Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with
those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and
the Court of Augmentations - Ref. 8
134/MISC/2479 - Manor and parish of Shenstone,
claimed by Thomas
Stanley by lease made by the late
Abbot of Osney. 1558
134/6Eliz/Hil1 - Wm. Yodall, Thos. Ruddinge, or W.
Edyall, T. Ryddyng. v. Thos.
Stanleye: For proof of the lease from
the abbot and convent of Osseney, Oxford. 1564
134/26Eliz/Hil8 - John Adcock, senr. and junr., Agnes
Adcock, Julian Elliot, Hen. Latnor, and Isabella,
John Sylvester. v. Thos.
Stanley: Manor of Moss, in the parish
of Shenston, and certain lands in the occupation of
the plaintiffs; whether parcel of the manor of Moss,
in the parish of Shenston. 1583
133/8/1232 - Alleged contempt by Henry
Stanley of a decree made in a suit in
the Exchequer, brought in 27 Eliz., by John Adcock,
sen, John Adcock, jun, Agnes Adcock, John Elliott,
Henry Latnor and Isabel, his wife, and John
Silvester, against him and Thomas
Stanley, his father,
concerning lands and tenements in the manor of Mosse
alias Shenston in Mosse and Shenston. 1596
134/38Eliz/Trin6 - The Queen and Roger Fowke. v. Henry
Stanley, son of Thomas
Stanley: Manor of Moss or Mosshouse,
in the parish of Shenston (Stafford); whether Thomas
Stanley possessed the manor under a lease
from the abbot of Oseney (Oxford). 1596
134/39&40Eliz/Mich21 - Anne Countess of Warwick
v. Robert Phillips, Robert Gorway: Manor and lordship
of Shenston. 1597
134/43&44Eliz/Mich20 - John Saunders and his wife
Margery. v. Robt. Fowke, Robt. Ediall, son of Wm.
Ediall: Manor of Shenston and Mosshouse (lease of the
manor by the abbot of Osney (Oxford). Thos.
Stanley and Henry
Stanley (his son) is
134/43Eliz/Trin3 - Roger Fowke v. Thos. Holt, Richard
Norton.: Manors of Mosshouse, Shenston, and Stonehall
(Stafford), and the rectory or parsonage of Shenston,
parcel of the late monastery of Oseney (Oxford), and
tythes belonging in Shenstone and Fotherley. 1601
134/44Eliz/Hil4 - John Saunders and his wife Margery.
v. Roger Fowke (farmer of the manor of Moss), Robert
Edyall.: Manor of Moss or Mosshouse, in the parish of
Shenstone (Thos. and Henry
Stanley (late farmers of such
manor) are mentioned.) 1602
134/44&45Eliz/Mich3 - Roger Fowke v. Thos. Frith,
Roland Frith.: Messuage in Nether Stonall (parcel of
the manor of Moss alias Mosshouse, in the parish of
Shenston, parcel of the late abbey of Osney (Oxford).
134/44&45Eliz/Mich4 - Thos. Frith, Nicholas
Thornton alias Weaver. v. Roger Fowke, farmer of the
manor of Mosse, alias Mosshouse, in the parish of
134/44Eliz/Hil5 - Roger Fowke v. Thos. Holt, Richard
Norton: Rectory or parsonage of Shenston; whether
known by the name of the Mosshouse; whether a
tenement called Mosshouse is parcel of the manor of
134/8Chas1/Trin5 - John Gawen, John Lee v. Robt.
Plumer, Humfy. Pollard, Thos.
Stanley, William Smith, Thomas
Braughton.: Right and title to lands in Lichfield,
Shenston, and Nether Stounall, and the manor of Moss