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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East and West Lockinge

    to Francis Moore of Fawley . 70 The other half was inherited by Jane Bodenham 's son Roger, 71 and was left by him to Roger, his younger son. 72 The latter granted it in 1614 to Francis Moore ,

    Editorial note

    at the College of Arms, and the large folio volume, alphabetically arranged, is in Chetham's Library at Manchester ; the Moore deeds are in the Liverpool Museum ; of Christopher Towneley 's manuscript collections, vols. DD , HH, OO, and

    West Derby hundred The City of Liverpool

    topographical details is to be found mainly in the numerous local deeds of land-transfer preserved by the Moore and Crosse families. See below. Moore and Crosse deeds, passim . The positions of these lands (in some cases conjectural) are indicated

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    1406 Moore , Browne & Dixon of Tewkesbury (solicitors) D 1450 Capel family of Prestbury D 1637 Ellenborough family of Southam D 1800 Fulljames family of Hasfield D 2025 Ticehurst , Wyatt & Co. of Cheltenham (solicitors) D 2080 Moore

    Hospitals Bradebusk

    these is the foundation charter by which William de Heriz gave to the infirm of Bradebusk the mill of la Moore with all its appurtenances, and the mill which was called 'Heverard' near the church of Lowdham , to hold

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'ddirwasgnu gan angen a thlodi a adferid i sefyilfa a lawnder a'chyfoeth? . ' I : Bu farw'Mr. GEoBGS HENEY MOORE; yr aelod . seneddol ieuengaf dros Mayo, Iwerddon,' o'r i parlys nos Fercher wythnos i'r. diWeddaf, yj ei gartref Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyn y diweddaf. Yr oedd yn frawd w yn rghyfraith i'r diwvuddar aelod dros y lle hwnvr, G. Hl. at Moore, yr hwn a fu farw ychydig amser yn ol. Bydd i ganfed gylchwyl gfnedigaeth y cerddor Beetb- oven gael Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nifer o' gerbydau pur dxymioiophan e ehwympiad, .yr hyn, a daflal ygraig a'r cerbydau iPr mor., Mae y Mri Bomphrey, 'Moore; a Chyf., masnach- wyr Sd Lerpwl, wedi: cynyg hryw :wobrwyon i amaethwyr Mo ao Arfon i ,ymgystadlu aam.danynt yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 -ion Seisnig. . : Ar ol anerchiadau gan y Parch. Mr. Howard,y- 1 .Parch. 'J. Thomas, a'r Pareh. Kennedy' Moore, gal-, , 3 wyd sr 'Y Parch. Dr. Edwards, Bala, a sylwa3 y byddai'ya areriad 'da iawn pe- gallem Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    milwr. Yn ngholeg rhilwrol a: M Marlow y derbyniodd ei addysg; aIbn yn, gwasan- y aethu. dan .Syr: Alexander; Mackenzie, Moore, a dg d Wellington, hyd sefydliad yr. heddwch yn 1815. dI b Wedihyny,- trwy ddylanwad ei wiaig, a Syr Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOORE, Arthur (c.1666-1730), of Bloomsbury Square, Mdx., and Fetcham Park, Surr.

    corroborated these accounts, and claimed to have known Moore’s parents, revealing that ‘this Moore, who calls himself Arthur, his name is Archibald Moore, son to one Quentin Moore, gaoler of Monaghan . . . I knew both his father and

    MOORE, Jasper (c.1550-1610), of Heytesbury, Wilts.

