Hayte, Hoyt/e Earliest English Records Found in England to date: Oct., 2008

 

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Canterbury Cathedral Archives: DEAN AND CHAPTER ARCHIVE [CCA-DCc-ChAnt/G - CCA-DCc-ChAnt/I]

 

DEAN AND CHAPTER ARCHIVE

Catalogue Ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt

Former Catalogue Ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt



Chartae Antiquae H - ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H

   
FILE - Articles - ref.  CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A  - date: nd [1292x1294]
      
hit[from Scope and ContentArticles of matters discovered during the visitation at Hollingbourne by Richard de Clyve, commissary of Canterbury sede vacante, and still undecided. Includes details of defects in the fabric and furnishings at the chapels of Hucking and Bredhurst and moral offences of William, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne, 'Dominus' Laurence, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne and John, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne with named women. Thomas, chaplain of Hollingbourne, is accused of farming the altar dues and exercising jurisdiction at Hollingbourne church (holding chapters there, hearing and deciding suits and making corrections). Executors of named individuals are accused of failing to administer the deceased's goods properly. William Hayt and Simon, formerly chaplains of Hollingbourne, are said to have consumed and carried away the goods of named individuals. No date. [Date: dates of the vacancy during which other visitations were carried out by Richard de Clyve - see CCA-DCc-VR/6-10.] Endorsed 'D'no R' Com'issar' Cantuar'' in late 13th cent hand.

 

 

 

Articles  CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A  nd [1292x1294]


Former reference: CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A


1 document


Parchment, 1m. filing hole towards top right, small (medieval?) hole to centre left, slits for sealing close, dirty



Related information: Related letter: CCA-DCc-SVSB/I/145/2


Contents:

Articles of matters discovered during the visitation at Hollingbourne by Richard de Clyve, commissary of Canterbury sede vacante, and still undecided. Includes details of defects in the fabric and furnishings at the chapels of Hucking and Bredhurst and moral offences of William, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne, 'Dominus' Laurence, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne and John, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne with named women. Thomas, chaplain of Hollingbourne, is accused of farming the altar dues and exercising jurisdiction at Hollingbourne church (holding chapters there, hearing and deciding suits and making corrections). Executors of named individuals are accused of failing to administer the deceased's goods properly. William Hayt and Simon, formerly chaplains of Hollingbourne, are said to have consumed and carried away the goods of named individuals. No date. [Date: dates of the vacancy during which other visitations were carried out by Richard de Clyve - see CCA-DCc-VR/6-10.] Endorsed 'D'no R' Com'issar' Cantuar'' in late 13th cent hand.

 

 

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Isle of Wight Record Office: The Oglander Collection [OG/A - OG/Z]

 

The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Isle of Wight Record Office

Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, 2001-2007

 

  CONTACT: Isle of Wight Record Office  

The Oglander Collection

Catalogue Ref. OG

Creator(s):
Oglander family of Nunwell, Brading, Isle of Wight


TITLE DEEDS

   SMALLBROOKE AND
PRESTON

      
FILE - Grant - ref.  OG/C/30  - date: April 1343
         
hit[from Scope and ContentWitness: Thomas le Vavaseour, Robert Doglondre, Robert Juel, John Moryn, John le Hayte, William le Vaux.

 

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Canterbury Cathedral Archives: DEAN AND CHAPTER ARCHIVE [CCA-DCc-ChAnt/G - CCA-DCc-ChAnt/I]

 

DEAN AND CHAPTER ARCHIVE

Catalogue Ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt

Former Catalogue Ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt



Chartae Antiquae H - ref. CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H

   
FILE - Articles - ref.  CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A  - date: nd [1292x1294]
      
hit[from Scope and ContentArticles of matters discovered during the visitation at Hollingbourne by Richard de Clyve, commissary of Canterbury sede vacante, and still undecided. Includes details of defects in the fabric and furnishings at the chapels of Hucking and Bredhurst and moral offences of William, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne, 'Dominus' Laurence, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne and John, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne with named women. Thomas, chaplain of Hollingbourne, is accused of farming the altar dues and exercising jurisdiction at Hollingbourne church (holding chapters there, hearing and deciding suits and making corrections). Executors of named individuals are accused of failing to administer the deceased's goods properly. William Hayt and Simon, formerly chaplains of Hollingbourne, are said to have consumed and carried away the goods of named individuals. No date. [Date: dates of the vacancy during which other visitations were carried out by Richard de Clyve - see CCA-DCc-VR/6-10.] Endorsed 'D'no R' Com'issar' Cantuar'' in late 13th cent hand.

