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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Shropshire: Volume 11: Telford (1985), pp. 354-374. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18203 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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K.N. Engineering, n

Keay, Jas.,

Kemberton, Rog. of,

Kemberton:
-, agric., farms, n
-, bdy.,
-, C.P.,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v.
-, iron,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Kensington, South (London, formerly Mdx.):
-, Science and Art Dept.,

Kent, see Canterbury; Halling; Woolwich

Kenton (Suff.),

Kenyon-Slaney (formerly Kenyon):
-, Frances Cath., see Slaney
-, Wm.,
-, Col. Wm. Slaney,

Ketley (in Wellington and Wombridge), n plate
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, cemetery,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy, n
-, C.P.,
-, Clare's Lane,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons and waste,
-, Cow (formerly Gorsy) Wood,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est., n,
-, fields, open,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, inclined plane,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, agric. engineering,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, chains,
-, clay,
-, clothier,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, coal merchant,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay,
-, fireclay goods,
-, glover,
-, iron,
-, limestone,
-, newspaper printing and publishing,
-, sand,
-, sandstone,
-, slag,
-, stone,
-, weavers,

Ketley Hall,

Ketley Wood,

Ketleyhill,
-, libr.,
-, Mannerley Lane,
-, mill,
-, Mosseygreen,
-, name,
-, Overdale,
-, Petershill,
-, playing field, see Pottersbank
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, Quarry, the,
-, rlys.,
-, New Dale halt,
-, Redlake,
-, Redlees,
-, road, n,
-, Rock, the,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, sports grounds, and see Pottersbank
-, town,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Ketley (Coalpit) Bank (in Wellington and Wombridge),
-, Bank Ho.,
-, beerho.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, water supply,

Ketley Bank and Shifnal Wesleyan circuit,

Ketley brook,

Ketley Canal,

Ketley Co. (fl. 1780s),

Ketley Co. (fl. 1818-81),

Ketley Junction, see Hadley: rlys.

Ketley Vallens, see Hadley

Ketley Wood, see Ketley

Ketleybrook (in Wellington),
-, agric. engineering,
-, engineering,
-, housing,
-, libr.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, road,
-, sports ground,
-, weavers,

Ketleyhill, see Ketley

Ketleysands (in Wellington),

Kidderminster (Worcs.), see Stourport

King, Edw., bp. of Lincoln,

King's Shropshire Light Infantry, see forces

Kingley Wych, see Preston upon the Weald Moors township

Kingswinford (Staffs.), Ashwood Lodge,

Kinley, see Preston upon the Weald Moors township

Kinver (Staffs.):
-, Dunsley, q.v.
-, forest,

Kirk, the, see Church of Scotland

Knight:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Knightley:
-, Anne of, see Charlton
-, Thos. of, see Charlton
-, Wm. of,

Knockin,

Knowles, Edith, n

Kyle, R. W.,

Kynardeseye, Wm. de, n

Kynaston:
-, Edw. (d. 1772),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1839), n
-, Sir J. R.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Kyngeshemede, Wal. de,

Kynnersley, n,
-, adv.,
-, ch.,
-, clergy,
-, commons and waste,
-, man.,
-, moor,
-, road,
-, sch.,

Kyre Magna (Worcs.), Kyre Pk.,

Kyrkbie, Rog.,

la Fléchère, Jean-Guillaume de, see Fletcher

Labouchere, Rachel Kath., Lady,

Labour party,

labour services, see services

Lacon, John (d. 1716),

Ladds, John,

Lake Head, see Madeley Wood

Lancashire, and see Furness; Hornby; Liverpool

land agents, see industries, etc.

Lane, Ric.,

Langley:
-, Jonathan (d. 1671),
-, Jonathan (d. 1742),
-, Marg.,
-, Peter,
-, Wm.,

Langley, see Dawley

Langley Field Co.,

Langleyfield, see Dawley

Langogne, Peter of,

Laplain, Wm.,

larch, see wood

Larkin, Phil. Art.,

Latter Day Saints (Mormons),

Law of Property Act (1922),

Lawe, Thos.,

Lawley, -, n

Lawley (in Wellington),plate
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, football,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, coal and ironstone,
-, limestone,
-, sand,
-, landscape,
-, Lawley Common,
-, Lawley Ho.,
-, man., n,
-, name,
-, Newdale,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rly.,
-, recreation ground,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, streams,
-, village,
-, woodland,

Lawley (? 'Coalpit') Bank (in Wellington),
-, clubs and societies,
-, farm,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, Prince's End est.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, coal and ironstone,
-, jam,
-, retail,
-, Prince's End,
-, prot. nonconf., n,
-, public hos.,
-, rly.,
-, schs., Sunday,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, water supply,

Lawley Co. (fl. 1755),

Lawley Co. (fl. 1820s),

Lawley Furnaces (in Wellington and Little Wenlock),
-, ind. and trade:
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, slag,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Lawrance, Sarah,

Lawrence's Hill, see Watling Street township

Lawson, C. G.,

lawyers, see industries, etc.

le Strange:
-, Eliz., Baroness Strange of Blakemere, see Stafford
-, Fulk, Baron Strange of Blakemere (d. 1324),
-, Fulk, Baron Strange of Blakemere (d. 1349),
-, Hamon (fl. 1200-3),
-, Hamon (d. c. 1272), n,
-, John (d. 1233-4),
-, John (d. 1269), n,
-, John (d. 1289),
-, John, Baron Strange of Blakemere (d. 1349),
-, Rob.,

Lea, the (in Wrockwardine),

lead, see industries, etc.

Leake, Thos.,

leasehold, see rents: agric.; tenures

leather, see industries, etc.

Leaton (in Wrockwardine),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, field, open,
-, geol.,
-, hamlet,
-, Leaton Grange,
-, name,
-, Overley Hall,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, stone,

Lee:
-, Hen. of,
-, his s. Wal., see Walter
-, Leonard of,
-, his grandson Wal., see Walter
-, Sibyl, w. of Hen. of,
-, and see Leigh

Lee, Wm., Ltd.,

Lee, see Leegomery

Lee, Leonard's, see Shifnal

Lee, Little, see Malinslee

Lee Brockhurst, n

Lee dingle, see Madeley

'Lee' (unspecified),

Leegomery (Lee) (in Wellington),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, beerho.,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, dyer,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, Leegomery housing estate, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, Leegomery Ho.,
-, man., n,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, road,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, well (healing),
-, woodland,

Leegomery housing estate (in Wellington), plate
-, community centre,

Leeke, -,

Lees, the (in Child's Ercall), n

leets, see courts

Legge:
-, W. J.,
-, fam.,

Legge, Geo., & Son,

Leicester:
-, Muriel, see Watson
-, Rob.,

Leicestershire, see Quenby

Leigh:
-, Sir John,
-, Thos.,
-, and see Lee

Leighton:
-, Hugh,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, -,

Leighton, n; and see Garmston

Leland, John,

LeMaître, Steph.,

Lenthall:
-, Edw.,
-, Marg., see FitzAlan
-, Sir Roland,

Leonard's Lee, see Shifnal

Leveson:
-, Christian, w. of Sir John (d. 1615),
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Giffard,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Sheldon,
-, Jas.,
-, Kath., w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1661),
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1560),
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1605),
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1661), n,
-, Sir Wal.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Leveson-Fowler; Leveson-Gower; Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Leveson-Fowler (formerly Fowler):
-, Fra. (d. 1667),
-, Fra. (d. 1668),
-, and see Fowler; Leveson; Leveson-Gower; Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Leveson-Gower:
-, Eliz., dchss. of Sutherland, see Sutherland
-, Geo. Granville, duke of Sutherland (d. 1833),
-, as marquess of Stafford,
-, Geo. Granville (d. 1861), see Sutherland-Leveson-Gower
-, Geo. Granville Wm., see Sutherland-Leveson-Gower
-, Granville, marquess of Stafford (d. 1803),
-, as Earl Gower, plate
-, Granville, Earl Granville (d. 1846),
-, as Lord Granville Leveson-Gower,
-, as Vct. Granville,
-, Granville Geo., Earl Granville (d. 1891),
-, Sir John, Baron Gower (d. 1709),
-, John, Earl Gower (d. 1754),
-, as Baron Gower,
-, (formerly Gower), Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Leveson; Leveson-Fowler; Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Lewis:
-, Eliz.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. Slaney,

Liberal party, and see Whigs

libraries and reading rooms,
-, co.,
-, and see Public Libraries Act

Licensing Act (1904),

Lichfield (Staffs.):
-, bps. of,
-, cath.:
-, deans, n,
-, Wellington prebend,
-, dioc.,

Lichfield and Coventry, bp. of, see Lloyd, Wm.

Lichfield Diocesan Church Extension Society, see Church Extension Society

Lichfield Diocesan Trust,

Light, Wm.,

Light Castings Ltd.,

Light Infantry, see forces

lighting, public,

Lighting and Watching Act (1833),

Lightmoor, see Dawley, Little

Lightmoor brook,
-, dingle (valley),

Lightmoor Coal Co.,

Lightmoor Furnace Co.,

Lightmoor Junction, see Madeley: rlys.

Lightmoor Platform (later halt), see Madeley: rlys.

Lilleshall,
-, abbey,
-, abbot,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bingo,
-, bdy.,
-, canals,
-, Lubstree wharf,
-, Central Ordnance Depot, q.v.
-, chars.,
-, ch., n,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, C.P.,
-, Civil War events,
-, clubs and societies,
-, savings banks,
-, Collier's End,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, cricket,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Donnington, q.v.
-, Donnington Wood, q.v.
-, electricity supply,
-, est., n,
-, fields, open,
-, fire (1585),
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, granges,
-, Cheswell Grange,
-, Lilleshall Grange,
-, Watling St. Grange,
-, Willmore Grange,
-, health, board of,
-, Honnington,
-, housing,
-, Hugh's Bridge,
-, Humbers (formerly Hammers), the,
-, hunting,
-, inclined plane,
-, inc.,
-, ind., trade, and professions,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, limestone,
-, nails,
-, sandstone,
-, surgeons, n
-, tailor,
-, inst.,
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, Lilleshall Hill,
-, Lilleshall Old Hall,
-, Lubstree moor,
-, man., n, n,
-, mills,
-, moor,
-, Muxton, q.v.
-, name,
-, notable persons,
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, Old Lodge, plate
-, Pain's Lane, see St. George's
-, pks.,
-, Lubstree Pk.,
-, ponds or pools,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, Quam Pool, q.v.
-, rlys.,
-, rectory,
-, Redhill, q.v.
-, roads, n
-, 'Lubbesty' (Lubsty),
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, St. George's, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, stocks,
-, streams,
-, Haybrook,
-, tennis,
-, tithes, n,
-, vestry,
-, village,
-, water supply,
-, well (pin),
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Lilleshall and Donnington C.P.,

Lilleshall Coal Distillation Co. Ltd.,

Lilleshall Co., n plate
-, Building Materials Divn.,

Lilleshall Hall, see Sheriffhales

Lilleshall Homes Ltd.,

Lilleshall Iron & Steel Co. Ltd.,

Lilleshall Old Hall, see Lilleshall

Lilleshall Stockholders Ltd.,

lime, see industries, etc.

limestone, see minerals and mining

Lincoln, bp. of, see King, Edw.

Lincoln, earl of, see Clinton

Lincoln (? Limekiln) Hill, see Iron-bridge

Lingen:
-, Isabel, see Burgh
-, Sir John (fl. 1501),
-, John (fl. 1501),

Linley, and see Wren's Nest

Lippesley, Jane,

Litchborough (Northants.), see Foxley

Little Bolas, see Bolas, Little

Little Buildwas, see Buildwas

Little Dawley, see Dawley, Little

Little Eyton, see Eyton, Little

Little Hales, see Sheriffhales

Little Hay, see Madeley

Little Lee, see Malinslee

Little Wenlock, see Wenlock, Little

Little Worth, see Wenlock, Little

Little Wytheford, see Wytheford, Little

Liverpool (Lancs.),

livestock, see agriculture

Lizard, see Shifnal

Lloyd, Wm., bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,

Lloyd's Banking Co. Ltd., see Lloyds Bank Ltd.

Lloyds, the (in Madeley),
-, as address,
-, dingle or 'gutter',
-, dom. archit.,
-, engine,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, lead smelting,
-, slag crushing,
-, Lloyds Gate,
-, Lower Lloyds,
-, Madeley Wood Hall,
-, pop.,
-, n
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, road,
-, sch.,
-, woodland,
-, coppice,

Lloyds Bank (formerly Lloyd's Banking Co.) Ltd., n,

Loadcroft, see Ironbridge

Loamhole brook,
-, dingle,

Loch, Jas.,

lock-ups,

locomotives, see engines

Lodge, Old, see Lilleshall

Lodge, the, see Ironbridge

lodges, hunting, see hunting lodges

Lokier fam.,

London,
-, aldermen,
-, bp. of, see Beaumais
-, Clerkenwell, q.v.
-, Euston, q.v.
-, Fleet prison,
-, Harrow, q.v.
-, International Exhibition (1862),
-, Kensington, South, q.v.
-, ld. mayor,
-, mkt. gardens near,
-, merchant,
-, Paddington, q.v.
-, publishing,
-, road to,
-, speculators,
-, underground rly.,
-, Victoria line, n
-, Westminster, q.v.
-, Woolwich, q.v.

