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Haggere: 1345. Robertum Blondel haggere et Margaretam uxorem eius. Not found in OED.  rcp 03/12
Hakeneyman: 1360. Kent. Johannem Lamb de Cantuar' hakeneyman. OED has earliest 1362.  rcp 03/13
Hakkere: 1358. Waltero le Habbere juniori. OED has earliest 1620.  rcp 12/12
Hakebote: 1353. London. ducens eum ad quandam navem vocatam Hakebote iuxta villam de Feversham. Not in OED; "Hake" combinations seem to be only in the nineteenth century.
Hakeneyman: 1347. Cambridgeshire. Galfridum le Hakeneyman. OED has earliest 1362.  rcp 02/12
Hallgarth: 1342. Yorkshire. Beatricem in the Halgarth. OED has "garth" around 1340.  rcp
Hambrowe: 1590. London. duodecim unlas panni linei vocati browne hambrowe. OED does not seem to have.  rcp 04/12
Handax: 1359. Norfolk. cum quadam tela vocata handax. OED has only earlier in 1297 and 1300.  rcp 03/13
Hanger: 1530. Dorset. cum uno cultello vocato le hanger precii xvi denariorum. OED has references back to 1481.  rcp 02/12
Harefot: 1319. Willelmus Harefot. OED earliest usage is 1410. 
Hasted: 1267. Kent. Richard de Hasted. 
Heyward: 1345. Gloucestershire. Johannem le Heyward. OED has only earlier example in 1225.  rcp 03/12
Hobbe othe more: 1344. Yorkshire. ventrem eiusdem Anabille aparuisset et infantem vivum extraxisset et super moram ibidem proiecisset vocans ipsum Hobbe othe more. OED does not have.  rcp 03/12
Hokester: 1314. Suffolk. John le Hukstere  SJ; 1315. Suffolk. John le Hokestore  SB; 1342. Bedfordshire. Margeriam le Hokester de Dunstaple. OED has earliest 1300, but infrequent.  rcp 11/12
hore: 1453. Middlesex. Margery wife of John Henry described as a 'strong hore' by Agnes wife of Walter of Fairstede SB 10/17
Hors bred: 1530. London. de viginti duodenis panis equini vocati hors bred ad vendendum. OED has earliest 1467, then 1540.  rcp 02/12
Horshirde: 1315. Linc'. Ralph le Horshirde of Bardeney  SB
Hosteler: 1345. Adam de Kent hosteler. OED has only earlier exammple in 1300.  rcp 03/12
Huswif: 1530. London. retinuisset ipsam Marionam ad deserviendum eidem Petro in servicio de huswif (at 6d/week; she served for two years). OED has earlier but word seemingly for a married women in her own household.  rcp
Hundreder: 1258. Lincolnshire. Gilbert le Hundreder. OED has earliest 1285.