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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    Stepney and Hackney . And for Lands descended from the Part of the Father; the next Cousin of the Part on the Mother, not able to inherit those Lands, ought to be Gardian. And if the Lands came from the

    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders

    serve the said Office by himself or his Deputy: then every such Person so refusing, within the said Manour of Hackney , shall pay for a Fine, six Pounds thirteen Shillings and four Pence. And every such Person so refusing,

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    Stepney and Hackney . The Reeve to deliver the Rental to his Successor. I Tem, The Reeves of the said Manours, and of either of them, shall at the next general Court, after his Year of Service expired, deliver the

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    Stepney and Hackney . Cattel offending, shall be driven to the Lords Pound . I Tem, That no Customary Tenants of the said Manours, or of either of them, for any Offence to be done by any Mans Cattel, within

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    Stepney and Hackney . Deputy of that Manour; or Woman examined, as foresaid, in open Court, or otherwise. All Surrenders taken by the Reeve or his Deputy, or by a Headborough , and in the Presence of six Tenants, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, April 1576, 01 April 1576-30 April 1576

    of Lennox from the first of the house, with arms and matches in marriage, for she is about a monument which requires the help thereof. Hackney, 1 p. Copy. Indorsed: "The coppy of her grace's letter to the Lorde Ruthen." Subscribers-only content

    Declared Accounts, 1704-5, Hackney Coaches

    Declared Accounts, 1704-5 Hackney Coaches Hackney Coaches Declared Accounts : Audit Office, Bundle 1326, Roll 11. Edward Wharton gent, Receiver General of the moneys arising by the licensing of Hackney and Stage Coaches. For one whole year ended at Midsummer

    Declared Accounts 1707, Hackney Coaches, 01 January 1707-31 December 1707

    Declared Accounts 1707 Hackney Coaches Hackney Coaches DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HACKNEY COACH LICENCES. AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1326, ROLL 13. Edward Wharton, Receiver General. Accompt for the year ending Midsummer 1707. Charge. s. d. Arrears: remaining in the hands of this Accomptant

    Declared Accounts, Hackney Coaches

    Declared Accounts Hackney Coaches Hackney Coaches Pipe 1,571. John Rawkins, deceased, late Receiver General of the Revenue arising by licensing Hackney and Stage Coaches. 1694, March 25 th to June 24 th . Charge. l . s . d .

    Declared Accounts, Hackney Coaches

    Declared Accounts Hackney Coaches Hackney Coaches DECLARED ACCOUNTS: HACKNEY COACHES. PIPE OFFICE: ROLL 1590 [E.351/1590 ] . AUDIT OFFICE: BUNDLE 1326, ROLL 21 [A.O.1/1326/21 ] . Edward Wharton, Receiver General of the Monies arising by the licensing of Hackney and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Islam

    in Stoke Newington parish and serving much of Hackney , refurbished with marble-like facing and two gilded domes. 18 G.R.O. Worship Reg . no. 75345; Char. Com. files; inf. from sec. Hackney Gaz . 2 Jan. 1981 , 12. Ibid.

    Hackney Local Government Borough of Hackney London Borough of Hackney

    the two seats of Hackney Central and of Hackney North and Stoke Newington in 1955 . Hackney South and Shoreditch formed a third constituency in the 1970s but Hackney Central was divided between the other two Hackney seats in the

    Hackney Other Christian Churches

    Hackney Other Christian Churches OTHER CHRISTIAN CHURCHES CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH. Ch. on E. side of Mare Street at no. 184, next to Lady Holles sch. (later part of Cordwainers' coll.), reg. 1874. 26 Bldg. of yellow brick with white-brick

    Classes of Documents in the Greater London Record Office used

    records Ha/BG Hackney Board of Guardians, records H1/ST St. Thomas's Hospital , records M79/G Hackney Manorial Records, Grumbolds M79/KH Hackney Manorial Records, Kingshold M79/LH Hackney Manorial Records, Lordshold M79/TA Hackney Manorial Records, Tyssen-Amherst Estate M93 Stepney and Hackney Manorial Records

    Hackney Social and Cultural Activities

    institutions outside Hackney 84 included the Borough of Hackney club, a pioneer working men's club opened in 1863 in Shoreditch , the later Kingsland Progressive club, and Hackney 1 and Hackney 2 branches of the Reform League in Hackney Road

