M*CH*MORE One Name Study

UK LEGAL DOCUMENTS

On this page, information has been collected on M*CH*MOREs from legal documents relating to

For some further M*CH*MORE legal documents, see UK Wills and A calendar of Devon Deeds. All papers relating to bankruptcies (both business and personal) are listed under UK Businesses.

Underlining indicates the latest update (#31).

Charities

A few M*CH*MOREs have established charities in their wills.

Name Date Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Miss 1889 Ashburton and Buckfastleigh Cottage Hospital "... has two endowments, one of ... 400 left by Miss MICHELMORE" Kelly's Directory 1889, 1893
? MICHELMORE 1891 Charity Commissioners' order concerning MICHELMORE's charity Devon Heritage Centre
? MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1892 Michelmore's Charity distributed 1 to each of 26 deserving poor residents of Ashburton Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 26 Nov 1892
? MICHELMORE 1906 Ashburton: MICHELMORE, for Wesleyan Sunday School UK National Archives: Department of Education & Science, Elementary Education Endowments
? MICHELMORE 23 Jun 1993 charity for the benefit of the Wesleyan Sunday School at Ashburton, established by will proved 1 Apr 1886, removed from the register (Removed Main Charity 230609) Register of Charities
Rebecca MICHELMORE 1886 a native of [Ashburton], she left, on her death in 1886, upon trust 1000 Three per cent. Bank Annuities, the dividend of which was to be divided annually (24 November) between 13 men of 55 years of age and upwards and 13 men of 45 years and upwards White's Directory 1890
Rebecca MICHLEMORE 1901-1928 accounts submitted to the Charity Commission in respect of her Ashburton charities Devon Heritage Centre
Rebecca MICHELMORE 1949-1954 Document relating to a West Alvington charity Devon Heritage Centre
Rebecca MICHELMORE 1887-1971 Trustees Minute and account book for Rebecca MICHELMORE's charity, Ashburton Devon Heritage Centre
Rebecca MICHELMORE 15 Aug 1991 Ashburton Methodist Church (also called Wesleyan Chapel) charity established by her will removed from the register (Removed Main Charity 202486-1) Register of Charities
Rebecca MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1991 Rebecca Michelmore's Charity for the Poor of Ashburton amalgamated and removed from the register (Removed Main Charity 202421) Register of Charities
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1529 by will of John GYE, appointed feoffee [trustee] of a charity funded by the income from land in Dodbroke Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1901-1928 accounts submitted to the Charity Commission in respect of his Ashburton charity Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1892-1971 Trustees Minute book for his Coal Charity, Ashburton Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1917-1972 Trustees Minute book & list of recipients of his Coal Charity, Ashburton Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1991 William Michelmore's Trust amalgamated and removed from the register (Removed Main Charity 202447) Register of Charities
Poor Law

In the eighteenth and nineteenth century, parishes (in the person of churchwardens and overseers of the poor) administered legal matters relating to apprenticeship, bastardy and residence according to the Poor Law.