 

 

 

Articles  CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A  nd [1292x1294]


Former reference: CCA-DCc-ChAnt/H/67A


1 document


Parchment, 1m. filing hole towards top right, small (medieval?) hole to centre left, slits for sealing close, dirty



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Contents:

Articles of matters discovered during the visitation at Hollingbourne by Richard de Clyve, commissary of Canterbury sede vacante, and still undecided. Includes details of defects in the fabric and furnishings at the chapels of Hucking and Bredhurst and moral offences of William, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne, 'Dominus' Laurence, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne and John, formerly chaplain of Hollingbourne with named women. Thomas, chaplain of Hollingbourne, is accused of farming the altar dues and exercising jurisdiction at Hollingbourne church (holding chapters there, hearing and deciding suits and making corrections). Executors of named individuals are accused of failing to administer the deceased's goods properly. William Hayt and Simon, formerly chaplains of Hollingbourne, are said to have consumed and carried away the goods of named individuals. No date. [Date: dates of the vacancy during which other visitations were carried out by Richard de Clyve - see CCA-DCc-VR/6-10.] Endorsed 'D'no R' Com'issar' Cantuar'' in late 13th cent hand.

 

 

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Somerset Archive and Record Service: Curry Rivel Parish

CURRY RIVEL PARISH

Catalogue Ref. D\P\cur.r

Creator(s):
Church of England, Curry Rivel Parish, Somerset


FAMILY ESTATE RECORDS - ref. D\P\cur.r/24
   hit
[from Scope and ContentDeeds and leases relating to property mainly in Curry Rivel involving the Jennings, Palfry, Hoyte, Pynsent and Pitt families. They were deposited with the Curry Rivel parish records and had been kept in the church at least since 1914 when the Revd. G.W. Saunders arranged and listed them (see D\P\cur.r/24/29).

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL deeds - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/11  - date: 1566-1729
      
hit[from Scope and ContentTen. (17a) occ. in 1566 by Agnes Sherrin (manor of Curry Rivel). Feoffment of copyhold ten. 1566; marriage settlement of Mary Andrews, and Wm. Hoyte, both of Curry Rivel, 1729

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL deeds - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/12  - date: 1700-1772
      
hit[from Scope and ContentMess. in Water Street and named fields (29a.). Leasehold assigned in marriage settlement of Wm. Hoyte jun. of Curry Rivel and Dinah Langfield of Montacute, 1700. 24a. occ. Widow Worthy acquired by Hoyte from Lord Clinton, 1736. Deed of 1703 4a. occ. Robt. Worthy; deed of 1736 of mess. occ. Wm. Coate by Lord Clinton to Wm. Hoyte

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL deeds - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/13  - date: 1714-1732
      
hit[from Scope and ContentLittle field and Broad Rod (Wood) (Wm. Hoyte)

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL deeds - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/14(a)  - date: 1803-1831
      
hit[from Scope and ContentUnspecified land (Collins, Reeks and Hoyte)

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL deeds - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/17  - date: 1733-1801
      
hit[from Scope and ContentExchanges of lands: part of Townsend betw. Ilett and Hoyte, 1733; parts of 15 acres, Little Elms and Westfield betw. Powell and Hoyte, 1770; part of Hither Westfield betw. Countess of Chatham and Uttermare, 1789; beast leazes in Lower Binditch betw. Sharrock and Countess of Chatham, 1789; parts of Ilms betw. Alford and Countess of Chatham, 1801

   
FILE - CURRY RIVEL leases (yrs. & lives) - ref.  D\P\cur.r/24/20  - date: 1647-1820
      
hit[from Scope and ContentSherings Cote, by Pulman to Worthy, 1647; Sherings Cote and ten. in Wiltown (assignment of term of years and lease for 'years and lives), by Tilly to Hillard, 1820; Broad Road (coppice), by Welsh to Hoyte, 1711; Park Corner al. Park Wall (plot) by Jennings to Thyer (with counterpart), 1715; 2 acres in Curry Mead, by Rolle to Andrew, 1721

 

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Somerset Archive and Record Service: Miscellaneous Somerset deeds, etc.

