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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Higham Gobion

    Parishes Higham Gobion HIGHAM GOBION Echam (xi cent.); Hecham (xii cent.); Heyham, Heghham (xiii-xiv cents.). The parish of Higham Gobion comprises 1,298 acres, of which 610 consist of arable land, 335 of permanent grass, and 11/2 roods of plantations. 1

    Townships Higham with West Close Booth

    it contained three of the royal or ducal vaccaries, viz. West Close and Hunterholme, Higham Booth , 5 and Higham Close , formerly called Nether Higham . 6 In West Close , an ancient inclosure from the forest, a family

    Townships Old Laund Booth

    the Fence lay in Higham , West Close and Goldshaw Booth . It was not specifically granted with the rest of the forest by the commissioners of 1507; but at the halmote of Ightenhill held at Higham 6 June 1526

    Hospitals St Margaret , Huntingdon

    Lincoln , 9 appointed 1315. John de Yaxley , 10 appointed 1315. John de Fletton, 11 appointed 1322. John de Higham , 12 appointed 1331. John de Askham , 13 appointed 1334 to 1342. Henry de Yaxley , 14 appointed

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Higham or Littlechurch

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Higham or Littlechurch 9. THE PRIORY OF HIGHAM OR LILLECHURCH Mary daughter of King Stephen appears to have settled in the nunnery of St. Leonard , Stratford at Bow , accompanied by some

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    away. Another of those melancholy accidents arising out of the careless habits 'of sporting gentlemen, has just taken place at Higham, the seat of Francis Bentwortib, Esq. near Ashby-de-la-Zouch, As Mr Hlointrough was passing through the snall gate that leads& Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Launceston, tallow-chandler.' [Curtis, New Bridge-street. W. Henton, Nottingham, grocer. [Tompkin Temple. IV. Coulthard, Brocklebank, cattle-dealer. [fIarrison, King's Arms-yard. J. White, Higham, chandler. [Wragg, Southwark-bridge-road. J. Osborne, jun. Epperstone, surgeon. [Plower. Mansfield. C. and E. Potter and S. Roberts, Manchester, calico-printers. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackwa . On the th inst, at Shirland, Derbyshire, Mr. Samuel Cheetham, to Mrs Wharton, both of them innkeepers at Higham, in the same parish. 'The bride:. groom is in his Trt RTY-SlXrH year; and the bride, who is rich Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miost emitieut iii their walk; the plates 'are, indeed, lirst-rate performances. They are from'lhe hands of Messrs. FISHER, ALLEE, JEAVONS, HIGHAM, R. SMITH, J. SIITH, WILLMoSE, VARRtALt, 1RANDARD, HlENSHtALL, RADCLYFFE, and GoonD AL L. *Ve suggest, nevertheless, to the conductor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1S35; consisting of 21 Plates, from Drawings by Cattermole; engraved in the very first style of art by Wallis, Brandard, Higham, Cousen, Goodyear, &c. &c. Imperial 4to. plain proofs, 2A. 2s.; India proofs, 31. 3s.; before letters, 4. 4s. London: Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1718 (1563)

    Then sayde I: is there not a lawe for the spiritualtie as well as for the temporaltie? and syr Clemēt Higham said: yes, what meanest thou by that. Then saide I: when a man is periured by the lawe, he

    Queene Mary. Three Martyrs burned at Bury. Persecution in Excester.

    Vmfry.Iohn Dauid.Henry Dauid his brother.Concerning the burnyng of these three, here is to be noted, that Sir Clem. Higham persecutor.Syr Clement Higham, about a fortnight before the Queene dyed, did sue out a writ for the burning of these three

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    them, but that could not helpe. For hee was ryche.Not withstanding hee was arrained therefore at Berry before sir Clemēt Higham, at a Lent Assise, and there this Fenning brought two noughty mē that witnessed the speking of the foresaid

    Queene Mary. Alexander Gouche, Alice Dryuer Martyrs.

    Humfrey.Iohn Dauid.Henry Dauid, his brother.Concernyng the burnyng of these three, here is to bee noted, that Syr Clemēt Higham persecutor.sir Clement Higham about a fortnight before the Queen died, did sue out a writ for the burning of these three

    Queene Mary. Gods punishment vpon persecutors, and contemners of the Gospell.

