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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Castle Bromwich

    Argent a fesse with three roundels gules in the chief . The manor of PARK HALL , or THE LODGE , was first called Park Hall in 1365 , 36 and in 1405 appears as Le Logge juxta Bromwiche. 37

    Townships Charnock Richard

    of free warren led to the formation of a park, 10 and the distinguishing name of the Park or Park Hall 11 for that share of the manor. Like the other Lea manors, it descended to the Hoghtons of Hoghton

    Parishes Water Orton

    the family of Arden with Park Hall in Castle Bromwich (q.v.), passin g on the death of Robert Arden in 1643 to his four sisters 9 and subsequently to the Bridgemans with Park Hall . A so-called manor of Water

    Parishes Pedmore

    of the manor in 1322 , 19 but Sarah was still holding it in 1323 . 20 Arderne of Park Hall . Ermine a fesse checky or and azure . In 1339-40 John de Simplingford sold the manor to Walter

    Parishes Wishaw

    in 1537 , when lands here were held by John Lisle of John Ardern as of his manor of Park Hall . 48 The family of Lisle occurs as early as 1227, when Margery de Lisle was dealing with land

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 0 DDYDD LDun, yr 21ain o'r mis hwn, byd y 26ain, cynhelir cynbadledd yn Mildmay Park Hall, Llundain, i gymeryd i ystyriaeth y gwaith amrywiol aydd yzn cael ei ddwyn ymlaen ar y meusydd cenbadol tramor. Deunaw mlynedd i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn iaith calon ymiloedd oedd yn gwrando Y arnynt. - n Nos Wener, rhoddodd Maer ein tref wledd yn Park Hall er aarhydeddu ymweliad Syr Samuel W. Griffitli, prif weinidog Queen's Land. Diwrnod cyn hyny cafodd Syr- Samuel anrhydedd cyffelyb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diwrnod eyflwyno r y graddau cyntaf i fyfyrwyr ynglyn a Phrif.N ysgol-Cymru, ac anrhydeddwyd pymitheg o efrydwyr llwyddianus yn Park Hall, aer-. dydd. Cymerid cryn ddyddordeb: m Y yr aingylchiad, ao yr cedd nifer dda 'p res- enol, ac yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychiwaitb, yn anghofio g nai Cymru ydyw yr hynaf. Yn yr hwyr, c. anerebodd gyfarf d dirwestol yu y Park Hall, a gan sefyll yo ¢ryf dros Iwyr-ymwrthodiad. Ni I, chlywyd erioed don iachach mewn araeth ddir- a westol, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y dosbart'i- il- iadaa canol ac uchaf P' Yni yr hwyr yr oedd cyfar- ra- fod mawr yn y Park Hall. Ts- Dydd Mercher ymweloidd y cynrychiolwyra phalas rif Arglwydd Windsor, a chynhaliwyd amryw gvfarfod o vfl1, a chvngerdd dirwestol Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Simancas, December 1583, 01 December 1583-31 December 1583

    the following day. He strangled himself, however, two hours af ter his arrival in the prison. Edward Arden, of Park Hall, Warwickshire. Both he and his wife were put on their trial, and the man was executed in Smithfield as

    Treasury Warrants, August 1717, 1-5, 01 August 1717-05 August 1717

    Leyburn's at Natebey 3 4 6 the like at Mr. Dalton's of Thurnham 3 4 6 the like at Park Hall, belonging to Mr. Dalton 3 4 6 the like at Mr. Hodgson's [Hodshon's ] at Leighton [in Warton ]

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    employed in the King's service warrants to have use of journals, etc., of Parliament Park Hall , Reedham, Norfolk. See Berney, Richard, of Park Hall. Parliament , Acts of, mentioned false reports of the King's intention to summon petition for Subscribers-only content

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1894-5

    Central Free Library. Special Committee resolved upon presenting the Freedom of the Borough to Sir Edward Reed at the Park Hall, Sir Edward's consent thereto having been given. On 28 September Sir Edward James Reed, Knight Commander of the Bath,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1566-31 December 1579

    from persons in Place de Gr ve in, letter dated from Sorbonnists in travellers to or from troops to Park Hall , co. Warwick, resident at Parker , Henry, 10th Lord Morley cook to lands, & c. of letters of Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1836/2

    : undefined Location: Leigh (Lancashire) Place(s): Tyldesley Banks (Tyldesley Banks) : undefined Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s): Park Hall(Park Hall) : undefined Location: Deane (Lancashire) Place(s): Moss Bank (Moss Bank) : undefined Location: Bolton Le Moors (Lancashire) Place(s):

 

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