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  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 09 May 1621, 09 May 1621-09 May 1621

    former Place, Hogan's Fine. L. 1a. An Act for the Declaring of the Uses of a Fine, levied by Ro. Hogan, his Majesty's Ward, during his Minority, and dying before his full Age; and for the Preventing of all Fines,

    East Indies, March 1577, 01 March 1577-31 March 1577

    Sir Wm. Wynter, Thos. Randolphe, G. Wynter, A. Jenkinson, London. Edmond Hogan, and Michael Lok, to the Privy Council, and other the Adventurers of the intended voyage to Cathay. According to their letters of the 17th present, with command to

    East Indies, May 1578, 01 May 1578-31 May 1578

    s .; Walsyngham, 182 l . 7 s .; Sir Thos. Gresham, 170 l .; Earl of Warwick and Edm. Hogan, 135 l . each; Lord Burghley, 100 l .; Sir Fras. Knollys, Philip Sydney, John Somers, Sec. Wilson, Sir

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 02 May 1604, 02 May 1604-02 May 1604

    Petition of the sa id William Hogan himself, to pay the principal Debt of Fifty Pounds, it was resolved and ordered by the Lords of this said Court of Parliament, that the said Wm. Hogan should enter into sufficient Bond,

    Errata

    for lost read wot. 60 16 for decided read deciding. 68 9 for [Qy. Hawkins ] read [Huggins i.e . Hogan ] . 95 10 from bottom, for Sir read Mr. 96 1 dele [? Genoa ] . 96 10

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Finmere

    the manor. 98 The remaining third of Finmere remained with the descendants of Elizabeth and Edmund Hogan for four generations. Her granddaughter Elizabeth Hogan married Sergeant Thomas Waller , who was in possession in 1667 . 99 Their daughter Dorothy

    Parishes Steeple Barton The Bartons, c. 1800

    rectory passed from Elizabeth Hogan to Thomas and Gresham Hogan , and to Elizabeth and Thomas Waller . 157 It presumably passed with the manor to John and Dorothy James , for in 1715 John and Hogan James sold to

    Parishes Sandford St. Martin Sandford St. Martin , c. 1770

    Steeple Barton , being divided in the early 17th century between Gresham Hogan , who held two thirds, and Gerard Croker , who held one third. 57 Hogan 's share passed with Steeple Barton to his daughter Elizabeth Waller and

    Parishes Chipstead

    John Bourchier ; and see in West Horsley . L. and P. Hen . VIII , v, 858. P.C.C. 10 Hogan . Court Rolls penes Lord Hylton . They were patrons of the living in 1552 . Manning and Bray

    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    the following P.C.C. wills: 46 Milles, 2 Moone , 18 Dogett, 19 Vox, 7 Ayloffe, 13 Maynwaryng, 33 Bodfelde, 31 Hogan . Pat. 2 Edw. VI , pt. iv, m. 27. Ibid. 3 Edw. VI , pt. iv, m. 17.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bur unfrydol. Y maent fel y canlyn :-(1.) Fod e Trysorfa y Genhadaeth Sirol i gael ei chryfhau, fod pob Hogan sydd yn eiddo y Cyfarfod Misol yn cael en talu iddi, ynghydag elw y Drysorfa., a gweddill yr holl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bod gweddill yn Ilaw y Trysorydd, a p~henderfynwyd rhoddi o honynt gyfryw swim ag a fyddo yn ddigon i dalu Hogan capel a tt5 capcl Talybont am y flwyddyn ddi- weddaf, ac hefyd gyflwyno 3p. i'r brawd ieuanc, Mr. L. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r derbyniadau yn 2919p. 16s. 83c. Wrth chwanegu at hyn yr arian mewn elaw yn ol y cvfrif diweddaf, y Hogan. &c., ceid cyian- svnm o 6492p. 9s. gic. Yr oedd yr oil o'r taliadau yn cyraedd I 2932p. 7s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henaduriaeth Trefaldwyn, 20p. 4s. 6c. Cyfan, 4013p. Os. 10c. Derbyniwyd yn ol 500p. a roddasid ar lg, a chafwyd mewn Hogan 503p. 4s. Sc., yn gwneyd cyfanswm o 12,230p. 3s. 7c. O'r swm yma rhoddwyd allan ar 16g 7050p. Talwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nen adael ar en hlsa, e symiun lied helaeth at yr aimcan hwn, a dw.yd ys. r benodol nrai y Hogan yn unig a iwriedld i'w treulo yu } y fftndd -ma, ni byddid yn tyr o dreftin lIlwyr i Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 May 1771, 7 May 1771

    A. 1771; And in the laft, againft Hogan is Plaintiff, and William Jacques is De* D IE Mercurii, 8° Maii 1771. REX. E. Chatham The Order of the Day being read for taking into hUi'and Wef- further Confideration the Caufe, Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1772, 27 January 1772

    Hogan againft of the faid Bill; and that Notice be given her of the fendant in a Writ of Error depending in this Houfe, Ja1ueä' faid Second Reading ; and that fhe be at Liberty to be wherein John Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1812, 1 May 1812

    on the 30th of " April 1748, for that Purpofe executed, by the faid " Purdon and Hogan : That the faid Edmond Hogan was " put into Pofleffion of the faid Lands, and died in 1760, " having devifed Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    Death to give " up some Ground he had lately taken. " They attacked the House of a Man named Hogan, (Barony of " Crannagh,) and cruelly beat him and his Son. The Barony of " Crannagh is disturbed. " Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    to the Government that both Murphy and Hogan might " be sent to Cork Gaol, where they would be secure, " which was not done. I applied then that Murphy and " Hogan might be bailed, if there were no Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOGAN (HUGGEN, HUGGINS), Thomas (by 1521-86), of East Bradenham, Norf.

    HOGAN (HUGGEN, HUGGINS), Thomas (by 1521-86), of East Bradenham, Norf. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1555 King's Lynn 1559 Thetford 1571 Ofifces Held Receiver, Exchequer, Hunts., Norf., Norwich ?1559-71; j.p. Norf. 1569-d.; sheriff 1585-d. Biography Thomas Hogan came from a prosperous

    HOGAN, Thomas (by 1521-86), East Bradenham, Norf.

    HOGAN, Thomas (by 1521-86), East Bradenham, Norf. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1555 King's Lynn 1559 Thetford 1571 Ofifces Held Provost marshal to army in Scotland 1559-60; receiver, Hunts., Norf., Norwich from ?1559-71; j.p. Norf. from 1569, sheriff Nov. 1585-d.

    HOGAN (HUGGEN, HUGGINS), William (by 1524-88 or later), of Hampton Court, Mdx.

    HOGAN (HUGGEN, HUGGINS), William (by 1524-88 or later), of Hampton Court, Mdx. Constituency Dates Horsham 1555 Ofifces Held Keeper of gardens and stills, Hampton Court honor Feb. 1561-June 1588. Biography William Hogan and his brothers Thomas and Anthony were among

 

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