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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurworth

    he granted the manor of Hepple , 58 and it seems probable that the latter adopted the name Hepple as a surname. In 1304 Robert de Hepple had died seised of half the manor of Hepple , leaving a son

    Parishes Patrick Brompton Aske. Or three bars azure . Norton . Azure a sleeve ermine .

    Eve. Land in Scrafton and a small portion of Newton descended apparently to a son Robert. 129 The Robert de Hepple (Hephale) who was mentioned in 1301 130 and held most of the land of John de Scrafton 131 was

    Chorley

    ; De Banco R. 144, m. 294. Robert was seneschal of Clitheroe . The surname is also spelt Hephale, now Hepple . She was probably a second wife, for Robert's heir was a son Robert ( Cal. Gen . ii,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, November 1595, 01 November 1595-30 November 1595

    "stond" horse, 16 hands; Jo. Slegge, and Edw. Anderson, sp. f. d.; Jo. Hepple, sp. f. gray tr. gelding, 14 hands; Edw. Hepple, sp. f. d.; Tho. Hepple, pet. f. d.; Jo. Forster, sp. f. d.; Edw. Wilson and Christofer Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    Hedingham. Henriquez , Peter, loan by, 86. Henstead , co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306. Hepburn , Hebborne, co. Northumberland, 414. Hepple , Heppell, Hewell, co. Northumberland, 414, 416. Herbert , Arthur, Earl of Torrington, grant of goods belonging to his

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    talks of war lately (?) married (19th Aug.), 679. Henshaw , town of: burned by the Laird of Johnston, 405. Hepple , Edw.: 76. Jo.: 76. Tho.: 76. town: Lord Ogle's, 339. Herbert , Mr Secretary: 790, 792. Hermitage : Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, April 1647, 01 April 1647-30 April 1647

    Cases before the Committee April 1647 April 1647 Nath. Barker, Parson of Stoke Talmage, Co. Oxon. 1 April 1647. Vol. G No. or p. D. 109 587 589 Articles against him that he lived in Oxford garrison as a Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    See Sincler, Lady, 2126. -, Patrick, prior of St. Andrew's, 1564. Hep burn , Patrick, earl of Bothwell. See Bothwell. Hepple , Northumb., 132, g. 5510 (20). Hepton , Ann, g. 2362 (11). -, John, g. 2362 (11). Herbart ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TAILBOYS, Sir Walter (1350-1417), of Sotby and Skellingthorpe, Lincs.

    him land in the Northumbrian village of Warton, which lay near the family seat at Hepple. Their estates then comprised half the barony of Hepple with extensive appurtenances in the surrounding countryside and half the manor of Hurworth in County

    OGLE, Sir Robert (c.1370-1436), of Ogle, Northumb.

    to inherit Alexander’s share, along with all the rest of the family estates, comprising the manors and castles of Ogle, Hepple, Newstead, Sewingshields, Flotterton and North Middleton, the manors of Ellingham, Saltwick, Nedderton, Larbottle and Shilvington, and other holdings in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proved the frequent visits of Lady Ellenboroutg to No. 73. Hle knew by the livery only who she was. Robert Hepple, a waiter at the Norfolk Hotel, Brighton, doposed that Lady Ellenborough came to that house on the 6ths February Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *prfigg NEWVMARKET JULY MEETING. YESTERDAY. MATCH, 200 le.ft., Sot. 71b. each, Now T.Y.C. Duke of Bedford's Eda ...................... (Rogers) 1 Sir J. Hawley's Harridan *................ .. (Wells) 2 Betting: 0 to 4 on Eds. Won by a length. SwscxrfrAtAICEs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John, boy; Harnison, Thomas, boy; Hayes, George, married Hall, George, marriedi; Humble, Peter, married; Humble, Joseph, married, nepliew of nlder-viewer; Hepple, Thomas, single; Hill, George, married; Hiidmarsli, Jamnes, first day ill pit; Houston, Andrew, married; Hill, George, single, stoneman ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS 7o fs Editor of the Doily Post.-Sir,-If the Northumberoand Plate has long ceased to be regarded as one of the chief events of the early sulmer by the great body of sportsmen, it still retainsenough of its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - L O : P G LonoowX, Friday Night. is a- belief in Coervative cireles whic are aclc med to 'be well Anform4ed that all.the leading members iof tie Cabiet, with the excep- tion. of Lord Cross, are in Subscribers-only content

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