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  • * Victoria County History *

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    by 1845 Orltons on the northern boundary was the seat of a gentleman, 81 and in 1851 the farmhouse called Hile and Butts in the village street, later part of Ghyll Manor mentioned above, was occupied by a non-practising barrister.

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    the present main channel of the Roding. The Roding (or Roden ) was known before the 16th century as the Hile (recorded in A.D. 958) a British name from which that of Ilford was derived. 8 It is a small

    Little Ilford

    lower in the east, by the Roding. The soil is mainly valley gravel. The name Ilford ('ford through the river Hile ' [Roding ] ), 5 seems originally to have been applied to the area west of the river, but

    Index A - K

    bus service, 73 Highlands , in Ilford , 191-2, 198, 205-6, 211 Hildelitha , St., Abbess of Barking , 222 Hile , riv., see Roding Hill , Oliver , 252 Hills , Arnold , 26 Hobart , Eliz., 227 Hobbs

    Index L - Z

    Robinson , G. T., 201, 202; Jane, m. (2) Hen. Sterry, 201; Sir Sydney W., 263 Roding ( Roden , Hile ), riv., 97, 184, 185, 187, 215, 216, 239, 267; Aldersbrook , 184, 185, 187; Back River, 184, 185,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ri4 . r - ; .s[**~d~r,0Gd?;3ji?3?*s-ffJ , 1 gaiiW -6f wst lE + t '5 _5b a, .4 ;cel A.D Hile! c -erybod pw yw pe .Y .. k r ygi d tva'i =i *Wl .LT :0 : 4 ,,,...,wc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Our iostruments are hired by the EIST.EDDFOL)AU and all Leading Choirs. LAEGE SELECTION of Pianos Orlgans, all Harmoniums returned from Hile, very little used, to be sold at a very low price. Competent Tunler and PRepairers SeClt to all parts. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iiijtras~in'tttte! -Thilttesf7tephr :>" * * @ C 4' 5' 4 *- 2i 7fie.izitr'ideo it h. s i'ets ipreiPzev assttel il/it Hile tesi s eritich itaso W/Sitt it- fice of Ite liohoej Ah tiii re iits of Iti i. PP ih3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a proof of ottrattaschmaent we rio hereby resolve to raise, by public sub~ciptmio1, the earn of 2,0001, the amount of Hile imposed upot Sir F. ildeit, and to pay tile same to thle offi~er of thie Court appointed to receive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oountry wbosia de~~~~~~~jries b wi~9 elded,1#1 ove whl; h estpreirnied winthiso oibreve Juhoset~iurFne, and uspmseirests stain o ationa cha rateroi Hile tvihlsrw himselnp suponi- she th tion of Ena-land-his appel to EnfIih slgheisty wasif bhly. placing Thi o4 a roH"eWo Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons, F-I

    Jn. a ; Sam. Wm. Highet ( see Higate). Highlord , Alderman Highway , Thos. Hildich , Pet. a . Hile , Jn. Hill , Mr. a , a , a , wid. Edw. a ; Fran. a ; Geo.

    Henry VIII, June 1543, 6-10, 01 June 1543-30 June 1543

    alsua unto the princes be speciale convene, libertie for eche of thame to ayde and assist to utheris for the wageis and stipend[is ] of the requirent, againis those personis so comprehendit." Misread "Hile" in Sadler State Papers. In Flanders.

    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    . See Dieppe. Deir . See Deer. Dekynson . See Dickinson. Delacrace or Delacre . See Dieulacres. Delahide (De la Hile), James, Irish traitor, I. 650, 677. -, Sir Walter, I. 553 (2). Delamere (La Mare) Forest, Chesh., II. g.

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Offences. -, -, Death penalty for, viii Highways , Offences concerning, see under Offences. Highwood Hill , Constable of, 446 Hile , Anthony, 226 Hill (Hills, Hyll) -, Agnes, 1 -, Bartholomew, 80 -, Charles, 243, 248, 418, 441 -,

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

    Tatenhill, co. Stafford, 1435. Hildenborough , Hildenborow, co. Kent, manor of, rent ont of. 1453. Hildyerd . See Hillyard. Hill (Hile), , permit to export horses to Ireland, 610. -, -, silk lace seized by, 458. -, Christoher, Master of


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