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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hadzor

    Parishes HadzorHADZOR Hadesour (xi cent.); Headdes Ofre (xii cent.); Haddesour, Hadeshore, Hadesovere (xiii cent.); Haddeshore, Haddesore (xiv cent.). Hadzor is a small parish, well wooded in its western part, occupying an area of 996 acres, which in 1905 included

    Parishes Oddingley

    . Oddingley Heath was inclosed before 1817, and until its inclosure the inhabitants of Oddingley , Tibberton , Hindlip , Hadzor and Salwarpe enjoyed rights of common there. 3 The parish contains 894 acres, of which 357 are arable land,

    Parishes Little Comberton

    from 1086 to the middle of the 13th century is not known. It probably, however, passed with Gilbert's manor of Hadzor to the Fitz Warins of Wick near Pershore , for in 1256 - 7 William Fitz Warin settled land

    Parishes Dodderhill

    or CASSIES FARM probably took its name from the family of Cassy, of whom Thomas Cassy occurs as lord of Hadzor in the 14th century. 216 He seems to have had no children and gave up the reversion of most

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, January 1609, 01 January 1609-31 January 1609

    them to be within the compass of the warrant, you will be pleased to allow them. PS. This bearer, Mr Hadzor, will inform you more particularly of that which I cannot nor dare importune you by my letters, being one

    Cecil Papers, August 1606, 16-31, 16 August 1606-31 August 1606

    you and have nothing else to trouble you with; but his Majesty is not without importunity for suits here. Mr. Hadzor is here for my Lord Daubigny and insists to have the warrant amplified, that your power may be not

    Index, H I

    [Herts. ] , letters dated at, 19, 129, 177, 224, 335. Lord Salisbury's manor of, 132. Hadsor , Mr., 280. Hadzor , Mr., 244. Haegh. See Hague. Hage , Ascaparte de, 182. Hagley , (Worcs.), 17. merchants of, names of,

    Index, H, I

    , Lord. See Ramsay, John Haddon , co. Hunts. manor of, 6(2) Hadham (Haddam), co. Herts. letter dated from, 40 Hadzor [? Richard, of the Middle Temple ] employed by Lord d'Aubigny, 6 Haggatt (Aggat, Haggot), Bartholomew, of Mincing Lane,

    Historical Collections, 1629

    , Henry Holcroft , Will. Jones , George Trevor , Fran. Ainsly , Rich. Shilton , John Finch , Richard Hadzor . In this conjuncture, the Lord Faulkland Lord Deputy of Ireland , put forth in the King's Name this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Be Hagley), - V cysey (Blakedown), ' L (Malvern), - Firinmstone, R. ilneyd, . ('Vorcester), V. Grifliths (Sedgley),-Bea . of Hadzor), H. Pepys (vicar of l.;d< + SSmith (rector of Marlow, Berkshire), U. Hal G. Bourne (Broom), F. A. Marriott Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of fruit of the choicer kind was staged. Prominent here was the collection of dessert fruit from MIr. Goagh, of Hadzor, including bunches of Black Hamburgh grapes, which it would have been diffi- cult to equal anywhere. The Earl of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16,ict!t. WALSALL V. GOIRNAL.-A matoh was played on Tuesday last, on the Walsall ground, between the Walsall Saxon and Upper Gornal Cricket Clubs, hich ended in an easy victory to the former, in one innings, with twenty-two runs to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byes, &'c - 3-7; total, 82-65 On Wednesday last, a game was played at Hadzor Park, the seat of Captain Geltonl between the Kings Norton and Hadzor Cricket Clubs, Which ended in a drawn game, tlim not allowing It to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Kidderminstor), and L. Groom (West Bromwich); R. Berkeley, Esq. (Spetchley Park), J. V. Hornyold (Blackmoor Park), T. H Galton, Esq. (Hadzor), Wilmot Chetwoode, Esq., E. W. Pagin, Esq., E. Corser, Esq. ; Messrs. J. Wial!, H. James, J. Emesy, Haskew, Subscribers-only content

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