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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Roman catholicism

    designs of T. H. B. Scott , 92 and seated 600. Harringay was served from West Green in Tottenham , 93 originally called the parish of West Green and Harringay , until the purchase of the Methodists' church in Mattison

    Hornsey , including Highgate Manors

    237/2; B.L. Maps 3465 (36); Madge, Med. Rec. of Harringay , plate VII. Madge, Med. Rec. of Harringay , 52-60. E 315/42/257 f. 75, transl. in Madge, Med. Rec. of Harringay , 57-60. Cal. Pat . 1321-4 , 390; C

    Hornsey , including Highgate Introduction

    Highgate as treated below, see p. 122. Early Rec. of Harringay alias Hornsey , ed. S. J. Madge ( 1938 ), 56. Census , 1881, 1901. Early Rec. of Harringay , 46. Ibid. 43, 50, 52. Geol. Surv. Map 1",

    Hornsey , including Highgate Economic history

    f. 279v. S.P. 12/113/17. Marchams, Ct. Rolls, passim . Madge, Med. Rec. of Harringay , 70; see above. E 372/149 rot. 39d. Madge, Med. Rec. of Harringay , 69. Ibid. 69-71; 99-101; E 154/1/47 m. 3. For the dates of

    Hornsey , including Highgate Other estates

    whose widow surrendered it in 1800 to William Wilcox , 48 who in 1808 sold it to Edward Gray of Harringay House . 49 The freehold estate passed to John Cozens , nephew and devisee of William Cole , and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARYOT, John, of Lewes, Suss.

    Arundel, the lord of Lewes, Maryot joined the forces which, in November 1387, the three original Lords Appellant assembled at Harringay, Middlesex. However, it was not until after the Appellants had relinquished control of the government that he secured royal

    CHOLMLEY, Jasper (c.1539-87), of Highgate, Mdx.

    1587, and was buried at St. Martin’s, Ludgate. In his will, made 12 Sept. 1586, he left his lands at Harringay, Highgate, Kentish Town and St. Pancras to his wife with remainder to his eldest son John, the executors of

    BIXTON, Walter (d.1403/4), of Norwich, Norf.

    Thomas of Woodstock, duke of Gloucester, and was with him when, in the autumn of 1387, Gloucester rose insurrection at Harringay, there to be joined by his closest allies, the earls of Arundel and Warwick. This action of Bixton’s, though

    BRAYBROOKE, Sir Gerard II (bef.1354-1429), of Colmworth, Beds., Horsenden, Bucks. and Danbury, Essex.

    the breach between the duke and the King, and although the armies of the Appellants used the bishop’s wood at Harringay as a place of muster a month later, he avoided being identified with their cause. The nephew was not

    ANDREW, Robert II (d.1437), of Castle Eaton and Blunsdon St. Andrew, Wilts.

    ten days after the session ended he was associated with Thomas Chaucer* and other fellow MPs in purchasing land at Harringay, Middlesex. At Easter 1423 (in which year he obtained a papal licence to have a portable altar), he joined

  • * British History Online *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1569

    and Barnard Randolph esq. J.P. G. S. P. R., Easter, 11 Eliz. 26 March, 11 Elizabeth. True Bill that, at Harringay alias Harnesey co. Midd. on the said day, Martin Warner of Islington gentleman, Edward Bussell of Kentyshetowne laborer, and

    Index, H, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    Benjamin Woodroofe, 348. Harpur , John, Sheriff of co. Huntingdon, surplusage of account, 239. -, Randolph, tidesman at Bristol, 268. Harringay (Harringway), co. Middlesex. See Hornsey. Harris , , 5. -, Lieutenant , recruiting officer, 280. -, Catherine, petition, 630.

    Index, F - K

    Thorstan, 96 Harredon , co. Northampton, 160 Harres , John, 29 " , see Harris, Harrys Harreyonge , Helen, 69 Harringay , Harringaie, & c., see Hornsey Harrington (Harryngton), Robert, 62, 64(2) Harris , Edward, 218 " , Elizabeth, 175

    Index, H, I

    , George, King's servant, 717, 725, 764, 1056, 1061, 1085, 1104 5. Harpesfelde , Lewis, App. 3. Harreys. See Harris. Harringay , alias Harmesey, Midd., g. 385 (29). Harrington (Haryngton), Linc., 828 ii. -, vicar of, 968 (p. 390). Harrington

    Index, H, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 23). Harriett , Harriot or Haryott, Wm., 438 (1 m. 19), 2480 (28), 2656 (6). Harrigge . See Hayridge. Harringay (Harryngey), Midd., 438 (1 m. 4). Harrington , Ntht., 438 (3 m. 5). Harrington (Haryngton), Eliz., d. and h.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Harringay Lodge

    Harringay Lodge (2763) Lodge Details Named in: 1899 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1899 Warrant of Constitution: 7th June 1899. Consecrated 25th July 1899 Warrant of Centenary: 24th July 1999 Year of Centenary: 1999 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 24th July

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackheath park Joit Ccssdiecb, Esq. Lewisham :Y John Cattley, Esq. Moorgate street Edwsard Henry Chapman, Esq. 131 Leadenhall street, and Harringay rHouse, Holusey oTames Clay, Esq. 2 Montague square AtGeorge Clive, Esq. Sanderstead, sear Croydon -Y Joab Chevalier Cobbold, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunt, William, Whitehall Herrieu, Charles John, Waterloo place Hall, James, Enfield chase Hale, John Dawson, Cattle gate, Enfield Haslope, Lancelot, Harringay house, Enfield Hopegood, Francis Vere, Hadley HPlpper Richard, Iluceleugh terrace, Upper Clapton Hulkert, Htenry Young, Upper Clapton, Hall, Henry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hunt, Montagase, 10 Whitehall Hopper, Richard, Esq. Buceleaigh terrace, Hackney Hale, Joln Dawson, Cattle gate, Enfield Haslope, Launcelot L. Esq. Harringay hosase, Hornsey Haffenden, Thomas, Hanacell Flall, Henry, Hillingdon Hayes, Charles Frederick, Stubury Hayes, Horace George, Sunbury Heseltine, William, Laleham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harris, Robert Feltham Harris, South, Staines Harwood, Joseph, Warwick street Harley, Thomas, W. I Hereford square, Brompton Haslop, Launcelot, Esq. Harringay house, Hornsey road Hatchett, Bieorge A. Esq. Baker street, Enteld Hatfield, Gilliat, 45 Minories Hawkins, Henry, I Crown Office Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To-mrruow, at Aleadra Park, I s-all select the following Wood Green Plate, hl -i ; Juvenile Plate, or LvcarcA; Harringay Plate, Pxr.cnv: hIlddleaz Handleap, Unoilonor fleneis-searra; Alexandra 1andicap, Xoa.sEw or PAcre; Pelane FaePl, Swoomunsaxaa or MsISar_ ry Night. VESITAS. Subscribers-only content

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