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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Economic history

    The common meadows and pastures, like the open fields, were small and numerous, including Southmead or Southmore beside the river, Broadmead , Longmead , Horsebrook , and Cattleland. 57 The extent of common meadow and pasture may have decreased through

    Lyng Church The Church in 1888

    in Lyng . 18 In 1923 the value was increased by £9 a year from the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and the Broadmead Trust. 19 A garden and yard formed the glebe in the early 17th century. 20 By 1838 there were

    Hayes Economic and social history

    between 1596 and 1598 . At this date there were over 1,304 a. in 11 open fields. Three of these, Broadmead Field, Greathedge Field, and Crouch Field were well over 200 a. each, and three more, Botwell West, Botwell South,

    Hayes Introduction HAYES PARISH , INCLUDING NORWOOD

    a cottage, and 7 a. of inclosed land at Botwell. Yeading was not mentioned. Three of the large open fields, Broadmead Field (270 a.), Greathedge Field (226 a.), and Crouch Field (224 a.), lay around Hayes End , Wood End

    Parishes Tredington

    north of the village, Ham and Garston field, south-east of the village, Broadmead (later Banworth) field, 3/4 mile north-east from the church, and Furzen field east again beyond Broadmead field. Ham and Garston field, as the name implies, was in

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Temple Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Plume of Feathers, Wine Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1785 Lamb Inn, Broadmead, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1785

    Royal Sussex Lodge of Hospitality

    an enemy air raid, forcing the lodge to relocate Meeting Places Shakespeare Tavern, King Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1769 Lamb Inn, Broadmead, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1771 Old Crow, College Green, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1773 Goat, on the Quay, Bristol, Gloucestershire 1777 Assembly Coffee

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 309, Undated 1635

    Dorset, sought to recover from John Brown tithes payable in the years 1633 and 1634, for the meadows of Broadmead and Broadmead Lynes situate in the titheable places of Witherston. [6 pp . ] 25. Brief in a cause in Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 406, Undated 1638, 01 September 1638-31 December 1638

    John Browne, being a suit in the Court of Arches by the rector of Witherston, for the tithes of Broadmead and Broadmead lines. Witherston was a reputed rectory in the diocese of Salisbury, and heretofore there was a chapel in Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    , Mr. British dominions Brixton , co. Devon Brixworth , co. Northampton Broad , Auditor Hen. certificate of statement by Broadmead , Rich. Brockett , Ninian Capt. Brody , Alex. Broghill , Lord, see Boyle. Brokwith , Matt., certificate Bromsgrove Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, June 1688, 21-30, 21 June 1688-30 June 1688

    of Locking and the rectory and advowson of the parish church of Locking; the capital messuage thereof; lands there called Broadmead of 11 acres in the tenure of William Baqnall [Bagnall ] ; a close there called Le Two Hills

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 22 June 1830, 22 June 1830-22 June 1830

    Bristol: Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters of the Baptist Denomination meeting in Broadmead, Bristol , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships to take into their Consideration the Propriety of abolishing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sef cor y Bap- e tists Cymreig Maudlin-st., a chcr y MVethodistiaid *e 1W Calfinaidd Broadmead; goreu cor y Methodist- g Id, iaid Calfinaidd Cymreig Broadmead. Am yr ad- y r- roddiad goreu o " Rhaiadr Lodore," gwobr lOs 6c. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bod i'w bsrtf hwy fod. yn derfynol. Awgrymwyd hefyd y priodoldeb oa gael barn -counsel ar y.r hen- gapel, &c.,,yn Broadmead, sef,,pa un a ellir ei ix werthu, as gwelid hyny yn fanteisiol, ai ni; seid." . : -CYFFOD .Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tachwedd 22, iddynt i fyne&d yno; a bod Mr. ,Matthews' i gymeryd barn counsel d ynghylch yr hen gapel yn Broadmead, er mwyn cael y allan a ellid ei werthu ai peidio. rr Ariolad: ymdeithasfaol. - Yn unol b phenderfyniad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ag a allant yn y sir hon yn ystod en harosiad yn y wlad. 6. Darllenwyd y Ilythyrau oddiwnth eglwys Broadmead, Bristol, ac l oddiwrth Gyfarfod Jfisol Mornan*g yn eyfiwyno y b brawd ienanc, Mr. John Williams, Dolybont, ir Cyf- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ye ddoeth i ninan dalu hnerzcostnu yr yrnchwiliad, yn gYstal a thraul y cenhadaiu L trosaom lifddo. Derbyniiwyd cais o Broadmead, Bristol, ye go0fynaarm genliadau i edrycji uafrydedd yr eglwys gyda golwg ar fngail. Cafodd Mr. I D. Evans, Caerdydd, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Mother will have Jones'

