- 18th century-20th century (Creation)
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All or part of this manor was held of the Honour of Clare. Joan, late the wife of William Roselyn, died in possession of the manor in 1327. She held the manor and a moiety of the court, the other moiety was held by Sir Robert Morley, of Hugh de Audele. William, son of Sir Robert was the next heir [IPM 1:7/18]. William de Morley died in possession 1378-9 [IPM 1:15/126]. Cecily, late wife of Sir William de Morley, died in possession, 1386-7 [IPM 1:16/418]. Thomas de Morley, infant, died 20 July 1401 [IPM 1:20/596]. At an inquisition taken in 1489, Henry Lovell, Lord Morley, was found to have been in possession of the manor, holding it of Cicely Duchess of York, of the Honor of Clare. Alice was his daughter and heir [IPM 2:1/212]. \r\nEdward Astley paid fine for entry into the lordship as son and heir of Sir Jacob Astley 1773 [NRO, BL/MA 68]. Lord Hastings is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directories [1845 and 1883].\r\nAccording to the MAF's list of known manors, compiled in 1925, the last transaction was dated 1889. The name of the lord of the manor and steward are not given [TNA, HMC 5/6].
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Includes quit rentals, 1885-1932.
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MSS 13928-13950 weeded Jan 1977, court papers to be destroyed where court books are deposited of same date.
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Created 20/08/2007 by Droip. Modified 12/07/2018 by Droip.