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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Hampton Grammar School

    Schools Hampton Grammar School HAMPTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL By will 19 proved in 1557 Robert Hammond , a prosperous London brewer, left a house and land worth £3 a year to support a free school at Hampton ; Richard Alcocke, Vicar

    Classes of documents in the Middlesex Record Office used

    Parish Registers E.M.C. Extra-Mural Collections F Facsimile G.O.C. General Orders of Court H.T. Hearth Tax Assessment L.T.A. Mdx. Land Tax Assessment L.V. Licensed Victuallers' Lists P.R. Prints and Drawings S.B. Sessions Book S.R. Sessions Roll Tp. Ham Turnpike Records, Hampton

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : charities

    Hampton Hill , St. James , for the repair of the respective churches. That one-third of the income of Mary Harris ' Charity (no. 3) should be paid to the trustees of the Hampton Wick Parish Lands (see under

    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : churches

    and the sixth contains burials 1768 to 1812. The church of ST. JOHN, HAMPTON WICK , was built at the same time as the parish church of Hampton , and was intended as a chapel of ease to it; upon

    Sport, ancient and modern Coursing

    that Henry VIII when subdividing the Home Park and Bushey Park at Hampton converted portions of them into the course, 144 acres, and the hare warren, 380 acres in extent, and that he and several other sovereigns, and notably William

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffla-uinababb, &e. MASNACH YD. (Crynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wytknos.) Cafwyd masnach fywiog mevn gwenith yr wythenos ddiwedd. af ynghyd a chodiad o is. y chwrter amy mathau go:eu. Yr oedd y biawd hefyd yn uweh. fwecthai haidd am godiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4farthnabtabb, &r. MASNACH YD. (Crynodeb o Adroddiadau yr Wythlnos.) Gydag yehydig eithriad yE y tywydd, sych acwn a gafwYnd ar hyd yr wythnos ddiweddaf. Mae rhagolygen d .ga-flnith edrych yn ddrwg; ond nid ydyw sefYllfa y plangfy aboy dylid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilythyrenau " R. C. T." Yr oedd yntau wedi gweled n y un o'r hysbysiadau ; a dyn o sw.vydd Hampton oedd wedi u 1. Li ddangos iddo; ae aid oes wybod yn hollol pa faint yn tua ychwaneg a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dau ffrwyd'riad le-un yn nghloddfa Pin'c Brook, pryd y llosgwyd pump, rai oahonynt yn lied ddrwg, a'r lall yn Dghloddfa Hampton, pryd yr anafwyd saith. Ba un o honynt farw, sef W..H. WAiliams, Oymrao. Yr -oedd ratkin H.' Willians yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Diogenes. SYR JOHN PAXINGTON, ARGLWYDD HAMPTON. Ond nid ydyw Syr John Pakington yn y Weinyddiaeth. Eithaf gwir, ond eto y mae yn anhawdd meddw] am Weinyddiaeth DorYaidd heb Syr John ynddi, ac yr ydwyf rywsut yn methu gweled anmhriodoldeb mewn Subscribers-only content

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    and warding rounde about the house, and she close shut vp within her prison. The nexte daye her grace entred Hampton court on the backside, into the Princes lodging, the dores being shut to her: and she garded with souldiers

    K. Henry. 8. Olde Euidences declaring the auncientnes of Priestes Mariage.

    was An. R. Edw. R. a octavo11. An other euidence touching the same.Scriptum Rogeri le Potter fact. M. Rich. de Hampton Clerico & Margareta vx. eius, de terris in feodo de parua Ridware in Com. Staff. SCiant præsentes & futuri

    Book 4, page 655 (1563)

    maddyng,As men distraught of myndeWith fewe clothes on our backesBut an Image of waxe,For the lame and for the blynde.To Hampton, to Ipswyche,To Harforth, to shordyche,With many mo places of pryce,As to our lady of Worcester,And the swete Rode of

    K. Hen.8. Talke betweene the king and the French Ambassadour. Syr George Blage condemned.

    Fraunce whose name was Mounsieur de Annebault, he came to Hampton Court the 20. day of Aug. an. 1546. from the French king, came to the kings Maiestie at Hampton Courte not long before his death.The matter of reformation againe

    Book 6, page 1216 (1563)

    as the sayde Statute dothe limite and appoint in this behalfe. Geuen vnder our Signes Manuell, at our Honor of Hampton court. the. 13. daye of Iune, the first and second yeares of our reignes.Imprinted by Iohn Cawod. Anno. 1555.☞

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [St. Martins.] Aldersgate Ward. [Sanctuary there.]

    him and Justice Southcote , out of the Star Chamber, Trin. 11. Eliz. concerning the Sanctuary of Westminster , for Hampton and Whitacres being in for Debt. Concerning the Patron, Privilege and exempt Jurisdiction of this Church, we may understand

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Abby-Church Sanctuary.

    such as should make Claim by Order of the Laws to the said Cloths. This Privilege of Sanctuary continued. For Hampton and Whitacre, in Queen Elizabeths Reign, betook themselves here for Debt. Whence a Case relating to this Sanctuary happened

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Fishmongers.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Forster , Maior 1455 . Buried at St. Botulph by Billingsgate . Sir William Hulyn, Maior 1460 . Sir VVilliam Hampton , Maior 1473 . He dwelt next to St. Christopher's Church -door. Where I think he is buried. Sir

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAMPTON, John, of Stoke Charity, Hants.

