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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Hastings

    Hospitals Hastings 41. THE HOSPITAL OF HASTINGS The date and circumstances in which this hospital was founded are unknown, and the first mention of it appears to be in 1294 when Petronilla de Cham, widow, gave to the brethren and

    Hospitals St John the Baptist & St John the Evangelist , Leicester

    Rec., 1327-1509 , 282-3, 425, and Hist. MSS. Com., Hastings , i, 59. Cur. Reg. R., Ric. 1- 1201 , 164. Leic. Boro. Rec., 1103-1327 , 9. Hist. MSS. Com., Hastings , i, 336, 341. The earl in question is

    Parishes Eaton Hastings

    Parishes Eaton Hastings EATON HASTINGS Eton (xi-xiii cent.); Eton Hastings (xiii cent.); Water Eton , Water Hastynges, Water Eaton (xvi cent.). Eaton Hastings is a small parish with an area of 1,570 acres, of which 143 acres are arable land

    Parishes Daylesford

    in the possession of the Hastings family for over 300 years. It was held by Edward Hastings in 1466 41 and 1494, 42 and successively by his son 43 and grandson, 44 both John Hastings . Simon the son of

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Hastings

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Hastings 10. THE PRIORY OF HASTINGS 1 The Austin priory of the Holy Trinity of Hastings was founded, according to Leland , 2 by Sir Walter Bricet in the time of Richard I ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYBARD, Thomas.

    WYBARD, Thomas. Constituency Dates Hastings 1407 Biography Otherwise unknown.

    CLYVESSEND, John, of Hastings, Suss.

    CLYVESSEND, John, of Hastings, Suss. Constituency Dates Hastings 1386 Hastings Feb 1388 Hastings Jan. 1390 Hastings 1391 Hastings Jan. 1397 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Hastings c.1387-8. Biography Clyvessend held land at Fairlight, near Hastings, on which as a Portsman he claimed

    COURTHOPE, William, of Hastings, Suss.

    Hastings, Suss. Constituency Dates Hastings 1420 Hastings May 1421 Hastings Dec. 1421 Hastings 1422 Hastings 1426 Hastings 1431 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Hastings Apr. 1430-2, 1437-9. Biography Courthope attended the Brodhull five times between March 1436 and December 1438, representing

    PARKER, John V, of Hastings, Suss.

    PARKER, John V, of Hastings, Suss. Constituency Dates Hastings May 1421 Hastings 1423 Hastings 1425 Hastings 1432 Hastings 1433 Hastings 1435 Ofifces Held Cinque Ports’ bailiff at Yarmouth Sept.-Nov. 1436, 1443. Ofifces Held Bailiff, Hastings Apr. 1439-41. Biography As a

    BANNOK, Richard, of Hastings, Suss.

    BANNOK, Richard, of Hastings, Suss. Constituency Dates Hastings 1381 Hastings Sept. 1388 Hastings 1391 Biography Bannok witnessed a deed at Hastings in 1382.Sale Cat. Battle Abbey Chs. (1835), p. 85.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    64'abiabau 'Ml ?thncracrl. Yn Aberystwyth yr wythnos ddiweddaf cawsom brawf ymarferol ar yr hen ddihareb Gymreig sydd erbyn hyn wedi dyfod yn " eiriau teuluaidd" ymhell y ti hwnt i Glawdd Offa-" trech gwlad nag arglwydd." Er einbod, fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymadawedig yn dad t~r diweddar BarciL J. Willhams, Castel' newydd Emlyr, a'r~arcb. B. Williams, Canaan. Ar y 18fed cyfisol, yr Hastings, lls yr oedd wedi myned. yr oleyfarwyddyd ei meddyg, i arcs dros ygaunaf, Misc Ellen Evans, trydydd ferch Roger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychwaith .i'w dueddu. i edrych arno ei hun fer cyfarfod. peliticaidd. IGwnaeth Mr. Ughtred KaywShuttleworth,- yr .aelod .Rhyddfrydol newydd dros. Hastings, wqellargraff o lawert ar iy Ty, ac y mae, yn beth1 gwvir, obeithiol gweled dyn ieuano mor alluog gu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hejlaw ei fad yn rhedegwr ceffylau hyd nes y rhedwyd eIddyweddi,] y jLadyi Florence P Fagetaoddiaruao gan t Ar alydd Hastings. Gwnaeth 1i ynly yr horse racer ,yn loliticiaas; a char. fodllwydiat nid bychan wiedi d dilyn y drodigeth,- gwfiwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am ddwy awr. Yr oeddid wedi bwriadu i'w uchelder fyned gyda'r gerbydres i Lundain, ond penderfynwyd drachefn ei anion i Hastings. Edrychai yn welw a Iluddedig. CYNYGION AM HEDDWCH. Dyvedir a Brussels, Medi 5ed, fad M. Jules Favre wedi gwncyd Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 22nd February 1834

    At 4 came Mrs.Anderson till 5. At 7 we dined. The Duke of Norfolk , the Marchloness of Hastings , Lady Flora Hastings, the Earl of Ilchester , Lady Theresh Strangways , the Earl of Kerry , Lord Duncannon ,

    Monday 17th November 1834

    , Jane , Victoire, General King , Sir Byam Martin , Dr.Wilmot , Mr.North , Mr.Randolph , the Mayor of Hastings , Mr.Shadwell , Mr.James Burton , and Sir J .C. dined here. I stayed up till ½ past 9.

