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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ashington Ashington c. 1875

    larger detached parts settlements was in individual farms: Blackland , later Brownhill (mentioned fro m 1402), 56 and East Wolves (from 1608). 57 The house which existed at Brownhill in 1985 was late 18th- or 19th-century. Eight people were enumerated

    Ashington Economic history

    in 1528 , 77 and that of Buncton was held on a 21-year lease in 1622 . 78 Blackland (later Brownhill ) farm in the more northerly of the two larger detached parts of the parish belonged to the Buncton

    Alstonefield Warslow and Elkstones WARSLOW AND ELKSTONES 1994

    and bungalows. 48 A house in existence by 1515 at Brownhill to the north-east of the village was rebuilt in 1830 as Warslow Hall . 49 The nearby Upper Brownhill Farm is partly of the 17th century. A cottage which

    Alstonefield Heathylee HEATHYLEE 1994 HOLLINSCLOUGH 1994

    from the Manifold. 37 Shortly before 1770 Longnor mill was rebuilt by a corn dealer and chapman, Richard Gould of Brownhill , in Warslow . Gould became bankrupt in 1773 , and the mill may have fallen into disuse. 38

    Townships Streethay with Fulfen STREETHAY WITH FULFEN 1986

    and in fields called 'Ruding' and 'Brunehill'. By the earlier 14th century there were five open fields: Cross, Morughale Ridding, Brownhill , Nether Bridge , and Over Bridge . 139 Cross field lay on the north side of Ryknild Street;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hedddweh i'w llwoh.-Gaoheydbd. MARWOLAETH A CHLADDEDIGAETH MR. , i MORGIN WILLIAMS, BROWNHILL; LLAN- c SADWEN. Dydd Linn, yr 28ain cynfisol, yn 51 mlwydd oed, ba farw Mr- Morgan Williams, Brownhill. Yr oedd yn frwaw isr diweddar Barch. John Williams, Castellnewydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he re- fused doing, and had her conveyed to the prison in Deritend, where she was searched by Brownhill, the constable. Brownhill was next called, and stated that lie examined the prisoner's basket, and found in it the half-shoulder of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jun. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, plumber. [Chisholme and Co. Lincoln's inn fields. J. Barif, Liverpool, merchant. [Sharpe and Co. Bedford row. J. Bootl, Brownhill, Yorkshire, woollen cloth manufacturer. [Sudlow and Co. Chancery lane. W. Lutwycise, Birmingham, brass founder. [Harrison and Smith, Birmingham. DIVIDENDS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the sky early in the evening wea singnlraly dark. At Lower Wincobiank two houses, tenanted by MIessrs. Inns and Brownhill, were greatly damasged by lightning. The electricity broke all thes windows, partalily ~reelrd tbo chimneys, damaged the furniture, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bazaar cwould lie a success, the protnoters slesorvisig every petiny which they sought to -et.-On the propositiots of Coursilior I Brownhill, sr,,onded by the Itev. T. Huindslsy, atid sup- Iported by the 11ev. N. Kelynack, a, vote of thanks wasl Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, August 1512, 1-15, 01 August 1512-31 August 1512

    other spies agree that the King of Scots cannot have 20 ships of his own, and not so many unless Brownhill and Barton come home. Four of them, viz. the great new ship called the Mitchell, the Margaret, the James

    Henry VIII, January 1514, 16-31, 01 January 1514-31 January 1514

    in the spring. Trusts that Denmark will do the same. A French ambassador is also sent for the same purpose. Brownhill is to show what danger Scotland is in, that soon assistance will be too late, and to allow him

    Henry VIII, July 1512, 18-31, 01 July 1512-31 July 1512

    Henry VIII July 1512 July 1512 18 July. Calig. B. III ., 138. B.M. Pinkerton's Scotl., II., 451. 1294 . [1176. ] JAMES IV. to HENRY VIII. Begs a safe conduct, for one year, for Will. earl of Eroll,

    Index, D, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    1516. -, ambassadors to: English envoy, 2721. See Baker, J. French, 547. See Cordier, P.; La Bastie. Scotch, 547. See Brownhill, A.; La Bastie, Sieur de. -, King of. See John; Christiern. -, Queen of, 665, 1154, 1562. -, -,

    Index, B, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Browne; also Brome. Brounfield . See Bramfield. Brounflete , Wm., prior of Ormsby, 438 (2 m. 21). Brounhill . See Brownhill. Brouwershaven (Bruershawyn), in Holland, 2451. Browe , Wilts, 438 (4 m. 23). Browe , Guillaume. See Brown. Brower ,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    (Burnley) : undefined Participant: RichardBullcock [Bullcock] Role: witness Details: male; 33; Junior Employment: Shalloon maker Location: Lancashire Place(s): Brown Hill (Brownhill) : undefined Participant: WilliamAirton [Ayrton] Role: witness Details: male; 41; Clerk Employment: Farmer and innkeeper Location: Bracewell (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 December 1779, 3 December 1779

    as to this " Houfe, in their Lordfhips great Wifdom, fhall feem " meet; and that Hugh M' Clure in Brownhill may be " required to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Hugh M-Clure may have Subscribers-only content

    14 December 1779, 14 December 1779

    Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount Ward. Vifcount Hampden, Hereford. Montague. Townfoendi Stormont. Wentworth. Dudley Ö* PRAYERS. The Anfwer of Hugh M'Clure of Brownhill, to the Appeal of George Dun in Carnderry, was this Day brought in. The Houfe was adjourned during Pleafure Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1780, 11 February 1780

    " pointed for hearing the Caufe wherein George Dun " Farmer in Carnderry, is Appellant, and Hugh M'-Clure " in Brownhill, is Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe by Counfel at the Bar, on Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1780, 21 March 1780

    Ordered, That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein Caufesputoff. George Dun Farmer in Carnderry is Appellant, and Hugh M'Clure of Brownhill is Refpondent, which flands appointed for To-morrow, be put off" to the Firft Caufe Day after the Recefs at Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1780, 22 March 1780

    this Houfe, in their " Lordfhips great Wifdom fhould feem meet;" as alfo upon the Anfwer of Hugh M'Clure of Brownhill put in to the faid Appeal; and due Confideration had of what was offered on either Side in this Subscribers-only content


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