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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Preen

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Preen 4. THE PRIORY OF PREEN Preen is first clearly mentioned as a cell of Wenlock in 1244 , 1 but the Prior of Wenlock had a claim to land in Preen from

    Hughley Hughley in the 18th Century

    Hughley HUGHLEY The Village of Hughley stands c . 6 km. westsouth-west of Much Wenlock . Its small rural parish (448 ha., 1,105 a.) is c . 3 km. from north-east to south-west and c . 1.5 km. wide.

    Houses of Cluniac monks Abbey , later Priory, of Wenlock

    Houses of Cluniac monks Abbey , later Priory, of Wenlock 5. THE ABBEY , LATER PRIORY, OF WENLOCK The only pre-Conquest religious house in Shropshire was St. Milburga's monastery at Wenlock , and this had given way to a

    Religious houses Introduction RURAL DEANERIES IN 1535 AND MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    Religious houses Introduction RELIGIOUS HOUSES Only one monastic house was founded in Shropshire before the Norman Conquest and this, the double monastery of Wenlock , had abandoned regular observance and become a purely collegiate establishment before the 11th century.

    Cardington CARDINGTON c. 1840

    Cardington CARDINGTON About 1831 Cardington parish comprised the townships of Broome , Cardington , Chatwall and parts of Frodesley and Langley , Comley and part of Botvyle , Enchmarsh , part of Gretton , Lydley Hayes , Plaish ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'TOLETflN~PFTBLIO-HOUSES, &0, ~y Olo-T Le, prttyOut-door fleslorbone, vitat all LL eteemet ns thlsg o~lvilouse, plgge'riC5 and Iag iSthfitO n5'estrance iend porch.- Aptil~2, 1,erl~tthiS, ~~l~l~O Le itnracked On goo S DdlytoLettsn1 ea~slw fo~t afnts onycuse of tesig-Ch11 dhadstwc in 06 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIR A. HICKMAN AND THE CANAL COMPANY. Yesterday the Court of AppeA consisting of the Master of the Rolls and Lords Justices Fry and Lopes, bad before them the appeal of the ]iirmingham Caal Navigation proprietors from a judgment Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : DISTRICT NEWS. I I WARWICK. ALLEGED FRA11S.-At the Borough Police Coort yesterday, James Snowdon, described as a commercial h traveller, was charged with obtaining goods, which weren advertised for sale in the Exchknge and Mart, by false M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - LONDON GAZETTE.-FEBRUARY 2. THEE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1,833 AND 1890. RECETVDPG ORDFYRS ALFEDtR IL, Chapel Ash, Wolverbalptitaf, fishmonger and poulterer. pErtT Mooarm, Barkbarrow Mills, near Ulverston, woollen man' factorer. Wae. WwroHT., 11-ok Street, lately, Queen Street, Orrel!, Lanca- shire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHROPSHiIRE ASSIZES. The criminal business of these assizes was brought to a close at Shrewvsbury yesterday ; before Lord Chief Justice Coleridge. The following prisoners pleaded guilty and were sentenced:-Jesse Bentley Phillips (G2), ! drysalter, to obtaining 2s., at Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    David Cadwallader, 20/7/1822

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 192747 Linked to person: Cadwallader, David 1795-1822 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Cadwallader Forename David Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 20/7/1822 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location

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