    HAMPTON, John, of Stoke Charity, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire 1394 Ofifces Held Bp. Wykeham’s bailiff of the liberty of Oxon. and Berks. bef. Dec. 1404. Biography Hampton’s grandfather and father had both served as knights of the shire for

    BUCKNALL, Thomas Skip Dyot (c.1734-1804), of 69 Baker Street, Portland Square and Hampton, Mdx.

    of 69 Baker Street, Portland Square and Hampton, Mdx. Constituency Dates St Albans 1796 51802 Ofifces Held Vice-pres. Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Biography Bucknall came of the Hampton branch of the London brewers,[footnote] also settled

    WOOLMORE, John (1755-1837), of Hampton, Mdx. and Kingsterndale, Derbys.

    (1755-1837), of Hampton, Mdx. and Kingsterndale, Derbys. Constituency Dates Westbury 1806 251807 Ofifces Held Entered E.I. Co. navy 1766, ret. as capt. 1782. Ofifces Held Dep. chairman E.I. Dock Co. 1803-19, 1822-4, 1827-32, chairman 1826-7, 1830-1, 1834-5; elder, Trinity House

    PROGERS, Edward (1621-1713), of Bushy House, Hampton, Mdx.

    of Bushy House, Hampton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Breconshire 19 Mar. 1662 Ofifces Held Page to Charles I 1632-46; groom of the bedchamber to the Prince of Wales 1646-50, (as King) Apr. 1660-85; asst. R. Adventurers into Africa 1666, 1670-1; commr.

    MAYLARD, Rowland (d.1596), of Hampton Court, Mdx.

    MAYLARD, Rowland (d.1596), of Hampton Court, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1571 Gatton 1572 Ofifces Held Keeper of gardens at Hampton Court by 1573; clerk of peace, Surr.; master of swans on Thames by 1593. Biography A servant of the Howards

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 December 1690, 1 December 1690

    Behalf. To Sir Thomas JDuppa, Gentleman Ufher of the Black Rod, his De¬ puty and Deputies, and every of them. Hampton, alias Lewis, the Sum of Ten Pounds of good and lawful Money of England, for her Cofts and Charges Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1743, 1 February 1744

    and his Iffue to take and ufe the Surname of Dod, purfuant to the Will of William Dod late of Hampton in the County of Chefier Efquire, deceafed: It is Ordered, That Leave be given to bring in a Bill> Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1750, 2 April 1750

    PRAYERS. Hampton -j^g Lonj Uchefier reported from the Lords Com- Court Badge, J f • o r Bin. mittees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for " building a Bridge crofs the River of Thames, from *' Hampton Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1758, 9 June 1758

    Inn, and from the Market Houfe in " Tttbury to the Turnpike Road on Minchin Hampton " Common, and from the faid Road in Minchin Hampton " Field unto the Turnpike Road from Cirencejier to " Stroud near Burnt Jß, Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1760, 2 April 1760

    in the County of Stafford, and from " thence to Caftle Bromwich and Stone Bridge in the " Parifti of Hampton on Arden in the County of War- ** wick, and from Caftle Bromwich to Birmingham m " the fame Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 14th June 1844

    at the same time, for Hampton Court , & they, & there gentlemen only joined me here, at ¼ p. 3., so that we had a very late luncheon. The King was enchanted with Hampton Court. Later, we walked with

    Wednesday 18th December 1839

    “I never could bear to have any others; I had one liver coloured and white, which I bought at Little Hampton in 6; when you have them always with you, they get to understand everything, and can do all but

    Monday 3rd August 1840

    my 3 little ponies. At about 3 we went in pony phaeton (Albert driving me) to Hampton Court . The Park looked beautiful & Hampton Court itself & the gardens, with its avenues, courts & fountains, looked exceedingly handsome. Albert

    Monday 22nd May 1843

    the Baby, came to our luncheon. - Albert took me a most beautiful drive by Hampton , all along the banks of the river, through Hampton along such pretty lanes. - over Walton Bridge & home by Walton . -

    Monday 24th May 1847

    me out to Hampton Court & back by Bushy Park, where the Horse Chestnuts are in full bloom, always a beautiful sight. Being which Monday, there were great crowds out in the Park, & also at Hampton Court, in cars

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lebanon Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1326 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Lion, Lion Square, Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex 1870 Railway Hotel, High Street, Feltham, Middlesex 1883

    Thames Valley Lodge

    Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1460 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Ship Hotel, River Bank, Halliford (near Shepperton), Middlesex 1874 Mitre Hotel, Hampton Court Bridge, Hampton, Middlesex 1894

    Hemming Lodge

    Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1512 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Lion Hotel, Lion Square, Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex 1874 Greyhound Hotel, Park Gate, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1889

    Lodge of Harmony

    Dormant many years prior to 1801. Meeting Places Toy Inn, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1785 Private Room, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1790 Toy Inn, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1801 Red Lion Inn, Thames Street, Hampton, Middlesex 1818 Greyhound, George Street, Richmond, London 1828

 

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