London & North Western Railway (L.N.W.R.),

London Lead Co.,

London Midland & Scottish Railway (L.M.S.R.),

London Transport, n

Long Lane (in Wrockwardine),

Longdon, John,

Longdon upon Tern, n,

Longespee, Rog., see Meuland

Longford, and see Brockton; Stockton

Longford (in Moreton Say), n

Longner (in St. Chad's, Shrewsbury),

Longslow (in Market Drayton), n

Lord, Alex.,

lord chancellor, see chancellor of England

Lovel:
-, Fra., Vct. Lovel,
-, Jonathan,

Lower Lloyds, see Lloyds, the

Lower Madeley, see Madeley: town

'Lubbesty', see Lilleshall: roads

Lubstree Park, see Lilleshall: pks.

Lubstree moor, see Lilleshall

Lubstree wharf, see Lilleshall: canals

Lubsty, see Lilleshall: roads

Luckock fam.,

Ludlow:
-, John of,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Ludlow,

Lummas, John,

Lummis, -,

Lyart, Thos.,

Lyde brook, see Wenlock, Little: streams

Lynn, see Woodcote

Macaulay, S. H.

McCarthy, Dr. J. McC.,

Machin, Thos.,

Mackworth, Humph.,

MacNab, W. B.,

Mad brook,
-, valley,

Maddock, John,

Maddock, John, & Co.,

Maddock's Hill, see Watling Street township

Madeley, n , plates
-, as address,
-, adv., n,
-, agric.,
-, farms, plate
-, allotment gardens,
-, ambulance stn.,
-, Aqueduct, q.v.
-, Arundel Ho.,
-, bands,
-, Blists Hill, q.v.
-, bdy.,
-, bowling,
-, 'British Workman',
-, bull-baiting,
-, burgages,
-, canal,
-, carnival,
-, cemetery,
-, chars.,
-, child-welfare centres,
-, choral singing,
-, ch., plate
-, benefice ho., plate
-, clergy, n,
-, ch. hall,
-, cinemas,
-, C.P.,
-, Civil War events, n
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coalbrookdale, q.v.
-, Coalport, q.v.
-, cock-fighting,
-, commons and waste,
-, cricket,
-, cts.:
-, co.,
-, man.,
-, Cuckoo Oak,
-, dom. archit.,
-, electricity supply,
-, epidemics,
-, est.,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, fire stn.,
-, fishing,
-, fives,
-, football, n,
-, gaming,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, guild, n,
-, Hay, the, q.v.
-, Hay, Little,
-, Haynes Memorial (or Free) bridge, q.v.
-, hearse,
-, Hill Top,
-, ho. of ind., parish, see Ironbridge
-, housing, n,
-, Brookside housing estate, q.v.
-, Sutton Hill housing estate, q.v.
-, Woodside est., plate
-, inclined planes,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, agric. implement makers,
-, ale and porter merchant,
-, architects,
-, bakers,
-, barge and trow trade,
-, basalt,
-, bowyer,
-, brass founder,
-, brewing,
-, bricks, n,
-, butchers,
-, candles,
-, carpenters,
-, chains,
-, chemical wks.,
-, clay,
-, clockmakers,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, coal merchants,
-, coopers,
-, coracle making,
-, cordwainer,
-, earthenware and china (porcelain),
-, engineering,
-, electrical,
-, fireclay,
-, frying-pan makers,
-, garments,
-, glover,
-, gravel,
-, grocer,
-, gunsmith,
-, iron and steel,
-, lead smelting,
-, malting,
-, mercer,
-, nailers,
-, platers,
-, printing and publishing,
-, ropes,
-, sand,
-, sanitary pipes,
-, smiths,
-, soap,
-, stone,
-, tailors,
-, tiles,
-, timber,
-, ind. est.:
-, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v.
-, Tweedale,
-, inns,
-, inst.,
-, Iron Bridge, the q.v.
-, Ironbridge, q.v.
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, Lee dingle,
-, librs.,
-, Lloyds, the, q.v.
-, Madeley Ct., plate
-, Madeley Hall,
-, Madeley Wood, q.v.
-, man., n,
-, mkt.,
-, Mkt. Place,
-, Marnwood, q.v.
-, mills,
-, museum, see museums: Ironbridge Gorge Museum
-, newspapers,
-, notable persons,
-, nursery,
-, pk.,
-, Rough Pk.,
-, pastoral centres,
-, pigeon-racing,
-, pillory,
-, police,
-, poor-law union, n,
-, sch., see Broseley
-, workho., see Ironbridge: Beeches Hosp.
-, poor-relief,
-, pop., n
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Primitive Meth. circuit, and see Dawley and Madeley Primitive Methodist circuit
-, prot. nonconf., n,
-, public hos.,
-, radio station,
-, rlys.,
-, Lightmoor Junction,
-, Lightmoor Platform (later halt),
-, Madeley Mkt. stn.,
-, recreations,
-, grounds,
-, Madeley Education and Recreation Centre,
-, rectory,
-, riding,
-, riot,
-, roads, plate
-, Rom. Cath., n,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, R.S.D.,
-, sch. attendance cttee.,
-, schs., plate
-, Sunday,
-, settlement:
-, growth,
-, ind. hamlets,
-, squatter,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, shooting butts,
-, sports,
-, stocks,
-, streams,
-, Washbrook,
-, swimming,
-, territorial army,
-, theatre,
-, Timber wood, q.v.
-, tithes, n,
-, tourists,
-, town,
-, growth,
-, new or low(er) town, Lower Madeley,
-, replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, upper town,
-, tumbrel,
-, tunnels,
-, Tweedale,
-, Upper Ho.,
-, U.S.D.,
-, vestry,
-, Villa, the,
-, wake,
-, ward of Wenlock boro.,
-, dist. cttee.,
-, water supply,
-, Wesleyan circuit,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Madeley Court Co.,

Madeley Green, see Madeley Wood:Green, the

Madeley Junction, see Shifnal

Madeley Wood (in Madeley),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, Bedlam, n,
-, Bedlam Hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, coin hoard,
-, dom. archit.,
-, epidemics,
-, est.,
-, ferry,
-, geol.,
-, Green, the (Madeley Green),
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, aluminium recovery,
-, bricks,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, malting,
-, sandstone,
-, tar,
-, Lake Head,
-, mkt.,
-, poorho.,
-, pop., n
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, road,
-, 'Rock church', the,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement,
-, stocks,
-, tow path,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Madeley Wood Co. (fl. 1757-1770s),

Madeley Wood Co. Ltd. (fl. 19th and 20th cents.),

Madeley Wood Cold Blast Slag Co.,

Madeley Wood Hall, see Lloyds, the

Madin, John, Design Group,

Madin, John H. D., & Partners,

magazines, see periodicals

magistrates, see courts: peace

Malesherbes, Chrétien-Guillaume de Lamoignon de,

Malinslee (in Dawley), n,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, beer ho.,
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, chars.,
-, ch., n,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, Cinderhill riots (1821),
-, clubs and societies,
-, ct., man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, field, open,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, Malinslee est.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, boilers,
-, bricks,
-, chains, n
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, iron,
-, nails,
-, sandstone,
-, slag,
-, inst.,
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction, plate
-, Lee, Little,
-, Malinslee Hall,
-, Malinslee Lodge,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, Old Pk., n, n, plate,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public ho.,
-, rly.,
-, recreation grounds,
-, roads,
-, Hollinswood interchange,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, Spout Ho.,
-, Telford town centre, see Telford new town
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

malting, see industries, etc.

Malvern (Worcs.),

mangolds, see crops: vegetables

manhole covers, see iron and steel: products

Mannerley Lane, see Ketley

Manning, John,

manor courts, see courts

Manor Farm, see Sheriffhales

Manpower Services Commission, n

Mansel, Ric.,

Mansell, Wm.,

March, earl of, see Mortimer, Rog. de

Marchamley (in Hodnet),

Marigold:
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, -, m. Wm. Spearman (fl. mid 18th cent.),

Marked Bar Association, see iron and steel

Market Drayton, see Drayton, Market

market gardening, see gardening

markets, and see Dawley; Drayton, Market; Ercall Magna; Ironbridge; Madeley; Madeley Wood; Newport; Oakengates town; Wellington; Wem; Whit-church

Markham:
-, Thos.,
-, Tim.,

marl, see minerals and mining

Marnwood (in Madeley),

Marquis Coal & Tilery Co.

Marsden, S. E., bp. of Bathurst (Australia),

Marsh, the (in Barrow),

Marsh-Edwards, H. M.,

Marshall:
-, Edw.,
-, H. Johnson,
-, Joshua,

Martin & Sons,

Martyrs' Memorial and Church of England Trust,

Mary I, n

Mason, Anne, m. Hen. Brett,

Matthews, J. T.,

Maud, Empress,

Maude, Abiah, see Sinclair

Maurice, Prince,

Maw fam.,

Maydon, Thos.,

measures, see weights and measures

meat, see foodstuffs

medical supplies, see industries, etc.

medicine, health, and welfare,
-, ambulances,
-, clinics, dispensaries, and health centres,
-, diseases,
-, Black Death,
-, cholera,
-, diphtheria,
-, epilepsy,
-, fevers,
-, paratyphoid,
-, venereal,
-, health, boards of,
-, health (sanitary) insp.,
-, hospitals, plate
-, medical supplies, see industries, etc.
-, nursing,
-, physicians,
-, spa, see Admaston
-, surgeons, n, n
-, wells, healing,
-, and see Miners' Welfare Fund; Public Health Act

Melling (Lancs.), see Hornby

Mellor, Jas.,

Mercer fam.,

mercers, see cloth: dealing

merchants, see industries, etc.

Mercia,
-, earl of, see Edwin
-, king of, see Ethelbald
-, lady of, see Æthelflæd

merestones, plate

Merrythought Ltd.,

Mersey, river,

metamorphic rock, see minerals and mining

Methodists,
-, New Connexion,
-, Primitive, n,
-, Revivalist,
-, United,
-, United Methodist Free Churches,
-, Wesleyan, plates
-, Wesleyan Reformers,
-, Winfieldite,

Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage & Wagon Co. Ltd.,

Meuland (or Longespee), Rog., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield,

Meyrick:
-, Rowland Fra.,
-, (formerly Charlton), Sir Thos. (d. 1921),
-, W. J. C., see Charlton-Meyrick
-, Wal. Thos.,

Michell fam., see Smitheman

Middlesex, see Clerkenwell; Euston; Harrow; Kensington, South; Paddington; Westminster

Middleton Priors (in Ditton Priors),

Middlewich (Ches.),

Midland News Association Ltd.,

Midland Red Omnibus Co.,

Midland Examiner,

Midlands, the,

Midlands, west:
-, Black Country, q.v.
-, conurbation,
-, ind. and trade,
-, green belt,
-, iron,
-, new towns,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, regional planning,

Midlands, West, economic planning region,
-, employment,
-, 'growth point',
-, planning, and see West Midlands Regional Study
-, planning authorities,

Midlands New Towns Society,

Milburga, St.,

military tenure, see tenures

militia, see forces

milk, see foodstuffs: dairy products

miller, John the, see John

Millington:
-, John (fl. 1855),
-, John (fl. 1870, ? another)
-, John (d. c. 1875, ? another),
-, R., n
-, Thos.,

mills, see industries, etc.; named places

Millward, Thos.,

Milnes, G. F., & Co. Ltd., plate

Milton Keynes (Bucks.), new town,

mineral water, see industries, etc.

minerals and mining:
-, agents, see industries, etc.: mining agents
-, basalt ('Black Rock', 'Dhu Stone'),
-, bitumen,
-, brine,
-, clay, q.v.
-, coal, q.v.
-, equipment,
-, granite,
-, gravel,
-, hardcore,
-, igneous (volcanic) rock,
-, iron pyrites,
-, ironstone, q.v.
-, limestone,
-, marl,
-, metamorphic rock,
-, miners (unspecified),
-, oil,
-, quarrying,
-, rents, q.v.
-, roadstone,
-, salt,
-, sand,
-, sandstone,

Miners' Welfare Fund,

mining, see minerals and mining

Mirk, John,

moats, plates

molasses,

monastic granges, see agriculture

monastic stewards, see stewards

Montford, n

Montgomery, Rog. of, earl of Shrewsbury,
-, his sons, and see Bellême

Montgomery,
-, honor,

Montgomeryshire, see Montgomery; Powys: lordship

Moor, J. H. C.,

Moore:
-, J. S.,
-, R. N.,
-, T. L.,

Mor-Isis Products,

Moreton:
-, H. J.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1526-9),
-, Rob. (fl. before 1757),
-, Sarah, see Revell
-, fam., n
-, and see Morton

Moreton Corbet, n, and see Preston Brockhurst

Moreton Say, and see Bletchley; Chesthill; Longford

Moreton's Coppice, see Horsehay

Morgan, Eliz.,

Mormons, see Latter Day Saints

Morrall, Hugh,

Morris:
-, J. K.,
-, Rob.,

Morris-Eyton:
-, C. E.,
-, Chas. Llewellyn Grant,
-, and see Eyton; Morris

Morte, John,

Mortimer:
-, Ralph de,
-, Rog. de, earl of March,

Morton:
-, Mic. of (fl. 1255-8),
-, Mic. of (fl. c. 1285),
-, Wm.,
-, and see Moreton

Morville, see Aston Eyre

Moss, Thos.,

Moss, the, see Wrockwardine Wood

Mosseygreen, see Ketley

Moston (in Stanton upon Hine Heath), n

motor vehicles, see engineering: products

motorways, see roads

moulding, see iron and steel: processes

Moulton, J. F., Baron Moulton,

Mount, the, see Wellington

Mount Gilbert, forest of, see Wrekin forest

Mount Pleasant, see Coalbrookdale; Ironbridge

Mountford, Ric.,

Mountrath:
-, ctss. of, see Newport
-, earl of, see Coote

Mowbray:
-, Eliz. de, dchss. of Norfolk, see Fitz-Alan
-, John de, duke of Norfolk,

Much Wenlock, see Wenlock, Much

Mucklestone (Salop. and Staffs.), see Bearstone; Dorrington; Gravenhunger; Woore

Muckleton (in Shawbury), n

Muirhead, J. G., Ltd.,

Mumporn Hill, see Priorslee

muncorn, see crops: cereals

munitions, see industries, etc.

