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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broadwas

    Parishes Broadwas BROADWAS Bradewesse (viii cent.); Bradewasse (x cent.); Bradewesham (xi cent.); Bradewa, Bradewasse (xii cent.); Bradwas, Bradwes (xvii cent.); Bredweys (xviii cent.). Broadwas is a parish in the west of Worcestershire on the left bank of the River

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh SHELSLEY WALSH Caldeslei (xi cent.); Scheldesley, Sildeley, Sceldesley Waleys (xiii cent.); Scheldesley, Scheldeslegh, Sheldesle Wales (xiv cent.); Sheldesley Waleys , Shellesley (xv cent.); Sheldesley Walsh, Shellesley Gildon, or Gyldon (xvi cent.); Shelsley, Sheldesley Welch, Little Shelsley

    Parishes Doddenham

    Parishes Doddenham DODDENHAM Dodeham (xi cent.); Dudeham, Doddeham (xiii cent.); Dodnam, Douddenham (xvi cent.). This parish lies on the Herefordshire boundary of the county, on the road from Bromyard to Worcester . It is bounded on the west and

    Parishes Shelsley Beauchamp

    Parishes Shelsley Beauchamp SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP with SHELSLEY KINGS Caldeslai (xi cent.); Sceldeslega (xii cent.); Sendeslega, Segesleg, Scheldeslye Beucamp, Cheldesleye, Scheldele Beuchamp (xiii cent.); Sheldesleye Beauchaump (xiv cent.); Shellesley Bewchampe or Great Shellesley (xvii cent.). This parish lies on the

    Parishes Knightwick

    Parishes Knightwick KNIGHTWICK Cnihtawiche (x cent.); Cnihtewica (xi cent.); Chenitwica (xii cent.); Knythwyk, Knhittewyk (xiii cent.). Knightwick is a parish containing 857 acres, of which 8 acres are covered with water, on the Herefordshire border of the county, on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HORSES, CARRIAGES. &-., FOR SALE (canal. -(I)I( LK-SET Htormc'al aress; superior qluality: good ( ' I li -ul -WI IP 1 artolar) :silver resort-cd ;holly stuck 05 5-rheitoitito itrgain 5s. 6d. - Stephensouas D.Jpot, e , Ltt Br- ad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SOCIETY OF ARTISTS' EXEIBITION. I This exhibition closed on 8aturday evening, aftera remarkably succesif uS season, The number of visitors during the last four weeks (the cheap seanon) was ujapre. Ctdentedly large, -namely : BYPyrmeut of 2d. ..21,189 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. Leesee .... la. M. H. SIMPSON, Jlun. EIl S (Saturday) EVENING, July 6, the.Performance .1T ill co lumenee with Shikeepe Play of " MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING." To conclude with the BURLESQUE OF "BLACK.EYED SUSAN." PRINCE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    90tic W10tMiMt O F WAL S THEATRE. iruI~eito Suerets of the Great Draw, "LOST IN LONDON," 'tr. and 'dye.. Pgart secloited wilhltly witb Deciamations or dellght. gugageluent fox ileven Nights ODSy of tho ereebrated comodian, MRIl J. O'SULLIVAN. T'.C14IGlIT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PIOOLAlMAT ION. V. B. IlOU.Otior OF DTltliaityitIAM. Tis iSlid day of Jely', 1867. THOMAS AVERY, Esquire, Mayor, andi Retihifatg JiLS Officor of the Itrough of Birtlriiilcnr, (io' febr/d' Oiur Notice, that tho MiBEPTING of BURUOGiBES of zlee cacdi Iiorough, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1610, 01 January 1610-31 December 1610

    Cecil Papers 1610 1610 John Atwood to the Earl of Salisbury. [Before 1610 ] . Salisbury and the Earl of Northampton were feoffees in trust for Sir John and Lady Kennedy of a tenement at Stoke Orchard, in Gloucestershire.

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