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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norton Mandeville Introduction

    Little Forest Hall , ½ mile north-west of the present Forest Hall , probably dates from the 17th century. The north end is timber-framed and plastered and is of that period. Haif a mile north-east of Forest Hall is the

    High Ongar Manors

    the younger and Richard Stane . 24 By 1774 Forest Hall had passed to John Westbrook who in 1770 had married Mary Alice daughter of William Stane . 25 Forest Hall farm, surveyed in 1774 , contained 277 acres. 26

    Norton Mandeville Schools

    school was built with 25 places. 13 It was at Norton Heath and belonged to J. L. Newall of Forest Hall , who granted its use, rent free. 14 Attendance rose to 46 in 1886 , when there was said

    Norton Mandeville Manor

    Commissioners. 23 There is little doubt that this was the manor which later became known as Foliots Hall alias Forest Hall in High Ongar (q.v.). The other manor of Norton was held in 1086 by Wimund as tenant of Hamon

    High Ongar Parish government and poor relief

    acted on. Attendance varied from 5 to over 20, being largest at Easter. Up to 1742 William Stane of Forest Hall appears to have acted as chairman of the vestry when he was present. When he was absent the rector

  • * British History Online *

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    North Westmorland, The insurrection of 1715

    Kendal. On the 16th the main body was at Shap but the rear guard were obliged to stop at Forest Hall, 4 miles beyond Kendal, because many of the ammunition wagons could not climb the steepness of the hill on

    Records of Kendale, The main roads

    route climbed straight northward over "Betome Hill," past Whitwell and Selside Halls and so to the Plough Inn and Forest Hall, the end of the first stage out from Kendal. Now the route is only dotted as if it were

    Index, General - A-K

    353. Thomas, 275, 339, 340, 343. William, 300. Fon , John, 118. Football , 86. Ford , Hugh, 208. Forest Hall , 35. Forster , General, 32 34, 301. Joseph, 111. Thomas, 57. Fothergill , Abraham, 216. Anthony, 215, 222,

    Index, A - K

    238, 241. " William, 117. Flodder Hall , 213. Force Bridge , 31, 110, 235. " repair of, 234. Forest Hall , 5, 6, 11. Forrest , Christopher, 68. " Isabel, 176. " Robert, 53, 190. Forrester , Richard, 74.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ys awr ar wellhad, ac yn alluog i fyned allan ar hyd y rhodfeydd o gwrapas ei dy, sef Forest Hall, Fforest Fach, ac y ceir ei weled eto yn y man yn cymeryd ei le yn holl gylchoedd crefyddol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Taibach. Derbyniwyd ilythyrau oddi E 1- wrth Mrs. Phillips. Uplands, Abertawe, a Mr. 1 u Thomas Phillips, U.E., Forest Hall, yn cyfleu c , en diolchgarwch eynes am v eydvmdeimlad a 3 hwy yn en galar 'a'u hiraeth. Hefyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expected in England In the source cusof few days. CATOHING A WOLI-.-A few days since the keeper on the Forest Hall estate, High Ongar, found a young wolf In a rabbit trap sat to catch vermin. The animal had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present visit to this town. MERIDEN. AMATRui CONCuEsT FoiL THEi COVENTRY FeNceD.-.1 most agreeable entertainment asas given at tIle Forest Hall, in aid of the above charity, on Tuesday evening, by a party of clever amateurs froen Leamington, Birmingham, PooEknlton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    killed. The weather all Ils%, was tine overhead, hot'bitterly cold. We began at eleven Ns o'clock sharp with the Forest Hall Stakes, which was silti- Vi mately. divided by Benjamin, who can well here on New Year's S( Day, anti Subscribers-only content

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