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H.L. (HL), s.v. le Strange, Hamon, 1916, q.v.


1984 The Amazing Book Of The Strongs In Canada. Toronto, 1984. [David B. Strong.]

Hall, Edward.

—— Continuator of Trivet. [Alice de Lacy and her lover, 20-21. HL: 273.]

Hamlin. They Went Thataway. Volume 2. [JDS3: viii]

Hankins, Clover Ann Strange.

1968-1973. Editor. The Strange Family Tree. A mimeographed genealogical newsletter published in Indianapolis, IN. [CS71.S897; 70-613130.]

1983-1994. Editor. Strange Branches and Twigs. A genealogical newsletter published in Indianapolis, IN.

Hanks, Patrick, and Flavia Hodges.

1988 A Dictionary of Surnames. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Harleian Manuscripts. This collection of manuscripts in the British Museum is named after Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford (1661-1721), British statesman.

Harleian Charter 50. [A.2]

Harleian Charter 56. [F22]

Harleian Manuscript 446 (Aug.), fragment of Chartulary of Haughmond. [HL: 208.4. Eyton: 10.373.]

Harlein Manuscript 449. John le Strange V’s confirmation of elemosynary grants to Haughmond Abbey. [Quatern, 11.6. HL: 209.1.]

Harleian Manuscript 1552. A note taken in the church at Hunstanton, 31; notes about the arms in the church and Hall, 901.

Harleian Manuscript 1981. [24-25]

Harleian Manuscript 2110. [26, 28; Castleacre Chartulary, 34]

Harleian Manuscript 2188. [123]

Harleian Manuscript 3868. [11]

Harrison, George Harrison Rogers-, s.v. Rogers-Harrison.

Harrod, Henry.

—— Castles and Convents of Norfolk. [32-42]

Hastings of Hastings, by R.J. Beevor. 1931. [43. Whitmore. JDS3: viii]

Haughmond Chartulary. [Folios 6, 40, 43, 106, 121, 131-132, 141, 148, 161b (entitled ‘Oswaldestre’), 225. HL: 26, 35, 41, 44, 54, 64, 88, 150, 181, 208.]

Hayes. The Land of Wilkes. [JDS3: viii]

Heacham Court Rolls, etc. [HL: 152]

Headley, Robert K., Jr.

1987 Genealogical Abstracts from 18th-Century Virginia Newspapers, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. [William Strange, 94. Berry Strange, 117. James Strange of Manchester, 129.]

Heitman. Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army, 1775-1783. [JDS3: viii]

Hening’s Statutes at Large, a collection of all the laws of Virginia, from 1619-1792. First edition, 1810-1814. Second edition, 1819-1823, in 13 volumes. [Indexed in Swem 1936.]

Henry, Reginald Buchanan.

1935 Genealogies of the Families of the Presidents. The work which gave inception to the Henry System of genealogical numbering.

Henry VIII.

1532 Instructions of Henry VIII. [Davis 1924.]

Henslowe, Philip, owner of the Rose Theater.

1592 Diary, 1592-.

Herbert, Miss Florentia.

1909 "History of Wrockwardine." Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society. 3d series, 10.201-248, 11.191-231. [HL: 81]

Herald, the Somerset: Glover, Robert, q.v. He mistranslated dys as "two." [Ewen 1946: 1]

Herringshaw, Thomas William.

1901 Herringshaw’s Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century. Chicago, IL: American Publishers’ Association. [Page 900. FAYE, Figure 9, U.S. Senator Robert Strange, STR-ROBT.]

Hey, David.

1993 The Oxford Guide to Family History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Higginson, John, M.R.C.V.S., of The Hollies, Knockin.

—— A manuscript history of Osbaston Parish. [HL: 39]

Hill, A.P., General. Report, CSA War Department. [2.486, 760, 769. ATS 1923: 22.26. Colonel John Bouie Strange, FLUV 5.113L6.]

Hinshaw, William Wade.

1950 Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy. Ann Arbor, MI, 1950. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1973. [Jane Strange ltm John Watkins, 123. Littlebury Strange, 340.]

Hirschfeld, Magnus.

