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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hale

    Parishes HaleHALE La Hale, Hales (xiii and xiv cent.); Hale near Brummore (xiv cent.); Hall (xvi cent.). The parish of Hale contains 1, 3771/2 acres of land, of which about 400 acres are forest land, 326 acres are pasture

    Townships Hale

    Townships HaleHALE Hales, 1176; Hale , 1201-the universal spelling from about 1250. Hale is a riverside township, the southern and eastern limits being washed by the Mersey, which curves round Hale Point , the most southerly land in the

    Parishes Cleeve Prior

    104, no. 25. Hale , op. cit. 86-7. Habington, op. cit. i, 154; Hale , op. cit. 62-3. Hale , loc. cit. Ibid. Habington, op. cit. i, 154; Hale , op. cit. 87. Habington, loc. cit. Hale , op. cit.

    Townships Halewood

    Richard de Hale and Alan le Norreys had disseised him of 12 acres of land in Woolton ; but the jury rejected his claim, saying that the land was within Hale , not in Woolton . 6 ' Hale '

    Parishes Broadwas

    reaping at Broadwas and worked two days a year in the vineyard there ( Hale , Reg. Worc. Priory [Camd. Soc. ] , 21 a ). Hale , Reg. Worc. Priory (Camd. Soc.), 32 a . Cal. Pat . 1354-8

  • * British History Online *

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    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars secunda

    the Cathedral should read the admirable and lucid introduction to the Domesday of S. Paul's by the late Venerable Archdeacon Hale. I here extract one or two particulars illustrative of the text, but the whole introduction deserves the most careful

    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars quarta

    a man hath to feed his cattle in another man's ground. Cowel, Law Dictionary (fo. In the Savoy, 1727.) Archdeacon Hale observes, "The word has two meanings, the right of cutting grass and feeding cattle, or the place where the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 8, 5 April 1664, 05 April 1664-05 April 1664

    Allan Apsley , Sir John Tuston , Mr. George , Sir Fra. Clarke , Sir Rich. Ingoldsby , Sir Edw. Hale , Sir Tho. Smith , and all the Members of this House that serve for the several Counties of

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Mary Somerset

    4 Richard Wall 4 William Evans 4 William Clarke 4 Joyce Painter 4 Robert Stimson 4 William Mugg 4 Widow Hale 4 Edward Munder 4 Andrew Wall 4 Theodore Diamon 4 Richard Nunila 4 Richard Hamond 4 Widow Man 4

    Preface

    of documents; but, strangely enough, there is scarcely to be found amongst them a single statute properly so called. Archdeacon Hale, in the Introduction to his Domesday of S. Paul's , has given a very learned and im portant epitome

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. JGladston~e dder- *:byn pob hysbysrwyddL angentheidiol iddo enu. gwvy- ;bod tra yn aros yno. . Mae y ddau Archddiaeconr, Hale a Denison yn. glaf, .ac mrewn cyflwr perygins. .Cwympodd .bonedldwr oedrannLs ynL ngorsaf LHamHpton ychydig ddyddiau ynr ol, pannewrdo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . qtopbbiou n~mtlg. Mae yr ymchwiliad i achos etholiad Aberhonddu wedi ei ohirio i Ebrill i5fed. Mae y Parch. D. Jones, curad Llangollen, wedi ei benodi yn ficer Dyserth, Swydd Fflint; a'r Parch. J. Williams, St. Mark, Gwrecsam, i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y SWYDDEAx YMFTJDOLt GYMREIG AT Y IFIIDWY O - 0L . AN e bod bellach, yn.y, business -t . na i \ , er's Pthei MfIgedd, 3Cj..7 t 3CokIb b6'ibolad-ia y-Prissoedd- i - i#OlafjmLiverpoqb anbod wed di byw: yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allan i'r wiad, yn ol eu harferiad, blynyddol.- Y 5lHe a, ddewiswyd eleni oedd penltfef byhan :Hale, ycbydig'fflldiroedd o'r dref Yn hytrich na chymeryd'y c yffyltanyr hwni yn ddiau, a fiasa& yn os cymeediiboniydaith yn.gynt, dewis. wyd y'rhen ddull odeitis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v Albb. d Ty Yza ARGLWYDDI, Dydd Gwener.-Ymgyfarfu di eu harglwvddiaethau am bump o'r gloch. -Ni lu dim o ddyddordeb i'n darllenwyr o dan sylw yn LU yr eisteddiad hwn. rF Ty Y CYFFRErDIN, Dydd Gwener.-Prif bwnc yr eisteddiad Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. Walthamstow.

