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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Whittington WHITTINGTON TUNSTALL IREBY

    held the manor of West Hall of Sir John Hudleston , whose heir Richard (grandson) was under age; Pal. of Lanc. Plea R. 100, m. 1. A settlement of the manor of Whittington or West Hall was made by Richard

    Blackford Blackford in 1839

    Street and Sparkes Well were named in the 17th c entury. 9 The two main farmsteads, East Hall and West Hall , stand next to each other east of the church, the former of the later 17th century, the latter

    Parishes Woburn

    is occupied by service corridors, stores, kitchens, & c. In the west range a principal corridor opens into the West Hall , which occupies the centre of the range, and looks out into the park towards an ornamental lake and

    Hospitals St Julian , or God's House, Winchester

    royal seal having been lost. 2 These gifts included a rent of two marks on the house known as West Hall , in which Gervase lived; eight houses and various plots of land in the town and suburb; a house

    Archaeology The Beaker Period BEAKER PERIOD Daggers

    , 93, 96. Three beakers found nr. Thames in Surr. confirm the Thames -side distribution: Ham (L.M. unpublished); ' West Hall Rd., Kew Gdns.' ( Antiq. Jnl . xii. 170, pl. xxxiii (2 b )); Oatlands Park , Walton-on-Thames (

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAFE, Thomas II (c.1642-1701), of West Hall, Folke, Dorset.

    (c.1642-1701), of West Hall, Folke, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset 1670-June 1688, Nov. 1688-96, 1700-d.; commr. for assessment 1673-80, 1689-90, recusants 1675; freeman, Lyme Regis 1683; dep. lt. Dorset 1685-May 1688, Oct. 1688-96, 1701-d.; alderman, Bridport

    APPLEBY, Thomas (d.1413), of Southampton.

    he then retired from direct royal employment.The most important of Appleby’s Southampton properties, and no doubt his dwelling, was West Hall in French Street, which he had leased from the hospital of St. Julian since 1383 at an annual rent

    MIDDLETON, Thomas (d 1428/9), of Southampton.

    in the wool trade, and when, in 1407, it was decided that the wool beam should be moved from West Hall, because the customers were unable to see the 'Woolbridge' from there, a royal inquiry established that Middleton's new house

    TRUSSELL, Sir John (c.1349-1424), of Gayton, Northants.

    derived from the manors of Theddingworth, Littlethorpe, Peatling Magna, Fleckney, Holt and Bringhurst in Leicestershire and of Gayton, Hothorpe, West Hall (in East Carlton), Drayton and Flore in Northamptonshire. Although he may well have been slightly under age at the

    BELLERS, James (d.1421), of Melton Mowbray and Somerby, Leics.

    seem that Bellers’s marriage had also brought him the manor of Hill in Cottingham and a fourth part of West Hall in Carlton, Northamptonshire, both of which were in his wife’s possession subsequently.[footnote]On 16 June 1413 when returning home after

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    of tithes in South Cave Participant: Thomas Mawdebye [Mawdebye] Role: defendant Details: male Location: North Cave (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): North Cave (North Cave) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Mawdebye' Location: West Hall(West Hall) : undefined Cannot identify


    Ward [Warde] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Participant: Miles Huddleston [Hudleston; Huddleston] Role: testator Details: male; gentleman, deceased Location: West Hall (Westhall, Westhawll) : habitation Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Place(s): Lancashire Participant: Henry Brabban [Brabon] Role: witness Details: male


    (Giggleswick) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Mason [Mason] Role: witness Details: male; 40; yeoman Location: Ilkley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): West Hall(West Hall) : undefined Ilkley (Ikley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Hardacre [Hardacre] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: blacksmith


    Lythe (Pykeryng Lyth) : undefined Location: Brompton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Brompton (Brompton) : ecclesiastical parish Snainton (Snaynton, Snanton) : manor West Hall (Westhall) : habitation Location: Pickering (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Ebberston (Eberston) : chapelry Ebberston is described as a parish in the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, February 1597, 01 February 1597-28 February 1597

    under Buckleugh, the Laird of Egerton and 200 more Scots, ran a day foray in Gilsland at Rinyon hills, West Hall, the Soglin, and Ticrossock, within Thomas Carleton's office, and none of them "moch above a mile" from Askerton, Carleton's Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 1-5, 1672, 01 May 1672-17 May 1672

    West Hall at Hatfield; for Robert Dickenson, Congregational, at his own house at Fishlake; all in Yorkshire. Also stating that he had now sent in by the doorkeeper for two licences, viz., for John Rooke, Congregational, at West Hall in Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    198 67 923 Also Cavenham Manor, bought by Nath. Duncan 16 202 67 917 2 July. East Hall and West Hall, Cockley Cley, bought by Ant. Bedingfield. 16 648 O.T.T. 67 919 Also Flimworth, and Denham, Bedingfield, Earswell, and Ch Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Gate , Dham., 291. Westgate , John, g. 1003 (16). Westhach [in Chigwell ] , Essex, g. 289 (16). West Hall (Westhale), Yorks., 438 (4 m. 5). West Ham . Essex, 1803 (1 m. 6): g. 94 (35 p. 50).


    Hall house upon Derne; West Tanfield; Wistow; York. Congregational. Anlaby; Morley in Batley parish; Birstall; Bradford; Clapwell; Guiseley; Fishlake; West Hall in Hatfield; Haughton; Helaugh; Horbury; Hull; Kildwicke in Craven; Leeds; Newland; Sheffield; Sherburn; Swath; Tadcaster; Thornton, Bradford parish; Topcliffe; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wverieegican-pliace, Ltclic Tbi, "Ir yeat of tier 'i-, most sincerely alel ieraerily lalueeltli c On Saturdlay week, at West Hall, \I-'lake, [ ! dij of hlif age, Ma jor Tlomas Ilarrintt, late oftice c lst Company' ' tlitie. te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq.-At Belgaum, Captain Faw. cett, Assistant Adjutant General, to Eliza, de"ug-er of toe late D. Arnot. Eaq . of West Hall, Bath.-At Patm., uWs Cualiffe, q., ciril service, tl Frances, daughter of S. Davies, Esq.-At Madr as, I) Murrologh, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charlton, Worcsetenshire; patron, the la B Bishop of Worcewter. i Loc. Wmz.-The will-of the late Sir Robert Pigot, of West Hall, Surrey, formerly of Patshull, Stafford- b - shire, fourth baronet, and from 18.32 to 1853 M.P. .for G Bridgnorth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRTHS, 3MA.RRIAGES, A'ND DEATHS. A charqe or OSEt SaEr1.tr1s; &-cr, SIXESCe, Drord. jS oviJr l;L5s cr-a a., ,crt4 Sircece exr,. Poset Ir4'S mas be re"n"'t'd L4 pa ,/fl-St. Aberlnc'va t, 145105 aulA tlcarte tj re vov d3l I,v.X].safc ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Mr. Thonsas Wilkinrsstn, London .. ... 5 00 spit 'NEW SUBSCRIfilERS. by - Wit jans Cunl ife, Esq. West Hall, Ad- the ,iliiglhsrn.. 2 2 0 exil Mr. Wdialtti Idsnly Leon . 0. to- - Mr. Thlsss..s WitkicaSOD, do........ Subscribers-only content

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