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  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1658, April (5 of 6), 01 April 1658-30 April 1658

    Mr. Graves, Mr. Nutt, two Elsicks, and in general all the eastern gent. were engaged, and one John Monke of Hurston, Mille's nephew; but for Beard, it is probable, that he was engaged to his uncle Mille, but this deponent

    Index, F - K

    93, 94 Huntley , Jordaine, 310 Hurst , Daniel Hust alias , [320 ] , 321 " , William, 29 Hurston , Augustine, 20 Hurstwood , co. Lancaster, 47, 133 Husband , wife to answer concerning the death of her,

    Henry VIII, May 1540, 21-31, 21 May 1540-31 May 1540

    parcel of the manor of Eglesden, Sussex, lands called Sir John's Lands and Barmestake in Pachyng and Brokemeade Torreys and Hurston meade in Wygenholt, Sussex, and the fishery in Wygenholt; all belonging to the late monastery of Syon, Midd. To

    Henry VIII, November 1540, 26-30, 26 November 1540-30 November 1540

    of Tortyngton, in tenure of Will. Penfelde. With all appurtenances in Ecclesdon, Est Angmeryng, West Angmeryng, Patchyng, Storyngton, Greteham, Wigenholte, Hurston, Pulborough, Pyperyng, Blakeherst, Lymster, Hadfolde, Billingherst, Slynfolde, Grene, and Hychingfelde, Sussex. Windsor Castle, 10 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII. Del.

    Henry VIII, April 1543, 26-30, 01 April 1543-30 April 1543

    to Catteley priory; to Thos. Dyconson. Westm., 24 April. Pat. p . 2, m . 20. 5. Roger Hurlton alias Hurston, of London, alias Rog. Hurleton of Chester. Pardon for the death of Ric. Whitehed, of London, clk., slain by

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HURSTON, Richard, of Devon.

    HURSTON, Richard, of Devon. Constituency Dates Ashburton 1407 Plympton Erle 1407 Biography Richard’s surname was derived from a hamlet by the river Boy on Dartmoor. In February 1407 he and his wife granted a lease of a messuage and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BONN, DErCmBER 24. Judgment has been pronounced in the affair of Mr. Macdonald. The defendants Baddeley, Rapp, Wash- ington, Rochfort, Hurston, and Oldfield, were ao- quitted. Perry, Anderson, Cumberland, and Drum. mond were fonud guilty, with extenuating oircum. stances, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    went downstairs feeling sad and depressed. I I noticed a stranger in the orchard," she remarked as she helped Miss Hurston to wash up the breakfast things. "Yes, he came last night. I hope he'll do the workl well." H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M'Gee, Robert Burns, Thomas Hogg, Joseph M Gladrigan, Thomas Swann, Thomas Hopper, Wim. C. AlPKay, Samuel Howard, Henry t2i'Kean, Edwd. Hurston, Robert M'Kean, Patridk Hurson, Thomas M'Keaver, John Hyde, James M'Renna, Francis MIKeown, James M$tillen, and Wm. M'Minn. His WonsUip, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defendants formed a part. He S- W, 1 tl;rown by any other persor that night. Tb li1.1, a man naneed Hurston. He heard ti l.i Littlo was assaulted some time ago, and lWur' was convicted. dir. REYNOLDS objected, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p..d . rm1 a111 dueli5 'I 12 II *t Luston .........e..arr. 112 12 2 10 I a101 5 I1 610o Hurston . i.. lop. I SI1j 7 15110 10 012 101 I 2 0 LirrieSt..arc. eI en a 4 6 Subscribers-only content

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