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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old Woodstock Estates

    bought the land in 1806 . 36 A house and ½ yardland of copyhold land known as Brotherton 's held by William Brotherton at his death in 1688 was sold in 1711 by his son James to George Smith ,

    West Stoke Parish Church of St Andrew West Stoke

    holding it of the bishop. 17 It then descended with the manor of Bosham [q.v. ] , Sir Thomas de Brotherton , Earl Marshal, doing homage for the half-fee to the bishop in 1316 , 18 until the division of

    Parishes Hampstead Marshall

    Earl of Norfolk and all the possessions which Roger Bigod had ceded to Edward I to his half-brother Thomas de Brotherton , 35 who was created Earl Marshal 10 February 1315 . 36 On 3 November 1333 the king gave

    Houses of Austin nuns Priory of Moxby

    Joan de Toucotes to Nun Appleton , Agnes de Ampleford and Agnes de Jarkesmill to Nunkeeling , and Joan de Brotherton and Joan Blaunkfront 15 to Hampole . 16 The dispersion cannot have lasted long, for on 24 January 1325

    Friaries The black friars of Northampton

    . for food on Christmas Day and the five following days, on behalf of himself, his queen, and Thomas of Brotherton , their son. On 13 August , Prince Edward , being at Northampton , gave 13 s . 4

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