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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Tutbury

    they received the vills of Marston -on-Dove (except 11 bovates and a quarter of the meadowland), Doveridge , and West Broughton , the church and tithes of Norbury with one villein, two-thirds of the demesne tithes of Scropton , Barton

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Rocester

    , mm. 17-20. This land is given as ' Denston Ryddyng in Somersall'. Henry of Denstone held land in West Broughton (in Doveridge , Derb.), about 1/2 mile from Somersal Heath , in the early 13th cent. and was making

    Townships Broughton

    distinguish this township from others of the like name it is usually called Broughton-in-Furness , or sometimes West Broughton . It has an area of 7, 2971/2 acres, 1 extending north-east along a hilly ridge between the level open valleys

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

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    CP.I.1017

    Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): West Broughton (Broughton) : chapelry Notes: For the transmitted papers from the original cause see TRANS.CP.1731/4 and TRANS.CP.1731/1 Participant: JohnHobbin [Hobbin] Role: appellant Details: male; Chapelwarden Location: Kirkby Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): West Broughton (Broughton) : chapelry Participant:

    CP.I.1046

    Place(s): West Broughton (Broughton) : chapelry Participant: JohnHobkin [Hobkin] Role: defendant Details: male; Chapelwarden Location: Kirkby Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): West Broughton (Broughton) : chapelry Participant: ThomasCarter [Carter] Role: defendant Details: male; Chapelwarden Location: Kirkby Ireleth (Lancashire) Place(s): West Broughton (Broughton)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the pnrpose of acquiring and work- ing the rich copper mining property now called the Excel, cior Mine, near West Broughton, County Megantis, Pcovinnce of Quebec, Canada. Attention is called to the extensive nature of the property-,100 acres; its proximity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the value of the persoilsi estate amounting to over anoWU. t Mie testator devises all his real estate at West Broughton, Derbyshire, unto his eldest son, Frederick Henry. Hi, 0 plate, pictures, books, china, and other articles ot house. hold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    formad for the purposs of acquiring and wortra? the nob Copper Mining Propecly now called the hisrcotsor Iliac,, roar West Broughton, County Meoniatir, Province of Quebec, ? The property eonsi?lJ of 4,100 acres of rith mineral load, cen2risa'.c 2,100 acres Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jsimes Shaw, alias Ernest Wilkinson (20), haclrer, pleaded guilty to three indictments for seitin, fire to lra-stanks, in the West Broughton district. one of them belonging to Visouono Cross, on July _29h. Eighteen mornths. Jaumes Hucddleston (25), labourer, and James Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    formed for the purpo.,c of acquiring and working the rich copper mininA property now called the ExcelI.ior .Mines, near West Broughton, County MegNavntic, Province of Quebec, Canada. The property Con- sists of 4.100 acres of rich mineral land," The ;list Subscribers-only content

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