Name Date County Information Source
? MITCHELMORE 1829 Halwell yeoman: took Mary BINHAM (aged 14) as yearly servant Devon Heritage Centre
Agnes STONE 1813 Stokenham baptised 27 Jun 1804, daughter of William Stone and Agnes MITCHELMORE: apprenticed to Thomas PROUT Devon Heritage Centre
Andrew MICHELMORE 1735 Diptford took William TUCKER as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Andrew MICHELMORE 29 Jun 1786 Sherford sojourner, labourer: settlement examination Devon Heritage Centre
Andrew MICHELMORE 16 Feb 1802 Sherford removal order to Brixham Devon Heritage Centre
Andrew Michelmore WILLS 1822 Bovey Tracey apprenticed to William HERN, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Ann MITCHELMORE 27 Oct 1832 Sherford removal order from East Portlemouth Devon Heritage Centre
Ann MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1832 Sherford apprehension order for Henry CAUNTER, labourer, reputed father of her unborn child Devon Heritage Centre
Anne Stone MITCHELMORE 1806 Stokenham apprenticed to George STEERE, Overseer of the Poor Devon Heritage Centre
Anne MITCHELMORE 28 Aug 1828 Sherford aged 12: apprenticed and bound to Samuel CORNISH Esq Devon Heritage Centre
Austin MITCHELMORE 1831 Stokenham apprenticed to John PITTS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
B MICHELMORE 4 Jun 1819 Cockington farmer: took Willm AUSTIN (aged 12) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Charles MICHELMORE 1836 Stokenham apprenticed to John PAIGE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Charles Peters MITCHELMORE 2 Aug 1884 Stokenham apprenticed to Alpheus BROOKING, mason personal correspondent
Edward MITCHELMORE 15 Apr 1765 Sherford apprenticed to Andrew JELLARD Devon Heritage Centre
Edwd MICHELMORE Nov 1820 Westminster received parish casual relief of 5s Westminster Poor Law
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 1738 Dodbrooke spinster: took Joan MEAN as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MUCHMORE 11 Jul 1769 Liskeard, Cornwall widow: order of 7 Mar for her removal to St Cleer with her children Jane (6), John (4), Oliver (2) and Mary (4 wk) confirmed by Lostwithiel court Cornwall Record Office
Elizabeth MUCHMORE 14 Sep 1802 South Milton pauper aged 12: apprenticed to James LIDSTONE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 4 Jun1819 Cockington farmer: John PROWSE assigned to her and then by her to John BOVEY Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 4 Jun1819 Cockington farmer: William AUSTEN assigned to her and then by her to Joseph ASHFORD Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 1826 Dodbrooke singlewoman, removal order from Exeter St Mary Steps Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 1827 Dodbrooke affiliation and maintenance order on John HOOPER of Heavitree, baker Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 1827 Stokenham apprenticed to Thomas EALES Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 1829 South Milton removal order from South Pool Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MITCHELMORE 18 Dec 1830 South Pool removal order to South Milton Devon Heritage Centre
Elkanah MITCHELMORE 22 Apr 1808 Chivelstone Samuel GOODYEAR, joiner, carpenter & millwright, paid duty on his apprenticeship indenture UK Register of Duties Paid on Apprentices' Indentures
George MICHELMORE 1810 Totnes tailor: took William KING (aged 11) as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 1811 Combeinteign-head apprenticed to Mary Ann BRAY Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 1811 Combeinteign-head apprenticed to William BRAY Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHILMORE 13 Mar 1815 Cockington farmer of Combeintinhead: took Susanna DUST (aged 12) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Henry MICHELMORE 8 May 1818 Cockington farmer: Susanna DUST assigned to him Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 30 Mar 1824 Coffinswell of Combeinteignhead: reassigned apprentice John STADDON (aged 9) from Richard ASHFORD Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 1825 Combeinteign-head apprenticed to Thomas SATTERLEY, farmer Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 1827 Combeinteign-head apprenticed to Mary WILLS, farmer Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MICHELMORE 1841-46 Kenn of Combeinteignhead: employed James PIKE of Kenn parish as a labourer Devon Heritage Centre
Heny MICHELMORE 8 Nov 1819 Coffinswell farmer of Combeintinhead: took John STADDON (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Heziah MITCHELMORE 1814 Stokenham apprenticed to Samuel CORNISH Esq of Sherford Devon Heritage Centre
James MITCHELMORE 1792 Stokenham took William RINNELL as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
James MITCHELMORE 1808 Stokenham apprenticed to John PEARSE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Jane MITCHELMORE 3 Jul 1798 Sherford apprenticed to Samuel CORNISH Esq of Chivelstone Devon Heritage Centre
