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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Childerley Manors

    three of its walls, over partly restored wainscot, a painted upper frieze of 'antick' work. The arms of Cutts and Brocket date it to c . 1610. The lower painting with its heavy, curving foliage was probably added in the

    Townships Cleveley

    William Studdert Kennedy, M.A. 29 (T.C.D.) 1879 John Bickerdike, M.A. 30 ( Trinity Coll ., Camb .) 1892 Charles Sherard Brocket Spooner, B.A. (Oxf.) The Census Rep . 1901 gives 604 acres, including 8 of inland water. A detached portion

    Spelthorne Hundred Ashford Westminster Abbey

    first widowhood, the manor passed to her brother, Abraham Nelson , and that his widow Susanna, a daughter of Sir Brocket Spencer, 26 held it after his death. 27 She died in 1712 , when, according to the same deed,

    Spelthorne Hundred Feltham Cottington

    over Feltham together with the manor of Kempton in 1651 , and conveyed them with the latter manor to Sir Brocket Spencer and William Muschamp. 33 It seems probable that the manorial rights over Feltham died out about the end

    Parishes Sandridge

    her attainder in 1539 it passed to the crown, and was granted in 1543 to John Brocket and others. 78 It remained in the Brocket family until 1598, 79 and afterwards passed, probably in the same way as the manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PAINFUL OCCURRENCE IN HIGH LIFE. About half-past seven o'clock on Monday evening, a carriage and four drove down Parliament-street at so rapid a rate as to attract general dotice. As it came to the Admiralty, a lady put her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but a few yards from the shore, when the boat upset, and the workman. (Hartey) and one of the sailors (Brocket) were drowned. The others -vere enabled to swim ashore, and,procuring another boat, nrade si ineffectual'search after their unfortunate companions, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dublin contest has cost the temporary members, Messrs Hamilton and West, 40,000L - Lord Melbourne left town this afternoon for Brocket hall, where his lordship wvill spend the greater part of the short recess.- Globe. - The health of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Pansanger, Herts, to honour the Earl and Countess Cowper with a visit. The royal party proceeded on Friday to Brocket hall, the seat of Lord ddelbourne, returned to Pansanger to dinner, and re- mained there until Saturday morning, when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Beauvale, who were staying with him at the time. Viscount and Viscountess Palmerston, being 0 town, instantly departed for Brocket. His Lordship has since continued to improve. An inquest, on Saturday, was held at Epsoin, on the lady of Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. The martyrdome of George Tankerfield Martyr.

    martyrdome at Saynt Albons.IN primis, he was brought vnto S. Albons, by the high Shiriffe of Hereford Shyre, M Edw. Brocket Esquire and one Pulter of Hitchen which was vnder Shiriffe.Item theyr Inne was the crosse keyes whereas there was

 

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