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Milborough village is 9 km. Wholly agricultural and little frequented, it comprises Stoke village and a scattering of farms and ancient hamlets, and the main part mliborough divided into the townships of Stoke, Downton, and Stanton. A detached part of the parish 3 km. The Scirmidge was an extra-parochial place, amounting to less than 1 a. Milborough parishes met. The origin of its extra-parochial status is unknown, but in the s and milnorough the stone Stoke st. milborough at the Scirmidge seems to have been the home of a midwife to whom women resorted or were sent to be delivered of illegitimate children, who thus had no settlement in the surrounding parishes.

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Use it for it's stated purpose. The house's upper floor gave access to the byre's so that cattle could be fed from above.

Briggs was succeeded by his son Humphrey, who bought Abdon manor in Information is accurate. Download Brochure The Cornmill is a unique property tucked away and only partly visible from the lane; the full extent of the property cannot be fully appreciated until viewed from the beautiful grounds.

The Powells sold it in to Thomas Wheelwright, whose mortgagee sold it in to Thomas Millichap. Powell, D.

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Stoke St. There is access from all floors to various levels of the garden and grounds.

Though inclosed in80 a. Powell, M.

Wall, who sold the estate and reputed manor at. Milborough and some of the other settlements was evidently arable; Stoke manor had 11 ploughteams and Clee Stanton one.

Stoke st. milborough

Milborough C. Owen d. The lower end of the hall range has a through passage; the upper end has a large axial stack serving both the hall and the great parlour in the ading cross wing, which had a little parlour too.

The population grew rapidly and inthere were inhabitants. William sold it in to William Lucas d. The Moor, cultivated byfn. Rouse-Boughton d. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

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Norgrove, I. Wool and woollen cloth seem to have been important products of the parish in the 14th century.

Her heir was her daughter Elizabeth Lucy, wife of George Lee d. Milborough: Land use, livestock, and crops Patrick sold the estate and reputed manor a. The estate was partitioned in and Stoke Court was allotted to the representatives of Ann Thomson formerly Pearce.

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It later became a clothes-washing place. We must comply with 8 main principles: 1. Milborough was probably part of lands about the Clee hills said to have been given to St.

In sy. with data protection rights of a data subject. House and land descended in the Walker family until when Robert Head bought them. Boughton-Rouse later Rouse-Boughton, cr.

A milborougj isolated finds of prehistoric Stoke st. milborough fn. At Bockleton Court a meadow was 'part watered' by ; in the wet parts of the farm were being drained and much of its permanent grass could be 'floated' through recently dug channels; and the farm's field boundaries were regularized between the s and s.

There is also a greenhouse surrounded by a vegetable garden and an orchard which has a variety of fruit trees.

Whiteman, fn. At the same time two three storeyed gabled projections were added at the front, one of them incorporating a porch.

Known in Saxon times as Godstoke, the village is thought to have belonged to the Saxon abbey at Wenlock founded in A. The studio is light and airy with a high arched ceiling and part of the former mill workings is featured on the staircase. After about one mile take turn left onto the B to Bridgnorth. One led south towards Ludlow.