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The royal manor of Hitchin, and its lords, Harold, and the Balliols

by Huyshe, Wentworth.

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Published by Macmillan and co., limited, The Macmillan company in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harold, King of England, 1022?-1066,
  • Baliol family,
  • Hitchin manor, Eng

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wentworth Huyshe...With illustrations by F. l. Griggs and D. Mcpherson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA690 .H71
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 197 [3] p.
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6580742M
    LC Control Number15021508
    OCLC/WorldCa1651290

    In the reign of William Rufus, he was given the Manor of Hitchin for his ‘good and faithful service’ during the Conquest. Between and , his nephew Bernard de Balliol, inherited his possessions including Hitchin. As a result the de Balliols were lords of Hitchin for almost two centuries until Nothing of a remarkable kind has to be recorded, but we may say that Mr. Kingston has performed his task with admirable industry and care.—With this volume may be mentioned The Royal Manor of Hitchin and its Lords, by Wentworth Huyshe (Macmillan and Co., 10s. 6d. net).

    Hitchin railway station is on the Great Northern Line, and is also on the Cambridge Line as the last stop before it diverges towards Cambridge, kilometres ( mi) to the north east of the Hitchin. The station is a call on services provided by Govia Thameslink Railway under its Great Northern and Thameslink brands. These provide direct connections to Cambridge, Letchworth Garden City. (Hertfordshire Herts Genealogy History Topography. 1) The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary Vol. 2) The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary Vol. 3) The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary Vol. 6) Hertfordshire.

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Source Information. The royal manor of Hitchin: and its lords, Harold and the Balliols [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Original data: Huyshe, Wentworth. The royal manor of Hitchin: and its lords, Harold and the Balliols [database on-line].

Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The royal manor of Hitchin, and its lords, Harold, and the Balliols, Abstract "Facsimile of the entry in Domenday book recording the details of the manor of Hitchin": p. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Baliol family., Harold, King of England. Publisher: London New York: Author: Wentworth.

Huyshe. granted the royal manor to the Balliols, a great landed family in the north which eventually provided both an Oxford College and a King of Scots.

Hitchin was important to the Balliols because it was close to the Court in London. Medieval Hitchin, in addition to its market, grew wealthy on.

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Wentworth Huyshe. Google Books ↑ Catalogue of the Stowe Manuscripts in the British Museum: Text. Google Books ↑ Hawise was not Guy's successor. His nephew Bernard was. More Genealogy Tools. The royal manor of Hitchin, and its lords, Harold, and the Balliols [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] Huyshe, Wentworth, Published by Pranava Books ().

Hitchin - A History of the County of Hertford: volume 3 - The manor of HITCHIN was the head of the group of Hertfordshire manors held by Earl Harold, to which William I succeeded after the Conquest.

These at the time of the Domesday Survey were farmed out together by the sheriff, and treated for some purposes as one integral manor.

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It is the Balliols who next catch the eye, an ambitious and powerful family who were lords of Hitchin and Dinslev for two centuries till Of them much has been written in my History of Hitchin (), and by Wentworth Huyshe in The Royal Manor of Hitchin (), and much might still be written.

The royal manor of Hitchin, and its lords, Harold, and the Balliols ().pdf The Victoria history of the county of Hertford Vol 1 ().pdf The Victoria history of the county of Hertford Vol 3 ().pdf. Author of Dervorgilla, Lady of Galloway, and her Abbey of the Sweet Heart, The Royal Manor of Hitchin, and Its Lords, Harold and the Balliols, and Dervorgilla, Lady of Galloway4/5(1).

History of the Lord’s demesnes in Campden, The Domesday Book, the early thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the seventeenth century, enclosures The Royal Manor of Hitchin - Harold and the Balliols. Ref: //B Griggs, F.L.

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Wentworth H. (). The Royal Manor of Hitchin, and Its Lords, Harold, and the Balliols, (pp. 51). London & NY: MacMillian and Co., Ltd. Google Books Lundy, D (, October 6).The history of the race of Tudor ap Ednyfed, from whom the present royal family are descended; The history of the shire of Renfrew; The royal ancestry of George Leib Harrison of Philadelphia; The royal manor of Hitchin: and its lords, Harold and the Balliols; The royal origin of an American line; Tudor Roll of the Blood Royal.