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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Whalley

    Nowells of Read. 56 The estate is now owned by Mr. Henry Wilson Worsley-Taylor , who resides there. 57 Moreton Hall is a modern building in the Elizabethan style erected in 1829 by John Taylor in place of an older

    Townships Billington

    Braddyll by royal warrant in 1776 . 82 Brockhall was about 1800 purchased from him by James Taylor of Moreton Hall , Whalley , from whom it has descended to Mr. Henry Wilson Worsley-Taylor , the present owner. Braddyll of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURGH, John II (d.1434), of Wallington, Surr.

    a loan. In December 1401, however, he was awarded revenues worth 24 marks a year from the manor of Moreton Hall in Essex, during the minority of the duke of Norfolk’s heir. This was followed seven months later with the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derbyniodd yr ysgrifenydd y Ilythyr canlynol oddiwrth Lady Morgan, a diau y darllenir ef gyda dyddordeb gan eich darllenwyr. Moreton Hall, Chirk. Medi lleg, 1897, Anwyl Mr. Hooson, Pan dderbyniais eich Ilythyr, yr oeddwn ar fedr ysgrifenu atoch i gyflwyno Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of this institution, held on 5th December, a donation of £5. was announced, from the Rev. T. Warren, of Moreton Hall, near Feckenham, per Mr. Warden. Tim DISTRESS iN CovENTRY.-The Mayor has Issued circulars, of which the following is a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smith and Samuel Smith, Birmingham, brassfounders.- William OlCardi and Jlames Hessing M-Cardie, Biirninghaum, wholesalebraberdaslers.-Icobert Al'Gill and Jobn Henry Peck, Moreton Hall Colliery, Shropshire. colliery owners. DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS. Joseph Woodward, Adbaston and Chatcull, Staffordshire, farmer-div. of OQd. any Thursday, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months. Second: Exhibitorand breeder, George Moore, Esq., Appleby Hall, Atberstone, "Rake" ago, 2 years. Third: Exhibitor, Mr. Jahn Ford, Moreton Hall, near Warwick: breeder, Mr John Worsey, Lower Clopton, " Fop," age 2e Yars a months. Highly eomrodnded: Exhibitor, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Paul's, Schools, Spark- brook, i5s. lld.; Church ot the Saviour (special dona- tion), the Rev. Thomas Warren, of Moreton Hall, £5. ; Harborne Parish Church, Mr. T. Short, ;ul., (special donation), £21.; Mr. Councillor Brinsley (special donation to the Subscribers-only content

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