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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Protestant nonconformity

    ', with a number of the local clergy, including Philip Taverner , vicar of Hillingdon , Richard Goodgroom, and Robert Hall , perpetual curate of Colnbrook (Bucks.). 58 Later the same year Edward Backhouse was ordered to appear before Quarter

    The sixteenth century Parliamentary Representation

    outside nominees. Dudley obtained the election in 1563 of Nicholas Bacon and presumably also that of the second member, Robert Hall , and Richard Topcliffe in 1572 and Robert Wrote in 1584 may also have owed their seats to him.

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity

    Three years later John Deacon 's long ministry of nearly 40 years ended with his death. His epitaph, by Robert Hall , is on the north wall of the chapel. He was succeeded by no less eminent and successful a

    Over Local government

    reeve was occasionally recorded. In 1565 some tenants were presented for breaking hedges and destroying crops. 61 Before 1274 Robert Hall held view of frankpledge for his tenants at Over , though by no known warrant; he shortly gave it

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Protestant nonconformity

    , Vicar of Hillingdon , together with other local clergy, including Robert Hall , Perpetual Curate of Colnbrook (Bucks.), engaged in a public dispute with Quakers at West Drayton . 67 Although both Taverner and Thomas Godbolt of St. Margaret's

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, May 1664, 01 May 1664-31 May 1664

    of TREASURY MINUTES. Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. May 11 Royal warrant for a grant to Robert Hall of the office of Comptroller of Customs in the port of Chester, Beaumaris and Liverpool. Treasury Outletters Customs I.

    Entry Book, May 1666, 01 May 1666-31 May 1666

    Warrant from Treasurer Southampton to the Customs Farmers to pay the fee of 61 l. per an . to Robert Hall for his place as Customer of Chichester port: as by letters patent of 1664, Oct. 18. Ibid , p.

    XXXVI, A second instrument regarding the perpetual chantry (1487)

    day of the month of July, the year of God one thousand four hundred and eighty-seven, before these witnesses, Robert Hall of Fowlbar, William Schaw, Henry Burrell, Archibald Herbertson, and Thomas Hodgis, burgesses and citizens of the said city of

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Bishopsgate Ward

    25 Hughe Bullocke ( £ 8) 8 Robert Mason ( £ 20) 20 John Bearden ( £ 3) 3 Robert Hall ( £ 6) 6 John Adline ( £ 20) 20 Robert Mudesley ( £ 30) 30 Roger Preston (

    Yorkshire Fines, 1571

    near Harlesey. John Lacye, esq. John Migeley and Edward Migeley and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with land in Mygeley. Robert Hall, gent. Walter Paslewe, gent. Messuage and a cottage with lands in Kyghley and Kyghleymore. Thomas Midelton, gent. William Plumpton,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Wife to John Watkins . William Southwike, Esquire. William Southcote , Esquire. Ralph Constantine , Gentleman. Arthur Troffote, Esquire. Robert Hall , Knight, slain in that Church. Sir Richard Rouse , Knight. Sir Jeffrey Maundevil, Earl of Essex , and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bob chwap yn edrych beth yw hi o'r gloch, er mwyn tynu allan y watch newydd, dylai hwnw, chwedl Robert Hall, gael ei rwymo wrth gyn- ffon y ddraig goch fawr, a'i chwipio o amgylch v gor- oran isaf. Ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ceel rhyhndd h digonol o berthynas i'r cybuddiadau, a thaflodd yr achos allan. cfdi Y mae cofadail i'r diweddar Robert Hall i gael ei d chodi yn )eicester, yr hon sydd i fod yn werth 100%p. . Y mae Iarll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei feddwl rai o Ficeriaid Uchel-eglwysig Cymru yn cyhoeddi vn gefnogol a chysurlawn uwchben Jo. nathan Edwards, Phillip Doddridge, Robert Hall, neu Henry Rees, nad oeddynt yn bell iawn oddiwrth gyffiniau teyrnas nefoedd," ac yn eu " traddodi " fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn bechodaa ys. lo geler, a meddwl fod y system fllwrol yma sydd yn id cyniwys fel y dywedai Robert Hall, a reversal of all the laws of morality, eyfundrefn sydd yn hjni n- fod rhyw angenrheidrwydd politicaidd yn bod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hy peth na Cleyddirnt!acbs creddglwYtrae. lawed dd; jawna o.ddynion bacbnd bach, yr, -ai eo ieneiD4,,. au fel' y dywedodd Robert Hall, "i blisgyn ,onee ^ , -r,;baidgofiuwnaobo iiynop;ytwb Utn tw1py&onide- ro l diangaint ddiyno"ymfostlkngoni hyyhneb dde1,~- i If~ a"mae~yn daebyg,{ Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALL, Robert.

    lord keeper’s son to the senior seat, and presumably nominated a man of his own choice to the other.A Robert Hall of Waltham Cross, Essex, made his will 4 July 1580 (proved 8 Nov. 1583), mentioning a land transaction entered

    HALL, Robert I (by 1475-1536), of Ore, Suss.

    1512-13; bailiff to Yarmouth 1514; commr. subsidy, Hastings 1514, sewers, Suss. 1515. Biography Like his father, Robert Hall was usually styled ‘esquire’, and his first marriage was calculated to enhance his social standing: although she does not appear in the

    HALL, Robert II (by 1497-1565), of York.

    1529-30, master 1536-8; senior chamberlain 1532-3, sheriff 1533-4, member of the Twenty-Four 1534, alderman 1538-d., mayor 1541-2, 1557-8. Biography Robert Hall came of a minor family of Yorkshire gentry. The pedigree is confused but Hall appears to have been the

    NORTH, John (by 1495-1558), of York.

    1549 on a deputation from York seeking to protect guild property from confiscation. As Members for York he and Robert Hall II seem to have been chiefly concerned with the promotion of the city’s economic welfare, but in the first

    THACKER, John (by 1520-56/57 or later), of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

    not appear.[footnote]The last references found to Thacker date from about 1556. Shortly before February of that year he sued Robert Hall of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, for a debt of £10 18s., and about the same time he bought two messuages in


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