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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Honington

    fee in BROADMOOR which was held of the prior in 1242 by William de Timor and John de Brademor. 21 In 1279 no tenant is mentioned, but the prior was said to have six bond tenants in Broadmoor ; 22

    Girton Economic History

    along the south side of that road. The Hay fields had perhaps been the Broadmoor field of 1562, which probably adjoined the former common moor or 'broadmoor' south-west of Fulwell field. 64 A Moor furlong was mentioned c . 1495.

    Townships Orrell and Ford

    Roger del Ford occurs in 1332 ; Exch. Lay Subs . 17. Alice de Ford granted land in the Nether Broadmoor to Ralph de Molyneux in 1381 -2; Blundell of Crosby D. K. 6. N. Blundell 's Diary , 131,

    Parishes Barkham

    whilst the fir woods with heather extend from the south of the parish for a long distance to Sandhurst and Broadmoor . 2 Norden 's map of Windsor Forest shows that the village stood on the border line of the


    16th century the arable at Brookhampton lay in Broadmoor field north-east of the village, P ark field to the south-east, and Brook (or Nether) field to the west; 39 part of Broadmoor field was in Stanton Long parish. 40 In

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwaith Ag awyr, Yehydig yn ol, lladdwyd pump o ddynion yn y gwaith trwy danchwa. Yr wythnoe ddiweddaf, yn y Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum, bu farw William Jones, yr hwn fel y cofia rhai darlIenwyr a bosibl a brofwyd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir J. Jebb, and Dr Hood, to be a Council of Supervision for the new Criminal Luna, tic Asylum at Broadmoor, in the county of Hants. The various insurance offices in London have decided to subscribe among themselves 7,0001., to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more essential parts of the furniture in every Asylum. The new State Asylum for Criminal Lunatics now being built at Broadmoor, on Bagshot. Heath, has its boundary walls moved from the vicinity of the house to the foot of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chairman of the 110sr of Dirgectors of Convict Prisons, ras been appointed nember of theb COa cil of Management of Broadmoor Prison, and Captain E. F. Decan' R.E., who has had considerable experience in the Convict Depa Ere1mrS Western Australia, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. C. Buckrnli visitors of Chancery lunatics, together with Dr Meyer, the medical superintendent of the Criminal Lunatic Asylum at Broadmoor, and Dr Helps, the medical superintendent of Bethlehem Hospital, to examine into Townley's state of mind, and to report Subscribers-only content


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