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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Botteslow

    was an ironworks attached to the collieries from at least 1868 until the early 20th century. 32 The Brookhouse Colliery south of Brookhouse Farm was being worked by Forrester and Read in 1841 33 and by Smith and Forrester in

    Horninglow Established church

    made in London in 1796 . 3 The school-church of 1883 was designed in a Gothic style by Giles and Brookhouse of Derby . Of brick with stone dressings, it has a west bellcote. Retained as a church hall after

    Chigwell Charities

    done and a subscription was raised for the purpose in 1820 . 26 In 1831 the rentcharge was reassigned to Brookhouse Farm: 27 it was thereafter paid until its redemption in 1938 for £160 which was invested. 28 In 1834

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 Warwick in 1788

    in the firm to his uncle, John Parkes , in 1819 , but after 1822 when the firm of Parkes, Brookhouse and Crompton collapsed, the property was split. The factory and a house to the north of Marble House, known

    Burton-upon-Trent Education

    Horninglow , Stapenhill , Stretton , and Winshill , and the board was formed in 1873 . 2 Giles and Brookhouse of Derby were appointed architects to the board, and by 1880 there were 15 board schools with a total

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blasnorol. Gwnaed sylw coffadwriaethol cyihes am y brodyr ymadawedig-Mr. Griffith Williams, Conwy; Mr. Abel Roberts, Pantywenol; a Mr. John Williams, Brookhouse. Yu y cyfarfad eglwysig bore yr ail ddydd ymddiddanwyd a swyddogion y lie; a threul. iwi d gweddill y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am enwau wemddiriedolwyr y tir ddwyor gafwyd vehydig amser yn ol ynglen a chapel Pentre, Siorhs laurhaifadr. Gadaryd capel y Brookhouse hyd y asba: vst Cyfarfod Misol nesaf. Gwnaed sylwadan gwlithog ar sol y mater a roddwyd, sef " Adfywiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar gapel y Brookhouse, ger- llaw Dinbych. Peaderfynwyd fod i ni roddi . gofal y r gorchwyl o gael g eithred ary capel hwn. ary Patchu. .1'. Gee, Dinbych, Emrys Evans, Cotton Hall, a Mr. l Lloyd, Brookhouse. DiymunwydaryParchn. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Williams, Rhyl. Darllenwyd a chaoarnha. r wyd cofnodion y Cyfarfod Misol blaenorol. Hysbyswyd c fod y Mri. Richard Jones, Brookhouse, a John Wil- liams, Timber Merchant., wedi en dewis yn flaenoriaid gan eglwys y Fron. Darllenwyd l ythyr oddiwrth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    haliwyd cyngerdd yn y Volunteer Drill H.ll, mewn I cysylltiad Ag Ysgol Sbbothol y Methodistiaid Calfin. r aidd yn y Brookhouse. Cariwyd y gweithrediadau i allin yn hvnod a hwylus gan Mr. T. Maysmor Gee, Egiwyewen. Gwasinaethwyd yn y cyngerdd Subscribers-only content

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Mary Kitchen

    Details Mary Kitchen in religion Mary Alexia Born in Brookhouse Died 1815 11 Sep in Taunton mother Sarah Roberts father Robert Kitchen

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    of, charge of, 228. premiums and other charges of, 228. Trustees for, Cashier of. See Edwards, S.; assistant to. See Brookhouse, T. cleaner woman to, 228. contingencies account, 356. declared account, 356. housekeeper to. See Parrot, W. messenger, 356. See

    Index, B, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    sheriff of Cheshire, 359, 595, 604. Brooke , Samuel, coastwaiter in London, dismissal of, 50, 344. Brookes . See Brooks. Brookhouse , Thomas, petition of, 93. Brooking , William, merchant, payment of bill of exchange drawn from Placentia, 81, 468.

    Index, B

    -, Capt. John, petition, 462. Brooker , Edward, labourer of the Works, debt to, 1061. Brooke's tenement (Exeter), lease, 505. Brookhouse , Thomas, clerk to the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 224. Brooks , Henry, Ensign in Col. Edward Fox's

    Index, B, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    of London, merchants, clothing the Portuguese Army, 70, 102, 110. -, -, arrested for burglary, 390. - See also Brock. Brookhouse , Thomas, assistant to the Cashier to the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 357. Broomhall , Scotland, 281. Brooms

    Index, B, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    in, 52. Bromwich , Edward, of the Inner Temple, arrears of a pension assigned to, 190. Brooke . See Brooks. Brookhouse , Thomas, clerk in the Office for registering and paying interest on Army and Transport Debentures, 356, 357. Brooks

 

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