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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodmancote Manors and other estates

    82 In the 18th century and earlier 19th Morley farm and Park (or Morley Park ) farm seem to have remained in one ownership. Morley Park farm, of 166 a., was settled in 1768 on the marriage of John Plumer

    Woodmancote Economic history

    team in 1086 ; 73 the farm had 200 a. in 1434 , including 80 a. of pasture in Morley park. 74 The demesne farm of Wick manor in 1318 had c . 160 a. 75 Those three demesne farms

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Germany, now Cambridge Terrace, Scarborough, agent. JAPIETH HARTLEY & JAMES MTCunhLL, trading as Walker,. Hartley, and Co., Albion Mlis, Morley Park, Cross Street, Leeds, both Yorkshire, woollen and worsted manufacturers. JONAS XITOnrLL, Hyde Park Road, Basinghall Street, both Leeds, cotton-waste Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - On Tuesday monming a fatal accident occurred to Mr. Charles Disney, the proprietor of extensive ironworks situate at Morley Park, a few nilles from Derby. On Monday evening Mr. Disney was out on business with a horse aud gig. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more especially of foundry pig is steadily increasing. FAILURE IN THE IRON TRADE. Mr. Henry C. Disney, of the Morley Park Ironworks, Derbyshire, has suspended payment. The books have been placed in the hands of Messrs. Harrison and Co., accountants;of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    followinelogoiftout Artiats, Havrvoed Hardy IV. H. Hotidnfl DRvid IIarily 1Wil1lie J1. Syar hflnuoley E, G. IMuller filtolef Ii. Parkc Morley Park Shart'orne 1lv. S. Jonee Looarpurt'.tl Shavn~es Maoeler AnSiniie, atid othora. ,Tine Saol well oonnroeno at 1 no'locke precisoly. 473 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    APPRENTICE Required, for Wore Room, Under Linco, A gt Socking, Ac.-S2, Small brook Street. c1579 LX prmium thre yem.-Patscnars.refeences, Morley Park, 4 RUITECT Wantcd, immeelialely; temporary aesistanee.- AN Adreso, E. 79, Daily Pact. c7?6 RTCE-CLERtIC-Firtn of Chartered Accountants (old estab- Subscribers-only content

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