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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hursley

    cent.; Puckinhall, xvi cent.); HILTINGBURY and HAWSTEAD ( Horstead Field, xiv cent.). 61 The latter are now included in Ampfield parish; Pucknall Farm is in the north-west, Hiltingbury Common in the south-east, and Hawstead in the east. CHURCHES The church

    Stockerston

    both aged about one, whose custody was granted to Sir William Pierpont . 26 Elizabeth married Sir William Drury of Hawstead (Suff.) and the manor of Stockerston passed to her, although her sister Jane, who married Sir John Constable, seems

    Parishes Standon

    , was held of the manor of Standon at the end of the 13th century by Eustace Fitz Thomas (of Hawstead , co. Suff., and Shenley , co. Bucks.), who died in 1272 . The manor, called in this instance

    Index A-J

    Wm. (fl. 1541), fam., n , Hauville , Gilb. de, Havers , Eliz., Hawes , Hen., Thos., Hawkes , Thos., Hawstead (Suff.) , Hay, W. H. , Wm. de la (fl. 1277) Wm. (d. 1878), Hayes , Jos., Hayford ,

    Industries

    has granted the alnage of the new Draperies by patent of July last, of their appointment of Rich. Baker of Hawstead , Essex , as deputy aulnager in that town (i.e. Witney ) from Xmas to midsummer next, so that

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CULLUM, Sir Dudley, 3rd Bt. (1657-1720), of Hawstead Place, Hawstead, Suff. and Hardwick House, nr. Bury St. Edmunds, Suff.

    CULLUM, Sir Dudley, 3rd Bt. (1657-1720), of Hawstead Place, Hawstead, Suff. and Hardwick House, nr. Bury St. Edmunds, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk 1702 1705 Ofifces Held Freeman, Ipswich 1714. Biography Cullum’s grandfather, the younger son of a long-established Suffolk family,

    DRURY, Sir Robert I (by 1456-1535), of Hawstead, Suff. and London.

    of Hawstead, Ruislip in Middlesex, and London. In the same year he had licence to empark over 2,000 acres of land and wood in a number of Suffolk parishes, and to crenellate his manors of Hawstead Hall, Bokenham in Hawstead,

    DRURY, Sir William (1550-90), of Hawstead, Suff.

    William (1550-90), of Hawstead, Suff. Constituency Dates Castle Rising 1572 Suffolk 1584 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Suff. from c.1577, sheriff 1582-3; receiver, Essex, Herts., Mdx., London by 1587; gov. Bergen-op-Zoom Apr.-Sept. 1588; col. in the Netherlands 1590. Biography Drury inherited considerable

    DRURY, Sir William (by 1499-1558), of Hawstead, Suff.

    (by 1499-1558), of Hawstead, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk Mar. 1553 Suffolk Oct. 1553 Suffolk Apr. 1554 Suffolk Nov. 1554 Suffolk 1555 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. 1529-d., q. 1554; ?esquire extraordinary of the body by 1533; sheriff, Norf. and Suff. 1536-7,

    METCALFE, Philip (1733-1818), of Hawstead, Suff.

    (1733-1818), of Hawstead, Suff. Constituency Dates Horsham 1784 1790 Plympton Erle 1790 1796 Malmesbury 22 Nov. 1796 1802 Plympton Erle 1802 1806 Biography According to Joseph Farington,[footnote] writing 6 Feb. 1804, Metcalfewas apprentice to a person usually called Robin Jones

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 250, December 1594, 01 December 1594-31 December 1594

    granted the alnage of the new draperies, by patent of 13 July last, of their appointment of Rich. Baker, of Hawstead, Essex, as deputy alnager in that town, from Christmas to Midsummer next, so that he perform the office honestly, Subscribers-only content

    Charitable accounts of the Drapers' Company

    7 Cr. s . d . 1881. By balance brought forward 24 15 9 " cash paid, his gift to Hawstead 5 10 0 " " " Allhallows, Lombard Street 5 10 0 " " " St. Thomas's Hospital 5

    Entry Book, May 1661, 01 May 1661-31 May 1661

    . each, due from Sir Henry North, of Mildenhall (" Milnhall "), co. Suffolk, and from Sir Thomas Cullum, of Hawstead, co. Suffolk. Ibid , XIV. p. 144. Money warrant for 9,415 l . 19 s . 8 d .

