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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hullavington

    the late 14th Surrendell manor descended in the Middlehope family: Richard Middlehope held it as 1 knight's fee in 1242 -3, 206 William Middlehope held it in 1281 , 207 and William Middlehope , possibly another, in the period 1304-25

    Easthope EASTHOPE IN 1842

    facing north-west, the land slopes down to Plaish brook. The rest of the parish, named in relation to Westhope and Middlehope , occupies a broad-headed valley (OE. hop ), 59 called Knaves Dale in the 18th century, 60 which lies

    Stanton Long

    to Sir Nicholas Burnell , 25 beyond whom it has not been traced. In the mid 12th century William of Middlehope seems to have held the moiety under the Fourches family, and he sold ½ hide at Patton to Joce

    Munslow MUNSLOW c. 1840

    Tugford , and from Beambridge to Baucott. North and west from the Wenlock-Ludlow road led the ways from Diddlebury to Middlehope via Bache Mill ; from Beambridge and from Hungerford to Upper Millichope and Rushbury (the former a new road

    Index K-Z

    , see prehistoric remains Metcalf , Eliz., Methodists , plate Metz , Warin of, Micklethwait, R. M. , Middlehope , Wm. of, Middlehope (in Diddlebury ) , Middlemore Emigration Homes , see Selly Oak Middlesex , see Clerkenwell ; Finchley

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WELE, John (d.1420), of Oswestry, Salop.

    ill with dysentery, made a codicil to his will on 10 Oct., he promised Wele the manors of Bouldon and Middlehope (Shropshire) for life.[footnote] Arundel’s death relegated Wele to comparative obscurity, and he was removed from the Shropshire bench. He

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 May 1809, 4 May 1809

    James Graham and others : With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for enclofmg a Moor " or Common called Middlehope, within the Park and " Foreft of Weardale, in the Parifh of Stanhope, in the " County of Durham;" Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1809, 8 May 1809

    pleafe. Hodie 2a vice lefia efl Billa, intituled, " An Act for Mid^ebo " enclofing a Moor or Common called Middlehope, Enclofure " within the Park and Foreft of Weardale, in the Parifh Bül> " of Stanhope, in the County Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1809, 10 May 1809

    of the whole Houfe. Ordered, That the Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill on Friday next. Middlehope Enclofure Bill. The Lord Walfingham made the like Report from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, a Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1809, 12 May 1809

    in the Affirmative. Hodie 3a vice leäa eß Billa, intituled, " An Act for enclofing a Moor or Common, called Middlehope, ** within the Park and Foreft of Wearda/e, in the Parifh " of Stanhope, in the County of Durham." Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1809, 20 May 1809

    *' Payment of the Debts aftefting the fame." 2f"]. " An Aft for enclofing a Moor or Common, (C called Middlehope, within the Park and Foreft of Wear- " dale, in the Parifh of Stanhope, in the County of " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vein, Stanhope, Rookhope, and Uapper Weaildale. The works to be opsened this week are the 10- a side mines at Middlehope and towautree Syke and ch .open ironstone mnine at Wearhead, and the ironstone pro- ,rduced at these mines is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stanhope, fookhope, and Upper 'tA littlac' The works to be opened this week are the in- . sie in-s' at Middlehope and Rowantree Syke and the iiet' iir tn,ot,)ic mine at W'earhead, and the ironstone pro- Sint, .'ltse itunnes is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jiaslure land on Blake Laws afore- taid, containing together 5 acres or thereabouts, and an a.lolment of jiasture land on Middlehope, in the said parish, containing 6a. lr. 26p. or Ihei-tbon's. And also all thai Customary FREEHOLD DWELL- INIMIOUSE, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shot ovsr Auchterhead moor and bagged 17J brace of grouse, 5 snipes, 3 bares, snd 6 sundries. Mr. Aitksn, of Middlehope, shot over Middle- hope moor and bagged 1_ brace of grouse. He had never experienced such a scarcity of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sport. Tbeir b_gs comprised 32 brace of grouse, 5 hares, 4 rabbits, 1 plover, and 1 wild pigeon. Auchterhead and Middlehope moors were shot over by Dr. Selkitk and Dr. Stewart, Carluk-3, with a party of two. The sport was Subscribers-only content

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