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You searched for: Place: Broomhouse, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

Found 182 matches across 3 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Langham Introduction Langham c. 1840 Boxted airfield, Langham , in the second world war

    was associated with pottery of 20-60 A.D. and a gold coin of Cunobelin. 44 Cropmarks in the Stour valley near Broomhouse have been interpreted as an Iron Age village, and an enclosure and field system opposite Stratford St. Mary as

    Langham Economic history

    by 1894 . 40 In 1902 Langham Hall had a large herd of young shorthorn cattle. The ten ant at Broomhouse kept 300 sheep, including Suffolk ewes and Lincoln tups. Many farmers fattened stock from Shrewsbury and the Midlands bought

    Parishes West Horsley

    acres and a half are assigned for the repairs of the church. There is a Wesleyan chapel in this parish. Broomhouse on the Epsom road is the property of Lord Rendel, and is used as a convalescent home for Poor


    advowson, agriculture, boundaries, Boxted airfield, bridges, church, pl . cloth industry, courts (manorial), domestic buildi ngs, Bakers Cottage, Bramble Cottage, Broomhouse , Chaplins, Church Farm , Glebe Farm , Glebe House , Highfield Cottage, Keeper's Cottage, Langham Hall , Langham

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ling, and Polmont, proceeding at a rapid pace till the train reached Broomhouse, about thirteen miles from Edinburgh, where unfortu- nately another casualty befel it. On reaching Broomhouse, a noise, as of a slight explosion, was heard, and a dense Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ler. Glengowaa beat Anger Glengarry beat Denmark lid Zulu beat Oxford IBroambouse beat Unlucky Boy lit Zulu beat Glengowan I Broomhouse beat Glengsrry 'In- I The stake was divided. 'as The BEDLINGTON STAKES, for 16 All.aged Greyhounds, at £2. 15s, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    red paint from I to 104; asod 33 POPLA PS, numbered I to 3 The above are growing upon the Broomhouse Farm, in the ocesip tice of Mr. William Brooke, half a mile from the Bromnsgrove Itsa way station. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ns Countess Buss Mr. Marficet's Mayo beat Mr. Douglas's Damocles Mr. Jardine's Saxon beat Mr. Hutchison's Earl Clyde Mr. Jones's Broomhouse beat Mr. Briscon's Ben Venue Mr. Dodd ns Tender andt True beat Sir NV. C. Anstruther e3 Horspipe Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the . 0e ow rers. t . Thu plreperty may te viewed ore apileication to Mr. Ds attihew Linton, rit Broomhouse, near t1gthopo; or Mr. Porriit, who lives ore the farmn . r- and further partierrce osre uty be keown Subscribers-only content

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