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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Holdgate HOLDGATE , SHIPTON , AND STANTON LONG c. 1800

    than the Brookhampton ones. Except for the 'farm at the wood' the Holdgate farms, including the demesne, had as much arable as pasture. At Brookhampton , however, the farmers had considerably more arable than pasture. 60 At Brookhampton a three-year

    Parishes Kineton with Combrook

    , and Brookhampton ; 73 and in 1231 it is definitely called a quarter-fee in BROOKHAMPTON . 74 Ralph died in 1232 75 and his nephew Henry de Trublevill had livery of his lands in Combrook and Brookhampton in 1233

    Parishes Stadhampton

    for civil purposes by the addition of Chislehampton , and Ascot , formerly in Great Milton parish, and Brookhampton , formerly in Newington parish and the hundred of Ewelme . 2 The northern boundary of the ancient parish of Stadhampton

    Parishes Ickleton

    as Brookhampton ; the surviving part of the road is called Brookhampton Street , the bridge was Brookhampton Bridge , Brookhampton closes lay north of the stream, and the r oad running west was called the highway from Brookhampton .

    Abdon ABDON c. 1800

    the lower edge of Abd on common, gave access to the common for the 'strakers' (commoners) of Holdgate 26 and Brookhampton ; they came through Earnstrey park 27 and probably joined a road to Marsh gate from Ashfield . A

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, March 1650, 01 March 1650-31 March 1650

    John Arden, tenant of Wm. Gage, begs an order staying the County Committee from felling timber on the land in Brookhampton. 63 499 14 Oct. The County Committee of Hereford to report in 14 d ays their reasons for felling Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    22), 842, 951; ii. 775 (ff. 26, 75). Brokeburgh , Beds. See Brogboro. Brokefeld , Lanc. See Brookfield. Brokehampton. See Brookhampton. Brokeholden , Thos., ii. g. 648 (38, 62 p. 348). Brokeholles , Cumb. See Brockholes. Brokehurste , Warw. See

    Index, B, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Brocket Edw., I. g. 802 (22) II. g. 449 (64). -, John, I. 832 (p. 467) : g. 981 (95). Brookhampton (Brokehampton), Dors., I. g. 802 (63). Brocklesby (Brokelesby, Brokelsbye), Robt., II. 231 (p. 120) : g. 327 (17), 449

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HnnEFOP~nsnuw.-Colone1 P-. H1arrison, of Kynaston, neaF' Boss; B.: Robinson, Beq., The Moor, near Kington L J. B. B. Sutley, Esq., Brookhampton. LEIC8TBERS11,-H. L. P. oeek, Esq., Straughton Grange; Sir. R. St. Halford, Bait., Westow Hall; 0 Brook, Esq., Enderby. f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '5 Wonder," I s anad the second to the chestnut pony gelding exhibited by e, -Dr. J. H. B. Lutley, Brookhampton. e I The followiug cwere the judges:-Devons and Sussex: a I essrs. S. P. Newberry, Plymouth; F.- H. Smith, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the property of a tenant farmer oecupying not less thea 100 acres of lend: lt prize, '10., W. Mainn. Brookhampton; ::nd, W. Fairbrotber, Avon Dassett; J. Gibbs, bighly commcnded. Hunter, either geldiing or mare, up to last. and under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it, but he pleaded guilty and asked to be dealt with at once.-Another witness, named Thomas Gardner, aged 16, of Brookhampton, was called, and he deposed that he saw the prosecutor place the piece of meat produced in his eart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were making their awards. This was entrusted to and very kindly carried out by Messrs. John Chingworth a)uddeeden, F. Turrill (Brookhampton), and A. Hays (Abingdon), whose decisions gave the utmost satisfaction, as follows CeAsS 1.-For the best Fat Ox-lst prize, Subscribers-only content

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