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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Papworth Everard Manors and other estates

    de la Haye by William Downe and his wife Mary . Probably by 1316 , certainly by 1346 , 36 that & frac1/4; fee had been reunited to the rest of the manor, which after William de la Haye 's

    Papworth Everard Church

    tithes from the wheat and oats. 91 In 1301 John de la Haye , then rector, successfully rebutted the priory's claim to two thirds of the de la Haye demesne tithes, 92 and the portion was not rendered thereafter. 93

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Thicket

    the house allowed, were to have lighter food substituted for that which they were receiving. In 1335 7 Elizabeth del Haye was elected prioress, but on account of informality the archbishop quashed the election. As, however, all the nuns had

    Birch Economic history

    areas of neighbouring parishes. William a Birches manor lay in the south-east extremities of Birch and perhaps also in Layer-de-la- Haye . 64 Other small parts of Birch belonged to other manors, for example, Easthorpe , 65 and Fillol shall

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Boxgrove

    priory of the Blessed Virgin and St. Blaise of Boxgrove was founded by Robert de Haye , to whom Henry I had granted the honour of Halnaker , and who in 1105 bestowed upon the abbey of Lessay the church

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    A Catalogue of such Nobles and others, as came with Will. Conquerour into England.

    A Catalogue of such Nobles and others, as came with Will. Conquerour into England.Le Sire de Seulle.Le Sire de Doriual.Le Sire de Breual.Le Sire de S. Iehan.Le Sire de Bris.Le Sire du homme.Le Sire de Sauchoy.Le Sire de Cailly.Le

    Queene Mary. Persecution in Cant. dioces. A bloudy Cōmißion by K. Phillip and Q. Mary.

    of Christ, sixe were burned at Canterbury about the xv. of Ianuary, that is, Kemp, Waterer, Prowting, Lowike, Hudson, and Haye. Other two, that is, Stephens and Philpot at Wye, about the same month. Other two, which were Final and

    Book 6, page 1642 (1563)

    Prouince.The names of the. x. Godlye and Christyan Martyrs be these.Martyrs.Iohn Philpot of Tenderden.W. Waterer of Bedingdey.Stephen Kemp of Norgate.William Haye of Hythe.T. Hudson of Sellenge.Mat. Bradbrige of Tēderdē.T. Stephens of Bedyngden.Nic. Finall of Tenderden.W. Lowick of Cranbooke.W. Prowting of

    Q. Mary. Vj. Martyrs Burned. A bloudy Commission by K. Phillip and Q. Mary.

    Ianuary.The names of the Martyrs.Iohn Philpot of Tenter-den.W. Waterer of Beding-den.Stephē Kempe of Nor-gate.W. Haye of Hythe.Thomas Hudson of Sa-llenge.Mat. Bradbrige of Ten-terden.Thom. Stephens of Be-dingden.Nich. Finall of Tenter-W. Lowick of CrābrokeW. Prowtyng of Thorn-ham.What the ordinarye articles were commonly

    Queene Mary. Ten Martyrs condemned and burned. A bloudy Commission of K. Phillip and Q. Mary.

    tenne godly and Christian Martyrs be these:The names of the Martyrs.Iohn Philpot of Tēterden.W. Waterer of Bedingden.Stephen Kempe of Nor-gate.W. Haye Hythe.Thomas Hudsonne of Sa-lenge.Mat. Bradbridge of Ten-terden.Thomas Stephens of Be-dingden.Nich. Finall of Tenterden.W. Lowicke of Crābroke.W. Prowting of Thornhā.What

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newydd ei gyhoeddi, pris Ss. 6c.. mewn.l11jan hardd a 2s. 6c. mewn paopyr, mY FY NHAD wedi ei barotoi i'r Prynedigion yn' 1TEsgyniad y Cyfryngwyr, gan Y PARCH. D. Jones Trebortl, sef Sylwedd ei Bregethau ar Ioan xiv. Caerniarfon: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GWERTHIR Y GWEDDILL S YDD AR LAW GAN PHILLIP WILLIAMS, ARGRAFFYDD, ABERYSTWYTH, AM DDEUDDEG SWLLT YN RHANAU, Y D E 0 :N G LY D D B-`E R N IA D L. Sef eglurhad manwl ar Eiriau, Brawddegau, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - GWERTHIR Y GWEDDILL SYDD. AR - LAW GAN PHILLI- WILLIAMS, ARGRAFFYDD, AERYSTWYTH,' AM, DDEUDDEG SWLLT YN RHANA U Y D O N GLYDD R :N I A D O L Sef eglurhad manwl ar Eiriau, BraWdd~egau, ac Athrawiaeu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GWERTHIR I Y GWEDDILL SYDD AR LAW GAN, PHiILLIP WILLIAMS, ARGRAFFYDD, AB:ERYSTWYTH,4 AM DDIUDDEG SWLLT YN RBIANA U, Y D E 0 NGLY D D B E R N iADOL, -.Sef egharhad ranwvl ar iriau, Brawddegau, ac Athrawiaethau D1,7yfol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YN EISIAU, ,YSODYDD CYMRAEG cla a sowr- Y-rlof r yn ddioed a Mr. D. fi. Jones, 'Goleuad' (f.ice, Dl~ogellanl. Yn awr yn barod, Phif 9, Pris Ceiniog, o Y PU L P U D. (AYNWYSLA Anecaciusl, gin v diweddbar Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 November 1702, 30 November 1702

    Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Haye* nierfus Carryll. Shsrard 'uerfas Harcourt. 3» " An Abftraft of Certificates and Debentures " made forth to the Paymafter of Her Majefty's Forces, " by the Commiffioners of Accompts for the Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1723, 23 April 1723

    about it; which Haye promifed to do : " That, while he, Layer, was at Rome, Haye asked " him, " Whether he would not fee the King?" mean* " ing the Pretender: And that the faid Haye went fre- Subscribers-only content

    23 April 1723, 23 April 1723

    of Lords. A. 172. " Haye, being examined by the Committee, owned '" the Receipt of the Stockings; but denied their being " delivered to him by Layer; or that he knew who «« they were for. He likewife owned Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1791, 19 April 1791

    Ac- jj.^/wi- tion of Scandal, by William de Vefcy againft John liamdeVefcy Fitz Thomas, was delivered by Walter de la Haye, verf. John Keeper of the Office of Chief Juftice of Ireland. — Ktz Thomas Day is given to the Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1795, 14 April 1795

    and Affigns, in Fee Simple, all the Eftate, Right, Title, and Intereft remaining in His Majefty, in and upon the Haye or Walk of Farm¬ ing Woods, in the Foreft of Rockingham, in the County of Northampton; and alfo the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BITTERLEY, Richard (d.c.1456), of Harting, Suss.

    1443 Bitterley was party to a settlement of land in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire on Margaret, wife of Richard de la Haye, a member of the Hussey family. He had continued to act as a trustee of the widespread estates of

    DENGAINE (ENGAINE), Sir John (c.1339-1394/5), of Teversham, Cambs.

    held of the Crown by the unusual service of mewing a sparrow-hawk.[footnote] Already married to the heiress, Margaret de la Haye, Dengaine had possession of her manors in Papworth Everard, Foxton and Shepreth, and in March 1365 he joined her

    CHELMSWICK, Richard (d.1398), of Tasley, Salop.

    CHELMSWICK, Richard (d.1398), of Tasley, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire Sept. 1397 Ofifces Held Constable of Kilgerran castle, Pemb. and forester of Kilgerran forest 12 Feb. 1390-d. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Salop Mar. 1396 (mismanagement of St. John’s hospital,

    BLYTON, William, of Lincoln and Foxton and Shepreth, Cambs.

    to Mary, the daughter of Sir John Dengaine of Teversham, and heir, through her mother, to half the de la Haye estates in Cambridgeshire. Her share comprised moieties of the three manors of Foxton, Shepreth and Papworth Everard, which came

    ST. GEORGE, Sir Baldwin (1362-1426), of Hatley St. George, Cambs.

    was coheir, with her sister Mary, wife of William Blyton* of Lincoln, of their mother’s inheritance, the former de la Haye estates. Accordingly, in about 1396, she and St. George came into possession of a manor in Shepreth along with

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Is proportional representation a puzzle?, 1885

    THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT HAYE ALREADY JOINED THE SOCIETY . C. T. Dyke Acland L Henry G. Allen L / R. L. Allman L John E F. Aylmer C Ellis Ashmead -Bartlett C Arthur Jas . Balfour C Thomas Subscribers-only content

    The causes which have retarded the construction of railways in India: referring especially to the Ceylon Railway, 1860

    ES WHICH HAYE RETARDED THE CONSTRUCTION OF RAILWAYS IN INDIA . The name of the Ceylon Railway has been added to the list of Indian railway projects which have failed to bear their promised fruit; bringing, instead, disappoint¬ ment and Subscribers-only content

    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    Heuvelmans, H., Avocat, Anvers. Haus, Albert, Avocat, Gand. Hamaide, F., Bruxelles . Henry, Louis , Professeur a I'Universite de Louvain. Haye , Oscar, Anvers. Hocedez, J., Avocat, Gand. Hagenbach-Bischoff, Professeur, Bale . Isaac, Jules, Depute provincial, Charleroi. Jacquery, Jules, Candidat Subscribers-only content

    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    Heuvelmans, H., Avocat, Anvers. Haus, Albert, Avocat, Gand. Hamaide, F., Bruxelles . Henry, Louis , Professeur a FUniversite de Louvain. Haye , Oscar, Anvers. Hocedez, J., Avocat, Gand. Hagenbach-Bischoff, Professeur, Bale . Isaac, Jules, Depute provincial, Charleroi. Jacquery, Jules, Candidat Subscribers-only content

    La représentation proportionnelle., 1882

    seul college qui elise 5 deputes, celui d' Amsterdam , les autres grands colleges, ceux de Rotterdam et de la Haye , n'elisent que 3 deputes; presque tous les autres arrondissements elis ent un seul depute. Que s'est-il fait dans Subscribers-only content

 

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