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Morleys from Crudwell, Wiltshire

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Theorised origin
Morley Farm, Eastcourt, Crudwell, Wiltshire
External resources
First recorded
Nethercote, Lewknor, Oxfordshire
Longest association
214 years
Nethercote, Lewknor, Oxfordshire
Last recorded
(Ex)chequers manor, Stokenchurch, Oxfordshire
Marker Count
Markers last changed

Thomas de Morle held a half knight's fee in Abefeld and Soreel, Ewelm Hundred, Oxfordshire in 1346 [Feudal Aids, vol. iv, p. 176]. These lands were held in 1428 by the heirs of John Symeon [ibid., p. 193]. John Fetypace also held in 1428 lands in Nethercote previously held by Thomas Morley [ibid., p. 192]. Nethercote, par. Lewknor and other lands were jointly held before 1386 by Isabel Symeon and Richard Morle "sometime her husband", with remainder to the heirs of Richard. Isabel died circa 1386, and Richard died before this. Richard's son Robert Morle, of full age, was found to be the heir [Cal. Fine Rolls, vol. 10, p. 161].


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Surname: Morley
Title Start Year End Year Added Updated
Nethercote, Lewknor, Oxfordshire
1196 1410 2013-04-30 2013-04-30
Morley Farm, Crudwell, Malmesbury, Wiltshire
1200 1325 2013-04-25 2013-04-25
Kemble, Wiltshire
1221 1221 2013-04-25 2013-04-25
(Ex)chequers manor, Stokenchurch, Oxfordshire
1346 1414 2013-04-25 2013-04-25


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