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  • * British History Online *

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    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    le Caret[er ] . (5) by John de le Hoye and Nicholas Langate. (6 8) nil . (9) Thomas de Brocton by Thomas son of Benedict and Thomas de Madocscales. (10) by Edward and Ralph. (11) by Hamon de Lindale

    Kirkby Lonsdale

    and obtain dower in the lands of Richard her husband. Witnesses: William de Furnesio, Michael his son, Sir Richard de Brocton, Michael de Harrington, Ralph de Bethum, knights; Thomas rector of Aldingham. Fragment of seal; Hist. MSS. Com ., Rep.

    Henry VIII, July 1543, 26-31, 01 July 1543-31 July 1543

    belonged to Lylleshull. Also lands (tenants named) in Brocton in the parish of Sutton Madock, Salop, except the tithe barn in Brocton with the croft and moor there; the manor in Brocton aforesaid in tenure of John Lawrence and Isotte

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    (62 p. 489); ii. 712 xv: g. 648 (22, 62). Brockwear (Brockwere) , Glouc, ii. 436. Brocton (Bracton) , Staff., ii. g. 332 (76). Brocton in Baswich (Broketon Ulcier , B. Ulver), Staff., i. g. 716 (12). Brodborne mill ,

    Inquisitions, 1593-4

    the Church of Conde, the manor of Rounde Acton with a tenement and lands in Brocton in the parishes of Rounde Acton, Wenlock and Brocton in co. Salop, the manors of Little Wenlocke and Little Dawley; the manors of Great

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRADOCK, Walter.

    for an unknown constituency. He may have been:CRADOCK, Walter (1584-1657), of Wickhambrook, Suff.b. 1584, 1st s. of Francis Cradock of Brocton, Staffs. and London by Mirabelle, da. of William Byrde of London. educ. Emmanuel, Camb. 1598; I. Temple 1605. unm.This

    CRADOCK, Francis (c.1547-94), of Brocton, nr. Stafford and the Middle Temple, London.

    (c.1547-94), of Brocton, nr. Stafford and the Middle Temple, London. Constituency Dates Stafford 1584 Stafford 1586 Stafford 1589 Stafford 1593 Ofifces Held Recorder, Stafford by 1583. Biography Of a family of wool merchants, Cradock became a lawyer, and his fortunate

    CRADOCK, Matthew (1519/20-90/92), of Stafford.

    the vicinity of Stafford, notably at Brocton, and he was to add to them, chiefly after 1570: he may have built the house, of which only the stone chimneys survive, near the present Brocton Hall. For the subsidy of 1545

    ASTON, Sir Thomas (d.1412/13), of Haywood, Staffs.

    the full extent of her dower now remains unknown.[footnote] Aston’s own estates were considerable, comprising the manors of Haywood and Brocton and numerous rural holdings scattered between Stafford and Walsall. From time to time these were the subject of litigation

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    R. a. 682. See infra, 241. 567. Poor, 45. Brize Norton :—See snpra, 36. —-— Broad%vater. See infra, 275. —— Brocton. See snpra, 68. 98. Broken Cross, in Macclesfield, through Macclesfield Forest to Buxton :—Referred, xxxvii. 541. Bill ordered, 583. Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1720, 5 April 1720

    " the Lands, Tenements, or Hereditaments, of the " said John Talbot, Son of Thomas Talbot aforesaid, in " Longford, Brocton, Chershall, alias Cheshall, Church " Aston, alias Little Aston, alias Aston Parva, Edgmond* " alias Edgmondon, Chetuyne, Whitchurch, Longuevilk; Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1763, 19 March 1763

    be effeftually repaired and widened by the Laws now in being: A nd therefore praying, that the faid Road through Brocton may be taken in, and added to the faid Bill, in fuch Manner, and under fuch Regulations, as to Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1768, 1 February 1768

    all other the Common Brewers rending out of the Limits of the Weekly Bills of Mortality, is referred. and from Brocton, to the Turnpike Road at Minjterly, in the feveral Counties of Salop, Radnor, and Montgo¬ mery : And the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 24 March 1784

    Geneva, manufactured by him; to lie on the Table; 18 Feb. Bifliop's Cafile, and Montgomery Roads to Weftbury, and from Brocton to Minifterley, Petition for a Bill to continue, alter, and enlarge Term and Powers of Act, and for repairing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie foss him ia the Town-hal I to-day.-Ver dict---Accddlital Dlee. 7t. The following ctrcomsttce lately eccured at MfNr. G. Knock's Brocton Farm, at Clierioe-tteeti:-Aboutltinhe o'clock, M rs. K. beiao in the kitchen, heard a slighlt nuisc in the children's bed- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?§Portblq. TE-SVINIOAL, TO PAUL MOnRaY, lIlE ClIESS-PLAYER.- The bril.liret career Of Our distioguisiced countrymnan, Mlr. Paul Islorphry, whose services to the Cause Of chess 0.n liar-diy he over- eotilrraa I. `tclonilg to d~oes-or Some national recognition, his tiris orereuis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Te.etenlows. TILE UNITED P&CK.-At Ten, Tlisdi Y ..... Dec. 14 .. . Cwnoia Wood. Friday ...... 17 . . Brocton. Tuesday ..... 21 . Pont-y-frydd. Barnton is reported to be let to the Sivaleliffs Stud for the ternt of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aof thenty one days. MADELRtY. SnOOscawG AND. ]FATAL AcOCDENT. - Oa Titeodey evening, Thrmaia Brooks, vaggoner to Mr. Midere of Brocton, called at the Cuckoo Oak Ion. He bad in charge his master's team and wag. gee), with a load Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pritchard, Esq., M.P.-Class 3. Two-yeur-old Steer: lst prize, J. Merideth, Underton.- Class 4. Yearling Steer: 1st prize, Mir. J. Merre, Brocton; 2nd ditto.-Class' 5. Two-year-old Heifers: 1st prize, Mr. Richards, Cound; 2nd, J. Pritchard, Esq., M.P. -Class 6. Yearling Heifer: Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Quarterly extracts, & c. & c. no. 58, 1800

    Esq 1, Kennington row, Kennington common G Fmden Esq 25-1- High st. Borough Fnend, Belvidere-road Friend „ Thomas Gabriel Esq Brocton rise James Gflatly, Esq London-road Mrs Gillham , 2 Union st Borough B Gompertz, Esq 1, Kennington ter Upper Subscribers-only content

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