Normansland, Moorehouse and Woodend in Dymock (General)

by Loveridge @, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 09:35 (27 days ago)

Does anybody please have any information about the properties known as Normansland (previously known as Yokeford), Moorehouse and Woodend all of which are in the parish of Dymock. I am particularly interested in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Normansland, Moorehouse and Woodend in Dymock

by MPGriffiths @, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 16:23 (27 days ago) @ Loveridge

Assume you have searched the National Archives

A2a


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Messuage called Moorehouse and lands (field-names); messuage called Curswuld and lands (no details)

Boxwell Court Estate. DEEDS. Newent. Messuage called Moorhouse and lands (field names);

Held by: Gloucestershire Archives

Date: 1566-1596

Reference: D48/T51


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Customary messuage called le Woodings all Woodend, als. Sheyles, with cottage and land part of

Society of Genealogists Collection. Deeds etc. of Dymock and other parishes. Dymock. Customary messuage called le Woodings als Woodend, als. Sheyles, with cottage and land part of Gamage Hall.

Held by: Gloucestershire Archives

Date: 1684-1814

Reference: D185/4/10


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Copy of court roll of the Manor of Dymock parva alias Gamage Hall (Dymock, co....

Rev REK Duke, antiquarian and collector. Deeds relating to various Counties. GLOUCESTERSHIRE, Dymock. Copy of court roll of the Manor of Dymock pava alias Gamage Hall (Dymock, co. Glous), recording grant of licence of alienation from Richard Hill and George Hill to John Hill of Woodend, of a water

Held by: Birmingham: Archives, Heritage and Photography Service

Date: Dates Unknown

Reference: MS 3415/29

Normansland, Moorehouse and Woodend in Dymock

by MPGriffiths @, Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 16:35 (27 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

Going back to Customary messuage called le Woodings all. Woodend, als Sheyles


Having a quick look again at the National Archives and searching Sheyles, Dymock


There are a number of hits which include

Will of Thomas SHEYLE - Gentleman, Dymock - dated 21 May 1667

Prerogative Court of Canterbury (Ancestry - should have this Will) -


and

one dated 22 September 1580 - Held at Worcestershire Archives and Archaelogy Service

Bond from Thomas Sheyle of Dymocke (Dymock) Gloucs yoman to Thomas PHELPOTTES etc


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Checking quickly with Men in Armour 1608 for Dymock

there is

Richard SHEILE - labourer A20 - lower stature
John SHEILE of Calowey yeoman - A 40 tallest stature ***


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British History on Line / Dymock

has information on the Shayles, Gamage Hall... etc.

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Using the Soundex for SHAYLE - Dymock - there are many early variations of the surname


The burial of Thomas SHAYLE (Gent) dated 12 April 1667 - buried at Dymock

residence: De Callow

Normansland, Moorehouse and Woodend in Dymock

by nimrod, Friday, May 31, 2019, 18:33 (25 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

The marriage settlement dated 16/17 July 1668 of Poole Pauncefoot of Carsholds alias Carswalls, son of William Pauncefoot refers to 'the Moores and Moores House in Newent.'

Ref: G/A D4431/2/79/1
Could Curswuld = Carwalls?

Old Shayles Farm is on the Newent to Dymock road, near Dymock.

Nimrod

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