    The Family of the Collards have been ancient here; as appears from the Re gister of Wills. John Colard de Hale in Walcumstow, by Will dated July 17, 1487 , gives to John his younger Son unam Placeam cum 14

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    Benefactrice to the rebuilding of this Church, bearing this Inscription: Pietati & Charitati sacrum. Hic Juxta depositæ sunt Reliquiæ Richardi Hale Armigeri, in spe beatæ Resurrectionis. Qui decessit Anno Dom. 1620 . Cujus è filio primogenito Gulielmo Neptis, Domina Dionysia

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. Monuments in St. Giles's.

    Daughter of Thomas Waller of Erleham in the City and County of Norwich , Sergeant at Law. Towards the lower end of the Church. Pleydal Hale , Gent. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth. 1694 . Frances Later Monuments. J. S.

    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. St. Giles in the Fields. Monuments.

    Mrs. Sarah Dickson , Oct. 2. 1709 . On the small Monument on the next North Pillar ; H.S.E. PLEYDEL HALE , Gent. Tho. & Eliz. F.E. Familia Pleydellorum de Shrivenham in Agro Bercheriensi. Quem è Schola Ventæ Belgarum ad

    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Accidents.

    any to have a Pen and Inkhorn about him, they pulled off his Hood, and all with one Voice crying, Hale him out, and cut off his Head. The Bondmen, and other of Essex , being joined with them of

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    JB/073/067/001

    subsisting Doctrine might discover. But here again another Question may occur (for it has already occurred to Writers + v. Hale ' s Hist. P.C le Com mon . in other Words) whether the presence of this Consciousness is to

    JB/027/099/001

    onto the track which I have pursued in the composition of this work [system ] by studying the works of Hale , Hawkins, Wood and other less ch systematical institutional writers whom this author has in point of elegance left

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALE, Paggen (c.1715-55), of King's Walden, Herts.

    HALE, Paggen (c.1715-55), of King's Walden, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 1747 3 Apr. 1755 Biography Hale was returned unopposed in 1747 as a supporter of the Administration. In the 2nd Lord Egmont’s electoral survey, c.1749-50, he notes against Hale’s name:

    HALE, Francis (c.1758-1827).

    HALE, Francis (c.1758-1827). Constituency Dates Mitchell 22 Sept. 1779 1784 Biography Hale was brought in for Mitchell in 1779 probably by arrangement between his uncle Richard Rigby, the Treasury, and Lord Falmouth. He followed Rigby’s line in politics, supporting North’s

    HALE, Paggen (c.1715-55), of King's Walden, Herts.

    HALE, Paggen (c.1715-55), of King's Walden, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 1747 3 Apr. 1755 Biography In 1754 in a contested election Hale stood on a joint interest with Charles Gore and came out head of the poll. Dupplin classed him

    HALE, William (c.1632-88), of King's Walden, Herts.

    HALE, William (c.1632-88), of King's Walden, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 11 Nov. 1669 Hertfordshire Mar. 1679 Hertfordshire 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for militia, Herts. Mar. 1660, capt. of militia ft. Apr. 1660, maj. by 1677, lt.-col. by 1680, commr.

    PENRUDDOCK, Thomas (c.1578-1637), of Arkleby, Cumb. and Hale, Hants.

    of Arkleby, Cumb. and Hale, Hants. Constituency Dates Downton 1601 Cumberland 1614 Ofifces Held King’s sewer 1604; capt. of militia, Wilts. bef. 1608; commr. to inquire into the state of Ireland 20 Mar. 1622-26 Feb. 1623. Biography As recorder of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for making the River Douglas, alias Asland, Navigable, from the River Rible to Wigan, in the County-Palatine of Lancaster., 1 August 1719

