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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eyford

    of the fields suggest that most of them had until recently been uninclosed land, either pasture or park-land and warren. Brockhill Barn in the south-west corner of the parish, which existed in 1760 , 90 may mark the site of

    Parishes Shelsley Beauchamp

    pleasantly situated near the east bank of the Teme, and to the north of it is an old tithe barn. Brockhill Farm, about half a mile north of the church, is a brick house of two stories with an attic,

    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    Ryding, Doles Heath or Charleton Heath , and King's Enham Heath , Cow Down , Rushmer Down , Southdown and Brockhill -of which there is no mention by name in the patent roll of the reign of Edward VI .

    Parishes Naunton

    there were still builders and slaters in Naunton in the early 20th century several of the quarries had closed. 254 Brockhill Quarry, on the east side of the parish, was in use until the 1950's, and in 1962 Huntsman's Quarry

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first mile was . run. The course was then over the Batobley Fields, - crossing Salter's Lane, then into the Brockhill 'Fields to the back of the Birchensale Farm, and home by tae Batchley Fields. This course run twice made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE MITCHELL-CORBETT FIGHT. A Dalziel's telegram from XNow York says the principal conditions between these men have now been agreed upon. The gloves will be the sratiilest that the law allows to be used. The club in whose building Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning, shortly after four o'clock, a series as f accidents happened on the London and North-Western or Railway, en the Brockhill incline, about a mile to the aornorth of Weedon Station, which were very nearly being attended by most disastrous Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leyland, Stormont Castle; Mayor of Belfast, Mrs., and the Misses Lewis, Nettlefield; Mrs., the Misses, and Mr. W. H. Lyons, Brockhill; lr. and Mrs. Liddell, 'Belfast; Mr. W. H. Lizars, a, do.; Mr. and Mrs. D. Leonard, do.; Col. Leslie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ye reconciled to God." At tthe conclusion of theservice a coilectioe was taken up by Messrs. James Watson, DL., of Brockhill; J. J.. Wake. field. Jonathan Richardson, of Ingram, and David Beatty. About _U' evas collected. Yester. day special service Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 January 1711, 18 January 1712

    Friday the Fifteenth Day of February next, at Eleven a Clock. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Brockhill ^ewi>urg'J ancJ Brockhill Perrot Efquires, from a De¬ cree and Order made in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, the Sixteenth Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1711, 10 March 1712

    The Houfe being moved, "¦ That a Day may be ap¬ pointed for hearing ihe Caufe wherein Brockhill New- Epus. Sarum. burgh and Brockhill Perrot Efquires are Appellants, Epus. Bangor. Van Hom- righ's Bil*. lord Mohun verfies Minfliull. DuloeVica- rage, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1711, 24 March 1712

    of this Houfe, of the TenthNt " Inftant, Wednefday next is appointed for hearing the 41 Caufe wherein Brockhill Newburgh and Brockhill Per- " rot Efquires are Appellants, and the Petitioner is " Refpondeiit; and praying, that the faid Hearing Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1712, 1 April 1712

    according to the Prayer of the faid Pe¬ tition. After hearing Counfel upon the Petition and Appeal of Brockhill Newburgh and Brockhill Perrot Efquires, from feveral Orders made in the Court of Exchequer ia Ireland, the Sixteenth and Nineteenth Days Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1715, 13 May 1715

    Appellant was Plain¬ tiff, and Brockhill New burgh Efquire Defendant; pray¬ ing, " That the faid Decree may be reverfed:" It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament affembled, That the faid Brockhill Newburgh may have a Subscribers-only content

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