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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hadley and Horton Charity for the poor

    Hadley and Horton Charity for the poor CHARITY FOR THE POOR. In addition to those charities applicable to the whole of Wellington ancient parish, Hadley ecclesiastical parish benefited from John Millington 's legacy (will proved 1875) of £30 stock for

    Hadley and Horton Sikhs

    Hadley and Horton Sikhs SIKHS. Guru Nanak temple opened c . 1974 9 in the former Hadley County Junior School, Station Road. S.C.C. chars. index.

    Hadley and Horton Education

    , 1891, 1909, 1913). Log bks. of Hadley Mixed, Hadley Boys ', Hadley Girls ' (at Hadley Co . Jnr. Sch.), and Hadley Inf. (at Hadley Co . Inf. Sch.) bd. schs. Hadley Inf. Bd. Sch. log bk. 19 Oct.,

    Monken Hadley Education

    35 boarded with the nuns at Hadley Bourne . 87 D.N.B .; Cass, Hadley , 27-8. Cal. S.P. Dom . 1678-80 , 78. Cass, Hadley , 183. Acct. bk. penes Barnet Mus .; Cass, Hadley , 185-6. Lysons, Environs ,

    Hadley and Horton Local government and public services

    1975 . 94 Hadley parish council opened a cemetery off Hadley Park Road in 1903 . 95 A health centre opened in Hadley centre c . 1982 . Gas was probably introduced to Hadley when the Hadley & Trench Gas

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

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    Book 6, page 1144 (1563)

    the night after that he was degraded, his wife and his sonne Thomas resorted to hym, and were by the gentlenes of the Kepers permytted to suppe with hym. For this difference was euer found betwene the Kepers of

    Queene Mary. Doctour Rowland Taylor caryed to his Martyrdome, and burned.

    and vnmoueable vnto the end.After two dayes, the Shiriffe & his company led Doctor Taylour towardes Hadley, and comming within a two mile of hadley, he desired to light of his horse to make water: which done, D. Taylour reioyceth

    Quene Mary. A Letter of D. Taylour Martyr, to hys wife.

    in þe same towne of Hadley agaynst iustification of fayth, of the corporall presence, of praying for the dead, and Auricular confession. Whereof D. Taylour hauyng vnderstanding by letters, wryteth again to them of Hadley directing his letter to his

    Q. Mary. The Actes and History of D. Rouland Taylour, Martyr.

    a lawyer, and Iohn Clerke of Hadley, to notorious Papistes.Foster, beyng Steward and keeper of Courtes, a man of no great skill, but a bitter persecutour in those dayes, with one Iohn Clerke of Hadley, which Clerke had euer bene

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    of Courtes, for one Iohn Clearke of Hadley, whych both hadde euer bene secrete fauourers of the Romyshe idolatries, these twoo conspired to brynge in the Pope, and his idolatries againe into Hadley Churche. For as yet Doctour Taylour, as

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HADLEY, John (d.1410), of London.

    Hadley and a consortium of London merchants at Sluys had been plundered after a storm off the Calais coast. Four years later, when reprisals were taken against French merchants in England because of their compatriots’ piracy in the Channel,

    WALKEDEN, Thomas, of London.

    is hardly less obscure than its beginning. He found a wife at Hadley, not far from Tottenham, and when she died he erected a monument to her in Hadley parish church: their only known child married a Londoner and died

    CAREW, Roger (d.1590), of Hadley, Mdx., Brightlingsea, Essex and Watton, Norf.

    (d.1590), of Hadley, Mdx., Brightlingsea, Essex and Watton, Norf. Constituency Dates St Albans 1563 Biography The Carew pedigrees are confused and incomplete, and the 1563 St. Albans MP has not been positively identified. Probably he was:b. aft. 1528, 2nd or

    STANFORD (STAMFORD, STAMFORD, STAUNFORD), William (1509-58), of Hadley, Mdx. and London.

    STAUNFORD), William (1509-58), of Hadley, Mdx. and London. Constituency Dates Stafford 1542 Stafford 1545 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1547 Ofifces Held Autumn reader, G. Inn 1544, Lent 1551. Ofifces Held Attorney, ct. gen. surveyors of the king’s lands 1542-28 Dec. 1546; commr. sale

    HADLEY, Peter, of Exeter, Devon.

