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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Rufford

    de Shirley for life, at a rose rent, obtained their grange of Brackenfield (Brithrichfeld), Derbyshire , with the houses there, and the moiety of the town of Brackenfield belonging to the grange and certain common of pasture. 33 In 1331

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Felley

    Heriz gave to William de Lovetot, Prior of Felley, and to his convent, 20 acres of land in Ogston and Brackenfield , co. Derby (temp. Henry II ). 6 At a somewhat later date, John de Heriz, for the health

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A few davs after, at the i Derby assizes, one Pinder, of Nottingham, was convicted of l a burglary at Brackenfield, and he was sentenced to be t 61 transported for twenty years. While in prison waiting his r s Subscribers-only content

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    tria' was resumed at the Derbyshire Assizes yes- terday of William Pugh, for murdering Elizabeth Bomt, in a barn at Brackenfield. NTo evidence was called for the detence. Mr. Stonger, Q.C., made an appeal on behalf of the accused, but Subscribers-only content

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    of insanity. The trial was ooneludcd at the Derbyshire Assizes on Tuesday of William Pugh. for murdering Elizabeth Boot, at Brackenfield. No evidence was called for the defence. Mr. Stonger, QO.G, made an appeal on behalf of the accused, but Subscribers-only content

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    condition. William Pugh, eolLer (21), was executed at Derby on WX ednesday for the murdCer of Elizabeth Boot, 19, at Brackenfield, on May 9th. A serious ecplosion took ples on Tuesday at the Bryococh Pit, of the Main Colliery Company, Subscribers-only content

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    oragill, Corrahorree olt, and -Manco earie a anile. Osbortne's Seriv-ener galir-ped two nailes. First root, Septimus, ldea B. Eliy, Morpeth, Brackenfield, 3Mfartin, Pepper, Ring Crow, Constance colt, and Nurse --nies galloped a nrmle. Grahazms Lord irark-worth, Brown ,Sugar filly, sad Subscribers-only content

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