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  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix D, Extracts from the Vestry Minutes

    Beuan Mathy clercke Richard [ mark ] Aucockes m'ke Jeames [ mark ] walle r Thom's ffowler John Colbrand Wy: Hedworth Edward Stylkragg p' me Derr helden Cornelius [ mark ] godfrie John [ mark ] Kelsey John [ mark

    Elizabeth, June 1583, 01 June 1583-30 June 1583

    English or Scottis?" said Hedworth. Answered, "I speake Scottis as I can." "Then," said he, "I persave thow art a very Scottis vilain." "There thow leis," said the deponent, "I am a gentil man." Upon this Hedworth fetching a "straik" Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 April 1581-31 December 1583

    657. Keith (Kyet), Robert, bailie of Dundee: signs letter (27th April 1583), 427. William: accompanies Colonel Stewart, 440; injured by Hedworth, 486; deposition of, 492; outrage on, 495. Kelso : 653. Keninghall : 675. Kethe , "Watty": accompanies the Duke Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 529, November 1628, 01 November 1628-30 November 1628

    co. Northumberland, ob. 24th November 1628. In margin : Shields of arms of the De la Vale, Selby, Bowes, and Hedworth families. [1 p . ] Nov. 24. 40. Edward Sackville, Earl of Dorset, to [James, Earl of Carlisle, at Subscribers-only content

    Accounts, December 1597 - December 1599

    y e newe Churchewa r dens w m Colbacke & xp'ofer Collarde. [ Signed ] T. Knight Simon Greene w. Hedworth Richard wodlock patrick [P D ] derick m'ke Will'm Beuan Edward Stylkragg matthy clerck Anthony ha r ris John

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Monuments in Bunhil Fields.

    M.S. Elizabethæ Hedworth , Petri Harvey, Edwardstoniensis agri Suffolcien, Gen. filiæ. Quæ Corporis Formâ, animi Prudentiâ, Modestiâ, & rei familiaris Curâ exemiis conspicua, vivis, excessit 18 o die Junii, Ann. Dom. 1694 . 57 um agens annum, Henricus Hedworth ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HEDWORTH, John (1683-1747), of Chester Deanery, Durham

    HEDWORTH, John (1683-1747), of Chester Deanery, Durham Constituency Dates Durham County 1713 31 May 1747 Ofifces Held Mayor, Hartlepool 1716–17, 1728–9, 1740–1; freeman, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1731. Biography The Hedworths had been established at Harraton, Durham since the 13th century, and

    LAWSON, Robert (d.1565), of Rock, Northumb.

    1599, comprised nearly 2,000 acres. Lawson’s estates also included property at Barmston, county Durham, and at Byker, Cramlington, Fallodon, and Hedworth in Northumberland. In a backward part of the country, Lawson, who had attended an inn of court, apparently had

    HEDWORTH, John (1683-1747), of Chester Deanery, Durham.

    HEDWORTH, John (1683-1747), of Chester Deanery, Durham. Constituency Dates Durham County 1713 31 May 1747 Ofifces Held Mayor, Hartlepool 1716, 1728, 1740. Biography Hedworth, whose family acquired Chester Deanery under James I, was one of the leading Sunderland coal owners,

    WILLIAMSON, Sir Hedworth, 7th bt. (1797-1861), of Whitburn Hall, nr. Sunderland, co. Dur.

    Sir Hedworth, 7th bt. (1797-1861), of Whitburn Hall, nr. Sunderland, co. Dur. Constituency Dates Durham County 1831 1832 Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Dur. 1840-1; mayor, Sunderland 1841-2, 1847-8. Biography Williamson was a direct descendant of the Nottinghamshire Royalist baronet, Sir

    JOLLIFFE, Gilbert East (1802-1833), of Tilgate, nr. Crawley, Suss.

    12 Oct. 1836. His real and personal estate, valued at �30,000, was left in trust to his brother"s second son Hedworth Hylton Jolliffe (1829-99), later 2nd Baron Hylton.[footnote] A memorial plaque from his friends deplored his "untimely loss", and according

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Wratting

    duke of Bedford , in 1792 , and to Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bt., in 1799 . About 1816 William, Viscount Lowther , bought Osborne's share, and much of Sir Hedworth Williamson's. He sold Oxcroft in 1837 to William Purkis ,

    Saxon Houses including Wearmouth and Jarrow

    the work of restoration and rebuilding gave them the vill of Jarrow with its dependencies, viz. Preston , Monkton , Hedworth , Hebburn , Westoe , and Harton . 88 Waltheof, earl of Northumberland , bestowed on them the church

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    Christopher son of Christopher Danby , of Farnley . 279 Christopher Danby sold the property to John Hedworth in 1609 ; 280 Hedworth conveyed it to George Martin in 1612 and ten years later litigation ensued between Martin and Danby

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    owned the vills of Shoreswood , Wallsend , Willington , Over and Nether Heworth , Follonsby, Hebburn , Monkton , Hedworth , Simonside , Jarrow , Harton , Westoe , Southwick , Shields, Fulwell , Wearmouth, Dalton , East and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crefyddol, 960,466. "Gwyn eu byd y rhai a hauant gerllaw pob dyfroedd." Yr oedd gweinidog IUnitaraidd o'r enw George H1. Hedworth, yo pregetho i'w gynolleidfn yn New York, dydd Nadolig diweddaf, a gwnaetb ddatganiad rbyfedd o blaid Douwdod y Gwaredwr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whilbuirn Chuirch, David Barclay, qN son of Reifert Barclay, Esq. of Bory-hill, Surrey, to Mlaria Do?(: tbea, sister of Sir Hedworth Williamson, Blart. of Wlitberi" hall, Durham. DEATHIS. On the 13th July, at Frabnkfort on the Maile, ia iJ3 651!4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the nature of Mr. Pembertee' character, he might have the benefit of it, Mr. Lambton referred thep affair to Sir Hedworth Williamson and Captain Cochrane. e gentlemen made inquiries, and gave it as their opinion that as DO' thing had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    We have heard from good authority, that Captain Burn sdditt t e statement put forth by Captain Cochrane end Sir Hedworth Williamson to be correct, and further, that he (Captain Burn) did not approve of Mr. Thomas Pemberton's refusal to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the children, are likely to do welt.-Istlitglssam Rerald. MARRIED. On Tuesday, at Lord Ravensworth's house, in Portland place, Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bart. to the Hion. Anne Elizabeth LiddellV On Tuesday last, at St Peter's, Cornhill, Fanny. Co-heiress of the Subscribers-only content


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