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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Wyniates

    House , reaching 700 ft. in the east at Lady Elizabeth's Hill and 730 ft. in the south at Broom Hill , close to the southern end of the parish where it touches Oxfordshire . There are many trees in

    North division Mappleton Mappleton township 1848 Rolston township 1859 Cowdens Ambo township c. 1855 Mappleton Church In The Earlier 19th Century

    a., including Broom Hill , Hill , and Middle farms. 29 Part of the purchase, 135 a. occupied by a golf club, was sold in 1922 , 30 and in 1943 the company sold the 181-a. Broom Hill farm to

    Parishes Esher

    small park, of Mr. G. B. Batchelor ; Hawkshill Place, in a park, of Mr. A. W. Drayson . Broom Hill was the residence of the late Sir Robert Hawthorn Collins , K.C.B. MANORS The manor of ESHER (also called

    Parishes Braughing

    and John Stone of Uphall , his son and heir, sold the manor with lands called Gatesbury Green , Broom Hill , Brickhill (now Brick Kiln Hill ), Sacombe , the Mawne (now the Malm), & c., a warren in

    Smethwick The growth of the town SMETHWICK c. 1971

    NE. (edns. of 1890, 1905, 1921); below p. 106. Holly Place in Holly St . is dated 1854 and Broom Hill Place in Broomfield 1867. O.S. Map 6", Staffs. LXXII . NE. (edns. of 1890, 1905, 1921); ibid. LXXII .

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

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    TEST.CP.1839/12

    : undefined Participant: Ralph Wheatley [Wheatley] Role: witness Details: male; 45 Employment: Veterinary Surgeon Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Broom Hill(Broom Hill) : undefined Participant: Thomas Eiley [Eiley] Role: witness Details: male; 48 Employment: Tailor Location: Bywell St Peter (Northumberland)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning. SCR1 .4TCOfiNGS AJ.L POSTEFrACT EsEoCAGr.srTzs.-Rted Palmer. Accrroatal'AT.LY PoTSoxr D. - A lamentable case of poisonilng has occurred at Broom Hill, Belbroughton. A main niLmed George Levwis, of Lickey End, Bronisgrove, came to Mr. hiowers's farm at the shove place Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with attempting to com- mit a rape upon a young woman marned Hlannab Yates, a domestic servant, residing at Broom Hill. The cobuplainant, who is a slrsnger to the town, astated that on Monday night she was at a pablic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same. John lacy, the ownlel of the sheep, deposed to finding it dead in a meadlow piece, at Broom Hill, about half-past six, on Thursday mornisng. It lhid been stuck in the neck, and was still warns. There were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VI" Peshore Road, eppoaltaend of Speedwell Bed. c0lt ANTED. a good Plain COOK. in a small Family.-Apply, der, Hill, Broom Hill, Great Bar. ce30 W ANTED, Immediately. good MPlain COOK lamall dairy), and dl xete~ ieHUtemaid-Appy,C~ ir, Goeorge Taylor, Pack Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sitting Room, Kitchen, and three Bed Resins Excellent Fruited Garden. -A-pply._Mrs. Standen, Relbroughton. Stourbridge. c1847 FO be LET, at Broom Hill, Belbrougbtoi, at Lady-day, a Detached T.COTTAGE, containing Parteur, Sitting. ithres Chambers, and DPressing Room, Kitchen 16usd and Soft Water Subscribers-only content

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