 

MISCELLANEOUS SOMERSET DEEDS, ETC

Catalogue Ref. DD\BR\wr


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FILE - LYNG deeds - ref.  DD\BR\wr/15  - date: 1751/2
   
hit[from Scope and ContentFine re. messuage and land in West Lyng, Thomas Merriott, gent., and William Hoyte, plaintiffs, George and Anne Gill, deforciants.

 

 

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Coventry Archives: The Drapers' Company

Drapers' Company records

Catalogue Ref. PA 99

Creator(s):
Drapers' Company, Coventry
Fellowship of Drapers: Additional Archives

   Property and Estates

      Deeds, etc., of Gosford Street, Jordan Well Street, Mill Lane, Spon End, Hill Close, Hill Cross, Stoke, Hearsall and Birmingham, Warws.

         
FILE - Deed of settlement to vest an estate in fee simple by conveyance [lease and release (lease for 10 months only)] from; John Barker, esq. late alderman and draper of Coventry, Thomas Love and Samuel Snell, aldermen and drapers of Coventry and Anthony Baker, draper of Coventry, all feofees of the estates of the Drapers' Company to the Drapers' Company of (1) a messuage on the South side of Gosford Street within Gosford Gate with a piece of ground occupied by Thomas Taylor, boundaries extending from the street to Whitefriars Wall, Whitefriars Lane; West, land formerly held by John Cox, gent., now by Humfrey Smalwood; East, land of the Drapers' Company (2) a messuage on the North side of Jordan Well Street, occupied by Robert Parker, cloth worker, formerly occupied by William Barwick, boundaries; West, the land of [ ] Lither of Sowe, formerly of [ ] Steevens; East, land of John Clifton, baker, formerly of Richard Parker (3) three cottages on the East side of Mill Lane, with an adjoining plot used as a tenter yard, extending from the gardens of the cottages to a French Wall, all of which property was formerly leased to Samuel Myles, late of Coventry alderman and is now occupied by John Gilbert, Thomas French and Richard Hickes, boundaries; South, land of Thomas Potter, formerly of John Gilbert; North by land of the Mercers' Company, formerly occupied by John Hoyt, now by Edward Fairbrother (4) a messuage outside Spon-bars, with a croft or meadow adjoining its garden and seven tenements lying together outside Spon-bars, adjoining the messuage, which property is leased to Edward Love of Coventry, draper and occupied by Edward Craddock, Edward Johnson, William Knibbs, Thomas Village and Thomas Eliar, and formerly by Richard Murdock, boundaries; North, Spon Brook; North and West, land of Mr Milward, occupied by [ ] formerly by Humfrey Wilson (5) a close or pasture called Hill Close occupied by Thomas Burberry, previously by John Potter, lying outside Bishop Gate near St. Nicholas Street, leased to Matthew Babington and Richard Hopkins, previously to the late Thomas Saunders, grazier, boundaries; East, the Nuneaton Causeway; North, land of Matthew Smythe; West, land of the Weavers' Company; South, land of the parish of Holy Trinity (6) a piece of ground lying outside Well Street gate, occupied by Thomas Waryn, etc., formerly by Samuel Myles, alderman, of Coventry, deceased, and Thomas Village. Lies to the South West of Well Street, boundaries; West, land of Richard Murdock; East, land of William Stitt; South, the Town Ditch, this land being the site of a house occupied by Benjamin Lawton (7) the Shoulder of Mutton Close, Hill Cross, outside Bishop Street Gate, occupied by William Mosse, innholder, boundaries; East, Radford Road; North, a lane; West, Hill Mill Meadow; South, land occupied by Edmund Biddell and Francis Wright. (8) a close called the Stripe at Jeffrey Woods Cross, in the Country of the City of Coventry, occupied by Samuel Snell and by James Nailor, Alderman and draper of Coventry (9) a grove, wood or coppice called Symons Grove in Keresley in the Country of the City of Coventry, occupied by Samuel Snell (10) a messuage or tenement called Biggin Hall, with buildings, gardens, grass plots, etc., in Stoke in the Country of the City of Coventry with closes called; Sandpits Close, Woodcroft, Cley Closes, Dovehouse Field, a cottage on the West side of the Church Field, with pingle, a newly erected tenement in Church Field, Stoke, with barns, etc., (11) two messuages in Birdingbury, Warws, (12) a close divided into two parts called Hearsall Close or Hearsall Field in the County of the City of Coventry - ref.  PA 1573/58/1  - date: 25 April 1662