Munslow hundred, n

Murphy:
-, O. D.,
-, R. G.,
-, R. G. R.,
-, fam.,

Murphy, O. D., & Sons Ltd.,

Murray, Lionel,

museums,
-, Ironbridge Gorge Museum, n

music, see composer; entertainments, etc.

Muslims, see Islam

mutton, see foodstuffs: meat

Muxton (in Lilleshall),
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, char.,
-, ch. (mission),
-, clubs and societies,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, clocksmith,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, Muxton Bridge,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, roads,
-, sewerage,
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, water supply,

Muxton Bridge, see Muxton

Myndtown,

Mytton:
-, Eliz.,
-, Thos.,

Nabb, the (in Shifnal, Wombridge, and Wrockwardine),
-, bowling,
-, ch. (mission),
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, land reclamation,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public ho.,
-, sch.,
-, woodland,

Nagington (in Child's Ercall), n, n,

nails, see iron and steel: products

Nantmawr, see Trefonen

Nantwich (Ches.), barony, n

Napoléon I, emperor of the French,

narrowboats, see boats

Nash, T. A.,

Nash (in Wrockwardine),

Nathaniel, Kathleen M., see Ball

National Certificates,

National Coal Board, see Coal Board

National Federation of Retain News-agents, Booksellers, and Stationers, see Newsagents,Booksellers, and Stationers

National Fire Service, see Fire Service

National Health Service, see Health Service

National Olympian Society, see Olympian Society

National Society for Promoting Religious Education in Accordance with the Principles of the Church of England, n,

naturalists,

Neachley, see Donington

Nedge Farm, see Shifnal

Nedge Hill, see Shifnal

neifs, and see villeins

Nettlefold & Chamberlain,

Nettlefolds Ltd.,

Nevill:
-, Eliz., Baroness Bergavenny, see Beauchamp
-, Geo., Baron Bergavenny (d. 1492),
-, Geo., Baron Bergavenny (d. 1535),
-, Hen., Baron Bergavenny,
-, Sir Edw.,

Neville, Sir John de,

New Coalmoor Sanitary Pipe Co.Ltd.,

New Connexion, see Methodists

New Dale halt, see Ketley: rlys.

New Donnington, see Donnington

New Hadley, see Hadley

New Hall, see Wellington

New Testament Church of God,

New Town, see Dawley; Wellington

new towns,
-, medieval, see Madeley: town
-, and see 'Alcan'; Crawley; Harlow; Midlands, west; Midlands New Towns Society; Milton Keynes; Northampton; Peterborough; Redditch; Telford new town; Wales

New Towns Acts (1946 and 1965), n

New Works (in Wellington and Little Wenlock),

Newdale, see Lawley

Newport:
-, Cath., m. Baron Herbert of Chirbury,
-, Diana, m. earl of Mountrath,
-, Sir Fra. (d. 1623),
-, Fra., earl of Bradford (d. 1708),
-, as Vct. (formerly Baron) New-port,
-, as 'Mr.' Newport,
-, Hen., earl of Bradford,
-, John,
-, Lucy Eliz., ctss. of Bradford, see Byng
-, Marg., see Bromley
-, Mary, m. John Steventon, Fra. Forester,
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1570),
-, Ric., Baron Newport (d. 1651),
-, Thos. (fl. 1389-91), n
-, Thos. (fl. 1394-1413, ? another), n
-, Thos., Baron Torrington (d. 1719),
-, fam.,

Newport, n,
-, bank,
-, canal,
-, highway dist.,
-, livestock sales,
-, mkt.,
-, parl. rep.,
-, petty-sessional divn.,
-, poor-law union, n
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, roads to,
-, R.D. (formerly R.S.D.),
-, sch. attendance cttee., n
-, social life,

Newsagents, Booksellers, and Stationers, National Federation of Retail,

newspapers, see industries, etc.

Nicholls, Wm., n

nickel, see industries, etc.

Nikon U.K. Ltd. (Instruments Divn.),

nineholes, see entertainments, etc.

Nitram Foundry Co.,

Noel-Hill (formerly Hill):
-, Ric., Baron Berwick (d. 1848), n,
-, fam.,
-, and see Hill

nonconformity, see protestant nonconformity

Noneley, Mrs. Margarette (Margaretta),

Nonyley, Ric., and his s.,

Norfolk:
-, dchss. of, see FitzAlan
-, duke of, see Mowbray

Norfolk, and see Norwich

Norris, W. G.,

North Shropshire coroner's district, see Shropshire, North

Northampton, new town,

Northamptonshire, and see Bulwick; Daventry; Foxley; Northampton; Peterborough

Norton, John,

Norton (in Culmington),

Norton (in Wroxeter), n,

Norwich (Norf.), dean of,

notary public, see industries, etc.

Nott:
-, John,
-, Sam.,

Nottingham,

novelist, see writers

Nürnberg Co.,

nurseries, see gardening

nursing, see medicine, etc.

nuts, see crops

Nuway Manufacturing Co. Ltd.,

O'Connor, Mic. & Art.,

O'Regan, Thos.,

oak, see wood

Oakengates and Wellington Primitive Methodist circuit,

Oakengates Leisure Centre, see Wrockwardine Wood

Oakengates town (in Shifnal and Wombridge), plate
-, adv.,
-, assembly rooms, halls, etc.,
-, town hall,
-, bowling,
-, bull baiting,
-, canal,
-, Carlyle Ho., n
-, chamber of commerce,
-, child-health centre,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, cinemas,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cock fighting,
-, Coffee Palace,
-, commons and waste,
-, electricity supply,
-, est.,
-, fairs,
-, fire stn.,
-, football,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, Green, the,
-, Hartshill,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, banks,
-, bricks,
-, cabinet makers,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, iron,
-, nails,
-, retail,
-, inst.,
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, librs.,
-, lock-up,
-, mkt.,
-, name,
-, newspaper,
-, nursery,
-, police,
-, pond, n
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, Primitive Meth. circuit, and see Oakengates and Wellington Primitive Methodist circuit
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, recreation ground,
-, replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, Science and Art Cttee.,
-, sewerage,
-, sports field,
-, Stanford (Staniford), n
-, technical instruction,
-, tennis,
-, wake,
-, Walker Technical Coll.,
-, water supply,

Oakengates U.D. (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors, Lilleshall, Preston upon the Weald Moors, Shifnal, Wellington, Wombridge, and Wrockwardine),
-, ambulance,
-, bdy.,
-, char.,
-, C.P.s,
-, council,
-, arms,
-, seals,
-, housing,
-, Oakengates Leisure Centre, see Wrockwardine Wood
-, Oakengates town, q.v.
-, pigeon keeping,
-, pop.,
-, settlement pattern,
-, wards,

Oakley, Rog. of,
-, his w., see Charnes, Isabel of

Oasland, Hen.,

oats, see crops: cereals

office equipment, see industries, etc.

Ogle:
-, Jane, m. earl of Shrewsbury,
-, John,
-, Ric.,

oil, see minerals and mining

Old Ben Homes,

Old English sports, see entertainments, etc.: rustic sports

Old Hall, see Lilleshall: Lilleshall Old Hall; Watling Street township; Wenlock, Little

Old Lodge, see Lilleshall

Old Park, see Malinslee

Old Park Iron Co.,

old people,

Old Swinford (Staffs. and Worcs.), see Amblecote; Stourbridge; Wollaston

Oldbury (Worcs., formerly Salop.) (in Halesowen),

Oliver:
-, Jas., n,
-, Thos., n
-, fam.,

Ollerton (in Stoke upon Tern),

Olympian Games, Shropshire,

Olympian Society, National,

Onions:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

opera, see entertainments, etc.: music

orchestras, see entertainments, etc.: music

Orderic Vitalis,

Ordnance Depot, Central, see Central Ordnance Depot

Ore:
-, Fra.,
-, Thos.,

Orléans, Odelerius of,

Orleton:
-, Adam of (fl. 1172-80),
-, Adam of (d. 1305),
-, Giles of,
-, Joan, w. of Ric. of (d. 1388),
-, John of,
-, Marg. of,
-, Ralph of (fl. 1141-55),
-, Ralph of (fl. 1186-c. 1225),
-, Ric. of (d. 1382),
-, Ric. of (d. 1388),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1240-64),
-, Wm. of (d. 1295, ? another),
-, fam.,

Orleton (in Wrockwardine),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, Orleton Hall, n, plate
-, gazebo, plate
-, pop.,
-, road,
-, woolmonger,

Orthodoxy, see Serbian Orthodoxy

Orton, Water (Warws.),
-, Chelmsley Wood housing est., n

Oswestry, n,
-, barony,
-, Trefonen, q.v.

Ouiet (fl. 1066),

Oulemor, Ric. of, n

'Oulemor', 'Oulmeyre', see Stirchley: Holmer

Overdale, see Ketley

Overley Hall, see Leaton

Overley Hill (in Wellington and Wrockwardine), plate

Owen:
-, Edw. Pryce,
-, T. E.,
-, Thos.,

ox chains, see agriculture: equipment

Oxford,
-, univ.,

Oxfordshire, and see Dorchester; Oxford

oxherds, see agriculture: workers

Paddington (London, formerly Mdx.),

Paddy, Fra.,

Pain's Lane, see St. George's

Painter, W. H., n

Palmer, Dr. John,

Paneas (Baniyas, Syria), bp. of, see Smart, John

pannage, see agriculture; rents

pans, frying, see iron and steel: products

Panting, Steph., n, n,

Pantulf:
-, Adam,
-, Alan,
-, Hugh,
-, his w.,
-, Ralph,
-, Wm. (fl. 1086-1112),
-, Wm. (fl. 1199),
-, fam.,
-, and see Pauncefot

Paradise, see Coalbrookdale

paratyphoid, see medicine, etc.: diseases

Pargeter, Edith ('Ellis Peters'),

Park, Old, see Malinslee

Park, Rough, see Madeley: pk.

Parker:
-, C. H.,
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Parkes, David,

Parkinson, Wm.,

parks,
-, municipal,

Parliamentarians, and see county committee

parliamentary representation, n, and see Newport; Staffordshire; Wrekin, the, parl. boro. constituency; Wrekin, the, parl. divn. (co. constituency)

Parry:
-, Edw.,
-, Peter,
-, Rose, see Giffard

Parville House, see Wellington

Patchett:
-, Lt.-Col. Jas.,
-, fam.,

Patiton, Thos., n

Patmore, Thos.,

pattern making, see engineering: processes

Patterson, Ada, n

Pattingham (Salop. and Staffs.), see Rudge

Pattishall (Northants.), see Foxley

Pattrick, Geo.,

Pauncefot (? recte Pantulf), John de,
-, Hugh s. of, see Hugh

Pave Lane (in Edgmond and Sheriffhales),

Pavier (Pavior), Rog.,

Peace, International Voluntary Service for,

peace, sessions or justices of, see courts

Peach, Rob.,

Peake, Wm.,

Pearce:
-, C. W.,
-, John,

peas, see crops: vegetables

Pedwardine, Sir Wal. of,

Pemberton:
-, Edw. (d. 1617),
-, Edw. (d. 1680),
-, Edw. (d. 1800),
-, Rob.,
-, Wm., see Cludde
-, fam., n,

Pemberton & Stokes,

Pengwern (? Wrockwardine village),

Penkivil, H., n

Penkridge (Staffs.), fair, and see Gailey

Penley (Flints.) (in Ellesmere),

Penson, Wm.,

Pentecostalists, Elim,

Peploe, Sam., bp. of Chester,

Peplow, And.,

Peplow (in Hodnet), n

periodicals (magazines),
-, parish,

Perrott, Wm.,

Perton:
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,
-, and see Purton

Perton (in Tettenhall, Staffs.),

Peterborough (Northants.), new town,

Peters:
-, Art.,
-, Ellis., see Pargeter

Petershill, see Ketley

Petworth (Suss.), honor, n

Peverel:
-, Hamon, n
-, Peter,
-, Seburga (natural dau. of Hamon), m. Wm. of Hadley,
-, Wm., n

Philip, King, n

Philip, Master,

Phillipps, Wm.,

Phillips:
-, And.,
-, Anne, see Revell
-, Herb.,
-, Hugo Moreton,
-, (formerly Gwyther), J. H. A.,
-, John Revell,
-, Revell (fl. 1729),
-, Revell (d. 1816),
-, Revell (fl. 1827-54),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, w. of John Revell,
-, Thos. Carter,
-, Wm. (fl. 1706),
-, Wm. (fl. 1792-1802),
-, fam., n

Phillips, H., & Co.,

photography, see industries, etc.

physicians, see medicine, etc.

