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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonehouse Manors and other estates

    and George Giffard had an interest in it in 1591 . 93 A small estate, including the house called MORE HALL in the north-east of the parish, was held by a branch of the Fowler family from the 16th to

    Randwick Manor

    127. C.P. 25(2)/143/ 1851/4 . Glos. R.O., D 1349/25 . C.P. 25(2)/297/5 Jas. 1 East./24; presumably Anselm Fowler of More Hall : see below, p. 275. Bigland , Glos . ii. 24. Glos. R.O., P 263/CW 4/1; for the Mitchell

    Stonehouse Nonconformity

    on the corner of the main street and Oldend Lane in 1967 ; 98 the Roman Catholic chapel at More Hall in the north-east of the ancient parish also had a local congregation. 99 Compton Census. See p. 274. G.D.R.

    Parishes Birlingham

    elder brother William. Mr. Robert Woodward sold the estate in 1912 in lots to various purchasers. The manor of MORE HALL was held of the Abbot of Westminster 's manor of Birlingham . 62 It seems to have come into

    Parishes Ardeley

    if the farmer of Ardeley Bury be excepted. 99 It is said that a John 'de la More' conveyed More Hall to John Munden about 1317, and that Munden shortly afterwards conveyed to John de Wylye , parson, of Walton

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

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    CP.G.1558

    Waldworth (Waldworth) : undefined village Location: Darfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Darfield (Darfeld) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ecclesfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): More Hall(More Hall, Moore Hall) : habitation Location: Ecclesfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Spout Ho (The Spoute House, Spoutehowse) : habitation Location: Ecclesfield

    CP.G.1618

    : chapelry Ecclesfield (Ecclesfeld) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ecclesfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bradfield (Bradfeilde, Bradfeild) : chapelry Ecclesfield (Ecclesfelde, Ecclesfeilde) : ecclesiastical parish Location: More Hall (Morehall) : habitation Location: Castle Field (Castlefeld) : fieldname Location: Haggan Field (Hagganfeld) : fieldname

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEE, Sir Walter (c.1350-1395), of Albury, Herts.

    Queen Hoo Hall. In addition to these holdings in Hertfordshire, he inherited the Essex manors of Barn Hall and More Hall in Tolleshunt Knights, Hassobury in Farnham (with their advowsons), Copt Hall in Little Wigborough and Gobions in Great Leighs,

    NEWPORT, Robert (d.1416/17), of Pelham Furneux, Herts.

    of Lee’s Essex estates comprised holdings in Salcott and Virley, as well as the manors of Barn Hall and More Hall in Tolleshunt Knights. Over the next few years, Newport was closely involved with his sister-in-law, Joan, and her husband,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nRURY-LANE.-To-morrow, Pizarro. And Harlequin and the D Talking Bird, the Singing Tress, and Golden Waters,-Taesday, Der Frei- scbatz.-Wediesday, the Fatal Dowry, by Massinger. - cOVENT-GARDIEN.-To-monrow, George.>Barnwell: And Har- lequin and the raron of Wantly;- or, More o0 More Hall.-Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days. The 'ea.! may be readily anticipated; the Knight slats the Dragon, which, v comes the Clown; More of More Hall, and Mayflowerforthwith c!: into Harlequin and Columbine; the old father into Pantaloon, et as Foppiagton says in the play, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aCEYP LANE.-Monday, Massinger's Fatal Dowry.-Tuesday, per Freischotz.-Wedneaday, The Fatal. Dowry.-Thursday, Der Freis- -Friday, The Fatal Dowry--The New Pautomrime every Evening. OVgENT-GARDEN.-Monday, Romeo and Juliet. And iar- lquis and the Dragon of Wantley; or, More, of More Hall.-Tuesday, As uklike Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DRURY LANE.-Monday, A New Way to Pay Old Debts. Sir Giles Overreach, Mr. Kean. And iOld and Young. The Four Mowbrays, by Miss Clara Fisher.-Tuesday, Der Freiochutz.-Wednesday, The Fall of Algiers. And a New Ballet.-Thursday, Der Freischutz.-Friday, Hamlet. Hamlet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flRURY-LANIE.-Monday, King Richard III. And the New Pantosnime._Tuesday, The Fall of Algiers. And the Rossignol.-Thursday, ber Freischitti. And the New Pantomimoe.-Friday, an Oratorio.-Saturday, Othello. With My Uncle Gabriel. jONVENT-GARDEN.-Monday, DerFreishchutz. And Harlequin ,, ud the Dragon of Wantl,; or, Subscribers-only content

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