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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horninglow Economic history

    Lord Paget inclosed Henhurst in order to protect the timber. After nine years he allowed his tenants in Horninglow and Branston , but not people from Rolleston , to resume their common rights; with their consent, however, Henhurst was inclosed

    Horninglow Introduction

    was a cottage at Henhurst at the southern edge of Outwood common by 1601 , possibly on the site of what in the early 18th century was known as Henhurst House . 10 The present Henhurst Farm on the site

    Branston Introduction

    along the south side of Henhurst Hill , the name of this stretch of the main road from Burton , date from the 1940s and later. A council estate was built in Aviation Road, off Henhurst Hill , in 1955

    Parishes Capel

    of the grant of Maurice de Ewekne lying in the parish 'Capelle de Ewekene,' along with land in Ockley at Henhurst which is on the border of Capel . 32 In Pope Nicholas 's taxation of 1291 ' Dorking cum

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 385, March 1-18, 1638, 01 March 1638-18 March 1638

    Maurice Aubert, his Majesty's servant, of the benefit accruing to his Majesty as to the issues of the manor of Henhurst, Kent, by the outlawry of Thomas Wright, who, being seized of the said manor and outlawed, sold the same Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    Mr [? Edward Master, of Ospringe ] , co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 13. Master , Giles, of Henhurst, Woodchurch and Canterbury, co. Kent, his estate valued at 400, 14. Master , Mr [? James Master, of East

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    Henderson , Alexander Mr., minister of Brentford Hendley , Sir Thomas, sheriff of Kent, answer of Heneage , Sir Thomas Henhurst , Kent, manor Henlei , Mr. Henley [George ] reasons touching Henley , co. Oxford Henman , Allen pass Subscribers-only content

    Index, U, Z

    , John, a carrier, 453. Wressell , co. Yorks, Earl of Northumberland's castle at, 242. Wright , Sir George, of Henhurst, Cobham, co. Kent, Swarton finds employment in household of, 69. Wright , Henry, witnesses Jephson's deposition, 441. Wright ,

    Index, H, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (20). Hengrave , Suff., parson of, 293. Henham Hall, letter dated at, App. 12. Henhowe , Suff., g. 6490 (28). Henhurst , Kent, 1913 (2). Heningham . See Henningham. Henley , 976, 3734 (2), 4424, 4471, g. 4687 (6), 5076,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FALK, John (d.1426), of Hereford.

    in Shropshire, within the liberty of Shrewsbury, and in addition the manor of Bockleton, Worcestershire, and parts of those of Henhurst, Kent, West Tilbury, Essex, and ‘Pountfret’, Middlesex, which together had an estimated worth of more than £25 a year.

    HARPER, John (d.1464), of Rushall, Staffs.

    in November 1422, Harper seems over the years to have gained possession of the manors of West Tilbury in Essex, Henhurst in Kent and Pontefract (‘Pountfreit’) in Middlesex. These had previously belonged to John* and Katherine Falk, whose son, Nicholas,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    94th year, the Rev. William Powell, B.D., Canon of Llandaff, and for sixty years Vicar of Abergavennv-On the Ist ijst., at Henhurst, suddenly, Jotr Charles Schreiber, Esq., aged s2-On the 4th, John Stables, Esq., of The Wilderness, Ascot heath, 83. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wheat Sheaf, Freoome's Hill; Friday, Redmarley Pound, 10.45. LUDLow.-Tuesdsy, Onibnry Station; Thursday, 31ilso Weeood Saturday, Gatty, 10.30. 1EYIELL, TnsE.-Tuasday, The Henhurst, Thursday, Egginton . Saturday week, Chartlcy, 11. MosNMroUTIssHIsE-Tliursdsy, Raglan, 10.30. PYrrHLEr. - Tuesday, Rolect; \Vednesday, Guilcboroughs Friday, Kelmarsh; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Leeds Anitriu'r'y Bible Society. F rVHE ANNIVERSARY MEETING of this Y 4. SOCIETY Will be held in tie MUSIC-HALL, ALBION-STIIEET, on WEDNESDAY, the Tenth of October. The 1lev. Peter Treschow, of London, and the Rev. R. W. Sibtborp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. I THE TURF. TATTERSALL'S-MONDAY, DEc. 10. In the last number of our publication we noticed the un- usually numerous list of nominations for the ensuing Derby, in all amounting to 152, seventeen more than were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S CAZETTE. TO CORRESPONDENTS. A CopsTANr ReAnEsI asks the greatest distance a horse has been known to walk within the hour l-We possessed a horse that could walk six mites within the hour, and we never saw Subscribers-only content

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