Brewood, incorporating Bishopswood and Coven: official guide

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Brewood (England) -- Guideb


Brewood (Eng

Statementphotographs by David John Stanley.
LC ClassificationsDA690.B768 B73
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p., fold. plate;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5742558M
LC Control Number70861321

Brewood: A Short History by David Horovitz. Brewood (pronounced Brood) is a small incorporating Bishopswood and Coven: official guide book in the undulating lowlands of south-west Staffordshire. It is the centre of one of the larger Staffordshire parishes of the same name, which has as its northern boundary the Roman Watling Street, and its western boundary follows the Shropshire border.

brewood c.p. chillington park sj 80 ne 4/12 The Bowling Green Arch and Gates - II *. BREWOOD C.P. Pearce Hay Farmhouse II Farmhouse.

Early-mid C19 incorporating C18 (or possibly C17) structure in the rear wing. Red brick with hipped tile roof; timber framed with painted plaster infill rear SW wing.

In the Chillington Park Estate style. Brewood was the centre of an essentially agricultural community throughout the Middle Ages and well into modern times. The bishop's land in Brewood was farmed on a three-field system in the 14th century, and probably much earlier.

By the late 17th century we find various field throughout the parish subject to piecemeal enclosure. BREWOOD C.P. SJ 80 NW 3/ Pearce Hay Farmhouse II.

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Farmhouse. Early-mid C19 incorporating C18 (or possibly C12) structure in the rear wing. Brewood Red brick with hipped tile roof; timber framed with painted plaster infil rear SW wing. In the Chillington Park Estate style. Black Ladies Priory was a house of Benedictine nuns, located about 4 km west of Brewood in Staffordshire, on the northern edge of the hamlet of Kiddemore d in the midth century, it was a small, often struggling, house.

It was dissolved inand a large house was built on the site in Tudor and Jacobean styles by the Giffard family of Chillington nates: 52°40′53″N 2°13′38″W /. Penkridge Advertiser. The. FREE. APRIL Including Brewood, Wheaton Aston, Bishops Wood, Lapley, Acton Trussell, Pillaton, Shoal Hill and Huntington.

Coven: £ Brewood: £ Bishops Wood: £ We would also like to thank Penkridge Tyres once again for fixing Santa’s Sleigh at NO CHARGE.

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Staffordshire was a part of the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Mercia, and was home to its capital in Tamworth. Mercia was the dominant Anglo-Saxon kingdom in England south of the Humber from the early s to aboutreaching the peak of its power under its best known king, Offa.

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The land south of Junction 2 is occupied by industrial and manufacturing facilities located on the outskirts of Wolverhampton and is not in the Green Belt. The brownfield SES ROF Featherstone is north of the M54 between the two junctions. "Brewood Hall is traditionally the site of King John's hunting lodge, and before the fourteenth century the semi-official residence of the bailiff of the Bishop's manor." [reference 3].

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In the Domesday Book the name appears as Winehala, but by the twelfth century had approached as near to its modern form as Willenhal and Willenhale. Dr. Oliver, in his History of Wolverhampton, derives the name from.Start Time: am Grid Ref: SJ Heading in the direction of Brewood, follow the signs for Chillington Hall/Coven, continue along Port Lane, turning right along the next road after Upper Lane.

The car park is located immediately on the left. On the map its .