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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The later middle ages Admissions to freedom

    Hairster, roper, stringer 1 3 12 0.2 14 0.3 17 0.3 Hatter 2 8 0.2 7 0.1 3 20 0.3 Horner 8 0.2 7 0.1 4 8 0.1 Husband man 25 0.5 18 0.3 Jeweller 6 0.1 1 Labourer, &

    Parishes Podimore Milton

    (d. 1546) had settled Podimore in 1544 on his daughter Meriel, wife of John Horner (d. 1587). Meriel (d. 1547) 42 left an infant son Thomas Horner ( d. 1612) who was succeeded in the direct male line by Sir

    Dunnington

    Acc. 104 par./1. E.R.R.O., PR. 1. 3 rd Rep. Poor Law Com . 171. O.S. Map 6" ( 1853-4 edn.). Horner , Dunnington , 65. Census . Cur. Reg. R . viii. 183. Reg. Gray , p. 2. Percy Charty

    Tidenham including Lancaut Manors and other estates

    soon afterwards to John Horner ; Horner retained it in 1548 , but in 1561 Shakerley was attempting to regain the rectory from him, some doubt having occurred as to the term of years in Horner 's lease. 18 A

    Parishes Halse

    and in 1810 the Horner trustees added £200 to a parliamentary grant of £300. 175 In 1861 Queen Anne 's Bounty increased the endowment by £150 to meet a further benefaction of £200 from the Horner trustees. 176 The net

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HORNER, Francis (1778-1817), of 108 Great Russell Street, Mdx.

    8 Nov. 1809, ‘all except Horner inclined to talk very contemptuously of our political leaders. Horner is for doing nothing in the House of Commons this session-damns the people as rank Tories’.[footnote]On 1 Feb. 1810 Horner embarked on his most

    HORNER, Thomas (c.1547-1612), of Cloford, Som.

    the next year on his son, the MP’s father, on the occasion of his marriage. Sir John Horner was presumably elderly when Thomas Horner was elected to county seats in 1584 and 1586, but it is still a little surprising

    HORNER, George I (1605-77), of Cloford, Som.

    HORNER, George I (1605-77), of Cloford, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 2 Dec. 1645 2 June 1646 Somerset 13 July 1646 Somerset 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Som. 1647-8, Aug. 1660-74, militia 1648, Mar. 1660, j.p. 1648-?9, Mar. 1660-d.;

    HORNER, Thomas (1688-1741), of Mells, Som. and Melbury, Dorset.

    HORNER, Thomas (1688-1741), of Mells, Som. and Melbury, Dorset. Constituency Dates Somerset 1713 1715 Wells 1715 30 May 1716 Wells 27 June 1716 12 Apr. 1717 Somerset 1727 1741 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Som. 1711-12. Biography A Somerset squire, whose

    HORNER, George II (1646-1707), of Mells, Som.

    HORNER, George II (1646-1707), of Mells, Som. Constituency Dates Somerset 1685 Somerset 1689 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Som. 1673-80, 1689-90, j.p. 1675-Feb. 1688, Oct. 1688-d., lt.-col. of militia ft. by 1679, col. by 1681-?87, sheriff 1680-1, dep. lt.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gtoes o ran y syn. iadan ynddynt i lawer o olygiadanb Mr. Grote a, Max Muller. Cynwyaa yrchwwdiad 'i "'Dduavinyddiaeth Horner," "Promotheus gamth," a phyuciau ieithyddol, hanesyddol a llenyddol eraill. Cyflwvsir y gwaith i Mr. Gladstone, a chyhoeddir ef gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    g ya wedi myned ar ddifancoll, ac y buasai 0 Tyr Agamemnon wedi cyfarfod a'r un dynged 1 onibai dyfad Horner i anfarwoli ei goffad- S Ym- wriaeth. Ni ddarfu i hanes ein " Tadau" L ni gael ei gymeryd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NMr. Abraham, Great Marlborntnl-stree t. I T. 1. Laiecaftet, Cateatotu-street, merchtant. AttorttitMessrs. Steevxs and Co. Frederiek'sjslace,. Old -awre" 11Y. II. Horner, Leeds, merchanttI Attorney, Mr. Luttrell, Tert7P p~ace, iBlaekicfiar'-road V. TDrane, load-streetd Rke lilre, comont' -breweo Antirae t No.ssr>. t~Ir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sanne with the versiotsof Etttipides, of schius, of Soplocles, of 'l'lheocrilus, of Petrarch, &c. &c. and in many respects of Horner. Perhaps we could not give the reader a more brief yet complete specimen of tie 'way In lvhiich -bad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h licr rvmre to plays game at ptislh-pin on tile top of Sr-. Prul's, or if Mr. Brongham and r. Horner wvero to liy at cat's-cr adie on the top of the Ao iuini nt; or if the littkiegarden between Subscribers-only content

 

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