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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to Volumes I, Ill-VI, and VIII

    ,, 155 a , line 33, for 'St reet' read 'Road' ,, ,, 155 a , line 39, for ' Hawkesley ' read 'Hawksley' ,, ,, 160 b , line 8 from end, for 'Sandor' read ' Sandford ' ,,

    Parishes Edvin Loach

    known until 1346, when Hugh de Hawkesley held it. 21 In 1393 a messuage and a carucate of land in Edvin Loach was settled on Roger Mortimer of Tedstone Wafer , Hugh de Hawkesley , clerk, acting as trustee. 22

    Parishes King's Norton

    his house at Hawkesley was leased to his brother Henry, who seems to have held it until 1596. 105 John Middlemore died in 1597 , and his son William settled the capital messuage and other property in Hawkesley on his

    Parishes Dormston

    to Peter Warburton , and lands in Dormston were conveyed by George Middlemore of Hawkesley , brother and heir of William Middlemore , late of Hawkesley , and John Middlemore , son and heir of George, to Richard Vernon of

    Parishes Inkberrow

    followed the same descent as Hawkesley in King's Norton (q.v.), and may have passed with it to the Middlemores, as land in Little Inkberrow was included in the marriage settlement of John Middlemore of Hawkesley when he married Amphillis daughter

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEATH, William (by 1533-68/70), of Alvechurch, Worcs.

    was to pass successively to her brother Walter Blount, her cousin Thomas Walshe of the Inner Temple, John Middlemore of Hawkesley in Kings Norton, Worcestershire (a friend of Thomas Lewknor) and finally Thomas Heath. The date of Heath’s death is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been given by the King's Norton Highway Board of an intended application to elose the footpaths at Dadd's Lane and Hawkesley, and stating that they are useless. No doubt they are useless to the owners of the estates, who are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taken to prevent the footpaths being closed. I have already written tire solicitors of the Dudley Trustees, who own the Hawkesley Farmas to tire fet , path on their estate, and they inform me it is their t0oaerb rwho is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through lands of William M Dudley, William Short, and Joseph Wilson, trustees of the of late William Dudley known as Hawkesley Farm} now in elI the oceupation of Join A. Bridges, and terminating near tghe Redditch and King's Norton Roads, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foot. paths tihe following had hca considered by the committee and successful steps taken to preveit their stoppage f - Hawkesley Footpath, King's Norton; Dod's Lane, near Shirley Street, a toaths tnear Y trdley Church, the foot- path from Mloor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hi] __________ tb. ~ e sic [Br ELEcrcto TELEGRAPH.] de teo eV HOUSE OF LORDS. he Their Lordships met at five o'clock, when ba The following bills passed through committee: Consolidated Wt Fund (Appropriation) Bill, Stamp Daties Bill, Militia Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    alias Ballard, abbot of Evesham, 118: p. 550. Hawkesbury , Ric., prior of Penwortham, 118. Hawkesburye , Ric., p. 550. Hawkesley (Hawxeley) , Geo., p. 555. Hawkesworthe . See Hawksworth. Hawking , Kent, near Folkstone, p. 560. Hawkins (Haukyns) ,

    Charles I - volume 507, April 1645, 01 April 1645-30 April 1645

    Massie. The Committee of Worcestershire have raised some forces for the service of the Parliament, and have garrisoned Strensham and Hawkesley [House ] in that county, which may be in some danger by reason of the strength of the enemy Subscribers-only content

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