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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Littlemore

    , were successive purchasers of this big estate before Lincoln College acquired it. They included Thomas Cowley ; 164 the Hyes , who also had the old Smith estates; and the Dentons, successors perhaps of the de Louches or de

    Parishes Cowley

    free by 1318 . 318 Their property came to a kinsman from Gloucestershire who sold it; it went to the Hyes of Marston and Church Cowley , yeomen or gentlemen, whose family after two or three generations left only daughters.

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 13 December 1644, 13 December 1644-13 December 1644

    Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby Order and Ordain, That Mr. Charles Herle , Mr. Richard Herick , Mr. James Hyes , Mr. William Asheton , Mr. William Ward , Mr. Alexander Horrocks , Mr. Johnson of Ellenborough , Mr.

    Separate wills, 1542-43 (nos. 149-99)

    Saynt Myldret in Bredstrett within the Cety of London, bequeth my sowll to Allmygthey God my Maker and Redemer, to Hyes Blyssyd Mother the Vyrgyne Mary and to all the holy cumpany of hevyne, and my body to be beryde

    Index, H, I, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Eyttel Wolf. Hydon , Soms., ii. g. 1068 (27). Hydyllwolff. See Eyttell Wolff. Hyend. See Hynde. Hyer Yalborn. See Yalberton. Hyes , John, i. g. 620 (8). Hygens , John, i. g. 465 (83). Hyghame , Norf. See Heigham. Hygons

    Henry VIII, April 1545, 26-30, 01 April 1545-30 April 1545

    Mede, Marg. Stone, Alice Squerell, Ric. Ekynsale, John Gough, Thos. Parker, John Robson, Hen. Grey, Ric. Newland, Thos. Harryson, John Hyes, Joan Maynard, John Stacy, Rog. Gough, Jas Tomkyns alias Paynter, Miles Rigge, Edm. Bradshawe, Ric. Goodman, Thos. Redehede, Nic.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA LLANGEFNI. f D o -- t. 77 (Parkad o tvidal. 7). al ei bywyd cy- hewd hi ei huoan yn tyti sc yn ffarfio e fel y tyf y preM, I3 1n fi rw all!) gan 7en gr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For the Wyaliffe, Hill took fve wicket for the cost ofone rue. h elielife Winn 14 Hill , Hendrick 2, Hyes 2, Cl3r , Ba.k- th hoase 5, Alrey 1, Field 3, Barber 2. Horton (not out) 1, Binith 0, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shropshire. Climate healthy. --rc Iscaioal dvetags.Terms from £90 to £40. tincit. s~c -Asdr.,- Ils. Bel, 3, EsesethTerrace. Hlarrogatet Z70 Eas Hyes -Mrs. SCOTT Q00~s.etesnlmtednumerof OUG LADIES to liilA~ Sh isassste b Enlis an Foel re~rnmesesand PUBIJCATIOINS. _17-OOK0S FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very mercifuily, hut he still refused to make Any apolgyor ay nythng.He ftewarsosad I was a b-sled Ccoeexnrledby r. eojsst Hyes Iwast away from Bir' tht time I became a solicitor again, but was never off the rols.-Sejeant Hayes: Now, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L&W INTELLIGINCE. CURIOUS CASE OF DISPUTED WILL. [Last week we gave a brief summary of this Singar case. The following is a more detailed reporK.] COURT OF PROBATE, MAY 11, (Before Sir C. CreseUl and a Common Jurry.) BUTTEB Subscribers-only content

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