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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bisley Manors and other estates

    HILLHOUSE FARM , was held from Over Lypiatt manor by knight service in 1515 when Thomas Brown died seised of a third of the estate. 18 In 1609 the lord of Over Lypiatt sold the freeho ld of the

    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    there as East field, Hillhouse field, an d Upper field. 44 Their inclosure was apparently completed in 1818 when exchanges affecting 172 a. of open-field land were made between the owners of the Daneway , Hillhouse , and Tunley Farm

    West Bergholt Introduction West Bergholt c. 1880

    Hall estate had 62 a. of woodland stocked with wild pheasants, woodcock, and pigeons. 85 In 1993 its owner sold Hillhouse wood to the Woodland Trust as a nature reserve. 86 In 1995 the parish contained seven sites important for

    West Bergholt Economic history

    willow, alder, ash, beech, hazel, and other underwood. A 20 ft. wide drove road leading west from Bergholt Hall to Hillhouse , Bagland (formerly Bagnall ), and Stiching woods survived in 1995 . 71 Sixteenth- century tenants of Bergholt Hall

    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    Before 1688 John Hutchinson of Lichfield sold it to Sir Edward Waldo . The messuage, by this date known as Hillhouse , 98 was sold by Waldo's trustees to John Gibson , whose grandson sold it to Drummond . 99

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FREE TlF-7AME-RIAN 1YAPERS. SIRAtTE, .tQ r)nA-Y, NOV. 1. EMBUAXRGO. Tfhi being the Sg&ji of fhe followini RasoBslltion ofiewdfi-4kd. Hillboser. -,. Resolved, That itsis expediLet that, the Act, intitled "A Act for klayingaw Ewbargo on afi Ships and Vessels in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Tuesday, Jan. 17. J. Heaward Hillhouse, Lancashire, farmer. J3 Glaves, Upper East Smithfield, master-mariner. J. Burke, Greenwichi, licensed-victualler. BANKRtiUPTCY SUt IERsED. P. Galpin, Fleet-st. stationer. , 1 BANKRUPTO. T. Parke, W~estbromstwicb. plumber. [Sutton, Clement's- inn. J. Childs, Letcester-square, jeweller. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smyth Forsaith and Elizabeth Johnson, Edgewfre road, Marylebone, milliners-B. Tattersall and T. Dicksoa, llMan- chester, architects-T. Griffin and J. W. .Hillhouse, Bealrs wharf, Southwark, wharfingers-J. Ashworth and J. Chadwick, Mandckes ter, commission agents-S. and S. Rawlins, sen. and Jon. Birming- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were raising the standard of journalism. Benjamin Silliman was ardently engaged in awakening an interest 'in scientific pursuits. In 1812 Hillhouse produced 'The Jidgment,' and Allison, Irving, and Bryant soon 'followed with volumes which have since become clas- sical. In Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 vols. S. Tinsley. 31s. 6d. Bishop, P. J.-The Channel Railway: Tube or Tunnel. (Crown Gvo, pp. 23.) Tinkler and Hillhouse. 6d. Brandon Tower.- vols. S. Tinsley. 31s. 6d. Burritt, Elihu.-A Sanskrit Handbook for the Fireside. (Pp. 96.) Longmans. Is. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, Q, R, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Hamilton, Lady Elizabeth. Harris, , Mris. Harris, R. Harrison, J. Hartwell, Ann. Head, Joan. Henderson, J. Herne, . Heyford, Elizabeth. Hillhouse, A. Hinson, A. Holder, G. Holland, R. Holmes, G. Holmes, N. Howard, E. Hubank, H. Hull, . Humphreys, J.

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 01 April 1635-30 June 1635

    2 p . May 23. Hundreds of Frome and Kilmersdon. with liberties of Mells, Leigh, Witham Friary, East Cranmore, and Hillhouse, co. Somerset. Justices of Peace to Sir John Finch and Sir John Denham, Justices of Assize. Certificate of measures Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    pass by Robert, consul Rowland (p.) Samuel (p.) Lt.-Col. Scipio, payment to Thomas (p.) William, mariner Lieut. William, death of Hillhouse , barony of, creation of Hills , Anne (p.) Hilton , Martha, official Hilyard , Philip, expense for Hindman Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, June 1693, 1-10, 01 June 1693-10 June 1693

    erson, Robert Baird, James Harrison, John Kinniston, Nicholas Holmes, Geo. Irwin, John Fleming, John Crofton, Hugh Blair, Frederick Edmonds, Abra. Hillhouse, Benj. Wilkins, Hen. Lane, Samuell Jones, Joshua Pilot, William McCormick, William Taylor. Hen. Campsey, Capt. Andrew Adams' widow, William

    Index of names, A-J

    89. Hildyard , 79, 142, 175, 182. Hill , 13, 20, 24, 48, 78, 105, 135, 151, 182, 190, 192. Hillhouse , 190. Hillhowse , 82. Hillyard , 121. Hilton , 140, 141. Hird , 68. Hirde , 128, 166,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DANVERS, Richard (d.1604), of West Tockenham, Wilts.

    dated November 1602 and proved 3 Dec. 1604, is that of a comparatively rich man. The widow was to keep Hillhouse, Gloucestershire, ‘according as she ought to have it’, and was appointed co-executor.PCC 22 Ketchyn, 19 Swann, 95 Harte; F.

 

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