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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Moreton Manors

    manor, they had before 1400 become separate manors, ev entually known as Bourchiers or Nether Hall and Ladyhall or Upper Hall . After the division of Moreton manor, the services by which it had been held of the king were

    Moreton Introduction

    The church 16 is immediately north-east of the rectory. Opposite the church is a lane to Nether Hall and Upper Hall . 17 About ¼ mile farther along the Fyfield road is Maltings Farm, a low two-story cottage, probably converted

    Townships Satterthwaite

    7 At GRATTHWAITE since 1530 there have been seated two families of note. That of Sandys , of the Upper Hall , has already come into view at Esthwaite. 8 William Sandys , 9 father of the archbishop, had a

    Parishes Hampton Lovett

    403. The name survived as Over or Upper Hall Manor until 1626, but the manor appears after that time to have become me rged in Hampton Lovett Manor . The name Upper Hall still survives in a farmhouse. De Banco

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction Westbury-on-Severn and Churcham area c. 1965

    the Plough Inn in 1788 and until c . 1880. 29 There is another small group of cottages near Upper Hall , all of them of brick with the exception of a derelict timber-framed cottage of one story and dormered

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canol, 69; 4 W Edward Edwards, Llanrhaiadr, 68f; 5 Margaret Wil- g liens, Cefollyfnog, Llanfeebain, 67; 6 Snsannah Jones, Upper Hall, Bontnewydd, 57; 7 Robert Charles Jones, Pentnefell, 55 ; S Harriet Parry, Liverpool House, j LlannhaiadrJ .53; 9 Catherine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G ALLERY of BRONZES d'ART.-F. BARBEDIENNE and CO. of Paris, respeotfully inform the British public that a complete collection of their MATLE- MATICAL REDUCTIONS, by the process of h. Collas, from the obefs-d'oeuvre of Antique and Modevn Btatuary in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G ,ALLERY of BRONZES d'ART.-F. A BARBREDIENNE and Co. of Paris, respectfully inform the British public that a complete collection ofthei MAHE MATICAL REDUCTIONS, by the process of M. Collas. from the chefs-d'euvre of Antique and Modern Statuary in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    U ALLERY of BRONZES d'ART.-F. thr b8ARBEDIEINNE and CO. of Paris, respeetfaUlly inform XeiCieh publi that a complete collection of their MATEE- tbe A e DtUItTIO S. by the process of M. Collas, from t;r3, Uefd !uTre ot Anbeue Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester square, and of Mr Henry Smart, 4 Begent'i park terrace. Z OOLOGICAL CONCERT-LOVE'S EN- TERPAINMENTS. VENTRILOQUISM EXTRAOR. DIN&R.Y. Upper Hall, Regent Gallery, o9 Quadrant, Regent street, completely re-fitted for the occasion, with new entrances, new stage, new cloak rooms, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    or promotions, petitions or requests for recommendations, & c., for, see also Oxford and Cambridge. Upnor (or Upper) Castle Upper Hall (Hereford) Upton , John. Mr. Urlyn , John Urquhart , Alex John Sir Thos. Urrie , Sir John Lady, Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 3, June 1-11, 1660, 01 June 1660-11 June 1660

    Hereford, for a lease, at the old rent of 18 l . 6 s . 8 d., of the Upper Hall, in the donation of the Bishop of Hereford; it was long in possession of his ancestors, but he lost Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1538, 26-31, 01 May 1538-31 May 1538

    . Sir Edm. Howard, lord Howard, and William lord Howard. Licence to alienate the manor called Lady Hall, alias Upper Hall, Essex, and all lands, & c., in Morton Shelley, Alta Laver, Parva Laver, and Bobyngworth, Essex, to Thos. duke

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