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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norton Mandeville Manor

    the college owned 265 acres in Norton Mandeville , most of which lay around Norton Hall in the centre and west of the parish. Norton Hall farm now contained only 164 acres, the rest of the property being separately leased.

    Norton Mandeville Introduction

    the hamlet around it has for long been the main centre of population, although it is 2 miles from Norton Hall and the parish church. The road that links the heath with the hall and the church to the west,

    Parishes Norton-juxta-Kempsey

    the house northward to the Worcester and Pershore high road. There is a small park with a fish-pond at Norton Hall , the residence of Mr. Francis Joynson , and the districts of Hatfield and Littleworth are well wooded. At

    Parishes Wrestlingworth

    who in the same year together with Edward Smyth conveyed the whole manor and estate to James Smyth of Norton Hall . He died in 1895 , and three years later his son, Mr. George Edward Smyth , of Northfield

    Parishes Norton

    Ivel. On slightly higher ground to the west is the old village of Norton . The chief houses are Norton Hall and Payne's Farm, two farms of no special note. These, with the church and cottages irregularly grouped, form the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANIFORTH, John (d.1830), of Norton Hall, Suff.

    (d.1830), of Norton Hall, Suff. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull 1802 151818 Ofifces Held Dir. Bank of England 1807-19; asst. Levant Co. 1817; member, Society of Shipowners 1817. Biography Staniforth’s uncles John Staniforth (d.1798) and Philip Green were Hull shipowners; his father

    PRICE, Richard (1773-1861), of Norton Hall, Knighton, Rad.

    (1773-1861), of Norton Hall, Knighton, Rad. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs 18 Mar. 1799 1847 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Rad. 1794-5. Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Rad. vols. 1803, lt.-col. commdt. 1803, (militia) 1808. Biography A lifelong Tory who augmented his estates through

    GRIFFITH, John Wynne (1763-1834), of Garn, Denb.

    improvements and botany remained his principal interests, and he counted Dr. William Withering and his sister Charlotte Botfield of Norton Hall, Northamptonshire among his closest friends. He visited both in the summer of 1820, and also toured the Wynnes" Merioneth

    PATTESON, John (1755-1833), of Surrey Street, Norwich, Norf.

    business, which he expanded, and subsequently acquired estates at Colney and Bawburgh and, in the right of his wife, Norton Hall in Suffolk. To provide his eldest son with his own line in business, he bought Greaves’s brewery at Norwich

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1686, 21-31, 21 July 1686-31 July 1686

    his said office: viz. himself, John Tooker of the Middle Temple, gent., and James Tooker, his elder brother, of Norton Hall, co. Somerset. [Total ] bond, 600 l . Ibid , p. 328. July 23. Henry Guy to the Customs

    Entry Book, August 1678, 16-31, 01 August 1678-31 August 1678

    George Fothergill, gent., Henry Dacres, Esq., and George Denton, Esq. : total bond 13,000 l . John Tooker, of Norton Hall, co. Somerset, as Receiver General for co. Somerset and Bristol : commission dated Oct. 21 : warrant dated Oct.

    Entry Book, July 1686, 6-10, 06 July 1686-10 July 1686

    be renewed to him ] . Ibid , p. 392. Appending : note of said security. Jno. Tooker of Norton Hall, co. Somerset, gent., Jno. Tooker, his eldest son, of the Middle Temple, gent.: the whole receipt is about 230

    James II - volume 2, May 1687, 01 May 1687-31 May 1687

    . Reference to the Commissioners of the Treasury of the petition of Dorothy Tooker, widow of John Tooker of Norton Hall, Somerset, bailiff of several manors in Somerset and Dorset belonging to the Duchy of Cornwall, for remission of 800 Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, May 1677, 1-10, 01 May 1677-31 May 1677

    given to Mr. Anthony Trethewy at his house in Portugal Row, in Lincolns Inn Fields or to himself at Norton Hall, near Bath. Caveat Book , p. 27. Treasurer Danby to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. You will receive the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iost. at Nrton. Staffordshire, Frederick P. Findan, -sq. of `ihipston.upooGStour, to Clara, third daughter of J. Hawkes, Etq. of Norton Hall. On Saturday so'nnight, at Haodswsotlh. Staffordshire, For.-ster Owen Leigh- tne. Esq. Captairn 5th foot, to M-Ty, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    given under this branch of the author's subject-such, for instance, as the wills of Beriah Botfield, Esq., M.P., of Norton Hall; of James Wood, draper and banker, at Gloucester; of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough; and of Peter Thellusson, of almost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norton and its neigh- h bourhood 'were en fIle, on the occasion of the return of aLieutenaut'-Colonel 'Harrison to Norton Hall, after an absence through illness of about three years. There wets na liberal dieplay of decoratotus along the several Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clover hunter. The shove wvill bie offered as a Talrocut 1 BTise P'roperty' of the laet H. W~a~ler, Eeq., Norton Hall. Two HORSES from the Globe Parcel Rojtresd Odre, i 18-ROWN GELDING, 16 hids; quiet to rho', quiet toa harness, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    satis- factory. Tam MARQllts OF RipeN's YORTON HALL ESTATE.- A correspondent says the Marquis of Ripen has sold the Norton Hall estate, in Lincolnshire, which includes over 7,000 acres of land, to Mr. Hedgeon, a Bradford merchant. '['ii Asros-nsENT Orc Subscribers-only content

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

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    Details: male; 30 Employment: servingman Location: Durham Place(s): Houghton (Houghtonne) : ecclesiastical parish Unclear which parish of Houghton is meant. Durham (Dunelm) : diocese Location: Newby (Newby) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Norton Hall(Norton Hall) : habitation Cannot identify

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