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Map of Banffshire
Auchenhalrig, Braes of Enzie, Bridge of Tynet, Broadley, Clochan, Dipple, Fochabers, Mosstodloch, Muir of Lochs, Newlands of Tynet, Newton, Orbliston, Ordiequish, IV32 7, AB56 5
Map of Elginshire
Arradoul, Auchenhalrig, Bogmoor, Bridge of Tynet, Broadley, Buckie, Garmouth, Kingston, Mains of Tannachy, Nether Dallachy, Newlands of Tynet, Newton, Portgordon, Seatown, Slackhead, Spey Bay, Upper Dallachy, AB56 5,
Map of Lancashire
Boarsgreave, Broadley, Cheesden, Edenfield, Facit, Healey, Millgate, Norden, Rain Shore, Red Lumb, Shawclough, Shawfield, Shawforth, Shuttleworth, Turn, Whitworth, Wolstenholme, BB4 7, OL12 8, OL12 7, BL0 0, OL11 5,
Map of Essex
Aimes Green, Broadley Common, Broxbourne, Bumble's Green, Bury Green, Cheshunt, Churchgate, Copthall Green, Epping Green, Flamstead End, Holyfield, Kingsmoor, Lower Nazeing, Nazeing, Nazeing Gate, Turnford, Upshire, Wormley,
Map of Hertfordshire
Brays Grove, Broadley Common, Bumble's Green, Eastend, Epping Green, Great Parndon, Hailey, Halls Green, Hare Street, Harlow, Hoddesdon, Katherines, Kingsmoor, Latton Bush, Little Parndon, Lower Nazeing, Mark Hall
A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 1, the City of Kingston Upon Hull
it seems to have been acquired by R. C. Broadley. 56 The third share ... to have been acquired by R. C. Broadley. 64 Of the remaining third share, the sixth part ... it to Thomas Broadley in 1768...
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 8
Broadley common to meet another at the eastern parish boundary as Parndon ... Hamlet settlement in the later 18th century was mainly round Broadley ... the hamlet. 20 In the early 19th century Broadley...
Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857: Volume 4, York Diocese
337v). John Broadley 1 M.A. 1601-1626. Coll. 26 Nov. 1601 (Inst. AB 3 f.
A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4
it was bought by the Rev. G. F. Barlow. 118 The next purchaser, Peter Broadley ... and F. Greggs, 120 possibly trustees for the Broadley family, since Robert Broadley and his wife Ann transferred...
A History of the County of York East Riding: Volume 7, Holderness Wapentake, Middle and North Divisions
trustees sold it to C. E. Broadley in 1805. Broadley (d. 1809) already owned 377 a. at Dowthorpe, 37 and in 1836 his son C. B. Broadley sold ... was succeeded by his son Isaac, who sold the 377-a...