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  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, Annuities, 01 December 1716-31 December 1717

    Crouch, same time, 300 l. ; Stephen Cross and Thomas Gregory, same time, 280 l. ; Peter Merrick and Thomas Hall, same time, 240 l. ; John Harvey, John Bowles, John Mercer, Daniel Race and August Munford, same time, 500

    Extracts from the Accounts, Deans of Guild, 1555-6

    Richard Plumbar, iij li Item to Maister Alexander Logy, iij li Item, to Allane Purves, iij li Item, to Thomas Hall, xl s Item, to Thomas Watsoun, glassinwricht, for his yeris fie, iiij li Item, for my awin fie and

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1552-3

    serjands and Thomas Hall, jevellor, for thair yule fee, xxj li Item, to thame for thair Pasche fee, x li x s Item, to thame for thair Sanct Gelis fee, x li x s Item, to Thomas Hall for the

    Entry Book, Appendix I

    bart. 500 0 0 8 Sir Roger Hill 3,000 0 0 9 Sir William Walter, bart. 2,000 0 0 Thomas Hall, esq. 00 0 0 10 Sir Jno. Pye, bart. 400 0 0 12 Mris. Kath. Hyde 300 0 0

    LUKE, John

    John LUKE John LUKE Biography Name John LUKE Gender Male Primary occupation medical (Oculist) Period of medical practice 1551-1600 Date of death 1600 Address Lived Erith. Died in Mr Best's house in The Stocks 1600 Other notes L (restricted)

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tunworth

    1728 . 35 He apparently died soon afterwards, however, for Thomas Hall was the patron in 1732 . 36 The manor and advowson continued in possession of Thomas Hall until 1760, in which year he sold them to Samuel Prince,

    Teddington Manors

    , who had since died, for 21 years. 19 In 1583 Thomas Hall , in 1586 and 1589 Abraham H all , and in 1592 and 1598 Thomas Hall , were farmers of the rectory. 20 The subleasing of the

    Parishes Baxterley

    Merevale, a manor of Baxterley is found in the hands of the family of Hall in the 18th century. Thomas Hall was patron of the church in 1732 , 29 and members of the family seem to have sold the

    Hospitals St John the Baptist , Wootton Bassett

    Langley , replaced 1342. 12 John of Badby , presented 1342. 13 Roger of Walton , presented 1353. 14 Thomas Hall , died 1380. 15 John Burgeys, presented 1380. 16 Thomas Wroughton , presented before 1403. 17 E 42/AS 377.

    Parishes Bubbenhall

    in 1717 her son Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield , with Thomas Wrenn and Elizabeth, Martha Smyth , widow, Thomas Hall , and Robert Mease conveyed the manor of Bubbenhall to William Bromley , 37 in whose family it has

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Q. Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Bradford, holy Martyr.

    at Pembroke hall. The most miserable hard har-ted vnthankfull sinner.Iohn Bradford.¶ An other letter of M. Bradford to Sir Thomas Hall and Father Traues of Blakeley.THe grace of God our most mercifull father, kepe your mynd and soule in Christ

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    the next that cōmeth, I will God willyng send the premisses to you, and a goodly Testament for Sir Thomas Hall which is at the bindyng. But be not acknowen that I haue now written to you, for so I

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    for sufficit sua diei afflictio, we are more set by then many sparowes. But if my Mother, or Sir Thomas Hall murmure at it, or be offended with me, as you can, remedy it with your counsaile. Howbeit, as yet

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne. Accusers. Parties accused. Crimes obiected. RogerDods ofBurford, byhis oth wascōpelled tovtter thesepersōs herenamed. Syr IohnDrury Vi-care of Windrishe inWorceter-shyre The crime agaynstthis sir Iohn Dru-ry was, for that, whēRoger Dods

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.The wife of Thomas Wydemore, daugh-ter of Roger House, of Hychenden,Olde Wydmores wife, sister to Iohn Phipof Hychenden.For reading the Bible in Englishe.For reading of thebible, in Robert Bur-Iohn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. Daniti (y mser presenol), D~vid Jones, St. Iellens; Thomas Phillips, ie., L, Tulloch, Dr. Jabez Thomas,: John Cady, Thomas Hall. Wyth o bersonau toilwng o'r anrhydedd. Derbriiodd Mr. Davies yr anrhydedd ar ddiweddiad ei fiwyddyn lafarus a llwyddianllus fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aoddi y Bwrdd. Mrs. Annie Griffith (Y) 1371 Mr. Wm. Thomas (t) 133# Mr. Peter Jones (Y) 1170 Mr. Thomas Hall (Y) 978 Prebenday Williams (E) 967 Mr. Thomas Griffith (E) 9'2 Rev. J. H. Prothroe (E) 846 Mr. William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a nuritan and a fanatical preacher, the other like a cavalier and a well-bred gentleman of the old school. Thomas Hall seems to rike offence at whatever is supposed or intended to give pleasure, shudders (with learned Mr. Pryn) at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wright Mr. Jasper Judge Mr. Robert Adams Mr. F. A. Asigero Mr. John Watson Mr. R. B. Stanynought Mr. Thomas Hall, sen. Mr. JamesWatson Mr. Wm. Mills Mr. Thomas Anderson Mr. George Whelham L. Blanchard, Esq. M-Spicer Mr. Charles Rosser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUICIDE OF AN OLD PEscIONE1.-Some days ago an inquest was held at the Prince's Head, Princes street, Westminster, on Thomas Hall, aged 53, a Chelsea pensioner, who committed suicide. The deceased had been nearly 30 years in the army, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALL, Francis (by 1476-1534), of Grantham, Lincs.

    its origins must be regarded as uncertain, what is clear is that by the close of the 15th century Thomas Hall had become one of the leading men of Grantham. He lived in an imposing town house which, partially rebuilt,

    HALL, Thomas II (by 1488-1550), of Huntingdon and Coleby, Lincs.

    receiver, Exchequer, Lincs. by 1537; receiver-gen. attainted lands, Lincs., Notts. and Rutland Mar. 1538; steward, Huntingdon at d. Biography Thomas Hall had many contemporary namesakes from whom he can generally, but not always, be distinguished by the suffixes ‘esquire’ and

    HALL, Thomas I (by 1475-1511/19), of Ipswich, Suff.

    clerk of peace 1498-9, 1506-8, member of the Twenty-Four by 1509; comptroller of customs, port of Ipswich 1509. Biography Thomas Hall was probably the younger son of an Essex mercer who owned property in Ipswich and whose own father was

    WEBBE, William I (by 1508-c.47), of Huntingdon.

    duchy of Lancaster borough Huntingdon might have been expected to return at least one nominee, and the senior Member, Thomas Hall II, appears to answer this description. If the town was able to claim the second seat for itself, Webbe

    SITWELL, Francis (?1776-1813), of Barmoor Castle, Northumb.

    SITWELL, Francis (?1776-1813), of Barmoor Castle, Northumb. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 19 Apr. 1803 221806 Ofifces Held Maj. Loyal Berwick vols. 1803. Biography Sitwell’s father, Francis Hurt, inherited the immense wealth of his kinsmen the Sitwells in 1776, and in

 

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