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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    List of illustrations LIST OF MAPS AND PLANS The maps were drawn by K. J. Wass of the Department of Geography, University College, London , from drafts by G. C. Baugh (pages 14, 24, 49, and 98), D. C.

    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

    Madeley Roman Catholicism

    Madeley Roman Catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. Madeley was prominent among the centres of Shropshire recusancy 8 because the lords of the manor from the 16th to the 18th centuries 9 persisted in the old faith. Other names which figure in

    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

    Madeley Churches

    Madeley Churches CHURCHES. Parts of Madeley old church may have been 12th-century, 85 and its dedication to St. Michael , recorded c . 1740, 86 may suggest an early centre of worship. 87 The living, recorded c . 1218,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOSTER, James (1786-1853), of Coton Hall, nr. Stourbridge, Worcs.

    FOSTER, James (1786-1853), of Coton Hall, nr. Stourbridge, Worcs. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth 1831 1832 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Worcs. 1840-1 Biography Foster was the youngest of seven children born to Henry Foster, an ironmaster of Cheshire yeoman stock, whose wife

  • * British History Online * *

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    Grants of denization for 1678, and miscellanea

    Grants of denization for 1678, and miscellanea Grants of denization to the following persons during the period included in this volume: Date. Name. Reference. 1678. June 26 David Raphael de Mercado, of Barbados S.P. Dom., Entry Book 334, p Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    General Index B B Backer , Kerman, goods consigned to, taken by a Swedish privateer Bacon , Sir Henry, persons examined by Nathaniel, the Virginian rebel Bagnall , Nicholas, pass for Bagot , Capt., company of, brought to Harwich Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDO-N GAZETTE. I t~~~~~Fretil Last NHiti'S Gsieet.) i BA.NXRUPTS. c. Jonir WILLIs KIrKAnLDY, St. Abb's, Wimbledon, Surrey. te 2 Date of adjudication, January 24 last. DANIEL PEacIvAJ, residing at Great Hall Lane, Dareebory, Cheshire, commercial traveller. Date of adjudication, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IRON TRADE OF SOUTH STAFFORD-: SHIBRE AND SHROPSEIRE. The following particulars of the number of furnaces in blast in this distrio, also in Shropshire and the Forest of Dean, are extracted from the circular of Mr. Samuel Griffiths, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FURNACES IN AND OUT OF BLAST IN SOUTH iSTAFFORDSHIRE, WORCESTERSHIRE, SHROP. | SHIRE, AND FOREST OF DEAN. 1ST WEEK IN JANUARY, 1860. (From Mr. S. Griffiihs's Circular.) Preoprietors' Names. Werwhamplton tO Billton District. Addenbrookes and Co. Aston and Corns.......... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IROFMASTERS' QUARTERLY MEETING, WOLVERRAMPTON, Wednesday Evening. The usual Quarterly series of the assemblies of the Ironnnasters of the District, for the current quarter, commenced in this town this afternoon, The attendaeuos was the smallest we have ever witnossed, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TFURNACES IN AND OUT OF BLAST. (Prom AfM. S. GrifflthA Circulta Proprietors' Names. Names of Furnaces. Wolrerhampton and Biefon Diuietic_ Adedenbrookes and Co. Bougb Hay. Aeton, Ilab, and Co. . Wolvrhamptn. Bagnnll J., and Sons. Capponield. Bngnall, J., and Subscribers-only content

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