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    Parishes Orcheston St Mary

    an open space, 18 in 1841 called Broad Mere . 19 Between 1773 and 1817 a second lane parallel with the first was made leading north from the western edge of Broad Mere . 20 The principal farmhouse in the Victoria County History

    Entry book, June 1695, 1-15, 01 June 1695-15 June 1695

    one acre on Wheathill, one acre at Calverton Lane End, six acres on Little Broad Mere and 3 acres and two acres abutting on Broad Mere: all late in the tenure of Johanna Foster and formerly parcel of the possessions British History Online

    Treasury Warrants, May 1702, 21-31, 22 May 1702-31 May 1702

    and 1 acre at Calverton Lane End; and 6 acres in Little Broad Meere; and 3 acres abutting on Broad Mere; and 2 acres there: being now or late in the tenures of John Foster, his widow or assigns: being British History Online

    Index of Persons and Places, E, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    272. Eton , co. Bucks, 1282. Broad Mere, 1109. Brooke Furlong, 1108. Burdingbush, 1108. Calverton Lane End, 1108. Chr istopher Inn, the, 1073, 1108. Cockclose, 1297. Gogeons, alias Gugeons, Pool, 1108. Little Broad Mere, 1109. Parsons Close, 1108. Parsonsbush, 1108. British History Online

    Index, E

    Gogeons Pool, Parsons Close, West Mill Ferry, Brooke Furlong, Sandhill, Birding Bush, Wenthall, Calverton Lane End, Little Broad Meare, Broad Mere, Wardgate, Parsons Bush, 225 6. chapel, repairs and enlargement, 59, 192. Henry VI's perpetuity or grant to and debt British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Arable Land, comprising together 11a. Ir. 39p. Lot 3. Comprising a Close or Parcel of Arable Land, called Broad Mere, containing sa. Ir. 35p. Lot 4. Comprising a Close or Field of Meadow or Pasture Land, called Ash Meadow, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Arable Land, omprising together 11a. lit, 39p. Lot 3. Comprising a Close or Parcel of Arable Land called Broad Mere, containing sa. la. 35p. Lot 4. Comprising a Close or Field of Meadow or Pasture Land, called Ash Meadow, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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