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Brereley, a history of Brierley

Michael Richard Watson

Brereley, a history of Brierley

by Michael Richard Watson

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Published by [The Author] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brierley (Yorkshire, England),
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8475881M
    ISBN 100950524301
    ISBN 109780950524306
    OCLC/WorldCa2857148

    In Domesday Book () and in the Pipe Rolls of the reign of Henry II., York appears throughout as Everwich or Eurwic, and Yorkshire as Everwichscir or Eurvic- scyre; Layamon, not liking Danish barbarisms, always refers to it as Eouerwike or Euerwic, while Euerwik, Euerwyc, Euerwyk and Euxuerwic are the spellings of the name in the metrical. _ History of Oldham (), p gives the following account of the family:—'* James Hopwood, of Bent-brow, gentleman, living in , said to have been son of Robert or Ralph Hopwood, of Rhodes-green, near Middleton, who married Alice Langley, of ‘Horsedge, before , and this Mr. Hopwood, of Rhodes-green, is described as a younger.

    Grindleton is a village and civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of the English county of Lancashire, formerly in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Its 3, acres sit within the Forest of Bowland. The population of the civil ward taken at the census was Grindleton - WikiMili, The Free E. THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE Their Origin and Development by The Rev. A. T. BANNISTER, M.A. All the profits of Hereford be given to the Red Cross this publication will Branch of the Society. I Printed for the Author THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE Their Origin and Development by.

    DATA BASE SEARCHES “Surnames in Databases” Will take some time to load.   Thank you! I’ve been grappling with Anne Hutchinson for almost 40 years. Her contribution to history is cemented, but historians both secular & Christian have gone back and forth on just WHAT it was. The Antinomian Controversy book suggested to me by a Puritan scholar for my research is pages so it might take a while for me to figure it.


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Brereley, a history of Brierley by Michael Richard Watson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brierley (/ ˈ b r aɪ. ər l i /) is a small town and former civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, civil parish was abolished in The settlement is tightly clustered and green buffered on a modest escarpment close to the border with West Yorkshire, it is almost wholly in population south of the A road, and is less than 2 miles (3 km) to Country: England.

Brererley A history of Brierley. Watson. Harrison. / revised PREFACE. These notes on the history of the area have been collected over a period of about fifteen was not, however, until reading R.

's book, in November,that I realised the important role that the Manor of Brierley, or Brereley as it was more usually spelt, had played in the history.

History. It is believed the name Grimethorpe originates from "Grim's Torp", a mixture of Anglo-Saxon and Viking names, meaning a torp or hamlet owned by a Viking named Grimey.

Grimethorpe is at the foot of the hill upon which is the village of fact, Grimethorpe was likely named such as a Norse farm built close to Brierley olitan borough: Barnsley. Brierley (pronounced as "bry"-"early") is a Brereley and former civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, civil parish was abolished in The town, situated close to the border with West Yorkshire, is at the south of the A road, and is less than 2 miles (3 km) to the south-west of Hemsworth.

The civil parish of Brierley contains the large pit OS grid a history of Brierley book SE Early History of the Brierley family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Brierley research.

Another 75 words (5 lines of text) covering the years, and are included under the topic Early Brierley History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. In the Domesday Book, Brierley is referred to as 'Brerelia' in the wapentake of Staincross.

The actual Domesday Book spelling is 'Breselia' but all ensuing documents use 'Brerelia' as the correct form. Later, this name became 'Brereley', then Brearley from which we get one of our modern pronunciations.

^ a b Brereley - A History of Brierley, by M. Watson & M. Harrison, First EditionReprintedAnchor Press, Barnsley Road, Cudworth [3] ^ Brereley - A History of Brierley, by M.

Watson & M. Harrison, First EditionReprintedAnchor Press, Barnsley Road, Cudworth [4] ^. BRERELEY or BRIERLEY, ROGER (–), divine and poet, was born on 4 Aug.at Marland, then a hamlet in the parish of Rochdale, where Thomas Brereley, his father, and Roger, his grandfather, were farmers.

The name is spelled in many ways, but it seems best to adhere to the form which constantly recurs in the Rochdale baptismal. Photograph on the right shows Brierley Gap before the road was extended - date unknown There were quite a few Hoylands in the district from this date and further information on the family can be seen in Richard Watson - Mary Harrison’s book Brereley a history of Brierley.

Indeed, there is a record of a Miss Sarah Hoyland born in who. Early History of the Brearley family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Brearley research. Another 75 words (5 lines of text) covering the years, and are included under the topic Early Brearley History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.

Please join us as we celebrate the life of Mary. Due to the coronavirus outbreak we are having to wait to have the Church service of celebration for Mary's life.

We therefore hope to share stories, memories and photos through this site. There will be a short funeral service onMonday 6th April at. En la Domesday Book, Brierley estas referita kiel "Brerelia" en la ŭapentake de Staincross. La fakta Domesday Book-literumo estas "Breselia" sed ĉiuj rezultintaj dokumentoj utiligas "Brerelia" kiel la ĝustan formon.

[3] Poste, tiu nomo iĝis "Brereley", tiam Brearley de kiuj ni ricevas unu el niaj modernaj elparoloj.

There is a transcription of a Brierley Manor Court Roll on the Brierley Yorkshire England web site at http:/ / in the on line booklet ‘Brereley a History of Brierley'. Many of the court rolls for Brierley Manor are in the Savile of Rufford. The Grindletonians were a small nonconformist Christian dissenting sect founded at Grindleton in the early part of the 17th century.

The group's leader was Roger Brearley (or Brierley, Brereley) (–), a curate who worked at Grindleton, Kildwick and beliefs of the sect are unclear, but seem to have included Antinomianism, anti-clericalism and the concept of an earthly y: England.

The Grindletonians were a small nonconformist Christian dissenting sect founded at Grindleton in the early part of the 17th century. The group's leader was Roger Brearley (or Brierley, Brereley) (–), a curate who worked at Grindleton, Kildwick and Burnley.

Rather than support for Brereley's cause being strengthened in a second edition of A Bundle, the wording was instead toned down for the version of the book actually issued in It follows that whoever was behind the publication of A Bundle not only put errors right at the proof stage but decided that the wording of the ‘Epistle’ needed Author: Oliver Pickering.

There was also a Laurence de Darlaston who was married to Katherine. Their names are included in an agreement made in for the sale of 30 acres of meadow in Brereley (Brierley), Coseley for £ (Volume 11 of the William Salt collections).

There is a Lady Well mentioned at Brierley in Richard Watson's own online Booklet, Brereley, a History of Brierley. 3 Earthworks The disposition of a series of major linear earthworks (shown on the map - see sidebar links) within the region, in particular the Aberford Dykes and Grim's Ditch, are considered to have possible associations with.

J. BRERELEY, JOHN.[See Anderton, James.]. BRERELEY or BRIERLEY, ROGER (–), divine and poet, was born on 4 Aug. at Marland, then a hamlet in the parish of Rochdale, where Thomas Brereley, his father, and Roger, his grandfather, were name is spelled in many ways, but it seems best to adhere to the form which constantly recurs in the Rochdale.

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More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. The group’s leader was Roger Brearley (or Brierley, Brereley) (–), a curate who worked at Grindleton, Kildwick and Burnley.

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