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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Bruerne STOKE BRUERNE Stoke Bruerne Village Shutlanger Village

    Stoke BruerneSTOKE BRUERNE The ancient parish of Stoke Bruerne occupies some 2,600 acres towards the north-western corner of Cleley hundred. It is separated from Paulerspury and Alderton to the south by the Tove, and from Ashton and Roade on

    Chairman's foreword

    Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate 18 Alderton 39 Ashton 59 Cosgrove 77 Easton Neston 98 Furtho 127 Grafton Regis 142 Hartwell 176 Old Stratford 198 Passenham 208 Paulerspury 245 Potterspury 289 Roade 345 Stoke Bruerne 374 Wicken 413

    List of plates

    ) Stoke Bruerne , Grand Junction Canal . Double locks at the top of the flight, with a boatweighing machine from the Glamorganshire Canal, and a steam cornmill, 1840s, now theWaterways Museum. ( Peter Moyse ) 7. Stoke Bruerne .

    Alderton ALDERTON Alderton Village

    with Stoke Bruerne . 54 In the 1190s John Maudit appears to have been the undertenant of Alderton , since he claimed the advowson there, as did his sonsin-law in 1219 -20. 55 Both Alderton and Stoke Bruerne , however,

    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate

    a long summit tunnel between Stoke Bruerne and Blisworth . At both villages public wharfs were established, which during the heyday of the canal handled a good deal of traffic, although certainly at Stoke Bruerne the canal's impact on what

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 366, August 18-31, 1637, 18 August 1637-31 August 1637

    Majesty's charter. [ p . ] Aug. 22. 17. Statement of what took place between Mr. Arundel, parson of Stoke Bruerne, co. Northampton, one of the commissioners appointed by the Bishop of Peterborough to visit the churches in the deanery Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    98, 158. Rushden , 17. Silverstone , 149. Snawscombe (? Chalcombe), 43. Stanwick , 146. Stirton (? Staverton), 168. Stoke Bruerne , 102, 171. Sutton , 158. Sywell , 101, 113. Teeton , 102 (?). Thingdon (Finedon), 23. Thorpe Underwood

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnast maker. (Gh Jon. MCGLONE, Barrow-in-Furness, coaldealer. COU VILL5Alm DUENKLEY MIANNONG, formerly of Onley Grounds, sear Rugby, now of Stoke Bruerne. Northamptons3isre, farmer, wol ir&slkr, and dealer. sid REDECCA, MARY HOLLAND, Chandos Road, Bnclingbam, tildew. JIOnn Dunes.y, Englishcome, Somersetshire, florist. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    view the bodies as they were recovered. Late on Tuesday night a railway guard, named i Bikoous, living at Stoke Bruerne, a village near Northampton, shot his sweethoart withl a gun, seriously wounding hler. ' He afterwards went home, and, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e. A shocking attempt at triple murder and afterwards -A en suicido was made late on Tuesday night, at Stoke Bruerne, ci It, a small secluded village near Northampton, by a man ft ti named Thomas Brooks, who lived with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    while the South east Division has a population oi 66,394. rTan NORTHAMPTONSHIn1R TRAOEDY.-MJary Ann Tite, who was shot at Stoke Bruerne, Northampton. shire, on Tuesday night, was thought to be sinking yester- day. DBroolks, her asa84ilvzt, is also iu a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t] lbs chapel was passed; after whichthte meeting was 3 broraght to a elose. s Mary Ann Tite, who, it is alleged, was attacked It at Stoke Bruerne Northamptosdadre, W a m n ssauq4 . Brooko, died oa 1Atuidly. - Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Stalman, 17/6/1828

    Forename William Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 17/6/1828 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Stoke Bruerne// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 (Uncatalogued Act Book 1819-39) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819- 1839

    John Pam, 15/7/1828

    Pam Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 15/7/1828 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stoke Bruerne// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDR, ML701 (Curates licences 1814-51) (Register of Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819-

    Edward Cardwell, 17/6/1828

    Forename Edward Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 17/6/1828 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Stoke Bruerne// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 (Uncatalogued Act Book 1819-39) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819- 1839

    John Eccles, 1/8/1777

    DETAIL Surname Eccles Forename John Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 1/8/1777 Office/Status Rector Location Stoke Bruerne// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDR, ML580 (call book 1777) (Clergy call book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment Licensed to preach

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