Pickering:
-, Jos., n
-, Ric.,

pie powder, see courts

Pierrepont, Wm.,

pigeon racing, see entertainments, etc.: racing

pigeons, see agriculture: livestock

pigs, see agriculture: livestock

pillory, see punishments

Pimhill (formerly Baschurch) hundred,
-, bdy.,

Pimley (in St. Mary's, Shrewsbury), n

pinfolds, see pounds

pipes, see clay; iron and steel: products

Pirehill hundred (Staffs.),

pitch, see industries, etc.

Pitchcroft, see Aston, Church

Pitchford:
-, Edwin,
-, fam., n

Pitchford, Edwin, & Co.,

Pitt:
-, Humph.,
-, John,

Pitts fam., and see Pytts

planning officer, county,

plastics, see industries, etc.

plating, see engineering: processes

Plaxton, Geo.,

ploughs, see agriculture: equipment

ploughshares, see agriculture: equipment

Plowden Report, see Children and their Primary Schools

plumbing, see industries, etc.

Plymouth Brethren, see Brethren

Pocock, Rob.,

poets, see writers

Pole, John, see Poole

police,

political parties and groups, see Chartists; Conservative party; independents; Labour party; Liberal party; radicals; socialists; Whigs

Pontesbury,

Pool:
-, D. H. J.,
-, Rob.,
-, and see Poole

Pool Hill, see Dawley

Poole:
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1677), n
-, (or Pole), John (fl. 1676-9),
-, Marg.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Pool

porcelain, see clay

pork, see foodstuffs: meat

Port Sunlight (in Bebington, Ches.),

Portley, see Dawley

Post Office, General, n

potatoes, see crops: vegetables

Potter & Cockburn,

Potter & Co.,

Potteries (Staffs.), the,

Pottersbank (in Wellington), n
-, geol.,
-, golf,
-, inn,
-, Ketley playing field,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, road,
-, sand,
-, Shepherd's Lane,
-, squash,
-, swimming,

pottery, see clay

poultry, see agriculture: livestock

pounds (pinfolds),

Powell, John,

power stations,

Powis, earls of, see Herbert

Powys:
-, Jonas of,
-, Gwion s. of, see Gwion
-, Meredith of,
-, Meyrick of,
-, Rog. of,

Powys:
-, ancient Welsh region,
-, lordship later in Mont.,

Poyner:
-, Lawr.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog., and his w., and n

Poynton (in Ercall Magna),

Praères:
-, Isabel de, m. Phil. Horton,
-, John de (fl. 1248-92, ? two of this name),
-, John de (? another),
-, John s. of, see John

Preen's Eddy bridge, see Coalport bridge

Prees, n, and see Calverhall; Sandford; Whixall

prehistoric remains,
-, Bronze Age,
-, Iron Age,

Presbyterians, and see Church of Scotland

pressing, see engineering: processes

Pressmoor Ltd.,

Presthope (in Much Wenlock),

Preston:
-, Adam of,
-, Agnes of, m. Wm. (fl. early 13th cent.), Rog.,
-, John of, n
-, Marg. of, m. Ric. of (fl. 1336-45),
-, Margery of, m. Thos. Rabas,
-, Pain of (fl. 1187-9),
-, Pain of (fl. 1296-1320),
-, Ralph of,
-, Ric. of (fl. 1336-45),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1370-82), n
-, Rog. of (? two of this name),
-, Sabin of, m. Wm. of Horton, Rog. of Preston,
-, Sibyl of,
-, Wm. of (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1275),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1292-1304),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1332, ? another),

Preston Boats (in Upton Magna), n

Preston Brockhurst (in Moreton Corbet and Shawbury), n

Preston upon the Weald Moors parish,
-, adv.,
-, bdy.,
-, Central Ordnance Depot, q.v.
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, C.P.,
-, glebe,
-, Hoo, the, q.v.
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, poor-relief,
-, Preston upon the Weald Moors township, q.v.
-, roads,
-, tithes,

Preston upon the Weald Moors township (in Preston upon the Weald Moors and Wellington),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, beerho.,
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, chars.,
-, commons and waste,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, salt,
-, sand,
-, Kingley Wych,
-, Kinley,
-, man., n, n,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Preston Hall,
-, Preston Trust Homes (formerly Preston hosp.), plate
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, woodland,

Price:
-, Sir Frank L.,
-, H. P.,
-, and see Pryce

Primitive Methodists, see Methodists

Prince's End, see Lawley Bank

Prince's End housing estate, see Lawley Bank: housing

printing, see industries, etc.

Priorslee (in Shifnal),
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric., n
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch., n,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, C.P., n
-, clubs and societies,
-, coin hoard,
-, cricket,
-, est.,
-, football,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, chemical wks.,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, coke,
-, concrete,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay goods,
-, iron and steel, plates
-, lime,
-, office equipment,
-, slag,
-, inst.,
-, lock-up,
-, moated site,
-, Mumporn Hill,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, Priorslee Hall,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, Snedshill,
-, Snedshill Coppice,
-, stream,
-, village,
-, woodland,

prisons, see punishments

Pritchard, Sam.,

probate court, see courts

processions, see Rogationtide processions

professions, see industries, trades, and professions

protestant nonconformity, see Anabaptists; Assemblies of God; Baptists; Brethren; Brotherhood; Christadelphians; Congregationalists; Evangelicals; Full Gospel Church; Gospel Army Mission; Jehovah's Witnesses; Latter Day Saints; Methodists; New Testament Church of God; Penteostalists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Salvation Army; Spiritualists; United Church of Jesus Christ (Apostolic); United Reformed Church

Provident Society, Shropshire,

Pryce, E. B., and see Price

Public Health Act (1872),

Public Libraries Act (1892),

publishing, see industries, etc.: printing and publishing

puddling, see iron and steel: processes

Puleston (in Chetwynd), n

Pulverbatch, Church, n
-, barony, n

punishments,
-, gallows,
-, pillory,
-, prisons (gaols), and see lock-ups
-, stocks,
-, tumbrel (tumble stool),

Purcell:
-, Alf.,
-, John, n
-, fam., n,

puritanism, see Church of England

Purton fam., n; and see Perton

Pyjamas Ltd.,

Pytts, Sir Edw., and see Pitts

Pyx Granite Co. Ltd.,

Quakers (Religious Society of Friends),

Quam Pool (in Lilleshall and Wrock-wardine),

Quarry, the, see Ketley

quarrying, see minerals and mining

Quatford, and see Eardington

Quatt,

Queen Anne's Bounty, see Church of England

Quenby (in Hungerton, Leics.),

Rabas, Thos.,
-, his w. Margery, see Preston

rabbits, see agriculture: livestock

racing, see entertainments, etc.

Radburn (N.J., U.S.A.),

Radcliffe, T., & Co.,

radicals,

radio, see entertainments, etc.

radman,

Radnor, Peter of,

Ragg, Thos.,

railings, see iron and steel: products

Railway Messenger,

railways (tramroads, tramways, waggonways),
-, private, n,
-, public, n, plate and see Reshaping of British Railways

Ralph (fl. before 1203), Ric. s. of, see Richard (fl. 1203)

Ralph (? another), Ric. s. of, see Richard (fl. 1220s)

Randall:
-, John,
-, T. M.,
-, fam.,

Randlay Brick & Tile Co.,

Randlay housing estate, see Stirchley: housing

Randlay valley,
-, pool,

rape, see crops: vegetables

rates, n, n, and see taxes

Rathbone:
-, Hannah Mary, see Reynolds
-, Jos.,
-, Mary, see Darby

reading rooms, see libraries and reading rooms

receiver-general, see taxes

record, court of, see courts

recreation, see entertainments, recreation, and sport

Red Lion Brewery Co.,

Redditch (Worcs.),
-, new town,

Redhill (Uxacona) (in LilleshallSheriffhales, and Shifnal),

Redlake, see Ketley

Redlees, see Ketley

Reed, Benj.,

Reeve, John,

reeves, see bailiffs

Reeves & Voysey,

'Reking' (? Wrekin) ironworks (unlocated), n

relief, see services

religious houses, and see agriculture: granges, monastic; hermits; named places; stewards: monastic

Religious Society of Friends, see Quakers

rents:
-, agric.,
-, copyhold,
-, customary,
-, freehold,
-, leasehold,
-, rack,
-, cottage,
-, council house,
-, feudal, n,
-, fishery,
-, glebe,
-, 'king's',
-, milk,
-, mineral,
-, pannage,
-, pew,
-, of tithes,
-, vicontiel,
-, 'wood silver',
-, and see services; tenures

requests, court of, see courts

reservoirs,

Reshaping of British Railways (Beeching Report),

return of writs, see franchises

Revell:
-, Anne, m. Revell Phillips (d. 1729),
-, Edw. (fl. 1655-75),
-, Edw. (fl. 1690-6),
-, John (d. 1729),
-, Rosamund,
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Moreton,
-, fam.,

Revivalist Methodists, see Methodists

Reynold the sheriff, see Bailleul

Reynolds:
-, Hannah Mary, m. - Rathbone,
-, Jane, n
-, Jos.,
-, Jos. Gulson,
-, Rebecca, m. Jos. Ball,
-, Ric., plate
-, Susanna Ball, m. John Bartlett,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1803),
-, Dr. Wm. (d. 1877),
-, fam., n,

Reynolds, Jos., & Co.,

Reynolds, Ric., & Co., n,

Reynolds, Wm., & Co., n,

Reynolds, Charlton & Co.,

Reynolds & Co.,

Rhodes, Ric. Alma, n, n

Ribbesford (Worcs.), see Bewdley

Richard I,

Richard II,

Richard (fl. 1203) son of Ralph,

Richard (fl. 1220s) son of Ralph (? another), n

Richard the clerk,

Richards:
-, Mic.,
-, Sir Gordon,

Ricoh U.K. Ltd.,

Ridges, the, see Dawley, Little

riding, see entertainments, etc.

Rifle Volunteers, Shropshire, see forces

riots,

Rippon, Aubrey Geof. Fred.,

Riseley (Beds.),

rivets, see iron and steel: products

roads (highways), major, n, n,
-, ancient, plate
-, motorways, plates
-, Telford new town, plates
-, turnpike, plate
-, and see highway boards; surveyors; tollgates; tolls

roadstone, see minerals and mining

Robert son of Godebold,

Robert the butler, n

Roberts:
-, E.,
-, Edw.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Robinson, Thos.,

Rock, the, see Ketley

'Rock church', the, see Madeley Wood

Rocke, John,

Roden (in Ercall Magna), n

Roden, river,

Rodenhurst (in Rodington), n

Rodington, n,
-, Rodenhurst, q.v.
-, Somerwood, n
-, Sugdon, q.v.

Roe:
-, Chas.,
-, David,
-, Hen. Octavius,
-, John,
-, Rob. (fl. 1682-1710, ? two of the name),
-, Sam.,
-, Wm. (d. 1679),
-, Wm. (d. 1741),
-, Wm. (d. 1761),
-, -, m. Wm. Turner,
-, fam.,

Rogationtide processions (bannering),

Rogers:
-, Dan.,
-, Fra.,
-, John,
-, his father,
-, Susan, w. of Dan.,
-, fam.,

Rollason & Slater,

roller skating, see entertainments, etc.: skating

rollers, see agriculture: equipment

rolling, see iron and steel: processes

Roman Catholicism, n,

Romano-British remains,

Rome,

roots, see crops: vegetables

rope, see industries, etc.wire, see iron and steel: products

Rose:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Rose, John, & Co.,

Rose, Blakeway & Co., n,

Rose Cottage, see Coalbrookdale

Rossall, Down (in St. Chad's, Shrewsbury),

Rotherham (Yorks. W.R.),

Rough Park, see Madeley: pk.

rowing, see entertainments, etc.

Rowley:
-, Benj.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1598),
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1735),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Rowton (in Ercall Magna), n

royal estates,

royal forests, see forests

Royal National Institute for the Blind, see Blind

rubber, see industries, etc.

Rudge (in Pattingham),

Rudolph, H. B.,

Rushbury, Jas.,

Rushmoor (in Wrockwardine),
-, sewage wks.,

Rushton, W. H.,

Russell:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Russells Rubber Co. Ltd.,

rustic sports, see entertainments, etc.

