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Staffordshire quarter session rolls

Staffordshire quarter session rolls

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Published by Titus Wilson in Kendal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. -- Courts of Assize and Nisi Prius.,
  • Court records -- 16th century -- England.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    Statementedited by S.A.H. Burne transcribed by and printed under the auspices of the Staffordshire County Council.
    SeriesCollections for a history of Staffordshire / edited by the Staffordshire Record Society, formerly known as the William Salt Archæological Society -- 1929, 1930, 1932, 1935, 1940, Collections for a history of Staffordshire -- 1929-30.
    ContributionsBurne, S. A. H., Great Britain. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Staffordshire)., Staffordshire Record Society., William Salt Archæological Society., Staffordshire County Council.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 v ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16653165M

    Smart had been chaplain to William James, Bishop of Durham They will also need to be placed in context of the social, political and religious units which they would have belonged and the communications network in which they existed. There are three known, as yet unidentified AEthelflaedian burghs Bremesburh, Scergeat and Wearburh, [] Bremesburh, being the most likely of the three to be a possibility, The British term for hill is bre, [] Burh would translate as Fort in old English and Mes perhaps also Celtic derived from or the River Meece and Meese Brook, as Meese is thought to have been derived from a district name. Maer Hills is also surrounded by what is regarded as unspoiled scenic countryside.

    The Petitions were brought to court by those seeking poor relief, settlement, licences for various trades etc www. Another road to Chester branches northward of this road to Ireland near a place significantly called Irelands Cross at the crossroads at Pipe Gate. Watling Street 3 Not on the map. While it is unlikely any of these traditions could be proven factual, the burh at Maer and area around it would have been of strategic importance and would have been a key military objective. In he seems to 23 W. You can view them direct from the DVD but it is recommended that you transfer each file to your PC for fast loading.

    A useful stepping stone also, when another Viking army was defeated, at Tetenhall in by Edward the Elder. In the later Anglo-Saxon period and the early Middle Ages however the growing wealth of the church meant that many of the administrative centres were often, drawn in to the ecclesiastical centres which themselves became borough towns in due course. In he seems to 23 W. Sibbes, Works, vol. Berth Hill was also perhaps one gateway through the midlands gap between the upper Trent and the middle Severn, depending on the road network. We have no way of knowing the quality of the roads, though it would however seem likely that they were not of the quality of the four kings highways, the herepathes mentioned earlier.


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These barriers Staffordshire quarter session rolls book have included the Lyme Forests and the huge belt of marshes to the south of the Lyme forests, across the midlands gap.

Tyacke, Anti-Calvinists, p. The investigations in to the Roman roads made in the past did not have the benefits of modern ordnance survey maps and Staffordshire quarter session rolls book will be these maps and Staffordshire quarter session rolls book that form the basis of this investigation because the Roman system of main roads has heavily influenced the pattern of communications today.

This road north from Droitwich through Greensforge was always thought to be aimed at Wroxeter [] but goes to the next Roman station east Uxicona.

To decide which kind of record will be most useful for your research see the information on record types in section 3. From here the road becomes more erratic and appears to go west in to Wales. Handling original documents If documents are inadvertently mishandled, this can easily result in their further deterioration.

Staffordshire Histories. Berkshire Quarter Sessions Film John Palmer transported for 7 years for stealing 4 cheeses value 10d, property of Ann Hallard widow. There were only two churches mentioned in the Domesday Book in Staffordshire, they were Tettenhall and Stoke, [] a half interest in the Stoke church was held before the conquest with the manor of Caverswall by Wulfgeat whose manorial seat was at Maer.

This is not only a preservation measure but also ensures that readers can benefit from the use of our self-service system for microform. Indexing PDFs is not perfect so some words may be missed during a search. Midway between the two Cornovii cantons was a similar tribal capital of the Ordovice peoples called Mediolanium on this same road.

Only depositions in capital cases, usually murder and riot, tend to survive. A useful stepping stone also, when another Viking army was defeated, at Tetenhall in by Edward the Elder.

Knecht and J. There are around known round barrows in Staffordshire with the numbers heavily weighted towards Totmanslow hundred in the north east. Over seven the manuscript is indistinct were charged 'for going to other p ar ish church to hear ser vice?

The Elford presentment says as much. Original Mercia The origins of Mercia have been thought by some to have been in the general vicinity of the Trent valley.

According to Barwick, Perry was still living in'in or about London', in the parish of St. For the same reason, please avoid running fingers down documents or the pages of volumes.

Newcastle Under Lyme - - pages 2 Vols. See also above p. Pickles, 'Studies in Royalism, ch. These give the jurisdiction and venue, the name of the defendant, the plea, a summary statement of the charge or charges and particulars of the charges.

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