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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Poulton with Fearnhead

    upon her marriage to his son and heir apparent, Hugh Bruche . 41 In 1465, Richard Bruche held of Peter Legh of Bradley one half of the manor of Bruche by knight's service and 12 d . yearly, which manor

    Common lands

    Borough field, and Someres field at Dilbridge in Mile End . A croft, perhaps an assart, called la Brache or Bruche , was also made several in 1365 -6. 60 Between 1401 and 1447 common land was made several in

    The parish of Warrington Introduction, church and charities

    Sir Thomas Boteler leased the advowson for sixty years to William Bruche , merchant tailor of London , and Hamnet Shaw ; and on 15 July, 1540 , William Bruche , the surviving grantee, gave his right to Richard Penketh

    Index of parishes, townships & manors

    Burtonwood ), 327 Brettargh Holt (Little Woolton ), 119 Brinsope ( Bold ), 408 Broad Oak ( Parr ), 381 Bruche ( Poulton ), 329 Burscough , (t) 258, (m) 258 Burscough Hall ( Lathom ), 257 Burtonhead ( Sutton

    Townships Woolston with Martinscroft

    twenty messuages, & c., a water-mill, a dovecote, 2,300 acres of land, meadow and pasture in Woolston , Fearnhead , Bruche , Poulton , Marscroft [ Martinscroft ] , and Halewood . Ibid. bdle. 75, m. 15. Information supplied by

  • * British History Online *

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    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    him 40. m. 111. [1 April, 1549 ] . Between Thurstan Sowthworth and Anthony Sowthworth, plaintiffs, and Richard Bruche, esq., and Thomas Bruche, son and heir apparent of the said Richard, deforciants of a barn and 13 a . of

    Supplementary Records, Beetham

    the Church of Beethome. Rectory appropriated to the Chantry in the names of Jesus and St. Mary of Eccles. James Bruche, incumbent. The aforesaid Vicarage is worth in Mansion with garden appropriated to the same per annum 10 0 Annual

    Spain, July 1553, 16-20, 16 July 1553-20 July 1553

    Crown, and Queen. The seven ships that had been sent to guard the sea-ports were under command of a Mr. Bruche ( i.e. John Grice), a Knight of Rhodes, who went over to the Lady Mary's side with all his

    Henry VIII, May 1544, 16-20, 01 May 1544-31 May 1544

    1544. 20 May. 541 . The Expedition against Scotland. R. O. Hertford ' s warrant to Sadler to pay Ric. Bruche, captain of 100 men, 20 days ' wages, at 4 s . for himself, 2 s . for his

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    m. 34. Monday the Vigil of St Bartholomew the Apostle, 32 Henry VIII. [23 August, 1540 ] . Between Richard Bruche, esq., Lawrence Standisshe, and John Rysley, gent., plaintiffs, and John Ruttor deforciant of 4 messuages, 100 a . of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEGH, Richard (1634-87), of Lyme, Cheshire.

    at York, thereby escaping involvement in the rising of Sir George Booth, in which one of his cousins of the Bruche branch was killed.[footnote]At the general election of 1660 Legh made way for Booth in Cheshire, and was returned for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~IANTED, a Fire rnOnasn O ISHEK Apply toilWijhjo iv Gee, 35, Lichsi~ Stet tsnnhsl 821 IIANTED, a YOUTH, edtohe Plated Bruche e.-AppI5Y, 5, TV Lease Lane, cO~l 7f'1 Japannmera.-ORNAMNTRS WANTD se oiedstead .1. Work. A good Wo ka.Aply at elgtaWokSheep- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grenadiuss, 4I.t s ~d li n Glreoils, is ld t s Falls, in Crepe Coos rainsand Dcapes Net and Crepe Bruche Siks l.6.Embroidery and Laes Crapes, Is t s., Flowers and B~bbWn Mri Wrappes redy-made Snun Shades te prints, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frontiers of the canton Scheineeck; runs along the western frontier of that canton ; embraces the communes of Saales, Bourg, Bruche, Colroy-la-Rochee Paine, lans-nt Saul-cures, and St. Blaise-la-Rtoche, in the cantoS of Saides, and coincides with the western frontier of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    120 'Tlie Best Valta of tho Season is ostr aleiceo Robe. 7 yards, very widlt ld gooild Cijailners; 3 varrds Bruche Sotill, in allY shido it colour, or bmncl;, ftrivasridm bey pmst cii reesipt of ccstm,-TWlmiuti WhIte cild Co., S2, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    construct a wall for a road about a mile and a half in ]ensgth, along the banks of the river Bruche, and build a bridge across if near Rothan. The peasants were astonirbcd at his proposition, and pronounced it impracticable, Subscribers-only content

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