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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Walsall Wood Religious life

    school-chapel dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul was opened in 1893 on the corner of Mill Road and Broad Lane on a site given by Peter Aspinall of the Four Crosses ; designed by S. Loxton of Walsall and

    City of Ely The middle ages

    walls . Ely Porta , Steeple Gate, Sacrist's Yard Gate, Almonry or Monks' Gate, and a smaller gate in Broad Lane giving entrance to the monks' vineyard, 48 seemed integral parts of the city life. The little booths and tenements

    Cottenham Nonconformity

    65 Despite two schisms in the mid 18th century, the original congregation continued to meet in a barn in Broad Lane , where the competing factions were reunited c . 1772. 66 There were said to be great numbers of

    Histon Introduction Histon and Impington 1801

    the green, with Water Lane following the brook to the south-east corner of the green and the more direct Broad Lane (later called Station Road) skirting the green on the west. North of the village Gun 's Lane represents the

    Cottenham Introduction Cottenham and Westwick c. 1845

    the fens were along the road to Twenty Pence, over Smithey fen bridge into the western fens, and along Broad Lane to North fen on the Rampton boundary. In the 16th century money was frequently left for the repair of

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

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    TRANS.CP.1668/2 Reference:TRANS.CP.1668/2 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (testamentary) Details:1 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1668 - 5/12/1668 People & Places Participant: WilliamRavenscroft [Ravenscrofte; Ravenscroft] Role: undefined Details: male; Gentleman, deceased, intestate Location: Cheshire Place(s):


    CP.H.6006 Reference:CP.H.6006 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (benefice case) Details:11 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant won Date: 21/8/1662 - 21/7/1665 People & Places Participant: George Hall [Hall] Role: appellate Details: male; clerk; bishop Employment: bishop


    parish Location: Wales : country Place(s): WalesDenbigh (Denbigh) : undefined Location: Bretton (Bretton) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Broad Lane(Broad Lane) : undefined Location: Broughton (Broughton) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Spring Well Field (Spring Well Feild) : fieldname


    Close (Whynny Close) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: Rufforth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Haver Close (Haver Close) : fieldname Location: Rufforth (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Broad Lane (Brode Layne, Brode Lane) : fieldname Location: Clapper Close (Clapper Close, Clapp Close) : undefined Cannot identify

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gentlemane. ilil. The Property 1e iapprsachod fr6tn Covettry by the Old Allealey . Road and-also by Ee;rspia Comnmon and Broad Lane, to the latter to. In of which several of the Into have valuable frontages, end form otaln- eligible ei-es Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    companion. 16 In~ 25s.-94, B.lsall Heath Read (near Cor Street). e6053 A TO LET-DWELLLNG HOUSES AND LAND. CCK'S Greon (Broad Lane). Buckinghans Paco.-'Villa to Let' Acofive bed roo ms. drawing pnid dining rooms, kitchen, ecuilery gardeni;bard and coft water.-Apply, 121, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady's dark eilk Umbrella, with .monognrn aF. .B.-Roturn earmn to D. Russell, High Street. SoUil huil; or J. Boston, Broad Lane, Acoek'tO Green, c7134 . T 0 ST. M dgistrates License Certificats, between Moor s-treet, NOw .LiS trect, and Bull Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ae;Smonth l;go ipedigree.-Mr. G. Mfirby, Mloorcroft Colliey oly ol i t TO LET-fDWELLIING HOUSEB Anil LAJ. A COK'S reen (Broad Lane), Brrclengbram Plore,-Villa to Let5; lire1y bed roemls, drarvjng aned dining rooms, kitchen, eculler;- garden; hard and ssftwater.~-Arsply.,1llAlma St.. Aston. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 58, Lower Dudley Street, Wednesbury, out of business, previously of 32,Wellington Street, T Wigan,.dalryman, and previously thereto of Broad Lane, BIlston, ff publican. . Gso. BoamsroN FRxNoa, Brownhills, and also of Walsall c Wood, both Staffordahire, grocer,. . . Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BIGARD, John (d.1397/8), of Lymington and Southampton, Hants.

    elsewhere: it was as ‘of Lymington’ that, ten years previously, he had taken a lease on a house in Broad Lane, Southampton. After his father’s death he purchased from a Romsey man a messuage, curtilage and dovecote as well as

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Martin's in the Vintrey

    Mr. Pincheon 5 Giles Nicholls 2 Charles Willard 2 Richard Harrison 4 Edmund Baker 5 Mr. Bayley 14 £79 Broad Lane. The Widow Rogers 3 Robert Nicholes 2 Marmaduke Foard 5 Mrs. Gunn her house and stable 6 Mr. Beech

    Index of places

    Street Hill , 47. Bride Lane , 39, 57. Bridewell , 26, 42, 80, 114. Bridewell , Old, 28. Broad Lane , 21. Broad Street , 1, 3, 6, 17, 27, 57, 65, 100, 119. Broken Wharf , St. Mary

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