(COVENTRY is North & is in mid-England, a far cry from the John & Simon Hoyt/es of Western England of Somersetshire. (jehoyt)

 

Somerset Quarter Sessions

Catalogue Ref. Q

Creator(s):
Somerset Quarter Sessions, c 1350-1971


The Court in Session

   PETITIONS - ref. Q\Spet

      From individuals and parishes addressed to the justices in Sessions and relating to a variety of subjects including; rates tippling licences, punishment of persons ill-affected towards the Commonwealth, debt, removal of parish officers, etc.

         
FILE - Sessions. JPs. Crewkerne - ref.  Q\SPET/1/34  - date: 26 April 1647
            
hit[from Scope and ContentBenjamin HAYT of Crewkerne declares that he discharges Alfons SIBLEY and William TAYLER, both of Crewkerne, from all differences between them.

 

 

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Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch: Blois Family Archives

Blois Family Archives

Catalogue Ref. HA30

Creator(s):
Blois family, baronets, of Cockfield Hall, Suffolk


BLOIS FAMILY records

   Local and Official

      
Blois manorial records

         YOXFORD.

            Rentals.

               
FILE - Rental of Sir John de Norwich, kt., for his manor of Cockfield made 32 Edward III by John Bakere, John Hayt, and others, free and bond tenants of the manor. - ref.  HA30/314/8  - date: (1358-9)

 

 

 

Wiltshire and Swindon Archives: Heytesbury Hospital

HEYTESBURY HOSPITAL

Catalogue Ref. 251

Creator(s):
Heytesbury Hospital, Wiltshire


Concerning Law Suits, Statutes and Administration

   
FILE  [no title] - ref.  251/30  - date: 1845
      
hit[from Scope and ContentTwo documents: (1) "The Second Schedule, Deeds & Papers appended to Answer of the Dean & Chapter & Custos."; (2) "Minutes of Decree on the Hearing. Atty. Genl. in Hayt. Hosp."

 

 

Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch: The Iveagh (Phillipps) Suffolk Manuscripts [HD 1538/348 - HD 1538/441]

 

The Iveagh (Phillipps) Suffolk Manuscripts

Catalogue Ref. HD 1538

Creator(s):
Cornwallis family, Marquesses Cornwallis
Phillipps, Sir, Thomas, 1792-1872, 1st baronet, antiquary and bibliophile


WORTHAM - ref. HD 1538/437

   
FILE - Evidences of title - ref.  HD 1538/437/1-70  - date: 13c.-1449
      
item: Feoffment - ref.  HD 1538/437/3  - date: n.d.[?mid 13c.]
         
hit[from Scope and ContentFor homage and service, and fine of 5 marks 6s. of silver, (1) to (2), messuage in Wurtham [Wortham] which William Langus held of (1), lying between messuage of Richard Hayt on E. and messuage of Thomas Hingold on W., extending from highway called Fenstrete to marsh of Brisingham on N.; arable land (5a.) which W.L. held of (1) in same town, whereof 3a. lie opposite said messuage, between land of T.H. and land of R.H., 1 head abutting S. on land of Wymer de Shlich, 1a. in same field between land of Water Cole and head of croft of William the smith, W.C. and Peter Marescall, 1r. in field called Westfeld, between land of Walter Pecke and land of Andrew Wymer, 1r. at head of croft formerly William Crattefeld's lying between land formerly William Crattefeld's and land of William the smith, and 1r. at Hesynheth between land of W.S. and land of Reginald Hayt, 1 head abutting on wood called Westwude; to hold of (1) and heirs (proviso against grants to religious houses and Jews), paying 13d. annually (3d. at feasts of St Michael, St Andrew, Easter and St John the Baptist), 2d. in 40s. King's scutage when it occurs, 1d. annually towards castleguard of Bukestune [Buxton (Nf.)], and 2 suits annually at (1)'s court of Wurtham, viz. at next courts after feasts of St Michael and Easter, for all secular demands. Warranty clause. Witnesses: William de Braham now rector of Wurtham church, John de Melthune now steward, Roger Brithon', Martin Brithon', John Le Waleys, Theobald de Rendham, Edmund de Nereforth, Robert Peyteuin, Bette Gaugi, William de Kipenham, Richard de Painfeld now serjeant (serviens) of Wurtham, Jocelyn son of the priest, Robert de Boostede and many others.
      
