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Download Ketley Furnaces near Wellington, Shropshire. 1763.
KETLEY, a township and ecclesiastical district, in the parish and union of Wellington, hundred of South Bradford, N. division of Shropshire, l½ mile (E.)from Wellington. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source] Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the present day.
Ketley Iron works, of Ketley, Shropshire, now part of Telford. In Abraham Darby () had recently become lessee of the coal and ironstone near Ketley. Soon afterwards the Horsehay and Ketley ironworks began production. Abraham Darby () and Thomas Goldney leased land next to Watling Street for an ironworks.
The first furnace came into blast in and a second in There were potters in Wellington parish inperhaps in Ketley township where clay was abundant just under the surface near Pottersbank. (fn. 4) There were no potters by (fn.
5) but industrial exploitation of the township's clay for bricks, tiles, and fireclay goods was well established. KETLEY, a village, a township, and a chapelry in Wellington parish, village stands adjacent to the Wellington and Severn Junction railway, 2 miles ESE of Wellington; is a large place, inhabited chiefly by miners; and has a station on the railway, and a postoffice under Wellington, Salop.
Ketley is a town and part of Telford in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, is a civil Ketley is currently being re-developed as part of the Telford Millennium Community, part of the Millennium Communities will consist of around new homes and some live/work units, a new primary school, some small offices and retail and Country: England.
The Wellington to Craven Arms Railway was formed by a group of railway companies that eventually joined the Great Western Railway family, and connected Wellington, Shropshire and Shifnal, with Coalbrookdale, Buildwas, Much Wenlock and a junction near Craven objectives were dominated by the iron, colliery and limestone industries around Coalbrookdale.
Sources for KETLEY (formerly part of Wellington parish) This guide gives a brief introduction to the variety of sources available for the parish of Ketley at Shropshire Archives. Printed sources. General works - These may also be available at Wellington library Eyton, Antiquities of Shropshire Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society.
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Telford (/ ˈ t ɛ l f ər d / ()) is a large town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and ceremonial county of Shropshire, England, about 15 miles (24 km) east of Shrewsbury, 21 miles (34 km) south west of Stafford and 19 miles (31 km) north west of an estimated population (for the borough) ofin and aroundin Telford itself, Telford is the largest.
Dramatic changes which have transformed the Shropshire landscape and county towns over almost years are brought home in stark fashion in a new "Past & Present" compilation of maps. Ketley was included in Wellington Rural civil parish in The drift cover is mostly boulder clay except near Redlake and on the township's western edge, where sands and gravels predominate.
Much of the township was underlain by workable coals of the Middle and Lower Coal Measures. A Shropshire Charcoal Burner in the Industrial Revolution by Peter Lead, BA. FRGS, AR HistS. Journal No 10 (), pp. In legend and folklore the charcoal burner sounds the forlorn note of faerie, and in reality the men who once carried on this lapsed trade, remain just as anonymous.
The Shropshire Canal was a tub boat canal built to supply coal, ore and limestone to the industrial region of east Shropshire, England, that adjoined the River Severn at ran from a junction with the Donnington Wood Canal ascending the yard long Wrockwardine Wood inclined plane to its summit level, it made a junction with the older Ketley Canal and at Southall Bank the.
Contacting the archive: phone calls are taken by the council's customer service centre. For complex enquiries they recommend emailing the service directly, if possible ; Readers can register online and order documents in advance of a visit online; Identification: Shropshire Archives. Window 4: New Street.
The year isand Wellington is Shropshire’s principal wood-working town. New Street in particular is teeming with craftspeople engaged in woodworking trades – there are at least 16 men in New Street trading either as chair-makers, wood turners, coopers, joiners, cabinet-makers, timber merchants or wheelwrights.
Darby II continued and improved on his fathers methods and expanded the business, leasing John Weld’s furnace at Willey inand until there were only 3 coke fired furnaces in Shropshire, all owned by the Coalbrookdale Company, but only there were Lowe - (Aqueduct - Shropshire) Looking for any connections with the Lowe family, who were in Aqueduct, Madeley (now under Telford) in / Thomas, born aboutFurnace Keeper.
John, bornalso worked in the furnaces. (My Great-Grandfather) Moses. ↑ 'Shropshire Banns ,' findmypast, accessed 28 April ↑ 'Shropshire Burials ,' findmypast, accessed 28 April ↑ Hugh Wallis, 'IGI Batch Numbers for Shropshire, England,' IGI Batch Numbers, accessed 24 April ↑ 'Shropshire Coverage,' The Joiner Marriage Index, accessed 9 September Trane, Carrier, Goodman Gas Furnace in Wellington, Ohio.
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If you are contemplating buying a gas furnace, then consider getting a furnace made by the following manufacturers. By the early nineteenth century, this road had been diverted and came up from the Bucks Head at Wellington up through Arleston over Lawley, by Balls Hill near Heath Hill to Dawley Green.
The parish’s commercial centre grew up at the junction between the old and the new routes at Dawley Green; the road through the settlement being known as. In Shropshire area, the early 18th century Charlcotte iron furnace near Neenton, which was originally powered by waterwheel and is described.
Ironstone is found in the same tracts as the coal; and, inyieldedtons of ore, and was worked in 37 furnaces and 14 ironworks. Lead ore, calamine, and traces of copper ore occur in the W.
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Gower was a very big fan of canals, he had done much to promote the Trent and Mersey Canal and was the Uncle (some books say Brother-in-law) of the Duke of Bridgewater who built the first canal in Britain, near Manchester. The Shropshire Canal was to run from Donnington Wood (grid ref SJ ) to Coalport (SJ ), a distance of.
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This will bring up a list of available records. The baptism I referred to above took place at All Saints Church, Wellington because the parish included Ketley.
I.A. of Shropshire Trinders “Industrial Archaeology of Shropshire” (see earlier issue of ‘Below’) is to be published by Philimore in April at a price of £30 (£ to those already subscribed). Wanted Has anyone got or seen a copy of the following book believed.
Just a bit of extra information which might be of interest. The front cover of the book "A Ketley Mon" by Terry Lowe (published British Bus Publishing Ltd ) has a picture of the Holyhead Road looking towards Oakengates with the Ketley Offices on the right hand side of the road and the caption picy " Ketley Offices being demolished in " Picture was courtesy of the Shropshire Star.
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Books about Ketley: SNAPPED: Part 1 (Snapped Series) - Nov 1, by Ketley Allison The Ketley Canal was a tub boat canal that ran for about miles from Oakengates to Ketley works in Shropshire, England. The canal was built about and featured the first inclined plane in Britain.
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He was a Blacksmith by trade. Longford is an ancient village near the town of Newport, Shropshire. It lies in the parish of Church Aston. Roman coins and medieval artifacts have been discovered in the village and it is listed in the Domesday Book with a population of 23 households, plough lands and a mill.
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Do not rely on my transcriptions - check against the actual census to be sure! The text should be convertible into a table with the commas as column markers. I've deliberately put all the censuses on this same page, a bit cumbersome, but it does enable you to search all the censuses in one go.Papers relating to an estate at Ryton (Shropshire) 18th cent (1 bundle).
Volume relating to a proposal to extract coal at Ketley (Shropshire) 18th cent. Form of a draft of a lease for William Forester 18th cent (1 vol). Miscellaneous deeds and papers 18th cent, including lease of Willey furnace, weld to .