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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Earls Colne Local government

    for the poor and for meetings, but in 1607 it was leased to a tenant. 51 It may have been Oldhall on Colne green, held by trustees for the poor in 1678 , which was converted into a workhouse in

    Parishes Hunsdon

    embattle the same.' 2 Oldhall is not known to have been in possession until February 1448 . He may have begun building directly after that date, but the house was apparently unfinished in 1453 , for Oldhall having forfeited, a

    Woodditton Manors and other estates

    Mary and her husband Edmund Oldhall (d. after 1412) 9 were succeeded by Edmund's son Sir William Oldhall . During his attainder 1452-5 his lands were held by Jasper Tudor , earl of Pembroke ; Oldhall died in 1460 attainted

    Parishes Eastwick

    him by Roger Spice . The latter, in Michaelmas 1447, sold the manor of Eastwick to William Oldhall , kt. 32 William Oldhall purchased the neighbouring manor of Hunsdon either at or about this date, and for nearly two hundred

    Colleges St Martin le Grand

    were found to hold good even against the king himself as the cases of William Caym 118 and Sir William Oldhall 119 in 1451 sufficiently proved, the abuses of the right of sanctuary were too notorious to be ignored any

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKER, Henry I (c.1608-81), of Oldhall, East Bergholt, Suff.

    I (c.1608-81), of Oldhall, East Bergholt, Suff. Constituency Dates Orford Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. 1645-d., Essex 1657-?Mar. 1660; commr. for assessment, Suff. 1648-9, Jan. 1660-80, Orford 1677-80, militia Suff. Mar. 1660; recorder, Orford 1669-d.; commr. for recusants, Suff.

    OLDHALL, Edmund (d.1417), of East Dereham and Little Fransham, Norf.

    as a witness to various conveyances, and in 1409 Oldhall assisted Morley’s son, Sir Robert, to complete the endowment of the college at Pontefract. When Lord Morley died intestate in 1416, Oldhall was appointed by Archbishop Chichele as an administrator

    BILNEY, John II, of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    BILNEY, John II, of Bishop's Lynn, Norf. Constituency Dates Bishop's Lynn Apr. 1414 Biography Bilney purchased his admission as a freeman of Bishop’s Lynn in 1402-3. He may have come from South Lynn as was later stated by his

    WENTWORTH, John (d.c.1417), of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    of the manor of Walsham, Suffolk, by Elizabeth, widow of Sir William Elmham*, may have been connected with it, for Oldhall and Ingoldisthorpe were both included among his co-feoffees.[footnote] Wentworth’s own properties in Lynn included a house purchased in 1405,

    HALYATE, William, of Bishop's Lynn and Gaywood, Norf.

    HALYATE, William, of Bishop's Lynn and Gaywood, Norf. Constituency Dates Bishop's Lynn Feb 1413 Bishop's Lynn May 1413 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Lynn Mich. 1393-4, 1398-9, 1400-1. Ofifces Held Collector of customs and subsidies, Lynn 21 Aug. 1408-Feb. 1410. Biography

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    Oldenburgh and Delmenhorst, John Count of, letter to, 4618. Oldering , Simon, justice for Yarmouth, 1145. Oldesheles , Northumb., 3732. Oldhall , Norf., 2118. Oliver , servant of Cardinal Wolsey, 3841. -, President, French commr. at Noyon, 2165; ambassador to

    Index of arms

    411. 467. (Q). 592. Nicoll , 246. Norris , 462. Noseworthy , 230. Nourse , 367. Nowell , 263. O. Oldhall , 103. Onyon , 339. Osbaldeston , 349. P. Page , 573. Pakeman , 305. Palmer , 99. (Q).

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    Henry Everyngham Manors of Staynburgh, Waddislay, and Worrall, and 60 messuages and 20 cottages with lands there and in Staynburghlawe, Oldhall, Royston Worsburdayle, Worsburgh, Ollerton, Owghtybryge, Barnyslay, Hylton, Dodworth, Lownd upon Wolde, and Asynby near Toplyff, also a third part

    Vintrie warde

    the sixt dayes. Sir Edmond Mulshew Knight, neare to Thomas Cokham Recorder of London, the Lady kyme , Sir William Oldhall knight, 1460. William Barnocke , Sir Iohn Yong Grocer, Mayor 1466, Agnes daughter to Sir Iohn Yong first married

    Index, O, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Oldenall , Thos., 1227. Oldenburg , Westphalia, 3239. Olderkirke , Calais, g. 1377 (18). Oldewith mill, Wales, g. 297 (8). Oldhall on the Borders, 278. Oldrand , council of, 3751. Oleariis , Octavian de, Albany's secretary, 785, 1094, 1095, 1096,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curious anri the inquisitive; there "he fought his battles o'er again," and told his numberless tales of wonderment.-Newry Exasniner. At Oldhall, near Paisley, on the lst inst., George Baird, Esq., the celebrated Renfrewshire agriculturist. At Rood Ashton, on the 1st Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Phillips's Warehouse, 17, College L:ne. For further information apply at the Offices of tie Company, No. SO, The Albany, Oldhall Strcot, Liverpool; or to 619 C. B. TRIPP asd Co., Brokers. 5 A M U E L M A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    possesslon wil h given. For terms and other information, apply to J. T. Raynes, Messrs. Rayses ulipton, nd Co., 41. Oldhall StIeet, Liverpool; to Mossrs }lll. *tonc, and Fletcher, L Cook Street, Liverpsool; or at the W orks, 793 C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Twelve Guineas. For Freight and Cabin Passage, apply to HENPlY LAFONE, 13, Tempest Hey; or to W. TAPSCOTT arid CO., Oldhall Streot, Liverpool. And for Bates of Passage to TAPSCOTT, SMIlTHf, and Co. St, Gcorge's Buildings, Regent Road, Liverpool. 157 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R OWLAND'S ISLAND G UA NO. H A valuable Phosphatie Guano, containing about 8I per cent, I'hooplatea.-W. Penballow, Importer. 39, Oldhall, Liverpool. G7 -LEN F I E L D S T A R H, USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY. The Subscribers-only content

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