History and Information on Nether Whitacre in the County of Warwickshire.


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Nether Whitacre Pubs

Some history of Nether Whitacre

More information on Nether Whitacre to follow. I probably created the page as I had a link to Nether Whitacre from another page. When building the site it is easier to place links as they crop up rather than go back later on. I realise this is frustrating if you were specifically looking for detailed information on Nether Whitacre. I have placed a few old newspaper articles, along with a few photographs.

Nether Whitacre : Saint Gile's Church [c.1910]

Nether Whitacre : Saint Gile's Church [c.1910]

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Photographs of Nether Whitacre

Nether Whitacre : Halloughton Hall [c.1910]

Nether Whitacre : Bott's Green House [c.1910]

Nether Whitacre : Cottage Homes [c.1910]

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

"On February 25th, a ewe, belonging to Mr. Thomas Freeman, had two lambs, and on March 7th the same ewe had two more. All four were fine large lambs. This may seem difficult to believe; but it is fact, several neighbouring farmers having been to verify for themselves."
"Nether Whitacre"
Coventry Times : March 14th 1877 Page 10

"Annie Beatrice Robinson [51], wife of David Robinson, butcher, of 20, Station Road, Nether Whitacre, was charged before the Coleshill magistrates yesterday [Friday] with inflicting grievous bodily harm upon her husband at the above address on Thursday. Inspector Tonks gave formal evidence of arrest and accused was remanded until April 25th, bail being allowed in a personal surety of £20 and two others of £10 each. David Robinson is detained in the Birmingham General Hospital with a knife wound in his back, but his condition is not regarded as being serious."
"Nether Whitacre Woman Remanded"
Coventry Herald : April 13th 1934 Page 13

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