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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Madeley Communications Madeley 1849

    Madeley Communications COMMUNICATIONS. The Severn was early the county's main artery of trade, 50 on which barges and the larger trows were in use by the early 15th century. 51 By the earlier 17th century there was a community

    Madeley Growth of settlement

    Madeley Growth of settlement GROWTH OF SETTLEMENT. There were 6 villeins, 4 bordars, and 4 serfs in the manor in 1086 , 20 and 11 inhabitants paid the 1327 subsidy. 21 In 1642 the adult population was 330 or

    Madeley Coalbrookdale, Coalport and Ironbridge

    Madeley Coalbrookdale, Coalport and Ironbridge MADELEY INCLUDING COALBROOKDALE, COALPORT, AND IRONBRIDGE Communications, p. 23. Growth of Settlement, p. 27. Social and Cultural Activities, p. 32. Manor and Other Estates, p. 35. Economic History, p. 40. Local Government, p. 56.

    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS For permission to reproduce material in their copyright, custody, or possession and for the loan of prints, thanks are offered to Aerofilms Ltd. (plate 31), the British Waterways Board (plate 8), Dr. I.

    Benthall BENTHALL 1938

    Benthall BENTHALL Benthall lies on the right bank of the Severn facing the town of Ironbridge . 77 The former parish is largely rural, but in earlier centuries its extensive reserves of coal, ironstone, limestone, and clay were exploited,

    Madeley Social and cultural activities

    Madeley Social and cultural activities SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES. Early records of secular social activities in the parish are those of perennial efforts to suppress tippling, gaming, and desecration of the Lord's Day. 62 In the 1660s and 1670s

    Madeley Manor and other estates

    Madeley Manor and other estates MANOR AND OTHER ESTATES. In the earlier 8th century Sigward, a follower ( comes ) of King Ethelbald of Mercia, is said to have held 3 hides of land at MADELEY by charter. Between

    West Ham Rivers, bridges, wharfs and docks STRATFORD c . 1930

    West Ham Rivers, bridges, wharfs and docks RIVERS, BRIDGES, WHARFS, AND DOCKS. Rivers. Much that has been written about the river Lea in relation to Waltham Holy Cross 1 is relevant also to West Ham . The old Lea

    Madeley Economic history Coalbrookdale

    Madeley Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. Agriculture. In 1086 there was woodland for fattening 400 swine, one of the largest tracts in the county. 5 In the 12th century the men of Madeley enjoyed pannage with other common rights, defined

    Much Wenlock MUCH WENLOCK 1901 MUCH WENLOCK ECCLESIASTICAL REMAINS 1820 Wenlock Abbey : the hall in 1820 MUCH WENLOCK IN THE 17TH CENTURY Much Wenlock : The Church of Holy Trinity Much Wenlock : Holy Trinity Church in 1820 .

    Much Wenlock MUCH WENLOCK Communications, p. 401. Growth of Settlement, p. 403. Social and Cultural Activities, p. 413. Manors and Other Estates, p. 416. Economic History, p. 422. Local Government, p. 433. Public Services, p. 435. Churches, p. 436.

    Broseley BROSELEY IN 1620 BROSELEY IN 1902 Broseley wood: the tobacco pipe works of William Southorn & Co., King Street , probably in the later 19th century Broseley : Birch Meadow Sunday School in 1864 .

    Broseley BROSELEY The name Broseley probably means 'woodland clearing of the fort guardian', and much of Broseley remained wooded in the Middle Ages. 12 For 350 years from the late 16th century coal, ironstone, and clay were successively exploited

    Index A-J

    Index A-J Among the abbreviations used the following, sometimes with - s added to form a plural, may need elucidation: adv., advowson; archd., archdeacon; bdy., boundary; bro., brother; bur., buried; C.P., civil parish; ch., church; char., charity; co., company,

    Index A-J

    Index A-J NOTE. Page numbers in bold-face type indicate main references. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page. Aaron , John, Abberley (Worcs.) , Abbey Foregate (in Holy Cross par.,

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z K.N. Engineering , n Keay , Jas., Kemberton , Rog. of, Kemberton : agric., farms, n bdy., C.P., coal and ironstone, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v . iron, prot. nonconf., Kensington , South ( London , formerly Mdx.):

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Keay & Co. , and see Key keepers (gamekeepers) and parkers , and see foresters; lodges: park or keepers'; warrener Kemberton , Kempe, C. E. , Kempson, F. R. , Kemsey : Rob., Sim., Steph., fam., 'Kenbecleag'

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