Ruxton, Isabel Sarah Dashwood, m. T. S. Eyton, A. C. Eyton,

Rychers, Rob.,

rye, see crops: cereals

rye-grass, see crops

Ryton, see Grindle,

S. & S. Structures, n

saddlery, see industries, etc.: leather

St. Clair-Erskine, Millicent Fanny, m. marquess of Stafford (later duke of Sutherland), and see
-, Sinclair

St. George's ,(Pain's Lane) (in Lilleshall, Shifnal, and Wrockwar dine) n,
-, adv.,
-, Albion Hill,
-, ambulance,
-, athletics,
-, billiards,
-, bowling,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy., n,
-, C.P., n
-, clubs and societies,
-, dom. archit.,
-, football,
-, gas supply,
-, glebe,
-, horse racing,
-, hosp.,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering, wks., plate
-, iron,
-, nails,
-, sandstone,
-, inst.,
-, libr.,
-, mkt.,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public ho.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, Snowhill,
-, sports and recreations,
-, ground,
-, tithes,
-, water supply,

St. John Ambulance Brigade,

St. John in Bedwardine (Worcs.),

St. Pancras (London, formerly Mdx.), see Euston

Salop, archds. of,

Salop Archidiaconal Board of Education, see Education

Salop County Council, see Shropshire County Council

Salopian and West Midland Monthly Illustrated Journal, n

salt, see minerals and mining

Salter:
-, Eleanor, see Cludde
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Salvation Army,

Sambrook (in Cheswardine and Chetwynd), n

sand, see minerals and mining

Sandford (in Prees), n
-, Aychley, n

sandstone, see minerals and mining

sanitary inspectors, see medicine, etc.

sanitary pipes, see clay

Sankey, Harry,

Sankey, Jos., & Sons Ltd.,

Saunders, W.,

Saville:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1626),
-, Sir Geo., marquess of Halifax (d. 1695),
-, Sir Wm.,

savings banks, see banks

sawing, see wood: working

Say:
-, Hugh de (d. c. 1249),
-, Hugh de (fl. 1255),
-, Rob. de,
-, Wal. de,
-, fam.,

Scarborough (Yorks. N.R.),

scavenging, see waste disposal

Schofield, Jane,

school boards, and see Dawley; Stirchley; Wellington; Wombridge; Wrockwardine Wood

School Certificate, Oxford,

Schoolmaster, Rog.,

schools:
-, insp.,
-, teachers,
-, and see Children and their Primary Schools; Education, General Certificate of; Education, Salop Archidiaconal Board of; Education Act; Education Department; Education of the Adolescent; named places National Society; school boards; School Certificate

Science and Art Department, see Kensington, South

Scotland, see Whithorn

Scotland, Church of, see Church of Scotland

Scott, Sir Geo. Gilb.,

scouting, see entertainments, etc.

Scrope, Wm. le, earl of Wiltshire,

Scropton (Derb.), see Foston

sculptors, see Marshall, Edw.; Marshall, Joshua

seals,

Seddon, Mr. -,

Sedgeley (Staffs.), see Brierley

Seman, Thos.,

Serbian Orthodoxy,

serfs (servi), see agriculture: workers

Sergeant, Mary, m. Abraham Darby (I),

sergeants, hundred,

serjeanty, see tenures

servi, see agriculture: workers

services,
-, 'farfee',
-, fealty,
-, heriot,
-, labour,
-, relief,
-, tallage,
-, terciary,
-, 'varneth',
-, and see rents; tenures

settlements, depopulated (deserted, shrunken),

Severn, river, plate
-, barges and trows,
-, bridges,
-, Iron Bridge, the, q.v.
-, coracles,
-, ferries,
-, fishing in,
-, Gorge,
-, geol.,
-, landscape,
-, pollution,
-, swimming in,
-, tow path,
-, trade,
-, coal,
-, Valley,
-, weirs,
-, wharves,

Severn House, see Coalbrookdale

Severn Valley Railway,

sewing, see industries, etc.: clothing

Sezincote (Glos.),

Sèvres (Seine-et-Oise, France),

Shakeshaft, Wm.,

Sharp, Dame Evelyn A., Baroness Sharp,

Shavington (in Adderley), n

Shawbirch, (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors and Wellington)

Shawbirch housing estate, (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors and Wrockwardine)

Shawbury, n, and see Acton Reynald; Charlton; Edgebolton; Muckleton; Preston Brockhurst; Wytheford, Great; Wytheford, Little

shearing, see cloth: making

Shearman fam.,

sheep, see agriculture: livestock

Sheinton,

Sheldon:
-, Eliz., see Leveson
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

shelling, see agriculture

Shelton:
-, Edw.,
-, -,

Shelton (in Stoke-upon-Trent, Staffs.),

Shenstone (Staffs.),

shepherd, Thos. the, see Thomas

Shepherd, Mrs. Hannah,

Shepherd's Lane, see Pottersbank

shepherds, see agriculture: workers

sheriff, Reynold the, see Bailleul

Sheriff Hutton (Yorks. N.R.), see Stittenham

Sheriffhales (Salop. and Staffs.),
-, clergy,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Crackleybank, q.v.
-, Hales, Little,
-, Hilton,
-, Lilleshall Hall,
-, man.,
-, Manor Fm.,
-, Pave Lane, q.v.
-, Redhill, q.v.
-, Woodcote, q.v.

sheriffs,
-, tourn, see courts
-, under-sheriffs, n
-, vicontiel rents, see rents

Sherwood, Mrs. Mary Martha,

Shifnal,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bank,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, clergy,
-, C.P.,
-, commons and waste,
-, Coppice Green,
-, Crackleybank, q.v.
-, cricket,
-, Dark Lane, q.v.
-, est.,
-, Evelith, q.v.
-, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v.
-, Hatton Grange,
-, Hollinswood, q.v.
-, Hollinswood housing estate, q.v.
-, Lee, Leonard's,
-, livestock sales,
-, Lizard,
-, Madeley Junction,
-, man., n,
-, Nabb, the, q.v.
-, Nedge Fm.,
-, Nedge Hill,
-, Oakengates town, q.v.
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, petty-sessional divn.,
-, poor-law union,
-, Priorslee, q.v.
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Redhill, q.v.
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, R.D.,
-, St. George's, q.v.
-, sch.,
-, Stafford Park industrial estate, q.v.
-, Upton, q.v.
-, Wesleyan circuit, see Ketley Bank and Shifnal Wesleyan circuit

shingling, see iron and steel: processes

Shipley (in Claverley),

shire (county) court, see courts

Shoebotham, Norah,

shooting, see entertainments, etc.

shops (unspecified), see industries, etc.

Shore, Peter D.,

Short Wood, see Watling Street township

shovelboard, see entertainments, etc.

shovels, see iron and steel: products

shows, flower, see gardening

Shrawardine, n

Shrewsbury:
-, ctss. of, see Hardwick; Ogle; Stafford; Walden
-, earls of, and see Bellême; Montgomery, Rog. of; Talbot

Shrewsbury,
-, abbey, see Abbey Foregate
-, Abbey Foregate, q.v.
-, as address, n,
-, Albrightlee, q.v.
-, boro.:
-, lib.,
-, mayor,
-, canal,
-, ch.:
-, Holy Cross, see Abbey Foregate:
-, abbey
-, St. Alkmund's, clergy,
-, St. Julian's
-, St. Mary's,
-, Civil War siege,
-, Dominican friary,
-, fair,
-, governors of (Civil War and Interregnum),
-, ind., trade, and professions:
-, architects,
-, coal,
-, drapers,
-, livestock sales,
-, malting,
-, tanning,
-, Longner, q.v.
-, mkt.,
-, newspapers,
-, Pimley, q.v.
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rossall, Down, q.v.
-, Stillyard Shut,
-, Wesleyan circuit,

Shrewsbury & Birmingham Railway,

Shrewsbury Canal, plate

Shropshire, east (Coalbrookdale), coalfield,
-, bdy.,
-, canals,
-, cruel sports,
-, engines,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, immigration,
-, ind. and trade,
-, retail,
-, name,
-, poor-relief,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos., n,
-, rlys.,
-, rehabilitation of,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, technical educ.,

Shropshire, East, coroner's district,

Shropshire, North, coroner's district,

Shropshire & North Wales Assurance Co.,

Shropshire & Staffordshire Artillery Volunteers, see forces

Shropshire Banking Co.,

Shropshire Beet Sugar Co. Ltd.,

Shropshire Brewery,

Shropshire Canal, plate

Shropshire (formerly Salop) County Council, n,
-, co. library, see libraries and reading rooms
-, co. planning officer, see planning officer

Shropshire Cricket League, see Cricket League

Shropshire Evening News,

Shropshire Examiner,

Shropshire Guardian,

Shropshire Iron Co.,

Shropshire Journal,

Shropshire Labour Reporter,

Shropshire Light Infantry, King's, see forces

Shropshire News,

Shropshire Olympian Games, see Olympian Games

Shropshire Provident Society, see Provident Society

Shropshire Rifle Volunteers, see forces

Shropshire Star,

Shropshire Star Ltd.,

Shropshire Steel Co. Ltd.,

Shropshire Union Canal, plate

Shropshire Union Railway,

Shropshire Union Railways & Canal Co. (S.U.R.C.C.),

Shropshire Volunteer Infantry, see forces

Shropshire Weekly Newspapers Ltd.,

Shropshire Yeomanry, see forces

Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry, see forces

shrunken settlements, see settlements

siegeworks, see earthworks

Siemens, Karl,

Siemens process, see iron and steel: processes

Sigward (fl. c. 730),

Sikhs,

silencers, see engineering: products

Silkin Way footpath, see Telford new town

Simmons, Wal.,

Simon, sons of, see James; Simon; William

Simpson:
-, H. C.,
-, his bro.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Sinclair:
-, (née Maude), Abiah, m. Abraham Darby (II),
-, Duncan,
-, and see St. Clair-Erskine

Sinclair Iron Co. Ltd.,

Singar, John,

Sistain (fl. 1066),

skating, see entertainments, etc.

skins, see industries, etc.: leather

slag, see industries, etc.

Slaney:
-, Frances Cath., m. Wm. Kenyon (later Kenyon-Slaney),
-, John,
-, Plowden,
-, Rob. (d. 1706),
-, Rob. (d. 1728),
-, Rob. (d. 1834),
-, Rob. Aglionby (d. 1757),
-, Rob. Aglionby (d. 1862),
-, his daus.,
-, fam.,

Slater, Jos.,

Slaughter:
-, Barbara, see Giffard
-, Thos.,

Sleap (in Ercall Magna), n
-, Woodfield,

Sleapford (in Ercall Magna),

slitting, see iron and steel: processes

Smalleyhill, see Wenlock, Little

Smart, John, bp. of Paneas, n

Smethwick (Worcs., formerly Staffs.)(in Harborne):
-, engineering,
-, schs.,
-, Soho Foundry,

smith, Hugh the, see Hugh

Smith:
-, Benj.,
-, Chas., n
-, E. M.,
-, Edw.,
-, Patrick,
-, Rebecca, m. Abraham Darby (III),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, S. Pountney,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah ('Hesba Stretton'),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, -,
-, and see Smyth; Smythe

Smith, Sam., & Co.,

Smitheman:
-, Cath., see Brooke
-, John (d. 1667),
-, John (d. 1689),
-, John (d. 1709),
-, John (d. 1733),
-, John (d. 1773),
-, John (d. 1809),
-, John Unett,
-, (or Michell) fam.,

smithing, seeiron and steel: processes

Smyth, Jas., and see Smith; Smythe

Smythe, Humph., and see Smith; Smyth

Snedshill, see Priorslee

Snedshill Bar Iron Co.,

Snedshill Coppice, see Priorslee

Snitterfield (Warws.),

Snow, Wm.,

Snowhill, see St. George's

soap, see industries, etc.

socage, see tenures

socialists, and see Labour party

societies, see entertainments, etc.: working men's clubs; friendly societies; named places: clubs and societies

Society of Friends, Religious, see Quakers

Sockett, Wm.,

Soho Foundry, see Smethwick

solicitors, see industries, etc.: lawyers

Somerset, see Bath

Somerwood, see Rodington

Sommerfeld, K. J. & A., Ltd.,

Sommerfeld Flexboard Ltd.,

Soulton (in Wem), n

South Kensington, see Kensington, South

Southall, John,

Southall, see Dawley

Southall Bank, see Stirchley

Southside, see Ironbridge

Sowdeley:
-, Joan, see Horton
-, John,
-, Reynold,
-, Ric.,

spa, see Admaston

spades, see iron and steel: products

Spartan Steel & Alloys Ltd.,

Spearman:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. mid 18th cent.),
-, his w., see Marigold
-, Wm. (fl. 1856),

Spenser:
-, Marg., see Cleobury
-, Ric.,

spinning, see cloth: making

Spiritualists,

Spoonley (in Adderley), n

sport, see entertainments, recreation, and sport

Spout House, see Malinslee

Sprenchose, Rog., n

Spring Village, see Horsehay

Springhill, see Wellington

Springwell brook, see Beveley brook

Sprott:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Spurgeon, C. H.,

squash, see entertainments, etc.

