Synonyms for bromham or Related words with bromham
Examples of "bromham"
In Anglo-Saxon times the manor was held, in the reign of Edward the Confessor, by Earl Harold Godwinson. Under the Normans there were two manors covering
Hall, later called
House, the manor house of
Roches, stood to the east of the Devizes Road; it was burnt by Royalist troops in May 1645, during the Civil War.
Lake is a 10.9 hectare Local Nature Reserve east of
in Bedfordshire. It is owned and managed by Bedford Borough Council.
has a village shop and a family butcher's shop.
The small village of Chittoe is about north of
. The area was a detached tithing of the ancient parish of Bishops Cannings until 1883 when Chittoe became a separate civil parish, taking some land from
; in 1934 the parish was merged into
(born 20 July 1957 in Skewen), is a retired Welsh stunt man.
is the current World Record holder of the motorbike jump obstacle record, having jumped over 18 double decker buses on 29 August 1983.
and Rowde Halt was the railway station serving
and Rowde in Wiltshire, England. The station was a stop on the Devizes Branch Line, between Seend and Devizes
died at Brentwood Hospital of bronchopneumonia in 1965 and was cremated.
Sir John Roches (c.1333-1400), of
, Wiltshire, was an English politician.
(20 December 1880 – 15 March 1965) was an Australian feminist and temperance activist.
Football Club was founded in 1897 by Harry Amor and Arthur Powney.
She married Edward Baynton, of
, Wiltshire, on 18 January 1531. They would have three children.
Spye Park is about two miles (3 km) to the north of
village in Wiltshire.
All songs arranged and produced by Andrew Ridgeley and Gary
, unless noted otherwise.
Edward Bayntun (c.1520 – 1593), of
and Rowden, Wiltshire, was an English politician.
, Carlton, Chellington, Farndish, Felmersham, Harrold, Odell, Pavenham, Podington, Sharnbrook, Souldrop, Stagsden, Stevington, Thurleigh, Turvey
Bayntun died at the age of about 50 and was buried at
on 10 November 1672.
Sir James Stumpe (by 1519-63), of Malmesbury and
, Wiltshire, was an English clothier and Member of Parliament.
Box, Bradford on Avon,
, Chippenham, Devizes, Great Bedwyn, Heytesbury, Hilperton, Lacock, Luckington, Shrewton, Steeple Ashton, Trowbridge, Warminster
The churchyard has the grave of Irish poet Thomas Moore, who had long resided at Sloperton Cottage, north of
Nonsuch House, north of
village on the road from Melksham, is from the early 18th century.
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