    Index, Q,R

    Thomas (of Hawstead), 975. -, Henry, draper, 234. -, John, gent., of Earley Bartholomew, 303. -, Richard (gent.) son of Thomas, 200, 442. -, Thomas, esq., of Fawley, son of Thomas, 200, 975, 990. -, -, gent., of Hawstead, grandson Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 402, November 15-30, 1638, 15 November 1638-30 November 1638

    Wimbledon's second wife was Diana Drury, of Hawstead, Suffolk, by the mother descended from the families of the Dukes of Buckingham and Stafford, and one of the coheirs of Sir Robert Drury, of Hawstead, by whom Lord Wimbledon had issue Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christmas, if the King I should be in that county at the said feast." Cullum, in his " History of Hawstead" (1813, p. 13), says that in 1358 the customary tenants i paid their lord at Christmas a small rent, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JNiUnbar linilted In) twveny-five-Day rupils. NEXT TERMOT 1iEGNL'S MAY a.. _________ pIEMOVAL OFe PORTIAND HOUSE SCHOOL01, E101)10 STlto nrowNE'rs GREEN,\, HAWSTEAD (About thr-ec-quarcete of a wsilo fr-snt Great Barr Stafotlom. - HAIIIISTEAD HILL BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, . HiANIDlWORtTFI.I CONDUCTED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIO SH antd; eigbouhoo ofHagey Boad& Rent about BlniHeath-Address, 60 in itoriin iiiifgh~n.baing two reogt~io fima~'sma stoly Ifpoesble) ~vebed rooma, bazh 1000) ~t. 45. *~ ~Q~t 9-Addesewishfull particulars, P lIN2S oir Watr Ortom-Roomny Coztage Wanstedt, with nom or so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and GeneralFornishing Company. it Abbeyate Street, Bury St. Edmund's, cycle agents fid )f gei fprnishiing rawtifacturers. n. WrLrs~m Fa' , Hawstead and Cockfeld, Sno e wheelwright and carpenter. n WraLTaA FowvRt, High Street and Royal Mews. a Sonthend, Essex, formerly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    back as 1477, and continued to reside on their ancestral acres until his ancestor, David Powell, who was born at Hawstead in tWS, settled in London and became a merchant, thus foimding the fortunes of the family, the head of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 June 1834, 6 June 1834

    their " Apprentices," stands referred. Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Church¬ wardens and Inhabitants of the Parish of Hawstead, in the Diocese of Norwich, in the County of Suffolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    JU834. INDE X. 1025 Petitions — continued. Aberystwyth; Kingswood; Chipping Campden; Rhayader; Worlaby, &c.; Mareham; Candlesby; Lusby; Low Toyn- ton; Great Steeping; Little Steeping; Kirkstead; Co- ningsby; Raithby ; Hughenden; and Kirton-in-Lindsey, 331.—White Roothing, 332.—Magistrates of Gorbals, 361. — Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    be granted—coniiwwei. next Stoke, lxxxix. 308.—Hacheston, 459. Hackney, South, 403. Halesworth, 459. Halse, 553. Harkstcad, 459. Harkwell, 377. Hartest, 405. Hawstead, 364. Hazerleigh, 340. Heathfield, 553. Heigham Potten, 488.- Helion Bumpstead, 340. Hempstead, 340. Henham cum Hanford, 459. Heningswell, 364. Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1834, 6 June 1834

    364 6° Junii. A. 1834 Petitions in support of Church of England. Petitions against Universities' Admission Bill, and Rate-payers of Bicester Market End,—were pre¬ sented, and read; taking notice of the Poor Laws Amendment Bill; and praying, That the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    beck; Ireby; Fornham Saint Martin; Alpheton; Fearing; Ickford; Basingstoke; Bury Saint Edmund's; Cavendish; Kennett; All Saints, Newmarket; Saint Mary, Newmarket; Hawstead; Hunston; Llannfydd; Torrington; 364. Ulvers- ton, 369. Horndon-pn-the-Hill; Rochford; Great Baddow; Leigh; Stifford; Eastwood; Harkwell; Tillingham; Canew- don; Paglesham, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Edgell, 13/5/1833

    Forename Henry Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 13/5/1833 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Hawstead// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/CUR/10 (Curates Licences etc) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bathurst, Henry/Norwich 1805- 1837 Comment Stipend sixty pounds

    George Watson, 27/5/1777

    Watson Forename George Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 27/5/1777 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Hawstead// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/DIS/1/2 (Licensing Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yonge, Philip/Norwich 1761- 1783 Comment Licensed by the Worshipful

    Gulielmus Pawle, 17/6/1723

    clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 17/6/1723 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Hawstead//Suffolk Location OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/SUB/5/1 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Green, Thomas/Norwich 1721- 1723 Comment appointed to both Brettenham and Hawstead

 

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