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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Andover with Foxcott

    independent district chapelry of Christ Church Smannell with Hatherden . 20 In 1874 Smannell and Hatherden were separated and constituted ecclesiastical parishes. 21 Hatherden is situated 3 miles north of Andover . Hatherden House , which has been for over

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 1-10 Henry VIII (1509-19)

    Livery Companies Commissioners' Report, 1884, vol. iv. p. 130). 4 Near Calne, co. Wilts. 5 Clafford (?), near Andover. 6 Hatherden, near Andover. 7 Enham, near Andover. 8 Andover, co. Hants. 9 St. Cross. 10 Horseheath, co. Cambridge, 11 Walthamstow,

    Index, H,I

    Oak , Hatfeld Braddok, Hatfyld Brodooke, Essex, 16 (i), 609. Hatfield Peverel , Hatfeld Peverell, Essex, 406. Hathebury. See Heytesbury. Hatherden , Hetherden [in Andover ] , Hants, manor, 143. Hathern , Leics, 547. Haton. See Hayton. Hatton , master, Subscribers-only content

    Index, F - K

    Isbrand Morris, 739 Heblyn , Julian, 624 "Heclyngham Sibille " (Sible Hedingham, co. Essex), chantry in church of, 30 Hederden (Hatherden, near Andover), 623 Hedersete , John, fishmonger, 471 Hedge , Samuel, 777 Thomas, 777 Hedingham (Hethyngham), co. Essex, bequest

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hesper, Annette, Miss Vivian, Voltella, Ossian, Marbouroglheta, Aconite, filly, Perqui- site, Nesham, Cog, Hailstone, Yorkminster, Captain Crow, Volga, High Treason, Hatherden, Entremet, Anonyma, Brown Bess, colt. Two and three-year-olds- Physails, colt, Brother to Drake, Makeless, filly, Senorita, Miss Whip. Two-year-olds-Asteroid, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of St. John's Hospital, Northampton; s patron, the Bishop of Lincoln. I Rev. C. 0. Kebbel, vicar of Smaund and Hatherden, vicar h of St. James's, Southampton; patron, the Bishop of Win- chester. Rev. J. Travis Lockwood, curate of Milton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    itn Rev. Jeremy Taylor Pollock; vicar of Brigham, Cumber- th land. Rev. George Allen Proctor; vicar of Christ Church, di Hatherden, Hants. pr lHon. and Rev. W. W. B. Ponsonby, MA. ; rector of fli Marston Bigot. tt Rev. William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otherws-ie Weyhill, Penton r La OraftonPenton, otherwise Peahnito ewosy, Fosxcutt, Nether Wallop, a 4 ;Upper 01atford. Goodworib Clatford, Lower Cloiford. Hatherden, o 17' Charlton, Woodheuse Tuckington, E Lautes, Finckley RingosErham, to 19 Anolover' Knight's ilnham otherwise Enbham, Knigt's, Westover, e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal Higb- neses the Comate de Paris, the Duo de Chartres, the ptince de Conde, and the Count d'Eu; Lord Hatherden, BighDt Hlon. Joeeph Napier; his Excellency Count Platen, edish iter; Liout.-General the Hon. SirE. oust; BO. E. Twis1eton, Hon. Subscribers-only content

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