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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Greinton

    . 1530. 41 John Hyne , rector 1584-1624 , was in prison in 1590 , leaving the church unserved. The curate of Shapwick provided a Sunday service either very early or very late. In the 1600s Hyne was presented for

    Townships Upper Holker

    years' fine), and two bushels of oats for tithe corn. Other tenants held by similar rents. Among the surnames are Hyne , Fell of Glovercroft, Casson, Barwick , Burn , Greenhide, Sawrey (Salrey), Bloomer, Brockbank and Slater. Hugh Lancaster took

    The parish of Micheldever

    Philip was evidently a minor at the time of his father's death, for in 1280 John de Fraxino, called le Hyne , released all claim to the custody of Philip and his father's lands. 64 In 1304 a Robert de

    Index A-Z

    incl., inn., local govt., man., man. ho., mills, nonconf., Nythe (Thorni), poorho., pop., quarrying, rector, and see Bruce; Bysse; Foliano; Hyne rectory ho., Rom. rem., sch., tithes, trade and ind., Grene , John, vicar of Puriton , Grenville : Anna,

    Wincanton Wincanton in 1840 Wincanton in 1885

    to sell it to John Ewens . In the following year Ewens had licence to sell to Edward Hyne . 27 Hyne (d. 1611) settled Shalford in 1596 on his second son Edward (d. 1610) for his marriage. In 1611

  • * British History Online * *

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    XXVII, Foundation of Chaplaincy at the altar of St Kentigern (1460)

    de dicto orto Johannis Makmvlan tres solidos primi annui redditus; Item de nouo tenemento Dauid Hyne iacente in dicto vico, inter terram dicti Dauid Hyne ab austro et terram quam nunc inhabitat vxor Johannis Scot a borea, tresdecim solidos et

    Stainton

    (cancelled), Kytson, Robert Atkynson, Thomas Sall, Rychard Syll (cancelled), Wylliam Parke (cancelled) John Brygges, Leonard Jackson (cancelled), Gyffray Carter, Jervyc Hyne, Walter Cowper, Edmond Neylson, Edward Carter, Rychard Fletcher. Footmen without harness, but furnished with a byll or bow :

    State Papers, 1655, June (1 of 7), 01 June 1655-30 June 1655

    us out some, we were forced to retreat back (both men and beasts perishing through want thereof) to the river Hyne, some six miles from thence, where we endeavoured for two or three days to give our men some refreshment,

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 November 1691-31 December 1692

    de Huyberts , John Huyskyn , Cornelia H zsman , Jan. Hyde , Mr. Hyde Park ( see under London). Hyne , Hugh Hythe mayor of, letter to mayor and jurats of Hythe , West I. Ifeild , John Iligon Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, May 1699, 1-5, 01 May 1699-31 May 1699

    that robbed several ships there, and the memorial of John Clotworthy, master of a sloop that came hither from Jamaica. Hyne the Pyrat he informs of is a bloody villain, has murthered several men, and will give no quarter, they

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r ym hyn llelsf a amlygir ar air i'w gwoeuthur ye slln gn imwy nifeith ol er hyrwyddiad ei hameanion, Hyne a amlygwyd yn egler y flwyddyn ddiweddef, pan y golvgid mal dyinenal cael ymlbob sir, as Did yrnhob dosbartb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am danynt. Yr unig beth o bwys a wn; cthpwyd yn y cyfarfod cyntaf oedd rhoddi triniaeth 'r cof- nodion. Hyne a wnaed gyda mwy o wres, a lawer mwy o s% uwyr, nag a wneir mewn rtfai cyrghorau gwladol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of non lieu relating to the duel, which was rendered by the judge of instruction, does not necessarily relieve Lieut. Hyne from all risk of punishment.-Marshal Baraguay dHilliers, Superior Commandant of the Division of the West, arrived at Nantes last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HANLEY TOWN COUNCrL. A quarterly meeting of the iHanley Town Council was r held yesterday; the Mayor '(Mr. W; T. Waliey) in the e chair. -The $nuitary Committee, in their report. referred "I to the nuisance caused by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ending 19th July was 173,755. Total sines the opening, 1,336,952,. On Saturday evening, at about nine o'clock, Mr. Ii. IT. Hyne, hatter, of 128, Acre Lane, Brixtoim, put an end to his life by shooting himself with a revolver. Viscount Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Mare, 27/4/1558

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 205231 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Mare Forename John Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 27/4/1558 Office/Status Curate Location Hyne// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/9 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Christopherson, John/Chichester 1557- 1558 Comment

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