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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, August 1660, 01 August 1660-31 August 1660

    by the King for the office of Steward and Keeper of all Courts Leet, & c., of the manor of Hildenborough (" Hilden alias Hildenberrow "), co. Kent, loco Henry Dixon, lately deceased, and with the fee of 13 s

    Index, H, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Treverry . See Trevanion. Highgate (co. Midd.), 58. 287. Highlins Park , co. Stafford, 137. Highwood (Liskeard, Cornwall), 36, 323. Hildenborough manor (Kent), 16. Hildyard (Hilliard, Hyldyard, Hylliard), Barbara, 180. -, Henry, Chamberlain of the Exchequer Court, 3, 589. -,

    Report on the Charities of the Skinners' Company

    the following parishes or ecclesiastical districts: Sutton-at-Hone parish, Swanley district; Darenth parish; Wilmington parish; Otford parish; Tonbridge, parish church district; Hildenborough, Ecclesiastical districts; St. Peter, Southborough, St. Stephen, Tonbridge, St. Thomas, Southborough, Holy Trinity, Tonbridge wells, Christ Church, St. John,

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Farrington Gurney. Fentrigan. Fordington. Furness. Gillingham. Grafton. Grantham. Great Staughton. Grediow. Greens Norton. Greenwich. Ham. Hambleton. Handbridge. Hanslope. Helston. Hemsworth. Hildenborough. Hockham. Iscoed Ycharden. Kenilworth. Holme Cultram. Iscoed Gwynionydd. Kennington. Kethinock. Kirton. Landrayne. Landulph. Langton Herring. Laughton. Laverton. Leigh Durrant.

    Index of Persons and Places, H, I, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    919. Highlands , River Dee, overflown by spring tides, 1220. Highlands Park , Heylin's Park, in Tatenhill, co. Stafford, 1435. Hildenborough , Hildenborow, co. Kent, manor of, rent ont of. 1453. Hildyerd . See Hillyard. Hill (Hile), , permit to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    porters' a room the body of the stoker was placed. It is said that when the Deal train was nearing Hildenborough station, which is situated between Taunbridge and Sevenroaks, the a signal w/allrned the engine-driver not to go on, so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    season of 1- two or three months, at the Gaiety Theatre, At Sevenoales, yesterday, Charles Cramp, a signal-man, d of Hildenborough, was charged wVithl the manslaughter of k the driver and fireman of a goods train, which was in col- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NARROW E6CAPF.O LORD' DERBY. As ftwd-eairioie of Laoid Derb± wa' being' d'siv down a , steep bill, between Hildenborough and SIhlipbourne, Tum- bridge Wells, on Saturday, thehorses suddenly took fright at some pieces of paper that the wind blew up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganikeooa ,-I NARROW ESOAPE OF LORD DERBY. Asthe carriag6 of Lord DerbV was being driven down a stetep hill between Hildenborough and Shipbourne, Tuibridge Wells, on Saturdav, the horees suddenly took flight at some pieces of paper that the wind Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of any at present. Dunton Green-Rather better, aud look like growing"2 cwt. to 3 cwst. per acre. Between Sevenoaks and Hildenborough the bins is black and very backward. At Yalding the prospects are somewhat better, and some of the planters Subscribers-only content

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