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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    and help; to the Reverend W. H. Shawcross , of Bretforton Vicarage, Evesham ; Mr. John Brinton , of Moor Hall , Stourport; Mr. Edmund H. New , of Evesham ; Mr. Percy J. Pond , of Droitwich ; Mr.

    Parishes Wixford MOOR HALL WIXFORD Sketch plan [ Plan of Wixford church ]

    Wixford bridge and Moor Hall . A fishery in the Arrow , held by John Boteler of the Abbot of Bordesley , is mentioned in 1287 . 32 A grant of the manor of Moor Hall in 1570 also included

    Parishes Ardeley

    Commissary- General Murray , the owner of Ardeley Bury . 97 The two estates have thus been amalgamated. Moor HallMOOR HALL was also held of the main manor of Ardeley . 98 The early tenants were called after their

    The borough of Sutton Coldfield NEW HALL SUTTON COLDFIELD

    . 223 Bishop Veysey died in 1554 , 224 his heir being his nephew John Harman (son of his brother Hugh, described as of Moor Hall , 225 who died in 1528 ), 226 who was holding Moor Hall

    The ancient parish of Harlow HARLOW c. 1875

    house, 330 a. land, and the manorial rights, to John W. PerryWatlington (d. 1882) of Moor Hall . 105 Harlowbury passed with the Moor Hall estate to PerryWatlingto n's widow Margaret (d. 1886) and then to his nephew Capt. Robert

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERON, Peter (1770-1848), of Moor Hall and Daresbury, Cheshire.

    (1770-1848), of Moor Hall and Daresbury, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Newton 1806 Apr. 1814 Ofifces Held Ensign 11 Ft. 1790, lt. 1793; capt. 90 Ft. 1794, maj. 1794, lt.-col. 1794; half-pay 1798; brevet col. 1800; maj.-gen. 1808, lt.-gen. 1813, gen. 1830.

    CREWE, Thomas (c.1358-1418), of Moor Hall in Wixford, Warws.

    council, riding with John Throckmorton* from his home at Moor Hall to London over the business of Lord Berkeley’s estates in January, hosting a meeting of the council at Moor Hall itself in February, visiting Lord Burnell to ask for

    LEWKNOR, Thomas (by 1529-71), of Alvechurch, Worcs.

    Copley of Bredon, Worcestershire, Lewknor’s stepson, and any disputes arising out of the will were to be settled by Archbishop Heath, Christopher Wray, John Talbot†, Thomas Throckmorton of Moor Hall, Worcestershire, Ralph Sheldon†, Edmund Plowden and Thomas Lewknor of Selsey.[footnote]

    NEWDIGATE, John (c.1542-92), of Harefield, Mdx. and Arbury, Warws.

    Buckinghamshire jury had committed perjury over the value of his goods.[footnote]A year later he gave up his property at Moor Hall in part exchange for Sir Edmund Anderson’s manor of Arbury, Warwickshire. But his debts were still serious, and he

    TURK, Sir Robert (d.1400), of London and Hitchin, Herts.

    Woodcroft and various rents in Luton, Bedfordshire, the manors of Shalden and Sherfield in Hampshire, and of Hitchin, Wakeley, Moor Hall in Ardeley, Dinsley Furnival and Pepsall in Hertfordshire, together with other property at St. Albans and extensive farmland in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the amount of ,ashoea :O. additional were. sent in yesterday, and among .the letters teceived was the following :-" Moor Hall, Stourport, September 2,1882. Dear Mr. Myor, WVill you allow me, as a comparative stranger to your locality to express Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ConiErTT.-wO are asked to state that P the report that this gentleman-thse Liheral 'candidate for N 'orth Warwickshire-has taken Moor Hall as a residence, I- isincorrect. V., Ax IMPOSTOR.-31r. Ashton Salt, BEll Strect, writes to eIt& caution the benevolent public Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edmund lHolland, of Benhall LUldge, 'near Saxmundliam, Suffolk. kthe Rev. George Lea, of0- ldgbaston;. Mr. Sampson : Lloyd, of Moor Hall,; and the Rev, G.. E. Tate, of Kip; pington, near Sevenoaks. They were members of the Church Association. (A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RoHad. c7578 71IILK-SOELLERtS and Others, Per Sale a LawreoceRefrigerator- LJ.and floe Ialvailoy Milk Chuaring, by Blurnard,-Apply, B. A. Cubberley, Moor Hall, Aleester, Redditch c762 pIIRAM1BULATOR Ispider wheels); India-rusbber t-yes; hoo Pag.Omy ued ewtimes. Sell cheap.-Addrceoi, J. 25, XK-HN~EET, rood is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Others -For Siale a Lawvrence Refrlgerutor Fe-$ II ald five Raliway Milk Chiurns, by burnard.-A(gJly, El. A. 150 Cubberley, Moor Hall, Aloesster, Redditert eld28 T51R.A.IBTTLATOY ~Ispidet' wheaels);- India-rubtber tyres; hood; ~.ronlyuceed few times. Biell oheap.-Addross, J. H5, Daily IPost. e77lS Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Berries Lodge

    1902 Warrant of Centenary: 7th October 2002 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 7th October 2002 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2928 Meeting Places Moor Hall, Cookham, Berkshire, England 2003 Maidenhead Masonic Centre, Linden Hall, Kiln Green, Berkshire, England 1984 Shoppenhangers Manor, Manor Lane, Maidenhead,

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