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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Darlington

    Richard de Hadington, occ. 1344 William de Welton , coll. 1354, p.m. Hadington Robert de Hunmanby , occ. 1361 William Hoton , occ. 1398 William Hesel, occ. 1411 Stephen Austell, occ. 27 March, 1416 Richard Wytton, coll. 1428, p.r. Austell

    Hospitals Playden

    appointed 1393 22 John Bowetby, appointed 1395 23 John Sharpe , appointed 1396 24 Thomas Brygge, appointed 1397 25 John Hoton , appointed 1399, 26 exchanged 1400 John Deye, appointed 1400 27 Robert Kyng, nominated 22 February, 1401 28 John

    Hospitals St James , Westminster

    at what date John de Hoton was accused of the murder of a woman in the hospital, as the case might have determined the king to put an end to the abbot's authority there. Hoton was master in 1337 17

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Arden

    , 2 but in the royal confirmation Roger de Mowbray and not Peter de Hoton is named as the founder. 3 In 1290 Elizabeth domina de Hoton , widow of William de Carleton , confirmed to Margaret, then prioress, and

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Priory of Handale

    June 1313 , 21 resigned 4 May 1314 22 Mariota de Herle, succeeded 1314, 23 resigned 1318 24 Alice de Hoton , elected 1318, 25 resigned 1320 26 Agnes, elected 1320 27 Katherine de Gilling, occurs 1413, 28 1417 29

  • * British History Online *

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    Hutton Roof

    Adam de Hoton, Thomas de Hoton, Adam de Henecastre, Thomas le Waleys ( Walensis ), Robert son of Adam de Lupton, Adam de Melling, Richard Sturnel, Baldewyn de Hoton; Orig. at Sizergh. 1246 Thomas son of Robert de Hoton, tenant,

    Scalthwaiterigg, Hay, Hutton in the Hay and New Hutton

    issues of the lordship of Hoton in his yearly accounts. Robert Garnet was farmer of the park of Hoton at 8 yearly; Minister's accts. 1440 Richard Clyvedon, groom of the king's chamber, was farmer of Hoton park at 8 yearly;

    New Hutton

    Hoton, by bounds as stated. See Preston Patrick and C. and W. A. Soc. Trans . N.S. XIV, 55. 1256 Adam de Hoton appears against Patrick, son of Thomas in a plea of disseisin touching common of pasture in

    Preston Patrick

    Kendale which he held of the said Gilbert in Preston, Holme and Hoton, by these bounds: as the water of Roakerdale 3 falls into the water of Hoton, so ascending to the brook which runs from Surthwaite to the way

    Natland

    the brook of the gallows and so the whole field up to the way from Hoton . . . . to the bounds of Hoton and Stainton; see Sizergh, p. 130. 1190 1200 Gilbert, son of Roger Fitz-Reinfred confirmed to

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

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    CP.H.5364

    clerk Employment: vicar of Sheriff Hutton Location: Sheriff Hutton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sheriff Hutton (Sheriff Hoton,Hoton, Sherifhoton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Anthony Blanc [Blanch] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Sheriff Hutton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sheriff Hutton (Sheriff Hoton) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.E.3

    witness Details: male Participant: Richard son of Simon Role: witness Details: male Employment: forester Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): Hutton (Hoton) : undefined Cannot be precisely identified, so the spelling has simply been modernised. Participant: Osbert Role: witness Details: male;

    CP.G.1042

    given. Participant: Robert Pitt [Pitts; Pytts; Pyttes] Role: defendant Details: male; 25 Employment: servant to Roland Stanley Location: Hootonne (Hootonne, Hoton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: Roger Apthomas [Apthomas ] Role: witness Details: male; 24 Employment: domestic servant to Roland

    CP.H.5417

    Master of Arts (MA) Employment: vicar of Sheriff Hutton Location: Sheriff Hutton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sheriff Hutton (Sheriffe Hutton, Sherif Hoton,Hoton) : undefined Participant: Thomas Squire [Squire] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Blanc [Blanch] Role: defendant

