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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Books, September 1708, 1-5, 01 September 1708-05 September 1708

    deceased. John Close as an inferior tidesman, London port loco Thomas Wood deceased. Hazard Withers as waiter & searcher at Keyhaven in Southampton port loco Peter Birkett deceased. David Morris as collector at Plymouth loco Peirson deceased. Joseph Sewell as

    Entry Book, August 1684, 25-30, 01 August 1684-31 August 1684

    the Customs Commissioners' memorial of the 19th inst. John Bath to be established as an assistant to the officer at Keyhaven, at 15 l. per an .; to keep a boat for the better guarding that place: as proposed ut

    Index of Subjects, S

    ), advice boat, 103, 416. Mountjoy , of Londonderry, 409. Newport , 103, 416. Nonsuch , 128. Norrington , of Keyhaven, 397. Nostra Seniora de Aranzasa , afterwards Ann and Hannah , 186. Nostra Senora de Bigonia , prize, 128.

    Index, K, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Andrew, 622. -, Christopher, Receiver of the Bailiwick of St. James's, 498, 521, 539, 549. -, Richard, a felon, 886. Keyhaven (Hants) , 199, 202. Kidwell , Mary, petty bounty to, 491. Kien , Jane, 126; Housekeeper and Wardrobe keeper

    Warrants etc., June 1699, 16-31, 16 June 1699-30 June 1699

    at Hurst in Cowes port, as reward, he having with great care and industry timely met the ship Norrington of Keyhaven, William Thomas master, laden with wine, linen and other French goods from Morlaix; and the Mary Ann of Lymington,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milford

    17th century this manor of Keyhaven was merged in that of Keyhaven and Letton ( vide infra ) and is with it now the property of Col. William Cornwallis-West . The manor of KEYHAVEN or KEYHAVEN and LETTON originated in

    The hundred of Christchurch Introduction INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF CHRISTCHURCH

    was known as the hundred of Christchurc h , which comprised the tithings of Boldre , Sway, Arnewood, Efford , Keyhaven , Milford , Hordle , Ashley , Chewton, Hinton , Avon , Sopley , Winkton , Burton , Bure,

    The borough of Southampton General historical account INDEX MAP to the TOWN and COUNTY of SOUTHAMPTON

    demised being Portsmouth , Hamble, Lymington , Scharprixa (on the east side of the Lymington river, south of Walhampton ), Keyhaven , and Redbridge . 281 In 1324 it was set forth that from Hurst to Langstone was within the


    of, see Victoria Mary Kent , Duke of, see Edward Augustus Kent , Ric., 190 Kenton , Francis, 121, 176 Keyhaven ( Hants ), 138 King , Capt. C., 215; Rob., 169 Kingston , Nic. of, 9 Kingston-on-Thames (Surr.), 7

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a sailor, twenty-one years of age, when w accompanying ilr. Augustus Hamilton, RNX., shooting plovers, on the Hampshire coast at Keyhaven, on Satur. 0 day, was asoidentally shot by that gentleman. The persons charged with having s~tolen sundry bales of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had lost considerably by the delay. That was about two months after lie had ordered the goods-Samuel Hayman Warren, of Keyhaven, Lyuuington, Hampshire, gave evidenoe as to forwarding to 16, Wearnas Street, a cheque valund 42e. 6d., as payment for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    among the large groups of widgeon, which is a very unusual occurrence. All the salt pans around Milford, Lyminglon, and Keyhaven, are thronged with plovers, sand pipers, and other birds of the "'tringse" family, which are literally murdered by wholesale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were beautifully decorated with and flags and flowers by the chief officer and men of the arid e coastguard station, Keyhaven. The villago of Milford co" se it e was gaily decorated, and the yacht Heather showed a ,ire e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wt r::O1rtAS ELLIS IsATES. i The bankrupt was dlescribed as a tavern-keeper, of Ken- U nington, and a fircner, of' Keyhaven, in Hampshiro. It appeared that he had been joint tenant, along with his son, . ot the Horns Tavern, Subscribers-only content

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