    Monday 17th November 1834

    , Jane , Victoire, General King , Sir Byam Martin , Dr.Wilmot , Mr. North, Mr.Randolph , the Mayor of Hastings , Mr.Shadwell , Mr.James Burton , and Sir J .C. dined here. I stayed up till ½ past 9.

    Tuesday 18th November 1834

    we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 came the Dean till ½ past 10. At ½ past 11 we went to Hastings with Lady Flora and Lehzen. We walked about there and also at St.Leonards. At 1 we lunched. We heard

    Tuesday 18th November 1834

    we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 came the Dean till ½ past 10. At ½ past 11 we went to Hastings with Lady Flora and Lehzen. We walked about there and also at St.Leonards. At 1 we lunched. We heard

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1794, 6 May 1794

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. ^.1794. 3. *' Fields, Commons, Downs, Waftes, and other Com- " monable Lands and Grounds, in the Parifh of " Compton, otherwife Compton Beauchamp, in the County » of berks." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1809, 23 January 1809

    from the Thanks to be bellowed " on thofe who achieved the glorious Victory gained " upon that Occafion. " Hastings, he: f. ROSSLYN." Then the Queftion was put on the original Motion. It was refolved in the Affirmative. Resolved, Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1809, 21 April 1809

    refolved in the Negative. " DISSENTIENT: " Grey. " Cawdor. " Essex. " Yarborough. " Clifton. " Erskine. 'I! " Hastings, &c. " Wentworth Fitzwilliam. " Albemarle. " PoNsoNBY Imo. " FORTESCUE. " Suffolk and Berkshire. " Spencer of M'orvileighton. Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1810, 22 March 1810

    it et a a kt it K t( William Frederick. Stafford. Essex. KlKG. Lauderdale. LUCAN. COWPER. Grey. Carysfort. Spencer. Grenviixe. Hastings. Somerset. Derby. Hillsborough. Albemarle. DUTTON. Bolton. Car rington. donoughmore. Keith. Lansdowne. AlLSA. Vassall Holland. RoSSLYN. ponsonby ponsonby. Clifton." Protefts Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1810, 29 November 1810

    in the Negative. « DISSENTIENT. " William. t( Augustus Frederick. " St. Vincent. " Somerset. ** Erskine. " RoSSLYN. " Hastings, &c. ** Vassall Holland. " Grenville. " Spencer. " Derbt. ". Essex. " Stafford. " St. John. " DUTTON. Subscribers-only content

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

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    Q. Mary. The Martyrdome of 6. Martyrs burned at Brainford.

    last came into the sayde place Syr Edward Hastinges and Syr Thomas Cornwales at the condemnation of these Martyrs.syr Edwarde Hastings & sir Thomas Cornewales knights, two of Quene Maries officers of her house, and being there, they sate them

    Queene Mary. Gods prouidence in preseruing Lady Elizabeth in Queene Maries tyme.

    was sent the Lord William Haward. &c.sent to her three of her Counsailours, to wit, Sir Richard Sowthwel, syr Edwarde Hastings, then maister of the horse, and Syr Thomas Cornwalles, with their retinue and troupe of horsemen, to the number

    Book 4, page 719 (1563)

    of Caleis, that he was a seditious fellow.Among these accusers besides the reast, was one Richard Longe, an other Fraunces Hastings, men of armes, who charged the forenamed T. Broke, with one Geffraye Louedaye Esquire, for staying & maintaining þe

    Quene Mary. Gods prouidence in preseruing his seruauntes. Lady Elizabeth.

    day after the rising of Wyat, sent to her iij. of her Counsaillours, to witte, Syr Iohn Williams, Syr Edw. Hastings, and Syr Th. Cornwalles, sent to fetch vp Lady Elizabeth.Syr Iohn Williams, Syr Edward Hastinges, then Master of þe

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in Calice. Rafe Hare with others accused.

    was a seditious fellow. Accusers of Tho. Broke.Among these accusers besides the rest, was one Richard Long, an other Fraunces Hastings, men of armes, who charged þe forenamed Tho.mas Broke, and one Geffray Loueday Esquire, False accusatiō.for staying and mainteining

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Harmony

    1813], 29 December 1817. Meeting Places Swan Inn, Hastings, Sussex 1799 Private Room, High Street, Hastings, Sussex 1803 Swan Inn, High Street, Hastings, Sussex 1808 Anchor Inn, George Street, Hastings, Sussex 1814 Crown Inn, All Saints Street, Hastings, Sussex 1817

    Derwent Lodge

    Parade, Hastings, Sussex 1813 Anchor Inn, George Street, Hastings, Sussex 1817 Cutter Inn, East Parade, Hastings, Sussex 1822 Swan Hotel, High Street, Hastings, Sussex 1823 King's Head Inn, All Saints Street, Hastings, Sussex 1827 Cutter Inn, East Parade, Hastings, Sussex

    Hastings Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, East Ascent, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Hastings, Sussex, England 1915 Castle Hotel, Hastings, Sussex, England 1897

    Two Parallel Lodge

    Athol Lodge, No. 36, of 5 April 1813, was constituted under this Warrant, at Hastings, on 12 May 1813. Meeting Places Jersey, Jersey, Channel Islands 1805 Lisbon, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal 1811 Hastings,Hastings, Sussex 1813 Second Battalion Fifty-eighth Regiment 1814

    Heretaunga Lodge

    Reg. of G.L. of New Zealand. Meeting Places Victoria Masonic Hall, Munroe Street, Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand 1878 Railway Hotel, Omahu Road, Hastings, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand 1879 Masonic Hall, St. Aubyn Street, Hastings, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand 1879

 

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