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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Bleasdale

    the source of Calder south to Ulvesty, thence to the summit of Parlick , down Mereclough to the Brock , down die Brock to Wensnape, thence up to Stogesthol and to Senesty, thence going down to the Calder and up

    Parishes Chesterton

    Robert de Brock , who died in 1242 , when custody of his heir (his son Robert) was granted to the Abbot of Evesham . 57 On the death of this Robert in 1264 without issue the Brock estates seem

    Ashington Manors

    Broadwater . 54 In 1242 Ranulph de Brock held 2 knight's fees in Buncton and elsewhere. 55 Niel de Brock was dealing with the manor in 1278 -9, 56 and Thurstan de Brock held land at Buncton in 1291 .

    Townships Bilsborrow

    the township north-westward, and passing into Claughton by Higher Brock new bridge. The London and North-Western Railway 's main line runs across the western end, and has a station named Brock 2 on the boundary of this township and Claughton

    Albourne Church

    Common and Twineham . 63 The advowson evidently descended with the manor until the later 13th century, when Thurstan de Brock (fl. 1291-6 ) sold it to the bishop of Chichester ; in 1295 the bishop conveyed it to the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4letol0mcm ( 41wti,?ig. 77) (I CYFARFODYDD MISOL. S HENADURIAETH SIR GAER, &c., yri Wrexham, Tach. 9fed. Cymedrolwr, Parch. 'W. Williams. Gar mai .hwn oedd Presbytery olaf y flwyddyn hlon, dewiswyd 1 swyddogion. Y ewestiwn pa un ai cymedrolwr am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d ~iis, Aberdar; Mrs. W"atcyn Wyn, Mrs. Towyn d Joaes, Mlrs. Phillips a Mrs. Herbert, Caerfyrddin; tj Mrs. Parry, AMiss Brock, Mrs. Freeman, Mi's. di ReesO, Mrs. J. M. Saunders, a Miss billie J. Davies, d AIsertlare. - Fel y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it accordingly to all, but more especially to our youthful Readers. QUERuY BY A CORRtStPONDENT.-Why has the execu- tion of Brock and his asqociates (who received centence of dealh soot time since for beingi concerned in that horrible traffic ia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leave Was5 given to Sir Samuele to bring in bis Bill. Tl;E BLOOD CONSPIRATORS. Dr- Pn1ILL13roE noticed the case of Brock, Pelham, and Power, who had received as free pardcoii, after hasing beer found guilty f seducing three Unfortunate Irishmen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMHINER. LOxDON, NIAm11 2. NOT111SG further is said to be in thle Paris p'apers re I" ing the alleged attack on the Duke of- WVLLIo3TON ftlie deed their complete silence is remarkable; acd th'at r, ministerial papers on Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROCK, William (1566-1611), of the Inner Temple, London and Longwood, Hants.

    BROCK, William (1566-1611), of the Inner Temple, London and Longwood, Hants. Constituency Dates Chester 1597 Ofifces Held Alderman, Chester 1603; bencher, I. Temple 1605, Autumn reader 1608. Biography Brock was a practising lawyer, elected to Parliament for Chester shortly after

    HOLCROFT, Sir John (by 1498-1560), of Holcroft, Lancs.

    HOLCROFT, Sir John (by 1498-1560), of Holcroft, Lancs. Constituency Dates Lancashire Nov. 1554 Lancashire 1558 Ofifces Held J.p. Cheshire 1539-47, Lancs. by 1541-d.; jt. (with bro. Sir Thomas) receiver, lands formerly of Lenton priory, Notts. 1540-5; sheriff, Lancs. 1537-8,

 

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