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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Austin canons Priory of Baxterwood

    founded monastery was called 'The Church of St. Mary of Haswell ,' 6 but it is doubtful whether the building of any church or religious house was actually begun at Haswell , 7 as almost immediately afterwards the same, together

    Hospitals SS Lazarus , Mary & Martha, Sherburn

    occ. c . 1269 27 William of the Island, occ. 1302 28 Lambert of Trikingham, occ. 1313 29 Thomas of Haswell , occ. before 1330 30 Thomas de Nevill, presented 1340 31 John of Westwitton, occ. 1343 32 Alan of

    Woolaston Manor and other estates

    occurs as 'Harolneshalle' in 1307 , 36 'Halishall' grange in 1535 and 1537, 37 'Hassells' in 1628 , and ' Haswell ' in 1769 and 1775; 38 the modern form does not appear before 1815. 39 The grange was leased

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Cirencester

    1276 , reveals maladministration and weak government. 23 Under the rule of Abbot Henry de Munden, the prior, William de Haswell , had exercised, or perhaps usurped, great power, and it is likely that he held the office of treasurer.

    Major buildings Cathedral and close

    west arch of the crossing, and shortly afterwards the Birmingham architect R. C. Hussey , aided by his mason George Haswell , 143 opened up the blocked eastern arch of the sanctuary, and installed new Decorated tracery in the east

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20 o oed; yrngeisiodd 19. Oyfarnwyd y wobr gyntaf i. . Miss Lewis, Conway-street, Birkenbead, a'r ail i Miab ¢. Haswell, Church-street; y ddwy o dan addysg Mr. W. 1. Argent. Beirnidid, Dr. Maefarren, a Mr. Brin- ley Richards. Cystadleuseth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deacons were received as members of the Presbytery -Messrs J. H. Dav1(T. son and James Griffiths, Saughall, Messrs C. C Haswell, T. D. Harley, and E: Lloyd, Chester, *Mr. J. W. Jones, of Catherine Street, Liverpsosl Rev. D. Edwards, Flint,-examined Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    those marked thus * were new, and the others elected on the show of hands : Messrs. Carter, Elliott, Stubbings, Haswell, Dixon, Unwin, Marchant, Morri. son, Jewieson, Adamson, Chapman,* Frodsham,* and Funge.*-Mr. Oliver was then proposed to be added to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAY, FOUR O'CLOCYr. Consols ...... Do.'Account - . . 3 percent. Reduced - 3 N'ew ... :4 Redaund -- . . . . Leng A nnuities. Bank Stocke.. cxeheqsser Bils IndiaStk*.: Ind'ia Bobds . .. Price. 924 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d; *illingworth. 21S; Northunmberland, 20s tSd; Penretb, 20s- Eden Main, 23s 9d; Belmont, 23s 3d; Braddyll's Hetton, 24s sd ; Haswell, 23s 9d; Hetton, 24s 9d; Lanbltont, 24s 6d; Russell's Hetton, 24s 3d; Stewarts, 24s 6d; Adelaide, 22- 3d; Barrett, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 July 1834, 31 July 1834

    Durham to Sunderland near the Sea, with a Branch " to join the Hartlepool Railway in the Township of " Haswell, all in the County of Durham." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Con¬ sideration of the Subscribers-only content

    31 July 1834, 31 July 1834

    to Sunderland near the Sea, with a " Branch to join the Hartlepool Railway in the Town- " ship of Haswell, all in the County of Durham," was committed ; " That they had considered the said Bill, " and Subscribers-only content

    1 August 1834, 1 August 1834

    to Sunderland near the Sea, with " a Branch to join the Hartlepool Railway in the Town- " ship of Haswell, all in the County of Durham." Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Church¬ wardens and Inhabitants of the Subscribers-only content

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

    bridge, Breamore and Rockbourne, 241.—Gateshead, 349. Glan- mire, 247. Gloucester, 368. Gosport and Alverstoke, 241. Grove, 390.—Hacketstown, 413. Hartlepool, 303. Haswell, 349. Havant, 241. Heversham, 296. Houghton, 241. Hough- ton-le-Spring, 349.—Islington, 315. Islington, St. Mary, 390.— Kendal, 296. Knaresborough, 310.—Lancaster, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 12 Car. II - 13 Ann. Vols. XI - XIX

    641a. Hearing adjourned, 656 a. Judgment reversed, with Directions, 660 a. GRAY, JOHN: Respondent to Appeal of Haswell, 23 Car. 2. wide Haswell, Mary. GRAY, ROBERT, M.D.: impeached of High Treason, 1 W. & M. wide Blair, Sir Adam. GREAT: Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ANDERSON, Bertram (d.1571), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Haswell Grange, co. Dur.

    of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Haswell Grange, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Newcastle-upon-Tyne Mar. 1553 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Apr. 1554 Newcastle-upon-Tyne Nov. 1554 Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1558 Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1563 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Newcastle 1543-4, mayor 1551-2, 1557-8, 1563-4; escheator, Northumb. 1555-6. Biography Anderson traded with the Netherlands

 

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