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..yn y lythy~rdai ar ,dydd y~rArgrwydd -ffaith ,ddfrifoI Dish sd iawn. Mae Str,.. OCfaries leedoyr eelMd anbydeddus Y *o dros Hackney, wedicymieryd y materi fyny, ac ani ei sa I ddwyni o 6isen y Senedd :'Y 'miae yn wirionedd cysurus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n iad hwn. Cefnogwyd gan Mr. Collins, Birmingham, y I. Parch. Dr. Raleigh, Llundain; Mr. Warburton, )l Salford; Mr. Heath, Hackney, a'r Parch. S. John- n stone, Merthyr. Cynygiai Mr. Johostone ychwan- c egu y gair diamodol, a darllen-' Er Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mater, ond ymddengys nad yw Gwarnheidwaid Holborn a Lambeth yn ewyllys- gar i ymgymeryd a dim, ac y mae Gwarcheidwaid Hackney ye condemnio y cais yn gryf. Mae y galu i orfodi, a thalu, yn liaw y Gwarcheidwaid a'r Bwrdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei adnewyddu, neu y .collir y meddiant o hono yn hollol. Penderfyrwyd eirnbod yfn awdurdadi " Mr. Simnier, Mr. Lewis; Hackney, a Mr. 'Richards, d Vincent square, Westminster, i wneyd ymchwiliad 9/' d peth, a gweithredu yn al en barn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Julian, grocer, 268; Thomas. Hugh Jones, painter; 264!; John Pugh Jones, draper a 257; Griffith Williams, merchant, 186;- CharlesI Y Hackney, China-dealer, 80. Y chwe'. biaenaf a ethol. I 0 wyd. - . I : c a BETHESDA TN ARFO:. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COOKE, Charles (d.1721), of Hackney, Mdx.

    (d.1721), of Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Grampound 1715 2 Jan. 1721 Ofifces Held Ld. of Trade 1714-d.; master, Mercers’ Co. 1716; sheriff of London 1716-7, alderman 1717. Biography Cooke was a considerable Turkey merchant like his brother James and his

    KEKEWICH, Samuel (1657-1700), of Hackney, Mdx.

    (1657-1700), of Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Sudbury 1698 Jan. 1700 Ofifces Held Commr. taking subscription to land bank 1696; cttee. E. I. Co. 1698–d. Biography A merchant whose principal trade was with Spain, Kekewich had lived in Puerto de Santa

    CAREY, Nicholas (c.1651-97), of Up Cerne, Dorset and Hackney, Mdx.

    Up Cerne, Dorset and Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bridport 1695 Apr. 1697 Ofifces Held Apprentice, Goldsmiths’ Co. 1663, freeman 1671, rentor 1689, prime warden 1695. Biography Little is known of Carey’s genealogy, other than that his father was an unlicensed

    HERON, Giles (by 1504-40), of Hackney, Mdx.

    (by 1504-40), of Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Thetford 1529 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body in 1532. Biography Giles Heron’s father had served both Henry VII and Henry VIII as treasurer of the chamber. He was still a minor at

    CLERKE, William II (d.c.1586), of Hackney, Mdx.

    II (d.c.1586), of Hackney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Saltash 1584 Ofifces Held Regius prof. of civil law, Camb. 1563; jt. (with William Aubrey) vicar gen. province of Canterbury Jan. 1578. Biography Clerke left Peterhouse for Gonville and Caius, where he was

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Theft, 11/10/1676

    Intricacy in it: They broke open an uninhabited house at Hackney , and took thence a Copper valued at Four pound; but not being able the same night to carry it off, hid it three or four fields distant ,

    Katharine Masey, Theft, 29/04/1685

    of the parish of Hackney , Indicted for stealing one Clock Gold Watch, value 30l. two Gold Laces, and 30l. in money , from one Mr. Thomas Mann . The Evidence for the King was, that the said Masey being

    Edward Brown, Theft, 29/04/1685

    Edward Brown , of the Parish of Hackney was Indicted for stealing one Iron Grate, one Lock , being the Goods of one Mary le-Butt . The Jury found him Guilty to the value of Ten pence .

    Alice Wilson, Theft, 16/07/1685

    of the Parish of Hackney , Indicted for stealing one pewter Dish, value 1 s. on June 6 . from Joseph Rand . The Prisoner confessing the Fact, was found guilty to the value of 10 d. [Whipping. See summary.

    John Paine, Theft, 14/01/1686

    stealing a Gelding value 4 l. from William Gaston of Hackney , on the 19th of November , and the proof being, that the Horse was found in the custody of a party with wh om he had intrusted him

 

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