item: Feoffment - ref.  HD 1538/437/57  - date: 27 Jan 1354
         
hit[from Scope and Content(1) to (2), arable land (1a.) with dykes, lying in Wortham in field called Pislescroft, between land of William de Skernyg on E. and (2)'s land on W., 1 head abutting S. on land of John Fraunceys, other head abutting N. on messuage of Edmund le Loord; to hold of chief lords of fee by accustomed services. Warranty clause. Witnesses: Richard Ingald, Roger dil Stizle, John Cristemesse, William de Skernyng', Robert le Loord, Edmund le Loord, Robert Hayt and others. Given at Wortham, Monday after feast of Conversion of St Paul, 28 Edw.III.

 

 

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Centre for Kentish Studies: Kent Quarter Sessions [QM/Jc - QM/SRo]

 

Kent Quarter Sessions

Catalogue Ref. Q

Creator(s):
Canterbury Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Maidstone Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Kent Court of Quarter Sessions, 1797-1814
Kent Court of Annual General Session, 1814-1971


West Kent Quarter Sessions Records

   Sessions Papers - ref. QM/SB

      
FILE - Lord Cobham to Justinian Champneis ordering the release of John Richbell and John Hayt arrested for hunting in Eltham Park. - ref.  QM/SB/30A  - date: 28 March 1594

 

 

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East Sussex Record Office: Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue J

 

Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue J

Catalogue Ref. AMSJ

Creator(s):
East Sussex Record Office


Deeds

   Hawkhurst

      
FILE - Conveyance - ref.  AMS5689/9  - date: 26 Aug 1528
         
hit[from Scope and ContentJames Wenar of Hawkhurst son of John W to William Hayt of Robertsbridge and Richard Sharp, to W H's use

 

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Devon Record Office: Shelley of Shobrooke [Z1/17/1 - Z1/31/16]

 

SHELLEY OF SHOBROOKE

Catalogue Ref. Z1

Creator(s):
Shelley family of
Shobrooke Park, Crediton, Devon


FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/1/28  - date: 8 January 1628/9 4 Charles I
   
hit[from Scope and Content1/3 part in a messuage and tenement with appurtenances in the parish of Sowton then in the tenure of George Leach and 1/3 part of all messuages etc. in the tenures of Anthony Hyll, Thomas Hoyte, George Lydingham, John Vynnecomb and [blank] Langdon, within the City of Exeter.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/1/30  - date: 20 November 1632
   
hit[from Scope and Content1/3 part in messuage in the parish of Sowton late in the occupation of George Leach and 1/3 part of all those messuages in Exeter in the occupation of Anthony Hill, Thomas Hoyte, George Lindginham, John Venicomb and John Langdon.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/1/31  - date: 3 July 1632
   
hit[from Scope and Content1/3 part of messuage in the parish of Sowton late in the occupation of George Leach and 1/3 part of all messuages in Exeter in the occupations of Anthony Hill, Thomas Hoyte, George Lindingham, John Venicomb, and John Langdon.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/4/2  - date: 26 May 1620
   
hit[from Scope and Content(2) Thomas Hoyte of Exeter, fuller.
   
hit[from Scope and ContentLives: the said Thomas Hoyte, Thomas his son and Hester his daughter.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/4/3  - date: 1 June 1653
   
hit[from Scope and ContentMessuage in the parish of St. John Bow and one stable and garden adjoining, (formerly in the occupation of Thomas Hoyte).

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/7/1  - date: 5 June 1620 18 James I
   
hit[from Scope and Content(2) Thomas Hoyte of Exeter, fuller.
   
hit[from Scope and ContentLives: Hester Hoyte, Thomas Hoyte the younger, Hester Hoyte the younger and Johan Hoyte, the wife and children of the said Thomas Hoyte.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/7/2  - date: 16 February 1631/2 7 Charles I
   
hit[from Scope and Content(1) Thomas Hoyte thelder of Exeter, fuller.
   
hit[from Scope and ContentOriginal term of lease: In reversion of John Webber For lives of Hester Hoyte Thomas Hoyte the younger, Hester Hoyte the younger and Johan Hoyte the wife and children of the said Thomas Hoyte the elder.

