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  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Patrick, Bampton

    Enquiry except four men therefore they are in mercy. Assize Roll, 1256, m. 10d. c. 1286 Grant by Robert de Morvil in pure alms to God, St. Mary, St. Thomas the Martyr, and to John the priest of the Hospital

    Parishes (West Ward), St Laurence, Crosby Ravensworth

    perches wide, for their use and the use of their men dwelling there, as in the time of Hugh de Morvil from the first they had an approach. All which gifts in frankalmoign they laid upon the altar of St.

    Parishes (East Ward), St Michael, Brough

    king's escheator beyond Trent, on Monday in the morrow of St. Gregory the Pope, 12 Edward 1, by Robert de Morvil and others as jurors, as to how much land Roger de Leyburn held of the king in chief in

    Entry Book, October 1672, 01 October 1672-31 October 1672

    of Oldbury and Tasley. 30 11 3 Tho. Browne, Collector of Cleobury Mortimer. 1 10 0 Edward Littleton, Collector of Morvil. 15 8 6 Co. Worcester . R. Hall and And. Birker. Sub-Collectors of Mamble (R. Rogers. High Collector). 3

    Index, M, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    478, 486, 525, 645, 704, 763. -, Mr., press gang, 1224. Mortimer , William, a Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Yorks, 867. Morvil (Salop), 1328. Mory . See Murray. Moscow (Russia), 535, 718. Moseley [Nicholas ] . Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Chester,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whaddon with Nash

    to Pe ter de Stoke in or before 1205, 32 but this grant very shortly became void, and Anselm de Morvil received possession. 33 This grantee, however, either died or surrendered his grant before 1207, for in this year King

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AP HYWEL (AP HOWELL, POWELL), Edward (by 1532-75/79), of Cardigan.

    lord keepership in 1579. All that is known about the will comes from this action: the plaintiff Robert Lloyd of Morvil in Pembrokeshire alleged that ap Hywel had provided only for his daughters before naming them executors and Lloyd overseer,

    OWEN, Sir John, 1st bt. (1776-1861), of Orielton, Pemb.

    agent, noted that "Sir John Owen and the trustees of [Milford"s heir] Mr. Grant Philipps are negotiating some exchanges in Morvil parish Castlemartin, and it is expected that some part of the Llanstinan estate must come into value"; but no

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones to visit the churches of the county. Re- solved that the Rev. Phillip Jones, Fishguard, and Mr. William Bateman, Morvil, be appointed to visit the churches of Mainre and Pancheston re pastor, and to give their report at Puneheston Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G3I Itlosseif Generally Useful. Good character Indispenssabele. I1 One from the countr~ Ireforred.-Apply, between '18 and 12 n.m., Stennl Clock, Morvil e Street. o847 ? 01HIEMITH and Gumfltter.-Niantod, young Man, used to a 7! Ionoger's Shop. - Address, 1B. Tilrsser, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridge Road, Edgbaeton. ( n the 20th Inst., after a short Illness aged 45 years, Mr. JAm3i 3 DAVB, of Morvil tres In tide town: deeply reretted. On the 2ith Inst,, after a fow months illness, in 1 ii 65th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OMPAC LEASHOLD OUSEwithentire Yard and Out. ~Jbnldl~g, liotal 14. Trm ~OMO.Ground roun19 (10 ' rta~L~l-EdardeendSon 1, emp'e trmt. elI! o~ SAE, HOSE en MANU~cgRY with Mlachiaory, *Fpeocniery adetsd or MaufactriogVeiol'olpde1 on alargo FILS267Yard Of eligible Freehold LAND, 28 fro~ff,' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a god TALORSS.-Apply, No. 14, Gough Street, - ~ a ood MCHINIT, fo theWheeler and Wilson W u~ise. co use Babyto Lienlad Sun Hits preferred. ~3jTE goodMACHIISTS;alsogoodMilliners.-A~pply, ~frs 6ekrol. on at unfciner, 38i, Summer ~j~s~a. a dACHNIST.toMwr. Wn~nester au4 Subscribers-only content

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