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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Berkswell

    Berkswell is divided from Meriden on the north by a small stream, called in 1550 the Hornbrook , 1 which formerly ran into the River Blythe at the point where the latter is now canalized. The Blythe forms the western

    Warnham Manors and other estates

    the honor of Bramber in 1409 and 1601. 91 Since in 1720 it included land south-east of Horsham town near Hornbrook , it was probably once part of the outlying lands of Washington manor, like Denne in Horsham . 92

    Index A-J

    Hoo , Thos., half-bro. of last, fam., Hookland park , see Shipley Hooper , J., hops , Horley , Steph., Hornbrook , see Horsham Hornung : Col. C. B. R., E. W., J. P., Lt.- Col. Sir John , S.

    Horsham Economic history

    but no later reference to a mill on the site has been found. Fulling mills were referred to apparently at Hornbrook south-east of the town in 1288 , 67 and at Chesworth between 1427 and 1608 . 68 There were

    Horsham General history of the town Horsham Town in the 1870s (6 In to 1 Mile) Horsham Town Center c. 1964 Horsham And Surroundings c. 1875

    the 10th century 60 were pasture places of Washington , including Horsham itself, Crockhurst near the Horsham-Shipley boundary, 61 and Hornbrook south-east of the town. 62 Denne , lying south of the town between the other three places, evidently had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the engine, end it was takeis to Low Moor,where the officials were informed of what had been done. Police-constab'e Hornbrook heard of the affair at Oleakheaton Station, walked down the line to the spot, and searched about to find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - i Em lcanuel; Gray. Selwyn; flail N A., Clare; Herd W., St. Catharine's; -Heyworth, Trinity; Hill, Queens'; Hocken. Clare; 'Hornbrook, St. Thousn, Hosard A., St. John S Johnson, Queens',; HIarsdin, Peembrokes Millesk Selwyn- NMicholson Trinity; Patrick, Downinn; Payce H., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (I). QUEEN'S BENCII DIVISION. Sheehan v. Sullivan (1); Sullivan v. Walste (2); Matthews V. Matthews (5). EXCHiQUEEI DIVISION. Kavanagh v. Hornbrook (1) Bell v.tbe GreatNositbern Railway (2): Mldoon, appellast; Morris, respoedeut (3); O'connor v. Forbes (10); Banik of Irelaed v. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas, and,'there VWa Ls ak great dnner at-the Grogpiaooa .J fe 'dignified by,'the' naeof 4%'Mtre, Hotel~ifd kept- bhy2- *j 'jor Hornbrook, a~field dffieredt engateraloinhiheSpaxls L. l~ gin~ wh has oetwn1qittiWeligo n ono a spree) and j ~nwh syshewil iv 00a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    officers of the port and garrison, and a guard ofshno fured bythe. Royal Marines, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel E 'Hornbrook, with the beautiful band and colours of the dlvi. slon.fThe tide being low herMajesty embarked in the barge of Subscribers-only content

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