4 edition of The Heydons and their hotels found in the catalog.
The Heydons and their hotels
A. J. Heydon
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||F1059.5.T686 W474 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||89156041|
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover, $ $ —Author: William Benjamin Hayden. The Heydon family name comes from the town of Heydon, in Norfolk, England, the locality of their original estate.
Thomas de Heydon (ca. ) of Heydon was a justice in Norfolk County. His son, William Heydon (ca. ) succeeded him in the estate and was the father of John De Haydon, the judge, and ancestor of the Devon line. The author assumes that John, William, and. Ware and his son held their copyhold to have for their lives, subject to the will of the lord and the custom particular to that manor.
The Wares’ copyhold was in a parcel also occupied by some tenants at will. The college then leased the parcel to Heydon for a period of eighty years in return for rents equal The Heydons and their hotels book the traditional rent for the.
Heydon is a village and civil parish in Norfolk, England. It is located 3 miles ( km) north of the market town of village can be accessed by the public only from the south, resulting in the only road, called The Street, effectively being a cul-de-sac for general traffic.
At its centre is a green, surrounded by the parish church and traditional English rural ct: Broadland.
()Heydon's Case, decided by the Barons (ie judges) of Exchequer, established the ‘mischief rule’ for the interpretation of statutes. According to Coke, the judges ruled that ‘for the sure. We have extensive experience in business, property, and family law, wills and trusts, conveyancing , conflict resolution, intellectual property, insolvencyWe advise and act for clients of diverse backgrounds and needs.
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and G. so possessed, and the said Ware and Ware so seised as aforesaid, the said warden and canons by their deed indented, dated 12 January anno 30 H. did lease the same to Heydon the defendant for eighty years, rendering certain rents severally for several parcels; and found that the said several rents in Heydon.
The boy was “very delicate and fearing he might slip through their hands”, (with his estates and money) the Heydons married him off, when he was just 10 years old, to Elizabeth Drury, born Feb. 8,daughter of Robert and Audrey Drury, and niece of Anne, the first wife of Sir Christopher Heydon of Baconsthorpe.
They were married. Buy and Download > Description Heydon Family History and Genealogy or The Heydons in England and eBook English MB. This charming family history includes the legend of the family name which originated in England around the year Short biographies, and tombstone inscriptions, accompany the legend of Hayden Hall in England.
According to the authorities, they acquired the name of Heydon from the town of Heydon, in Norfolk, where they were seated, and where lay their original estate. Says Blomefield (vol. VI, p)”The town of Heydon, or Haydon, is not known by that name in Domesday Book, but was then in Eyrsford Hundred, and was called Stinetuna or Stinton.
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