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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bottisham Economic history Bottisham Fen c. 1677-1800

    with a wheelwright and 1-2 shoemakers, while there had been a tailor and a saddler until c . 1910. The Howletts ran a builders' business from the 1840s into the 1930s . 59 The four or more village shops often

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    the 20th century. Clock House , formerly the stable block of Hallingbury Place, 35 also dates from the 16th century. Howletts , in Hallingbury Street , is an early 17th-century house of three-roomed plan with minor additions at the back.

    Parishes Royston

    were the pantry and waiting offices of Prince Charles . The corner house at the Cross was called the ' Howletts ' and was held by the occupier of the ' Greyhound ' in 1539 . 94 Under James I

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    E., architect, 61, 210 Howes , Edw., 212, 213; Jas., noncf. minister, 109; Jos., 213 Howlands , Thame carriers, 184 Howletts , Thame coach-builders, 184 Howson , Revd. John, v. of Gt. Milton , later bp. of Oxf. and bp.

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    178, 233, pl . 7 Harps Fm ., 115 How Green Ho ., 115 How Green Moat Fm ., 116 Howletts , 116 Latchmore Cott ., 116 Lewismead (Lewys, Lewyns, Lewis 's), 115 Little Jenkins , 115, 121 Morleys ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GIPPS, George II (1783-1869), of Howletts, Ickham, Kent.

    II (1783-1869), of Howletts, Ickham, Kent. Constituency Dates Ripon 1807 131826 Ofifces Held Capt. Ashford regt. Kent militia 1809. Biography Gipps owed his seat for Ripon to his stepmother’s relationship to Elizabeth Sophia Lawrence, patroness of the borough. In the

    GIPPS, George (1783-1869), of Howletts, Ickham, Kent

    (1783-1869), of Howletts, Ickham, Kent Constituency Dates Ripon 1807 1826 Ofifces Held Capt. Ashford regt. Kent militia 1809. Biography At the 1820 general election Gipps was again returned for Ripon by Miss Elizabeth Sophia Lawrence, his stepmother's niece. A "frequent

    HALES, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt. (1666-1748), of Howletts, Bekesbourne, nr. Canterbury, Kent

    2nd Bt. (1666-1748), of Howletts, Bekesbourne, nr. Canterbury, Kent Constituency Dates Kent Feb 1701 1705 Canterbury 1715 1734 Canterbury 11 Apr. 1735 1741 Canterbury 23 Jan. 1746 1747 Ofifces Held Gent. of bedchamber to ld. lt. [I] ?Dec. 1685–7. Ofifces

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1676, 16-28, 01 February 1676-28 February 1676

    trees therein sufficient for the gating, stiling, cabining and staking the several coppices as follow, viz., Hartwell deer coppice in Howletts Walk in Salcey Forest and Shiplake and Stallage coppices in Hanger and Hazleborough walks in Whittlewood Forest : the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expected, would amount to some £4,000. A complaint had been re- ceived respecting the state of the road leading to Howletts. It appears sevsrairoadointhe vicinity baveynot beenrepaired since they were given up by the Cheltenhaam Tuerpike Trust, and there is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hiarley, manager to Meesrs. lsbinsoin, Son, and Co., Bristol, is stated to 1iave said," Next d(ay I went to Mr. Howletts, at Birfinghaom, where I saw a largo onantity of the property obtained by 1'itt from me." Allow me to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONl VACANT WH~rtb therneblyexlcersneed...A~l~, cisl reference, -Tr-ST5. Sectale lazer; ne ho astassist in warehouse -u-re £OTD. ensceliacely a good racticalMiliner. Execute II sa rdes wer ttuir&-VgtoiaHouase, West Brum- Vech. cOBS1 TE mr alsa o PrasinartAddess, 43C1, W AN TED. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    im. Vaughan and Co., ereckors was anuther dated I'ebrtary 5. e8'4, rut endorsed by prisoner aud Thomas J1. 'oo ?Kr. Howletts oid to hbe best of ihis belief onze men's were in the prisoner's hasndwricina. Air. Lorenre continuing) said he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Phil Herman delighted a large number with his clever character impersonations. St. John and Dwight continued their success, as did Howletts Royal Marionettes, which are so very interesting. Mr. Frank Leon and Miss Lizzie Kirk also contribute enjoyable items. THE Subscribers-only content

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