    MOORE, Jasper (c.1550-1610), of Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. 1577, q. 1592, sheriff 1583-4, 1602-3, keeper of Mere park 1592. Biography Moore had already established himself in Wiltshire by 1576, when he was assessed for

    MOORE, Sir John (1620-1702), of Mincing Lane, London.

    the assault on Moore in 1682 petitioned unsuccessfully for reparation out of his estate, and Slingsby Bethel, sheriff of London 1680-1, vainly applied to the King to except Moore from the Act of Indemnity in 1690. Moore showed his loyalty

    MOORE, Abraham (1766-1822), of 8 King's Bench Walk, Temple, London

    fellowship. Latin "verses received from A. Moore on the birth of my son in June 1793' appear, with some other poems by Moore, in the commonplace book of the writer Sir Frederick Morton Eden.[footnote] Moore seems to have entered the

    MOORE, John (1761-1809).

    supporter. Moore, however, whose father’s friends included Burke, Lord Maitland, the Duchess of Devonshire, and other prominent Whigs, stipulated for freedom ‘to follow his own judgment on every measure’. To this Hamilton agreed; but nevertheless in the new Parliament Moore

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 5 Rivers and other Waters serving this City.

    the Moore without the Postern which is called Creplegate, on either Part of the Postern; that is to say, from the North Corner of the Wall (as the River of the Wells, there near running, departeth the same Moore from

    Book 1, Chapter 3 Of the Ancient Town-Ditch.

    at the Charges of the City. Sum 95l. 3s. 4d. In my remembrance also the same was cleansed namely the Moore -ditch, when Sir William Hollies was Maior, in the Year 1540 . And not long before from the Tower

    Book 1, Chapter 4 Gates and Posterns.

    Words: I do give and graunt to the same Church, and Canons serving GOD therein, all the Lands, and the Moore without the Postern, which is called Creplegate, on either Part of the Postern. Besides this, Alfune builded the Parish

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs without the Walls. Morefields.

    the Morefield : which l ieth without the Postern, called Moorgate . This Field (of old time) was called, The Moore , as appeareth by the Charter of William the Conqueror to the College of St. Martin , declaring a

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry 8. Defence of Rich. Hunne against Alanus Copus and Syr Tho. More Knight.

    if I can, of them both together. Answere for Richard Hunne agaynst Syr Thomas More Knight.And first agaynst sir Thomas Moore, Syr Thomas More hauing many good vertues, but one great vice.albeit in degree worshipfull, in place superiour, in wit

    K. Henry. 8. Defence of Richard Hunne agaynst Cope.

    vndenyable, may suffice (I trust) any indifferent man to see where the truth of this case doth stand: vnlesse maister Moore beyng a gentlemā of Vtopia, Vtopia Mori. perauēture after some straūge guise of that countrey, vseth to carrye his

    K. Henry. 8. The Vi. Articles qualified. The Canon lawe examined.

    haue heard) that the contrary sect also of the Papistes was not all in quiet. For besides the death of Moore, and the Bishop of Rochester, and the other Charterhouse Monkes, Fryers and Priestes aboue specified, about this yeare were

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    agaynst Ihō Frith.In which quarel, he withstode the violence of iii. most obstinate ennemies, that is to say, of Rochester, Moore, and Rastall. Wherof the one by the healpe of the doctors, the other by wresting of the scripture. And

    Book 4, page 683 (1563)

    for the abrogation of the bishop of Romes autoritye oftentimes stirred some tempestes and trouble, as is before mentioned of Moore, Rochester and others. Germine Gardiner. Larke priest of Chelsye. But besides thē the same law condempned two other this

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

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    CP.H.6006 Reference:CP.H.6006 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (benefice case) Details:11 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant won Date: 21/8/1662 - 21/7/1665 People & Places Participant: George Hall [Hall] Role: appellate Details: male; clerk; bishop Employment: bishop


    spelling modernised Location: York, St Mary Bishophill (senior) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Middlethorpe Ings (Middlethorpe Inges) : fieldname spelling modernised Location: Moor (Moore) : fieldname Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Old Byland (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Abbey of Byland (St Maryes of Byland,


    Segging (Lowe Segging, Lowe Segginge) : fieldname White Moor (White Moore) : fieldname Location: Ripon (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): North Lees (North Layes, North Laths, North Lathes, Norlayes) : manor Moor (Moore) : fieldname Sharrow (Sharowe, Share, Sharey, Sharay, Sharray, Sharrowe) :


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