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    Henry VIII, November 1542, 11-20, 01 November 1542-30 November 1542

    Scotland six miles within the replenished ground and burnt the places following, with much corn, viz., the towns of Clifton, Hayhope, Towne Yatham, Kirk Yatham, Prymssyd, Crokeshaws and Thirlestown, villages called Fomerden 11 and Bornfoote, steads called Primssid Yates, Primssid British History Online

    Henry VIII, December 1542, 1-10, 01 December 1542-31 December 1542

    : Crokanshawes, Prymesyde, and six other places. By Sir Thos. Hilton, Robt. Collynwood, and John Horsley, at the same raid, Hayhope and Clifton. Caldstreme town and abbey, Scaythmore and other steads pertaining to them, burnt by Sir Ralph Eure and British History Online

    William III, February 1702, 01 February 1702-28 February 1702

    and the rest of the lands called the Back of the hill and William Ker of Cherrietrees his lands of Hayhope and Broomsknow in warrandice: with a new gift and erection in a free barony to be called the barony Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, H, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    D. O'Brien, warrant to arrest Hayford (Heyford), [Anthony ] , regiment of. See Army, regiments , 1st Dragoons and Hussars. Hayhope , co. Roxburgh, lands Hayley , William, [dean of Chichester ] , report signed by Hayning . See Riddell Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Index, H, I, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    g. 465 (63). Hacheston (Acheston) , Suff., ii. g. 266 (36), 496 (68 p. 231). Hachope , in Scotland. See Hayhope. Hachyne , John, i. g. 1081 (36). Hacke , Fras., ii. App. 2 (2 vi.). Hackepen , Devon, in British History Online

    Henry VIII, November 1542, 26-30, 01 November 1542-30 November 1542

    town, and took vj xx prisoners and gat much good." On Friday after, burnt (in Tyvydall) "Krokedshawes, Clyfton and Primsyd, Hayhope and Primsyd mill, Kirk Yetham and Town Yetham, the Stankford and the Lowghtour, Cherytres and the Fawsuyd." On Monday British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vernon Geo. S. Dearden a medical student, for some time pa* t assistant with Mr Baker surgeon, Sheffield, and Nathan Hayhope Arthur, of tbe same town, medical tutor, were apprehended on Monday night by detectives frem Glasgo w under singular Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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