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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Royal forests Appendices CLARENDON PARK 1650 (Hoare, Mod. Wilts . Alderbury Hundred, 132-141).

    Fm.' is shown on Andrews and Dury , pl. 3, at the S. extremity of Bramshaw .) 18. from Burnford ( Burnford Bridge is S. of Bramshaw : O.S. 41/21) along the water . (? Shepherds Gutter.) (19. Deadmansford (

    Parishes Bromsgrove

    arable, 4, 9983/4 of permanent grass and 4341/2 of woods and plantations. 5 Bromsgrove was formerly divided into yields named Burnford , Fockbury, 6 Catshill , Chadwick , Shepley , Burcot , 7 Padestones or Spadesbourne, Timberhonger , Woodcote and

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 16 June 1607, 16 June 1607-16 June 1607

    oct. Sancti. Michaelis. T. 27o die Junii, anno 4" Jacobi Regis, Johannes Doo pleg. de prosequend. Richardus Roo. Summ. Richardum Burnford, Willelmum Willyams. Upon the Reading of this Writ, and Consideration of h e Matter, the House was pleased to

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 13 November 1647, 13 November 1647-13 November 1647

    Bacon brought in these following Writs of Errors: Parson and Wadman . Wilmore and Mounke . Pilcher and Gardner . Burnford and Payne . Smith and Davies . Loftus and Whitchcott . Viccars and Shapton . Staveley and Rounthwaite .

    General Index, B, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    Sir John Brome Bromefield , Manor of Bromfield , (or Bromefeld,) William Bromham , Tenants of Bromhill Bromisgrove , see Burnford. Bromley , (Kent), The Bishop's House at Bromley , see Much Bromley. Bromley , George Bromley Pagetts Bromley , Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    , Oxon, II. 1321. Burford ( elsewhere Burnthewth , q.v .) Oke, Cumb., I. 687 (pp. 303 4). Burforde. See Burnford. Burgeyney. See Abergavenny. Burgh (upon Sands) , Cumb., II. 203. Burgh , Westmld. See Brough. Burgh ,, Sir Edw.

    Index, B

    Burnet , Dame Eliz., lands, co. Yorks, 1892. -, Bishop Gilbert, lodgings for, 2164. -, Samuel, vicar of Grantham, 2078. Burnford , Giles, tidesman, Bideford, 2073. Burnham (co. Somerset), 1895, 2004; Burnham Moor, 1895; lands called le Moor, Cophill Field,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knutsford Course. 9-Mounltjoy to go seventy miles a day, for six successive lays, at Birrmingham. 9-Samuel Field, and Bates, of Burnford, half a mile, for { Bova a-side. n-George Rockett, of Selby, and J. Shaw, of Doncaster, 150 yards, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aing house of William Gascoigne, at Wilington, to be inprisoned six weeks. George Dyson, for stealing a silter wvatch at Burnford, the property of Wn. Howee; and Wiliam Eaton, fer stealing froia a hedge near the house of James Ault, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Joseph Smith, 2, Mowbray Terrace, Sowerby, Think ; Mr. WiUiam Weeks, Claverton Farm, Chippenham ; Mr. Tom Pitt, of Burnford, Cullopton; Mr. A. J. Davies, Upper HoUings, Pensax, Tenbury; Mr. John Roberts. Plas Heaton Farm, Tref nant, R. S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r, Bichard Bundle. ' HACKS. Hacks, not exceeding 6 years old on the lit January 1892- 1, Messrs. Yeo Brothers, Burnford Mows. Ply- mouth^, William T. Lovering, The Grove, Bt. Aus- tell; r, William Jolly, Trevalia Farm, Stithians. Per- ranwell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the lightning set some of the shocks of corn on fire, and men had to put it out, while at Burnford, nCTtr Heathfield, Mr. H. W. Essery had a horse killed by lightning, which first split clown a tree near Subscribers-only content

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