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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harefield Introduction

    houses between 1919 and 1923 at Moorhall , around the common, and at Mount Pleasant , 51 but in 1925 there was still an acute housing shortage in the village. 52 Land around Moorhall was bought by Uxbridge council in

    Harefield Local government

    and headboroughs at the leet, and appointed five or six moor drivers at the court baron. 95 The manor of Moorhall had its own separate court in the 18th and 19th centuries, but its administration during the Middle Ages is

    Harefield Church

    archway and gate in 1924 . 86 A Moorhall mission was set up in 1922 with a weekly mission service, Sunday school, and mothers' meeting, and in the same year the Moorhall chapel was repaired and refitted for the same

    Harefield Manors

    of Harefield manor, including Breakspears itself, and other land was freehold of both Harefield and Moorhall manors. Thomas Ashby also held other copyhold land of Moorhall . 63 Belhacketts and Hammonds were freehold in 1558 , 64 but by 1639

    Harefield Economic and social history HAREFIELD PARISH

    , Moorhall , and Brackenbury came into the hands of one family and became for the most part one estate. In the 16th and 17th centuries most of the land seems to have been arable; in 1593 Harefield and Moorhall

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    More, Sir Hen. Col. John Edward, son and heir of, petition of Katherine and Jane, pass for Robt. petition of Moorhall , the, Colchester Mootham , Capt. Morat , Bassa Mordaunt , Wm. Moreland , Sam. Morell , Rich. Moreton Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, December 1651, 01 December 1651-31 December 1651

    31 107 Wm. Dewes, Grazier, Coughton,; John Holyoke, do.; Wm. Lindon, Stratford,; Rob. Loggins, Wolverhampton,; Nich. Tysoe, Tysoe,; John Walters, Moorhall, all Co. Warwick. 16 Dec. 1651. Vol. A No. or p. Information that Dewes held intelligence with the King's Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, August 1701, 1-10, 01 August 1701-09 August 1701

    to him by the King he may have a grant of the manor of Epworth Co. Lincoln, a tenement called Moorhall and land in Upwell Co. Norfolk, the manors of Netherhall and Overhall in Essex and Creppinghall in Suffolk and

    Index of persons and Places, M

    St. Sebastian, 399. -, Samuel, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442. -, -, Surveyor of Coastwaiters, London port, 129. Moorhall in Upwell , co. Norfolk, 353. Moors , truce with. See Morocco. Mordaunt (Mordant) Charles, 3rd Earl of Peterborough,

    Warrant Book, June 1705, 1-10, 01 June 1705-30 June 1705

    to the Surveyor General of Crown Lands of the petition of Edward Audley for a lease of a messuage called Moorhall with 260 acres of marsh land in Upwell and Outwell near the Ouse in co. Norfolk demised in 1668

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SALTONSTALL, Richard (d.1601), of London and South Ockendon, Essex.

    the neighbouring Essex parish to that in which his wife’s parents lived. He had also purchased the Hertfordshire manor of Moorhall in Yardley, settling it on his son Peter, the founder of a cadet branch of the family.[footnote]Following the custom

    FRANCIS, Sir Adam (d.1417), of London and Edmonton, Mdx.

    (of which at least £92 came from his original inheritance).[footnote] At some point before 1399 he purchased the manor of Moorhall in Writtle, Essex, but no contemporary valuation of it seems to exist. His other principal acquisitions comprised the manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'IIVO VliAtIS OLD) 1st prize, S. & M. Morrow, Moorliahl. CLASS SCVI:NTII-NtLC II COWS. Ist psrizs, S. & . MoIurrowv, Moorhall; 2nd (lo., James Bdilie, Esq., Rtsngdifferin; 3rd (lo., John Stewart, Islaidpowt; 4th ilo., Captain lIamiiiton, Killyleangh Castle; 5thl do., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not take thle book by Cult the cover," no prize was awarded him. Messrs. fart Samnuel and William Morrow, of Moorhall, gee, 'Killinchy, exhibited a very flnebrull, 1flopelfull, try to which the Second prize wais awarded on the cocca- tess's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I.-Best bull calf, dropped in 1859, 2 sovs.-S. & V. Mcrrow, Moorhall, Klillinchy; short- horned bull calf Hope, calved in April, 1859. 2nd. do., I sov.-S. & W. Morrow, Moorhall, Killinchy; short-horned bull Emperor, calved in March, 1859. 3rd do., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l1l, Dbwnratr. ino 2nd e Mr. Alex. Patterson Ballyhinney. Two Swedish turnips-_st, Mr. John Stewart, Island Pole; 2nd, Messrs. Mlorrow, Moorhall. Two Aberdeen turnips-1st, Mir. John Colville Castesavery; 2nd, Messrs. AM'Cracken, Ballyrickard. Two globe do.- lst, Mr. John Colvill, Castleavery; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tile chair was occupied on this occasion by Mortimer Thompson, Esq., and the vice- chair by Mr. S. Morrow, of Moorhall. The cloth having been removed and the glasses filled, The CHAIRmAN proposed the usual loyal and pa- triotic toasts: Subscribers-only content

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