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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Economic history

    several other parishes on the east. 71 In 1875 Manor farm was 327 a., two others owned by the Curtis- Haywards were 175 a. together, and two more were respectively 84 a. and 90 a. 72 From then the number

    Little Wenlock Manor and other estates

    92 he had sold most of his estate there to William Forester , 93 apparently in 1754 . 94 The Haywards ' capital messuage, called the Old Hall by 1980 , stands east of the church. 95 Part of a

    Parishes Wibtoft

    was in 1809 in the hands of the Rev. P. De Bary , a member of a family representing the Haywards . 15 The Purefey half was passed by George's son Gamaliel to Anthony Stoughton ; 16 George Stoughton (joint

    Little Wenlock Church

    by his son George. 63 By 1663 William Hayward (d. 1708) was patron. 64 The advowson descended thereafter with the Haywards ' Little Wenlock estate 65 and was bought by William Forester (d. 1758). 66 It again descended with the

    Parishes Cuckfield PARISH CHURCH of HOLY TRINITY CUCKFIELD

    corner it is crossed by the Southern Railway and part of the Ouse Valley viaduct, the nearest station being at Haywards Heath , 2 miles east of the town. In the north of the parish is Great Bentley Farm, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, H,I

    Haunby , Thomas, of Bradley, gent., 555. Hausted. See Hawstead. Hauxton , Cambs. See Hoxyngton. Havard. See Howard. Havardes. See Haywards. Haverford West [Pemb. ] , 291. Havering atte Bower , Haveryng (atte Boure), Hawring at the Bower, Essex, 804. Subscribers-only content

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, G - L

    Hayward, John, bla B Hayward, Philip, arm A Hayward, Rich, bro A Hayward, Richard, bla A Hayward, William, fou A Haywards, John, bri A Haywood, David, tal A Haywood, Elijah, joi A Haywood, Samuel, gol A Haywood, William, tai A

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    he builded the Church of Peterston, and he made fair stone houses for his franklens who were his Grangers and Haywards and yeomen of Guard. 11 th To Sir John Fleming he gave the Castle and Mannour of S t

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part II

    19 8 1857 February Redemption of land tax on the Staffordshire Estate 95 0 8 1,580 19 0 1858 August Haywards 349 17 4 The amount still remaining in respect of the foregoing alienations of the Charity 1,231 1 8

    Henry VIII, July 1538, 26-31, 26 July 1536-31 July 1536

    Elizabeth, his wife, late wife of Wm. Vyncent, now hold and occupy; a croft containing 1 acres of land called Haywards which Edw. Stockwood now holds and occupies; a meadow containing four acres, parcel of Longmore, near Abbotts Bridge at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. [In future a certain space will be reserved weekly for articles on the Universities, Colleges, and Educational Subjects generally. Several - columns of "THE LITERARY Ex- miNER. " will also be devoted to reviews of Educational Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Intermediate, £10 Ifs.; Stoeraeg £6. 6s. Apoply to Filrt,, Hairs, and Monitgomery. 24,Jarnes St., 7Lirerpool. Agerrte ins Eirminclrami WV. H. Haywards, IS, Urrion Vsoorge: J7 I'. Beams. Union Dhmrr.Uir rm o Daiesiurnrr, arrd Co'., 2, AlbertS. isrsI.Achr 4Prae;F Ceerk OndI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    usuanl faultless man- ner, and was joined by Mr. T. Xi. Abbott its a most enjoy- 1 able performance of Haywards variations on "The blue v iells of Scotland." Mr. IV. G. Halliley dilsacrged the V e partof accompanist. .0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Post Oflice, Now Street. forTo-morrow glhuraday) inoering only. °33 Jl1ANO-YORTBY VAlJ,-WANTED, to ruROil&9L a PIAONO- FORTB VAN,-Send partiolmre to Mesor.4. Haywards Malcsial Blepoeitory, Queell Street, Wolverhampton. N%7 ANTFE) to RENT a GIGUOUS13 and .STA"l. niear Sir Harry'a Road, Bristol Road.-Apply Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Close or Open, with ample room for fosr Inolde, fa .ILe or a Pair of horsts.-Tn be seen nt J. Haywards, belriags tuienou 49. eteelheoue Lante, Birmingham. 1491 O bAa cnesnSTA ENIE 2-inols cylinder boiler.- Apply to BenfJamin rswell, Old Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAYWARD, Thomas (by 1507-34), of Ipswich, Suff.

    clerk of peace, Ipswich 1528-33; bailiff 1533-d. Biography The heralds’ visitation of Norfolk gives three generations of Haywards in the early 16th century, and names the head of the family Thomas in each case. The first of them (whose wife

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