Stafford:
-, Cath., m. earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Eliz. of, m. Baron Strange of Blakemere, Baron Cobham,
-, Rob. of,
-, and see Stafford-Howard

Stafford:
-, Baron, see Jerningham
-, earls of, and see Stafford-Howard
-, mchnss. of, see St. Clair-Erskine
-, marquesses of, see Leveson-Gower
-, Vct., see Howard

Stafford, Marquis of, & Co.,

Stafford:
-, fair,
-, rly.,

Stafford-Howard:
-, (formerly Howard), Hen., earl of Stafford,
-, John Paul, earl of Stafford,
-, and see Howard; Stafford

Stafford Park industrial estate (in Shifnal), plate
-, Telford central fire stn.,

Staffordshire,
-, Artillery Volunteers, Shropshire & Staffordshire, see forces
-, bdy.,
-, iron and steel,
-, parl. rep.,
-, and see Amblecote; Bilston; Black Country; Blurton; Brewood; Brierley; Bromwich, West; Burton-upon-Trent; Cannock; Chillington; Comberford; Cuttlestone hundred; Drayton, Market; Dudley; Dunsley; Essington; Freeford; Gailey; Gnosall; Haughton; Kingswinford; Kinver; Lichfield; Penkridge; Perton; Pirehill hundred; Potteries; Shelton; Shenstone; Sheriffhales; Smethwick; Stafford; Stour Valley; Tamhorn; Tamworth; Tettenhall; Tixall; Tyrley; Whittimere; Wolverhampton; Wombourne

Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal,

Stainer, Mr. -,

Staneford, see Beveley

Stanford, Ralph of,

Stanford, see Oakengates town

Stanier, Wm.,

Staniford, see Oakengates town

Stanley:
-, Albert,
-, Capt. Thos.,
-, fam., n,

Stanton:
-, Ralph of,
-, Wal. of,

Stanton upon Hine Heath, n; and; see Booley; Hatton, High; Moston

Stanwardine in the Fields (in Baschurch), n

stationery, see industries, etc.

Stavensby, Alex., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield,

steel, see iron and steel

Steeraway, see Watling Street township

Steeraway Lime Co.,

Stephen, King,

Stephens, Mic. Pye,

Steuart, Geo.,

Steventon:
-, Alice, see Horton
-, John,
-, Mary, see Newport
-, Mat.,
-, Ric. (d. by 1560),
-, Ric. (d. 1587),
-, Ric. (d. 1659),
-, Thos.,
-, Wal. (fl. 1345-70),
-, Wal. (fl. 1402-28),
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1431),
-, Wm. (fl. 1473-1507),
-, Wm. (d. 1647),
-, -,
-, fam.,

stewards:
-, hund.,
-, man.,
-, monastic,

Stirchley:
-, John of,
-, Osbert of (fl. 1167-80),
-, Osbert (s. of Wm.) of (fl. 1208-47),
-, Ric. of,
-, Wal. of,
-, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Stirchley ('Stircheleye'), Adam 'de aula de', see Adam

Stirchley ('Sturcheley'),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, beerho.,
-, bdy.,
-, Brands, the,
-, Calcott centre,
-, canal,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, ct., man.,
-, dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, dom. archit.,
-, electricity supply,
-, est., n,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, Grange Fm.,
-, health centre,
-, Holmer ('Hulemor', 'Oulemor', 'Oulmeyre'),
-, housing,
-, Brookside housing estate, q.v.
-, Randlay est.,
-, Stirchley est.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, chemical wks.,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, concrete,
-, iron,
-, nails,
-, slag crushing,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, libr.,
-, man., n, n,
-, mills,
-, museum,
-, name,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop., n,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, Dawley and Stirchley stn.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch. board,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, pattern,
-, Southall Bank,
-, sports and recreations,
-, Stirchley Hall,
-, stocks,
-, 'Styrcleage', q.v.
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Stittenham (in Sheriff Hutton, Yorks. N.R.),

stocks, see punishments

Stockton (in Longford), n

Stoke upon Tern, and see Cotton; Ollerton

Stoke-upon-Trent (Staffs.), see Shelton

Stokesay, see Craven Arms

Stone:
-, Fra.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam., n

Stone, Ric., & Sons Ltd.,

Stone House, the, see Wenlock, Little

Stones, W. H.,

Stoney Hill, see Dawley, Little

Stotfold (Beds.),

Stottesdon hundred,

Stour Valley (Staffs. and Worcs.),

Stourbridge (Worcs.) (in Old Swinford),

Stourport (in Kidderminster, Worcs.),

Strange, le, see le Strange

Strange of Blakemere:
-, Barons, see le Strange
-, Baroness, see Stafford

Stratford upon Avon (Warws.), n

Street, G. E.,

Strethill, see Coalbrookdale

Stretton, Hesba, see Smith

Stretton, Church,

Stringer, Sam.,

Stubbs, Wal.,

'Sturcheley', see Stirchley

'Styrcleage' (probably Stirchley),

Suffolk, see Kenton

sugar, see foodstuffs

sugar beet, see crops: vegetables

Sugden, Miss -,

Sugdon, Ric. of,

Sugdon (in Rodington), n

sundials,

Sunfield House, see Wellington

surgeons, see medicine, etc.

Surrey:
-, ctss. of, see Talbot
-, earls of, and see FitzAlan; Howard

Surrey,

surveyors, local-authority,

Sussex, see Crawley; Petworth

Sutherland, Eliz., ctss. of Sutherland, m. duke of Sutherland,

Sutherland:
-, ctss. of, see Sutherland
-, dchss. of, see St. Clair-Erskine; Sutherland
-, dukes of, and see Leveson-Gower; Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Sutherland-Leveson-Gower:
-, Cromartie, duke of Sutherland, n
-, (formerly Leveson-Gower), Geo. Granville, duke of Sutherland (d. 1861),
-, as Earl Gower,

Geo. Granville, duke of Sutherland (d. 1963),
-, (formerly Leveson-Gower), Geo. Granville Wm., duke of Sutherland,
-, Millicent Fanny, dchss. of Sutherland (formerly mchnss. of Stafford), see St. Clair-Erskine
-, and see Leveson; Leveson-Gower; Sutherland

Sutton,

Sutton Hill, see Sutton Maddock

Sutton Hill housing estate (in Madeley and Sutton Maddock), n, plate
-, child-welfare centre,
-, libr.,
-, pastoral centre,

Sutton Maddock,
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, C.P.,
-, Coalport bridge, q.v.
-, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v.
-, Harrington,
-, pop., n
-, rly.,
-, road,
-, Sutton Hill,
-, Sutton Hill housing estate, q.v.
-, Sutton wharf,
-, woodland,

Sutton wharf, see Sutton Maddock

Swabia (Germany),

Swan inn, see Wellington: inns

swans, see agriculture: livestock

swedes, see crops: vegetables

Sweetenham, Abigail,

swimming, see entertainments, etc.

swine, see agriculture: livestock

swine ringers (yokers),

Swinford, Old (Staffs. and Worcs.), see Amblecote; Stourbridge; Wollaston

Syer, Ric.,

Tailor fam., and see Tayleur; Taylor

tailoring, see industries, etc.: clothing

Talbot:
-, Alathea, m. earl of Arundel and Surrey,
-, Benj.,
-, Cath., ctss. of Shrewsbury, see Stafford
-, Chas., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Edw., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Eliz., ctss. of Shrewsbury (d. 1567), see Walden
-, Eliz., ctss. of Shrewsbury (d. 1608), see Hardwick
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1538), n
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1590), n
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1787),
-, Jane, ctss. of Shrewsbury, see Ogle
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1473), n
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1852), n
-, fam.,

tallage, see services

Tamhorn (Staffs.),

Tamworth (Staffs., formerly Staffs. and Warws.), and see Comberford

tanks, see iron and steel: products

tanning, see industries, etc.: leather

tape, video, see industries, etc.

tar, see industries, etc.

Tar Tunnel, see Coalport

Tarmac Ltd.,

tarmacadam, see industries, etc.

Tarslag (1923) Ltd.,

Tasley,

taxes,
-, collectors,
-, receiver-general,
-, and see Inland Revenue; rates

Tayleur, Cresswell,

Taylor:
-, Eliz.,
-, Jeremiah,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Marg.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n
-, and see Tailor; Tayleur

teachers, see schools

Teague's Bridge, see Wombridge

telephones,

Telford, Thos., plate

Telford Horsehay Steam Trust,

Telford Hotel, see Hay, the

Telford Journal,

Telford (formerly Dawley) new town,
-, areas included in,
-, 'Birthplace of Ind.',
-, bdy.,
-, chamber of commerce,
-, ch.,
-, Central Telford par., adv., benefice hos., clergy,
-, rural deaneries,
-, clubs and societies,
-, communications,
-, bus services,
-, rlys., central stn. (planned),
-, roads, plates Radburn design of,
-, development corporation,
-, chmn., deputy,
-, H.Q. and offices,
-, officials, chief architectplanner,
-, properties acquired,
-, social development dept.,
-, winding-up date expected,
-, dist. centres,
-, Dawley, see Dawley: town
-, Hadley, see Hadley: village
-, Madeley, see Madeley: town
-, Oakengates, see Oakengates town
-, Stirchley, q.v.
-, Wellington, see Wellington: town
-, electricity supply,
-, employment,
-, enterprise zone,
-, festival, see Wrekin and Telford Festival
-, fire stn., central, see Stafford Park industrial estate
-, gas supply,
-, general hosp. (planned), see Apley
-, geol.,
-, housing est.,
-, Aqueduct housing estate, q.v.
-, Brookside housing estate, q.v.
-, Hollinswood housing estate, q.v.
-, Leegomery housing estate., q.v.
-, Malinslee est., see Malinslee: housing
-, north-west Dawley est., see Dawley: housing
-, Prince's End est., see Lawley Bank: housing
-, Randlay est., see Stirchley: housing
-, Shawbirch housing estate, q.v.
-, Stirchley est., see Stirchley: housing
-, Sutton Hill housing estate, q.v.
-, Wombridge Common est., see Wombridge: housing
-, Woodside est., see Madeley: housing
-, ind. and trade,
-, high-technology,
-, ind. est.,
-, Halesfield industrial estate, q.v.
-, Health Hill, see Dawley: ind. est.
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, Stafford Park industrial estate, q.v.
-, Trench Lock industrial estate, q.v.
-, Tweedale, see Madeley: ind. est.
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, local centres,
-, name,
-, newspapers,
-, pk.,
-, plans, etc.,
-, Basic Plan,
-, Continuity Plan,
-, Development Strategy,
-, landscape structure plan,
-, master plan,
-, transportation study,
-, pop.,
-, post office, head (in Wellington),
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Methodist circuits,
-, recreational facilities,
-, sewerage,
-, Silkin Way footpath,
-, telephone service,
-, Telford Coll. of Arts and Technology (formerly Walker Technical Coll.), see Arleston
-, Telford United F.C., see Wellington: football
-, town centre (in Malinslee),
-, plates
-, Darby Ho.,
-, libr.,
-, magistrates' cts.,
-, Malinslee Ho.,
-, Meeting Point Ho. (planned),
-, police H.Q. s,
-, public ho.,
-, recreational facilities,
-, Walker (formerly St. Leonard's)
-, Ho.,
-, univ. (proposed), n
-, water supply,

Telford Observer,

Telford Times,

temperance, n

Temple Balsall, see Balsall, Temple

tennis, see entertainments, etc.

tenures,
-, Borough English,
-, burgage,
-, by charter,
-, chief,
-, copyhold,
-, curtesy of England,
-, freehold,
-, leasehold,
-, military,
-, serjeanty,
-, socage,
-, at will, n
-, and see bordars; neifs; radman; rents; services; villeins

terciary, see services

Tern (in Atcham),

Tern (in Ercall Magna), n, n

Tern, river,

Territorial Army, see forces

Tettenhall (Staffs.), and see Perton

Teyntour fam.,

theatres, see entertainments, etc.

