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  • * British History Online * *

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    HornseyHORNSEY. Name and etymology . The name of this place has undergone a very material change. From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, public records call it Haringee, Haringhee, or Haringey. About Queen Elizabeth's time it was usually called

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 125, August 1578, 01 August 1578-31 August 1578

    August 1578 August 1578 August 12. Hornsey. 52. John Aylmer, Bishop of London, to Burghley. In behalf of S. Whythed, Nath. Traheron, and Wm. Trewlove, grandsons of Tho. Cawston, of Essex; to assist them in obtaining possession of the lands Subscribers-only content

    Friern Barnet

    Boundaries, situation, soil, & c . This parish lies within the liberties of Finsbury and Wenlacksbarn, and is bounded by Hornsey, Finchley, Edmonton, and Tottenham, in Middlesex, and East Barnet in Hertfordshire. The village lies near the road, at the

    Appendix, Further additions

    girth) it exactly resembles the print of a tree at Langley, which is there described. FARTHER ADDITIONS to VOLUME III. HORNSEY. Farther particulars relating to Highgate school . There is another charter of Queen Elizabeth 1 , of a date


    west of the northern road, and eight miles distant from London. The parish is bounded by Friarn Barnet, Hendon, and Hornsey in Middlesex; East Barnet, Chipping Barnet, and Totteridge in Hertfordshire. It contains about one thousand nine hundred and fifty

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

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    Long Riston (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Riston (Riston, Ryston) : township Unclear if Long Riston or Riston Carr is meant.Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Dorothy Chimney [Chymley; Chymney; Chimley; Chimnay; Chimlay] Alternate name: Dorothy Chieveley [Chyveney; Chiveley] Role: defendant


    Teill; Teale] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Grescroft [Grescroft; Grescroofte] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Hubbleday [Hubleday] Role: witness Details:


    Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 01/1690 - 01/1690 People & Places Participant: William Lamb [Lamb] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: Thomas Hutchinson [Hutchinson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish


    Date: 1675 - 1675 People & Places Participant: Robert Richardson [Richardson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Dorothy Barnes [Barnes] Role: defendant Details: female Location: Yorkshire, East Riding Place(s): Beverley (Beverley) :


    (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: farmer of tithes in Hornsea Participant: Robert Ross [Rosse] Role: defendant Details: male; armiger Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea (Hornsey) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hornsea (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Hornsea Beck (Hornsey Beck) :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Eaton, -a Syr John St- Aubyn (yr, Encilwr). Fel hyn daw pedar sedd yn Nhy y Gyffredin ynrw3g-Basginton. (Hampshire), Hornsey (Middlesex), Coveni- try, a St Ives (Cornwall). Nid ymddengys fod y Llywodraeth wedi bod yn fwy anhun- angar gyda Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A ab an MpthIutnol. Cvhoeddwyd canlyniad etholiad Spalding d ddydd Sadwrn. Yr oedd, mae'n debyg, mar sji0nedig i'r naill ochr ag ydoedd i'r llall, Yr( aeloc blaenorol oedd Mr. Finch-Hatton", d Ceidwadwr, yr hwn a ddychwelwyd yn 1885 ) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y eapel a'r adeiladau perthynol iddo. Adeiladydd yr Organ yw Mr. A. Kirkland, Holloway, a'r 'architect' yw Mn. John Owen (Trefriw gynt), 68, Ridge Road, Hornsey, N. Mae enwau y dynien hyn yn sir- wydd am Iwyddianlt an yr ancturiaeth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;.Plo VLVCA lN TE LLIG.~Iv CE . MISIS M'AVQY. 6On tbe veryeritaorninary powers ef percertian el rij dh thisyIoung female., we haye hitherto ivoitdtd i g a iir Alwasys soeptiodI, we. IearWe may aldl, Aheeu ven et its xmpropripty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and youo est son )f Gvn. To'nyn. On the 7th inst. at C(helsea, John Peter Roberdcan, EdS. On Wednesday, at Hornsey, aged 82, Mrs: Dauitvrs, etidw Jt the late John Danvers, Esq. Ont Wednesday, at the Cottage, Pettseers Cross, William, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AGLIONBY, Thomas (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx.

