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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of Warwick Borough records in the Pageant House, Warwick , used

    1 Corporation WA 2 Smith's Company WA 4 Fire Records WA 5 St. Mary 's Chamberlains WA 6 Campbell, Brown, and Ledbrook (solicitors) WA 11 Heath and Blenkinsop (solicitors) WA 12 Heath and Blenkinsop (solicitors) WA 16 E. D. Shepherd

    Sullington Charity for the poor

    the cottages appropriated to, and occupied by, poor of Sullington parish, the trustees of which were allotted ½ a. on Heath common at the inclosure of Thakeham manor in 1812 . 31 No more is known of the charity. W.S.R.O.,

    Corrigenda to Volumes IV and IX

    'Spaniard's End' read 'The Spaniards (later Heath End )' " " 67 a , line 32, for 'Spaniard's' read ' Heath ' " " 70 b , line 1, for 'Spaniard's' read ' Heath ' " " 71 a ,

    The Heath

    The Heath THE HEATH The Heath (641 a., 259 ha.) and Norncott (209 a., 85 ha.) formed a northern detachment of Stoke St. Milborough parish in 1831 and from 1884 constituted the Heath civil parish, the area treated in this

    Warminghurst

    Early settlement concentrated around the northern angle of Heath common. The surname at Heath was recorded in 1327 and a tenement there c . 1430. 7 There were inhabited houses 'on the heath' in 1597 . 8 Jinkes Farm on

  • * British History Online * *

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    HEATH, -

    - HEATH - HEATH Biography Name HEATH Gender Male Period of medical practice 1571-1591 Other notes Appeared 1581. Said he never practised in the City. ?Bartholomew H? ?John H? Known London address St Dunstan's in the West (?) Parish St

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, Liberty of Norton Folgate, Meggsons Court

    , James 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Pratt , Ellin 0.60 3.00 0.00 0.00 Horne , Henry 0.60 3.00 0.00 0.00 Heath , Ralph 0.60 3.00 0.00 0.00 Stokes , Peter 0.60 3.00 0.00 0.00 Tantham , Henry 0.60 3.00 0.00

    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 40, August 1612, 01 August 1612-31 August 1612

    the age of 21 years, yearly rent 30 l .; also the right to cut 20,000 turfs yearly from Snelling Heath; Sprake to commit no waste, but preserve the wither beds and water banks against the waters, and not cut Subscribers-only content

    BLUNT, -

    Heath Horsey Downe 1604 Other notes Cd be Bartholomew or Giles or Richard or Thomas (of Lewes): all BS or S. Known London address Millpond Heath, Horsey Downe Date 1604 Censorial hearings 22 Dec 1604 Entry B of Millpond

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Botolph Aldgate (part), Greens Rents

    Greens Rents 2 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Heath , John 6.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: hse+10tnts. Gibson , - (Widow) 2.80 14.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: hse+4tnts.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hugice, Bryn Eghvys medd J. H. Symond, Wrexham E. Edmunds, Aberdar Wff. Williams, Corwen P. J. Walters, eto W. James, Heath W. soulkes, Llanymynech J. Levis, Rhymney V'T Lewis, Cenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. 1Roberts, Pentrefoelas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanddulas, a Miss Catherine Wynne Parry, Ty- uchaf, o'r un plwyf. Ar v 3ydd cyflsol, yn Eglwys St. Thomas, Stockton, Heath, yn agosi Warrington, any Parch. W. Hayes, Ficer yn cael ei gyno~thwyo can y Parch, S. Wilkinson, James Hepherd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i effective reartior, fr Grey Ebir, and it ispe~rfaetysafej eafe for the S:safe for the Skin;,. safe for the ffeaera Heath. U[nlikie Hair Dyes, 'DomnalinecRetorei eradicates dandtiff, n . ,st~p~thlenS wea hair 'rand pruiniotesl gmoth. Bt invikatc 1 *n the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr 2Sainagorwyd ysatfell (ards-eth- edir) gyleuss, so wedi el dods-efnu n.p gyflawn a manteisiol yn y lie hwn, set Small Heath. Pregethwyd or yr ar'hiysnr ya hynod h wrpasol. a galluog gan p Parch. Even, Robierta, Ceernarfon, oddiar Dat. iii. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COED TRAMOR. EDI ei dadlwytho otr barg "GL;~AnVoN," WV llwyth o LOGIAU ysgwar .0 FFAW!YDD COCH (PITCH-PINE.) LLWYTH y barg "GLALvooN" o BLANCIAU SPRUCE, yni cyiw tuay 399,60O.. Medi, 1876. LLWY`1H o BLANCIAU LLORIO, gwyn a choch, wedi eu Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1122 (1563)

    firste that was sente for, by a pursiuante, to bee at London, and that for two causes. Fyrste to aunswer Heath, then appoynted Bishoppe of that dioces, who was before in kyng Edwardes dayes depriued therof for Papistrye. Secondarily to

    Book 4, page 565 (1563)

    God were now as great professors of the Gospell of Christe, as then they appeared to be, Heath. Thyrlby. L. Paget.whyche were doctoure Heath, and doctor Thirleby, but especially þe Lord Paget, who at that present was an earnest protestant,

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    their erronious opinions, and by gentlenesse to wynne theym to the truthe, hys gentyll orderyng and curteous handlynge of Doctour Heath, late Archebyshoppe of Yorke, beynge prisoner with hym in Kynge Edwardes tyme in hys house one yeare, sufficiently declareth.

