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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Beauchamp Roding Parish government and poor relief

    Q/SBa 3. E.R.O., Q/CR 1/9. E.R.O., D/DOp B39/75. Rep. Sel. Cttee. on Overseers Retns. 1777 , H.C. Ser. i, vol. ix, p. 350. In 1843 Almshouse Field adjoined Butt Hatch Farm: E.R.O., D/CT 294. E.R.O., D/P 146/18/1. E.R.O., Q/SBb 268.

    Parishes Cliddesden

    Alton . This name occurs as 'Oddele' in the 13th century and as 'Odlease' in 1578 . 4 Hatch , containing Hatch Warren Farm, is a detached portion of the parish lying to the west. It was a separate parish

    Kelvedon Hatch Introduction

    Kelvedon Hatch Introduction KELVEDON HATCH Kelvedon Hatch is 3 miles south of Chipping Ongar and 4 miles north-west of Brentwood , on the east bank of the Roding. 1 It contains 1,683 acres. The soil is mainly London Clay with

    The hundred of Basingstoke Index Map to the Hundred of Basingstoke

    first Saturday after Hock-tide 6 was attended by tithingmen from Basing, Basingstoke , Bramley , Chineham , Cliddcsden, Eastrop , Hatch , Hazeley , Kempshott , Maplederwell, Nately Scures , Newnham , Sherborne St. John , Somershill, Steventon , Tunworth

    Beauchamp Roding Introduction

    streams flow east to join the Roding. Butt Hatch Wood is in the south-west of the ancient parish. The road from Ongar to Dunmow enters the parish in the south near Butt Hatch Farm. In its earlier form 'Burnthatch', the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr arwydd, en bod yn gynulliadau o bobl wedi eu hachub. Atebwyd mo hono, ase y mae dynion fel Gore, Hatch, a Llghtfoot yn ei addef. Yr unig ffordd y gallsnt el gyfarfod yw trwy ddweyd mai eithriad yw. Gwnaer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B.'A. 3 H. Rowlands 4 R. R. Jones T. H. Thickens 6 PR. Griffith 8 W. H. Liewis (s) 9 Hatch Hibbt Lec- tures (2nd B.D.) 1 J. T. Williams B3.A. 2 p. G Williams, B.So. 3 R. Morris, M.A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    duction to the Study of Theology; Rabiger El- cyclopaedia of Theology; Harnack, History of Dog ma, Vol. I. Introductory Division; Hatch, Hil, bert Lectures; Martensen, Christian Dogmaties Hag!enbach, History of Doctrines (rhanau); a WJin er, Confessions of Christendom. Gwneir yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of self-detrncnion shoiuld be left in his wvay; be had also been innfortied, that a man of the namne of Hatch, a fruit- s tlesanan, in Curreit-garden mnarket, for wvLom the prisoner hiad worked, called on Inimn on Thlnnrday, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tenaciously to tio clef Poiuiti xin,: tich--h Apt'eeitnen! - ea'eiy-nabeead p-i--t~oo o tobe ii nersilt u tiii jiroved torhe kitiii- (Hatch Irriees:)--'A if ln-iitsg tion lir mld by-liisi te;r xs Milul i-tertuicds vey ditflero0t1 frimr that with-h tfte l elotFe Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYDE, Robert (1650-1722), of Hatch, nr. Hindon, and Heale, Wilts.

    (1650-1722), of Hatch, nr. Hindon, and Heale, Wilts. Constituency Dates Hindon 23 Feb 1677 24 Jan. 1679 Hindon 1685 1687 Hindon 1689 1698 Wiltshire 1702 20 Apr. 1722 Biography Hyde, whose father was first cousin to Lord Chancellor Clarendon, was

    HYDE, Robert (1650-1722), of Dinton and Hatch, Wilts.

    of Dinton and Hatch, Wilts. Constituency Dates Hindon 23 Feb 1677 Jan. 1679 Hindon 1685 1687 Hindon 1689 1698 Wiltshire 1702 27 Apr. 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Salisbury 1680–4, Oct. 1688–d., Wilton 1675–June 1688, Oct. 1688–d. Ofifces Held Trustee, Bishop

    BYNG, Robert (by 1530-95), of Wrotham, Kent.

    to Roger Twysden, captain of light horse in the lathe of Aylesford, about the building of a shelter at Heavy Hatch for the watchmen:no costly house, but only to save them from stormy weather, without any seats or place of

    ALLEYN, Thomas, of East Grinstead, Suss.

    had, in the spring of 1381, attacked the duke’s steward for Sussex while he was holding a court at Hungry Hatch, raided houses belonging to the duke at Ringmer, and seized and burnt a number of official documents. Subsequently they

    ST. LOE (SEYNTLOWE), Edward (d.1578), of Sutton Court, Som. and Knighton, Wilts.

    died 13 years later, their two children were already married, John to Elizabeth Hyde, of the rising legal family of Hatch, and Ann to Edward Nicholas, to whom she had already borne the future secretary of state. Margaret St. Loe’s

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 March 1764, 19 March 1764

    Geo. Ill* Journals of ike Höufe of Lords» f ' cloiure, printers of of, »«ached, and fined. he the Hodie 2* vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An A& for " amending and widening the Road from a Place Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1769, 24 April 1769

    35« Journals of the Houfe of Lords. J. 1769. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords following: Ld. Prefident. L. Bp. Durham. 'L.WilloughbyBr. J" gy L. V/illoughbyPar. L. Delamer. L. 'Trevor. L. Romney. Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1769, 26 April 1769

    Road " from Wat's Crofs to Gowdenj and for repairing the " Roads leading from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurß " Hatch Corner, and from Penfhurß Town to Southbo- " rough, in the faid County,1" was committed. The Lord Delamer made Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1769, 27 April 1769

    the Road from " Wai's Crofs to Cowden; and for repairing the Roads " leading from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurft Hatch .i( Corner, and from Penßurfl Town to Southborough, in " the faid County." The Queftion was put, *f Whether Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1769, 1 May 1769

    of the Road from Wat's Crofs to Cowdm ; and for repairing the Roads leading from Scvenoaks Common to Crockhurß Hatch Corner, and from Pcnfhurß 'Town to Southbo- rough, in the faid County." " An Aft to continue and render Subscribers-only content

 

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