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/7/3  - date: 17 April 1639 15 Charles I
   
hit[from Scope and ContentRecites lease of Thomas Hoyte to William Jarvis. (Z1/19/7/2).

FILE  [no title] - ref.  Z1/19/7/4a-b  - date: 21 March 1651
   
hit[from Scope and ContentTofte on which there was lately a messuage, heretofore in the possession of Thomas Hoyte and then of William Jarvice.

 

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North Devon Record Office: Chanter, Burrington and Foster, Barnstaple [1142 B/L1 - B-1/8/1]

 

CHANTER, BURRINGTON & FOSTER, BARNSTAPLE

Catalogue Ref. 1142 B

Creator(s):
Chanter, Burrington and Foster,
Barnstaple, Devon, solicitors


LEASES

   OUT-COUNTY

      
Somerset - ref. 1142 B/L70

         Curry Rivel (Manor)

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/32  - date: 1684
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Jn. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, yeoman
               
hit[from Scope and ContentPremises: house late Hoyte's

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/38  - date: 1698
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Jn. Hoyte, Curry Rivel

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/94  - date: 1735
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Wm. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, inn-holder

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/98  - date: 1739
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Wm. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, yeoman

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/125  - date: 1758
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Wm. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, gent.

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/164-165  - date: 1805
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Jas. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, gent.

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/169  - date: 1808
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. Jas. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, gent.

            
FILE  [no title] - ref.  1142 B/L70/170-172  - date: 1808
               
hit[from Scope and Content2. J. Hoyte, Curry Rivel, gent.
               
hit[from Scope and ContentPremises: tenement and lands, late Hoyte's

 

 

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Somerset Archive and Record Service: Miscellaneous Somerset deeds, etc.

 

MISCELLANEOUS SOMERSET DEEDS, ETC

Catalogue Ref. DD\BR\wr


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FILE - LYNG deeds - ref.  DD\BR\wr/15  - date: 1751/2
   
hit[from Scope and ContentFine re. messuage and land in West Lyng, Thomas Merriott, gent., and William Hoyte, plaintiffs, George and Anne Gill, deforciants.

 

JOHN HAITE, MILLER, 1589

 

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Centre for Kentish Studies: Kent Quarter Sessions [QM/RLv - QM/Z]

 

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Kent Quarter Sessions

Catalogue Ref. Q

Creator(s):
Canterbury Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Maidstone Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Kent Court of Quarter Sessions, 1797-1814
Kent Court of Annual General Session, 1814-1971


West Kent Quarter Sessions Records

   Victuallers Recognizances - ref. QM/RLv

      
FILE - General recognizance for the upper division of the lathe of Scray, taken before Sir Henry Cobham Justinian Champneis and Edmund Cooke, returned at a Sessions of the Peace at Maidstone - ref.  QM/RLv/6  - date: 14 March 1589/90
         
item: Thomas Vallance of Chislehurst, husbandman; sureties, John Comforte of the same, husbandman and John Haite of St. Paul's Cray, miller - ref.  QM/RLv/6/29 [n.d.]

 

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Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies: Small accessions 501-600

 

Small accessions 501-600

Catalogue Ref. D-X 501-600

Creator(s):
Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

[Access Conditions]
Records are open for consultation unless otherwise indicated


MISCELLANEOUS DEEDS, ETC., RELATING TO VARIOUS PARISHES IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

   
FILE - Cold Brayfield: Conveyance - ref.  D-X600/3  - date: 1 April 1638
      
hit[from Scope and ContentThe manors and farms of Waterhall, Old Laiton and Brayfield alias Cold Brayfield; farm of 63a 2r 8p in tenure of William Clifton; farm of 55a 34p in tenure of John Smith; Farm of 50a 35p in tenure of Robert Hoite, messuage etc. of 1a 17p in tenure of Thomas Linwood, cottage etc. in tenure of Edward Old; pasture of 23a 1r called the Lownde, 5a of land called Little Waterhall, 25a of land called Waterhalls, 3a 2r 33p of land in Abbington Mead; 25a of land called Bushey Waterhall; 2 pieces of land of 2a 3r 10p in Blackwell Mead, 20a 1r 27p of land called Old Laighton, 14a 30p of land called Parsons Close, 5a 1r [...] 35p of land called Oxe Leyes in Abbington Mead

