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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Wallingford Honour and borough

    was soon afterwards sold, the proceeds being invested in Government stock. 159 In addition there was pasture land in Old Moor , otherwise Portman's Moor, in St. Leonard 's parish, and a small plot of arable land. The common rights

    The borough of Wallingford Introduction and castle

    after the Dissolution. 27 It was given to the town in 1912 by the owner, Mr. Powyss Lybbe. The Old Moor or Portman's Moor (known a Porthmannefeld in the time of Edward I , when part of it was given

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BATES, Thomas (by 1526-87), of Morpeth and Holywell, Northumb.

    the rebellion he was shown as holding lands in East Cherington, Holywell, Little Benton, Longhirst, Milburn, Morpeth, Morwick and Old Moor, and after regaining his freedom he added others in East Hartford, Morpeth and Ovingham, and took leases on the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    Carleton pursuing them (4th July), 546; seven taken prisoners to Carlisle (5th), 547. Old Failton : defects of, 78. Old Moor : muster of, 78; defects, ib . Oliphant (Olyfaunt), Lord: passport to (8th Dec.), 581. Oliver , Ric.: prisoner, Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    129, 355, 792. Syria (Surrey, Surye) , I. 598; II. 1122, 1127. -, the Old Moor of, I. 1190 (2). Syroksee. See Ziroczee.-, the Old Moor of, I. 1190 (2). Syson , Thos., abbot of Garendon, II. 800. Syston ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "unvarnished tale" is as follows: Whilst four men and a boy were at work in a pit at the Old Moor, Moor Lane, a "tree" and its accompanying "lid " by some mischance fell, and a few tols of coal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and was proceed- ing slowing with the trucks to the Oaks Colliery, when they were run into at the Old Moor or Elsecar Junction by a goods train 1 from Doncsetor, which at the time was psoceoding at a rapid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -WANTED" IGLASS OF ADVERTISEMENTS. PREPAID RATES apply to the felo-iuxg: Classes of Advertise.' mrtmts, to the eze?,scion of all trade addresses: flottiE To LEt On 8ALE. Ptrsnr, ltllSCs;LLANEoW5 AsmenLYSca APAR7stsoio,-z fitACtiI'NERY AttD TOOtS, LOST OR. Fousa. 16 Words, once Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ing, toget her with tite Allot- incits or tueloaures, adjoining the Tursplice-Enad, and called rice Newe Moor and the Old Moor, and containing altogether, by Admeasurement. l2A. fill. Ide., or thereabouts. The foregoing Estates present a most favourable Opportunity1 for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the Allot. C, men ts or Inclosures, adjoining the Turnpllce-Road, and called at the New Moor and the Old Moor, and containing altogether, by la Admeasurement, l6lA, 3Ra .2P., or thereabouts. The foregoing Estates present a most favourable Opportunity Subscribers-only content

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