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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SKINNER, John IV, of Hythe, Kent.

    Thomas Newman of Burmarsh, who in the previous year had infringed the town’s liberties by removing certain cattle from West Hythe, and had begun legal proceedings at Westminster against the local authorities. This litigation involved Skinner in visits to Dover

    CANOUN, William, of Hythe, Kent.

    ship-service to the Crown.[footnote]Canoun died before January 1420, when his widow paid maltolts in his place. She survived until after 1434, in which year she made enfeoffments of land at Hythe, West Hythe, Cheriton, Saltwood and elsewhere in the neighbourhood.[footnote]

    CLITHEROE, Richard II (d.c.1463), of New Romney, Kent.

    interests in Romney Marsh. In 1431 he is recorded as holding land worth 46s.8d. a year in Burmarsh and West Hythe (which was perhaps the property left him by his uncle), along with a share in other holdings in the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Turton

    College , iii, 112. Scholes and Pimblett, op. cit. 331-6. He was lecturer of Bolton ; also vicar of West Hythe in Kent (a sinecure). The long period of his incumbency and his eccentricities made 'Parson Folds ' one of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1670, 01 May 1670-31 May 1670

    the effect that you have received by the aid of soldiers moneys, detailed, of the said revenue in Hythe, West Hythe, New and Old Romney, and Tenterden town and hundred for the half year ended 1666, Sept. 29, and two

    Index, H, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    612, 660, 1087, 1269. -, planting, 975, 985. -, Receiver of rents of. See Packer, Philip. -, rents, 747, 1087, 1269. Hyet , Henry, outlaw, 232. Hynde , John, Commissioner of Concealments, Surrey, 607. Hythe and West Hythe (Kent), 579.

    William and Mary, January 1692, 01 January 1692-31 January 1692

    custody two Frenchmen seized in that town upon suspicion of being alien spies, and also John Inskipp, constable of West Hythe, apprehended for concealing and harbouring the said Frenchmen in his house, and to bring them in safe custody to Subscribers-only content

    British History Online

    being William Edmonds John Skynner Nicholas Dyne Henry Deeds Captaine Ellesden. For the Towne and Port of Hythe and West Hythe within the Lib[er ] ty of the said Towne and Port. The Mayor for the time being Robinson Beane

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Mart. -Hythe, Kent.-Lot 1. A freehold estatelmnown as Fed- linge-farm, situate in the parish of Saltwood Lympne and West Hythe, comprising a residence, several tenements and 286 acres 1 rood and 36 perches of land, the whole of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about 1113 acres, lying near to and on the north end youth sides oftcho Rtoyal Military Canal, in Hytbo, West Hythe, aed Saltwoed; three ti undiiided fuurth parts of two closes and a plantation, with cottage Ia and garden, eatled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lying near to actd an the north and south sides of the Roy8l Military Canal, in Hy thp and West Hythe; Four Dwelrijg hopes al Hryhe; atd a Close of Pasture Land and Orchard at Fulkealoij) lyln on, the routh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lying near to and on the north end south alder of the Royal si Military Canal, in Hythe and West Hythe; Feur Dwelling-houses at tI Hythe; and aCioseof Pasture Land andOrchard atFolkcstonelying ci on the cuath side of Mill Bay.road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caffin, to NorthaUerton V. Rev. W. G. Green, to Mavesyn Ridware R. Rev. G. B. Coulcher, to Lympne with West Hythe. V.. Kent Rev. J. S. Cook, to Weobley V. Rev. G. D. Dewe", to Felthorpe R., Norfolk. Rev. A. Subscribers-only content

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