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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Holt

    Parishes HoltHOLT Holte (xi cent.); Hoult (xvii cent.). The parish of Holt , containing nearly 1,999 acres, of which 661 are arable, 1,041 under permanent grass and 202 woodland, 1 covers a strip of land lying between Grimley Brook

    Medbourne NEVILL HOLT HILL

    granted land to William de Holt mentions Alexander the miller at Holt . 16 Bradley Priory owned a windmill at Holt which it had received at the time of its foundation. 17 PARISH ADMINISTRATION. Holt apparently relieved its own poor:

    Wisbech Subsidiary manors

    William Goodday . 43 In 1629 Thomas Holmes appears as tenant of 27 acres of pasture in Corners Holt . 44 Corners Holt was later vested in Thomas Swaine of Leverington . His grandson Spelman Swaine settled the freehold portion

    Alien houses Hospital of Great Thurlow

    the life custody of this hospital was transferred to Thomas Miltecombe; and yet again to John Beauchamp, alias John de Holt . 2 In May, 1385 , Robert Dovorr, king's clerk, obtained life wardenship of this hospital. 3 In the

    Townships Wuerdle and Wardle

    to Alan Holt , younger brother of Robert Holt the elder. Robert Holt 's will is printed in Piccope's Wills (Chet. Soc), ii, 14-16. In 1533 the herald recorded the arms of the family, but ' Robert Holt of Stubley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bwrdd Masnach. Bn Mr. Watkin Williams, A.S. yn anerch ei eth- ohwyr yn ystafell ysgol y Parch. E. Powell, yn Holt yr wythnos ddiwedaf. Yr nghwrs ei araeth, cy- feiriai Mr. Williams at ei ymuniad at Chyngrair Addysg, Birmingham, amcan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cymaint 6 arian at gynhaliaeth un pregethwir ; ieuanc nad yw a tn diben ei enwi ynyr yrgol yn . Holt, a hyny ar ol i'r cynorthwy od rth fyfyrwyr y Bala, gael ei dynu ymaith. Onid oedd y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Sabbath. Cyflwyn. wyd diolchgarwch gwresocaf y cyfarfod i'r Parch. E. Powell, Holt, am ei haelfrydedd yn aarbegn y Cyfun- deb a'r tir y saif capel ac ysgoldy Holt arno. Mesurai y tir, 644 o latheni. Yr oedd rhodd fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aeth cais am i'r sir hon gymer- b yd gofal yr achos En Runcorn, fel y gwnaethid o'r blaen yn Holt; barnyyd yn ddoethach peidio aydsyn. a io a'r cais, gan ei adab i ofal y Genhadaeth Gartrefol fel manan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SrTXEET, Twtbiil A Caernarfon. Ymofyner a Mr. John Davies, Swyddfa'rGoleuad, Caernarfon. Holt Academy, near Wrexham. TNTIMATION.-The next quarter at the above School will commence on Monday, April 4th. RaV. E. POWELL, Principal. ANGLESEY. TO BE, SOLD BY AUCTION BY M,. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLT, William II (d.1435/6), of Aston by Birmingham, Warws.

    manor, and in 1405 Holt had been formally bound over before the justices of assize to keep the peace towards him. Furthermore, Bagot was also seeking to regain ownership; and in May 1407 he and Holt entered into mutual recognizances

    HOLT, Stephen (d.1398), of Lewes, Suss.

    in wool.) Holt held office as customer in the ports of west Sussex (from Portsmouth to Winchelsea), for nearly ten years from 1382, in the course of which period he was twice returned to Parliament.[footnote]In January 1386 Holt and his

    HOLT, Thomas, of Canterbury, Kent.

    represented Canterbury, Holt appeared in Chancery as a mainpernor for James Peckham*, undertaking with others on pain of £1,000 that the former shire knight would keep the peace. In the following year Edmund Staplegate of Canterbury made Holt a custodian

    HOLT, Rowland (?1723-86), of Redgrave Hall, Suff.

