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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Somerset Record Office Accumulations

    family of Hunstrete (Thring deposit) PR Parsons family of Misterton PT Earl Poulett of Hinton St. George PTR Proctor and Horden of Chard (solicitors) SAS Somerset Archaeological Society SB Sparks and Blake of Crewkerne (solicitors) SF Sanford family of Nynehead

    Hermitages

    afterwards 15 Geoffrey son of Richard (the second lord of Horden ) granted to St. Mary and the House of Yareshale (Yarehaluh) two oxgangs of land in his vill of Horden , with common of pasture and 13 'weihts' 16

    Parishes Elwick Hall

    services held by their father in Burntoft. 49 In 1400 the manor of Burntoft was held by the lady of Horden , i.e., Isabel widow of William de Claxton . 50 It followed the descent of Claxton (q.v.) till 1483,

    Parishes Greatham

    her dower. 61 William Claxton married as his second wife Isabel, daughter and heir of William Menevill and lady of Horden 62 (q.v). He seems to have been lying ill at Bordeaux in October 1379 when he bequeathed 18 marks

    Parishes Redmarshall

    Priory (Surt. Soc.), p. lxxxvi. Finchale Priory (Surt. Soc.), p. cxciii, & c. Ibid. p. cccxlv. For Lionel Claxton of Horden see Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxv, 135; xxxvi, App. i, 3. Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxvi, App. i, 41.

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

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    TRANS.CP.1696/2

    sentence Outcome: Date: 1696 - 1696 People & Places Participant: JamesRead [Reed] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Easington (Durham) Place(s): Horden (Hordon) : undefined Participant: JohnWolf [Woolfe] Role: appellate Details: male; Churchwarden of Easington Participant: ChristopherRobinson [Robinson] Role: appellate Details:

    TRANS.CP.1696/5

    sentence Outcome: Date: 1696 - 1696 People & Places Participant: RichardSwalwell [Swalwell] Role: appellant Details: male Location: Easington (Durham) Place(s): Horden (Hordon) : undefined Participant: JohnWolf [Woolfe] Role: appellate Details: male; Churchwarden of Easington Participant: ChristopherRobinson [Robinson] Role: appellate Details:

    CP.F.314

    George Lumley, knight. Location: Berwick Upon Tweed (Northumberland) Place(s): Berwick Upon Tweed (Berewicum) : township Location: Easington (Durham) Place(s): Horden(Horden) : undefined Location: Durham (Dunelm') : diocese Location: Northamptonshire Place(s): Northampton (Northampton) : undefined Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne (Novum

    TRANS.CP.1562/1

    (Ramsyde) : undefined Participant: Francis Busby [Busbye] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Place(s): Easington (Durham) Horden(Horden) : undefined Participant: Thomas Knighton [Knighton; Knyghton] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: St Giles (Durham)

    CP.G.1427

    - 2/12/1570 People & Places Participant: Richard Conyers [Conyers; Coniers] Role: plaintiff Details: male; gentleman Location: Easington (Durham) Place(s): Horden(Horden) : manor Easington (Easington, Easyngton) : ecclesiastical parish Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Participant: John Pilkington [Pilkinton; Pilkington; Pilkenton; Pylkington]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eharseters: Williom. Mr T. P. Cossebhis original character'; Mr W.ight, Mr I P Bedford, Mr Billiageo, Mdr C. Selby, Ste (Horden, Mr J. Biand. Mr P. Hall, doe, e iss Keeley. 9iss Arden, doe. To coseloie with the Screaming Farce Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refused, stating abything theg hay e would go to their families. ) ' ~A FARMER STABBED. Ar t farmer named Horden, residing near Tulltah:r, sKiong's Coanty, whie returning home on Wcdnesday niei I was acnosted near his own door by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jf. L. Dobson, S. Fawcett, H. Dixon;i J. Willi", E. J. Ransom, W. Crannage, J. Law, J. Hampton. W. 1'. Horden, S. Tovey, C. Allcocic, B. Ankrett, Bond, Pearce, Wont, Findon, Dr. Rodeo, El. Willie, Southall, J. Naylor, Jf. Chambers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would have lost the opportunity of taking from the workhouse of Chester-le-Street old Sir Thomas Conyers, the last baronet of Horden." THi HAPPIEsT OF' TimE HefviEaN.-At last the element of- feminine gentleness which underlay lthe rongh exterior of many a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laughter, by the firms, unhesitating ,manner in which he sustained all his Mr.Wyee, aosurveyor, was also of opinion that Dir, Horden head no valid ground of complaint, as that gentle. man would be moat amply protected by the provision: c Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TILLIOL, Sir Peter (1356-1435), of Scaleby, Cumb.

    in the palatinate of Durham. Her half-brother, Sir William Claxton, eventually succeeded to all her mother’s property in and around Horden, but she was still an heiress of note, who greatly augmented the wealth and influence of the Tilliols. In

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