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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns St Mary de Pre priory, St Albans

    Eastbrook 8 given them by Queen Eleanor , and granted them a yearly fair on the vigil and feast of the Nativity of the Virgin 9 ; in 1204 he further gave them 30 acr es of assart in

    Parishes Bishopstone Bishopstone c. 1758

    and from the later Middle Ages two areas of cultivation, Eastbrook and Westbrook , were distinguished. 77 Each manor included land in each area of cultivation. There are references to Eastbrook and Westbrook in 1425 , and in the early


    in 1535 was lord of the manor of EASTBROOK in Southwick , then in the tenure of Anne Burrell , widow. 69 In 1541 the Crown granted what were described as Eastbrook and Southwick manors to William Howard , 70

    Parishes Avebury Avebury and East Kennett c. 1840

    early 17th century Avebury had been divided into Avebury Trusloe , Eastbrook , and Westbrook tithings. 439 Between 1651 and 1653 business from Avebury (presumably Avebury Trusloe ), Eastbrook , and Westbrook came before views and courts held twice a

    Dagenham Introduction and manors DAGENHAM (SOUTH) 1964, SHOWING BECONTREE

    the soil is mainly alluvium, then valley gravel - well shown in gravel-pits now ( 1963 ) being excavated at Eastbrook End, in east Dagenham - and then London Clay . Natural drainage is provided by the Beam River ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Bradford, lately trading with John Thornton and Edward Thornton, as Thornton and Co. . C, common brewers, at Eastbrook Brewery, Bradford, maltster., ( 1, Bzer.TAoN THRnEs, Hanover Square and Neshfeld Street, P )r Bradford, joiner and builder. it 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    genius and workiDgs the enfer will it be from t*ese agitations which In past years have retarded Its operations. The Eastbrook Ohapel, Bradford, was crowded In every part, and many were unable to gain standing room. Praise and prayer were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annual Conference was commenced in Eastbrook Chnapel, Brdford, yesterday. Dr. Stephenson presided, and Nvas accompanied by the following ex-presidents:- The Rev. William Arthur. Dr. Rigg, Dr. Jenkyn, Dr. Greeveo, Dr. tY'oung. Resds. Charlest larrett, lt Roberts, *Joseph Bush, John W~alton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trest they hsad eitjoyad. On Sunday last, two serittotos score p)reached by the Rev. Isaac Slidili, in thle Metlsodlit cheapel, Eastbrook, Brash- forsd ott behalf' of' telse schsools fur telse ucii tcsssn sf site sosts of' Metithoiist ssinisters at Kissgssvood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vvere delivereri by the Revs. G-. Mlarsden, Samuela Leighr, and otlrers. Tire 'annual sernoons were preachsed on Easier Sunday, in Eastbrook and Kirkgaite chapels, by the Rev. Mlessrs. Barton, of Leeds, arid Barker, of Brantley. Tire collections wvere ranter urore Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, D, E, 01 January 1670-31 December 1670

    for Easington Ward , co. Durham Eason , Rob. East , the, countries in, traveller to ships to or from Eastbrook , Thos. East Country , ships from Easterhail ls , Scotland, lands of Easter Lumbenny , Scotland, lands of Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, November 1685, 11-15, 12 November 1685-15 November 1685

    Hillary, Will. Ruscombe, Hum. Peirce, Will. Sully, John Lockston, John Treckey, Rich. Ingram, Will. Williams, Will. Mogridge, Hen. Luckwell, Hen. Eastbrook, Steph. Newman, John Parsons, John Evans, Will. Gatchill, Will. Gillett, Geo. Condick, Nicho. Adams, Will. Lashley, Math. Cross, Rob.

    Index, E

    see Farrenquirk. East Bere Forest see New Forest (South Bere). Eastbourne ("Bourne") (co. Sussex), 64, 691, 729, 904, 976, 2008. Eastbrook , Henry, rebel in the West, 418. East Chalk (co. Kent), 884. Eastchurch , William, tenement, Exeter Castle Close,

    Charles II, March 1670, 01 March 1670-31 March 1670

    reversion of the place of clerk of delivery of the Ordnance, in the Tower, Minories, and other storehouses, after Thos. Eastbrook and George Clark, to whom it was granted for life, 7 July 1664. [2 pages. Ibid. No . 182. Subscribers-only content


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