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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The seventeenth century Social and religious life

    In the decade preceding the civil war several prominent members o f the corporation were closely associated with Puritanism. Aldermen Hoyle , Breary, and Topham had links with Birchall and were members of the congregation at St. Martin's , Micklegate;

    Heyshott Heyshott Parish Church

    In the hamlet, and former tithing, of Hoyle , northeast of the village, are some stone houses, not apparently of great age. On the exact boundary of this parish and South Ambersham is Hoyle Manor 2 or, more correctly, Farm,

    The seventeenth century Politics and the Civil War

    in favour of Alderman Hoyle , the defeated candidate, in place of Savile. 72 The only other election to arouse excitement was that of November 1640 , when it was widely remarked that Aldermen Allanson and Hoyle had been chosen

    University College

    the Parliamentary Visitors. Thomas Walker , his namesake, Obadiah, and four other fellows refused to submit and were ejected. Joshua Hoyle , who had been a fellow of Trinity, Dublin , and Professor of Divinity there, was appointed Master on

    Parishes Shenley

    county in 1824 . 95 He sold it in 1832 to Henry Hoyle Oddie, 96 on whose death in 1847 the estate came to his eldest son, Henry Hoyle Oddie. He died in 1869 , 97 and Colney Park was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ea bachosi i'r achoq dirwestol, trwy 8-: ddygiad ymsith, Mr Hugh- Masor, Mr J B Goughb a at- Mr W Hoyle. A dd DOLGELLAU. did -. iw 'at Y BWBDD YSGOL.-Deallwn fod asie yn 0iel ai yf- wneyd gan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d f1is1, it ed, AMSER CYMDEITHASFAOEDPI OA IHYFARFODYDD MISOL- ua- I a lis- 7 Gymanfa Gyfredinol an 1888. to Merthyr5Tydvil, Mehefin 4, 5, a'r 6et. 7 Cymdeithasfcoedd:- Deheudir-Kidwelly, Hydref 3, 4, 5. Gogledd:-Llandudno, Tachwedd 8, 9, Cyfarfodydd Misot Aberteifi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. Party is the madness of many for the gain of a few. POPE. No. 736. THE VICE SOCIETY-RICH AND POOR. a Other vices debase mankind: hypocrisy alone perverts the habits, suspends the sympathies, and finally obliterates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Slater, Devonshire sq. Bishopsgate st. hatter. [Robinson, Wabrek. J. Satterthwaite, Tower street, wine-mnerchant. [Conway, Symond's ins. J. Eden, Wotton-underedge, scrivener. [Meredith, Bank chambers. 1'. Hoyle, Lee-Mill, Rossendale, Lancaster, woollen-manisfacturer. [Bever- ley, Temple. (G. Albot, Henley-in-mArdeia, Warwick, brickiujs.'.[ Walter, Synncna'5sian. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    open a barn at Heath5y Ditton, and stoe five sac.s o. Whreaf.- - A serions affray has taken place at Hoyle mill, near Barnsley. A few days ago, several persons, under instructions fi-om the legal holder, went dow:l to'Hoyle mill, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 November 1689, 8 November 1689

    in the Petition, amongft other Things, is luggefted : After hearing what could be faid by John Ayre, Sa- nuiell Hoyle, and Thomas Dade, at the Bar; it having not been made appear upon Oath, " That the Perfon ** Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1823, 18 April 1823

    Living in question " not to be in the said Henry Hoyle Oddie the younger; " and his Lordship did declare that the Bill of the said •* Henry Hoyle Oddie the younger should stand dismissed * out of the Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1825, 17 February 1825

    "That Oddie v. Sir " the Hearing of the Cause wherein Henry Hoyle Oddie R-J-Woocl- " the younger, by his Father and next Friend Henry e°recon!" " Hoyle Oddie the elder, is Appellant, and Sir Ralph " James Woodford Baronet, Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1825, 21 March 1825

    said Henry Hoyle Oddie the younger was made a " Party to the said Original Suit: That in or as of Hilary " Term in the Year 1820, Henry Hoyle Oddie the younger, " by the said Henry Hoyle Oddie Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1825, 17 June 1825

    Hoyle Oddie the ai., et e elder, is Appellant, and Sir Ralph James Woodford contra. Baronet, and others, are Respondents; and also the Cross Cause wherein John Lord Rendtesham is Appellant, and Henry Hoyle Oddie the younger, by Henry Subscribers-only content

 

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