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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lasham

    John Dabernon. 42 How long the Dabernons continued to hold this property and how and when the next holders, the Hamptons , acquired it is unknown. John Hampton was holding in 1428 , 43 and his grandson Thomas on his

    Parishes Whitsbury

    29, 42; and Arch. Journ . xx, 293-4; Add. Chart. 19591; Cal. Chart. R . 1226-57 , P. 15. The Hamptons held the manor of East Wellow . Pipe R . 18 Hen. II (Pipe R. Soc), 128; Pipe R.

    Minchinhampton Churches

    Glos . ( 1899 ), 103-4. Ibid. 122-4; cf. Hockaday Abs. cccxxiv, 1519. Davis, Monumental Brasses , 110-13; for the Hamptons , see above, p. 192. The brass gives the year of John's death as MCCCCCLVI , probably a mistake

    Twickenham Local government Urban District of Twickenham

    1920 and 1937 , 975 council houses were built in Twickenham ; there were already 690 in Teddington and the Hamptons by the time the borough was enlarged. By 1958 the borough council had built a further 2,507 permanent houses


    century, the parish has been almost continuously occupied by three families, the Gells ( c . 1786-1836 ), 59 the Hamptons ( 1837 - c . 1886) 60 and the Passmores (since 1901). 61 Under Francis Gell , the very

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, I, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    in, in consultation over Lord Burgh, 59, 66. recusants in, 676. Hampton . See Southampton. Hampton Court , 233, 376. Hamptons , the, alledged unfitness for a certain guardianship, 663. Hamstead Norreys , 554. Handbridge , 36, 37. Handford ,

    Henry VIII, June 1543, 6-10, 01 June 1543-30 June 1543

    be a good Englishman, for his ancestors were Englishmen" (he himself says he is come of the house of the Hamptons and is the King's poor kinsman). Cannot think that, if the lords mentioned by Wharton make such a party,

    Index, H, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    I. g. 346 (38). Hampton upon Thames , Midd., I. g, 981 (46). Hampton , John, II. 546 (p. 305). Hamptons , the English family, I. 677. Hamulden , Bucks. See Hambleden. Hamulden , Wm., I. g. 981 (92). Hanbye

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tornieg, messrs. Street and Stokes, Basusghnil-street. J. Toirin, jiln. Deai, rope-rnaker. Aitsrtty, r. Jatkissfi, Fee church-si re-t.' 3. LeUtOaiTd, Little Hamptons, WAVrcelster, seecsmnait. A tor- -Res, -Messr. A~sticb d$ Co. Eing~stlenrh Wail;, Teiisl. W, Pedrrson, Long Saiton,-Linofilshtre -victniller. Amar:ui-, Mesirti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. Piccadilly Farle, John, Little Stanmore Earnshaw, Thomas, 48 St John's.street road Eaton, James Allan, Bond court, Walbrook Eden, Robert, Hamptons Edmonds, Itichard, 12 Trump strect Edmund, Leonard, Esq. Grafton street Edseard, John Rtobert, 17 Mincing lane Edwards, Charles, IS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from different sihopikeepers by falce ed lsrctences.-On Monday lest shte weist to the shop of Mrlis. 'eI" Davisoit hoot-niaker, (Ireat Hamptons Row, and obtahied reat two pain of boots oii the pretence that site was a domestic scsi sos-vent iii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richards, 145, Newt-sen Rtow. C82a I RAEY-YugLady fer Wisitw vees ; alsonu-dr- ..n.-.D Aiprent-ico.-J. M. lfromfisld, 1 acid 2, Groat- Hamptons icen ts Street. o8240 RAPEt- RiY.-Wanted, a goos ul~oner foretele General Draierye;1 Dio s ituAppcrentiee.-Appely, T. .9. Johnsons atad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st cnd At both Derby anid Hamptons escae good sport was provided on I the this afternoon thfie chief plecs at the first~named, the Wellbeck I tho Plate, falling to Mr. Leopold P~othschild's Prodigal, after G.a cdd 3ed capital race Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 November 1768, 15 November 1768

    the faid County ; and alfo from the Road above men¬ tioned, oppofite to the Houfe of'William Dalifon, Efquirej called Hamptons, in the faid Parifh of Wefl Peckham, to the Turnpike Road at the Weft End of Hadlow Street, in Subscribers-only content

    18 November 1768, 18 November 1768

    to the Road lead¬ ing from Seal to Wrotham Heath; and alfo the Road &c. Roads. Taunton Market. leading from Hamptons to the Road at the Weft End of Hadlow Street; are in a very ruinous Condition, and in many Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1793, 1 March 1793

    same Time, in Favour of the said Bill, against the said Petition. Sir JoAzz Jffoz**Aecd reported from the Committee, to Hamptons whom the Bill for continuing and amending an Act, Staines Road passed in the Thirteenth Year of His present Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1810, 12 March 1810

    for in the County of Kent, Widow, was presented, and read ; ^ntVp setting forth, That William Dalison, late of Hamptons, to amend Charitable Donations Bill, defer- A. The Order of the Day being read, for the House to in Subscribers-only content

    Crown lands. Returns relating to the woods, forests, and land revenues of the Crown., 1830

    THE, State of Crown Proi»eiity in the Year 1700. ESTATES. Warwickshire : The manor of Hamptons in Ardcn, with divers [ messuages and lands f therein -J A farm called the Site of] the Manor of Hampton > in Arden Subscribers-only content

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