Definition of Hayers
1. hayer [n] - See also: hayer
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Literary usage of Hayers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Willis and Inventories Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language by James Raine, William Greenwell, John Crawford Hogdson, Herbert Maxwell Wood (1835)
"... Scot to hym and his hayers for Ever and failling hym and lus hayers to my ... Rog* and his hayers, and falling Roger and his hayers to come to Thomas my ..."
2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1866)
"John Cur/is and to my beloved sonno-in-law Isaac Newall, the full and just sum of forty shillings in some merchantable goods, to each of them, their hayers, ..."
3. Oyster Bay Town Records by Oyster Bay (N.Y.), John Cox, George William Cocks, Daniel Underhill (1916)
"... my Self hayers ... to uphold Main- taine & make Good to him ye Said John Wood & his hayers in their ..."
4. Abstracts of Probate Acts in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury by John Matthews, George Frederick Matthews (1903)
"6, 1635-6 to grandson JOHN hayers ; relict ANNE having died. REYNOLDS, ANNE, of p. St. Dunstan in the East, ... 16, 1635-6 by JOHN hayers. RICH (Vide RICHE. ..."
5. Sefton: A Descriptive and Historical Account by Engelbert Horley (1893)
"... gods & to ye hurty'g of ry}ght off yc hayers y* ... his hayers & his wyff & fro his ..."