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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Morville

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Morville 2. THE PRIORY OF MORVILLEMorville church was originally a Saxon minster served by eight canons. After 1071 Roger, Earl of Shrewsbury , granted some of the prebends to his chaplains but between

    Colleges of secular canons Bridgnorth , St Mary Magdalen

    Lands in Morville and the two adjoining townships of Underton and Walton , afterwards the sole endowment of the three prebends named after them, probably represent the two hides which Earl Roger had held in demesne at Morville in 1086

    Parishes Withybrook

    . Henry II , by which Richard de Morville gave to his kinsman William Rodville, Lindley (Leics.) for Withybrook . 6 This was confirmed by Roger de Mowbray , of whom de Morville held 5 fees in 1166 ; 7

    Religious houses Introduction RURAL DEANERIES IN 1535 AND MEDIEVAL RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    an episcopal foundation, and St. Alkmund's, St. Mary 's, and the smaller church of St. Julian, which were all royal. Morville and Bromfield were 'minster' churches on royal manors, with a group of clergy serving great parishes roughly coextensive with

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    south-east Shropshire the former estates of Morville church were the focal point: Astley Abbots , where four carucates were in demesne in 1291 , remained directly subject to the abbey after the establishment of Morville priory. Towards Clee Hill was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WEAVER, John (c.1672-1747), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop.

    WEAVER, John (c.1672-1747), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth 1713 61734 Ofifces Held Recorder, Bridgnorth 1725-35. Biography Weaver, through his grandfather’s marriage with the heiress of the Smythes of Morville, had an interest at Bridgnorth. Returned as a

    WEAVER, John (1675-1747), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop.

    (1675-1747), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth 1713 1734 Ofifces Held Freeman, Bridgnorth 1710, recorder 1725–35; freeman, Much Wenlock 1711. Biography Weaver was related to both the leading families in Bridgnorth, the Whitmores and the Actons, and he

    WEAVER, Arthur (c.1719-59), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop.

    (c.1719-59), of Morville, nr. Bridgnorth, Salop. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth 1747 61754 Biography Weaver was returned as a government supporter on his own and the Whitmore interest in 1747, in place of William Whitmore of Lower Slaughter. He did not seek

    SMITH, Roger (by 1522-62), of Morville, Salop.

    and the house at Morville and one third of the lands to his wife Frances. She took three more husbands and the last, William Clench of another officer of the council in the marches, claimed the Morville property. The council

    ACTON, William (by 1513-67), of Aldenham, Salop.

    opposing a government bill in 1555. There is little further trace of him. In 1554 he bought the prebend of Morville in the free chapel of Mary Magdalen, Bridgnorth, and in 1562 he witnessed Roger Smith’s will. Acton died on

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, Miscellaneous, 1725, 01 December 1725-31 December 1725

    Frenchmen, under pretence of going from Port Frederick to Cape Breton, were settled at the Bays aforesaid etc. M. de Morville, in reply, communicated a Minute by M. de Maurepas, in whose province such affairs lay, (21st Nov.), that they

    Parishes (West Ward), St Cuthbert, Clifton

    September, 1737. His mother and Curwen Hudleston's mother were sisters and coheiresses of Thomas Curwen. HALL. Clifton Hall. Hugh de Morville granted the manor and village of Clifton to a Gilbert Engayne, and a Gilbert, in the time of Edward

    Index, M, 01 January 1722-31 December 1723

    458. Morning Star , pirate ship, 333 i. Morris , Lewis, Chief Justice, New York, document signed by, 606 i. Morville , M. de, 689 i. Moseley , Edward, Councillor and Surveyor General, Car. N., 571. -,-, warrant to, 572.

    Index, U, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (11). -, Th., 438 (3 m. 31). -, William, clerk of the House of Commons, g. 381 (5). Underton [in Morville ] , Salop, prebend in Bridgenorth, g. 2422 (16). Underwode , Th., 438 (2 m. 13). -, Wm., chaplain

    America and West Indies, August 1723, 01 August 1723-31 August 1723

    i . Mr. Crawfurd to [?Mr. Delafaye ] . Paris, 27th Aug., n.s., 1723. I have discoursed with M. de Morville who was Secretary of State for the Marine affairs here. He told me, that he had caused inquiry to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nesv-inn. J. D. and i. Jenkins, Pillgnvenlly, coal-merchants. [Blower, Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. Timbrell, Trowebridge. banker. [Egan and Waterman, Essex-st. Strand. J. Morville, Wakefield, horse-clealer. [Rathbone, Cheapside. J. Mudldell, New-st. Covent-garden, bonier. [Anton, Old Broad-st. H. Trig-n, Sol's-row, Hasnpstead-rosd, copperplate-printer. [Stormy, Southwark. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    esting Drama, it will be repeated (To-soaReow) MONDAY and TUESDAY; Hermanoff, Mic. Osbaldiston, Dupree, Mr. Rumball, De Valberg, Mr. Hill, Morville, Mr. D. Pitt, Jonquille, Mr. Vale, Madame Dupre, Mrs. W. West, Lisette, Miss Visscent: after which the favosrite Play Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INFOR'. MATION will be forwarded free. 665 1IRIMINIGHAM GOSPLTMEAC ISONt M.i psterss Dlstrictl.A IlLUE RIBRON M.Eiq wl be held fits Morville 'Street Ciapoi, Totes EwilNOft hal'oa 7 o.'clocke. GEORGE' DAVIES, Resc., wrill preside. Mr. IIUSSEY aned other Gentlemien till Atidress Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kenilworth Castle; Wednesday, 29, kirswood- Friday, 24, Bull and Butcher, Byton. VW;sEATLrnAD (at 10.30)-Thie day, Novesmber 17, Weston; Tuesday, 21, Morville; Friday, 24, Slipton. WoRcEsrasHIaRE (at 11)-This day, November 17, Woodcote Green. WYLIN's, SIR W. W. (at 10.30).-Saturday, November 18, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTII'EG INTELLIGENCE. _PR I _ * " .& J. i2A.J.J±JX1:.i 5 V e The DERBY RACES._yEsTERDAY. e The BELPZR HANDICAP HURDLZ RACE Of 150 SOVS; wintr,. 0 after November 9, once 101b, twice 141b extra. Two miles, over t Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1751, 2 March 1752

    High Road from the Town of Shrewf- " bury, through Creflage, Harley, Much Wenlock, by " Muckky Crofs, and through Morville, to Bridgenorth, " in the County of Salop." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1751, 6 March 1752

    the High Road from the Town of Shrewsbury, through " Crejfage, Harley, Much Wenlock, by Muckley Crofs, and " through Morville to Bridgenorth, in the County of " Salop," was committed: " That they had confidered " the faid Bill, Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1751, 9 March 1752

    Hodie 1* vice lefta eft Billa, intituled, " An "for repairing the High Road from the Town 0fRoad>Biiis **.. Shrewsbury, through Crejfage, Harley, Much Wenlock, " by Muckley Crofs, and through Morville to Bridgenorth, " in the County of Salop." Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1752, 26 March 1752

    the High Road from the " Town of Shrewflury, through Crejfage, Harley, Much " Wenlock, by Muckley Crofs, and through Morville, to " Bridgenorth, in the County of Salop" " 42. An Aft for repairing the Roads from the Town Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1765, 22 April 1765

    the High Road from the Town of Shrezußury, 11 through Creffage, Harley, Much Wenlock, by Muckley *' Crofs, and through Morville, to Bridgenorth, in the " County of Salop, and for amending feveral other Roads " near or adjoining thereto;" Subscribers-only content

 

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