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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, March 1688, 21 March 1688-27 March 1688

    But we have no certainty of it. Mar. 27. Treasury order for amending the transcript of the lease of the manor of Hempholme to Sir Hugh Bethell, ut supra , p. 1368. Warrants not Relating to Money XII, p. 80.

    Entry Book, May 1687, 11-20, 12 May 1687-19 May 1687

    Robert Hewett: viz. the manor of Hempholme formerly part of the lands of Sir Thomas Heneage, kt., exchanged with the Crown; with the moiety of the capital messuage of the said manor of Hempholme, alias Hemphowe, alias Octon-holme; two closes

    Appendix I, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    same to same for a lease to Sir Hugh Bethel of the manor of Hempholme (the moiety of the capital messuage of the manor of Hempholme, alias Hemphowe, alias Octonholme, co. Yorks, with divers closes belonging to the said manor),

    Index of Subjects, M

    Beaulieu. Cantermelenydd. Chesworth. Climsland Prior. Crowland. Dauntsey. East Molesey. Eltham. Frankton. Fentriggan. Gouxhill. Hampton. Hampton Court. Hempholme. Hogsthorp. Kennington. Kensington. Marylebone. Newark. Old Court. Old Court and Sedgwick Park. Rhosvair. Richmond. Rosedale. Savoy. Says Court. Sheen als . Richmont als

    Entry Book, March 1687, 6-10, 06 March 1687-10 March 1687

    pp. 25 6. Same to John Fisher, Deputy Surveyor General of Crown Lands, for a particular of the manor of Hempholme, co. Yorks, with a view to a fresh lease thereof to Hugh Bethell for 99 years terminable on the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BETHELL, Hugh (c.1648-1717), of Rise, Yorks.

    Riding lieutenancy in December 1699, he obtained from the crown in 1700 a fresh 99-year lease of the manor of Hempholme, which he had inherited from his uncle. He did not stand for election in 1701, seemingly due to opposition

    BETHELL, Hugh (1615-79), of Rise, Yorks.

    in July. His services were rewarded with a knighthood and a renewed crown lease of the manors of Rise and Hempholme at £20 p.a. He continued to represent Hedon in the Cavalier Parliament, in which he was again inactive. He

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

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    CP.G.2219

    Brandesburton (Bransburton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Warner [Warner] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Leven (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hempholme (Hempeholme, Hempholme) : undefined Leven (Leaven) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Warrener [Warriner] Role: witness Details: male; 58 Location: Leven

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 May 1798, 18 May 1798

    Agnes, Granfmoor, Liffet, ** Barmflon, Ulram otherwife Ovjram, Skipfea, Dringhoe, " Beeford, North Frodingham, Brandes-Burton, Moor- " Town, Le-ven, Emmotland, Hempholme, Goodill Houfe, " and Struncheon Hill, all in the Eaft Riding of the " County of York ;" to Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1798, 21 May 1798

    Agnes, Granfmoor, Liffet, " Barmflon, Ulram otherwife Ouram, Skipfea, Dringhoe, *' Beeford, North Frodingham, Brandes-Burton, Moor " Town, Leven, Emmotland, Hempholme, Goodhill Houfe, " and Struncheon Hill, all in the Eaft Riding of the County of Tork." CC Abingdon Roads Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1798, 22 May 1798

    Granfmoor, Lijfet, te Barmßon, Ulram otherwife Owram, Skipfea, Dring- " hoe, Beeford, North Frodingham, Brandes-Burton^ te Moor Town, Leven, Emmotland, Hempholme, Good- « hill Houfe, and Struncheon Hill" all in the Eaft Riding of the County of Tork. Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1798, 23 May 1798

    tle Kelk, Foflon, Burton-Agnes, Gran/moor, Lijfet, Barmßon, Ulram, otherwife Owram, Skipfea, Dring- hoe, Beeford, North Frodingham, Brandes-Burton, Moor-Town, Leven, Emmotland, Hempholme, Goodhill Houfe, and Struncheon Hill, all in the Eaft Riding of the County of York," was pleafed to confent Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1798, 25 May 1798

    Burton-Agnes, Granfnioor, Ltffet, " Batinßon, JJbram, otherwife Owram, Skipfea, Dring- H hoe, Beeford, North Frodingham, Brandes-Burton,, " Moor-Town, Leven, Emmotland, Hempholme, Goodhill " Houfe, and Struncheon Hill, all in the Eaft Riding of " the County of York" The Queftion Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county of Leitrim, in the room of Mr Montgomery who hasa efte the office of steward of the manor of Hempholme. cepted Tlutersday, April 29. THE MAYTNOOTH GRANT. Mr SPOONER moved his annual resolution for the withdrawal at the parliamentary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to issue for Scarborough, in the room of Earl Mulgrave, who has accepted the office of steward or bailiff of Hempholme. n BELFAST RIOTS. On the motion of Mr. CAIRNS, a copy of the report made by the Commissioners for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    issue for Scarborough, in the room of Earl Mulgrave, who tl has accepted the office of steward or bailiff of Hempholme. REPLY TO THE ADDRESS. Lord CASTIJEROSSE brought up the following reply of Her Majesty to the address of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the borough of Lambeth, in the room of Mr. Roupell, wiho has accepted the stewardship of I-er Dlajesty's Mainor of Hempholme; and for Oldhasn, in-tha room of Mr. W. J. Fox, who has accepted thc stewardabip of the Manor of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coming the owner of the stewardship of Hempholme. The first bid was made by Mr. Nunneley, of Leeds, £10,000 after which the following were given:-£15,000, Mr. Jonathan Harrison, Scarbro'; £16,000, Mr. W. Whiting Hempholme; £17,000, Mr. Nunneley; £18,000, Mr. Whiting; Subscribers-only content

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