    HOLT, Rowland (?1723-86), of Redgrave Hall, Suff. Constituency Dates Suffolk 20 Apr. 1759 1768 Suffolk 18 Dec. 1771 1780 Biography Holt’s great-uncle, Sir John Holt, L.C.J., purchased Redgrave Hall; the Holts were merchants and lawyers. Rowland Holt, when in Rome

    HOLT, Richard (c.1635-1710), of Nurstead House, nr. Petersfield, Hants.

    list of spring 1693 classed him as a Court supporter.[footnote]That summer Holt made a voyage to Holland, accompanying his charge, Peter Bettesworth*, and Charles Mompesson*. In the next session Holt was given ten days’ leave on 4 Jan. 1694, but

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1688, 22 January 1689

    at Weßminßer, That the Honourable William Mountague Efquire, Sir RoFt Atkins, Sir William Dol- bin, Sir Crefwell Levins, Sir Jo. Holt, Sir Edzvard Nevill, William Whitlock Efquire, Mr. George Bradbury, and Mr. William Peiyt, be, and are hereby, required to Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1689, 1 June 1689

    the Counfel for and againft the faid M irches of Wales. judges to at- Ordered, That the Lord Chief Juftice Holt and tend, about * TT .- ti t j affirming Mr. Juftice Dolben do attend this Houfe on Monday Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1689, 11 January 1690

    41 o Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A* 1689. of thofe Sums that make up the faid £.13230 over After having heard Counfel this Day at the Bar, forFouftt4»n and above the 5000^. on Sir Rob't. Holt's Mort- Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1690, 12 May 1690

    Regal Power and Government in the Queen, " without an A6t of Parliament ?" to The tlle Lol"d Ch'ef Juftice Holt WaS heard to ningthe this Queftion; and faid, " That he and Nine other King's Power t< Qf tfoc Subscribers-only content

    13 October 1690, 13 October 1690

    be, and are hereby, declared to be difcontinued, null, and void to all Intents Vol. XIV. The Lord Chief Juftice Holt faid, " That when it J«dg« op?- (e was put to them formerly, they were of Opinion, he j1'-^ns Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Hen. 8. The Martyrdome of Iohn Fryth, and Andrewe Hewet.

    Fleete streate, towarde Saint Dunstanes, he met with one William Holt, whiche was foreman with the kinges Taylor at that present, called mayster Malte: and being suspected by the same Holt, (which was a dissembling wretche) to be one that

    Actes and Monuments Of the Churche.

    vp Fletestreat towards S. Dunstanes, he met with one William Holt which was forman with the kinges tailor at that present being master Malte, and being suspected by the same Holt, whiche was a dissembling fellowe, to be one that

    K. Henry. 8. The Martyrdome of John Fryth, and Andrewe Hewet.

    into Fleetestreete towarde S. Dunstanes, hee met with one William Holt, which was foreman with the kinges tailor at that present, called M. Malte: and beyng suspected by the same Holt (whiche was a dissemblyng wretch) to be one that

    K. Henry. 8. The constant Martyrdome of Iohn Fryth, and John Hewet.

    Fleete streate, towarde Saint Dunstanes, he met with one William Holt, which was foreman with the kyngs Taylour at that present, called maister Malte: and beynge suspected by the same Holt, (which was a dissemblyng wretche) to be one that

    Queene Mary. Tenne Martyrs condemned and burned in Colchester.

    or no. Vnto which she answered, Yea. Then was she immediately (by Bowsels meanes the Scribe) deliuered vnto her vncle Holt, of the same towne of Colchester, to keep who caried her home vnto hys house: & shee being there,

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

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    TRANS.CP.1572/2

    TRANS.CP.1572/2 Reference:TRANS.CP.1572/2 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (matrimony - validty of marriage) Details:1 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome: Date: 20/7/1570 - 6/6/1572 People & Places Participant: Robert Randall [Ap Randle; Randle] Role: appellant Details: male

    CP.G.2540

    in Gresford Participant: John son of Richard, son of Thomas Role: defendant Details: male Location: Holt (Holte) : chapelry Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Holt Park (Holte Parke) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Wales : country

    TRANS.CP.1835/2

    country Place(s): Participant: Robert Maddock [Maddock] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Proctor Location: Denbigh : undefined County Place(s): DenbighHolt (Holt) : chapelry Location: Wales : undefined Place(s): WalesDenbigh : undefined County Location: Winchester (Winchester) : diocese Location: Wales :

    TRANS.CP.1833/2

    Employment: Proctor Location: Wales : country Place(s): WalesDenbigh : undefined CountyGervynfechan (Gervynfechan, Genyunfeehan) : undefined Wrexham (Wrexham) : undefined Holt(Holt) : ecclesiastical parish Worthenbury (Worthenbury) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wales : country Place(s): WalesFlint : undefined countyAlthrey Hall (Althrey

    CP.G.1567

    document.Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Lancashire Location: Arncliffe (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Arncliffe (Arnecliff) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Harewood (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Harewood (Harwood) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Holt(Holt, Holte) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Knaresborough (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Knaresborough (Knaresburghe) : town

 

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