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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wilcote Church

    east window and armorial glass in the west windows was installed by the London firm of Heaton , Butler, and Hayne , as was the mosaic over the altar. New fittings included wooden pews, altar, altar rails, and pulpit, and

    Burton-upon-Trent Monastic precinct

    founder of an almshouse in High Street . 11 The grounds were let in the early 18th century to George Hayne , the lessee from 1711 of the Trent navigation. He died in 1723 , and although he had a

    Papworth St. Agnes Church

    1821) and Harvey James . After the latter died in 1858 his eldest son Arthur presented his younger brother Frederick Hayne Sperling, rector until 1892 91 but by the 1870s usually non-resident through ill health. 92 The last rector to

    Parishes Creslow

    Bucks. Hil. 22 Edw. IV , no. 2. Fine R. 1 Hen. VII, no. 4. In 1596 it was called Hayne Houses ground and pasture (Pat. 38 Eliz. pt. iv, m. 37). Parl. Surv. Bucks. no. 11. L. and P.

    Burton-upon-Trent Communications

    reply, Hayne v. Owen, 1749; D. 603/N/14/1; fig. 8 (showing the precinct wharf but not that at Burton bridge); below, monastic precinct (after the dissolution). S.R.O., D. 603/L/139, engrossed bill and reply, Hayne v. Owen, 1749; L.R.O., P/C/11/Geo. Hayne (

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NORTHCOTE, Sir Henry, 5th Bt. (1710-43), of Hayne and the Pynes, nr. Exeter, Devon.

    5th Bt. (1710-43), of Hayne and the Pynes, nr. Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter 11 Mar. 1735 24 May 1743 Biography The Northcotes made a fortune from the clothing trade in the sixteenth century, acquiring Hayne by marriage in the

    HAYNE, Thomas, of Chichester, Suss.

    at £40, had been seized by Thomas Hayne and William Farnhurst* and placed, with a view to their safe-keeping, in the custody of the vicar of West Wittering, who had purloined them. Hayne and Farnhurst, clearly acting in an official

    HARRIS, Christopher (c.1687-1718), of Hayne, nr. Crediton, Devon.

    (c.1687-1718), of Hayne, nr. Crediton, Devon. Constituency Dates Okehampton 1 Dec. 1709 1718 Biography Descended from an old Devonshire family, Christopher Harris was classed as a Tory in 1715. Returned for Okehampton on the Mohun and his family’s interests, he

    HAYNE, William (c.1665-1698), of Dartmouth, Devon

    HAYNE, William (c.1665-1698), of Dartmouth, Devon Constituency Dates Dartmouth 1689 1698 Biography Hayne, who held considerable property in Dartmouth, was a local merchant and shipowner, in partnership with Sir John Frederick† in the Spanish trade. In 1690 he was returned

    HARRIS, William (c.1652-1709), of Hayne, Devon

    1703–4. Biography Harris was descended from John Harris of Lincoln’s Inn, recorder of Exeter, who purchased Hayne in the mid-16th century. His father inherited Hayne from a cousin, Sir Arthur Harris, 1st Bt. (d. 1686). In 1682, with John Tredenham*,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. i Taylor, G. Watson,-Esq. MtP. - : Halford, James, Esq. Warrender, Eifght 1em. SinG. 1.-. Hayne, Thomas, ESq.- Whkhe r yi q Sheriff Hayne, Joseph, Req. Willisasi, Owen,~ Req. M& liuskisson, Right Hon. W. ?P. -Wils'on, Richlrd, Esq.4. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to turn- Besiege thee full ten Years, coodemd t hee thee to burn! THE LOVERS. (From the Mornting Chronicte.) Sn Hayne of Foote is very siek; MAnd Fietcher cuts and runs from fick, Nor Imp-like bears it nathless ;* But Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his' *friend) and Mr. Hayne (with Mr. Best, who thof LordtarTelford, as hiis 'friend; but of the result of which M issuFt and her family were ia toeal ignorance, until the redeipt" othe Tihfrosir Mr. Hayne, which led them: to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    habits, and produced a paper which he requested Mr. Hayne to sign, calling upen Miss Foote to say with which of them she would live,-Mr. Hayne or Col. Berkeley ! Mr. Hayne refused to sign this infamous document, but re- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    us rore mortalclaya With respect to what, it is said, "v weighs heavily against Maria,"-, 111 call ing Hayne " dearest Hayne ;.- .itis easily iccounted forie' ,,elerosity, contrasted with the parsimony. bf-SaintBerkeley, his jdeire a once to marry her, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    So every Carpenter and Work-master, that laboureth Night and Day: and they that cut and grave Seals, and diligent to make great Variety, and give themselves to counterfeit Imagery, and watch to finish..., 11 June 1738

    Robert Mael, Deputy, John Evrett, Richard Skinner, Robert Stringer, Gabriel Sleath, Richard Sclater, Samuel Mills, John Humphrys, Giles Mills, Thompfon Hayne, Henry Siffon, Richard Holland, John Saunders, Robert Taylor, Samuel Woolafton, Richard Harwood, Robert Willis, -#rtfonfo/for. Z/afozY/a/'for. Lz'«£»-dra/tfr. JF/o/zw". 5z'fod?r-_/7«z'/fo Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1714, 28 June 1714

    to Her Majefty, or ftands " bound for as Surety, for Cuftoms of Tobacco," Hayne tverfus Trent River Bill. Upon reading the Petition of George Hayne Gentle¬ man •, praying, " That he may be heard, by his Coun- " Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1782, 4 February 1782

    Copies of all Proceedings, Civil or Military, had in Charles Town in South Carolina, in the Cafe of Colonel Ifaac Hayne, end of all Meffages, written or verbal, Letters, Memorandums, and Anfwers, which paffed between the Right Honourable Lord Rawdon, Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1796, 18 April 1796

    36Geo.HL Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 68$ to allow a Proof to the Appellant in Terms of the Inter¬ locutor of the 12 th June 1794; and alfo of the Facts ftated in the Condefcendence given into the Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1796, 22 April 1796

    36 Geo. Ill Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Covent Gar¬ den Church Bin. m the Eftates in the County of Cambridge, devifed by " John Swale Efquire, in Truftees to be fold at the fame " Time with Subscribers-only content


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