    (d.c.1584), of Hornsey, Mdx. Constituency Dates Beverley 1572 Biography If, as is likely, Aglionby was the son of the mint official Hugh Aglionby, he probably owed his return at Beverley to his kinsman Edward Aglionby† of Carlisle, who was joint

    HARINGTON, Edward (c.1526-c.1600), of Ridlington, Rutland.

    numerous bequests to relatives, appointed his nephew James executor and residuary legatee, and made his brother Robert Harington, rector of Hornsey, an overseer. The will was proved 13 Mar. 1602.Vis. Rutland (Harl. Soc. iii), 38; L. Inn Black Bk. i.

    GREY, Reginald or Reynold (d.1573), of Wrest, Beds.

    for permission to assume the title. He took his seat in the Lords in May 1572 and died intestate at Hornsey, Middlesex, 17 Mar. 1573, being buried at St. Giles, Cripplegate on 17 Apr. Mourners at the funeral included Bedford’s

    WHITE, Matthew (?1766-1840), of Crouch End, Hornsey, Mdx.

    of Crouch End, Hornsey, Mdx. Constituency Dates Hythe 1802 251806 Hythe 1812 251818 Ofifces Held Vol. London and Westminster light horse 1794-1807. Biography White was the son of a New York merchant, one of 39 loyalists attainted in 1779, who

    CAVENDISH, Richard (d.c.1601), of Trimley St. Martin, Suff. and of Nottinghamshire.

    £40 from the Exchequer instead. He died, presumably, in 1601, the year in which Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, erected in Hornsey church a monument to him graced by the inscription: ‘Dear to his prince, in English court admired, beloved of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 April 1819, 8 April 1819

    Purchase (for the Purposes of the Act next herein- " after mentioned) of certain Hereditaments in the " Parish of Hornsey, in the County of Middlesex, " belonging to the said Lord Bishop in Right of his " See; and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 5 January 1826

    805.—East Peckham; Tring; Mona- ghan County; Jireh Chapel, Southwark; Rev. Thomas William Dixon; Blandford Street Meeting House; St. Olave Southwark; Hornsey; Deaneries of Hitchin and Baldock; Barby; Manchester and Salford; Bury Street Chapel; Petitions— continued. Benthail; Darlington; Leyboisrne; Dunstable; Crown Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1828, 28 April 1828

    those Institutions, (on behalf of himself and his infant Son;) William Lucas departing in Principle from the Institutions before of Hornsey, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, (on adopted^and tending to change the Balance of Political behalf of himself and Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1833, 12 March 1833

    Petition do lie on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Rector, Church- Hornsey: wardens and other Inhabitants of the Parish of Saint Mary, Hornsey, in the County of Middlesex, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    ; Baptists, St. Albans; Park Chapel, Chelsea; St. Peters, St. Albans; Camberwell; Two from St. Olave's, Southwark ; Clapham ; Hornsey; Lamarsh and Little Maplestead; and Leven, 79. — Blackheath; Horseferry Road Chapel, West¬ minster ; Great Queen Street Chapel, Subscribers-only content

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

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    John Neal, Theft, 13/10/1680

    House of James Jones of the Parish of Hornsey on the eighteenth of July , and in the Company of eleven more, and stealing thence Goods to the Vallue of fifty pounds , he confessed the Robbery upon evidence, and

    Stephen Cornwall, Killing, 20/05/1681

    for killing one John Finch , near Hornsey in the County of Middlesex: the Circumstances sworn to in Court were, That the Prisoner having bought a parcel of Wood of the Deceased, which he coming to fetch, complained of his

    John Plat, Theft, 06/07/1681

    House of James Holms , in the Parish of Hornsey , in the Company of several others (some of which have been already Executed) and taking thence Plate, wearing Apparel, coined Silver, and broad peices of Gold, to the value

    John Belshar, Roger Massey, Elizabeth James, Elizabeth James, Violent Theft, Theft, 16/01/1684

    to be Convicted, were Indicted for two other Robberies on the High-way, in the Parish of Hornsey , and taking from William Helder , a Poulterers Man , Two Geldings, loaded with Turkies, Capons, Chickens, Larks, and other Fowls, being

    William Peirce, Theft, 03/09/1684

    price 5 l. from Edmond Prideaux , at Hornsey . The Matter against him appear'd; That William Peirce rode upon this Gelding to Gravesend, where setting him up at the Sign of the White-Hart, be agreed with the Inn keeper,


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