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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Milton Lilbourne MILTON LILBOURNE 1842

    owned 221 a. at Milcot, nearly all the land apart from Broomsgrove wood. 70 As BROOMSGROVE farm, 434 a. including land of Clench and Fyfield and, from 1877, including Broomsgrove wood, it sold it in 1920 to H. D. Cole

    Froxfield FROXFIELD 1846

    354; V.C.H. Wilts . x. 63, 79; above, manors ( Froxfield ); below, Milton Lilbourne , manors ( Lawn ; Broomsgrove ). W.R.O., L 2 ( Froxfield ). Rix , Hist. Duchess of Som.'s Hosp . 12, 15, 21; Wilts

    Index A-J

    Ld. Cobham , Joan, Baroness Cobham , see Braybrook Thos., Ld. Cobham , Sir Thos ., Wm., Ld. Cobham , Broomsgrove farm , see Milcot, farm Brown : A. C., Edw., Grace, m. Edw. Naish, Lancelot, Mary, S. R., Thos.,

    Index K-Z

    & South Western Junction Railway , Milcot (in Milton Lilbourne ) , agric., boundary, common pasture, dom. archit., farm ( Broomsgrove farm), inc., man., mill, open fields, Romano-Brit. rem., tithes, woodland, Milcot Water (later Milkhouse Water , in Milton Lilbourne

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Improvement, Holyhead Water, Bodmin Water, Neath and Brecon Railway (Capital)- Droydon Commercial Gas, Devon and Somerset Railway Capital), Paisley Water, Broomsgrove and Droitwitch Water, Thames Tunnel Company, Dublin Corporation Water, Dublin Ports Act (Amendment), Dublin Port Docks, Leicester Cattle Market, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T BE BROMSGROVE LOCAL BOARD will T meet on MONDAY, the 13th day of February, 1860, at the Town Ball, Broomsgrove, for the purpose of APPOINTING a snmpstent Person to execute the duties of SURVEYOR INSPECTOR of NUJISAiCES, and SURVEYOR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and aled -~-Ileom, writh acectiindaetton for a Stereo artd Gi.g, if tievestary. "ltugtled on the tttrapikloe read fron rlirrthighitn to Broomsgrove. aued trihintw irile o te iiteil(irei Sttlttiofli Midlaind RaIlway, toih iinira aiviri tie Moreto od ro Birmneighamu thrveo times Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the rate of 8 per cent. per annum on the half-year's working ending December S1 last. The strike of the Broomsgrove nailers against a proposed reduction of ten per cent. in their wages continues. It is stated that the Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nmdcrate.- ;i ])Ofre Pear-sian, 4, Cryatal Terrace, tPromenade, ionith jjbore. WjLAOlWEL..-AiPartmentg to Let; prasaolent preferrert.- i -Apply, lHawtlcrir liouse, Blackwell, Broomsgrove, c4694 OF BIDOAD -and Reiec fe-di h ome of a Lady living in I ra pleasant and leailhy, port Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part II

    it, then the said 20 s . to be distributed to the poor almspeople aforesaid. Broomsgrove. To pay (pursuant to the will of Anne Broomsgrove as aforesaid) 20 s . unto the parson and churchwardens for the time being of

    Charitable accounts of the Fishmongers' Company

    Charitable accounts of the Fishmongers' Company FISHMONGERS' COMPANY. Charitable Accounts. Fishmongers' Company in account with John Aston. Dr. 1881. s . d . Dec. 25 To one year's rentcharge 0 13 4 Cr. 1881. s . d . Aug.

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