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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    peninsula there were the manors of Sutton in Wirral (including lands in the parish of Bromborough ), of Bromborough (including lands and rents in Bromborough , Bebington , Eastham , and Plymyard) and of Irby (including lands and rents in

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    , Chester D. C . Williams , Esq., Chester S. Rhys Williams , Esq., Chester F. J. Windsor , Esq., Bromborough Major G. F. Woollard , Tattenhall Altrincham History Society Associated Octel Co. Ltd., Ellesmere Port Belton Cheese Ltd. BICC

    Religious houses Introduction CHESHIRE RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    hermitage by the king. 27 Chartulary of Chester Abbey , i (Chetham Soc. N.S. lxxix), p. xv. The monasteries of Bromborough ( T. Tanner , Notitia Monastica , ed. J. Nasmith , Cheshire V) and St. Michael 's, Chester (

    The parish of Flixton

    Field , Derbyshire , 1843; died 1862. Exchanged Flixton for the rectory of Trusham , Devon . Previously incumbent of Bromborough , 1850; and rector of Trusham 1860. Exchanged for Cheselbourne , Dorset , in 1873 . Rector of Cheselbourne

    Chester Cathedral

    dean and prebendaries to allot amongst themselves most of the livings at their disposal, which included the perpetual curacies of Bromborough and Shotwick , the vicarages of St. Oswald's, Eastham , and Neston , and the rectories of Coddington ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adopted by other countries. On Monday afternoon a youth named Job Yearsley was walking under h banlc of sand, near Bromborough, Chesllire, when it sudlenly gavo way, burying tme mu- fortunato youth beneath it. When resessed be was quite dead. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a clergymnnr'S fetrilily, itn a smilit v coertny 1purishI Glructcn-steobeirr asee iist under 25.-Addres, lfra. B. Baroferdt jum., ililby 1Hfall, Bromborough, Blrkelliciad. cl404 OOW; (good) herined, for Lesmnlegton age 30; able to urdertake cJ dilrineg roolu hsill stelr., and lioeull Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earl of Sefton's Scholar Mr. Paterson's Podargus bt El. of Haddington's Herm the Hunter Mr. Stone's Sepoy beat Mr. Brocklebank's Bromborough Mr. Paterson's Pion beat Mr. Swinburne's Sir Donald Mr. Houlker's Hemlock beat Mr. Abbott's Antwerp Mr. Gibson's Glenbruach beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of MIr. J. G. Bul, of the firm e! Harrison and Co., oil merchants, Liverpool and acts resides at Bromborough, Chleslire, died duringf Sunads night from the effects of a revolver accident. Mr. Pull' who was 23, was trying Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ylesbury, Whimple, Exeter,; . A. Beck, Weelshpool; C. II. Beck, MIacclesfield J. Bissell, Birmingham S. ])oddingtou, Birmingham; F. W. 11ain, Bromborough; W. KR. Bryden, Buxton; P. Bullock, 11Yolvelliatsptolt; J. L. Buller, North Devon; A. L. Chance, Birmsinghatm ; R?. Chapman, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAINWARING, George (1642-95), of Chester.

    did not stand again. He died on 14 Aug. 1695, and was buried at Holy Trinity, Chester. His son inherited Bromborough from the Bradshaws; but as country gentlemen this branch shared the general parliamentary eclipse of the Cheshire Mainwarings in

    BAVAND, Richard (d.1603), of Chester.

    with property, for the most part in Chester but including a messuage on the Isle of Man, the manor of Bromborough, which he held in fee farm, and lands at Hanbridge and Claverton that came to him from his wife.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1661, 01 May 1661-31 May 1661

    of divers small dispersed rents belonging to the several dissolved monastries and priories of Cockersand, Romsgrove, in co. Lancs. [? Bromborough. co. Cheshire ] ; Wigmore, in co. Salop [Hereford ] , and priories of Birkenhead, & c., in co.

    Cases before the Committee, August 1646, 01 August 1646-31 August 1646

    his composition. 4 207 5 July. The parishioners of Bromborough, co. Chester, plead that the Committee for Plundered Ministers granted them 50 l . a year from Penruddock's estate [in Bromborough Rectory ] for their minister, who has no other Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    Bourke, Theobald, third Lord Bourke, Baron of Brittas. Broken Heys , Oxford, market that ought to be kept at Brolis Bromborough (Brombrough), Cheshire, Monmouth going to Brome , Lawrence, letters to Bromfield , Sir Edward, on jury at Surrey assizes Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons

    198; Rich. 33, 123. 124; Tho. 89, 91; Wm., knt. 185 Brokes , John, 32 Brokwell , Alice, 209, 217 Bromborough , Hy. j . 26 Bromesgrave , John, 209, 217 Broughton , John, j . 8 Broun , John,


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