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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of jurors

    , Anthony. Hall , Roger. Harrison , John. Harryatt , Thos. Harvey , Wm. Hassillwood , Thos. Hawkeshead , Nicholas. Hawksford (Hauxford), Nicholas. Hewson , Rich. Hill , John. Hoell (Hole, Hool), Roger. Holman , George. Holyhead , David. Hooper

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1741-44 (nos 993-1034)

    : Constable, John Shaw. Headboroughs: Thomas Russell, Church Street Ward, Sworn; Joseph Moore, Well Street Do, Sworn. Ale Conner: George Hawksford Sworn [for ] Jonathan Newton. Lords Hold : Constables: Jonathan Collyer Esq r ; M r James Lewis Berchers.

    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1736-7 (nos 166-248)

    Dowg:hill. W m Reed confirms y e Same y t he was w ch y m till after 1. Geo: Hawksford Sworn Says y t Scipio was at Hackney last friday & he met him in Chur: y d between

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    Hawkins , William, executed for coining, lands in cos. Lincoln and Hereford forfeited by, 21, 30, 142, 240, 249, 261. Hawksford , co. Warwick, 204. Hawles , Sir John, Solicitor General, 155, 373, 386. Hawley , Hawleigh, co. Kent, 56

    Index, A - K

    302 Joseph, 1035, 1037 Joseph ( ?another ), of Kingsland, 1036 Richard, of Clapton, 366 Robert, of Mare Street, 1030 Hawksford , George, 218; aleconner, 1022 Haydon , Humphrey, of Landholders, 1124 Hayes (Hales) Jacob, gardener to Mr Lamb, 22,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eat.(Wiliam Jsopand Sns, imited), Sheffield. C. Sisiim.S~ (irmof eans Capbel ad Schultz), Botolph Willdon alaC he BoardmaferdAllotmen SOL Ctiro0aFS.-Measrs. Sauinders, Hawksford, Bcuenfl and Cc_ Ai Coleman Street, E.C. Seameor-cSidney Welter Humphrey. Oa'yFrs-5," Copthall Chambers, Sank. S., PROSPNCTUS. This Company Is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wright, J. P. Hopps, J. A. Langford, Holoes, Pickering, Haw- kins, C. Smith, J. Whateley, Beddows, W. Harris, H. Allbut, Hawksford, A. Taylor, Radford, and R. Taylor. The proceedings, as may be presumed, were of a conversa- tional character, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Thoere were ,preseat Aldermen Ironnuonger, 'erry, as., Wasler, Sltmkeis, Ford, J~ lI'Undorbill, Ford, Fowler, and Wallace; and Counciltors Mortiboy, Gaupt,' Hawksford, Yates, Walter, 'Banks.m it. Evansa WYuder,' 'ngmsnItleecher WllkesrBeckett, Brassier, Eunsen, HeWlingi., Hickin, I~D,'nd Marson. The resolutions passed by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filled the latter office. At the beginning of the week, Mr. Hawksford finding himsldf un- abIe to account for certain discrepancies in the accounts, called in hisbrother, Mr. Dover Hawksford. Bybotd of these gentlemen the books were then carefully examined, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at four o'clock yesterday afternoon. Present, the Mayor, G. L, Underhill, Esq.,in the chair; Aldern eil Clark, J. Walker, Hawksford, Widalace, Sinckiss, Ford, HL. Underhill, H. H. Fowler, amd Ironmonger; Councillors Mortiboy, J. C. Smith, Spilsbury, G. Jones, T. Subscribers-only content

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