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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ridgmont

    the former manor-house of the Beckerings. Just to the west of Brogborough Hill , at an elevation of 300 ft., is Brogborough P ark Farm , locally known as Brogborough Round House . It is a square brick house with

    Parishes Woughton-on-the-Green

    17th century. Woughton, however, remained with the Greys until certainly the 18th century, and was attached to their manor of Brogborough , Bedfordshire . 103 Several individual references to Wough ton may be noted in accounts of Grey property. In

    Parishes Bow Brickhill

    , 84 as a so-called manor of Bow Brickhill . 85 This younger branch had also held the manor of Brogborough in Ridgmont ( Bedfordshire ), 86 to which Caldecott Mill was deemed appurtenant in the reign of Elizabeth. 87

    Parishes Walton

    the Greys of Ruthyn. 62 The descent of Walton Manor diverges from that of Bletchley in 1524 , when, like Brogborough in Ridgmont , Bedfordshire , it became Crown property. 63 It was annexed to the honour of Ampthill formed

    Parishes Wavendon

    d . 177 In the 18th century it was stated that the abbey lands were held of the royalty of Brogborough , Bedfordshire , belonging about 1630 to members of the Stone family. They conveyed it about 1702 to the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1678, 1-10, 01 July 1678-31 July 1678

    Seabeach 20 8 4 How Bexell [Bexhill ] 10 2 0 Total 56 0 4 Co. Bedford . For Ampthill, Brogborough, etc. 2 0 0 Total 2 0 0 Co. Oxford . Stow woo ds [Stowood ] 50 0 0

    General Index, B, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    harbours slaves subjects Brixham Broad , Roger, examination of Broad Street (London) Brockden , Hen., petition of Brockwell , Hen. Brogborough park Broghill , Lord, see Boyle. Brokers Bromfield , Thos. Bromhead , Mr. Bromley Magna Bromwich , Capt. Fras. Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, August 1660, 01 August 1660-31 August 1660

    Ball, the Queen [Mother's ] Attorney General, on he behalf, touching her claims to the honor and parks of Ampthill, Brogborough, and Beckering, co. Bedford, and the castle, manor, and parks of Kenilworth (" Killingworth ") and Rudfen and Rowington,

    Appendix I, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    Bedchamber, of the fields called Ampthill Great Park in the parishes of Ampthill, Milbrook and Hoton, the fields called Brockborough [Brogborough ] Park and the fields called Beckerings Park, near the parishes of Ridgemont, Stepingley, Lidlington and Milbrook, co. Beds;

    Index of persons and Places, B

    robbery, 229, 274. -, co. Sussex, 178, 179, 281. Brockborough . See Brogborough. Brockett , Richard, coin-clipper, apprehended, 180. Brockhill [? Broghill, co. Antrim ] , 220. Brogborough , co. Bedford, 100. Broghill . See Brockhill. Brokle , Lewis, tenant,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vated farms were announced. The first pifs giuineas end a 50 guin eas eup was awarded to Ar. Chechilsy of Brogborough Round enuose, at RiJ- This was the gift of Lord Charles Russell: anm t prize of 50 guineas was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Budford, clnoihoioijit eltogetleer tWA. ln. 2r., producing £1,184 per axxnaum.-I.o0 . Acomoact Freehold Property, lying in a ritg fence, comturislgo Brogborough Maroor Foorm, including a superior' residenoe, tCvo cols of modern aifaron-hInioling3. and 3SA. i. BP. of hicidy productive lndr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, at the Kennel-at 9 1- half-past 10, The Oakley hounds on Thursday, at Pertenhall turnpike; c' I., Saturday, at Brogborough. . The Pytchley hounds on Wednesday, at Crick; Friday, at , Ashby St. Leger; Saturday, at Nazeby-at a quarter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a second prize. Twelve farms were in competition, and the first prize was won by Mr. lucliard Checkley, of Brogborough, Woburn ; thesecond by Mr. Thomas Crouch, of Boughton-end Farm, Lid- jnigton, Ampthill ; and the judges found the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mr. T. Plowrigbt' junior, of Pinchbeck Hall, Spalding, Lincolnshire. The first prize is won by Mr. Richard Checkley, of Brogborough, Woburn ; the second prize by Mr. Thos. Crouch, of Boughton-end Farm, Lidlington, Ampthill ; and the judges found Subscribers-only content

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