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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Caversfield

    64 Meanwhile Thomas Moyle died without issue in 1592 , bequeathing the manor to his second cousin, Thomas Moyle of Molash , Kent , with remainder to his sons John and Thomas in tail-male. 65 Thomas Moyle in 1598 settled

    West Twyford Manors

    to Robert Moyle . 47 Moyle (d. 1638) left the manor to his widow Margaret for life. 48 Margaret and her second husband, Sir Christopher Clapham , apparently occupied the house and estate until the marriage of Moyle 's eldest

    West Twyford Church

    the design of N. F. Cachemaille-Day. 17 Surviving monuments include alabaster and marble wall memorials to Robert Moyle (d. 1638) and Walter Moyle (d. 1660). 18 The parish registers date from 1722. 19 The church owned a silver chalice in

    Parishes Ravenstone

    was made to Henry Berkeley in 1586 . 57 Two years later the queen granted Ravenstone in fee to Sir Moyle Finch and John Audley in trust for Sir Thomas Heneage , afterwards her vicechamberlain. 58 The trustees conveyed it

    Parishes Crux Easton

    II in his exile and consequently forfeited all his possessions. Crux Easton passed to his younger brother John Lisle of Moyle 's Court 42 (one of the judges in the trial of Charles I ), who dealt with it by

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOYLE, Walter (1672-1721), of Bake, St. Germans, Cornw.

    of Poetry and Painting (1695). Moyle entered Parliament at the 1695 election, the support of his father, a trustee of the Buller family, and Lady Carew securing his return for Saltash. In the 1695–6 session Moyle took a keen interest

    MOYLE, Joseph (1679-1742), of Bark Street, Southampton, Hants.

    MOYLE, Joseph (1679-1742), of Bark Street, Southampton, Hants. Constituency Dates Saltash 1705 1708 Ofifces Held Clerk of signet 1708–aft.1716. Ofifces Held Commr. million lottery June 1711, S. Sea Co. 1711. Biography As soon as he had come of age,

    MOYLE, Thomas (by 1500-60), of Gray's Inn, London, Clerkenwell, Mdx. and Eastwell, Kent.

    Speaker when the Commons assembled, Moyle was presented on 20 Jan. 1542. He made the customary protestation of unworthiness and was answered, on behalf of the King, by Chancellor Audley, himself a former Speaker: Moyle, he declared, had served the

    MOYLE, Adam, of Winchelsea, Suss.

    MOYLE, Adam, of Winchelsea, Suss. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 1586 Winchelsea 1589 Ofifces Held Jurat, Winchelsea by 1581, mayor 1585-6, 1586-7. 1587-8. Biography This man’s background is obscure. He may have been a member of the Moyle family of Eastwell, Kent,

    MOYLE, Walter (1627-1701), of Bake, St. Germans, Cornw.

    MOYLE, Walter (1627-1701), of Bake, St. Germans, Cornw. Constituency Dates Cornwall 1654 Cornwall 1656 Lostwithiel 1659 Lostwithiel 4 June 1660 St Germans 1689 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1657, 1661-80, 1689-90, militia 1659, Mar. 1660, j.p. Mar. 1660-?2,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Ward. St. Laurence Poultney.

    Sixth ; who in the second of his Reign , granted and sold unto John Cheke his Schoolmasster, and Walter Moyle , the said College of Corpus Christi , which stood near the said S. Laurence Church , with several

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

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    Book 6, page 1742 (1563)

    gat himself somewhat to the susteinyng of himself, his poore wife, and children. M. Moyle of kente.At the last a iustyce of Kent called maister Moyle, toke sir Richarde & set him in the stockes a day, and night, but

    Queene Mary. The life and story of D. Cranmer Archb. of Canterbury, Martyr.

    small fooles, Syr Iohn Baker, Syr Christopher Hales, Syr Thomas Moyle, Iustices, with the Prebendaries of Canterbury, persecuters of Gods people.as Syr Iohn Baker, Syr Christofer Hales, Syr Thomas Moyle Knightes, wyth other Iustices. The Prebendaries of CHRISTES Church in

    Quene Mary. The story and condemnation of Rich. Yeoman, Martyr.

    of himsefe, hys poore wife, and children.Rich. Yeoman set in the stockes by M. Moyle of Kent.At the last, a iustice of Kent called master Moyle, tooke poore Yeomā and set hym in the stockes a day and a night,

    Quene Mary. The life and story of D. Cranmer Archb. of Canterbury, Martyr.

    D. Cranmer Archb. of Canterbury, Martyr.An. 1556. March.mas Moyle would haue aunswered for hym at Lambeth before the Commissioners. Notwithstanding, after master Moyles comming to London, such information was layd in agaynst Turner, that he was sent for to make

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LU Y mae y Clarendon Preee sr gybooddi Institutrs juasti, an mewn dwy gyfrol, dan olygiaeth Mr. J. B. .r Moyle, Cymrawd ac Athraw yn Yew Cofllee, Rhyd- s . ychailn. r r Dywedir fod trefNiadau ar droed i Wrnenthar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    milliners, Sept. 26, 2i7 Oct. l, at eleven, at thte Queen's-Head, Newcastle- rpcn-T'ne. Attorney, ir. Carr, Newcastle-upon- T .e; . Moyle, Fordingbridge, Southlampton, tick-manufnc- turer, Sept. I 6, at six, 17, at ten, Oct. 15, at one, at tic niteope Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whose brother, tle ex-Chancedor, re- sides in she imatediate vicinity. All the parties naied are Liberals - kMr Bunbury, of Moyle, county Carlon*, has c/ow snunoinced himself. as the Tory candidate fir the vacancy in the countya! Carlow. In his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot; Ensign G. Hilliard, from the 28th Foot; Second Lieut, A. Murray, from the 87th Foot; Ensign P. Swvinburne, vice Moyle. To be Ensign, without purchase: H. D. Burrell, Gent. vice Swinburne. 9 Ith Foot-Major C. Gaccoyne, to be Lieut.-Col. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    watched. Sarah Smith and Maria Moyle, lodilers, waited in the room, when lie jumped out of bed, ant ran to a box from which he took a razor. Smith wenit to call for assistance, and Moyle strug gled with him Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 March 1697, 27 March 1697

    Petition. Hodie 3* vice leda efl Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " verting Part of the Mate of Richard Moyle Gentle- " man in Truftees, to be fold, for Payment of Debts." D IE Lunae, 290 Martii. Domini tam Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1726, 29 March 1726

    Court of Common Pleas ; with the ufual Directions, according to the Standing Orders. Breton's Upon reading the Petition of Moyle Breton of Ken- Peution re- .r.,/? c is tt ¦ • ferred to ninvton in the County ojr ixent Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1726, 1 February 1727

    be read on Saturday next. Money in Chancery : Lockman et Ux. Appeal prefented : Upon reading the Petition of Moyle Breton of f^^ nington in the County of Kent Efquire ; praying Leave judges. to bring in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1726, 2 March 1727

    Bill was read the Firft Time. After reading, and confidering, the Report of theBretn!1>Leav* Judges to whom the Petition of Moyle Breton, of Ken-tor a BlU: nington in the County of Kent Efquire, was referred; praying Leave to bring in Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1726, 3 March 1727

    they pleafe. Breton1. Bill. Adjourn, ^ gß j^ jntitviled, " An Aa for " veiling Part of the Eftate of Moyle Breton Efquire" " in Truftees, to be fold, for raifing Three Thoufand " Pounds charged on the other Part Subscribers-only content

 

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