Thomas the shepherd,
-, John s. of, see John

Thompson, Jas.,

Thorneycroft:
-, Ellen,
-, G.B.,
-, Geo.,
-, Lt.-Col. Thos.,

Thornhill (Yorks. W. R.),

Thornton-le-Moors (Ches.),

Throckmorton:
-, Clement,
-, Frances, see Crompton
-, Fra.,
-, Sir John,

Thursfield, Edw.,

Tibberton (in Edgmond), n,

tiles, see clay: bricks and tiles

timber, see wood

Timber wood (in Madeley and Little Wenlock),

Tipton:
-, Mark,
-, Mrs. Mary,
-, St. John,

tithes, see named places; rents

Titley, Wm.,

Tixall (Staffs.),

Todd:
-, Mrs. Edith Emily,
-, Gilb.,

tollgates (tollhouses), plate

tolls, road,

Tong,

Tontine inn, see Ironbridge: inns

Tooth, Mary,

Toret (fl. 1066-86),

Toret:
-, Bart.
-, Gundred,
-, Joan, m. Ric. Corbet (fl. 1195- 1217),
-, and see FitzToret

Torrington, Baron, see Newport

Tortelier, Paul,

Tory party, see Conservative party

Tournai, Gerard de, n

Tourneor, Ric.,
-, his father,
-, and see Turner

tourn, sheriff's, see courts

Town brook, see Wellington: streams

Town Development Act (1952), n

toys, see industries, etc.

tractors, see agriculture: equipment

Trade, Board of,

Trade and Industry, Department of,

trade unions,

trades, tradesmen, see industries, trades, and professions

Trades Union Congress,

Traffic in Towns (Buchanan Report),

tramroads, see railways

trams, see engineering: products

tramways, see railways

Transport, minister of,

Tranter:
-, Benj.,
-, Wm.,

Treasury,

Trefonen (in Oswestry), Nantmawr,

Trench (the Trench, Trench Way or Lane, later Road) (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors, Wellington, and Wrockwardine),
-, as address,
-, billiards,
-, bowling,
-, cinema,
-, clubs and societies,
-, community centre,
-, est.,
-, farms,
-, football,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, housing
-, ind. and trade,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rly. stn.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs., n,
-, settlement,
-, sewage disposal wks.,
-, shops,
-, territorial army,

Trench inclined plane, see Wombridge: canal

Trench Lane, see Trench

Trench Lock (in Wellington),

Trench Lock industrial estate (in Wellington and Wombridge),

Trench Pool, see Wombridge

Trench Road or Way, see Trench

Trentham (Staffs.), see Blurton

Trevithick, Ric.,

Trevor, Ric.,

troughs, see agriculture: equipment

trows, see boats

Trubshaw, Jas.,

Tuchet:
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. 1372),
-, John (d. c. 1361)
-, John, Baron Audley (d. 1408),
-, John, Baron Audley (d. c. 1557),
-, Parnel, w. of Sim., see Cumbray
-, Rob. (d. 1248),
-, Rob. (d. c. 1341),
-, Sim.,
-, Thos. (d. c. 1234),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1315),
-, Thos. (d. 1349),

Tuckies, the (in Broseley),

tumbrel (tumble stool), see punishments

Turner:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, his w., see Roe
-, and see Tourneor

turning, see wood: working

turnips, see crops: vegetables

turnpike roads, see roads

Turreff, A. A.,

Tweedale, see Madeley

Tweedale industrial estate, see Madeley: ind. est.

Tyrley (Staffs.) (in Market Drayton),

Tywysog (in Henllan, Denb.),

Uckington (in Atcham), n,

Udale, T. H., & Sons Ltd.,

Uffington, n,

Unigate Dairies,

Unimation (Europe) Ltd.,

Union Brewery Co.,

Union of Educational Institutions, see Educational Institutions

Unionists, see Conservative party

United Church of Jesus Christ (Apostolic), First,

United Electric Car Co. Ltd.,

United Methodist Free Churches, see Methodists

United Methodists, see Methodists

United Reformed Church,

universities,
-, proposed, see Telford new town
-, and see Birmingham; Cambridge; Oxford

Upminster (Essex), n

Upper House, see Madeley

Uppington (or Charlton), Wm. of,

Uppington,

Upton (in Shifnal),

Upton, Waters, n,
-, Ercall Magna workho., n,

Upton Magna, n
-, Downton, q.v.
-, Haughton, q.v.
-, Hunkington,
-, Preston Boats, q.v.

Uxacona, see Redhill

Vallens, the, see Hadley

Vane:
-, Chris. Wm., Baron Barnard,
-, Harry John Neville, Baron Barnard,
-, Hen., duke of Cleveland,
-, Wm. Harry, duke of Cleveland,
-, as earl of Darlington,
-, as marquess of Cleveland,

'varneth', see services

Vaughan, Griffith,

Vaux, John de,

vegetables, see crops

vehicles, motor, see engineering: products

venereal disease, see medicine, etc.: diseases

Verdun, John de,

Vernon:
-, John,
-, 'Madam',
-, fam.,

Vesly, Turold of, n,

vetches, see crops: vegetables

Vickers, Ric.,

vicontiel rents, see rents

Victoria Sheet Metal Co.,

victualling, see industries, etc.

video tape, see industries, etc.

view of frankpledge, see franchises

Villa, the, see Madeley

villeins (villani), and see neifs

Vineyard, the, see Wellington

Vineyard brook, see Wellington: streams

volcanic rock, see minerals and mining: igneous rock

volunteers, see forces

Wackrill, J. G.,

waggonways, see railways

Wakeman, Sir Offley,

wakes, see entertainments, etc.

Walcot, Hen. of,

Walcot (in Wellington),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Allscott sugar factory,
-, bridge, plate
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, fulling,
-, inc.,
-, man., n, n,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, pound,
-, public hos.,
-, road,
-, sch.,
-, stocks,
-, tithes,
-, wake,
-, Walcot Grange (formerly Grove),
-, water supply,

Walcot railway station, see Charlton

Walden, Eliz., m. earl of Shrewsbury,

Wales, prince of, see Charles

Wales,
-, border,
-, coal,
-, limestone,
-, marches of,
-, new towns,
-, north,
-, Powys, q.v.
-, south,
-, wars against,

Walker:
-, C. C., plate
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Walker, C. & W., Ltd., plate

Walker, Chas., & Sons,

Walker Technical College, see Arleston; Oakengates town

Walker Trust,

Wall, Wm.,

Walmesley:
-, Geo.,
-, Rog.,
-, his father, n

walnut, see wood

Walter son of Henry (and grandson of Leonard) of Lee,

Walter son of Walter of Stirchley,

Walter:
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Walthall, Rebecca, see Hawkins

Walton:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wanstall, R. C.,

Wappenshall ('Winshall') (in Wellington), n,
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bricks, n
-, canals,
-, commons and waste,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, hamlet,
-, inc.,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public ho.,
-, road,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

War Department, and see forces

Ward:
-, J. J.,
-, T. C.,
-, T. H.,
-, fam.,

Warenne:
-, Wm. de, n
-, fam.,

Warham:
-, Wm. (d. c. 1538),
-, Wm. (fl. 1623),
-, Wm. (fl. 1678),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1813), n
-, fam.,

Warin (fl. 1086),

Waring:
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Colemore,
-, Hannah, m. Geo. Ashby,
-, Ric.,

warren, free, see franchises

warrens,

wars, civil, see Barons' War; civil wars

Warter, Thos.,

Warwick, n

Warwickshire, and see Aston; Balsall, Temple; Bedworth; Birmingham; Haseley; Orton, Water; Snitterfield; Stratford upon Avon; Tamworth; Warwick

Washbrook, see Madeley: streams

washers, see engineering: products

washing machines, see engineering: products

waste disposal (scavenging),

watches, see industries, etc.: clocks and watches

water, mineral, see industries, etc.

Water Orton, see Orton, Water

water supplies, see named places; reservoirs

Waters Upton, see Upton, Waters

Watling Street, plate
-, inns and public hos.,
-, par. or township bdy.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, settlements along, and see Beveley; Haygate; Ketleybrook; Ketleysands; Lea, the; Oakengates town; Pottersbank; Redhill; St. George's
-, turnpike tolls,
-, wharf,

Watling Street Grange, see Lilleshall: granges

Watling Street township (Wellington hay or forest) (in Wellington),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, brewing,
-, Buckatree Hall,
-, chars.,
-, chemical wks.,
-, Christ Ch.,
-, adv.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Ercall, the,
-, Forest Glen Pavilions,
-, geol.,
-, golf courses,
-, hosp., isolation,
-, ind. and trade:
-, coal and ironstone,
-, limestone,
-, stone,
-, Lawrence's Hill,
-, Maddock's Hill,
-, man.,
-, mills,
-, Old Hall,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, recreation ground,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, Short Wood,
-, Steeraway,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Watson:
-, Fra.,
-, John,
-, Muriel, m. Rob. Leicester,

Wattlesborough (in Alberbury and Cardeston),

wax,

Waymack Ltd.,

Weald Moors, the,
-, commons in,
-, inc. and improvement by drainage,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads or ways to,
-, tithes,

Weaver, river,

weaving, see cloth: making

Webb:
-, Capt. Mat.,
-, W. A.,
-, fam.,

weights and measures:
-, coal, q.v.
-, forest perch,
-, insp.,
-, ironstone, q.v.

weirs, fish,

Weld-Forester:
-, (formerly Forester), Cecil, Baron Forester, n,
-, Cecil Geo. Wilf., Baron Forester,
-, Cecil Theodore, Baron Forester,
-, Geo. Cecil Beaumont, Baron Forester,
-, Geo. Cecil Brooke, Baron Forester,
-, (formerly Forester), John Geo. Weld, Baron Forester,
-, and see Forester

welding, see engineering: processes

welfare, see medicine, etc.; Miners' Welfare Fund

Wellings, Norah,

Wellington, Lawr. (I),

Wellington, n, plates
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, almshos.,
-, ambulance,
-, Apley, q.v.
-, Arleston, q.v.
-, art classes,
-, arts centre,
-, assembly rooms,
-, Aston, q.v.
-, athletics,
-, bailiffs,
-, bands,
-, banks,
-, Beveley, q.v.
-, billiards,
-, bingo,
-, bdy., plate
-, merestone, plate
-, bowling,
-, Bratton, q.v.
-, burgages,
-, burgesses,
-, canals,
-, card playing,
-, cemetery,
-, Central Ordnance Depot, q.v.
-, chamber of commerce,
-, chars.,
-, child welfare centre,
-, children's homes,
-, ch., plate
-, benefice ho.,
-, Christ Ch., see Watling Street township
-, clergy, n
-, ch. hall,
-, cinemas,
-, C.P., n,
-, Civil War events, n
-, clubs and societies,
-, savings bank,
-, welfare wk.,
-, Coalpit Bank, see Ketley Bank
-, cock fighting,
-, commons and waste,
-, community home,
-, cricket,
-, cts.:
-, Bradford hund.,
-, co.,
-, man.,
-, petty-sessional,
-, pie powder,
-, dispensary,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dothill, q.v.
-, drill hall,
-, Edgbaston Ho.,
-, electricity supply,
-, est.,
-, Eyton upon the Weald Moors township, q.v.
-, fairs,
-, festival,
-, fields, open,
-, fire stn.,
-, 'fivemen',
-, football, Telford United (formerly Wellington Town) F.C.,
-, fox-hunting,
-, gaol for Bradford hund.,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, golf,
-, Green (Bowling Green), the, plate
-, guild,
-, Hadley, q.v.
-, Haygate, q.v.
-, health centre,
-, Hoo, the, q.v.
-, Horsehay, q.v.
-, horticultural show,
-, Horton, q.v.
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, hosp., plate
-, housing, plate
-, Leegomery housing estate, q.v.
-, Hurleybrook, q.v.
-, improvement commissioners,
-, seal,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, auctioneers,
-, basket maker,
-, bell founding,
-, blacksmiths,
-, bookselling,
-, brass founding,
-, brewing, plate
-, bricks and tiles,
-, butcher, n
-, cloth,
-, coach building,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, coopers,
-, drapers,
-, dyers,
-, engineering, agric.,
-, fullers,
-, furniture,
-, iron, n
-, ironmongery,
-, leather,
-, livestock sales,
-, malting, n,
-, mercers,
-, mineral water,
-, nails,
-, nurseryman, n
-, printing and publishing,
-, retail,
-, rope,
-, solicitors,
-, tailors,
-, toys,
-, wheelwrights,
-, wood and timber,
-, ind. est:
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, Trench Lock industrial estate, q.v.
-, inns,
-, Swan,
-, inst.,
-, Islam,
-, Ketley, q.v.
-, Ketley Bank, q.v.
-, Ketleybrook, q.v.
-, Ketleysands, q.v.
-, landscape,
-, Lawley, q.v.
-, Lawley Bank, q.v.
-, Lawley Furnaces, q.v.
-, Leegomery, q.v.
-, librs.,
-, lock-up,
-, man., n,
-, mkt., plate
-, 'mayor',
-, mills,
-, mission, undenominational,
-, Mount, the,
-, name,
-, New Hall, n,
-, New Town,
-, New Works, q.v.
-, newspapers,
-, nineholes,
-, notable persons,
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, Overley Hill, q.v.
-, pars. around,
-, pk., n
-, Parville Ho.,
-, petty-sessional divn.,
-, police stn. and H.Q.,
-, poor-law union,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, Pottersbank, q.v.
-, pound,
-, prebend, see Lichfield: cath.
-, prebendal est.,
-, Preston upon the Weald Moors township, q.v.
-, Primitive Meth. circuit, see Oakengates and Wellington Primitive Methodist circuit
-, probation centre,
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, public hos., n, n,
-, racing,
-, rlys.,
-, Wellington stn., plate
-, recreation ground,
-, rectory,
-, registration dist.,
-, supt. registrar,
-, roads,
-, roller skating,
-, Rom. Cath., n,
-, Rural C.P., n,
-, council,
-, R.D. (formerly R.S.D.),
-, council,
-, sch. attendance cttee., n, n,
-, sch. board,
-, schs., n,
-, Sunday,
-, Science and Art Cttee.,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, Shawbirch, q.v.
-, shooting butts,
-, shovelboard,
-, soup kitchen,
-, spa, see Admaston
-, sports,
-, Springhill,
-, stocks,
-, streams,
-, Haybridge brook,
-, Town brook,
-, Vineyard brook,
-, streets, n, plates
-, Sunfield Ho.,
-, swimming,
-, technical instruction,
-, tensers,
-, territorial army,
-, theatres,
-, tithes, n,
-, town, n,
-, growth,
-, proposed redevelopment,
-, replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, town hall,
-, Trench, q.v.
-, Trench Lock, q.v.
-, unemployed, training centre for,
-, Urban C.P., n,
-, U.D. (formerly U.S.D.),
-, council, arms, chmn., clk., medical officer of health, seal,
-, vestry,
-, Vineyard, the,
-, volunteers,
-, wake,
-, Walcot, q.v.
-, Wappenshall, q.v.
-, water supply,
-, Watling Street township, q.v.
-, Wellington hay or forest, see Watling Street township
-, Wesleyan circuit,
-, Whit Monday 'jubilee',
-, woodland,
-, workhos., plates
-, Wrekin, the, q.v.
-, Wrekin Hosp., plate
-, yeomanry cavalry,

Wellington Advertiser,

Wellington & Drayton Railway,

Wellington & Severn Junction Railway,

Wellington Iron & Coal Co. Ltd.,

Wellington Journal,

Wellington Rope Spinning, Saddlery, & Harness Co.,

Wellington (Salop) Improvement Act (1854),

Wellington Standard,

wells, healing, see medicine, etc.

