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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien Houses Hospital of St Mary Rouncivall

    tenements and a wharf in the parish of St. Margaret Westminster . 13 About 1291 it held some land in Hawkwell and Ashingdon , co. Essex , 14 and in the fourteenth century a rent of 2 s . in

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Berden

    . in Clavering and Langley , and £1 in Rickling , with smaller sums in Paglesham, Elsenham , Rochford , Hawkwell , Newport , Dengie and Little Shoebury in Essex , East Reed , Brent Pelham and Little Pelham in

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Prittlewell

    s . 6 d . from Little Shoebury, with smaller sums from Nevendon , Bowers Gifford , Paglesham, Rayleigh , Hawkwell , Maldon , Great Stambridge , Pitsea , Ramsden Bellhouse , Leigh , Stoke Nayland , Shipbourne in Kent

    Parishes Westcote

    evangelical work. The convent has a community of about ten whose work is carried on over the whole country. 23 Hawkwell , a small farmhouse outside Church Westcote on the road to Stow , had been built by the early

    Painswick Economic history

    had been inclosed before 1820, 62 have been recorded: Thistle field, recorded in 1536 , 63 has not been located; Hawkwell field covered an area on either side of Seven Leaze Lane on Huddiknoll hill; 64 Hill field lay between

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, August 1536, 21-31, 21 August 1536-31 August 1536

    of the manors of Felton, Gosford, Newton Hall, Berle, Hawkwell, Woodbourn, and Thornton, Northumb.; and all messnages, & c., in the vills, parishes and hamlets of Felton, Gosford, Newton Hall, Berle, Hawkwell, Woodeburn, Thornton, Riddismouth, South Boteland, Wallikhall, Hexham, Kyrke

    Surnames beginning 'H'

    Han, d, 38.22 Wm, ser, 32.4 Hawksby John; Mary, w; John, s; Jud, d, 3.24 Hawkshall Ant; Jane, w, 51.4 Hawkwell Mary, ser, 9.13 Hawley : John, haberdasher of hats, 71.17 ,collr, 71.20 ;Ellinor, w; Thos, newphew; Eliz, niece, 71.17

    General Index, H, I, K, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    of Mr., brewer Hawkesworth , Major Hawkins , Chas. clerk to the Irish and Scotch Committee Hawks , import of Hawkwell , co. Kent Hawthorne , Edw. Hawtry , Jno. Hay , Capt. Peter Robt. Hayes , Thos., petition of Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1514, 21-30, 01 April 1514-30 April 1514

    Sawles, in "Ley Hewghe," near Stanforthdame, forfeited by the said Thomas,; 31 s . of free rent in Ulston, near Hawkwell; the hamlet or manor of Ryplington, near Whalton, of the annual value of 30 s .; the fee-farm or

    Index, H,I

    383. Hainton , Haynton, Lincs, 955 (i). Hakelston. See Haxton. Hakenton , Hakynton. See Hackington. Hakesyerd. See Hawkesyard. Hakewell. See Hawkwell. Halden [in Rolvenden ] , Kent, 854 (i), 955 (xxiv). Hale [in Holme Hale ] , Norf., 720. Halefield Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 36, Captain etege Jobling, of the Ist Native Veteran Battalinit, youngest b0 of the late ,Mr Jobling, formerly of Hawkwell, Nerthum- broand- He served with zhis regiment it. the whole of the 5armvee camDnpoigj, Ithe course of wloich he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MoulhosyMaynnalea prince of Waler NEWMABKET SECOND OCTOBER MEETINO. ENTRIES FOR TIU UMAUREWITCH 45TO. Tomentoer Endoleig i AmeeA Advance G Plant Hawkwell CaCoage Gedm g King Charming 'The Monk of AvoS MonIsliey eailah Brerze DeanfSwift CaithnCe e Dalesman Fidelit;6 C Copho Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (S Lostes) over ire for-. lonLgs. l. Marsh's Jocose (A. WVetherell) beat Illogic (0. Madden) over seven forlongs. EL. Marsb's Hawkwell (Y -ickaby) beat Eple MIuseo f. Loates\ Wolfinsa (0. Madden), Venetian Bell, R1iman Duchess (H. Jones). Anmple (A. Wetherell), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Waugh's Pameses ft 3y:. Owr *7 0 Mr. W Johnstone's -Manse 3y ...... J Dawson sen 7 O Mr.E Dresden'a Hawkwell 3y . _ _H Marsh 4.15.-The First Year of the Eighth B1:SNUsx ANurc of 100 sova eac.b 25 ft, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arpenter, April 26. Cuckfield Glover L, Wedneebury. coalcmster, May 1, Birmingham Green G.. Gaineborough. stonemason, May 2, Gainasborough lanndyside EL.0., Hawkwell Brewery draper, May 3,. Necrastle Heath W.. Dgrtmnbdth, boot deasler, pril 28, Exeter Heywood J., Manchester, joiner, kay 8;,Manebester Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENSTEDE, Sir Edward (1353/5-1432), of Bennington, Herts.

    manors of Little Parndon, Great Stambridge and Higham, together with land in Walthamstow, Rochford, Rawreth, Rayleigh, East Wood, Hockley and Hawkwell in the same county. He owned the manor of Tuddenham as well as property in Cowlinge and Lidgate, Suffolk;

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    order that the widow might have the benefit of the tithe. The baptisms of his children are from Kirkwhelpington . Hawkwell , Northumberland , of an ancient family of the branch of Newton by the Sea. ' They hold to Subscribers-only content

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