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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Burton

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Burton HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE MONKS 2. THE ABBEY OF BURTON The earliest religious foundation at Burton is associated with St. Modwen, an Irish abbess who is said to have come to England

    Burton-upon-Trent Established church

    Burton-upon-Trent Established church ST. MODWEN AND HER CULT Modwen, an Irish abbess returning from a pilgrimage to Rome , is alleged to have built a chapel dedicated to St. Andrew on an island in the Trent called Andresey, an


    Index NOTE : There are main entries for Burton town and the outlying townships ( Branston , Burton Extra , Horninglow , Stapenhill , Stretton , and Winshill ). The Burton Extra entries, however, are confined mostly to aspects

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, June 1670, 1-14, 01 June 1670-14 June 1670

    Entry Book June 1670, 1-14 June 1670, 1-14 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. June 1 Sir G. Downing to Sir Edmond Sawyer and the rest of the Auditors of the Exchequer Court. It is of great

    Index, M, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    Index M M Macarty (Mac Carty), Callaghan, third Earl of Clancarty (dispute with the Muskerry freeholders). 1004, 1066, 1068 70, 1085, 1086, 1257, 1268. -, Charles, Viscount Muskerry, 1068 9. -, Donough, first Earl of Clancarty, 1068 9. -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FSpORTIN INTELLIGENCE. xCING NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS OF CRiOYDON. TO the Eerro. t,! Ithe DIILY POSr. r. _tburldaliCc of soprt xwas shown last week, but itis hiiiwg Irow insignificant it wus of the future, and the 1ck of tie meetings5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. AMsBRGHTos.-Tuesday, Church Eaton; Thursday, Hagley? Saturday, Bell Inn, Tong, 11. TrEraaToxE.-Wednesdny, Gopsall; Friday, Shilton Station i Saturday, Oldbury, I1 COTSWOLD.-Weduesday, Uyckington Gate; Friday, Woodmnan; cots ; Saturday, 'Withington, 11. COVENTRY's, E&rts. or.-Tuesday, Stanton Court; Thursday,' Kinton-on-the-Green; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CROYDON STEEPEECHASES, P.TOORAMIMS FOR THIE DAY. 'rhC 1WZ5T IVICIUIANT iST18TLrCorfAsP. Of 5 SoVD eaoh, with 211 add wr;inner to be sold for 50 Bova. About two mnlies and a .% fSPIr.LANO STErXsNEA ASE of 6 3t)V e04chl, with e0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CROYDON STEEPLECrASES. PROGRAMILMtE FOR THIS DAY. The NoRwooD STPEIPLECWASE of 5 Sovs each, 2 ft, with 51 added; winners extra. About two miles and a half. The ADDiscowdnE HANDICAl' STEr'oECsrACI of 5 EOVS eMt, with 25 added.; winners extra. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J20tites of ap~pUicatif to i~1p arntamis. 'We'rit Ini tisi wise IRECT NORTHERN RAILWAY.- "k b D.7NOTICE is hereby given, that application Is intended and to be Tusde to Parliament in the next session for an act or acts said Subscribers-only content

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