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You searched for: Place: Haynes, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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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

    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

    Flitt hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Flitt

    (Part of); Clophill ; Flitton Cum Silsoe ; Upper Gravenhurst ; Lower Gravenhurst ; Haynes ; Higham Gobion ; Luton , With East And West Hyde , Stopsley , Limbury Cum Biscott, And Leagrave ; Pulloxhill ; Streatley With Sharpenhoe

    Parishes Maulden

    stands picturesquely on the south of the main road at the west end of the village opposite the road from Haynes , while at the other end of the village is the White Hart Inn , an old thatched building

    Parishes Higham Gobion

    Reginald Bray . 48 The manor for a short time was held by the Brays , with the manor of Haynes (q.v.). 49 Sir Edmund Bray , the nephew of Sir Reginald , probably alienated the manor to the descendants

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sandon, 02, New- gate street; Sanger, 110, Oxford street; Chandler, 711, Oxford street; Johnstone,S6, Caoruhll; HusLtable, 104, St John's street; Haynes, Holloway; Stevens, Bedding- tan Corner, Miitchum; Bliosett, Northasopton (wholesale agent for the county); Clarke, druggist, Duirstable; Greesley, Molten AMowbray; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of " Proverbial Philosophy," "An Author's Luod," &c. I vol. post 8vo. 6' THRE POETICAL WORKS of the late THOMAS HAYNES RAlLY, now firstt collected, including all his popular Songs and Bal- lads. With a lemoir. Edied by hit WIDOW. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enaterials. the inspor- tucitletc topurchase (too frequent in this branchb of trade will never be permted by the new firmofNICOLL, HAYNES, and SIUES._142 and 144 ltEGENIT STBEET. \,7AIIWJCK R[OUSE DRElSS-MAKIlNG VP DEPARTMENT-This is a new feature to the abovc Establishment, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Afterwards he stated that he had not written the order, but that he had received it from a man named Haynes, whom he had frequently met at a publichouse and in the streets. He gave the officer a de- scription Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXMINER. Passages of a Working Life during Half a Century. With a Prelude of Early Remini~zscences, By Charles Knight. Volume II. lBradbury and Evans. This second volume of Mr Charles Knight's excellent autobiography, rich in topics of Subscribers-only content

  • * 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

    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

    19 April 1791, 19 April 1791

    Cafe « S. C. » Whalley's Cafe " Heydon v. Godfalve « S. C. - - 1. " Crouch v. Haynes " S. C, " Streater's Cafe - - - " S. C. " Dethick v. Bradbourne " Moor v. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    paffed; agreed toby the Lords; royal Affent, XI. 633, 634, 661, 693, 698, 701, 707, 718, 734, 738, 761, 7^5- HAYNES, Richard. 1695. Bill from the Lords, to enable him to fettle a Jointure on his Wife, and to exchange Subscribers-only content


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