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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Acton Trussell and Bednall

    Moat House , Acton , stands on the site of the former manor-house of the Trussells at the south end of Acton Trussell village on low ground in the river valley. In 1666 Mrs. Dickenson of the Moat House was

    Cranford Churches

    the later 17th century, for one rector then is known to have lived in the Moat House . It is said that the Moat House continued to be used by the rectors until 1771: it was demolished in 1780 .

    Cranford Manors

    to have held some land in Cranford before 1618, as in 1614 she appears as the lessor of the Moat House and orchards. 79 In 1616 one-fourth part of the manors seems to have been in the hands of Sir

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Coundon

    parish was formed by the main road to Tamworth , where it climbs on to the high ground beyond Moat House in Keresley , and the south-east by Scots Lane and part of the modern Southbank Road near the lodge

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Walsgrave-on-Sowe

    was called Main Pit Farm and Moat House Farm (originally Attoxhale) became Wyken Colliery Farm. Another new shaft, called the Alexandra Colliery , was opened still later in the century near Moat House Farm. 58 The nineteen cottagers who were

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 24 March 1645, 24 March 1645-24 March 1645

    in Parliament, That the Houses, Lands, and Tenements, of the said John Lord Finch , ( videlicet ), the Moat House and Lands within the Walls, and the House and Lands let to Pollin , and all Lands thereunto belonging,

    Index, J,K

    Town , Kentysshtowne [in St. Pancras ] , Middx., 869. Kenton , Suff., 944. Kents , Kentys [ alias Moat House, in North Shoebury ] , Essex, 115. Kenwick , Kenwyk [in Tilney ] , Norf., manor, 841. Kenycotehyll. See Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    of London, 739. Shitlingdon. See Shillington. Shobyngdon. See Shabbington. Shoebury , North, Northshobury, Essex, 115. -, Kents [ alias Moat House ] manor in, 115. Shoebury , South, Southshobury, Essex, 115. Sholdham. See Shuldham. Shopwyke. See Shapwick. Shordyche , Robert, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymiut~ricali framem, a my mnaiir piinpee' or1rprdfrtale, and mot ofth licaa!.Sale at I ocloclr. p, e ~ld at the Moat House Farm. four milem from lka nn1. wile frerm Acock'n Green Station. GAVtO' Mye ryb bilad on Ap,.icttoatlon thre Auctionieera, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Hicken. NEw MAGISTRATES.-Sir'Henry Foley Lambert, Bart., Enville; Mr. George Meakin, The Hayes, Stone: and Mr. Edward Hollins, jun., Moat House, Tamworth, qualified as justices of the peace for the county. THE FINANCE CoMMITTEE.-The Finance Committee in its report submitted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. S. WnrrrTsr.-We have to record the demise, at an advanced age, of Mr. J. S. Whittem, "of the Moat House, Walsgrave-on-Sowe. The sad event occurred at the deceased gentleman's residence, on Mon- day, and has cast a gloom over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Registry, 6b, Balcony, Great Westera Arcade. 09110 aO SEand Parlotur M1aid, also Nurse and Needloceonion. Moat LIunderotand duties.-Apply, Sadler, Moat House, Suotion.Cold-- field. . c8798 LuOSMI ae26), wages £010., four years' personal .LLefersn WnsSituatlon.-Edgbeilston Registry, 46, Cherry Street. c8787 jjO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' COUNrY COUNCIL ELECTIONS: THE NOMINATIONS. Yesterday wsv the date fixed for the nomination 1 of candidates for the County Councils of Warwick- shire, Staffordshire, and Worcestershire, preparatory to the. olling on the 24th inst. We give below the Subscribers-only content

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