Wem,
-, barony, n, n,
-, clergy,
-, Edstaston, q.v.
-, malting,
-, man., n
-, mkt.,
-, petty-sessional divn.,
-, Soulton, q.v.

Wenlock, liberty and borough of,
-, as address, n
-, boro.,
-, aldermen,
-, councillors,
-, housing,
-, magistrates,
-, offices,
-, public health insp.,
-, sanitary divns.,
-, surveyor,
-, town clk.,
-, urban sanitary authority,
-, volunteers,
-, wards, and see Barrow;
-, Madeley
-, lib. (Bourton hund.),

Wenlock, Little,
-, as address,
-, adv., n,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, alesellers,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate benefice ho., plate clergy, n,
-, ch. hall,
-, C.P.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coalmoor,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man., n
-, Darrow Hill,
-, dom. archit.,
-, electricity supply,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, Hatch, the,
-, heathland,
-, Horsehay, q.v.
-, housing,
-, Huntington,
-, heath,
-, name,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bakers,
-, basalt,
-, bricks,
-, building blocks,
-, butchers,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, concrete,
-, fireclay,
-, iron,
-, limestone,
-, malting,
-, pottery,
-, roadstone,
-, rope,
-, landscape,
-, Lawley Furnaces, q.v.
-, Little Worth,
-, man., n,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, mills,
-, name,
-, New Works, q.v.
-, Old Hall (man. ho.), plate
-, poor-relief,
-, poorho.,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, recreations,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement,
-, Smalleyhill,
-, stocks,
-, Stone Ho., the,
-, streams,
-, Lyde brook,
-, Timber wood, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, village, plate
-, village halls,
-, water supply,
-, Willowmoor,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Wenlock, Much,
-, clergy,
-, man.,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, Presthope, q.v.
-, priory (formerly abbey),
-, precentor,
-, prior,
-, rly.,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Wigwig, q.v.

Wenlock and Ludlow Express,

Wenlock Franchise Savings Bank,

Wenlock priory, see Wenlock, Much: priory

Wenlock Railway,

Wentnor, see Home, the

Weobley (Herefs.), barony,

Wesley, John,

Wesleyan Reformers, see Methodists

Wesleyans, see Methodists

West Bromwich, see Bromwich, West

West Coppice, see Buildwas

West Country,

West Indians,

West Midlands economic planning region, see Midlands, West, economic planning region

West Midlands Regional Study (1965),

Westbury, see Caus

Westminster (London, formerly Mdx.),

Weston, Rob.,

Weston-under-Redcastle (in Hodnet), n,
-, Bury Walls,
-, Wixhill, n

Whales Back, see Coalbrookdale

Wharfage, the, see Ironbridge

wheat, see crops: cereals

wheels, see industries, etc.

Whigs,

Whiston, Wm.,

Whitchurch (Ches. and Salop.), n,
-, Dodington q.v.
-, mkt.,

White, G. H.,

White End, see Coalbrookdale

White House, see Coalbrookdale

Whithorn (Wigtownshire, Scot.), bp. of,

Whitmore:
-, Adelaide Anna, see Darby
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Whittimere (Staffs., formerly Salop.) (in Bobbington),

Whixall (in Prees),
-, Whixall Moss,

Wighe (fl. 1066),

Wigmore (Herefs.), abbey, n

Wigtownshire, see Whithorn

Wigwig (in Much Wenlock),

Wilding, Ric.,

Wildman, Maj. John,

Wildmoors Inclosure and Drainage Act (1801),

Wilkes, Thos., n

Wilkinson:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Willey fam., n

Willey,

William, dean of Lichfield, n

William the chaplain,

William son of Simon,

Williams:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Williams, Clifford, & Co. Ltd.,

Williams, Clifford, & Son Ltd.,

Willmore Grange, see Lilleshall: granges

Willowmoor, see Wenlock, Little

Wiltshire, earl of, see Scrope

Wiltshire, see Combe, Castle

windmills, see industries, etc.: mills

wine, see industries, etc.

Winfieldites, see Methodists

'Winshall', see Wappenshall

Winshurst, Thos.,

Wintour, Geo.,

wire, wire rope, see iron and steel: products

Wishton, Mat.,

Withering, Dr. Wm.,

Withgys, Ric.,

Withington, n, n,

Witric (fl. 1066),

Wixhill, see Weston-under-Redcastle

Wolfe:
-, Fra. (I) (fl. 1651),
-, Fra. (II) (fl. 1669-80),
-, fam., n

Wollaston (Worcs.) (in Old Swinford),

Wollerton (in Hodnet), n

Wolverhampton (Staffs.),
-, as address,
-, Bilston, q.v.
-, Day Teachers' Coll.,
-, est.,
-, ind. and trade:
-, brewing,
-, iron,
-, ironmonger,
-, newspaper,
-, rly.,
-, road,

Wombourne (Staffs.),

Wombridge,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, beerhos.,
-, Beveley, q.v.
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, Trench inclined plane, plate
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy, n,
-, C.P., n
-, council,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coalpit Bank, see Ketley Bank
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, gas wks.,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, housing,
-, Wombridge Common est.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks,
-, chemical wks.,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, nails,
-, rubber,
-, sand,
-, slag,
-, ind. est.:
-, Trench Lock industrial estate, q.v.
-, Ketley, q.v.
-, Ketley Bank, q.v.
-, landscape dereliction,
-, man., n,
-, mills,
-, Nabb, the, q.v.
-, name,
-, Oakengates town, q.v.
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, peculiar jurisdiction,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, priory,
-, prior,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch. board, n, n,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement,
-, streams,
-, Teague's Bridge,
-, tithes, n,
-, Trench Pool,
-, Wombridge Hall,
-, woodland,

Wombridge Canal,

Wombridge Co.,

Wombridge Iron Co.,

Wood:
-, Hen. (fl. 1709-12),
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1743-1795),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Wood, Short, see Watling Street township

wood (timber),
-, ash,
-, bark, see crops
-, conifers,
-, crab,
-, forest perch, see weights and measures
-, foresters,
-, forests, q.v.
-, keepers and woodwards,
-, larch,
-, oak,
-, pannage, see agriculture
-, walnut,
-, woodland, see named places
-, working,
-, baskets, see industries, etc.
-, bendware,
-, bows,
-, cabinet making,
-, carpentry,
-, clothes pegs,
-, coopery,
-, crucks, q.v.
-, joinery,
-, sawing,
-, turning,
-, yew,

'wood silver', see rents

Woodcote (in Sheriffhales), n
-, Lynn, n

Woodfield, see Sleap

Woodhouse, J. C.,

Woodside, see Coalbrookdale

Woodside housing estate, see Madeley: housing

woodwards, see wood: keepers

wool, see industries, etc.

Woolwich (London, formerly Kent),

Woore (in Mucklestone),

Worcester,
-, as address,
-, battle of (1651),
-, road to,

Worcestershire, and see Amblecote; Beoley; Bewdley; Black Country; Droitwich; Dudley;Halesowen; Kyre Magna; Malvern; Oldbury; Redditch; St. John in Bedwardine; Smethwick; Stour Valley; Stourbridge; Stourport; Wollaston; Worcester

Worfe, river,

Workers' Educational Association,

working men's clubs, see entertainments, etc.

Workmen's Compensation Act (1907),

Works, New, see New Works

World Wars,
-, air-raid precautions,
-, evacuees,

Worth, Little, see Wenlock, Little

Wrekin, suggested name of ironworks, see 'Reking'

Wrekin, the (in Wellington and Wroxeter), plate
-, beacon,
-, commons and waste,
-, geol.,
-, hermitage,
-, hill fort,
-, hunting,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf. preaching-place,
-, recreations,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, wakes,
-, way to,
-, well (healing),
-, woodland around,

Wreking, the, district of,
-, C.P.s,
-, council,
-, wards, and see Hadley; Wrockwardine

Wrekin, the, parl. boro. constituency,

Wrekin, the, parl. divn. (co. constituency),

Wrekin and Telford Festival,

Wrekin Arts Association,

Wrekin Brewery Co.,

Wrekin Coal Co.,

Wrekin Echo,

Wrekin (Mount Gilbert) forest,
-, Haughmond bailiwick,
-, Wellington hay or forest, see Watling Street township
-, Wombridge bailiwick,

Wrekin highway district,

Wrekin Preserves Co.,

Wren's Nest (in Astley Abbots and Linley),

Wrenbury, Ric. of,

Wrenbury (Ches.), see Combermere

Wrexham (Denb. and Flints.),

Wright:
-, Adam,
-, Benj.,
-, Fra.,
-, Maurice,
-, W. A. (Billy),

Wright & Jesson see iron and steel: processes; Jesson, Jos., & Co.

writers,
-, essayist,
-, historians and antiquaries, q.v.
-, novelist,
-, poets,

writs, return of, see franchises

Wrockwardine, n,
-, Admaston, q.v.
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Allscott, q.v.
-, almshos., plate
-, bdy., plate
-, bowling,
-, Bratton, q.v.
-, bricks,
-, Bullocks bridge, q.v.
-, Burcot, q.v.
-, chars.,
-, Charlton, q.v.
-, ch., plate benefice ho., and see Allscott clergy, n,
-, ch. hall,
-, C.P.,
-, Civil War events,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Cluddley, q.v.
-, commons and waste,
-, cricket,
-, ct., man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, Haygate, q.v.
-, hund., n,
-, inc.,
-, inns and public hos.,
-, Lea, the, q.v.
-, Leaton, q.v.
-, libr.,
-, lock-up,
-, Long Lane, q.v.
-, man., n,
-, mills,
-, moor,
-, Nabb, the, q.v.
-, name,
-, Nash, q.v.
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, Orleton, q.v.
-, Overley Hill, q.v.
-, ponds or pools,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Quam Pool, q.v.
-, rlys.,
-, rectory,
-, roads, n,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rushmoor, q.v.
-, St. George's, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, Shawbirch housing estate, q.v.
-, tithes, n,
-, Trench, q.v.
-, vestry,
-, village, and see Pengwern
-, ward of Wrekin dist.,
-, water supply,
-, workho.,
-, Wrockwardine Bank,
-, Wrockwardine Hall, n,
-, Wrockwardine moor, q.v.
-, Wrockwardine Wood, q.v.

Wrockwardine Bank, see Wrockwardine

Wrockwardine moor (in Wrockwardine),

Wrockwardine Wood (in Wrockwardine),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Ball's coppice,
-, beerhos.,
-, bdy.,
-, bowling,
-, canals,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, cinema,
-, C.P., n,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cock fighting,
-, Cockshutt Piece,
-, est.,
-, football,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, Granville Hosp.,
-, housing,
-, inclined plane,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, glass,
-, iron and steel,
-, textiles,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, libr.,
-, man. mineral rights,
-, mills,
-, Donnington Wood mills,
-, Moss, the,
-, Oakengates Leisure Centre,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, Primitive Meth. circuit,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, riots,
-, roads,
-, sch. board, n,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement,
-, pattern,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Wrockwardine Wood Central Hall, see Donnington Wood

Wroxeter, n , n, and see Donnington; Eyton on Severn; Norton; Wrekin, the

Wulfric Spot,

Wyke:
-, John,
-, Sarah, m. Edw. Jorden (d. 1699),

Wylcocks, John,

Wynshurste, Wm.,

Wytheford, Great (in Shawbury), n

Wytheford, Little (in Shawbury), n

Yate:
-, Anne, see Gilbert
-, Col. Sir Chas. E.,
-, G. E.,
-, G. L.,
-, Jos.,
-, Louisa Ann,
-, Tim.,
-, Lt.-Col. V. A. C.,
-, fam.,

Yates:
-, Bart.,
-, Fra.,
-, John,

yeomanry, see forces

yew, see wood

Yew Tree Cottage, see Coalbrookdale

Yonge, Reg., and see Young

Yorke, Geo.,

Yorkshire:
-, North Riding, see Scarborough; Stittenham
-, West Riding, see Bradford; Rotherham; Thornhill

Young, Mr. -, n; and see Yonge

Young Men's Christian Association,

Yugoslavia,