    HADLEY, Peter, of Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter Jan. 1377 Exeter 1378 Plympton Erle 1378 Tavistock 1381 Exeter Nov. 1384 Exeter Feb 1388 Exeter Sept. 1388 Plympton Erle Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Controller of customs and subsidies, Exeter 21

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heslydd, fod rhyw gam-chwareu wedi bod, ac mai yr Henadur Hadley ac nid yr Henadur Fowler a ddylasai fod yn gwisgo yr addurniadau -swyddogol, ac felly, yr oedd Mr. Hadley yn cael y bloeddiad- au cymeradwyol, a Mr. Fowler yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iitetn, York ito, Ios iC tie-inac far , mr Atot tii Aicosra. Bcil and hitodmick, Bait C hord--card. G. Bradbury, Hadley, Shropshire, maltster. Attornies, Messrs. Baxter arid Ra wker, Gray's-inn-place 11. Dark-, Bath, woollen-draper. Attorney, Mr. Young, Char- lotte-row, Mansioln-l)ouse. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bart. aged AlE. On the 13th inst. Mr. Peter Sidebotham, of Upper Norton-street. On the 15th inst. at Pinslico House, Hadley, Edward Beavan, Esq. aged 70. On the 15th inst. at Hastings, John Sleggjan. Esq. of Bernard-street, Rns. s9fl-sqmoare. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. Thomas Hood, Esq. of Islington, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. Reynolds, Christ's Hospital. On the 9th inst. ont Hadley; Wmo. George Watson, of Woodford-brilge, Esq. to Harriet, foarth dafighter of the late Hugh AtkiIns, Esc. At Edinburgh, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fire-could be obtain-ed. f i - - I - r I Great kgitation has been caused in' the neighbou aiEof Hadley and- Barnet, by. a report of murmJer.-Mrs Mary Spei, '-a widow lady, upwards of seventy, with her daughte,, who Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1721, 3 April 1721

    - Blockhoufe, in the County of Hertford; and for re- •• pairing the Road leading from the Bear Inn in Hadley " to the Sign of the Angel in Enfield Chace, in the faid " County of Middlefex j" to Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1721, 19 April 1721

    Barnet Blockhoufe, in the County of Hertford; and " for repairing the Road leading from the Bear Inn in " Hadley to the Sign of the Angel in Enfield Chace, in " the faid County of Middle/ex." Whereas To-morrow is Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1721, 21 April 1721

    Barnet Blockhoufe, in the County of Hertford; " and for repairing the Road leading from The Bear Inn " in Hadley to the Sign of The Angel in Enfield Chace\ " in the faid County of Middlefex." ^ Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1721, 27 April 1721

    Bkckhoufe, in the *' County of Hertford; and for repairing the Road lead- " ing from The Bear Inn, in Hadley, to the Sign of The " An^el, in Enfield Chace, in the faid County of " Middt'x." c< After Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1721, 1 May 1721

    Blockhoufe, in the County of Hert- " ford; and for repairing the Road leading from 'The " Bear Inne, in Hadley, to the Sign of The Angel in " Enfield Chace, in the faid County of Middle/ex." Arch. Cantuar. Epus. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Richard Hill, Killing, 27/04/1715

    of the Parish of Hadley , was indicted for the Murder of John Arthur the 10th Instant, by giving him a mortal Wound with on the left side of the Body, near the Pap. of the breadth of half an

    Richard Griffith, Killing, Violent Theft, 06/09/1716

    of the Parish of Hadley , was indicted for the Murder of Richard Davis , his Fellow- servant by giving him a Mortal Wound with a Pitchfork on the hinder part of the Head, of which he instantly died ,

    Frances Tuffey, Theft, 26/02/1724

    Tuffey , of the Parish of Hadley , was indicted for feloniously stealing divers Linnen, in the House of Thomas Ellis , the 20th of December last. There not being sufficient Evidence to convict the Prisoner she was acquitted .

    Richard Kirk, Theft, 26/02/1724

    of the Parish of Hadley , was indicted for feloniously stealing 30 l. in Money, in the Dwelling House of Thomas Ellis , the 20th of December last. There being no Evidence against the Prisoner, he was acquitted . It

    Richard Scurrell, Theft, 17/10/1727

    , of Hadley , was indicted for privately stealing 4 Guineas, and 3 l. in Silver , on the 4th of this Instant October , the Property of Elizabeth Lenton . The Prosecutor depos'd, That she came from Market on

 

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