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Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/335949 · Shropshire Archives
CHAPTER II HISTORY

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/335946 · Shropshire Archives
5, continuous layer of pebbles, many volcanic in origin. Several small pools had formed in which there were signs of life, pond crawlers and skaters. At the point where it flowed into the grounds of Orleton Hall, I ended my study. [Diagram] A. B. Cross

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/335948 · Shropshire Archives
on this marginal area. The village of Allscott, Ironbridge, Longdon, Long Waste, Sleap are all on the River Tern, at crossing places. The position of Eyton upon the Weald Moors, and Preston upon the Weald Moors is interesting, lying to the north of Wellin

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/335947 · Shropshire Archives
G.D Cubbin. Settlement in the Home Area. New settlement in the home area is largely restricted to the Wellington - Hadley area. As can be seen from the settlement overlay, those areas have new settlement mainly in the form of estates. Wellingtons recent

Wellington School Project, 1964

X8335/8/10/335954 · Shropshire Archives
3. Saxon settlement. Although the Saxons began to establish themselves as early as 450 and gradually push westwards, it was not until about the beginning of the 8 century that they began to settle permanently in this part of the country. The Roman road