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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cranfield

    chapels. Along the road leading north from the village lie some of the hamlets contained in the parish. At Broad Green there is a windmill still in use, whilst another one recently stood north of Gossard's Green . A third

    Oakington Introduction Long Stanton and Oakington

    by 1800 among some 190 a. of ancient closes, 74 along a street running north-east from Alehouse Green ( Broad Green c . 1520), 75 by the Girton road , which until inclosure covered 41/2 a. The street forks half

    Cheveley Cheveley c. 1800

    Further south on higher ground, some woodland remained long after the 11th century. The main focus of clearance was Broad green 1 km. south of the church, where a large freehold estate evolved in the 14th century into Bansteads manor.

    Cheveley Economic history

    Sir George Chetwynd and the jockey Charles Wood at Chetwynd Farm (later Warren stud) on New Road south-west of Broad Green , 43 by the trainer George Dawson at Lensfield stud (later incorporated into Brook stud) east of the village

    Fulbourn Fulbourn c. 1800

    three-bayed cottages, one dated 1735, were built on small crofts south-west of the village along the south side of Broad Green , so named by 1460 , where dwellings had been recorded by 1506 . 4 In the 1660s and

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1768/1

    Date: 1768 - 1768 People & Places Participant: MaryMeadow [Meadows] Role: appellant Details: female; Widow Location: Liverpool (Lancashire) Place(s): Liverpool (Liverpool) : undefined Participant: JaneSorocold [Sorocold; Sorowkall] Role: appellate Details: female Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Broad Green (Broadgreen) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11).-Thursday, December 14, d Bourton Villagd; Friday, 15, Tanworth. WoRoCsEsRs1sasa (at 11).-This day, December 13, Kenswfck l Friday, 15, Broad Green. g WYNNSs, SIR W. IV. (at 10.30).-Friday, December 15, it Brynypys: Saturday, 16, Hinton. ,- Ilrosl PAsi HARRIERS (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    December 15, Wenlock Fe P ITuesday, 19. Stotteedon; Friday, 22, Ditton P'riors, tee WoOsReCESTERSHIRE (at 1l).-21hlel day, December 15, Broad Green. sa, 1VyNoe', Sen IV. NV. (at 10.30).-This day, December 15, Brynypys; Saturday, 16, Hinion ; Monday, 18, Oteley ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19, Stottesdos; e Friday, 22, Ditton Priors. IWocncEsaERSHREs (at 1j).--Sonday, December 18, Crowle; Wednesday, 20, Arelep House; Friday, 22, Broad Green. e YNNS, Sli IV, W. (at 10.30).-This day, December 16, 0 Hinton; Monday, 18, Otley; Tuesday, 19, Baschurch; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22, Ditton Priors. WA e WooESTErnsHlct (at 11).-ahlseey December 18, Crowle; I e Wednesday, 20, Archey liousc; iriday, , Broad Green. WYNNc'S, SI P . W. (at 10.30)-This day, December 18, _ Y Oteley- Tuesday, 19, Beachorch; Friday, 22, Etuabon; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I WHEATLAND (at 10.36.-~'rlday, December 22, Ditton Priore. i F. Honoes; nanz(at 11).-Tlisi day, December 20, ArcicyA Hos;Friday, 22, Broad Green. I WYNNe's, SIR W. W. (at 10.30)-Frilday, Dccembher 22, Bonbon; A 3 Saturday 23, Carden.i 5 1101 i'nZC HiAlRrTnS Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Croydon

    road from Arundel to London, is supposed to have passed through or near the town; it is visible upon Broad Green 6 . Londoners spoiled at Croydon . In the year 1264, during the wars between Henry III. and his

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