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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hinton Ampner

    is the village, and from here the parish stretches eastward in a long irregular tract away to Brookwood in the south-east. ' Brookwood ' is the residence of Mr. Daniel Meinertzhagen, and stands in a finely wooded park of 86

    Parishes Woking

    Waterworks Company was established in 1882 . It draws its chief supply from the chalk near Clandon . Brookwood Necropolis adjoins the Brookwood Station . In 1854 a company purchased 2,000 acres in Woking and Pirbright , of which 400

    Parishes Bisley

    Bisley parish, and are connected by a short branch railway with the main London and South Western Railway line at Brookwood station. The ranges, however, and the ground utilized extend into Chobham and Pirbright . The Inclosure Act, inclosing common

    West Grinstead Economic history

    Durford abbey's estate near Honey Bridge had pasture for 6 beasts in a wood called Brookwood , 34 presumably near the site of the modern Brookwood Farm. The right was still claimed in 1688 by a later owner of the

    Gloucester Bailiffs, 1200-1483

    Ric. Russell; Nic. Hill (Glos. Colln. 28652, no. 1) 1461 John Grove ; 43 Wm. Francombe (D x.15) 1463 Wm. Brookwood ; Wm. Gram. . . (G.B.R., J 1/ 1149 ) 1464 John Chantrel ; John Poole (G 405) 1466

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Sit Perpetuum Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Council Club, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Surrey, England 1938 Sit Perpetuum Rifle Lodge Club House, Bisley Camp, Brookwood, Surrey, England 1964

    Look Forward Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Sit Perpetuum Rifle Clubhouse , Bisley Camp , Brookwood, Surrey , England 1988

    Clocktower from Haslemere Lodge

    , Haslemere, Surrey, England 1977 Masonic Hall , South Street , Godalming, Surrey , England 1987 Masonic Hall , Ockford Road , Godalming, Surrey , England 1989 Sit Perpetuum Rifle Clubhouse , Bisley Camp , Brookwood, Surrey , England 2003

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r lle a wnaeth Syr E. Burne-Jones yn Lroegr. Llosgwyd gweddillion Mr. Harold Frederic, yr awdwr a'r newyddiadurwr adnabyddus, yn Brookwood Crematorium, ger Woking, ddydd Mercher. Bernir y gallasai Mr. Fred~ric wella pe buasai yn ceisio gwasanaeth meddygon. Mae '1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    might be at liberty. The Hon. Francis Scott, a Surrey magistrate, and chairman of the Guildford Union, and of the Brookwood Asylum, gave similar testimony, and very strongly condemned the theory of those medical gentlemen who would deal with lunatics Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tist minister of New York city, and previous to that a tl sohoolmaster of Illinois, has been conlned in the Brookwood di Lunatic Asylum for six and a half years. He had con- W te tinually protested against his detention, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each. I ft Terr ESCAPE FROMT A LUXATIc AsYLUMT.-The Rev. f Mir. Bruce, of Ne w York, wise escaped frons Brookwood Lunatic sylism.and saw he Amercan Missister, ic be. Ci hieed y tso sylm utlem-tie tobea hcarmless lunatic, a ujc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    important plec of isformation is in the possession of the committee from an official source-viz., that the accept- ance of Brookwood b) the council vas by no means final, acd that the paragraphs which appeared in the press to that Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, B, 01 September 1640-31 May 1641

    House , Helborn Brookes , Mr., his office in the Exchequer Brookman , Edith, widow, petition of John, deceased Richard Brookwood Walk , Windsor Forest Brorolme , Mr. Brotherton , co. Lancaster Brough , Captain Broughton , Mr. Brouncker , Subscribers-only content

    Treasury Warrants, July 1716, 21-31, 21 July 1716-31 July 1716

    payable to said Onslow as Out Ranger: viz. John Shewter, Keeper of Twelve Oaks Walk 26 Richard Robyson, Keeper of Brookwood Walk 20 Edward Burt, Keeper of Frimly Walk 20 George Holder, Keeper of Linchford Walk 20 Rowland West, Keeper

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    for, 166. Roborough , South, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166. Robyson , Richard, Keeper of Brookwood Walk in Windsor Forest, 367. Roche , Jacqueline Godeau de la, a French refugee, pension for, 239. -, Peter

    Charles I - volume 478, March 1641, 01 March 1641-31 March 1641

    co. Surrey, to erect a dwelling-house upon certain copyhold lands of his inheritance in the parish of Woking, and within Brookwood Walk in Windsor Forest, so that the same be set near to the barn which adjoins the highway. [ Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    Bigshot or Bagshot Rails, deer in, 366; Ranger of, 207, 366; underkeeper of, 366. Billing Bear Walk, under-keeper of, 366. Brookwood Walk, Keeper of. See Robyson, R. Chertsey Walk, Keepers of. See Fry, G.; Gibson, J. Cranbourne Chase, deer in

 

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