1899-1923. Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischen-stufen.

1914 Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes. Berlin: Louis Marcus Verlagsburchhandlung.

Historical Manuscripts Commission. MSS. of the Corporations of Shrewsbury and Coventry. [4.49, 69. Third Report, Appendix, 271-274. Eleventh Report, Appendix, 1887: 93-118. HL: 77, 152.]

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History of Henrico County, Virginia. [JDS3: ix]

History of Scotland. [Illustration of a roll of Humphrey de Bohun, 1.226. HL: 210.2.]

Hocart, Arthur.

1937 "Kinship Systems," Anthropos, 32.545-551.

Hoffman, Marian.

1996 Family History Volume, Genealogical & Local History Books in Print. 5th edition, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996.

1997 General Reference & World Resources Volume, Genealogical & Local History Books in Print. 5th edition, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996.

1997 U.S. Sources & Resources Volumes, Genealogical & Local History Books in Print, Alabama-New York & North Carolina-Wyoming. 5th edition, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996.

Holcomb, Brent H., and Elmer O. Parker.

1980 Early Records of Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church, Chester County, South Carolina, 1799-1859 with Appendices of the Visitation List of Rev. John Simpson, 1774-1776 and the Cemetery Roster, 1762-1979. Heritage Books, 1980. [CHES. Strong of Chester County, SC. H541, $19.50]

Hone, William (1780-1842), compiled and published translations by Jeremiah Jones (1693-1724) and William Wake (1657-1737), Archbishop of Canterbury.

1820 Compiler. The Lost Books of the Bible, Being All the Gospels, Epistles, and Other Pieces Now Extant Attributed in the First Four Centuries to Jesus Christ His Apostles and Their Companions, Not Included, by its Compilers, in the Authorized New Testament, and, Syriac Mss. of Pilate’s Letters to Tiberius, etc., Translated from the Original Tongues. First edition, entitled The Apocryphal New Testament, 1820. Reprint, 1926. Reprint, New York: Bell Publishing Company, 1979. [Pages 56-57, "The First Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ," 19.23.]

Horace, or Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65-8 bc).

25-8 bc. The Epistulae.

—— Satires, Epistles, and Ars Poetica, translated by H. Rushton Fairclough. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1926. Reprint, 1947.

Horwood, Alfred J., s.v. le Strange, Hamon, 1872.

Hotten, John Camden (1832-1873).

1874 Editor. His work is variously titled as Hotten’s List of Emigrants, Our Early Emigrant Ancestors, and List of Emigrants to America, 1600-1700. The original title of the work was: The Original Lists of Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; and Others who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700. With their Ages, the Localities Where They Formerly Lived in the Mother Country, the Names of the Ships in Which They Embarked, and Other Interesting Particulars. From MSS Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty’s Public Record Office, England. London: John Camden Hotten, 1874. Reprint, London & New York: J.W. Bouton. Reprint, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1974. Supplement edited by James C. Brandow, 1982. [PILI 1981: Source 3283. LC E187.5.H795; OAK 929-R/H798o.]

The House of Cornewall. [66. Whitmore.]

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Houston. South Carolina Wills. [JDS3: x]

Howard, A.J.

1973 Editor and transcriber. The Devon Protestation Returns, 1641, with index and introduction by T.L. Stoate. 2 volumes. Bristol: T.L. Stoate, Lower Court, Almondsbury, 1973. [Index numbers refer the reader to parish headings, rather than specific pages. The actual page references follow: Strang, 157, 250, 384; Strange, 61, 91, 178, 206, 247, 328, 339, 347, 351; Strangman, 12; Strangwaye, 325; Strong, 2, 17, 61, 157, 172, 285, 323, 346, 361, 396; Stronge, 145, 235, 241, 345, 361, 363; Stronng, 318. The lists do not include anyone named le Strange. DEVO.]

Howard, A.J., and T.L. Stoate, editors.

1977 The Devon Muster Roll for 1569. Bristol: T.L. Stoate, Lower Court, Almondsbury. [Pages 68, 69, 84, 114, 117. Sutro.]

Howard, J.J.

