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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broadfield

    Parishes BroadfieldBROADFIELD Bradefella (xi cent.); Bradefeld (xii cent.); Bradfeld (xiv cent.). Broadfield is a small parish containing 374 acres. As its name would possibly imply, it is comprised within field boundaries, and was probably originally a part of Rushden

    Crawley New Town Roman Catholicism

    c . 1971 . 56 It is a cruck-built hall church with brick cladding. The church of Christ the Lord, Broadfield , was registered in 1982 for joint use by the Roman Catholics and the United Reformed church. It was

    Crawley New Town Other religions

    mosque in 1984 . 78 Another Islamic group was alleged in 1985 to have used a house in Fennel Crescent, Broadfield , as a mosque since 1984 . 79 Baha'i and Hindu congregations existed c . 1984 , apparently meeting

    Townships Pilsworth

    is Broadfield , which is becoming a suburb of Heywood . The population in 1901 was not returned separately. The principal roads meet at Three Lane Ends near the centre. From this point one road goes northeast to Broadfield and

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Royston

    he established his case ( Cal. Close , 1354-60 , p. 587). Rot. Lit. Pat . (Rec. Com.), 96. See Broadfield , V.C.H. Herts . iii, 210. In 1359 the land was held of the Earl of Richmond and John

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Mary Whitechapel, Wapping Whitechapel, Fleece Alley

    , John 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Burnap , Deborah 1.60 8.00 0.00 0.00 Mills , Thomas 1.80 9.00 0.00 0.00 Broadfield , Thomas 3.60 18.00 0.60 50.00 Baker , Timothy 3.60 18.00 0.00 0.00 Tinke , William 4.00 20.00 0.60

    Supplementary Records, Preston Richard

    footpath, for inhabitants of Preston Richard, leading from a close called Field End in Preston Richard, across a close called Broadfield there and a close called Fletcher Meadow in Stainton and from thence through several places to the parish church

    Entry Book, November 1689, 16-30, 01 November 1689-30 November 1689

    seal of July 11 last) the arrears of Tenths, amounting to about 25 l . due from the Vicarage of Broadfield [Bradfield ] , co. Essex, the present vicar, Dr. James D'almaigne, having represented that he cannot receive the profits

    Index, B

    Bradborn. Bradbury (Bradberye), Mr [? Robert Bradbury, of Braughing, co. Herts ] , guest at Hatfield House, 2. Bradfeild. See Broadfield. Bradninch (Bradnynch), co. Devon, rectory of, 7. Bradshawe , Peter, of St. Austin's in Watling Street, London, merchant-tailor, mentioned

    Cases brought before the committee, March 1650, 01 March 1650-31 March 1650

    Hereford,; Jas. Barrell, Hereford,; Chas. and Conisby Booth, Hereford,; Clement Clarke, Hereford,; Ambrose Elton, Ledbury,; Thos. Gower, Hereford,; Thos. Higgins, Broadfield,; Edw. King, Haberdasher, Hereford,; Thos. and John Morgan,; Wm. Norman, Hereford,; Rich. Phelps,; Rich. Philpots, Mercer, Hereford,; Jas. Rodd, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE &TRE ROYAL, DRURY-Lh&NE . I TO-MORROW5, MAY 6, (by special desire) the Tragedy of ICING LEAR. King Lear, Air. KEAN. On TUESDAY, The DU-ENNA. On WEDNESDAY, LOVEin a XILLAGE. On THURSDAY, The CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE. On FRIDAY, MACBETH. Macbeth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to have been in an unrousciois Stlts- for the last few days. From the of ficial positioin he filed Mir. Broadfield was well k.nown in the tow.n and neigh- bourhood. He was most cou~rteous and obliging in the discharge of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tracedthietldeves,andovert~ook five uses, three of whom were tlse prisoners, the whole of whom, with lce exception of Broaddfield, escaped. Ois Broadfield they found a shirt covered with blood, a lot of feathers, and an iron chisel. The others were subsequently Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yes- terday charged at the Police Court with biting ofn the end of Betsy Broaddeld's osHe, about live weeks ago. Broadfield hid cohabited with the prisoner, had a child by him, and they were drinking to- gethor in a liquar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with conspiring with William Brookes to steal four drag wheels, four Iron pipes, and a slate, the property of the Broadfield Colliery Company. The prisoner was convicted at the adjourned Sessions of embezzling several sams of money, the property of Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1665/5

    on behalf of Margaret Butcher, widow and relict of Robert Butcher, deceased, late of Crumpsall Location: Middleton (Lancashire) Place(s): Broadfield(Broadfield) : undefined Participant: RichardLumax [Lammax] Role: appellant Details: male; Acting on behalf of Margaret Butcher, widow and relict of

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