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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wiltshire Victoria County History committee

    Co-opted Members Dr. J. H. Bettey Miss S. Reynolds Dr. J. H. Chandler Mr. K. H. Rogers Mr. D. F. Hodson Mr. M. Scott Mr. M. J. Lansdown Mr. S. P. Milton , Hon. Secretary Mr. F. R. Marshall, Hon.

    Schools Enfield Grammar School

    , 119; E. Ford and G. H. Hodson , Hist. Enfield (priv. printed 1873), 319. D.N.B .; Lysons, Environs of Lond . ii. 285; Marshall , Enfield G.S . 27, 52. Ford and Hodson , Hist. Enfield , 317. Gent.

    Parishes Chiseldon Chiseldon c. 1773

    by the Hodson family at Hodson in the 13th and 14th centuries eventually passed to Hyde Abbey . In 1223 Stephen of Hodson conveyed 1/2 hide there to Walter, Abbot of Hyde . 175 Other land in Hodson apparently passed

    Parishes St Oswald's - Churches and advowsons

    C. Warden . Christo Hodson me fecit; (4) Regem Honorate Pex Forster A.M. Vic . 1694. Christopr Hodson made me I. Evans IS. WH. RW.; (5) Ibimus in Domum Domini Pex Forster A.M. Vic . Christoper Hodson made me 1694.

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Economy and society, 1662-1762

    , ed. Challis, 385-6; Hodson , Ches . 1660-1780 , 104. C.C.A.L.S., ZAB 3, ff. 25v.-26, 92; Cal. S.P. Dom . 1695, 195; 1697, 173, 179; Diary of Thos. Cartwright , 74-5; Childs, Army , 100; Hodson , Ches .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s iwn gyntaf o'r 24ain gatrawd, Milwriad Pulleine; yr I Uch.gadben White; Cadbeniaid Degacher, Wardell, i Mostyn, a Younghusband; Is-gadbeniaid Hodson, Caiarye, Atkinson, Doly, Ans~tey, Dyson, Porteous, JMelvill, a Coghall ; Qcarter-mas~ter Psllon ; yr all: fataliwn, syr Is-gadhenjaid Pope, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For Hunting and R1ohigil Wear. BENSoNS SPIWiALLY-MADE WATCH, F W'EE iai SIL5 'gP GOLD. at ca Ia A eu _ _ 5 CD I-.1 M 00 00 KEYLESS HALF-CHRONOMETER BUNON'S "FIEP WATCHl The Hunting Editor of " TUEl FIELD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Iaith ' Siesneg, Hanesiaeth, a Daearvddiaeth-Mansell, H. r Li. Jones, Thomas. Roberts, Price, Ledwich, Evans; 2 Law fer-Frank Jones, Hodson, Robinson, Tudos ; a Drawiun-Byrue, FPiice. Yr oedd traethawd (essay), a H. LI. Jones, ac eicdo Thomas, ar bob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also made a most unjiustifi- able charge of perjury against Mr. Hodson, without being able to chew the least ground for it. The Court toid the defendatit, that hMr. Hodson the prosecutor, far from deserving abese at his hands ihad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the prisoner induced tno lads (C. B. Lasse, aged 16, an apprentice to Mr Spilsbury, jtnseller, in Poland street-rund Thos. Hodson, also 16, al tapprentice toa Mr Dickinsot, surgeon, in Wardour street) to accomptlsy hillt, by gifts of money, to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    poor Housholders, One Hundred Pounds, & c. Edward Rich , Mercer, one of the Sheriffs, 1442 . founded Alms-Houses at Hodson in Hertfordshire . Simon Eyre , Draper, Maior, 1346 . builded the Leaden-Hall , for a common Garner of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1830, 27 April 1830

    « on the Subject of Mr. Osbaldeston; by the Voters?" w By William Hodson and others." " You stated that Inquiries were made by William " Hodson and other Freemen respecting Mr. Osbaldeston?" " There were." « Will you state Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1830, 27 April 1830

    ^°18; Haydock, George, .€21; Evans, " Thomas, £5, £16; Uttley, John, £9 8s., .€11 ns,; " Lawrence, Thomas, .€21 ; Hodson, William, ,€21; " Watmough, Robert, jun. .€5, ^16; Nicholson, James think, were Freemen; and Buck was, but he died Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1830, 30 April 1830

    lately erected." Ordered, That William Baker, Samuel Hindley, George East Retford Paifreeman, Thomas Appleby, Samuel Buxton and William Election Bill, Hodson, be discharged from further Attendance on this discharged House on the Bill, intituled, te An Act to prevent Bribery Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    68. Hemsworth, Wm. 69. Hoult, Henry. 70. Hudson, Tho3. 71. Hodson, Wm. junr. 72. Hudson, Geo. 73. Hudson, John. 74. Haydock, Geo. 75. Hurst, Richd, Nottingham. 76. Hempsall, Thos. 77. Hodson, Wm. 78. Hoult, John. 79. Holliday, Tho*. 80. Johnson, Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1830, 3 May 1830

    Hutchinson, Jn°, Grjngby Hill. Hudson, The5, Retford. Hudson, Tho8, R. H's Son, Do.; dead since the Election. Hurst, Step. Staveley. Hodson, Wm, Retford. Hudson, Geo. Hudson, Jn°, Claworth. Hindley, Rd, Manchester. Haydock, Geo. Retford. Hurst, Richd, Nottingham. Hempsall, Thos, Little Subscribers-only content

 

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