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  • * British History Online *

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    Defective Titles, 1630

    High-ways, Streets, Passages, Lanes, Rivers, Sewers, Commons, and Wastes, and all other Encroachments, Assert Lands, Improvements, and Inclosures of Commons, Brecks, Fellets, and such other Inclosures, waste Grounds, Moors, and other Heathy Downs, inclosed, or not inclosed, being his Majesty's

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, January 1755, 01 January 1755-31 January 1755

    the Common Field and Brecks, in the Manor and Parish of Brancaster , in the County of Norfolk ; and for extinguishing the several Rights of Common and Sheep Walk over the said Field and Brecks, and over certain Half-year

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)

    Dawson, free laburer, for life Richard Lenge, by redemption Peter Sheelds, by redemption John Hawkins, pinner Thomas Wainde, merchant Edward Brecks, by redemption Owen Hewes, taylor, by redemption John Waite, silkweaver Those who claime Freedom by Patrimony Richard Woodhouse, joyner,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, December 1754, 01 December 1754-30 December 1754

    the Common Field and Brecks, in the Manor and Parish of Brancaster , in the County of Norfolk ; and for extinguishing the several Rights of Common and Sheep Walk over the said Field and Brecks, and over certain Half

    Index, A-C

    79, 92 Breckan , Brecken, Breckon, Brekken, Bracken, Edm. 88; Joh. 64, 114; Tho. 114, 122; Will. 14, 64, 72 Brecks , Edw. 110 Bredall , Fran. 262 Brennand , Joh. 244 Bretridge , Brettridge, Rob. 191, 231; Rog. 231;

  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Derby hundred The City of Liverpool

    in the deeds, the chief being the Old Fields (Great and Little), the Heathy Lands (Nether and Over ), the Brecks , the Dalefield, the Wallfield , the Milnefield, the Sheriffacres, the Castle field, the Whiteacres, the Wetearth. 6 Some

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chambers, in tie Irtoer neMple, on Thrsisday, after an iltneis of a ferw dayOs. Vu Saturday week, aged 24, at Brecks, near Rotherham, Mr. Joseph Bend. bury. This genitlenrar well deserved the celebrity which he enjoyed zs a snuger, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sin ditace eteot scon ad tir; Ovingdean M~aor, oo, t ftboththre-ver-ols: Sc 1b each ; half a I mie-M. Tn Brecks Te Cwan gotMrMiler's Magdalone. BETTING ON TBlE COURSE. THEs BERnY. 2 to 1aght Bond Or-offered,. 100 .. . Robert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with steal- ing ten sacks ot beans, belonging to the London and North- Western Railway Company, on Noveember 29. i'r. Brecks (instructed by Mr. Hiuton. Euston) appeared for the company, and lMir. Barold Wright (instructed by M~1r. Benbow Hebberti defended.--The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were the Revds. C. W.sBarnard, G. Litting S. A. Smith J1. J. Agar Ellis; J. E. Moon, T. B. tanvey Brecks, W. M. W. Pitchford, HT. H. Dangerield, E. . Harker, A. W.Vard J. Hlatton Jones, R. H. Rees, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii7th year of her age, Asis, the asife of Mr. Jsln isilby, of Yoik. On,. Saturdrsy last, aged 34, at Brecks, stear Roltherharm, Mr. Josephl Bralbury. This gesstlensarn scell deserved the eelebrity srhich ho enijoyeds as a saiser. Toi a Subscribers-only content

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