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  • * British History Online *

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    Book 2, 1680

    Lamburne filius Thome de Brill in Com Bucks yeom pon se Roberto Hedges de Billingsgate Carpentar pro 7 ann. Thomas Brockwell Magro. October 5 th Abraham Daniell filius Johis. nuper de Ware in Com Hertford Husbandman pon se Apprenticum Ellis

    Entry Book, August 1680, 11-20, 01 August 1680-31 August 1680

    Miller, Henry Hudson, John Tayler, Solomon Summers and Peter Brockwell; 28 May 20 l . to said Miller; 17 June 20 l . to said Miller, Hudson, Taylor, Sumers and Brockwell; 17 July 20 l . to said Miller. Treasury

    Book 1, 1660

    octobr: 1660. 6 Johannes Bourne filius Edmundi Bourne de Epsome in Com: Surrey yeoman per Indram po: se appren Thome Brockwell de hoglane pro 7 annis a primo die Novembr: tunc prox sequen dat inde. 7 Robertus Ayres filius Roberti

    Minute Book, February 1676, 01 February 1676-28 February 1676

    [Same from ] Mris. Carlisle. My Lord Treasurer to be minded of doing something for her. [Same from Mr. ] Brockwell. [ Ordered : ] Mr. Griffin to be spoken with [concerning it ] . [Same from ] George Clerk.

    Entry Book, July 1688, 21-31, 21 July 1688-31 July 1688

    Temple, all esqrs.: Joseph Garthwayt of the Middle Temple, Richd. Jobber of the Inner Temple, Edwd. Lloyd of Westminster, Charles Brockwell of London, gentlemen. For cos. Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge and the Isle of Ely . Sir James Johnston, kt., Rob.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Withington

    is perhaps that Brockwell End was a post-Conquest extension of the village, made in connexion with the formation of a new group of open fields in the part of the parish east of the Coln. The name Brockwell End went

    Parishes Walkern

    returns of 1786, consisting of 3 a. 1 r. 31 p., known as Cadcroft Field, and 1 a. known as Brockwell Shot, in Walkern , of the annu al rental value of £6. Unknown donor No. 2, consisting of 1

    Index A - Z

    society, 173 inns, 172-3 nonconformity, 186 park, 167-9, 171, 176 reading room, 173, 187 school, 187 settlement, 170-1 trades, 182-3 Brockwell End , see Withington Bromflete : Edw., 222 Joan, see Raleigh Brooke (Brook): Hen., 254, 270 Hugh of, 84

    Parishes Garsington

    College 's tenant in the South End fields were still divided equally between the three fields, now called Blindwell , Brockwell , and Brownleys fields. 342 Terriers in the earlier 18th century also show that there was certainly not a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slightly; Capt. and AdJutant Keevill, slightly; ient. Chadwvicke, severely; Lient. Coyle, slightly; Lieut. Jackson, slightly; Second.Lieut. C. Chadwicke, severely; Second-Lieut. Brockwell, sligzhtly, Volunteer O'Brien, severely; and Second-Lieut. M'Intosli, slightly. ith Regiment-CoL. Tupper, dar, gerously; Capt. Richardson, slightly; Capt. Wood, slightly; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Service at St. Mary's Church, Mrs. Henry Suns de, AlIday, Mrs. C. B. Snapp, Joseph Ledbam, Esq., Mrs. Wedue ne. Brockwell; clothing, flowera. and grapes from Miss Elodg- W45' me kis, left-off vwearing apparel from Dr. Monillot; old linen W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very little advantage. The weather was very I dull, and the attendance extremely meagre. ESSEX.--iIseT es A. P. Locas P Brockwell b Bowley......... 31 ii. G. Owen b Bowley.............. . 6 C. D. Buxton e Fielding b Rowley ........ . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..0 I Bowley .....23 ... 11.... 2..... 7 3 ..o...w......2....22.... 0 Lohinana . 37.... 14....68. 3 Ilowl~y .... 2.S?....19....24. 1 Brockwell... 5.... 0....17.1.... Sharpe ......19-3.... 8 . 31 . 5...b i Lockwood .... 4 _..I.. 8..0.. f, V. W.kteadL....3.... 0...I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spectators were on the ground. I The gains was continued at half-past eleven, the 8 Surrey innings being commenced by Brockwell and V Maurice Ren,,d, and tisc Gloucestershire. bowling being L shred by Woof and Roberts. A terribly bad start Subscribers-only content


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