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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hawnes or Haynes

    Parishes Hawnes or Haynes HAWNES or HAYNES Hagenes (xi cent.); Haunes (xiii cent.); Haine (xiv cent.); Haunce (xv-xvii cents.). Haynes is a small village one mile east of the Bedford and Luton main road, and stands on high ground on

    House of the Gilbertine order The priory of Chicksand

    called 'the chapel of St. Thomas ,' with the grange of Haynes , for £200 a year; besides selling two woods, and granting the fruits of the church of Haynes for seven years. 12 Simon his predecessor had demised to

    Parishes Turweston

    lands in 1650 . 44 Simon Haynes died in April 1628 , 45 and left as executrix of his will his widow Anne, 46 who died about 1647. 47 Her son He nry Haynes in 1650 sued in Chancery a

    House of Benedictine monks The priory of Beaulieu

    de St. Amand a carucate in Wilshampstead for the service of the chapel of St. Machutus in the parish of Haynes (Hawnes). 20 The temporalities of the priory in 1291 were valued at £26 7 s . 10 d .

    Easthorpe Manors and other estates

    The south part of the medieval moat survives. 25 Spicers, amounting to 7 a., belonged in the Middle Ages to Haynes 's chantry of St. Peter's church Colchester ; in 1550 the king sold it to the bailiffs of Colchester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THiE EXAMINER. -eyga., isDcaariaa 27. Tim onlY oneo of the new measeres which we have not yet talen up regularly is that respeeinng the Press, whicb hIas been divided into twrvo Biil's,-the Newtvpapfer S.tarmp Dil- ties BIlL and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chancery-lane. Wos. Evans, Wooton, Oxfordshire, butcher, March 28, '29, priL22, at eleven, at the Bear Inn; Woodstock. - Atorney, Mcf Haynes, Atterbury, Oxfordshire. John Fosssy, Dunstable, Bedtordshire, straw -hats-man- factitter, March 19, at twelve, 26, at two, April 2',, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nurserfrlan- II. Lloyd, George-street, Adelphi, broker. T. Weaver, HiAh 1lolborn, floor-cl~oti-nanufactturer. Tr. Haynes, Blacekfriars-roRd, warehoUsefflan- W. Sy e, lUpper Rnssel-streel, Bermondsey, tailner, *TJ. Evanrde Atetharm-cmliirt-road, lineii-draper, !NYAiei9lt9l}'tUlg ]lQrla~ hastvles, 01idsw-i n fsrd, WiNorces terehie e, nail-i-ronrnonager, ' Djjx , StoirbridreVWoreesterabtres, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cox.-Maternali ssistance, by Mr. Call, to Mr. Chippencdale.-Girl with a Hawek, by Mr. Newton, to Mr. Chapman.-A Ballad Singer, by Haynes, to Capt. Datle.- Opoer, by Mr. Guess, to Mr. Fox.-Mischief, by Mr. Dagley, and A Sketch near Islington, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gifford, Mr Chas. Giftord, the brothers of the deceased; Messrs Drew, Wsedgwood, Burford, and Hite; Messrs Harris, Jderray, Farr, and Haynes, the Cler k of the Rolls -Lord GiFLerd, it is said, has left behind him a family of six Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAYNES, Samuel (1735-1811), of Sunning Hill, Berks.

    HAYNES, Samuel (1735-1811), of Sunning Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Brackley 6 July 1789 Dec. 1802 Biography Haynes was returned for Brackley on the interest of the Duke of Bridgwater, whom his son-in-law J. W. Egerton succeeded in 1803 as 7th

    HAYNES, Samuel (1735-1811), of Sunning Hill, Berks.

    HAYNES, Samuel (1735-1811), of Sunning Hill, Berks. Constituency Dates Brackley 6 July 1789 Dec. 1802 Ofifces Held Guidon and capt. 1 Horse Grenadier Gds. 1768, lt. and capt. 1770, maj. 1780, ret. 1788. Biography Haynes joined his son-in-law John William

    TUNSTALL, Roger (b.1354), of Bedford and Haynes, Beds.

    of Bedford and Haynes, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedford 1402 Ofifces Held Bailif, Bedford 1396-7; mayor 1398-9, 1406-7, 1409-10. Biography The subject of this biography is first mentioned in November 1382, when he and his father joined together to witness a

    GREY, John II, of Bedford.

    were William Clerevaux* and William Cotterstock*. He is mentioned in 1399 as having been a surety for the parker of Haynes in the same county; and he was present at views of frankpledge held by the mayor of Bedford in

    NEWDIGATE, Robert I (1528-84), of Hawnes, Beds.

    other property formerly belonging to Elstow priory, and soon afterwards bought the larger part of the manor of Hawnes (now Haynes) from Sir Edward Bray. The bishop of Lincoln described Newdigate as ‘esquire’, ‘earnest’ in religion in Bedfordshire and as

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 November 1689, 26 November 1689

    af¬ firmed. to Robert Selyard, William Turbill, William Harding, by'he'cw Sutler Buggins, John Tayleur, Waller Wallinger, Charles i for ir- Haynes, took their Oaths at this Bar, in order to g'lve t*ie'r Informations to the Committee for Irregula¬ rities. Domini Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1695, 14 January 1696

    rd. The Earl of Bridgewater alfo reported from the Committee, the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable " Richard Haynes Efquire to fettle a Jointure on his now " Wife, and to exchange Lands with the Truftees of " Subscribers-only content

    8 December 1697, 8 December 1697

    Thoufand Six Hundred Ninety-fix ; and praying that Francis Haynes may an¬ fwer thereunto: It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament afiembled, That the faid Francis Haynes may have a Copy of the faid Appeal Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1697, 11 January 1698

    Mafter of the Rolls, the Tenth Day1 of November, One Thoufand Six Hundred Ninety-fix; as alfoupon the Anfwer of Francis Haynes put in there¬ unto ; and due Confideration of what was offered there¬ upon : It is Ordered and Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1701, 24 April 1701

    Anne Hull, Mrs. Mary Long, Mr. Bernard Wentworth and his Wife, John Franckland, Mary Hopkins, Elizabeth Sanders, Dorothy Ciapcoate, Widow Haynes, and Mrs. Anne Underbill, fhall and they ate hereby required to attend this Houfe, as Witneffes, This Day Charles Subscribers-only content


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