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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Other estates Lightwoods House

    to the Piddock family in the mid 17th century. 94 In 1661 William Piddock sold it to John Pearsall of Hawne in Halesowen (Worcs.). It passed to John's son Thomas, who in 1709 purchased the freehold from Philip Foley ,

    Index A - K

    Haynes Haines branch canal , 14 Halesowen (formerly Salop , and Worcs., later partly in Birming- ham), 123-4; and see Hawne ; Oldbury ; Quinton ; Warley Salop ; Warley Wigorn abbey, 22, 28, 31, 92, 98, 107-8, 176, 180,

  • * British History Online *

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    Accounts, December 1567 - December 1568

    Wrickets ( R .) Joanna ( R .) Bruleman ( R .) Nicholas ( R .) Haskelutt ( R .) Hawne ( R .) Davies ( R .) Wilcoxe ( R .) Robert ( R .) Longe ( R .)

    Cecil Papers, 1557, 01 January 1557-31 December 1557

    you of the great overthrow or of the winning of St. Quintins or Chatelett. The Duke of Savoy came before Hawne 8 Sept.; the King's Majesty the 9th. The town gave over immediately. The castle being very strong held out

    Accounts, December 1575 - December 1577

    a straing r ij s vj d It'm Rec' the xxvj th of ffebruarie for the buriall of W m Hawne Goldesmithe xij d Marche It'm Rec' the firste of Marche for the buriall of Thomas Cowband a Chrisome nic'.

    Index, H, I, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    at; 275, 276. list of men serving at; 287. Hawkins , , and the two Portuguese; 347. Hawkwood ; 13. Hawne : camp before, letters from; 144. town and castle taken; ib . Hay , Alexander; 416. Haydon , Sir

    Index, S, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    to; 8. Saul , servant, 258. Savile , Henry, letter of; 106. Savoy ; 113. Duke of, his capture of Hawne; 144. (1560); 177. (1562); 265. Louise de, her obligations to Henry VIII.; 9. Saxony , forces of; 320. Duke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Req. Vre oura- Dr H- -dgeei 1 0 Oner- - - f -s0i c savs 0 e0sH. I i Theomes Hawne. Eq. 1.0.500G. Isaac s.eR, 1 1 0 aho 1Hulbeat, neq. 1.0. n g Lf leace, anqd - 1 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'or a Street, Hawne, with Yiard and Out-buildings, and new ist 3ris .Hdcuaticin of Mr, Caleb Smith and George Liewis, at tle anneal rernl I E. LOT 4.-All tborse;Four 8emt'eletached. HOUSES. si tuaic in Nei0 of Street, Hawne, adjoining the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it itinnreer. rldditch. 7 Ii 0' n Voluaablo PRBEHOLD,1 PRlOPFERTIES. H~nit' anIaly o- 'ibtLane, Halesi ow,,n,'lio fId Street and7c seo Hawne. mg ain J~jR.E.SM RT has roceiVeellitrstotf-r i Tuteoftelate Air. Jo9s1p1 Swith t trsSln Auction, at ture Malt Shoet Inn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SANLAR. :-OOXGTS. I ' The Sanitary Instituta of Gr at-b liiu - conimenced its anmual rneeting at Ncwaost"e-n-Z one yesterday. Cap- W it ' Douglen U ltori, C.1K,iD.Q .R.S. presidenb: eo of the Congress, in Iellverihig the ino gsral Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the thick coal are still undefined, no proofs having been made further south' than those at Cradley, corogreaves, and Hawne, near Hales Owen, where the seamn exiete tn perfect Teutuacity, dippng slightly southwards. To ihat oxtent, therefore, the thickA Subscribers-only content

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