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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Moreton Manors

    . 55 In 1708 it had 11 freeholders and 17 copyholders whose rents amounted to £6 11 s . 10 d ., much more than those of Nether Hall . 56 In 1722, two years after selling Nether Hall

    Burton-upon-Trent Manor and other estates

    a J.P. for the county, and he was probably living at Nether Hall by at least 1656: 9 the house he occupied in 1666 (pre- sumably Nether Hall ) was one of the largest in Burton , being assessed for

    Parishes Roydon ROYDON 1980 ROYDON VILLAGE c. 1597

    to its sale to Thomas Colte (d. 1471) of Nether Hall , whose widow was holding Down Hall at her death in 1475 . 93 Down Hall descended with Nether Hall in the Colte family until 1624, when Sir Henry

    Burton-upon-Trent Charities for the poor

    , and niece of Thos. Blount of Nether Hall in Burton : Hist. Parl., Commons , 1509- 1558 , i. 451-2; Shaw , Staffs . i. 12; above, manor ( Nether Hall ). Sir Hugh Paulet of Somerset was her

    Magdalen Laver Manor

    St. Thomas's Hospital , Southwark : Wright, Hist. Essex , ii, 350. In 1724 he purchased the manor of Nether Hall in Moreton (q.v.). E.R.O., D/DA T199; ibid. D/DU 201/35. E.R.O., D/DU 201/35. Ibid. E.R.O., D/DU 199/17. E.R.O., D/DU 201/35.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Mansergh

    Order of Sessions. ( Ibid .). The order was confirmed 13 July following. Ibid . 1726 Jacob Dawson of Nether Hall in Mansergh, who built the chapel there in 1726, died in June, 1735. Alex. Pearson, Material for an account


    1635 the reputed manor of the Nether Hall was acquired by Roland Dawson . . . . of Mr. Jacob Dawson, who built the chapel of Mansergh on his estate of Nether Hall. Rigmaden may have been the property of

    Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha

    2 3 " William Martindale 3 0 James Taylor 4 6 Birks Robert Stainbank 3 0 " 4 6 Nether Hall and Coppack Hill William Talsher 17 3 9 2 3 Poor House (later) Robert Taylor 2 3 John Taylor

    Index of names and places, N

    ii. 1334, 1381. Netch , Sir John, of Dawick, ii. 1153, 1392. Nether Exe (Netherey), co. Devon, ii. 1430. Nether Hall in Crosscanonby (Netherhall), co. Cumberland, ii. 1429. Nethercern . See Cerne. Nethercote (Nethercoat), Thomas, i. 622, 641: ii. 37,

    Index, N,O

    , Yorks, manor, 771. Netheravon , Netherhavyn, Wilts, manor, 937. Nethercot , William, scholar, 229. Netherhall , Cumb., 818. Nether Hall , in Bradfield, Essex, 381. Netherheyford. See Heyford, Nether. Netherwent. See Gwent, Nether. Nethirtynton. See Toynton, Low. Netley , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meroylogs). belonging to Ut H. R. HA.Iil Esq., Silver Fir, Church Road, Stsoseley, formerly, the propeity of.T. Ecoe, Esq.. Nether Hall, Scamptoftequiet ride and iltive, sound; passes trains; thoroughly good worker; 6 years. teas. C333L II3 ANDStOi4kl think Walsh Puny, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. Graham Greene, private secretary to Lord George Hamilton, is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever at Nether Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, the residence of his father, Mr. Edward Greene, MLP. for the Stow- market division of Suffolk. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grass seeds. LIST OF JUDGES, &a. CA=lt.Shorthlorns, Scots, and Crosses: Mr T. H. Hutchinson. Catterick, Yorkshire; Air A. Moutgomery, Nether Hall, Castle Douglas, N.B. Herefords, Devons, Longhorns, Welsh, and Extra Stock: Mir H. Haywood, Blakemere House, near Hereford; MIr H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DE,&TH or MRt. E. Gisxscs, M.P.-We regret to1 announce that Mr. Edward Greene, MYNL., died yester- I day, at Nether Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, Mr. Greene was son of the late Mr. Benjamin Greene, of Blooms- bury, a West India Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the stream, as did his brother.-Evideace to the same effect was given by a Mr. Green, the tenant of Nether Hall, and this was followed by scientiic evidence. -At the close of the plaintiffs' case, Mr. Neville-sub- mitted that the Subscribers-only content

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

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    [Lytster; Litster] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Nether Hall (Netherhall) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Place(s): Gisburn (YorkshireWestRiding) Gisburn (Gisburn, Gysburne) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: farmer of tithes in Nether Hall Participant: John Loud [Lowd] Role: defendant Details:

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