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  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1494-1498, 01 January 1494-31 December 1498

    worth, then this recognisance shall be avoided etc. Membrane 12 d . 1055 John son of Henry Bosom, gentleman of Herston co. Leicester, and Agnes his wife, afterward wife of Thomas Bate and Thomas Whitmere, the servant of John Moreton, Subscribers-only content

    Index, H I

    W., 605. Herrik , Sir William, 604. Herryot. See Heriot. Hersey , , servant of Lord Shrewsbury, 387. Mr., 604. Herston [? Hirst, Morpeth ] , 79. Hertford (Hartford), letter dated at, 438. water from, to be brought t o

    Cecil Papers, March 1605, 1-15, 01 March 1605-15 March 1605

    there is one Roger Witherington in Northumberland who does great harm, being a notorious recusant, and yet is baily of Herston [? Hirst, Morpeth ] having thereby a great co mmand of people: which in my opinion is not fit,

    Index, H, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    , Wm., 3504. Herse , Hersey, Hersie, or Hersye. See Hercy. Herseld , John, 1986. Hersham , Suff., 2214, 3062. Herston , Suff., 3684. Hert or Herte. See Hart. Hertell . See Hartell. Hertford , pp. 1405, 1408. Hertford ,

    Index, H, I

    Harsnap , Edward, Henry and John, 794. Harst , John, gentleman and servant of Sir William Huddy, 554. Harston , Herston [co. Leicester ] , 1055. Hartfield , Hertfeld [co. Sussex ] , 356. Hartforth , Hartford [in Gilling parish, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO MIUBMENTB. T HEATRE ROYAL.-CLOSED until Aumset 7, for JLRedecoratiOn. 'BANE BODLIDAY, August 7. "YOOYTHI. "ITTNCE OF~ WALES THEATRE. For hre Nihtsonl. M. WLTE BETLEY and Mr. T. C_ RI~. sppotedby lir BEYLE'S eeSand Efficient COMd. FANY ACBE H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Assistants or Apprentices,, Lade who - - mothave been partially trained in the above trade.e-Apply to Str. jA: refer- Herston, Superintendent, (Jottage Homes, Marston Green, Biresig- 0e841 bass. 127,0,1-Ms to WVAI~TE (x orecd Rqie Situation; Hotel, or Rem-LA write Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Regnstry 1E,.-nton Stret. 08006 TATOBIinnRERS.-lligenteYuth Wrmtth a good 81tuntlond LTHLALSID.- WanedWan, used ativ Gnd, Genert AEnd to wrsaest Vretuate.-Dafor a Herston Wineant Stirit. cp0tb V1young .Lay, of god, apt-OarDCCod cter; *ornnan- thoouhl und~lerstandsii the bulnohsa-Adxosenclsin photesoto . Moore hurch t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Square and Spring HUi, thob 'Whitby, joiner and cabinet mateer. WILIJASX CAIRNs, Dacre Street, Morpeth, cartman. GEORGE COOPEZ, Corfe Castle, Herston, and Swanage, laeel Purbecek, Dorsetshire. diaper and grocer. TnOnrAs RorIN8, HEemyock, Devon, blacksmith CHARLEs GosemNen, BLatchington Road, WVest Brightos, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Homss.-ri the report of the Mar- ston Green Homes Management Committee reference was made to the resignation of Mr. F. Herston, superintendent of the homes. Several Guardians expressed their regretat losing the services of Mr. }barstoo, and spoke of his Subscribers-only content

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