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    DUCIE MORETON, Matthew.

    DUCIE MORETON, Matthew. Constituency Dates

    MORETON, Sir William (?1696-1763), of Little Moreton, Cheshire

    MORETON, Sir William (?1696-1763), of Little Moreton, Cheshire Constituency Dates Brackley 20 Nov. 1755 1761 Ofifces Held Bencher, I. Temple 1752, reader 1758, treasurer 1760-1; recorder, London 15 Feb. 1753- d. Biography Lord Chief Justice Willes, hearing of a vacancy

    MORETON, Matthew Ducie (c.1662-1735), of Moreton, Staffs. and Tortworth, Glos.

    MORETON, Matthew Ducie (c.1662-1735), of Moreton, Staffs. and Tortworth, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1708 171713 Gloucestershire 1715 9 June 1720 Ofifces Held Cornet, Lord Grey’s independent tp. of Horse 1685; cornet, 3 Drag. Gds. 1687, capt. by Sept. 1689, maj.

    MORETON, Matthew Ducie (1663-1735), of Tortworth, Glos. and Moreton, Staffs.

    MORETON, Matthew Ducie (1663-1735), of Tortworth, Glos. and Moreton, Staffs. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1708 1713 Gloucestershire 1715 9 June 1720 Ofifces Held Cornet, Ld. Grey’s indep. tp. of horse 1685; cornet 3 Drag. Gds. 1687, capt. by Sept. 1689, maj.

    BELLOT, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt. (1651-99), of Moreton, Cheshire.

    2nd Bt. (1651-99), of Moreton, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme Mar. 1679 Newcastle-under-Lyme Oct. 1679 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1681 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1690 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1698 Aug. 1699 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cheshire and Staffs. 1679-80, 1689-90, j.p. and dep. lt. 1689-d.; capt. of militia

    BARBER, Thomas I, of Leominster, Herefs.

    a recent proclamation requiring the repatriation of all natives of Ireland. In October 1395 he witnessed a conveyance of property in Leominster and Moreton belonging to John Romayn* and his father.C67/29 m. 10; CPR, 1391-6, p. 451; Add. Ch. 7032.

    FRAMPTON, John (c.1365-1425), of Moreton, Dorset.

    (c.1365-1425), of Moreton, Dorset. Constituency Dates Dorset Oct. 1404 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Dorset Dec. 1399, May 1416. Ofifces Held Controller of customs and subsidies, Melcombe Regis and adjacent ports 28 Feb.-14 May 1416. Biography On the death of

    MORETON, Hon. Matthew Ducie (bef.1700-1770), of Tortworth, Glos.

    MORETON, Hon. Matthew Ducie (bef.1700-1770), of Tortworth, Glos. Constituency Dates Cricklade 1 Feb 1721 91722 Calne 28 Feb 1723 91727 Tregony 6 Feb 1729 91734 Lostwithiel 2 May 1735 Ofifces Held Constable of St. Briavels, warden, forest of Dean

    BELLOT, Sir Thomas, 2nd Bt. (1651-99), of Moreton, Cheshire

    2nd Bt. (1651-99), of Moreton, Cheshire Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1690 1695 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1698 Aug. 1699 Ofifces Held Freeman, Newcastle-under-Lyme 1678. Biography The main estates of the Bellot family were at Moreton, Cheshire, eight miles from

    BRADFORD, John, of Leominster, Herefs.

    at the southern end of the town. In October 1395 he witnessed a conveyance of property in Leominster and nearby Moreton belonging to John Romayn* and his father.G.F. Townsend, Leominster, 41; J. Price, Leominster, 57; CIMisc. iv. 368; Add. Ch.

    HOOD, John I, of Leominster, Herefs.

    engaged in the local cloth industry. Meanwhile, in October 1395, he had witnessed a conveyance of property in Leominster and Moreton belonging to John Romayn*, and it was about then that he also witnessed a grant to the priory, his

    REYNOLD, Thomas, of Leominster, Herefs.

    1395, not long after first representing the town in Parliament, he witnessed a conveyance of property in Leominster and nearby Moreton belonging to John Romayn* and his father. On 20 Sept. 1407 he was one of the six burgesses of

    ROMAYN, John, of Leominster, Herefs.

    Richard Boterell, the constable of Wigmore castle, a shop in the High Street with annual rents of 9s. from nearby Moreton. The younger man entered into recognizances for £40 with Hugh Mawne of Stoke, at the Shrewsbury Staple in May

    GARNONS, Nicholas (d.1608), of Moreton-on-Lugg, Herefs.

    of Hereford at the time. He made his will 21 Apr. 1605 and died 11 Dec. 1608, being buried in Moreton church. His heirs were William’s four daughters. His widow died in 1620.Vis. Glos. (Harl. Soc. xxi), 63; Vis. Herefs.

    STONHOUSE, Sir John, 3rd Bt. (?1672-1733), of Radley, Berks.

    10 Oct. 1733 Ofifces Held Steward and bailiff of the hundreds of Ock and Moreton, Berks. 1706; comptroller of the Household 1713-14; P.C. 7 Apr. 1713. Biography Descended from a court official, who purchased Radley in 1560,[footnote] Stonhouse represented his

    BELLOT, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (1679-1709), of Moreton, Cheshire

    3rd Bt. (1679-1709), of Moreton, Cheshire Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1705 27 Feb 1706 Newcastle-under-Lyme 1708 22 Jan. 1709 Ofifces Held Freeman, Newcastle-under-Lyme 1704. Biography Having succeeded to his father’s political interest at Newcastle, Bellot did not find it easy to

    GREENHAM, Thomas (b.1399), of Ketton, Rutland and Maid's Moreton, Bucks.

    Ketton, Rutland and Maid's Moreton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Rutland Dec. 1421 Rutland 1426 Rutland 1432 Rutland 1433 Rutland 1437 Ofifces Held Commr. to distribute a tax allowance, Rutland Dec. 1433, Feb. 1434, May 1437; compile a list of gentry liable

    BRAY, Edmund (1686-1725), of Great Barrington, Glos.

    contesting Cirencester unsuccessfully in 1713, Bray was returned unopposed for the county in 1720 following the elevation of Matthew Ducie Moreton to the peerage. Shown in Sunderland’s plans for the 1722 Parliament as to be replaced by Kinard De La

    STEPHENS, Thomas II (1672-1720), of Lypiatt Park, nr. Stroud, Glos.

    STEPHENS, Thomas II (1672-1720), of Lypiatt Park, nr. Stroud, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1713 24 Feb 1720 Ofifces Held Freeman, Gloucester 1710. Biography Stephens’ adoption of his father’s Whiggery and his succession to the family’s extensive Gloucestershire estates in

    GREENHAM, Sir Hugh (d.1408), of Ketton, Rutland and Maid's Moreton, Bucks.

    of Ketton, Rutland and Maid's Moreton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Rutland 1391 Ofifces Held J.p. Rutland 10 Nov. 1389-d. Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Rutland Mar. 1392, June 1394, Dec. 1399, Sept. 1403; inquiry Feb. 1402, Feb. 1405 (claim by the

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