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Honeywood is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Brian Honeywood (born 1949), English footballer
  • Phil Honeywood (born 1960), Australian politician
  • Robert Honeywood (c. 1601–1686), English politician
  • Thomas Honeywood (1586–1666), English politician
  • Varnette Honeywood (1950–2010), American painter and writer

Usage examples of "honeywood".

Mary Waters, the daughter and coheir of Robert Waters, of Lenham, in Kent, wife of Robert Honeywood, of Charing, in Kent, her only husband, who had at her decease, lawfully descended from her, 367 children, 16 of her own body, 114 grandchildren, 228 in the third generation, and 9 in the fourth.

The Reverend Doctor Honeywood had been very busy with his benevolent associations, and had discoursed chiefly on practical matters, to the neglect of special doctrinal subjects.

The Reverend Doctor Honeywood rose and left the priest and his disciple together.

He had met this young lady, and been much pleased with her, in the country, at the house of her grandfather, the Reverend Doctor Honeywood,--you remember Miss Letitia Forrester, whom I have mentioned repeatedly?

He at once charged them at the head of the Macphersons and Stuarts, and in a few minutes the English were completely defeated, their commander, Colonel Honeywood, being left severely wounded on the field, with a hundred killed or disabled men, while the loss of the Scotch was but twelve.

Retired Admiral Coromell stood up from a chair before the honeywood desk in the square office and took her hand.

After awhile, he exhaled a long, shuddering breath, and set the honeywood statue on the end table beside its twin sister.

Mary Honeywood was daughter and one of the coheiresses of Robert Waters, Esq.

February, 1543, at sixteen years of age, to her only husband, Robert Honeywood, Esq.

Smiling, he lifted the lid of the simple little honeywood box he carried.

Besides Sir Henry Hoghton's six hundred militiamen, and three regiments of foot, respectively commanded by Captains Sabine, Fane, and Preston, there was a fine regiment of horse, commanded by Colonel Pitt, and five regiments of dragoons, commanded by Major-General Wynn, Colonels Honeywood, Dormer, Munden, and Stanhope.