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    MOORE, Sir John (1620-1702), of Mincing Lane, London.

    of privy chamber 1675-85. Biography Moore’s Moore’s father, who claimed descent from the Lancashire family, acquired the manor of Appleby Parva in Leicestershire in 1599. As a younger son, Moore went into trade, and became the most considerable lead merchant History of Parliament

    RETFORD, Sir Henry (c.1354-1409), of Castlethorpe and Carlton Paynell, Lincs.

    she had obtained a life interest in the manors of Caythorpe and Carlton Paynell with extensive appurtenances in Lincoln, Appleby Parva and Scawby. During the Easter term of 1385 she and Retford acquired the ultimate reversion of these properties as History of Parliament

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    bur St Dunstan-in-the-East (6) Will PC 101 Herne pr, 3 Jun 1702 f Charles Moore of Stretton, Derbs, and Appleby Parva, Leic, m Cecily Yates of Norton, Twycross, Leic, mar 1652, Mary Maddox/Madden (7) East India merchant (held £25,000 Old British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this time acquired such a repu- tation for his success in carrying through such schemes, that Miss Meries, of Appleby Parva, asked 1,,,,, to assist in obtainin_r a new church for the neighbouring parish of Dokisthorpe. Hir, co-operauon .resulted not Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    funny, and a visit wiU be well repaid. APPLEBY PARVA. The Suicide of a Farmer.- The district coroner, Mr. G. F. Harrison, held an inquest at the Moor's Arms, Appleby Parva, on Thursday afternoon, on the body of John Smith, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "os great os o bishop," oue of the earliest Puritans. - Glover ( ), woter oolour pointer, Uved at Appleby Parva. Marquis of Granby (1720 1770), oommanded in the Seven Years' War. Lody Jone Grey 11537-1554), Bradgate, who hod "the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    heard with- | out a shudder ] Cooper r. Talbot. - The plaintiff is a medical practitioner residing at Appleby Parva; the defendant also living in that! neighbourhood. Several months ago a man was severely hnrt by the latter driving Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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