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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lewknor

    to be possessed of Moor Court . 89 In a deed of 1374 Sir Robert Symeon styles himself lord of the Moor at Lewknor and stipulates for the payment of a rent charge at Moor Court ( curia de la

    Parishes Romsey Extra and Infra

    (q.v. supra ). However, the names More Malwyn and More Abbess have now disappeared, and the estate is called MOOR COURT , which was probably the name given to the house which John the younger son of Richard Dowce built

    Minchinhampton Introduction

    the Revd. G. Williams . 76 Williams was living there in 1863 77 and the house, which was renamed Moor Court , was acquired before 1879 by Lord Charles Pelham-Clinton 78 who lived there until his death in 1894 .

    Ancient earthworks

    as the supposed site of John of Gaunt's castle. Lewknor .-A rectangular moat completely surrounding the buildings known as Moor Court , with entrance from the east. (See plan.) Newton Purcell .-Remains of a moat on the east of the

    Parishes Shirburn SHIRBURN CASTLE and VILLAGE in 1736

    Upper Icknield Way is now only a grass track, and the Lower Icknield Way , running from Pyrton to Moor Court in Lewknor , is no longer a through road though it was still used as one in the 18th

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    Orders or Rules to be observed by them. Cradle Court, indifferent good; nigh unto which is a Carpenters Yard. Moor Court , small and ordinary. Little Moorfields , or the Back street, now so called, to distinguish it from the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C~vxwAnL.-George Hulme Hawley (C) solicitor, Blyth Bridge, town clerk, and magistrates clerk of Longton; 'Alfred Sobier Bolton (L), gentleman, Moor Court, Oakamoor. Cosztei.-East: Joseph Luther Greenway (L), Summerhill, galvanised-iron manufacturer and Henry Lewis (C), ironmaster, Handsworth. #et: James Bates (LB, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    murderer su;-> cecded in making his escape, having previously stabbed Mrs. CoLLINs in the face. Mr. WILLIAMSS PUDGE, of Moor Court Farm, Eggleton, near Ledbury, was accidentally killed on his own farm on Thursday. lie sas out rabbit shooting, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cales 'lollbar, at 12. ,h R1ADmNORoSHIRE AND WE8T HFIxc'rODiueirix:-Thin day, March 1 20, R~adnar Ftoreot Wood : Thmursday, 201. Moor Court Loli,ol tMlonday, April 2, Stammer Gate ; Friday, 0, Pahitacastls, at 20.:12. Suuisl'surixio (Noerau).-Thisi day, March 22, Tito lKeioeia, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iowenell falal ; 13. St. ,febn Mdatthcews, Lawnes Weeod.; jeoirge S. Tudor, Laisley C. Blatclilf, Wycddeington; A. S. Boltos, Moor Court ; 1H. Sleigh. Leek : E. T. .1. 11. Nugent, Forebridge; B3. Armi- tags, Rawley Ball ; Win. Adanms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall. U.D.Oxniceciras1 AND er W xerl[ ocecei-eotIr; (at 10.30).-This day, February 18, Bress-ardline Meeondeay, 21, Lingese ; Friday, 25, Moor Court sLosge. RUoLAND, DulIse rev (at 11).-This day, February 13, Neisby. SrAsroimsrinesc, NoTre (at 11)-'This day, February 1B, 5Wriecisill Village Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    to Beckley , and the owners fined. The established customs and usages were presented by the Jury at a Moor Court , held on the 26th of September 1687 , and em¬ bodied in the Orders then made, and which Subscribers-only content

    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    usages, and regulations, as to the right of common, are contained in the presentment of the Jury at the Moor Court held in 1687 , as before stated, and which are printed at the end of this book. It appears Subscribers-only content

    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    the Court called the Moor Court , holden at Beckley , in the County of Oxford , September 26, 1687 . Imprimis, It is ordered, that the Common of Otmore shall belong to none but the in¬ habitants of the Subscribers-only content

    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    to Beckley , and the owners fined. The established customs and usages were presented by the Jury at a Moor Court , held on the 26th of September 1687 , and em¬ bodied in the Orders then made, and which Subscribers-only content

    The case of Otmoor: with the Moor orders, 1831

    usages, and regulations, as to the right of common, are contained in the presentment of the Jury at the Moor Court held in 1687 , as before stated, and which are printed at the end of this book. It appears Subscribers-only content

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