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

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    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes objected.The brother accuseth his sister.This Agnes was de-tected of her brother in 3.poyntes.Firste, for learning theAgnes wel-Epistle of S. Iameslys, wife ofin English, of ThurstanIohn Wel-Litlepage.lys, his siSecondly, for

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.An. 1521.Ex Registr. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.Iohn Mordens wife.Richard Ashford.VVilliam Litlepage, prentise some-time of Iohn Scriuener.Emme his wife.Iohn Scriuener.IsabellMorwin.For teachyng Coplandeswife her errours.ThomasHalfakersworne v-pon hysothe, dyddetectethese na-mes herefolowing.Iohn Milsent, andhis

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lyncolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lyncolne. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland. . Accusers. Parties accused. Crimes obiected. We be the salte of the earth, if it be putrified and vanished away, nothing it is worth. A citie

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne. An. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland. Lincol. Accusers. Parties accused. Crimes obiected. Wylie, andhis sonne. This Wily was ap-peached because heetaught the gospell ofMath. to I. Wood &Wil. Woode after thegreat

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Hen. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.W. TrecherFor keping Thomasof Amer-Groue in hys house onsham.Easter and Christmasseday, because hee wouldenot come to the Church.Ioane Nor-Rob. Cosin.For disswading fromman did ap-pilgrimage, from wor-peachshipping of Images, &from

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    Wall, Altarwise, is an old Monument without any Inscription at all: Only on the Sides appear the Arms of the Hernes , anciently Lords of Shacklewell . But to return back unto the uppermost Part of the Chancel. On the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    into copyholds. 64 For administrative convenience Emstrey , Betton Abbots , and Brompton were grouped together as the manor of Hernes , under a single bailiff. Elsewhere the old manorial units remained, the bailiff in each one being responsible for

    Harrow , including Pinner Harrow church

    the first of whom was an executor of Sir Francis Gerard , from 1709 to 1772 , then by the Hernes until 1793 and by Richard Page from 1793 to 1803 . All tithes were extinguished by the Inclosure Act

    Index A-J

    n , Salop . Adult Coll ., vicar, and see Berwick Maviston ; Chilton ; Cronkhill ; Duncot; Emstrey ; Hernes ; Uckington Atcherley : Margery, Wm., Attingham , Edith of, Attingham , see Atcham Aubigny fam. , auditors ,

    Domesday Book 1540-1750 CHURCH ASTON 1681

    farmers such as William Patshull, John Davis , and Edward and William Harris , presented at the manor court of Hernes , Chilton , and Atcham in 1693 for owning fowling guns illegally. 38 As the county was well endowed

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, July 1583, 01 July 1583-31 July 1583

    Fosters, Nixons, Tailors, Stories. Scottland, Maxwells, Johnsons, Urwins, Grames, Bells, Carlills, Battison, Litles, Carrudders. Midle Marches. England; gentlemen. Ogeles, Fenickes, Hernes, Withringtons, Medfords, Shafters, Ridleis, Carnabies. Surnames; Ridesdale. Halls, Hedleys, Andersons, Potts, Reades, Dunnes, Milburnes. Tindale. Charletons, Dodds, Milbornes, Robsons, Subscribers-only content

    Index, K, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    I. g. 981 (109). Kensington . Midd., I. g. 226 (75). -, Bulfre Grove, I. g. 226 (75). -, Dorkyng Hernes, I. g. 226 (75). -, Nuttyngwood, I. g. 226 (75). Kent , I. 500, 538 (p. 314), 565, 644,

    Index, H, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    London ] , as to his deputy; xc. 52. -, Mr. Francis, late of Cadiz, merchant; lxxix. 62. -, or Hernes, Mr. Lionel, cancelling Exchequer bills; lxxxiii. 16; lxxxvi. 32; lxxxix. 25. Heron , Edward, gent., a Queen's waiter in

    Harrow on the Hill

    was given to Christchurch College in Oxford. The Gerards were formerly lessees under the college, afterwards the Conyers's, and the Hernes; the lease is now (under the will of the late Mrs. Mary Herne) vested in Richard Page, Esq. of

    Henry VIII, September 1538 11-15, 01 September 1538-30 September 1538

    43 carters for carriage of talwood (from Kingswood to Nonnesuche at 18 d . the 100) 5 from Turner's Wood, Hernes Wood, and Kempsall Wood. Large paper, pp . 21. Headed : June. III . "Costs and expenses done" at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERNE, Joseph (aft.1682-1723), of the Inner Temple, London.

    Dartmouth 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Director, E.I. Co. 1710-22. Biography The Hernes, wealthy London merchants and financiers trading to the East Indies and North America from Dartmouth,[footnote] frequently represented the borough in the early eighteenth century. Joseph Herne, related through

    HODGES, Sir William, 1st Bt. (c.1645-1714), of Winchester Street, London

    advancing money for victualling the Straits fleet. Indeed, as the foremost English merchant trading in Spain, a connexion of the Hernes (his wife was a niece of (Sir) Joseph*) and a close friend of Sir James Houblon*, he was acting

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thte auspices, of Great Bvitait, effected tile deis erance and established the independence of Europe, repre- senting also tile British Hernes who were encaged in tite me- morable ach;everenes, that such a Natiotal Celebration strotgly demanded the protection of Government.: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    honourable and amiable in a high degree He was .t'he Ia representative of the once noble family of Nithsdale and Hernes In er, son, lie was tall ansd remarkably handsome,-Dugjfrk Coturier-.I Z> gezoworth, the borglar, has been apprehended at Knutsford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attended, and the business transacted has been more limited. The wool market continues steady. CORN MARKETS. (From Olessrs0 Gi5liee and Hernes Circular.) CORN EXTHcANGE, MoDAY, AuGuST 19.-We had stormy wet weather last week, sntil Thursday night, when it cleared up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    noblecon, gocitlo- onimc, and ethers, 0cc Sale ihy Priva~tne onainson' daily land bcy Auc* P9 ind thin overy Thcursclay), atthie Hernes hschonge, Cavoc, Moseleoy Street. ae tic. llirrociccrhct. [Beardowvorthi e. REtabliuleul 1799). , 39 diNtio - LIOUSE-COlB lolceulcid), 13 honda. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I WANTED" GLAS~Sof ADVEBTISEMENTS -EC .'et roneoeestive insortions of the clansec of email Atdvertlsereme ~ W lntelliethbolo the following are the prepaid charges In al Moo vrols thes Address re coun1ted Iso eXtra Moo 16 Woreds, Once .... 6d Subscribers-only content

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