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You searched for: Place: "Cleobury Mortimer", Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Austin friars

    the first two communities; by 1250 certainly there was a settlement at Woodhouse , about two miles northwest of Cleobury Mortimer . 73 This remote spot, uncultivated and extra-parochial, was perfectly suited to the early ideals of the order, which

    Parishes Bayton

    it on the south. Tanner's Brook forms the eastern boundary. The parish lies high and is very hilly, the Cleobury Mortimer road reaching a height of 700 ft. at Church Hill , otherwise known as Colliers Hill . The village

    The hundred of Doddingtree Introduction

    near the spot where the Hundred House Hotel now stands, at the junction of the roads from Tenbury and Cleobury Mortimer to Worcester . The ' Hundred House of Dodyntre' was described in 1697 as 'the Dwelling House of William

    Parishes Abberley

    (xiii cent.); Abboteley, Abburley (xiv cent.). Abberley is on the road from Cleobury Mortimer to Worcester , which runs through the parish from north to south, and is crossed by the road from Tenbury. The south-western angle of the parish

    Alien houses The priory of Lapley

    of Pope Alexander , 1154. 'Wilnifort', 'Wilifort' and 'Roniaco' have not been identified; the last may be Ronhill in Cleobury Mortimer ( Salop .). S.H.C . vi(1), 28; xiii. 62. V.C.H. Staffs . iv. 59. Migne, Pat. Lat . ccii,

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