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Huckvale: Unattributable Articles

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This page conatins articles involving the Huckvales which can't be narrowed down to a specific individual. An example of why might be more than one individual of the same name being alive in within any area specified in the article at the time. I've appended each with possible alternatives, in the probably order of likelihood.


07 & 14 February 1778 - Oxford Journal - Lost Watch - William Huckvale - Over Norton, Oxfordshire

JANUARY 26, 1778.
LOST, between Great Rolewright and Over-Nor-
ton, -- A SILVER WATCH, with a ftrong Chain to it,
and a Stone Seal fet in Silver; the Maker's Name Wm. Adkins,
, No. 125 ---- Whoever will bring it to Wm.
Huckvale, of Over-Norton, fhall receive Half a Guinea.

Possibles: Huckvale-72, Huckvale-157

28 November 1812 - Oxford University and City Herald & Oxford Journal - Catholic Laws - Samuel & William Huckvale - Oxfordshire

This article appears in both publications, essentially the same apart from some reordering in the list of signatories. The transcription below is from the OUCH.


WHEREAS a Petition to both Houses of Parlia-
ment against the Claims of the Roman Catho-
lics of these Realms was on SATURDAY the 24th ultimo,
after a very short notice, agreed to by a small number of
the Freeholders of this County then present,-- We, the
undersigned Freeholders of the said County, actuated
by no interested or party motive, but by a Loyal and
Patriotic consideration of what we feel to be our highest
duty, DO DISSENT from the same, sufficient notice
and time not having been allowed for taking the general
sense of the County, on a question of such vital import-
ance both to so many Millions of our aggrieved Fellow-
Citizens, and to the general interests of these realms.

And considering that the Late House of Commons in
the last Session of Parliament, by a very large majority,
passed the follwoing Resolutions, viz---

"That this House will, early in the next Session of
"Parliament, take unto its most serious consideration,
"the Laws affecting his Majesty's Roman Catholic
"Subjects in Great Britain and Ireland, with a view
"to such final conciliatory adjustment, as may be con-
"ducive to the Peace of the United Kingdom, the
"Stability of the Protestant Establishment, and the
"general satisfaction and concord of all classes of
"His Majesty's Subjects---"

We conceive that the above-mentioned Petition of
this County prejudges this great cause, and improperly,
if not disrespectfully, interferes with what the Legislature
alone has a right to decide upon, is calculated to create
unmerited suspicions, and unnecessary alarms, and if
possible, even to excite dissentions and disaffection.

We do moreover most solemnly Protest against the
same, as tending to withhold from a very large portion
of our Fellow Subjects those rights which all Loyal and
Faithful Subjects have an equal claim to enjoy, under
our happy constitution, which all are equaly called
upon, and equally anxious to defend.

Signed by a long list of men including a William Huckvale and a Samuel Huckvale.

Possibles for Samuel: Huckvale-50, Huckvale-54
Possibles for William: Huckvale-72, Huckvale-74

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