by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien)
© 2002-2012 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 1.3, updated 24 June 2012
|"ME hewere (huwere), a derivative of OE hēawan 'to hew', 'a hewer' (a1382 MED), a cutter of wood or stone, probably the latter." (Reaney & Wilson, p. 230 s.n. Hewer)|
"Occup. 'the hewer' [...] As a general term Hewer will no doubt represent either a wood or stone cutter." (Bardsley, p. 379 s.n. Hewer)
|Alwinus||Heuere||1066||Reaney & Wilson (p. 230 s.n. Hewer)|
|Hugh||le||Hewer||1255||Reaney & Wilson (p. 230 s.n. Hewer)|
|Benedict||le||Huwere||1273||Bardsley (p. 379 s.n. Hewer)|
|Walter||le||Howere||1273||Bardsley (p. 379 s.n. Hewer)|
|Benedict||le||Huwere||1279||Reaney & Wilson (p. 230 s.n. Hewer)|
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