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Moughton Hall with Rothinghall Manor; 1189-1925; Moulton St Mary, Norfolk
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- Moughton Hall (otherwise Moulton Hall otherwise Mowton Hall) with Rothinghall in Freethorpe
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Thomas Anguish, esq., was lord of the manor in 1646 [NRO, MC 3230/1].\r\nThe first court of Mrs Elizabeth Anguish, widow of Thomas, was held on 26 May 1653 [NRO, MC 3230/1].\r\nThe first court of Edmund Anguish, gent., was held on 2 February 1659 [NRO, MC 3230/1].\r\nThomas Anguish, esq., was lord of the manor in October 1773 [NRO, MC 3230/2].\r\nThe first court of Revd George Anguish was held on 1 July 1811 [NRO, MC 3230/2].\r\nJohn Francis Leathes is named as lord in the Inclosure Award of 1840 [NRO, C/Sca 2/124].\r\nLast transaction dated: 1912; lord of the manor: Sir Robert Anstruther and 2 others; Steward: Perkins and Weston [TNA, HMC 5/6].\r\nThe East Anglian Real Property Co. Ltd was lord by April 1945.
Moulton St Mary, Norfolk
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Extended into Wickhampton and South Burlingham.
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Created on: 22/01/2003 by Droip
Not sure MDR. Proven.