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  • * Victoria County History *

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    for 'Margaret, his wife' read 'Margery his wife.' " " 256 b , line 34, for 'Bridget(?) Brownlow ' read ' Bridget Brownlow .' " " 258 b , line 7 from end, for ' John Starkie c. 1656' read

    The borough of Bedford Castle and barony

    hold any property in the county. Brownlow Earl of Exeter , son of the last-mentioned earl, suffered a recovery of the barony in 1748 . 113 In 1754 he was succeeded by his son Brownlow , whose duties at the

    Townships Tonge -with-Haulgh

    following notes. Lawrence Brownlow in 1483 demised to Roger his son and heir and Margaret his wife certain land in Little Bolton ; Huntroyde D. B 19 (by Mr. Anderton ). Roger, son and heir of Lawrence Brownlow , in

    Parishes Cockayne Hatley

    she exercised by settling them on her nephew Brownlow Lord Brownlow , with remainder to his second son Henry Cust , and his sons in succession. On the death of Lord Brownlow in 1807 the estate passed to Henry Cust

    Townships Huncoat

    him his lands in Huncoat and Hapton with remainder to his son Richard, who married Alice daughter of Thomas de Brownlow ; ibid. no. 566. William de Birtwisle made another feoffment in 1387 ; ibid. no. 550. William and his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R=FL Ar Lt LWYTHAu BRODOROIL Ye INDIA. -Rhydd y newyddion diweddaraf o India, o berth- ynas i ryfelgyrch y Cadfridog Brownlow yn erbyn mynyddwyr gwrthryfelgar Looshai ar ddeall fod y Cadfrideg wedi gwneyd ymosodiad Ilwyddianus ar amddiffynfagref o eiddo'r mynyddwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn eichbo ll dalOdion, cich gobenyddyr a angan, a'ch cdn am dragwyddoldeb. Glwnaed sylwadan hefycd gan Mri. Hgh Lloyd Jones, Brownlow hill; David Jones, St. James' road, a W. Williams, Mrtiae-st. Terfynwydy eyfarfo drwy weddi ganL y March. , Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arnynt gan adran dn Iywydd- iseta yr Uch-Gadiben ]?itzhugh a Csdben Cooke, a cbynorthwyid hwy gan adraiau y M Ailwni4 Brownlow a Cadben Kelso, ond saethwyd y diweddAf yn farw ar ol dechnon yr yindrecifs, a cblwyfwyd Lieutenant Munro. Wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cenhadwr br, cyntaf a aeth allan i Cassia. Yr oedd merch i Thomas or Jones wedi priodi un Mr, Brownlow, yr hwn F., dd ye LI cadw gerddi te. Mae ganddynt saith o blant, ac y ml maerit vy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -.V'iDUNTS, OFFEML~S , &c. . ._ I A Coironers ottest was on t'.londiy taken at KentishtTovn, | on a anew bf the rnmains if tie lacei Tbpasiwraght back, Esq. ciii Sarah Baretl1, has coolic mad, whlo perishted an the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 November 1702, 20 November 1702

    alfo took and fubfcribed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant to the Statutes. Sherrard Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Brownlow Haicourt&al. Sherard Eiquke, and Dame Mary his Wife, who was Relift, Devifee, and Executrix, of Sir Richard Anderfon Baronet Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1713, 13 May 1713

    Manors, Lands, and Hereditaments, thereby •• agreed to be fold, in Truftees, for difcharging the •• Debts of Sir John Brownlow Baronet, deceafed, and M his Daughters Portions, and other Purpofes in the " faid Articles mentioned." Upon the Firft Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1746, 6 March 1747

    Houfe, accord¬ ing to the Payer of the faid Petition. c< Par, fei red to sir Brownlow Upon r<ading the Petition of Sir Brownlow Sherard sherard & al. Baronet ^ Dame Mary sherdrd his Wife, William Perry Equire and Elizabeth Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1772, 18 February 1772

    Bill. «J Pr. 5. L. 8. After.[" fay"], infert [« the Allot- tc ment to be made to the faid Brownlow Earl of Exe- " ter, (hall confift of Two Acres, more or lefs, of " Pafture Land, heretofore in Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1774, 29 November 1774

    Philip Lord Bifhop of Norwich. Shute Lord Bifhop of Landaff. John Lord Bifhop of Peterborough. William Lord Bifhop of Chefler. Brownlow Lord Bifhop of Litchfield and Coventry, Francis Lord Le Defpencer. Charles Schaw Lord Cathcart. Robert Lord Trevor. George Lord Subscribers-only content


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