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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Forthampton Forthampton , c. 1750

    the death of Hopewell Hayward in 1766 his lands were divided between his sons William and Hopewell , 195 who two years later agreed to an exchange by which William conveyed to Hopewell the house where Hopewell lived, called the

    Parishes Moulsford

    . 97 The Rev. Deacon Morrell died in 1854 , and the estate passed to his great-nephew Hopewell Baker Morrell , whose son Hopewell James Shuldham Morrell succeeded to it. He died in 1906 , and in the following year

    The borough of Tewkesbury Churches

    lived in Tewkesbury ; he was suspected of owning prohibited books and of having doctrinal reasons for sending his sons, Hopewell and Help-on-High, to be educated in Edinburgh ; he was a non-communicant, and in 1639 was excommunicated and arrested.

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    (or Cox), Chrysagon, m. Chas. Hayward , 203; Eliz., 208; (or Cox), Hopewell (fl. before 1679), 203; (or Cox), Hopewell (d. 1722), 203; Hopewell (d. 1766), 203; Hopewell (fl. 1791), 203, 205; (or Cox), Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1620),

    Education

    ; juniors and infs. were transferred and the central sch. occupied temporary premises until a new building was ready in Hopewell Rd. in 1945 . Renamed Estcourt High Sch . it has since become a secondary sch. with a technical

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlhat -austry, The Sppniards did not even make a shoyw of resistance, thou4 the; place w-as obtained by treachery.: The Hopewell cutter, Capt. G;DALL, _Wio'7 been appoiinted Admiral Of Cu-8TcPrE'5, or tij, Haytiaus fleet, is arrived at Fasmoutb, frIum St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    received eat Lloyd's of the loss of the brig Hopewell, of Cork, which took place on Wednesday night, near the Naas Lights, about ten miles from Newport. It appears the Hopewell left Cork on Monday, and was making progress across Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and secure theinterest of the town of Barnet. That the Committee consist of Benjamin Smith, Esq. Mr Brunt Mlr John Hopewell Mr Spencer Mr George Bower Rev. Alexander Stuart Me James Hill Rev. John Dawson Thompson Mr James Cooper I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the meantifue new claimants appeared for the body in the friends of-Mr Pollard, of the firm of Pollard and Hopewell, army accoutrement makers, . Leadenball street, who had disappeared on the Wednesday previous. The body was indisputably proved to, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hordthampton buildings, Chancery laale -Id. Browtiett, Liherpool, merchant. [Corilthwaite, Loldonl-W. Atherton, Liverpool, merchant. [Avison and Pritt, Liverpool. hivuilezads.-Angust 3, 1.. Hopewell anld A. Thacker, Leadenhall stheot, citt, oootfitters-August 29, J. H. Sweet, Tonbrodge-wells, Ient, florist-August 31, i:. Gribbell anod It. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 April 1738, 25 April 1738

    January £|tb, a a " Copy of a Ihort State of the Captures of the Bri¬ gantine Two Sifiers, Brigantine Hopewell, and Two " Extract of a Letter from Mr. Keene, to the Duke other Ships, Part of the Salt Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Minutes subsequently to mv hearing the Shrieks of the Woman; and when I came up to a Cane Piece, on Hopewell Estate, I saw the Woman laid down, (indeed I am not certain whether I did not see Two Drivers Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Slaves have found Difficulty in standing upright after the Punishment had been inflicted Only in the Case alluded to on Hopewell Estate. Do you think that that was Pretence I do not; such a Period of Time had elapsed between Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    certain Know¬ ledge the Drivers have inflicted a greater Number than Eight, as in the Case of the Woman on Hopewell Estate. Can the Overseer exceed the Limit of Punishment prescribed by Law with little or no Risk of Detection, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    by when a Punishment has been so inflicted I saw it in the Case of a Woman laid down on Hopewell Estate; she was held, not pegged down, to the best of my Knowledge. Were not you at a great Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Samuel Adams, Theft, Theft, 26/02/1729

    . He was a 2d Time indicted for stealing 200 weight of Tobacco out of the Ship Hopewell , he being employed by the Merchants to work as a Cooper on Board, and fit the Hogsheads to be brought on

 

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