—— Visitation of Suffolk. [JDS3: vii]

—— Visitation of Ireland. [3.44. Marshall. JDS3: vii]

Hundred Court Rolls. [HL: 229, 253, 364]

Hundred Court Hunstanton Charters, Rolls, etc. [HL: 152]

Hundred Rolls, s.v. Rotuli Hundredorum.

Hunstanton: The Story of a Small Norfolk Seaside Resort. Hunstanton, NORF: Humber Publications, 3 James Street. An undated guidebook, purchased 1985, with photographs said to be over sixty years old (i.e., before 1925).

Hunstanton Deed Documents, 6 documents relating to the transfer of the manor in 1310, from John le Strange VI of Knockin, to Hamon le Strange I of Hunstanton. [HMR: A1-A6. Ingleby: 1.iii-iv, 1.1-7.]

1309/8/8. John le Strange V died on or before this date; but he executed a Statutum (Statute Merchant Bond) of 1000 marks and placed it in the custody of the Prior of Wenlock, with the intention of providing his second eldest son Hamon with a suitably large inheritance. When John V died, his eldest son John VI succeeded to the 1000-mark obligation. [HMR: A4. HL: 256. Ingleby: 4-5.]

1309/9/6. At Shrewsbury. A deed stating that John le Strange VI undertook to enfeoff Hamon and his heirs the manor of Hunstanton before Christmas, in exchange for an enfeoffment of Hamon’s claim to his portion of the castle and manor of Knockin. The deed required that Hamon deposit a 1000-mark bond with the Prior of Wenlock as surety that Hamon would abide by the agreement. [HMR: A1. Transcript of Latin text with abbreviations extended, HL: 257-258. Ingleby: 1-2.]

ca 1309/10a. Covenant, made by Hamon to void the 1000-mark bond upon John VI’s transfer of the Hunstanton property.

ca 1309/10b. Bond for 1000 pounds (1/3 more in value than 1000 marks), executed by John le Strange VI and deposited with his cousin, John le Strange of Ercalewe, as surety for this transfer. [Described without precise citation, HL: 260-261. In discussing the de Ludlow family’s connection with this bond, HL cited Eyton 5.36-37, 7.58.]

1309/11/30. At Knockin. An Indented Deed granting the manor of Hunstanton to Hamon. [Two copies written on one parchment, cut by a wavy or ‘indented’ line into two parts, the ‘original’ and its ‘counterpart’ (hence, the term ‘indenture’). HMR: two identically worded parts of the indenture, A.2 & A.3. HL: 258-260; extended transcript, 260; photograph, plate VIII, facing 260. Ingleby: 1.3.]

1309/12/8. Covenant between Hamon and John VI stating that, in the event the enfeoffment of Hunstanton had not occurred by 1310/2/16, Hamon could recover the penalties of both the 1000-mark and the 1000-pound bonds. [HMR: A.4. Extended transcript, HL: 26-261. Ingleby: 1.4-5.]

1310/5/10. The Final Concord (finalis concordia) by which John le Strange VI actually conveyed the manor of Hunstanton to Hamon "in fee tail for a rose rent" ( ... per annum unam rosam ad festum Natiuitatis sancti Johannis Baptiste, ... ). [Original, deposited in the Feet of Fines of the Public Record Office, case 162, file 125, number 136. HMR: A.5; 2d copy, A.6. Extended transcript, HL: 262-263. Full translation, Ingleby: 1.6.]

Hunstanton Deeds, Grants and Settlements, 1310-1604. [HMR: Series A, Numbers A.1-A.73. Ingleby: 1.1-150.]

Hunstanton Deeds, Grants and Settlements, 1605-1671. [HMR: Series AA, Numbers AA.1-AA.19. Ingleby: 2.1-128.]

Hunt, Morton M.

1959 The Natural History of Love. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Hussey, Christopher.

1926a "Hunstanton Hall - I. Norfolk. The Seat of Charles Le Strange." Country Life, 1926/4/10: 552-559.

1926b "Hunstanton Hall - II. Norfolk. The Seat of Mr. Charles Le Strange." Country Life, 1926/4/17: 586-595.

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