Jane MITCHELMORE 1809 Stokenham apprenticed to Robert PEPPERELL, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Jane MITCHELMORE 27 Mar 1830 Sherford aged 12: apprenticed & bound to Aaron HONEYWILL, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Jeffrey MICHELMORE 1818 Ashprington yeoman: took William DAMERELL as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Jeffry MICHELMORE 1817 Ashprington yeoman of Harberton: took Mary Ann BUCKINGHAM as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Joane MUCHAMORE 1735 Moreleigh issued settlement certificate for Charleton Devon Heritage Centre
Joanna MITCHELMORE 6 Jan 1764 Sherford apprenticed to William WAKEHAM, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
John MICHAELMORE 1729 Dartington took James WELLS as apprentice Wells Apprentices of Great Britain
John MUCKMORE 1761 Liskeard, Cornwall tailor: took Joseph SERJEANT as apprentice, paid 3 guineas duty Britain country apprentices
John MITCHELMORE 2 Jun 1764 Kingsbridge Walter COLLE, blacksmith, paid duty on his apprenticeship indenture UK Register of Duties Paid on Apprentices' Indentures
John MITCHELMORE 1781 Halwell apprenticed to Rev. Thomas WHINYATES of Charleton Devon Heritage Centre
John MICHELMORE 16 Oct 1789 Sherford apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 1798 Stokenham took George JEFFERY as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 1801 Dodbrooke apprenticed to Richard HAWKINS Esq Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHAMORE 13 Jun 1804 Sherford apprenticed to John EVANS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 25 Jul 1806 Sherford aged 10: apprenticed to Jonathan HODGE, yeoman of Slapton Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 1814 Moreleigh presumed father of child of Elizabeth HEXT ^ Halwell Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 1814 Stokenham took Sarah JEFFERY as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
John Mitchelmore DURE 1827 Stokenham apprenticed to Nicholas DURE, stone mason Devon Heritage Centre
John MITCHELMORE 19 Dec 1829 West Alvington presumed father of child of Mary CROCKER alias FITZWATER, ordered to pay 11s 6d for birthing expenses, 12s plus 1s 6d a week for maintenance of the said child, and 1 12s 6d legal costs Devon Heritage Centre
John Stone MICHELMORE 1836 Stokenham apprenticed to John PAIGE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Maria MICHELMORE 21 Dec 1852 Morley affiliation order made against putative father John JEFFREYS Britain country apprentices
Mary MITCHELMORE 1765 West Alvington apprenticed to Michael JEFFERY, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELLMORE 1767 West Alvington apprenticed to Michael JEFFERY, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELMORE 1776 Stokenham apprenticed to William MITCHELMORE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELMORE 1784 Halwell apprenticed to David MANNING of Diptford Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELMORE 1792 Stokenham apprenticed to Richard GARLAND, gentleman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MUCHAMORE 11 Aug 1792 South Milton pauper: apprenticed to William BALL, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary Ann MUCHAMORE 12 Apr 1800 Sherford apprenticed to John ADAMS jun Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELMORE 1805 Stokenham apprenticed to Treby H HAYSE Esq of South Pool Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MUCHAMORE 5 Jul 1808 South Milton named Thomas POLYBLANK as the father of her unborn child Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MUCHAMORE 16 Sep 1808 South Milton Thomas POLYBLANK ordered to pay the parish 12s for birthing expenses plus 18d per week to maintain Mary's son Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MITCHELMORE 1828, 1831 Stokenham apprenticed to John PITTS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Mary MICHELMORE 3 Mar 1845 Devon affiliation case dismissed for want of sufficient evidence Britain country apprentices
Nicholas MUCHAMORE 24 May 1725 Sherford apprenticed to George GILLARD Devon Heritage Centre
Nicholas MITCHELMORE 1742 Stokenham yeoman: took Robert WHITE as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Nicholas MITCHELMORE 3 Jul 1798 Sherford apprenticed to Samuel CORNISH of Chivelstone, and then to Elizabeth on Samuel's death Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1793 Stokenham yeoman: took Richard TOLECHARD as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1799 Stokenham yeoman: took Robert PARSLEIGH as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1802 Stokenham yeoman: took Lydia NICHOLSON as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1803 Stokenham yeoman: took William PENNY as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1815 Stokenham yeoman: took William BURNER as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1825 Stokenham yeoman: took Sarah NICHOLSON as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1838 Dodbrooke pauper, settlement