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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanley William

    Parishes Hanley WilliamHANLEY WILLIAM Hanelege, Henelege (xi cent.); Hanleg Thom, Hanlee Wyllame, Hanley (xiii cent.); Williamshanley (xiv cent.); Handley William (xvi cent.); Over Hanley (xviii cent.). The parish, which covers an area of 1,165 acres, lies principally on high

    Parishes Eastham

    now a farm-house, is an early 17th-century building of half-timber, brick, and stone. Broad Heath , which lies in Hanley William and Hanley Child , was inclosed under an Act of 1865, 12 the award being dated 1871. The whole

    Parishes Doddenham

    Turold held DODDENHAM , which had been previously held by Celmar. 11 Doddenham passed in the same way as Hanley William (q.v.) to the Earls of Gloucester and was held in 1210 -12 of the honour of Gloucester . 12

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWPORT, Francis I, of Droitwich, Worcs.

    on the south, and overlooking all the rest’, and by Elizabeth’s reign they owned also the Worcestershire manor of Hanley William. Their position seems to have come directly from the salt industry. During Edward VI’s reign John Newport, a former

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, now residing at Oxford Villa, Chester Road, Erdington, Warwickshire, lately fruiterer, now gardener, out of business. ANDREw L.NE., Hanley William, Worcestershire, blacksmnith. FF;I3EDECE MOORE, Upper Conduit Street, late Wharf Street, Leicester, boottnaker. FIRST MEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shire, lately ylvde .Road, MIanchester, travelling draper. FITRST MEETINGS AND DATES OF PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. ANmiwEw Lk-xx, of Broad Heath, Hanley William, Worcesterzhire, blacksmith. First meecing, May 16, at 2lS p.m., at 21eisrs. Hooper and WSestons, Kidder- m~ineter; publie examination, May Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    illuminated addresses and some useful p eserits, including a dining room clock, -by She parishioners -of Hanley Child and Hanley William. Worcestersbire, in reoognition of their work in those 3irisbes. WILL o0 ALDERIM&Y LzEcEa-Tbewill of AldermaIn Charles Leech, J.P., Oaklands, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The R.-T. C. Turner, M a lias been instituted to the Rec- tory, of Eastham, with the Chanelries of Hanley William, Henley Child, and Oreleton. in the county of Worcester,, and diocese of Hereford, upon the resignation of the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    admeasurement 6a. 3r. 23p LOT -i.-Five COTTAGES, with Gardens, Four in tbe re- .pective occupations of Isaac Stephenson, Joseph Hanley William 1 ishera^nd John Hanson, and one in hand. Lot 3.-AME6SU AGE, with Barn, Stable, Mistal, QjTdcn. and Yard and Subscribers-only content

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