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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Worthies

    (see above) and lived at Rolls House . He was M.P. for Maldon 1780 and for Essex 1803- 12. Richard Hollingworth ( 1639-1701 ), Royalist pamphleteer, was Vicar of Chigwell 1690- 1701 . Samuel Howitt ( 1765 ?- 1822 ),

    Stondon Massey Church

    were separated during the restorations of 1850. 43 A gallery erected on the north side of the nave by Philip Hollingworth in 1825 was removed in 1850 . 44 The singers' pew at the west end of the nave was

    Stondon Massey Manor

    who had been a cousin of Miss Hollingworth . After the death of Miss Hollingworth Mrs. Meyer bought the manor from the executors, the purchase money being divided under the terms of Miss Hollingworth 's will among Mrs. Meyer 's

    Parishes Sharnbrook

    House . 121 He died in 1866 , but previous to that date, in 1854 , Colworth was sold to Hollingworth Magniac, who made it his residence until his death in 1867 , when it passed by will to his

    Parishes Woking

    1742 . He sold it to John Tickner about 1758, and from him it was purchased by Richard (? Philip) Hollingworth , who sold it to Sir Fletcher Norton , first Lord Grantley . 81 Lord Grantley 's Surrey estates

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 11 February 1642, 11 February 1642-11 February 1642

    ; to send him down Seven Hundred Weight of Gunpowder; and accordingly he sent down Four Hundred Pounds Weight by Hollingworth the Carrier, and Three Hundred Pounds Weight by Amery , the Carrier of Staffordshire ; and that he had

    Volume A 79, March 1643, 01 March 1643-31 March 1643

    42. Jos. Marsh, clerk to the Committee for Advance of Money, to Mr. Dallison. Request that Jacob Bonnamy and Art. Hollingworth, sent to Peterhouse by their warrant, for divers moneys in arrear, may be released. [ page . ] March Subscribers-only content

    Affairs of the East India Company, Minutes of evidence: list of witnesses

    to 30. Lloyd, Thomas Gore, Esq. Accountant General of The East India Company, 5 to 11. 31 to 34. Magniac, Hollingworth, Esq. Merchant, and Agent at Canton for Persons engaged in the Country Trade of India, 617 to 629. Mangles,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 20 July 1832, 20 July 1832-20 July 1832

    Richard Holmden Amphlett Clerk, The Reverend John Banks Hollingworth D. D. and Lydia his Wife, late Lydia Amphlett Spinster, but now deceased; Lydia Hollingworth an Infant, by the said John Banks Hollingworth her Father and next Friend; Samuel Woodfield Paul

    Index, H, I

    156, 168, 173. -, an embargo laid on all the ships in, 9. -, great naval preparations in, 156, 173. Hollingworth , John, 222. Holm [Stockholm ] , letters dated from, 23. Holstein , Adolph, Duke of, brother of the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Bounds and Limits.

    Dr. White Kennet , late Dean (now Lord Bishop) of Peterborough , was presented by the Impropriator: Dr. Rich . Hollingworth the then Incumbent, held it from the Crown; but after a long Suit at Law between the Queen and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Light Dragosns-Coroet and Acting Adjutant G. Glad stone, from the Cavalry Depot at Maidstone, to be Cornet, without purchase, vice Hollingworth. deceased, March 29. 4th Light Dragoons-A. G. .Brenchley, GCnt. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Surtees, whose appointment has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tI, R. and. J. Caldecott, Mdarn- chester, silt mercers-LeCember 13, J. Wood, iHeatbhfields, Yorkshire, woollen mantof ctarer-December 12, S. Oliver, Hollingworth, Cheshire, paper maker. CERTIFICATES, Dxc. S. G. Allison, Darlington, Dirliam, ship cvner-J. Knight, Preston, mercer-J. Boyd, Picadily, public rin-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 6, J. Southern, Birmingham, grocer-March S, F. Peters, Manchester, wioe and spirit merchant-Morris 1, T. Fawcett and S. Muir, Hollingworth, Cheshire, builders. CERTIFICATES, MARCHt 1. W. B. M'Pherson, Hoxton, victuailer-G. Z, White, Southamp- ton, builder-T. Martin, Pavement, Moorfields, victualler-W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kempthorne, John's; Galabin, Trinity, and Sutton, Christ's; Hewitt, John's, and Witt, Peter's; Shuckhburgh, Emmanuel, and Wood, Emmanuel; Crawley, Trinity, and Hollingworth, uing's-Se- cond Class; Sarby, Trinity; Casswell, Trinity Hall, and Ebden, Caims; Massie, John's; Miaccoll, Down; Argles, Trinity, and Lund, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pmlkirgton's Debonnaire agat Mr. Cbeadfs. Risia at- ally Mr. Corbats's Chancery agat Mir. Hutchitnaos de Trout, ' r Mr. Les's Hollingworth apt Mr. Bancroft s Biel. tlljj t my Mr. [Cooper ns Half-an dHalf apt Sir W. c. .A ate, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1830, 3 June 1830

    Toone Esquire, Walker East India " Johnstone, with the Title, Stile and Dignity of an Earl, Stevenson Davidson Esquire, and Hollingworth Maguire Comet '¦' accordingto the Date of the said James Earl of Annan- Esquire, do attend this House on Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    - -J Lloyd, Thomas Gore, Esq. Accountant General of The 1 East India Company, - - - - J Magniac, Hollingworth, Esq. Merchant, and Agent at ^ Canton for Persons engaged in the Country Trade > of India, ----- - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    That this Committee be adjourned 'till To-morrow One o'Clock. Die Veneris, 18° Junii 1830. The Lord President in the Chair. Hollingworth Magniac Esquire is called in, and examined as follows: You were an Agent at Canton, were you not I Subscribers-only content

    20 July 1832, 20 July 1832

    Reverend Richard Holmden Amphlett Clerk, The Reverend John Banks Hollingworth D.D. and Lydia his Wife, late Lydia Amphlett Spinster, but now deceased; Lydia Hollingworth an Infant, by the said John Banks Hollingworth her Father and next Friend ; Samuel Wood- Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1833, 1 March 1833

    do transmit Hollingworth D. D. and Lydia his Wife (late Lydia to the Clerk of the Crown in Ireland the said Resolution Amphlett Spinster, but now deceased,) Lydia Hollingworth, and Judgment. an Infant, by the said John Banks Hollingworth her Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.1145

    diocese Notes: farmer of tithes in Mottram Participant: Thomas Haworth [Hayworth; Hawoorthe] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Mottram (Cheshire) Place(s): Hollingworth (Hollins) : undefined Mottram (Mottram) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestram) : diocese Location: Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): Rochdale (Rochdale) :

 

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