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History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire: And the City and County of the City of

History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire: And the City and County of the City of

Source : Internet Archive

History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire: And the City and County of the City of

History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Staffordshire: And the City and County of the City of

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DUDLEY


Page 18

Dyot U, (The) 106 Dudley Earl, 258,337 Earthenware,521,304 Earthquakes^301,480


Page 156

Cliff Thomas, Gaolgate street Dudley Charles, Gaolgate street Hammersley Thos. Market sq. Kenderdine, Thomas, Market sq. 1 Manon John, Greengate


Page 157

Dainea John, Crabberry line Dudley Jamet, Vine street Dudley Elisabeth- Foregi U*-Harding Wm. St.-Mary's square Johnson Jamet., Green Lakin Cuatits-


Page 205

Dunn .lames, Walsall street Dudley Joseph, Little's lane IIuuip Trrsou Stian. Worcester st. James .Ioseph, Hell street Hickman Tims. (>ld


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street Smith William Dudley street Walker Joseph, Salop street Wilkes Paul and Martin, High


Page 232

derived from the bequests of Edward Dudley, Humphrey Perne. Robert Rawley, Matthew Birch, Ambrose Tibbatt, Richard Devy, and other*.


Page 256

The executors of the late Earl Dudley and Ward are lords of the manor, which is now rented by Edward


Page 256

Grove, Esq. and the Rev. Edward Dudley have estates here. The latter is incumbent of the church, a small modern


Page 265

splendid seat of the late Earl Dudley, now occupied by his relative, the Rt. Hon. and Rev. Wm. Humble, Baron


Page 265

of the late noble owner (William Viscount Dudley and Ward) was not more conspicuous for bis loyalty than for his


Page 266

43.13s. 4d. The ewecuton of Earl Dudley are Ute patrons, and the Rev. Robert Wrottesley the incumbent. The faanntifnl and


Page 269

The trustees of the late Earl Dudley are lords of Ifce manor (which comprises the whole parish,) and owners of


Page 272

4)17. I3s.42. The trustees of Earl Dudley are the patrons, and the Rev. IV. H. Gartwright the incumbent. There are


Page 272

interest of .£.50 left by Ann Dudley, in 1784, and paid to the overseers in l"i'S). Several other charities to


Page 274

Maria Dudley John & Walter, iron masters,


Page 276

i David Higifs 1 12 Earl Dudley's I Court House, Win. ! Fletcher 1 2 Foley's Arms, J no.


Page 281

the executors of the late Earl Dudley are lords and owners, and hold a court leet here in October. It


Page 282

buy them books. The late Earl Dudley was the trustee.


Page 285

The executors of the late Earl Dudley and Ward are lords of the manor, and bold a Court Leet here


Page 298

the executors of the late Earl Dudley are lords of Swindon. The other principal landowners in the parish, are the


Page 343

Eighth, it was purchased by John Dudley, Duke of Northamberland, who lost it by rebellion in the reign of Queen


Page 343

the late Viscount was created Earl Dudley y as has been seen at page 258, with the description of Himley


Page 350

ton, the Hon. and Rev. Frederick Dudley Ryder, A.M.- The old vicartjre hoii*c was tuken down in 1733, by the


Page 407

the executors of the late Earl Dudley, Sir Horace St.-Paul, Thos. Fletcher, Esq., and Messrs. Dixon, Amphett, and Bedford, with


Page 422

the possession of the celebrated John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, who lost his head in the attempt to establish his


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Dudley Thomas, Union street Furr John, Marsh street Far rail Ralph, John street Fenton John, Chell