    CP.E.203

    parish Participant: Richard Chambers [de le Chaumber; Chamber] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Location: Hutton Buscel (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Hutton Buscel (Hoton) : township Participant: RobertHell [de Heel; Hell] Role: witness Details: male; 40 Location: Hutton Buscel (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Hutton Buscel

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some of them, which did not seem to be of a very welcome nature; for instance, when the minister of Hoton was called over, his Lordship himself asked how ofien Divine service was performed P Once a yoear," wans the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Sharp, jun. Leaumington Priors, Warwickshire, reporter. J. Turner, Amwell street, Clerkenwell, lodging-bouse keeper. W. Swain, Hitchin. Mertfordashire,farmer... Mary Gill, Hoton, Leicestershire, farlier and grazier. B. Ridge, Exeter, out of business H. Marks, Kingi Lynn, Norfolk, jeweller. J.;. D. Oland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Bolton, Wolverhampton. INSOLVENTS (PETITIONERS). W. Padley, Kimberley, Nottinghamshire, beer seller. B. Ward, Lydney, Gloucestershire, out of business. Mary Gill, Hoton, Leicestershire, farmer. J. Lobley, Huddersfield, cloth dresser. G. Chappels, Huddersfield, stone mason. J. Parks, Trafalgar street, Walworth, traveller. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ho Otir 504~s tMiotars Root Is ForopolT ConoloetOr. Ploi nT I o rD's,. Soles-IIPIondap'. 31e Dossn atom Pie Winier- orl Hoton and L~ rs;Wonsie r Dean'; ~tald Mr 0'oioht. Tl~o Ioo Pt" irh'rhott'ons rod PMe Peso; Friday. Pie motostolPi Wt't' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lees qusatilty If preferrcd.-Applsy to John Abrahamn, 2'.orstbneii, sicar Birminghams. et L6 TOBTERN UILOHOUSE e hmebengtLt;asy &orli.A -e B atRone .Hoton auilcenses 8n, wilc tslrgee. CI6 as .Igsdu ob eto od nmg low-Apply, It Nou elltIester..13 9 TO LET-B3USITNESS PREMISES, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1759, 26 March 1759

    others : With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for dividing and " enclofing the Open and Common Fields of Hoton in the County of Leicefler, and all the Lands and Grounds " within the fame Fields;" to which they Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1759, 3 April 1759

    Refolved in the Affirmative. Epus. Elienf. Epos. Bath. fc? Wells. Epus. Litch. & Cov. Epus. Ceflrien. Epus. Bangor. Epus. Brißol. Hoton Com¬ mon, Bill. Ds. Cuftos Magni Sigilli. Dux Devon, Camerarius. Dux Argyll. Comes Huntingdon. Comes Stamford. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1759, 5 April 1759

    Glou- " ceßer." The Queftion was put, " pafs?" " Whether this Bill {hall It was Refolved in the Affirmative. Hoton Com- »ion Bin: Committees upon Private Biljs, fo far as that rhe Com¬ mittee, to whom the Bill, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1759, 2 June 1759

    in the County of Gloucefier:" " An Aft " for dividing and enclofing the Open and Common " Fields of Hoton, in the County of Leicefier, and all " the Lands and Grounds within the fame Fields :" " An Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1759, 2 June 1759

    the " County of Glouceßer" " 63. An Aft for dividing and enclofing the Open " and Common Fields of Hoton, in the County of Lti- " ceßer, and all the Lands and Grounds within the fame « Fields;" <c Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLENKINSOP, William, of Hillbeck, Westmld.

    Father and son may already by then have become embroiled in their quarrel with William Hoton, which resulted in yet another suit in Chancery. Hoton accused William Blenkinsop of inciting his son and Richard Wharton* to disrupt the county with

    ROCKLEY, Sir Robert (c.1340-c.1415), of Falthwaite, Yorks.

    1379, when he became a trustee of land in Flockton. Not long afterwards a local man mortgaged his manor of Hoton Lyvet near Maltby as security for a debt of £20 which he owed Rockley, evidently as part of a

 

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