    «^W£?T3Z_8 Wver^'V?"^. «•»«* D*-. ,o be Paid a, fch Heir, or A,W EM ^ &t£ ** J£gJ *• W uJtaSto? S sr^_r"«-.^£^^s^_sa*^3 fer Weight. * ^ Ton, and fo Proportionably for every greater or Ief Works, or Mines, or Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1690, 12 December 1690

    and Appeal of Rowland Mynne, Adminif- trator of the Goods of Rofe Hale (with the Will an¬ nexed) unadminiftered by Rowland Hale, Son and Exe¬ cutor of Rofe Hale, Bernard Mynne, and Dioni/e Dave- iiant Widow, againft a Decree made Subscribers-only content

    2 November 1691, 2 November 1691

    the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Hale Gentleman, againft a Decree and an Order made in the Court of Chancery, the Twelfth Day of July, 1688, in a Caufe wherein the faid Thomas Hale was Complainant, againft Sir Samuell Daßwood Subscribers-only content

    7 January 1691, 7 January 1692

    this Day moved, " That a further Day " may be appointed for hearing the Caufe wherein Tho- " mas Hale is Plaintiff, and Sir Samuell Dafliwood Defen- " dant," It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1691, 6 February 1692

    fet afide ?" It was Refolved in the Negative. Vol. XV. • Whereas Monday next is appointed for hearing the Hale Caufe, wherein Thomas Rale is Plaintiff, and Sir S^ Dajhivood and Francis Dajhwood Defendants: It is Ordered, by the Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1094 (1563)

    tried therby, before I receaue hym to be supreame head.VVorcester.Why? doo ye not know what is in your Crede, Credo ecclesiam sanctam Catholicam: I beleue the holy Catholike Church?Rogers.I fynde not the Bishoppe of Rome there. Catholike what yt

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of persons abiured, with their articles.

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of persons abiured, with their articles.Persons abiured,with their Articles.RichardKechyn,Priest.1529.Hys Articles: That pardons grauntedby the Pope, are naught, and that menshould put no trust in them, but onely inthe Passion of Christ. That he beyng

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of persons abiured, with their articles.

    paire ofbeades, or a booke in hys hand at thechurch, and were not disposed to prayit was naught. &c. Wil. Hale holywater clerke of Tolenham. 1529. His Articles: That offring of mo-ney and candles to images did not a-uayle, sith

    Quene Mary. M. Rogers examined before the B. of VVinchester.

    Quene Mary. M. Rogers examined before the B. of VVinchester.An. 1555. February.trary shalbe proued to be true, and then let any man that will, conferre with me by writyng.L. Chaū. Nay, that shall not be permitted thee. Thou shalt

    Queene Mary. Examination 1. and 2. of M. Iohn Rogers Martyr.

    1555. February. Hawarde, that when he was in high Dutchlande, they at Hale, which had before prayed and vsed their seruice all in dutch, began thē to turne part into latin, & part into dutch.Worcest. Yea and at Wittembergh to.Rog.

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

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    TRANS.CP.1756/2

    the next of kin of John Worthington, deceased, late of Mobberley in the county of Chester Location: Bowdon (Cheshire) Place(s): Hale (Heale) : undefined Location: Northenden (Cheshire) Place(s): Kenworthy (Kennerdy) : undefined Location: Bowdon (Cheshire) Place(s): Baguley (Baguley) : undefined

    CP.G.2516

    in Childwall Participant: Henry Ecclestone [Ecclestone] Role: defendant Details: male Notes: farmer of tithes in Childwall Participant: John Standeven [Standeven] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Hayll) : undefined Halewood (Haylewoodd) : undefined

    CP.G.1686

    Role: witness Details: male; 78; husbandman Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Haile) : township Childwall (Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Hayll, Hale, Hail, Haile) : township Halewood (Haylewoode, Halewood, Hailwood, Hailewood) :

    CP.H.3206

    Place(s): Bradbury (Bradbury, Brodbury) : undefined Cannot identifyStockport (Cheshire) Stockport (Stockport) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Hale(Hale) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Norfolk Location: Walhame (Walhame) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Norwich (Norwiche) : diocese Location:

    CP.G.1685

    (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke (Speake) : undefined Childwall (Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale(Hale, Haill, Haile, Hayll) : township Halewood (Halewoodd, Halewood, Hailewood, Haylewoode) : township Childwall (Chyldwall, Childwall, Childewall) : ecclesiastical parish

 

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