examination Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MITCHELMORE 1838 Dodbrooke removal order to Dartmouth, Townstal Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 2 Apr 1804 Cockington farmer: Elizabeth WILCOCKS assigned to him Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1805 Cockington farmer: George STOCKMAN assigned to him Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 20 Jan 1807 Cockington farmer: Thomas BOND assigned to him Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1807 Ashprington took Henry BUCKINHAM as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1809 Ashprington took John TUCKERMAN as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1816 Ashprington yeoman: took Harriett ALMOND as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1823 Ashprington yeoman: took William NEWLAND as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1828 Ashprington gentleman: took Benjamin SELLICK as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MITCHELMORE 1831 Ashprington yeoman: took Mary LOWREY as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MITCHELMORE 1834 Ashprington yeoman: took Mary Ann STEPHENS as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Richard MUCHAMORE 9 Feb 1804 South Milton aged 8, pauper: apprenticed to Thomas POLYBLANK, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Richard MITCHELMORE 1823 Stokenham apprenticed to Ambrose Hext RANDALL, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Robert MICHEALMORE 2 May 1808 Broadhempston yeoman: took Thomas BLACKLER (aged 8) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MITCHELMORE 1811 Moreleigh took Elizabeth PIELLAND (aged 9) as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Robert MICHELMORE 2 Apr 1811 Broadhempston farmer: took John AYSH (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MITCHELMORE 1817 Halwell took Elizabeth DAMERALL (aged 9) as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Robert MICHELMORE 5 Apr 1819 Broadhempston took Thomas FAIRCHILD (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 26 Jun 1820 Broadhempston took Mary BLACKLER alias COTTON (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 23 Oct 1821 Broadhempston farmer: took Henry TOZER (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 27 Jul 1824 Broadhempston farmer: took John COURT (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 28 Mar 1826 Broadhempston farmer: took Mary Ann REEVES (aged 10) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robt MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1832 Broadhempston farmer: took Eliz PETERS (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robt MICHELMORE 27 Mar 1832 Broadhempston gent: took John BLACKLER (aged 12) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robt MICHELMORE 28 Aug 1832 Broadhempston farmer: took Betsey WOLSTON (aged11) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 6 Jul1836 Broadhempston yeoman: took Wm STEVENS (aged 9) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 10 May 1837 Broadhempston yeoman: took Eliza WINSOR (aged 10) as apprentice Britain country apprentices
Robert MICHELMORE 5 Jan 1854 Paignton affiliation order made against him in favour of Celia HIDDLE Britain country apprentices
Sarah MICHELMORE 1770 Sherford apprenticed to Stephen LAKEMAN, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1774 Sherford apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah MITCHELMORE 1785 Stokenham apprenticed to John LOME, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah MITCHELMORE 1796 Stokenham apprenticed to William PAIGE, yeoman of East Allington Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah MITCHELMORE 17 Jul 1821 Sherford aged 13: apprenticed & bound to Edward TORR of Buckland Tout Saints Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah Ann MITCHELMORE 1822 Stokenham apprenticed to John PEARCE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Sarah MICHELMORE 7 Nov 1854 Devon affiliation order made against William DREW, putative father of her child Britain country apprentices
Soloman MITCHELMORE 29 Dec 1787 Stokenham yeoman: paid duty on indenture of apprentice Gabriel BEER UK Register of Duties Paid on Apprentices' Indentures
Soloman MITCHELMORE 1790 Stokenham took Samuel MINGO as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Soloman MITCHELMORE 1793 Stokenham yeoman: took Mary STONE as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHELMORE 1792 Stokenham yeoman: took George PRETTIJOHNS as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHELMORE 1801 Stokenham yeoman: took Susanna HANAFORD as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHLEMORE 1801 Stokenham yeoman: took Robert POUND as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHELMORE 1803 Stokenham yeoman: took Jemminma TAYLOR as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHELMORE 1805 Stokenham yeoman: took Robert POUND as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Solomon MITCHELMORE 1805 Stokenham yeoman: took Matthew TROUT