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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Rocester

    have been short-lived. In the time of Bishop Muschamp ( 1198-1208 ) Patr ick of Mobberley founded a small house of regular canons at Mobberley (Ches.) which he endowed with half the church there. 12 This foundation was soon handed

    Religious houses Introduction CHESHIRE RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    century later and had a very brief existence: at the beginning of the 13th century Patrick of Mobberley established a priory at Mobberley which was soon annexed to Rocester abbey in Staffordshire but afterwards given up because of irregularities in

    Townships Breightmet

    Soc. Lancs , and Ches.), i, 71. Augustin de Breightmet about 1180 gave to his brother Patrick de Mobberley a moiety of Mobberley with reversion of the rest after his own death; Lord Edmund Talbot 's MSS. (Hist. MSS. Com.

    The parish of Huyton Introduction, church and charities

    , son and heir of George Mallory of Mobberley , in Ches. was born 28 Nov. 1727 ; educated at Trinity Coll . Camb . ( LL .B. 1754); became rector of Mobberley 1770, and held the two benefices till

    Townships Atherton

    in 1373 , 1379, and 1381. 23 By his first wife Joan, sister and coheir of Ralph de Mobberley , lord of Mobberley , Cheshire , 24 he had issue, Sir William Atherton , chr., who succeeded him, and Sir

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    J. W. Burn , Rhyl , Flints . P. Carden , Esq., Westbury , Salop . Lord Carlisle of Bucklow, Mobberley Mrs. J. Cooper , Haslington Mrs. A. Robertson , Burton Lady Rochester Mrs. P. Sheriff Roberts , Barnhill Mr.

    The parish of Wigan Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISH of WIGAN

    distributed in doles of flannel. All the other charities have been lost. Frances Dukinfield in 1662 left four closes in Mobberley for the minister of Hindley Chapel , 'So as he should be elected or approved by the trustees for

    The parish and township of Aughton Introduction and church

    1723; Foster, Alumni Oxon . He was buried in the church 2 Dec. 1769 . He was also rector of Mobberley , Cheshire , from 1733 till his death. William Plumbe , brother of the patron, was also educated at

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Pilkington

    Holland of Rhodes was son of William Holland of Clifton , is incorrect; see W. F. Irvine , Hollands of Mobberley , 37-8. The will of William Holland of Rhodes , 1613, is printed ibid. 123. The Hollands of Rhodes

    Townships Barton

    son John had seisin of a moiety of Mobberley as heir to his father; Ormerod, Ches . i, 411. William de Notton and Cecily his wife about 1200 confirmed a grant to Mobberley which had been made by Cecily 's

    Townships Farnworth

    also retained them till her death, in spite of the counsel of 'divers of her ghostly fathers.' She died at Mobberley in 1516 , and then desired her sister, Eleanor Leycester , and others to see that restitution was made.

    Leek Leekfrith LEEKFRITH 1992 St. Matthew's Church from the South-East, as completed in 1873

    later amalgamated with one established by Sir Philip Brocklehurst for Leekfrith and Heaton . 19 By will proved 1832 James Mobberley left the reversion of rents from three cottages at Meerbrook and from 1 a. on Gun to provide bread

    The parish of Winwick Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISH of WINWICK

    his first-fruits on 20 Feb. 1575 -6; Lancs . and Ches. Recs . ii, 410. He was also rector of Mobberley ; Ormerod, Ches . (ed. Helsby ), i, 412, 428. He was one of the earl's chaplains, and a

    The borough of Ilford SOUTH ILFORD & BARKING 1964 NORTH ILFORD & CHADWELL HEATH 1964

    Willesden (Mdx.), and in 1928 that of Amalgamated Photographic Manufacturers Ltd., of Watford ( Herts .), New Southgate (Mdx.), and Mobberley (Ches.). This process of expansion was completed in 1929 , when Wellington Ward Ltd. of Elstree ( Herts .)

    Townships Salford

    John de Legh, lord (in right of his mother Maud daughter of Sir John de Arderne) of a moiety of Mobberley ; the marriage brought the manor of Sandbach and other lands in the county. The Cheshire inquisitions of the

    Index L - Z

    , 198; Sir Thos ., 198; Wal., 207; see also Moffat Minns , Chas., 132 Mitchell , J. H., 208 Mobberley (Ches.), ind., 254, 255 Moese , Margery de, see Weyland Moffat , And., 198, 214; - m. Sir Thos

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