skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: Brokenborough

Found 121 matches across 7 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    25 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Brokenborough

    a separate parish called Brokenborough Within, and from then the remainder of Brokenborough parish was called Brokenborough Without. In 1897 Brokenborough Within was merged with Westport St. Mary Within, and Brokenborough Without was again called Brokenborough . 34 A further

    Parishes Bremilham

    a. Three of the detached portions, Brokenborough field and two fields called Hankerton Corner, a total of 97 a., were virtually encompassed by Brokenborough ; the other two, New leaze, 5 a. SSE. of Brokenborough field, and 8 a. called

    List of maps

    19th, and, on the maps of Brokenborough and of Malmesbury boundaries, from later Ordnance Survey maps. PAGE Malmesbury Hundred c . 1840 4 Brinkworth , 1841, based on the tithe award map 14 Brokenborough , 1840, based on the tithe

    Parishes Westport

    fields north and north-west of the town were transferred from Westport to Brokenborough . Between 1882 and 1884 one of the detached areas of Westport was transferred to Brokenborough and five were transferred to Malmesbury , small exchanges were made

    Introduction

    , and Brinkworth , there is little evidence of inclosure. Where there is evidence of a large group, as for Brokenborough , Charlton , and Hullavington , the fields can be seen to have been inclosed at first piecemeal, afterwards

  • * The History of Parliament *

    6 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    KING, Matthew (by 1520-66 or later), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    1552 and on lands worth £20 in 1560. At the end of Henry VIII’s reign King acquired property in Burton, Brokenborough, Malmesbury, Milbourne and Thornhill, and in 1552 he received the manor of Througham, Gloucestershire, with lands there and at

    GILBERT, Robert II, of Gloucester.

    Commr. of inquiry, Glos. Sept. 1412 (the death of Thomas Compton at Gloucester), Nov. 1421 (ownership of the manor of Brokenborough); array May 1418; to treat for royal loans Nov. 1419, Jan. 1420; of gaol delivery, Gloucester castle Sept. 1424;

    GREYNDORE, Robert (d.1443), of Clearwell castle in Newland, Glos.

    GREYNDORE, Robert (d.1443), of Clearwell castle in Newland, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1417 Gloucestershire 1420 Gloucestershire 1426 Gloucestershire 1433 Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Glos. Dec. 1417; array May 1418, Mar. 1419, Jan. 1436; to raise royal loans Jan.

    MILLE (MULLE), Thomas (d.1422), of Traymill, Devon, and Harescombe, Glos.

    MILLE (MULLE), Thomas (d.1422), of Traymill, Devon, and Harescombe, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1407 Gloucestershire 1411 Ofifces Held J.p. Herefs. 2 Mar. 1399-July 1419, Glos. 8 Mar. 1404-d. Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Hereford castle Apr. 1399; oyer

    STUMPE, William (by 1498-1552), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    on an earlier grant by Monoux. Two further actions in Chancery, brought against Stumpe by evicted copyholders at Brinkworth and Brokenborough, suggest that as a landlord he displayed the harshness attributed to so many of the newly rich, while the

  • * British History Online * *

    8 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Warrants etc, June 1701, 16-30, 16 June 1701-30 June 1701

    in returning taxes into the Exchequer. Reference Book VII , p. 422. Same to same of the petition of Samuell Brokenborough who for 14 years was principal cashier under Sir Charles Duncombe, Cashier of Excise: praying a grant of Mr.

    Index, B

    towards defence of King of Bohemia within parishes in hundred of, 125, 137. constable of. See Westwood, Jonas. Brockenbrough. See Brokenborough. Brockman , Mr [? Henry Brokman, of Newington and Cheriton ] , co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000,

    Index of persons and Places, B

    John, a page of Honour to Queen Mary, 401. Brodick (Broderick), Alan (Allan), Solicitor General of Ireland, 88, 310, 318. Brokenborough , Samuell, principal cashier under cashier of Excise, petition of, 292. Bromfeild , French, Receiver General of Assessments and

    Index, U,Z

    Dorothy, Jane and Anne, daughters of the same, 524. -, Henry, 365. -, John, gent., 552. -, -, -, of Brokenborough, 314. -, - (son of Robert), yeoman of the crown, 57. -, Owen, son of lord de la Warre, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, December 1545, 26-31, 01 December 1545-31 December 1545

    8 d ., of the manor of Whytchurche cum Mylborne, Wilts, with tithes pertaining to it in Whytchurche, Mylborne and Brokenborough, Wilts., and leased with it to John Adye, Alice his wife and Agnes and Margaret their daughters, twelve cartloads

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

    2 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Robert Latymer, 0/0/1606

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 105377 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Latymer Forename Robert Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1606 Office/Status Curate Location Brokenborough// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, Bishop's Transcripts (Bishops' Transcripts) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cotton, Henry/Salisbury 1598- 1615 Comment

    Johannes Reeves, 19/12/1714

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 27122 Linked to person: Reeves, John 1714-1714 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Reeves Forename Johannes Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 19/12/1714 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

    16 results from this resource, ordered by date. View more View all

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and its' vicinity. Your obedient servant, _______ _ _.B_ POISONED BY A CHRISTMAS DINNER, The family of Mr. Lloyd., farmer, Brokenborough, ,ea, Malinesbury,' wore on Thursday poisobed thrrugh eating deleterious roots in their Christmas dinner. bMr. Llosd, his wife, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Winohester; a scheme by the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol for the separation of the choapeiries of Chariton and Brokenborough from tho parish of Westport St. Mary, Wilt- 1 shire, and their constitution into a separate ecclesiastical parisah; acd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uris In-tbs occupation of Mr. W. L. Williams. A Mesaofia', Cottage, or Tene- ment and Premises, and Garden, situate. at Brokenborough. in the' county of Wilts, tand late the property of the Reverend Johnz William ID Biedermann, deceased.-Printedgarstlcularmt and conditions Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the orets pgtion of Mr. W. L. Williame. A Messuage, Co~ttge, or Tene- ment and Premisre, and Garden, eituato at Brokenborough, in the county of Wilts, and late the property of the Reverend John Biedermann, deceerted.-Pripted partictulrs and condi'ions of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the parish of Huyton, Lancashire. The Rev. A. J. Church to the curacies of Westport St. Mary, Charlton and Brokenborough, Wilts. The Rev. J. N. Fowler to the incumbency of Skerne, Yorkshire. The Rev. J. W. C. Hughes to Subscribers-only content

Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item

Donations

As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.