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A Topographical Dictionary of Wales
Broncastellan - Buckley Broncastellan (Bron-Castellan) BRONCASTELLAN ... recesses, exhibiting a variety of curious and beautiful petrifactions. Buckley BUCKLEY, in the parish of Hawarden,...
Map of Flintshire
Bretton, Broughton, Buckley, Buckley Mountain, Drury, Ewloe, Ewloe Green, Hawarden, Higher Kinnerton, Kinnerton Green, Little Mancot, Llong, Lower Kinnerton, Nant Mawr, Padeswood, Penyffordd, Penymynydd,
Map of Cheshire
Aston, Big Mancot, Buckley Mountain, Connah's Quay, Drury, Ewloe, Ewloe Green, Garden City, Hawarden, Higher Shotton, Little Mancot, Mancot Royal, New Brighton, Northop Hall, Queensferry, Sandycroft, Shotton, Wepre,
Map of Lancashire
Aintree, Buckley Hill, Fazakerley, Ford, Great Crosby, Kirkby, Litherland, Little Crosby, Melling, Melling Mount, Netherton, Orrell, Seaforth, Sefton, Thornton, Waddicar, Waterloo, Westvale, L10 8, L29 1, L9 7, L30 2,
Map of Cheshire
Broughton, Buckley, Burton Green, Golly, Higher Kinnerton, Honkley, Hope, Kinnerton Green, Leeswood, Llong, Lower Kinnerton, Nant Mawr, Padeswood, Penyffordd, Penymynydd, Pontblyddyn, Pontybodkin, Prenbrigog,
Map of Warwickshire
Buckley Green, Danzey Green, Ullenhall, B95 5, B94 5
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629
House of Commons Journal Volume 1 09 December 1549 Lunae, 9 Decembris Leave of Absence. It is licensed to Mr. Buckley, Kt. of the Shire of Anglesey, to depart to his House. Rebellions. The Bill for Rebellions.
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 5
estate appears to have been BUCKLEY. It was owned by a family or families surnamed after it. 39 A Geoffrey de Buckley, living about 1300, made various ... of Buckley. Sable a cheveron between...
Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 1, 1574-1660
accounts. Debt from Lieut. Buckley. Being informed of Capt. Hilton's intention ... that Lieut. Buckley be entrusted with a declaration to be publicly read