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You searched for: Place: Harts, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodford Introduction

    Woodford Green , where the two medieval tenements of Harts and Marshalls had stood, Sir Humphrey Handforth , Master of the Wardrobe to James I , built a mansion called Harts in 1617 . It was a gabled building which,

    Parishes Sandhurst

    E. Elliott , and the rectory were built by the Rev. Henry Parsons , rector from 1852 to 1878 ; Harts Leap, the residence of Commander P. G. V. Van der Byl. R.N., was built during the same period. Ambarrow

    Combe Economic history

    Sarts, the fields known as the Northalls, Ten Acres, Harts Hole, Over field, and Abbots Pale . 36 In 1609 Combe 's fields were said to comprise West field (194 a.), Harts Hole and New Sarts (232 a., perhaps including

    Friern Barnet Other estates

    site of Coppetts farm before 1565. 78 In 1628 two fields of 10 a. and 12 a. were called Small Harts wood and Deadmans Pitt heath. 79 The second had been cut down by 1565 . 80 William Trott had

    Parishes Godshill

    to it called Scotland , 5 where the courts of the manor are said to have been formerly held. At Harts is a stone-built house of the 17th century with an initialled beam, W.R. 1654. The school, now a council

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn deall pub gair a wneid gan y swvn. Canodd mewn encer, 'Tingle Jack.' Canodd Mr. Thomas Williams, Hey- wood-street, 'Harts of oak' (Dr. Bryce), a 'The Reefer' (Rockstro). Yr oedd ei dclatganiad yn ol ilais, sain, ac amser yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Joshua." Gnosbr, 25 Gini, a thlws man God's universal law" (Samson),- and "As aur cyfwerth a'r gadair. Beirniaid-Parch. Dr. the Harts pants" (lst chorus inlMendelssohn's 42nd Edwards, Bala, J. Hugh Evans, Lerpwl,' a Hwfa Psalm; Prize, £150, and a Gold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o iatau. [Y LLADMERYDD, Mai, 1887.] Y mae y rhifyn hwn eto yn dechlreu gydag un o bre gethau digymar y Parch. D. C. Davies, M.A. Wed gwrando y bregeth er's mwvy nag ugain mlynedd yn ol, darllenasom hi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEl EX:AMlINE:R, .. ~ ~ ~ luna .. t . ON POIIDMSI C.OYADTETIA 'FOR THE :YEAR 1826. PARTY 15 TILE MADNESS OF MANY FOR THE GAIN OF, A iFW.'pOPR. _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ LONDON-. PRtNTHD AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN HUNT, AT TIE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Laumbeth. ' - DIED. On the 9th inst. Anne; wife of G. A. Martin, Esq. of Freezy Water, Wltbalth cross, Harts. On Thursday, at Bath, Dane Henrietta Champneyo; of Exton, relict of Si' T. Champseys, Bart. Her Ladyship was in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Chapter 3, Murage, keyage and pavage

    them." The record then states, that Lionel Lyde was the Mayor of the said city, and that the defendants, the Harts, had become liable to the said duty of 40s. upon the ship Joanna, navigated by them up the said

    Index, H, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    tidesman, Bideford, 925. Hartopp Thomas, debt owed by, to James II., 771 intended farmer of pre-emption of tin, 1430, 1736. Harts , John, shipmaster, 952. Hartwell , Henry, member of the Council, Virginia, 1713. Harty , co. Kent. See Hertigh.

    Cade - Cutler

    27 Jun 1661, disch same day, F £620 (1) St Bartholomew Lane, 1664, St Bartholomew Exchange, 1638, 1656, 1660, ? Harts, Woodford, Essex (2) SCR (3) b Newent, Glouc, d Dec 1675, bur ? St Bartholomew Exchange (4) Will, PCC

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1825, 19 April 1825

    nor shall any Action of yours be called in question before me without my defending you to the utmost. The Harts communicated to me your Conversation with them, and your Desire that they would not think differently of me to Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    FOUNDLINGS FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. 563 Foundlings : Bills relative to—confmaee?. To make provision in certain cases for Deserted and Illeo-i- 'te Children in Ireland; Ordered, lxxxv. 118. Presented; *nted; 143- As amended, printed, 397. Petitions against; From, Dublin, St. Michan, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 November 1803

    the barrel of other Animals - for every £. 100 of the value, on oath Hams, fee Bacon. Hair; viz. Harts Hair Horie Hair • Human Hair - • Kid's Hair - - Ox or Cow's Hair Not enumerated - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 27 April 1807

    Grey Fur Furrier's Wafte Geldings or Nags, fie Horfes. Greaves, or Greafe Guts, Ox Guts •—>—of other animals Hair; viz. Harts Horfe —— Human Kids - Ox, C6w«, or Bulls - Hartfhorn - Hides, raw or untanned Hogs or Pigs Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    86 16° Novembris. A. 1830. Mart is, 16° die Novembris ; Anno 1° Willielmi IV" Regis, 1830. Prayers. Petitions for abolishing Slavery. A Petition of Inhabitants of the united parishes of Petition Kilcoman and Robin, was presented, and read; Subscribers-only content


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