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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Noseley

    wife's death, Thomas Hazlerigg of Fawdon (Northumb.), the son of Isabel, succeeded to the manor of Noseley . 25 From that time the manor has been held in unbroken succession by the Hazlerigg family. In 1622 Thomas Hazlerigg was created

    Illston on the Hill

    it is joined by lanes from Rolleston and Noseley , stands New Inn Farm, formerly a coaching inn, the ' Hazlerigg Arms'. 8 It was built in the 17th century and is of ironstone with a slightly later rear wing

    Billesdon

    was bought by Sir Arthur Hazlerigg of Noseley , 90 who was succeeded at Goadby by his second son Major- Gen. Thomas Hazlerigg (d. 1915). MajorGen. Hazlerigg was succeeded by his son Lt.- Col. Thomas Hazlerigg (d. 1935). 91 ECONOMIC

    The City of Leicester Political and administrative history, 1509-1660

    element, accepted the Protectorate and persisted in its allegiance until the last. But it may be noted that Sir Arthur Hazlerigg , whose extreme republican views led him to oppose its establishment, was M.P. for Leicester in 1654 , 1656,

    Hallaton

    at an unknown date to the Hazlerigg family of Noseley , who presented to it from c . 1600 to at least 1688. 80 It formed part of the forfeited possessions of Sir Arthur Hazlerigg , 2nd Bt., but was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Silver street. printers-A. Brown and t. Roberts, Manchester, architects-W. Wright, jan. and Co. Westritister-bridge road, coach builders-J. Dewharot and Co. Hazlerigg, Lancashire, farmern-S. Spencer and Co, Oxford street, wholesale ice tnerclants-R. Forth and Co. North Shlelds, chemists -J. Robertson and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. C. H. Germon, Gent.; 14th Foot, H. T. Vernede, Gent.; 16th Foot, A. Cottee Gent.; 21st Foot, A. G. Hazlerigg, Genjt.; 42ad Foot, W. Green, Geot.; 44th Foot, E. C. P. Pigott, Gent.; 46th Foot, C. J. Burgess, Gent.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    without purchase, vice Fitz Gerald; Sergeant- Major P O'Callaghan to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Jenkins- 21st Foot: Lieut-A G Hazlerigg to be Captain, by purchase, vice Coffibh who retires;, Ensign W1R MacPherson to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Hazlerigg-_2th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Autumn Handicap enabled Sir John to repeat his spring success over the course;- anid after Patti If. bad won the Hazlerigg Place, a fine finish for the Meldon Plato ended in a victory for the favouri te, ])auntless. The Hczcrxns' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BRITISH ARIOH&LOGICAL CONGRESS AT LEICESTER. (Fi'no)wr Beporter.) This association has now nearly disposed of its course of paporr, and only two more days have to pass over be- fore the whole business will have been terminated, an-l the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    William Perpoint, Sir Henry Vane Senior, Sir Phillip Stapleton, Sir Will'm Waller, Sir Gilbert Gerrard, Sir William Armyne, Sir Arthur Hazlerigg, Sir Henry Vane Junior, John Crewe, Robert Wallopp, Oliver St. John Solicitor General, Oliver Cromwell, Samuell Browne, and John

    Supplementary Records, Mansergh

    of an ancient inclosure to the gate leading into the ancient inclosure called the Tram belonging to Edward Wilson, esq. Hazlerigg Road , one other private carriage and occupation road of the width of 12 ft. commencing at the K.

    Charles I - volume 487, Undated 1641, 01 June 1641-31 December 1641

    of the sermon in the parish church of Melton, and who was reported to have been sent by Sir Arthur Hazlerigg, and stayed at Blith's inn in the town. Endorsed by Sec. Windebank . "Mr. Hastinges." [ p . ] Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1683-30 June 1683

    of Worcester letter from mentioned Hayning , laird of. See Riddell, John, of Hayning Haystoune. See Hay, John, of Haystoune. Hazlerigg. See Hesilrige. Hearth Money , collectors of Hearth Office , farmers of, business of Heaton , Thomas, his house Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    the Queen George, Earl of Kinnoul letters to his son, Lord Dupplin Hayes , Mr., of Sussex Hayward , Mr. Hazlerigg , Sir Arthur, see Haselrigg. Heath , Sir Robert, Chief Justice of the King's Bench formerly Attorney General opinion Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    sundry " Enclosures of Pasture and Arable Lands, with the Good " Muckle and Hazelrigg Enclosures, the Hollings and " Hazlerigg Lands, being in the said Township of Man- " sergh, in the said Parish of Kirkby Lonsdale, and the Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1833, 18 April 1833

    are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a of Hazlerigg; Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Hazlerigg Chapel, in theCoirnty of Northum¬ berland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    of Rudchester; of Throckley ; of Brand¬ ling; of Arthur's Hill; of Bigges Main; of Walbottle; of Wylam ; of Hazlerigg; of Kenton; of Killingworth; of Walker; of Killingworth Colliery Chapel; of Inverness; of Fawdon ; of Bulman Village; and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    362. Hay, 296. 349* Hayes, &c, 387. Hayfield, 437. Hay Green, 387. Hayscastle, 376. Hay ton, &c, 358. 376. 389. Hazlerigg, 313. Heacham, 320. Headcorn, 387. Headington, 437. Heanor, &c, 349. Heap, 418. Heather, 380. Heathfield, 387. Heaton, 377. Heaton Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    387 ; Holsworthy, 388 ; Honey Church, 305 ; Haverhill, 389; Hastings, 284 ; Hartlepool, 284 ; Hamsterley, 284 ; Hazlerigg, 313; Hampstead, 389 ; Haddington, 168; Holt (Wilts), 284 ; Hatherleigh, 134; Harrington, 279 ; Hittisleigh, 305; Hitchin, 377; Subscribers-only content

 

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