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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Birch Nonconformity

    the late 18th century as a three-storied, rough-cast farm-house. About 1770 Roynon Jones built for himself a 'handsome house' at Hayhill , 20 where there had been no building in 1618 . 21 The site, over 300 ft. above the

    Newnham Economic history

    been replaced by the Lower Soudley iron-works, ½ mile further up the Soudley brook and, like Ayleford , on the Hayhill estate. The iron-works owned by Edward Jones that were rated in 1824 95 may have been at Soudley rather

    Awre AWRE AND BLAKENEY 1880

    1682 . The Hulins sold their farm in 1820 to the Revd. Edward Jones , 7 owner of the adjoining Hayhill estate in Newnham , 8 and by 1839 his estate also included Haiebrook Farm beside the brook on the

    Index K-Z

    q.v . and see Drybrook ; Lydbrook Newnham , Ayleford , q.v . Blythes Ct., Bullo Pill , ch., ferry, Hayhill , in Forest of Dean , man., named as an address, nonconf., rlys., river trade, roads to, Ruddle ,

    Lydney LYDNEY AND AYLBURTON 1880

    was built, was apparently little used by the Joneses after c . 1770 when they built a new house at Hayhill on their Ruddle manor, in Newnham . 68 Before 1066 the manor of PURTON was severed from Awre manor,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, February 1586, 01 February 1586-28 February 1586

    together, have skermished with them, and with losse [of ] foure of the Johnstons viz., the Larde of Corry, Willy Hayhill, Willy Little, and Arther of the Banke, they [have ] taken the capten, the ensigne, and all the reste Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1694, 21-25, 21 March 1694-25 March 1694

    plot is to be excepted that part of the Dogfield abutting south on the way lately leading from Piccadilly to Hayhill, north on the street now called Leicester Street, south on Swallow Street and west on Crab Field, being 150

    Entry Book, Miscellaneous years, 1689-92, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    ; land or sites in Lower Hayhillfeild in St. Martins in the Fields and St. James's fronting the rivulet called Hayhill Brook. Messuages near Clare Market in St. Clements Danes in the occupation of Henry Oldham and 33 others detailed

    Index, L, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    581, 630 keeper of. See Mann, D. Hampton Garden, 1968. Hand Alley, 853. Hatton Garden, 1155, 1541, 1967. Hayhill Brook, 1968. Hayhill Field, 1968. Haymarket, 180, 194, 782, 1893, 2015 grant of, 2014 toll of, 781-2. "Hen and Chickens," Cornhill,

    Index, H, I, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    till threatened by his brother-in-law, p. 287; (Haddingbriggs): Queen's tenants of, complain, 595. Hayhame parish : muster of, p. 64. Hayhill , Willy: (a Johnston), slain, 413. Haynes , Richard: captain, Berwick, 543; pay due, 567; pay due to, p. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Feltwell, and 6 in Hockwold cum Wilton : Lotl. A Piece of Border or Pasture Land in Feltwell, called Hayhill, containing S A. occupied by Thos. Jacob. Freehold. - Apportioned Land Tax 3s. Lot 2. Two Pieces of Land, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Betlford-s.qs.art*; at Garra way's; and of Mr. Robins, Warwick-sireef, Gultleu-iH.uare, where tickets for viewing may be had. Old* Bond-street, Grafton-slreef, Hayhill, He- Capital Houses and Ground Rents, renewable for "ever ; a very eligible pro- perly for investing money - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I>ICCADILLV. TO TJJ£ EDITOR OF THE MO&XJ9ti tpsT. Sir - Although your article under thite "head may " have been correct in saying that the name of Por- tugal-street is not generally known a* having been a description of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Keat. Admaston. Samuel Vates, Stramshall. William Bakcwell, Field. M illiaui Carlisle, Belmont. Henry Walter Holland, Lee-lane. M illutm Tel wright, Hayhill. William Harvey, ditto. .Pohu Burgess, Newchapel. Herbert Taylor, M.D. _ ttoxetcr. « 'Niain Stubbs, Weston Hall. Thomas Brindley, Leigh. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE. ! History of the French Revolution. By F. A. Mignet. j Bogue. As a pendant to M. Guizot's account of the murder I of Charles 1., Mr. Bogue now publishes Mignet's ac- i count of the murder of Subscribers-only content

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