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A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 2
10 Alice Higford was prioress in 1535, when the Valor Ecclesiasticus ... and the possessions of the priory were sold to John Higford by the crown for the sum ... Elizabeth Pultney, occurs 1498 24 Alice (Joan)...
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 1, 1306-1571
my officer general in the North. 1 p. 1580. Robert Higford to Lawrence ... Council. Endorsed:July 1571. p. 1583. Robert Higford to Lawrence Banister. ... conveyance; To Banister with the ciphered letter...
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 6
of the Higford family, 48 two of whom were rectors in the 18th century, 49 ... of Cotswold stone and brick with a Cotswold stone roof. In 1555 John Higford ... Harwell, 89 but in 1438 the advowson was exercised...
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 5, Bledisloe Hundred, St. Briavels Hundred, the Forest of Dean
son and heir Walter 88 conveyed it c. 1622 to William Higford. 89 It was owned by the same or another William Higford in 1640, and later by Thomas Higford (d. 1651) and by Edward Higford...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Edward, Mary and Elizabeth, 1547-80
Wyndham, Esqrs. Certify that John Higford and George Huntley had taken
Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 4, 1571-74
between, and the Bishop of Ross, ib.; discourse written by Higford ... that, had forsaken the Queen of Scots, ib.; Higford taken from, and strictly examined, ib.; Higford confesses that, sent the...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III 1476-1485
lord: and at Tewkesbury in presence of John Higford, they promised to discharge Nicholas against the said lord; pretending that John Higford whose ... in this way and sent a surety to the lord and also to John...
Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1, 1558-1571
High Ongar, Essex, 65 n. Higford, Robt., Norfolk's secretary, 473. Hill,
Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 2, 1572-1582
to Banister and one from Higford to Banister in July 1571. p. 61. The Queen