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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Purley

    death of Nicholas Carew before 1485 Hyde Hall passed to one of his three sisters, Elizabeth the wife of Walter Twynho. Her son and grandson Edward and Anthony Twynho 95 held Hyde Hall successively 96 ; the latter died in

    Parishes Sawbridgeworth

    Azure a circular wreath twisted argent and sable with four hawks' bells or affixed thereto . Hyde Hall The manor of HYDE HALL , which occupies the tongue of land on the east of the Stort, is an interesting example

    Parishes Sandon

    rights seem to have descended with Gannock (q.v.). Olivers , known also as Hyde Hall , East End or Southall OLIVERS , known also as HYDE HALL, EAST END or SOUTHALL , was held of the Dean and Chapter of

    Parishes Sulham

    it is possible that it became incorporated. The whole may have formed part of the manor later known as Hyde Hall , situated in Purley , Sulham , Pangbourne and Whitchurch . 59 This estate followed the descent of the

    Parishes Abbot's Langley

    . 69 Alexander Annesley , a legal and political writer, after giving up his work in London retired to Hyde Hall and died there in 1813 . 70 Howard, Duke of Norfolk . Gules a bend between six crosslets fitchy

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, 01 January 1667-31 December 1668

    King, 135, 163, 588, 612, 635, 639. -, Royal presents of. See Royal presents. Jocelyn , Sir Robert, of Hyde Hall, co. Herts, discharge of Baronet fee, 214. Johncocke , John, 51 7. Johns , Nicholas, sub-collector of the diocese

    Entry Book, December 1667, 01 December 1667-31 December 1667

    168. Same to same for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due from Robert Jocelyn of Hyde Hall, co. Herts. Ibid , p. 169. Same to the Attorney General for a grant to James Lancashire of the

    Cecil Papers, Miscellaneous 1605, 01 January 1606-31 December 1606

    the cause I presume. Undated . Holograph. Endorsed: "1606." 1 p . ( 193. 22.) Hyde Hall. [1606. ] Land belonging to Hyde Hall in Hertfordshire, rated at 20 years purchase and being no racked land: First cost of house

    Index, H I

    Sir Michael, 241, 340, 344, 358, 379, 380. -, letter to, 373. Hickman (Hickmote), Anthony, 545, 577. Hide Hall [Hyde Hall ] . See Sawbridgeworth. Hie Rooding. See Roding, High. High Comm ission , Court of, for Causes Ecclesiastical, 12,

    Index, H I

    of, 21, 29, 37. Hycks. See Hicks. Hyde (Hide): Arthur, 203. Lawrence, M.P., on purveyance, 69. Sir Leonard, 428. Hyde Hall , (Herts.), 412. Hyde Park , 384, 417. Hyll. See Hill. Hynan , 8. Hythe (Hude), [Kent ] ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after lingering two hours, hil cornseqience of wvounds received inl ac- lion at Lagos, weest coast of Africa, Henry Hyde Hall, mate of H-MS. Niggt. youngest and only surviving son of Lieut. T. S. Halt, EN., aged 22-On the h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    caneideresble magnitude, and at no groat distance. From one past of tho town it appeared in thu direction of Hyde Hall, andi the first impresmlon was that thin mansion wee in flamea, but on approaching the spot from whanso the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in September, in connection with the World's Fair. It is satisfactory to learn that Mr. T. J. Mann, of Hyde Hall, Sawbridgeworth, Essex, has recaptured the monkeys whose escape was recently referred to. They were caught by snares cast from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOWV'N HUNT BALL. (FR()1 OUR OWN REPORTER.) slAT 1401t, a grand ball, given by the members of T'lt l)OiD Hlunt, caine off in the County Rooms and Caljrt llo~ts~C Downpatrick. Invitations had been hilsled to up)warrds of 700 ladies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Roden, Vis-. count Jocelni, and Baron Newport, of Newport, (County Tipperary, in the Peerage of Ireland; Baron Clsnbrassil, of Hyde Hall, in the Peerage of the united Ringdlon, a Baronet of England, was in his 82nd 5ecar, having been born Subscribers-only content

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