PR., FSHELL continues to sup y ARTIOICIAl . H TENTH, oa usual with latcel Prlteu4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fYAM~, AND aoST BOYS' CLOrHING, N L 2t,22. 23, NEW sTBROT, BlZIMMN HAH.f The first Establishment in the Kingdom for every descriptlfol ot Young Gentlemen's Attire framn the ageof five to eilghteen. Tho extensive 8how Romnn aol Fittias-on itooma Subscribers-only content

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