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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRENCHARD, Henry (c.1652-94), of Lytchett Matravers, Dorset.

    restore corporations. He was not re-elected, though it is clear that he was highly prosperous. He bought an estate at Hilfield, and took over Bloxworth from the heirs of (Sir) George Savage. He died on 2 Oct. 1694, leaving all

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    , Robt., p. 546. Hildereth , Thos., 28 (2): p. 552. Hildrop (Hilthrope) , in Ramsbury, Wilts, 806 (p. 380). Hilfield (Hilfelde) , Dors., g. 436 (67). Hill , alias Hull , Glouc., g. 282 (57). Hill , North-, Cornw.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thle rescuers at Tynowydd, and was rewarded for bravery there. 10 PERBottMtNG BIEA S.-Mrs. Stillwell writes to the Tiisrcs front Hilfield, YateleY, Hants-" Having read it the report in the Times of Friday last of the charge of C. cruelty Subscribers-only content

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    was known to have , recontly sustained some very heavy financial losses. PiRuoitcriNl BEAMS.-Mrs, 8tillwell writes to the Trives from Hilfield, Yateley, Rants-" Having read Ythe report in the Times of Friday last of the charge of Icruelty to a Subscribers-only content

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    cVrosg ing Roval Avenue so a corkcuttc-a irL the emnilovrment at of 1:- I GIladdery named Jnuaes Hlihjes, of 9, Hilfield. who was runty oven by the hackney car of Matflreiw JOIsT MCalla, of 36 ,MITier Street. It appezred M'O;0alla Subscribers-only content

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    dio. Lich. feld; value, 6091., with residence; patron, J. Adam and the Misses Adam. Rev. Henry Payne Hope, M.A., to Hilfield P.C., Dorset. Rev. W. St. George Sargent, to be chaplain to Lord Eli- bank. TACANOM. Head mastership of Lancaster Subscribers-only content

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    the Sheriff of Glamorganshire. Rev. Gilbert Heatheotc, to be Chaplain to the Sheriff of Wiltshire. Rev. Edw~rd Naros Henning, to Hilfield Perpetuel Curacy, Dorset, value 521. ; patron, Vicar of Sydling. Rev. Eugene O'Meara, to be a Governor of Pleasar Subscribers-only content

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