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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Whalley

    32 Edward Braddyll acquired the Portfield estate, 33 which became the chief residence of the family, and died at Billington in 1607 , leaving a son John, aged fifty. 34 This John died at Portfield in 1616 , leaving a

    Rumboldswyke Parish Church of St Mary Rumboldswyke

    son granted Rumboldswyke to the King in exchange for manors in Berkshire . 37 The manor, with 30 acres in Portfield , 60 acres in Otehills, and the farms of Grenestret and Walshe lands in Oving , remained in the

    Oving Parish Church of St Andrew Oving

    Oving , in December 1851 , it was proposed to erect a church at Portfield in his memory. 122 It was, however, not until 1871 that Portfield was formed into a new ecclesiastical district with a vicarage in the gift

    Chichester Charities

    not known, but for some time past the rent of a piece of land of about 3 acres lying near Portfield Barn in the parish of Rumboldswick is annually appropriated to repairs of the parish church of St. Pancras .

    The City of Chichester General introduction

    apparently distributed in three great fields, the North Field , the Portfield , and the Gildenfield; 117 the latter would seem, geographically, to be a subdivision of the Portfield , and if so, may well correspond with the differentiation of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l18, Bradford Street, 1772 rIo MERCHANT and GUIDE ROLLEIRS.-WANTED, a good 1T WORCKiAN, to Boll Merchant nnd Guide Iroi.-Apply at Portfield Works, iear Dldloy. 10M2 ffO TUBE MAKERS.-WANfED, a SOLDER DIOSEDR, and I OLOSER.-Aply to W. auid W. Powsell, Sliring Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and John Rowley, were charged with having stolen a number of engine brasses, the property of Mlessrs. J. Holoroft, of Portfield Iron- works. Mr. Stokes defended Rowley. It was stated that on the evening of Tuesday, the 8th inst., the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atour Valley, Shrubbery, Swan Gardens, To p 9ide S van Gardens, Bottom Side; Mtinerva, Chllington, ana Spar- row's.-Tividale district: Tividale, Portfield, Plaut's and Fisher's, Groveland.-Smethwiok district (represented).- North Staffordshire district: Ravensdale, Chatterley, Biddulph Valley, Newcastle, Crewe, Broughton Hail, Etruria Works.-Liverpool Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bagnall, Gold's Hill; Witton Lane Works; Bush Farm Company; Messrs. Bagnall, Imperial Works; Messrs. Kayes and Bissell, Limited; Messrs. Holeroft, Portfield Ironworks ; Messrs. Bagnall, Lea Brook and Toll End; Crookhay,-A Speaker said the men at Messrs. Hingley's had a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tracts, &o., from the Christian Knowledge Society and from the iteligio4s Tract Society. New annual subsoriptions': Charles' Haol croft, Esq., Portfield Ironworks, Tipton, a. 5f.'- Wesrrs. Shenton Brothers, Cleveland Ironworks, 23. 3s. increased subscriptions: A.- B. 0., from IN. 6d. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 539, February 1643, 01 February 1643-28 February 1643

    in cos. Stafford and Warwick, for defence of the King, Parliament, and kingdom. [ p. Damaged . ] Feb. 28. Portfield. 129. Richard Craven to John Philips, deputy of Auditor Francis Philips. But for my great crosses in these troublesome Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, P, Q

    982. minister of St. Catherine Cree, i. 795, 872, 1191. Porters End [in Kimpton ] , co. Hertford, i. 356. Portfield in Whalley (Portfeild), co. Lancaster, ii. 1434. Porthcaseg near Tintern (Purcasseck), co. Monmouth, ii. 543. Portland , co. Dorset,

    Index of names and places, B

    Roger, ii. 1433, 1434. Thomas, i. 1246; ii. 21, 1290, 1374, 1438. Bradway . See Broadway. Bradwell , Thomas, of Portfield, ii. 1434. Brafield , John, ii. 1075. Bragg (Brag): Mr., ii. 981. John, ii. 33, 296, 464. of Crewkerne,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1794, 9 May 1794

    County Palatine;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Portfield En- by Sir Martin Folkes and others : clofure &ilL With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for dividing Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1794, 12 May 1794

    in the Prince's Lodgings, near the Houfe of Peers; and to adjourn as they pleafe. Clackmannan and Perth Roads Bill. Portfield Ea- clofure Biil. Wolvey En¬ clofure Bill- 2a vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An Act for " making Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1794, 15 May 1794

    in the Affirmative. sc Hodie 3* vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Act for Portfield E«- ditiding and enclofing the Lands and Grounds, lying clofure Bill: and being in a certain Open and Common Field, called 3 li Portfield, Subscribers-only content

    16 May 1794, 16 May 1794

    Lords. ^.1794, Wellington Enclofure Bill: " Portfield, in the Pafifh of Newport Pagmll, in the " County of Buckingham." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill {hall « pafs?" It was refolved in the Affirmative. Hodie 3» vice leäa Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1794, 23 May 1794

    and enclofing the Lands and " Grounds lying and being in a certain Open and Com- " mon Field called Portfield, in the Parifh of Newport " Pagnell, in the County of Buckingham" " An Aft " for dividing, allotting, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    other elevated places. Portfield Camp was the fire or beacon station of Whalley . Suppose an insurrection arose at Ribchester which required additional troops from Overborough or Carlisle to suppress it, the signal was conveyed to Portfield by beacon fire, Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    Vicars. Those of Parker, of Browsholme ; Braddyll, of Portfield ; Nowell, of Read; Petre, of Dunkenhalgh; Holden , of Holden ; Starkie, of Huntroyde , and Twiston , Shuttleworth of Gawthorpe ; Halstead , of Rowley , represent the Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    execu¬ tion in the Hole-houses was March, 1537 . In the north aisle lie the remains of John Braddyll, of Portfield . A strange coincidence it is, that the last unfortunate Abbot of Whalley , and the great trafficker and Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    the Ale,* (see frontispiece) mentioned by Nicholas Assheton in his diary, and frequented by him with his cousins Braddyll, of Portfield ; Assheton, of Whalley Abbey ; Sir John Talbot , of Bashall ; and others. In the tower of Subscribers-only content

    Handbook of Whalley, 1884

    I have sometimes looked down from the pastures of Easterly upon the grassy rampart of the old Roman station at Portfield , upon the crumbling ruins of the Abbey , on the river's bank, and also- upon the modern buildings, Subscribers-only content

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