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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bladon Education

    only 42 in 1983 . 67 In 1904 a Scheme of the Charity Commissioners converted Peter Hopkins 's educational charity into the Peter Hopkins Educational Foundation; under a new Scheme of 1971 the foundation was allotted 37 shares in the

    Hendon Public services

    9. Hopkins , Hendon , 57; Mill Hill Hist. Soc., Add. Items 2. Hopkins , Hendon , 57. Kelly 's Dir. Mdx . ( 1890 ). Ibid. ( 1862 , 1866). Mdx. Monthly , ii ( 1953 ), 14. Hopkins

    Thurloxton Economic history

    stream north of the road to Clavelshay , 38 had a malt mill by 1765 and was let to the Hopkins family, 39 the tenants in 1838 . 40 It appears to have gone out of use by 1841 .

    Hendon Social life

    Hendon & Finchley Times , 30 Jan. 1925 , p. 6. Hopkins , Hendon , 55. St. Barts. Hosp., EO 8/2, ff. 213-15. Mdx. Quarterly , i. 18. Hopkins , Hendon , 90. Hendon & Finchley Times , 30 Jan.

    Bladon Charities for the poor

    Symons , by will proved 1638, £5; William Hopkins , by will proved in 1639 , £3 6 s . 8 d .; Henry Hopkins , by will proved 1643, £20; Mary Hopkins (d. 1649) £1 13 s . 4

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ysgotiaid yn Ysgot-. land. 0 Geneva y daeth yir ysbrydoliaeth a roddes fodolaeth i Psalmau Coverdal', a'r eiddo Sternhold a Hopkins yn y nai1l, a Psalmydd Knox yn y llall. 'Ac - wrth edrych ar gysylltiadau Prydain A'r Cyfandir.y pryd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lado0b, %Rtt,4zbTstaiW Y - V - U 10 - CYFARFODYDD M11SOL. th SIn GAr1mnYmDDxN.-Cynhauiwyd Cyfarfod Misol is Llanfynydd, Mai 19 a 20. Llywydd, Mr. Morgan Davies, Rhvblid, Myddfai. Am 3 o'r gloch y pryd- nawn cyntaf, yn y society Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, O., Hayes, W. A. (equal.) 16. Jones, E. W., Humphreys, R., and Jones, J. (equal.) 19. Edwards, J. 20. Hopkins, W. R. and Morgan, A. P. (equal.) 22. Davies, D. L. 23. James, E. W. 24. Jones, J. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Titley. Thomas Rees, John Ail~dosbartk.Jorles, David IlDdosbarth. - Williams, William 13. Lewis, John Williams, William T. -iosker, James WiydddaDs, ilamrt. Hopkins, David T ydydd Dosbarth. Williams, John S. Jones, Richard M. Williams, Owen D Williams, John A. HELYNTION Y LLAN-: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I- MARMWOLAETH £ CiLADDEDIGAETH- MR. JOHN HOPKINS, TRECYOON, ABERIDA. Dydd Ian, y l4eg cynfisol, yn nhy ei frawd, Mr. Thomas Hopkins, Whitcomb-atzeet, Aberdar, bu far W Mr. John Hopkins, Trecynon, yn 66 mlwyad oed, wedi bod yn gwasanaethu fel blaenor Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 20 Tower of LONDON. Wild Beasts here.

    Year; called a Bald Eagle , with a white Head and Neck. Two Swedish OWLS, of a great Bigness, called Hopkins . They were presented to K. Charles . CATS of the Mountains , Two: Walking continually backwards and forwards.

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Ward. St. Martin Orgars.

    Pickering , In this Parish Church of St. Martin's , in former times, were two Tenements in the Tenure of Hopkins and Beck , which were parcel of the Revenues of the Chauntry, called Pultney's Chauntry in St. Paul's Church

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Trinity, vid. Michael Queenhith St. Vedast St. Michael Quern Mr. Hopkins Mr. Crook 119 07 7 59 06 6 160 00 0 These were the Ninety Seven Parishes

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

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    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    and loue towards you. It had not bene so great a thyng for M. Hopkins to haue suffred as M. Hopkins, as it is for M. Hopkins also to suffer as M. Shiriffe. Oh happy day that you were made

    Queene Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    Richard Hopkins by M. Bradford, is this.¶ A letter to M. Richard Hopkins, then Shriefe of Couentry, and prisoner in the Fleete, for the faithfull and constant confessing of Gods holy Gospell.A letter of Master Bradford to Richard Hopkins prisoner

    Actes and Monumente of the Churche.

    to suffer affliction for the same.Not long after this, came vnto me M. William Brasburge, Katherin Phines, and Nicholas Hopkins.Nicholas Hopkins, who persuaded me all that they might to put in suerties for my forth comming and I shoulde bee

    Queene Mary. The appearance of M. Rob. Glouer Martyr before the bishop.

    same.M. Glouer coūselled to put in bondes.Not long after, came vnto me M. W. Brasbrige, M. C. Phinees, M. N. Hopkins, traueling with me to be dismissed vpon bondes. To whome my answere was (to my remembraunce) after this sorte:

    Q. Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Iohn Bradford, holy Martyr.

    Richard Hopkins by Maister Bradford, is this.¶ A letter to M. Richard Hopkins, then Shiriffe of Couentry, and prisoner in the Fleete, for the faythfull and constaunt confessing of Gods holy Gospell.A letter of M. Bradford to Richard Hopkins prisoner

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOPKINS, Thomas (aft.1641-1720), of the Middle Temple

    Duke of Shrewsbury, brought in one of the commissioners for transports as under-secretary, who swapped places with Hopkins. This arrangement did not satisfy Hopkins, and in 1697 he was reportedly touting his claim to a vacancy in the excise ‘for

    HOPKINS, Richard II (c.1641-1708), of Palace Yard, Earl Street, Coventry, Warws.

    When John Grobham Howe I charged Speaker Seymour with calling the House a company of curs, and cited Hopkins as a witness,Mr Hopkins said indeed he had heard the words, but he took them but as raillery, to which he

    HOPKINS, Richard (c.1641-1708), of Palace Yard, Earl Street, Coventry, Warws.

    leaving an opening for Thomas Hopkins. In subsequent elections he was active in forwarding his son Edward’s* candidature. Hopkins died on 1 Feb. 1708, aged 67, and was buried at Coventry. The monument which Edward Hopkins erected there describes him

    HOPKINS, John (d.1615), of Bristol.

    HOPKINS, John (d.1615), of Bristol. Constituency Dates Bristol 1601 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Bristol 1586-7, alderman 1600, mayor 1600-1; master, Bristol Merchant Venturers 1605-6. Biography Hopkins was a fishmonger whose business with Spain, Portugal, the Canaries and Madeira was hit by

    BOND HOPKINS, Benjamin (?1745-94), of Painshill Park, Surr.

    BOND HOPKINS, Benjamin (?1745-94), of Painshill Park, Surr. Constituency Dates Ilchester 1784 1790 Malmesbury 1790 30 Jan. 1794 Biography In 1772, when through the death of several intermediate branches of the Hopkins family[footnote] the inheritance from ‘Vulture’ Hopkins came to

 

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