LevelCollection
Reference numberDDBR
TitleBraddyll of Portfield in Whalley
Extent22
Date1318-1773
DescriptionThe figures in brackets refer to the original numbering:-
DDBR 1. Accrington
DDBR 2. Bolland, Co.York
DDBR 3. Cumberland
DDBR 4. Downham
DDBR 5. Haslingden
DDBR 6. Lincolnshire
DDBR 7. London & Middlesex
DDBR 8. Miscellaneous
DDBR 9. Northamptonshire
DDBR 10. Oswaldtwistle
DDBR 11. Pardons & Liveries
DDBR 12. Pendleton
DDBR 13 Rentals
DDBR 14. Ribchester & Dutton
DDBR 15 Samlesbury
DDBR 16 Settlements, etc.
DDBR 17 Torver
DDBR 18 Whalley & Billington
DDBR 19 Whalley Abbey
DDBR 20 Wills
DDBR 21 Wiswall
DDBR 22 Worston
Background InformationThe Portfield estate was acquired by John Braddyll, of nearby Brockhall, in 1580 and it remained with his descendants, along with the rest of their Whalley properties, until it was sold to James Whalley of Clerk Hill (see Greenwood of Clerk Hill p. 220). The undermentioned documents are the only known surviving ones of this estate, having been preserved by a descendant of Richard Cottam, steward of the property in the mid-18th century.
Related materialSee also DDX 41 & DDX 336
CustodialHistoryThis collection, deposited by Arthur John Dixon Robinson, Esq., and Col.G.N.Robinson is part of the muniments of the Bradylls of Portfield. They were contained in a box on which was a note signed by Dixon Robinson: "This box and its contents were in the possession of the late Adam Cottam at the time of his death and they were given to me by William Whalley, Mr. Cottam's Executor - it is not known how they came into Mr. Cottam's possession". One Richard Cottam was steward of the Bradyll estates in the mid-18th Century.
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