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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rowner

    have been bought by the War Office for the land defences of Portsmouth , and the forts of Rowner , Brockhurst , and Grange , now obsolete and turned into barracks, lie to the east and south of the parish.

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    official trustees. The Thorngate Almshouses at Brockhurst :- Thorngate Charity No. 1- By deed dated 6 March, 1866 , John Batty Thorngate and William Thorngate conveyed to trustees a piece of land at Brockhurst , upon which ten almshouses had

    Lesser Poston

    was reckoned at 3 yardlands. 25 Flax or hemp may have been grown there. 26 A large wood, probably called Brockhurst , seems to have occupied the township's southern end; 27 it was cleared before the 19th century. 28 In

    Parishes Southam

    of Warwick 1 each. 84 Soon after this an unspecified part was in the hands of the Brockhurst and Packwood families, 85 Thomas Brockhurst holding manorial rights in 1750 , and Mary Packwood in 1762 . 86 By 1850 the

    Walsall Public services

    the widespread keeping of pigs in crowded parts of the town as an evil. 50 In 1882 the corporation bought Brockhurst farm on the Wednesbury boundary and in 1884 opened a sewage farm there. 51 A new works was completed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Munden, in the county of Hertford. Fearless in matrimo- nial speculation, her first adventure was with a London merchant named Brockhurst, " who dealt with the Italians for kersies and fine cloths." Death soon severed that companionship, her husband and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Mr Dodd had dined In the tall, and was proceeding to his rooms when he was accosted by Hr Brockhurst, who said, " What explaniatior can you give of what you have said about me ? Do you call Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present before us, and it is one of self-evident justice and policy. TIE CAMBRIDGE HORSEWHIPPING CASE. The Rev. J. S. Brockhurst, of Emmanuel College, Cam- bridge, writes a book against the admission of Jews to the Legislature. He dines with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7. Netley S. Portsmouth, Gosport, Portsea, Bilsea, Tip- ner, Southsea Castle, Lumps Fort, Haslar, Vorts Cumberland, I Ionckton, Elson, l1'ouner, Brockhurst, G range, Gomer, Blockhouse, Brown- down, Gilkicker, and Fa reham, Ports- , Iown Hill, Priddy's 9. tard,MilitaryPaioo 9. Iischester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8. Gosport, Haslar, Mili- Golden Hill, Fort tery Hospitals, Forts Victoria, & Western Monckton, Elson, Forts, Isle of Wight. Roswner, Brockhurst, 13. Puckpool, Isle of Grasge, Goiner, Wight. WESTERN DISTRICT. Control Office. 6 George street, Devonport. Tenders to be received Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUFFIELD, Thomas (1492/93-1579), of East Grinstead, Suss.

    his servant. Later he leased a house in the town and some of the lands called Harwardes or Harwoods and Brockhurst which had belonged to the fraternity of St. Catherine there: he also held the manor of Rowsese, which he

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