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  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 2, 1683

    [Assign Johi. Powell Civi & Mercator Scissor de London utent etc ] . Francus. Smith filius Edri Smith de paroch Hillesley in Com Glouc Seargweaver pon se Apprentic Josepho Hutchinson Beadelo pro sept annis [Assign Johi. Loveck Civi & Blacksmith

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1506-1508, 01 January 1506-31 December 1508

    pasture in Hillesley and within the parishes of Rosse and Weston under Penyord without the borough of Rosse late of his brother William Hillesley; likewise to William Rudhale his heirs and assigns of lands late of Thomas Hillesley in Little Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K

    , Kydwelly, Morgan, 577 8, 631, 1165. Kiftsgate , Keftegate hundred [co. Gloucester ] , 16. Kilcote , Kylcote [in Hillesley parish, co. Gloucester ] , manor, 419. Kildale , Kyldale [co. York, N. Riding ] , 517. Kilgarran , Subscribers-only content

    Index, H,I

    [? Hill Head in Westleigh ] , Devon, 162. Hillesley , Hyllesley, John son of Thomas, yeoman, of Hildersley, 832. -, Thomas, clerk, 365. -, William son of Thomas, 832. Hillesley , Heref. See Hildersley. Hillingdon , Illyngton, Middx., 594, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 1, May 29-31, 1660, 29 May 1660-31 May 1660

    King, unless otherwise specified, chiefly pleading services and sufferings during the late troubles: I. For Pardons. 82. Edward Cosyns, of Hillesley, co. Gloucester. For a pardon, according to His Majesty's promise to Parliament, being by the ugly witchcraft of the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HILLESLEY, John (by 1508-?66), of Beenham, Berks and Leominster, Herefs.

    between Hillesley and Vachell, and the earlier subordination of Leominster priory to Reading abbey, suggest that Hillesley was a member of the Berkshire family of that name. If this origin, which is adopted here, is the right one, Hillesley was

    DEE, Hugh (by 1493-1529/30), of Worcester.

    to name one’, but the conclusion which has been drawn from another list that the vacancy was filled by John Hillesley (q.v.) is a mistaken one. What is more likely is that Thomas Hill, who in September 1536 was described

    POYNTZ, John (c.1485-1544), of Alderley, Glos.

    Oct. 1520 he left to his brother Thomas a life interest in the manor of Alderley, with its appurtenances in Hillesley, Kilcott and Tresham, all of which were afterwards to pass to John Poyntz and his heirs. As these lands

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Ilsley

    Hildeslegh, Estylstod, Estyldesle, Estchildesley, Esthildesle, Estillesley (xiii cent.); Ildesle, Hilderle, East Tillesley , Yildersley, Hillesley (xv cent.); Illyssley, Estillysley (xvi cent.); Estilsley, Estillsley, Illesley, East Hillesley , East Islesley, East Ilsley (xvii cent.). The parish of East Ilsley covers an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Groves, Sios Eliza, 1, Quay, Ilfracombe. Guard, Rev. John, Langtrec, Devon, rector of. Guner, William, Axminster, Devon, gentleman. Guecter, Joseph, Hillesley near Wootton-under-icgo, farmer. Guppy, Thormas NWilliam itatthew Wilksa IBarnstai;e, g6ntleman. Gtt, MIss Mary JYne. 7f Adeinide-pleas, -aStaneiaase Plymouth, Gvynine, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    catalogues, apply to the Auctioneers rtedditrib. Catolornes sasy be obtained from New fions, .Bronisgrove Street, Birmingham; Crow Gunsa Hotel, and Hillesley la~l,; King's Heath; WH from ahFr twihtersete osaelig 5 I SALES BY AUCTION. JANUARY 31, 1893. RO E IK& Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to get his training; but for youths whose parents can afford to give them the advantages to be obtained at Hillesley, a little preparation before they emigrate gives them an extra chance of success. There they can learn to do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, Vicar of Walderswick- eism-Blythborougb, Suffolk; vicar of St. Cuthbert's, Evorton, Liverpool. Rev. E. 3. F. .Tohuson, M.A.; Vicar of Hillesley, Glouceatrebire- patron, the Bishop of Gloucester and BristoL Rev. T. Lougetaif; curate-in- charge of St. Aldate's, Gloucester. Sev. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curious accident reported in the ]Dursley Gazette," which gives a portrait of the hero. A aarter, named Robins, living at Hillesley, near Wootton-under-IEdge, went into a wood for fuel, using a long stick with an iron crook to pull down Subscribers-only content

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