    & sayd he neuer spake them, but that coulde not helpe.Notwithstanding he was arrayned therfore at Berry before sir Clement Higham, at a Lent assise, and there this Fenning brought two noughty menne that witnessed the speaking of the foresayd

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HIGHAM, John (d.c.1442), of London.

    wife, Margery, Higham acquired a messuage and six cottages in the parish of St. Botolph Without Aldgate. These had been leased to Margery’s first husband by the prior of the church of Holy Trinity the Great, who sued Higham in

    HYNXSTEND, Thomas (by 1516-45), of Winchelsea, Suss.

    a letter from Richard Sackville II to his uncle (Sir) Christopher More reporting an inquiry into ‘whether the manor of Higham with the castle of New Winchelsea [Camber] were within the liberty of the Cinque Ports or not’.[footnote]Hynxstend’s election to

    PAGE, Edmund (by 1512-51), of Shorne, Kent.

    manor of Beckley. Thomas Page was to inherit at once a house and lands in the parishes of Chalk, Gravesend, Higham and Milton next Gravesend, and the residue of all goods, real and personal, including apparel and books. He was

    FINCH, Hon. John (?1692-1763), of Bushey, Herts.

    of Bushey, Herts. Constituency Dates Higham Ferrers 20 Jan. 1724 1741 Rutland 1741 1747 Ofifces Held Solicitor gen. to Prince of Wales 1726-7; K.C. 1727. Biography On the night of 18 Dec. 1722 John Finch, a practising barrister, was stabbed

    TIRWHIT, William (d.1451), of Wrawby, Lincs. and Thorngumbald, Yorks.

    able to leave his son no less than 14 manors, as well as extensive appurtenances, in Lincolnshire, the manors of Higham in Essex, Brockholes in Northamptonshire and Dowthorpe, Beswick and Grovehill in east Yorkshire, and an inn in London. These

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

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    CP.G.2939

    Place(s): Higham (Heigham) : township Chester (Cestrem) : diocese Participant: Elizer Robinson [Robinson] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Chester (Cestrem) : diocese Participant: Hugh Hargreave [Hargraves] Role: testator Details: male; deceased, married to Helen Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Higham (Heigham)

    TRANS.CP.1598/2

    male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Hugh Hargreave [Hargreaves] Role: testator Details: male; senior, yeoman, deceased Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Higham(Higham in Pendle) : undefined LancashireChester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Cheshire Place(s): Chester (Cestren) :

    CP.H.5706

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Halifax (Hallifax) : undefined Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Haslingden (Haslingden) : undefined Location: Skipton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Skipton (Skipton) : undefined Location: Wakefield, All Saints (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wakefield (Wakefeild) : undefined Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Higham(Higham) : undefined

    CP.I.1462

    Participant: ThomasLowcock [Lowcock] Role: witness Details: male; 69 Employment: Winder of worsted yarn Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Higham with West Close Booth (Higham) : undefined Participant: AlexanderTomlinson [Tomlinson] Role: witness Details: male; 35; Yeoman Location: Blackburn (Lancashire) Place(s): Blackburn (Blackburn)

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Pearson, 22/8/1710

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Pearson Forename Richard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Date 22/8/1710 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Higham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, DRb/Ai/1. (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sprat, Thomas/Rochester 1684- 1713 Comment

    Wilhelmus Inglett, 1/9/1660

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Inglett Forename Wilhelmus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 1/9/1660 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Higham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, DRb/Ar/1/17 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Warner, John/Rochester 1638- 1666 Comment

    Georgius Smith, 10/5/1725

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename Georgius Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 10/5/1725 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Higham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, Uncatalogued act book (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bradford, Samuel/Rochester 1723- 1731 Comment

    Henricus Foche, 15/4/1732

    DETAIL Surname Foche Forename Henricus Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 15/4/1732 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Higham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, Uncatalogued act book (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilcocks, Joseph/Rochester 1731- 1756 Comment

    Michael Nickins, 15/6/1738

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Nickins Forename Michael Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 15/6/1738 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Higham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, Uncatalogued act book (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilcocks, Joseph/Rochester 1731- 1756 Comment

 

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