    Book 6, page 1548 (1563)

    the sayde Commissioners, brynging a true Inuentory, as he was commaunded, of al his goodes. That done, This Byshop was Heath, byshop after of Yorke.a Bishoppe of the Quenes priuy Counsell, beinge one of the sayd Commissioners, after the Inuentory

    K. Henry. 8. The othe of the Clergie to the king. The mariage of Queene Anne.

    they were now as great professors of the Gospell of Christ, as then they appeared to be, Heath. Thirleby. L Paget.which were Doct. Heath, & D. Thirleby: with whom was ioyned L. Paget a maintayner of D. Barnes.þe Lord Paget,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 8 [Recorders.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    A.D. 1618 . Robert Heath of Grey's Inn, in the room of Martin . In 1620 made Kin g's Sollicitor. 18 Jac' I. A.D. 1620 . Robert Shute of Grey's Inn, in the room of Heath . 18 Jac' I.

    Book 2, Chapter 5 Limestreet Ward. Leadenhall.

    in State in his Chapel at Westminster , in the Month of February, about twelve Days, here at Leadenhall , Heath Bishop of Worcester the King's Almoner, and other his Ministers and Assistants, did daily distribute to poor People of

    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    large and good Buildings, well inhabited by Gentry: and the more for its good Air, and the Diversion its large Heath affords. Where there is a Bowling Green , well resorted unto in the Summer Season . 21. FULHAM ,

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. St Georges Parish. The Mint.

    chiefly Inhabited by Broom Men, and Mumpers. But here are divers large Yards wherein are vast Stocks of Birch , Heath and some only of Broom Staves which the Master Broom Men dispose of to those that make the Brooms

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEATH, Thomas I (1680-c.1717), of Hatchlands, East Clandon, Surr.

    HEATH, Thomas I (1680-c.1717), of Hatchlands, East Clandon, Surr. Constituency Dates Haslemere 22 Nov. 1704 1705 Biography Previously confused by some historians with his namesake, the Member for Harwich between 1714 and 1722, Heath owed his brief political career to

    HEATH, Thomas II (1684-1741), of Mile End Green, Mdx.

    to the growing interest of Parker’s brother-in-law, Viscount Perceval (John†). Heath died on 7 Sept. 1741, leaving his estate, valued at £1,450 a year, to his elder son, Bayley Heath, with a further bequest to his own brother, Edmund Pike

    HEATH, John (1614-91), of Brasted Place, Kent.

    Pretyman. Heath was reduced to petitioning the King for relief for ‘my present very pressing wants, without which I should not adventure the seeming impudence of begging present money’, and in May 1666 received a free gift of £1,000. Heath

    HEATH, William (d.1607), of Bath, Som.

    HEATH, William (d.1607), of Bath, Som. Constituency Dates Bath 1597 Bath 1601 Ofifces Held Alderman, Bath, mayor 1595-6, 1597-8. Biography Heath was paid by the Bath corporation for his services in both Parliaments. In 1597 he shared £20 with his

    HEATH, Richard (?1706-52), of Argyle Bldgs., Westminster.

    HEATH, Richard (?1706-52), of Argyle Bldgs., Westminster. Constituency Dates Honiton 1747 5 Feb 1752 Biography Heath was the grandson of Sir Richard Heath, one of James II’s judges, who purchased the manor of East Clandon in 1692. On his father’s

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.4335

    West Ardsley (West Ardsley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: George Job [Jubb] Role: witness Details: male; 53 Employment: carpenter Location: Heath(Heath) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: William Houghton [Houghton] Role: witness Details: male; 45 Employment: brazier and plumber Location: Wakefield,

    CP.H.5548

    65 Employment: farmer Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Heath(Heath) : undefined Warmfield (Warmfeild) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Warmfield Hall (Warmefeild Hall) : habitation Heath Old Hall (Litle Heath Hall, Little Heath Hall) : habitation Location: Normanton (YorkshireWestRiding)

    CP.G.2750

    male; 44 Employment: joiner Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Heath(Heath) : undefined Warmfield (Warmefeild) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Elizabeth Cote [Cote] Role: witness Details: female; 56 Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Heath(Heath) : undefined Warmfield (Warmefeild) : ecclesiastical parish Participant:

    CP.I.2400

    Place(s): Nun Appleton (Nun Appleton) : undefined Participant: JohnSmith [Smyth] Role: defendant Details: male; Esquire Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Heath(Heath) : undefined Participant: RichardBurton [Burton] Role: defendant Details: male; Esquire Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wakefield, All Saints

    CP.I.2777

    Place(s): Pool (Poole, Pool) : undefined Participant: RichardWatson [Watson] Role: witness Details: male; 27; Gentleman Location: Warmfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Heath(Heath) : undefined Participant: ThomasDunwell [Dunwell] Role: witness Details: male; 35; Yeoman Location: Otley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Pool (Poole, Pool) :

 

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