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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILDYARD, Henry (1610-74), of Winestead, Yorks. and East Horsley, Surr.

    Winestead, Yorks. and East Horsley, Surr. Constituency Dates Hedon 30 July 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Yorks. (E. Riding) 1634-?43, Lincs. (Lindsey) June 1660-d., Surr. 1666-d.; col. of militia ft. Yorks. to 1642; commr. of array, Yorks. 1642, assessment, Surr. Aug.

    AGMONDESHAM, John I (c.1511-73), of Rowbarns, East Horsley, Surr.

    (c.1511-73), of Rowbarns, East Horsley, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 1571 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. from 1554, Surr. and Suss. from c.1559; commr. musters, Surr. 1569. Biography Agmondesham must have owed his parliamentary seat to his neighbours the Howards of Effingham,

    AGMONDESHAM, John II (c.1543-98), of Rowbarns, East Horsley, Surr.

    (c.1543-98), of Rowbarns, East Horsley, Surr. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1586 Christchurch 1593 Bossiney 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Surr. 1575. Ofifces Held Bencher, M. Temple by 1579, Autumn reader 1579, Lent reader 1589. Biography Agmondesham was a puritan lawyer, with chambers

    CURRIE, William (1756-1829), of East Horsley Park, Surr.

    (1756-1829), of East Horsley Park, Surr. Constituency Dates Gatton 1790 151796 Winchelsea 1796 151802 Biography Currie’s father came from Berwick-upon-Tweed and was a banker at 29 Cornhill; Currie succeeded to his partnership. The bank was listed in the London directory

    STOUGHTON, Laurence (1554-1615), of Stoughton, Surr.

    He then married a lady whose stepfather, William Hammond†, was a leading Guildford citizen, and gave them land at East Horsley, Surrey; Rayleigh, Essex; and Billingshurst, Sussex. A seventeenth-century member of the family estimated that Stoughton’s marriage brought him between

    HAMMOND, William (by 1525-75), of Guildford, Surr.

    Guildford. He inherited from his father the manor of Apps Court, Walton-on-Thames, and from his mother a manor at East Horsley and another at West Molesey. After 1549 he acquired the rectory of Cobham, which he was to sell in

    CURRIE, John (1797-1873), of Essendon, nr. Hatfield, Herts. and 14 Hill Street, Berkeley Square, Mdx.

    his partnership in the bank (Lefevre, Curries, Yallowby and Raikes, later Curries, Raikes and Company), bought Surrey property at East Horsley and Gatton, and was Member for the latter borough, 1790-1796, and for Winchelsea, 1796-1802. His next brother Mark Currie

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