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1 edition of 1797 inclosure award for Hanley Castle / Hanley Swan found in the catalog.

1797 inclosure award for Hanley Castle / Hanley Swan

1797 inclosure award for Hanley Castle / Hanley Swan

for use in conjunction with the inclosure map for 1797

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Edition Notes

Cover title: Abridged version of the 1797 inclosure award for Hanley Castle / Hanley Swan : transcribed from the primary source.

Statementtranscribed by V. Whittington, V. Brown.
ContributionsWhittington, V., Brown, V.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15511984M

  A new illustrated history of the parish of Hanley Castle was published by The Hanleys Village Society in June The Hanleys Village Society have put together a ‘History of Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan’ written by local resident Malcolm Fare and contains illustrations and many accounts of what life was like in the villages in the past.. It traces the history of the manor and the. Hanley Castle was a Norman castle that stood to the south of the present site of the village of Hanley Castle, which lies 2 km north of Upton-upon-Severn, in the county of Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom.(grid reference13th Century Castle. It was built by King John between and In it was given by Henry III to Gilbert de Clare, 4th Earl of Hertford and it remained in the.

Warwick castle and its earls: from Saxon times to the present day. tchurch, and MaudsCastle, and as many as fifty manors ; the Despencerestates in Gloucestershire, including the manors ofTewkesbury, Sodbury, Fairford, Whittington, Ched-worth, Wichwar, and Lidney ; the manors of Upton-on-Severn, Hanley Castle, and Bewdley, with theCastle of Elmley and twenty-four estates of less im-portance. This memorial commemorates the residents of Hanley Castle who were killed or missing in World War I (34 names) and World War II (10 names). Many of these memorials were erected after the First World War. After the Second World War, the names of those who .

Hanley Castle was built as a hunting lodge for King John in It was strengthened in the early 14th century and a deep moat to surround the castle was added. By the end of the 15th century most of the stonework had been demolished and sold apart from one tower, though that suffered the .   She was promptly abducted from Hanley Castle by William de la Zouche who had participated in the Siege of Caerphilly Castle which had seen the capture of her first husband. She was promptly re-arrested and thrown back into the Tower on charges of jewellery theft.


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1797 inclosure award for Hanley Castle / Hanley Swan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hanley Castle was one of the first parishes to be enclosed under the Enclosure Act of The poor received some compensation for losing their rights to graze sheep and cattle on common land, but it was little compared to the benefits gained by the two major landowners in the parish: the Lechmeres, who owned most of the land to the east and south, and the Hornyolds, who dominated the north and.

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Book 1 J.K. Rowling. out of 5 st # 1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult Epic Format: Paperback. In June a new illustrated history of the parish of Hanley Castle was published by The Hanleys' Village Society.

The Hanleys: A History of Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan by Malcolm Fare contains illustrations and many accounts of what life was like in the villages in the past. It traces the history of the manor and the castle, views the drama of the Civil War through the actions of the. © Hanley Swan. All Rights Reserved.

Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan parish records and Bishops' Transcripts You are advised to book time on their computers before making a visit. Inclosure award & plan Transcript of parish register with index.

[20th cent] I n June a new illustrated history of the parish of Hanley Castle was published by The Hanleys’ Village Society.

The Hanleys: A History of Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan by Malcolm Fare contains illustrations and many accounts of what life was like in the villages in the past.

It traces the history of the manor and the castle, views the drama of the Civil War through the actions of. I’d be very interested to know if you have any information about the Reynolds family in Hanley Castle/Hanley Swan. My great-great-grandparents. William and Selina (aka Liney or Linah) were both born in Hanley Castle, in and respectively.

They were married at St Mary’s in Augustand lived in Gilberts End. William was a carpenter. Buy The Hanleys: A History of Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan by Malcolm Fare (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Malcolm Fare.

By inquisitions taken in and it was found that Thomas Hanley had died seised of a water-mill and land only in Hanley William (Chan. Inq. p.m. [Ser. 2], dxviii, 54; dlvii, 14), but in an inquisition of his estate is called the manor of Downton or Hanley William (ibid.

dxcv, 82, 77). Died 23rd August Age Son of John and Ada Louisa Preece, of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire. Buried in ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France.

Plot IX, Row F, Grave Also on Upton upon Severn Memorial and Hanley Castle School Memorial. In June a new illustrated history of the parish of Hanley Castle was published by The Hanleys’ Village Society.

The Hanleys: A History of Hanley Castle and Hanley Swan by Malcolm Fare contains illustrations and many accounts of what life was like in the villages in the past.

It traces the history of the manor and the castle, views the drama of the Civil War through the actions of. Hanley Castle is both a parish and a village named after a medieval castle that is no longer standing. I cannot find any reference to a Berkeley family at Blackmore Park, the ancestral home of the Hornyold family, in the parish of Hanley Castle so, as far as I know, there.

Hanley Castle is a village and civil parish in Worcestershire, England, between the towns of Malvern and Upton upon Severn and a short distance from the River Severn.

It lies in the administrative area of Malvern Hills District, and is part of the informal region known as The y: England.

The Pariah Council or Hanley Hanley Swan. Gilbert. Farm, Hanley Castle. Pemanent loan Previous cuktody _ Other information: 2 q Temporary location Date examineo ¾tecLV Stj 2 3 5 6 SCHEDULE innley Caatle Inclosure Award. to accompany the Overgeerg Of the poor account bo Iccount book.

Bonda Of ion ordera and other poor law papers. Extracts from Hanley Castle Inclosure Award Al/xviii Draft agreement (with plan) that certain lands, i.e.

from the summit of the Worcestershire Beacon to End and North Hill, "shall remain open. Parish Type Enrolled Copy Type Parish Copy CD Other Copies A = award c = copy conj.p = conjectural plan; based on the Inclosure plan P = plan Pc = photocopy Tr. Hanley Swan is a small village in the English county of lies in the Malvern Hills district, between the towns of Malvern (two miles away) and er with the nearby village of Hanley Castle, its population is about The traditional English village centre includes a village green and pond, a pub, and a village y: England.

Hanley Swan Noticeboard has 1, members. This is an unofficial group to discuss any subject to do with Hanley Swan or Hanley Castle. We have a lovely. Hanley Swan is part of The Hanleys and sits within the parish of Hanley Castle The community of the Hanleys spreads over two villages from the River Severn to within 2 miles of the magnificent Malvern hills.

Hanley Castle named after a 13th-century castle that is long since gone is centred around a church of Norman origin and a 17th-century pub.

Some history of Hanley Castle. More information on Hanley Castle to follow. I probably created the page as I had a link to Hanley Castle from another page. When building the site it is easier to place links as they crop up rather than go back later on.

I realise this is frustrating if you were specifically looking for information on Hanley Castle. Hanley [Castle] was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Tewkesbury, mentioned in the chapters for Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire. It had a recorded population of households inputting it in the largest 20% of settlements recorded in Domesday, and is listed under 2 owners in Domesday Book.

Hanley Castle and the neighbouring village of Hanley Swan are nestled in the south Worcestershire countryside, close to the Malvern Hills and have a total population of just Jointly, they are known as The Hanleys.

There was once a Norman castle, built as a hunting lodge for King John infrom whence the village gets its name.Awards All countries; Belgium (present, Constitutional Monarchy) War Memorial Hanley Swan.

First World War () Second World War () War Memorial Hanley Castle - Hanley Castle Cemetery Commonwealth War Graves The Church of the Good Shepherd Churchyard - .