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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Middleton Stoney

    's coheirs, Mary, the wife of Sir Michael Blount , and Elizabeth, the wife of Sir John Brocket of Brocket Hall ( Herts .). 81 On Martyn's death it passed to his sister and heir Marian , the wife of

    Preface

    John Brocket died in 1556 leaving the manor to his son Bensted, 75 and in 1565 John Brocket of Brocket Hall , probably son of Bensted, co nveyed Harpesfield Hall 76 to Robert Wolley of St. Albans , 77 who

    Banbury Manors

    78 In 1680 Katharine Hawten and her grandson Hawten Maria Morgan sold the estate to Sir John Read of Brocket Hall ( Herts .). 79 Sir John Read died in 1711 ; his heirs were four sisters, 80 and the

    Index

    Bp. of, see Searchfield, Roland Britannia Works , see Banbury Brocas : Ann Dolly , see Pigott Bernard, 104 Brocket Hall ( Herts .), 44 Brome : Eliz., see Palmer Rob. (fl. early 15th cent.), 231 n Rob. (fl. 1484),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Italy, urging his Lordship's speedy return to this country. Lord Morpeth from Castle Howard, and Lord Aucekland from Brocket Hall, are also expected to arrive to-day. The alleged interview between Lord John Rus- sell and Sir Robert Peel is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Officer. SERaOUs ILLNess OF LORD MELBOURNE.-We regret to state that the noble lord lies dangerously ill, at his seat, Brocket Hall. SECESsroN OF THE HoN. AND REV. BaPTIST W. NOEL.-From the inquiries we have made, we believe that the rumour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o the death of Lord Melbourne, who expired last night at the family wansion, Brocket Hall. The noble lord had been seriously ill for some time, without any hopes being entertained of his reco- very Hie was born at Melbourne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1847, and his lordship having Do collateral relatives, the title becomes extinct. VISCOURT MELBoURNaE, G1.C.B., died on Saturday, at Brocket Hall, Herts, in his seventieth year. Before he succeeded to the title of his'eldest brother, William, the former prime minister, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lichfield with the Lady Harriet Hamilton, eldest daughter of the Marquis of Abercorn, will take place next week, at Brocket Hall, Herts. Owing to continued ill-health, Archdeacon Berens has resigned his office as Archdeacon of Berks, whlch he had held Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Brocket Hall

    Place Brocket HallBrocket Hall, Hertfordshire, England Red-brick Brocket Hall was the seat of Queen Victoria's first prime minister, Lord Melbourne. It was built by his father, the first Viscount Melbourne, in the 1760s, in the neoclassical style, with a

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