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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Campion Hall

    Rev. Bartholomew Price , who had just been appointed Master of Pembroke College . This house, formerly known as Middleton Hall , had originally been the 'grange' where the nuns of Godstow Abbey received the rents of the manor of

    Parishes Middleton

    Tamworth . Two branches westward from this road converge to lead into the little village lying round the church. Middleton Hall , 1 mile east of the church, is built on three sides of a quadrangle open to the north.

    Townships Middleton

    Hallgate are mentioned. The gifts have already been recorded. In 1583 the estate was demised by the Crown, as Middleton Hall and lands, to John Packington for sixty years; Pat. 25 Eliz. , pt. v. An earlier lease had been

    Parishes Middleton St. George

    steeply to the river, except in the south-east corner, where there is some low-lying land. 2 Here stands Lower Middleton Hall , close to the left bank of the Tees. It is an old threestoried building with red brick front

    Parishes Longparish

    Ryves Hawker, whose ancestors have been there for many generations. 2 It lies between East Aston and Longparish . Middleton Hall (with its park), the residence of Mr. Cecil Lowry Wade , is between Middleton and Forton . Gravel Acre

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Middleton

    seat. Cumberland Pacquet . 1791 5 March. Died Wednesday se'nnight at Walthamstow in Essex, the Rev. Adam Askew, of Middleton Hall, brother to Henry Askew of Redheugh near Newcastle. Newcastle Chronicle . 1809 14 April. The water course or beck

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, March 1584, 01 March 1584-31 March 1584

    not accompanied by Sir Cuthbert Layton's son, but by one of that name. They lodged with Edward Middleton, of Middleton Hall, Westmoreland, a man of great living, whose servant, Dixon, the next day took them to Alex. Featherstone, at Featherstonehaugh, Subscribers-only content

    Vandeput - Vyner

    Oct 1688 f William Vyner of Warwick (1646) and Eathorpe, Warw, gent m Susanna, da of Francis Fulwood of Middleton Hall, Derbs (5), mar (B) 1665, Mary, wid of Sir Thomas Hyde of Walton, Berks, Bt, and da of John


    said Francis Vaughan and his heirs. 3 About thirty years later i t was acquired by John Middleton of Middleton Hall, esq., who afterwards sold it to Sir Richard Shuttleworth, of Gawthorpe, Lancs., knighted in 1684 and died 1687, in


    death. Chan. Inq. p. mort., ser.ii, vol. 192, n. 34. 1593 John Midleton paid yearly 1 6s. 8d. for Middleton Hall (Marquis Fee); Survey at Levens. 1604 Inquest taken at Kirbye Kendall 1 Sept r , 2 James I (1604)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where he now is. SHOCKING OCCURRENcr.-At the latter end of last week a painful excite- meat took place at Middleton Hall, in consequence of a prevailing report that a young femnale domestic in the establishment of the Earl of Jersey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BARNARD, Keeper. INE UPAND MEADOW HAY. Ahout TWVO HUNDRED and TWENTY LOADS to be SOLD, by Mr 'I'HORNTOte, at Middleton Hall, Ureneetw d, Essex, on TUESDAY N EXTT, 'tth Mrch, at 'nvo o'Clock precisely, in Five Lots, in good con- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Alianson Picton and at Howe Congregational Church, Blue Anchor-road, Ber- mondsey, chairman, Rev. J. Sinclair. On Wednesday at Middleton Hall, Islington, chairman, Mr T. Chatfield Clarke. On Thursday at Eastern Hall, Commercial-road, chairman, Mr Potto. Oa Friday at Portcullis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    temperance lecturer, and con- nected with a Secularist community in the town, fre- i of quently attending lectures at Middleton Hall, Prospect don lRow. During-the past eighteen months he had frequently been intoxicated, and during the past week he had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .ab the Dog end l'artridae Inn Slly OaIC-GROWING OROPS of Mowing GRA-SS and WIIE.T; HAY and CLOVEIR loaks, at Middleton Hall Fann, Nortbileld. 846 -DY JAMES & LISTER LBA & SON, THIS DAY " 16Vednesdey), at 7 at The Mart, Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Edward Middleton [Middleton; Midleton] Role: defendant Details: male; esquire Location: Pickering (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Middleton Hall(Middleton Hall) : habitation <p><!-- /* Font Definitions */ @font-face {font-family:"Cambria Math"; panose-1:2 4 5 3 5 4 6 3


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