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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burton-upon-Trent Roman Catholicism

    with his wife and sister in 1706 . 12 Eleven people were returned as papists in 1767 . 13 William Hassall , a priest who died at Burton in 1741 , had probably ministered to Catholics in the town and

    Parishes Northwood

    the Royal Navy Vanguard (70 guns), Veteran (64), Salisbury (60), Experiment (45), Astrea and Cerberus (32). Wotsley, op. cit. 232. Hassall , Tour of the Isle of Wight , i, 127. Albin, op. cit. 583. Local Act, 56 Geo. III,

    Parishes Preston Bagot [ Plan of Preston Ba got church ]

    £6,864 to the Rev. John Mills , rector of Barford . 53 In 1749 Thomas Ferrers and his wife, Hugford Hassall of Solihull and Margaret his wife, and Frances Kempson of Solihull , with the consent of John Mills ,


    near the Grange by the Duncans; one cottage pair on the road to Cold Overton is da ted 1899. Alfred Hassall Straker lived in the Grange until 1924 18 and his widow until 1948; after her death it was sold

    Deuxhill Deuxhill in 1882

    and in 1611 Sotherton sold it to Thomas Hassold of Clerkenwell (Mdx.). 1 The manor remained in the Hassold (or Hassall ) family for over a century. After Edward Hassold's death in 1656 it seems to have passed to his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warner, sen.-T. Child and C. Silvester, Hather- sage, Derbyshire, hackle manufacturers-T. Brown and C. Watson, Little Moorfields, fringe makers-Crump and Hassall, Liverpool, attornies-H. Bluett and E. W. Whitmash, Taunton, wine smer- chants-W. Clemson and S. Vaughan, Manchester, dyers-T. Coulston and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he tad received literally a mass of depositions, the largest and longest he had ever seen, against a person named Hassall, imputing to him the murder of his wife. It was a case which appeared to have created a great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES AND ACCIDENTS. A WEST INDIAMAN LOST.-Oil Tuesday the Sarah, West Indiaman, Bridges master, bound from Jamaica for London, made the Margate roads, and in the course of the forenoon was taken in tow by the Trinity steam- tug. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :10. F. G. Tolle, WVelbeclk street, Covecceliesh still iee, builcder-_Jit, 2, It. Birlchall, jun., St Hlelensc, Lancashcire, itoutnnonger-Jdtc.- 12, '1' Hassall, Sicentoloa, Staffordshire, builder. ponote]ls t~equeots'atiostss.-J. fliddicle, Dlunfries, elothlcec-S. Fraser, lnvoreroo, grocer-A. RI~acny, Glasgow, ecsginenr-J. Chlcaicere, Spistaldield, blacksmithi-J. Cicalnmers, j Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. 3'Carty, Gent, vice oBowen-9th Foot: Ens. W. Morrison, from the 64th Foot, to be Paymaster-30t h Foot: G. It. Hassall, Gent., to be Ens., by pur chase, vice M'Neill, appointed to the 78;h Foot-32nd Foot: Lieut. S. H. Lawrence Subscribers-only content


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