    [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Food industry and trade, Flour industry, Advertisements, flour] ^N»r^iSSKsaiie^!»£.^s% ,^iu,Miia.-i'i'ax-^ay. THE PUBLIC are respectfully cautioned Imperfect methods. ^ . , , , . . ^ r- —-----—-----—--—- to avoid the substitution of any of the innumerable Subscribers-only content

    Jones' Flour

    (Have you tried Jones' Custard Powder?) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Food industry and trade, Flour industry, Cut-paper works, flour] > 6^^h<^ 3! r^ - 1'? ^^ .5 ^ /> :0 A>oC<^ I. 3>IVO ^^-^^ 3>IVXnN MOJXBnoaM^ ^/ DNISIVMdia^ ^^^/jw^ J-N31Vd^ Subscribers-only content

    Jones' Flour

    (Have you tried Jones' Custard Powder?) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Food industry and trade, Flour industry, Cut-paper works, flour] JMV>. ftm pyWJHXNOl 'e^ ^^ ^^Ai/hfJ// Oji , \^C» ^ -CAST ^ ipmaAmiouu ^j/ DNISIVH-dl3?? A7a3Uff/joaA// ^ lk:-3lWf4 /• mmm ' Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHESTER, William (bef.1489-1558), of Bristol, Glos.

    the period-suggests that, like his 15th-century ancestors and his own sons, he traded overseas. He converted three houses in the Broadmead into a residence abutting on to the Dominican Friary. This property he extended in 1540 by purchasing the site

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 March 1803, 15 March 1803

    of Commons, Pctherton by Mr. Langton and others : EncMure With a Bill, intituled, &quot; An Aa for dividing and &quot; allotting a certain Common Meadow, called Petherton &quot; Broadmead, fituate in the Parifh of South Petherton, in &quot; the Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1803, 16 March 1803

    eft Billa, intituled, u An A£t for Petherton &quot; dividing and allotting a certain Common Meadow, Enclofure &quot; called Petherton Broadmead, fituate in the Parifli of &quot; South Petherton, in the County of Somerfet.&quot; Ordered, That the faid Bill be Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1803, 22 March 1803

    vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, &quot; An Act for &quot; dividing and allotting a certain Common Meadow, &quot; called Petherton Broadmead, fituate in the Parilh of &quot; South Petherton, in the County of SomerfetJ&quot; The Queftion was put, &quot; Whether Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1803, 24 March 1803

    within the &quot; fame Parifh.&quot; 28. &quot; An Ad for dividing and allotting a certain &quot; Common Meadow, called Petherton Broadmead, fitu- &quot; ate in the Parifh of South Petherton, in the County of &quot; Somerfet.&quot; 29. &quot; An Ad Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1803, 5 April 1803

    and widening the Roads from &quot; a Place called Hurfl Bow, in Martock aforefaid, &quot; through a Meadow called Petherton Broadmead, and &quot; thence through the Parilhes of South Petherton, Shepton-&gt; &quot; Beauchampy and Barrington, to join the Turnpike &quot; Subscribers-only content

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