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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eyford

    499. C.P. 25(1)/78/75/482. Chron. Evesham (Rolls Ser.), 300; cf. ibid. 296, recording the acquisition of tenements 'de Heyfordesplace' in Hidcote Bartrim from Hugh Beysyn. S.C. 6/Hen. VIII/ 4047 mm. 36-37. L. & P. Hen . VIII , xvi, p. 271;

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    178 Heythrop Hunt , 1, 48, 55 Hicks , John, Vicar of Gt. Barrington , 24; Mary, see Compere Hidcote Bartrim , see Mickleton Hide , the, see Maugersbury ; Hide Mill , see Maugersbury , mills Higford , Agnes,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, M

    in Ramsey ] , Essex, 381. Mickfield , Mekylfeld, Suff., 947. Mickleham , Miklam, Surrey, 712. Mickleton , Glos., Hidcote Bartrim in, 296. Middelmore , Middilmore, Myddylmore, John, gent., of King's Norton, 529. -, Thomas, 626. Middelton , Myddelton, Mydelton, Subscribers-only content

    Index, H,I

    Stratfieldsaye, Hants, manor, 20. Hibaldstow , Hailbalested, Hilbaldested, Lincs, 340, 389 (xvii). Hicchyn. See Hitchin. Hichehurst , John, 753. Hidcote Bartrim , Hydecote Bertram [in Mickleton ] , Glos., 296. Hide , Hidepark. See Hyde. Higford. See Hugford. Higham [Gobion Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yelling (comprising the parishes of Yelling and Toseland), Huntingdon ; Mickleton (com- prising the parishes of Mickleton, Clopton, and Hidcote Bartrim), Gloucester. Admiralty, Jau. o. In accordance with the provisions of her Majesty's Order in CouncU of the 22d February, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davis! Bourton-on-the-Hill, 2nd. Messrs. Hutchings and Deer offered two special prizes for tegs in the wool. Mr B Baldwyn, Hidcote Bartrim, took Ist; Mr. H Davia' Bourton-on-the-Hill. 2nd. Mr. Holtom, Blockley Downs, waa highly commended. The judges were Measrß. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE STATE OF IRELAND The prisoner arrested in connection with the Moon- light outrage near Crnsheen lies in a precarious state in Ennis gaol. It is stated he intends to turn Queen's evidence, ond has already given important information. Subscribers-only content

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