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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Forton

    Lickberg, Adam son of Swain de Cabus and others were benefactors; ibid. 344, & c. The field-names include Aldusbrook, Bagehurst, Brockhole , Dunesmoor, (H)Eskhow brook, Eskhowleyhurst, Greenriggs , Grimshead, Gafsuinescinkel or Grafsuunkil, Hervihead, Langwath ford (on the Cocker ), Llnthwaite

    Townships Billington

    his lands in Billington and Chippingdale to feoffees in 1383 , and was probably father of John Braddyll of ' Brockhole ,' who settled his estates upon his son John at the latter's marriage in December 1411 to Margaret daughter

    Medieval Colchester Townspeople Origins of Freemen, 1327-1499

    have come from St. Osyth's, married Margery, daughter of Sir Geoffrey Brockhole and Helen de Roos through whom his son John inherited a moiety of the manors of Brockhole 's in Radwinter and Giffard's in Great Sampford . 20 Thomas

    Hampstead Economic History

    a., both with glasshouses. 76 Woods. In 1312 six demesne woods were listed ( Northwood , Nuthurst , Sheppenbrighull, Whitebirch, Brockhole , and Timberhurst). It was estimated that from them and from the hedges enclosing fields an average of 8,000

    Townships Claughton

    Margaret widow of the former Roger was living in 1465 , but seems to have been dead in 1466 ; Brockhole . D. Thomas Brockas holes and Roger his son in 1474 granted Galgate House , Walgrefe Close and Herldonsoe

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary

    of meadow, and 12 a . of pasture in Lancaster, Preston in Amondernes, Broughton, Inghoo [ Ingole ] , and Brockhole. The deforciants acknowledged the said third part to be the right of George, for which George and James granted

    Lancashire Fines, 4-6 Philip and Mary

    . of meadow, 12 a . of pasture in Lancaster, Preston in Amoundernes, Broughton, Inghoo [ Ingole ] , and Brockhole . . . 6 The deforciants acknowledged the said third part to be the right of George, for which

    Index of places, A-J

    . Brightsyde , 81. Brockhole , 3. als . Brokeholes, 190. Brockhowse , 203. Brodesworth , 78. Brodesworthe , 31, 56. Brodisworth , 83, 165. Brodsworth , 101. Broghton , 102, 153. Brokeholes als . Brockhole , 190. Bromeflete ,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1583, 01 January 1583-31 December 1583

    the water of Osa, also the tithes in grabs, grain, and hay, and ten shillings rent in Draxe, Langarett, Newland, Brockhole, Sharphill, and Howden als . Hoveden. Thomas Smyth als . Thorppe Thomas Norcliffe, gent., Marmaduke Speyght, Edward Barbar, junr.,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1593, 01 January 1593-31 December 1593

    during the life of Alice . Martin Frobisher, kt. Edward Wilde, gent. 2 messuages with lands in Brokeholes als . Brockhole, Brampton, and Cantley. A Warrant against the heirs of Richard Wilde , the brother, and William Wilde , the

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.1147

    : fieldname Spelling modernised.Brockhole Bank (Brockhole Banke) : fieldname Spelling modernised.Broughton (Broughtonne) : chapelry The Eyes (The Eyes, The Eies) : fieldname The Mill Fields (The Milne Feldes, Mylne Feldes) : fieldname Spelling modernised.Brockhole Green (Brockhole Grene) : fieldname Spelling

    CP.E.195

    WilliamBrampton [Brampton] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: Cantley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cantley (Cantelay) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Cantley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Brockhole (Brokholes) : forest Location: Cantley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Cantley (Cantelay, Cantlay) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Adwick Le Street (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .- ! . ' ' ' 'J1EOMST DEMONSTFATION AT LH--$Y. ZEECH BY TES DUE OF DEVONSE. a ro LXE$3 FR.OMj LORD SAMUY AND . M} CaM::L M Leteeigseg l nt nidemosrino gaie - e 0iat by the isberal Uniobit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THJE COM)IR1IOCIAL SALE 110OMS. SALE OF DRUnGIST'S FIXTIi t ES, WVII'I A PORTION OF y: IIOUSEIIol~i) FURN ITURIE AN) EFFECTS. Messrs. IIEI-'PERZ and 1IARKEIR will SILL BY AUCTION. on 'ss~i~Jl Tef~ifa hi Commercial Sale Rooms, stcine'a-buildingq. Leeda, AQuantity of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4~- -_F N U 4' if ~S'T'R AT IO N n ES I ~ons0PLT-fl4" ltl'.Tlt0t p. qfiit t' on, artL area not on the Ti-it - ~ 'o- t t AlloFoo It .ttoo, W.iorntool it t . JI I-no., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2SSE~ T. g. tp. S. 1 T. . X I T R, lat With- -XDR lat with.Q¢,dS S 50oti. e Meessr. Hdutton aud Son9s. r~~~~- , F 233iii Leeda Old Auction Rooms i3, Albion-street -e On Dt~oryr Sale of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on several occasions subsequently inquiries have bees of made by her relatives, but no traces could be found fter leaviag Brockhole slation. The medical evidence of adduced at the inquest and the descripicon giveim by the let mullt Woodlsad and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Extracts from Lord Chief Justice Hale., 1840

    taken at any time, and sometimes none. That till about forty years ago, the defendant and the prior owners of Brockhole 's mill had always had a brushwood weir across the river Bibble near the mill; and he shewed by Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from Lord Chief Justice Hale., 1840

    shewing that the defendant and those under whom he claimed had a right to erect and preserve a weir at Brockhole 's : or whether there were any encroachment on the plaintiff's right by the alteration made 40 years ago Subscribers-only content

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