Smith"s Droitwich Borough Almanack and directory for 1897.

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The oaths of the borough officers, preserved in a Droitwich minute book, of the time of Charles II, add some further details of the municipal executive.

The bailiffs served all warrants and held the assizes of bread, beer and victuals, punished brawlers and swore to make just account and to see 'that the pit goes straight,' and that none occupy. The first was to unite two parishes in the town, and the other to revive a Commonwealth scheme ‘for the making navigable of a certain river running from the said corporation of Droitwich into the river of Severn called Salwarp brook’, which ‘would be of extraordinary advantage to the said borough in reference to the trade of salting’.

Droitwich was a close borough which never gave any trouble to its patrons. There had been no contest since when the Foleys, who had long shared the nominations with the Winningtons, contrived to take both seats.

Their intermarriage in led to another era of sharing. Droitwich, six miles north-east of Worcester, had a population of about in the s, rising to over 1, a century later.3 It had been famous since Anglo-Saxon times for the production of salt, a trade which continued to dominate the town in the early seventeenth century, although only one brine-pit at Upwich and two in Netherwich remained in operation.4 Town government and the salt.

In January there were rumours that some Droitwich men were meeting with William Bromley I* (a defeated candidate for the county in ) and a ‘Mr Sandys’, possibly Martin Sandys (guardian to the young Samuel Sandys†), with a view to contesting the borough at the next election.

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A photograph of the Borough by Jarratt Beckett and published in his book "Somerset viewed through a Camera". The Redwood brother's premises at 12 High Street are seen at extreme right, next to Hayne's the butcher. Kelly's Directory of Cheshire: Kelly's Directory of Cornwall: Kelly's Directory of Cumberland: Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire: Kelly's Directory of Devon: Kelly's Directory of Dorset: Kelly's Directory of Durham: Kelly's Directory of Essex: Kelly's Directory of Gloucestershire: Kelly's.

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; especially through their son, John Palmer, Jr., and sons-in-law, William and James Trimble. The earliest reference found to Droitwich as a burgus is inbut no charter is known beforewhen King John gave the burgesses responsibility for the collection and payment of a fee-farm of £ This seems to have been reduced later in the 13th century, but the next important charter, granted in Aprilallowed for a fee-farm of.

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In the first half of the 18th century the representation of Droitwich was usually divided between the Foleys and the Winningtons; from to the Foleys controlled both seats; and from again divided the borough with the Winningtons. Commercial Hotel,70 High Street,Knaresborough,previously Borough Bailiff, (Nov.*,open) Castle,5 The Green,Sheriff Hutton,Nr York(open) Castle Hotel,35/36 Queen Street,Scarborough(burnt down rebuilt as housing) Cattle Market Inn,1 Fawcett Street,York,previously Paragon(,closed ,restaurant).

John and Ann had other children christened at St Andrews Droitwich. George Deakin married Elizabeth Guise b. /2 Droitwich(dau of perhaps John Guise (Salt Pan Smith) and Sarah unknownsurname). George and Elizabeth marr. Droitwich had William Deakin and Minnie Deakin and possibly other children who died.

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