 

 

 

 

 

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Centre for Kentish Studies: Kent Quarter Sessions [Q/SO - Q/SP]

Kent Quarter Sessions

Catalogue Ref. Q/A

Creator(s):
Canterbury Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Maidstone Quarter Sessional Division, c 1350-1797
Kent Court of Quarter Sessions, 1797-1814
Kent Court of Annual General Session, 1814-1971

COURT IN SESSION

   ORDER BOOKS - ref. Q/SO

      East Kent

         
FILE - Order Book - ref.  Q/SO/E/1 [n.d.]
            
item: East Kent Order Book, Epiphany 1653/4 - ref.  Q/SO/E1/f.1 [n.d.]
               
hit[from Scope and ContentSimon Hayte
               
hit[from Scope and ContentThe like order for Simon Hayte of Lynsted to be borsholder of the borough of Brunpett in the place of John Scudge who has died.

 

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Somerset Archive and Record Service: Papers of the Hippisley Family of Ston Easton

 

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Papers of the Hippisley Family of Ston Easton

Catalogue Ref. DD/HI

Creator(s):
Hippisley family of Ston Easton, Somerset

[Note]
An extensive genealogical history of the main and many subordinate branches of the family was published in 1952 (The Hippisley Family, ed. I. Fitzroy Jones), happily compiled before the Ston Easton registers, the source for much of the information, were lost. The page numbers of this book have been used in the present catalogue as a means of identifying and distinguishing the various generations and branches involved and, in particular, the many Johns. It has been possible to add a few marginal additions and corrections to the
Somerset Record Office copy of the work, but its general accuracy has not been faulted.


Preston of Cricket St. Thomas

   PROPERTY TENURE AND PERSONAL ESTATE

      
FILE  [no title] - ref.  DD/HI/B/415  - date: 1567-1615
         
hit[from Scope and ContentMisc. deeds, bonds, cancelled grants of annuities involving the Preston family, incl. lease during his incumbency by Timothy Hayte, the rector, to John P. of tithes arising out of the capital messuage and demesne lands, 1615

      
FILE  [no title] - ref.  DD/HI/B/418  - date: 1605-1658
         
hit[from Scope and ContentTenants: Barnes (of Winsham), Bennett (of Street in Winsham), Booby, Carswell (of Tatworth in Chard), Hayte, Kinder/Kender (of Winsham and Membury, Devon), Orchard, Osborne, Palfrey, Paull, Scriven, Trencherd, Woodall alias Kinder (sometime of Dowlish Wake). Covenants for repair of churchyard wall.

 

 

 

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West Sussex Record Office: Chichester Diocese Episcopal Records [Ep/I/10 - Ep/I/19]

 

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DIOCESE OF
CHICHESTER: EPISCOPAL RECORDS

Catalogue Ref. Ep

Creator(s):
Diocese of Chichester

[Access Conditions]
Unrestricted
Access to certain documents may be restricted either because of their content or their recent date, or because of their age and fragile condition


The Diocese and Archdeaconry of
Chichester

   DEPOSITION BOOKS - ref. Ep/I/11

      
FILE - DEPOSITION BOOK - ref.  Ep/I/11/12  - date: Nov 1611-Jan 1618
         
hit[from Scope and Contentf.82v Edward Hayte of West Grinsted, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years, and before at Nuthurst for about 3 years. Born at Sevenoaks, Kent. Aged about 40 years.

 

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London Metropolitan Archives: Sherborn family

 

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SHERBORN FAMILY

Catalogue Ref. ACC/3259

Creator(s):
Sherborn family of Bedfont


ARTIFICIAL COLLECTIONS: TITLE DEEDS - ref. ACC/3259/AD

   
FILE - Charter of feoffment - ref.  ACC/3259/AD/006  - date: 1578
      
hit[from Scope and Contentby William and Isabella Tayler and John Tayler to Walter Hayte of land called Dentye and Pilchers, Bearstead, Kent