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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Isle of Wight Hundred of East Medine

    West Medine. 7 The hundred court was held at 'Estmed le Hate,' 8 which Sir John Oglander locates as 'the Hatt of trees on the East end of Stanum down nere the parke gate going into Arreton grounds from the

    Parishes Pamber

    of the Forrest . . . when the Tythingman for the time being sitts in an Elbow Chair with his Hatt on as Lord of the Manour; the other people uncovered stand while the Steward swears the Jury and gives

    Parishes Stifford STIFFORD & GRAYS THURROCK 1980

    sold the manor in 1640 to John Hatt (d. 1658), City Solicitor of London , and Richard Piggott , presumably his father-in-law of that name. 95 In 1650 Thomas Latham bought back, from Hatt and Piggott, Stifford Hall and some

    Parishes Sutton Benger

    Kelly 's Dir. Wilts . ( 1931 ); Ch. Com. file, N 5729. Inf. from Mrs. M. G. Baker , Hatt Farm, Old Jockey, Box. Inf. from Mr. D. O. Cooper , Sutton Lane Farm . Inf. from Mr .

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    2nd w. of Alex., Jane m. Revd. Thos. Valley , Revd. John, Mary 1st w. of Alex., Mary m. - Hatt , fam., Cleland , Wm., Clements , Steph., Clemmory , Wm., Clerk , John the, of Ongar , Clifford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15. Sabbath, am 9.30, Parch. Y' David Evans, oddiar Habacuc iii. 2 ; Parch T. Charles W Edwards, M.A., oddiar 'Hatt. xv. 28. Am 2, Parch. R. Y3 Thomas, oddiar Heb. ri. 26; Parch. W. Williams, di oddiar Heb. x. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nirnCense and dtestryigeg nee glte~atmle'rio and ~eseially of cv15ii beng. So MaTOx ltunasetaesrhersbesi~eath-"- fl- F v-erMo:as ten fairs, tervitle as Hatt, ' -. "i e ahaor*3na .dreadwufi dat - . , "The gromt~p olf Patires in white6 tihat afe seen: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED IPAR LIAMEINT. I 11OUSE OF LORDUS. * Mrdyt, Afiril t ARRr;Sr FOR LIVEL. Lord EaCRilSr said, lie liad last Session moved for returns cF the inames of persr.ils atrested and lisid to bail for libel. bbe-r trial; some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at wvlose sUit lie swa. detained 'I lis itnsolvent, generally knOwn et thle west -1h of tie town as Capiain Hatt, applied for his discharge on the 21st ltsit Jatnuarv, aid 'asi opposed by Colonel Corry, 'Iliomas F4oster, Esq. of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fined 100L for an assault, 538. Nouri$me3 of the Muses, 54. Tatham v. -Wright; Stealing a dead bodyv, 37p 714. Hatt v. Ross; Inconvenience of the Old court al tIle o(11 Bailey; Embezzlement, 571. Letter stealing, 585. Mansliay - Challenging Subscribers-only content

 

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