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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broom

    his wife , who conveyed it in 1786 to Thomas Burne , jun. 20 In 1822 Thomas Hill the younger and Thomas Hill his son were holding it, 21 and about 1852 22 it passed to the Earl of Dudley

    Harrow , including Pinner Charities for the poor

    was invested and the interest was thereafter consolidated with Franklin's gift, the combined charity being called Elige's. In 1849 Thomas Hill , a Pinner farmer, gave £200 stock, the interest on which was to be distributed annually in blankets to

    Parishes Shuttington

    by other deponents who stated that, although possibly distinct once, the two parishes were then one. 42 In 1653 Thomas Hill , a Nonconformist minister, became vicar of the sequestrated vicarage of Orton in Leicestershire . At the Restoration his

    Enmore Manors and other estates View of Enmore Castle , 1783

    but it was held by William Hastings in 1405 . In 1455 Barford was held of Enmore manor by Thomas Hill , and by 1475 had passed to Thomas Plush . 62 Margaret Plush , possibly daughter of the last,

    Hospitals St John and St Katherine , Heytesbury

    , appointed 1646. 28 Horatius Franklyn , occurs from 1648 to 1655 . 31 James Hely, occurs 1660. 31 Thomas Hill , appointed 1660, 30 occurs to 1671. 31 Richard Watson, appointed 1671, 30 occurs to 1679. 31 Joseph Kelsey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had seen the prisoner frequently in the lane, and knew him tobe a reputed thief. The prisoner was committed. Thomas Hill, driver of the hackney-chariot No. 53, was charged with demanding more' than his fare from a Mlr Tremayne, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Egan, 637.. J. Williams charged with stealing a cash-box from the premises of W. Merchant, 6 51 . Thomas Hill, driver of a hackney-coach, charged with demanding more than his fare, 651..Sarah Walters charged with stealing two shirts, 651.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. at Bread street hill, the Rev. Johl Butler Sanders, MA. aged 74. On Monday, Laura, fourth daughter of Thomas Hill, Esq. of Harleyford place, Kenninngton common. On the 11th inst. at Kennington, in his 59th year, Mir Thomas Williams, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    new Commission VI. in the Market. 3. Gallery of Literary Characters. No. 11. On Manners, Fashion, and Things LI. Thomas Hill, Esq. Authorof the in general. A work in Two Chap- - Mirror of Fashion," with a full- ters. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parish." Verdict on Thomas Hill, the idiot-" By the visitation of God he came to his death; but the jurors are of opinion that it proper nutriment had been sup- plied to the said Thomas Hill, he might have existed Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILL, Thomas (by 1500-57), of Gray's Inn, London, Worcester and White Ladies Aston, Worcs.

    Worcester 1536 Heytesbury Oct. 1553 Worcester Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Town clerk, Worcester by Sept. 1536-?d. Biography Thomas Hill, whose origin and family connexions might seem to be traceable from the names of his wife and children as given in

    ASTLEY, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (1687-1771), of Patshull, Staffs. and Everley, Wilts.

    on the Tory interest at Shrewsbury in 1747, and at the by-election for the borough in 1749 he supported Thomas Hill. In March 1752 he took his son-in-law, Anthony Langley Swymmer, to Paris to meet the Young Pretender about a

    MORE, Robert (1703-80), of Linley Hall, Salop.

    candidate at the forthcoming general election.[footnote] The next day, at a meeting of the mayor and corporation, More and Thomas Hill were unanimously adopted. They were backed by Lord Powis, leader of the Shropshire Whigs, and by the Tories, and

    HILL, Noel (1745-89), of Tern, Salop.

    of Shrewsbury 1778-9. Biography Lord Powis wrote to the Duke of Newcastle, 18 July 1761, that Thomas Hill was extremely solicitous for his son to be made a gentleman-usher and secretary to the Queen-‘he is a good scholar and master

    DEE, Hugh (by 1493-1529/30), of Worcester.

    that the vacancy was filled by John Hillesley (q.v.) is a mistaken one. What is more likely is that Thomas Hill, who in September 1536 was described by the city authorities as ‘late one of our citizens of the Parliament’,


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