as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MUCHAMORE 12 Apr 1800 Sherford apprenticed to Andrew GILLARD, churchwarden Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MUCHAMORE 7 Dec 1819 West Alvington aged 11, pauper: apprenticed to William BALL Junr of South Milton Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MITCHELMORE 1821 Blackawton took Ann SWEET as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MITCHELMORE 1829 South Milton removal order from South Pool Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MITCHELMORE 18 Dec 1830 South Pool removal order to South Milton Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1739 Ugborough took James CAWKER as an apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1771 Stokenham yeoman of Coleridge, Stokenham: took James CLEMENTS as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1774 Sherford apprenticed to Crispin COLLINS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1776 Stokenham yeoman: took Mary MITCHELMORE as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1783 Stokenham yeoman: took Sarah WEEKES as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1784 Stokenham yeoman: took Edward COLE as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 4 Jul 1785 Stokenham Overseer of the Poor Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1785 Stokenham yeoman: took Jacob TROUT as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 16 Oct 1789 Sherford yeoman: took Jane PATEY as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1790 Stokenham yeoman: took Mary WILLS as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Wm MUCKAMORE 28 Jun 1792 St George, Southwark lath render: took Thos SHELTON as 7yr apprentice, paid 10 5s duty Ancestry
William MUCKAMORE 1792 Newington, Surrey lath render: took Thomas SHELTON as apprentice Britain country apprentices
William MITCHELMORE 1798 Stokenham apprenticed to Thomas HUPELL, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
William MUCHAMORE 12 Apr 1800 Sherford apprenticed to John EVANS, churchwarden Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1801 Stokenham took Grace WILLS as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 1802 Stokenham apprenticed to James TORRING, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE [no date] Stokenham took William WOOD as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Wm MUCKAMORE 29 Sep 1803 Newington, Surrey lath render: took James WALTON as apprentice Britain country apprentices
William MUCHAMORE 1806 South Milton aged 8: apprenticed to Robert CUTMORE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
William MUCHAMORE 20 Jun 1811 South Milton aged 13: apprenticed to Robert CUTMORE, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Wm MICHELMORE 4 Apr 1814 Cockington farmer: took John PROWSE (aged 7) as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 8 May 1818 Cockington farmer: took Mary DOUST as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
Wm MICKLEMORE Nov 1820 Westminster received parish casual relief of 6s Westminster Poor Law
William Kelland MICHELMORE 1824 Halwell aged 14, son of William MICHELMORE: apprenticed to William MICHELMORE of Boreston, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1824 Halwell yeoman of Boreston: took William Kelland MICHELMORE aged 14 as apprentice Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMORE 1829 Halwell yeoman of Halwell: took Mary BINHAM aged 14 of St Saviours as yearly servant Devon Heritage Centre
William H MUCHMORE Jan 1898 Budock, Cornwall East Kerrier Petty Sessions granted Jane BENNETTS an affiliation order of 2s a week [child support] against him Royal Cornwall Gazette 6 Jan 1898
William MUCHMORE 12 Feb 1906 Godstone aged 14, chargeable to Wandsworth: Guardians considered proposal he be apprenticed to Henry TAYLOR, Upper Caterham Surrey Mirror 16 Feb 1906
Willmot MITCHELMORE 24 Mar 1764 Sherford apprenticed to William ADAMS, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Wilmate MITCHELMORE 6 Dec 1805 Sherford removal order to East Allington Devon Heritage Centre
Real estate

For other documents possibly referring to real estate transactions, see the early court cases listed below.

Name Date Information Source
Alicia Mitchelmore DAVIS 1898 wife of Simeon DAVIS, innkeeper ^ Meonstoke: title to land (25 p) in Meonstoke Hampshire Record Office
Alicia Mitchelmore DAVIS 1900 with her husband Simeon, conveyed land to the London & South Western Railway Company Hampshire Record Office
Betsy MICHELMORE 1 Jul 1820 widow & adminstratrix of William MICHELMORE, yeoman ^ Cockington: leased Bowman's tenement, Jackson's tenement and several meadows in Cockington from Roger MALLOCK for 40 years at a rent of 140 Devon Heritage Centre
Betsy MICHELMORE 18 Sep 1820 occupant with Roger MALLOCK of the messuage or tenement with the cider pound, threshing machine fields or closes of land and premises in Cockington: said property leased to Nicholas BOVEY of Ipplepen, yeoman Devon Heritage Centre
Elizabeth MUCHMORE 28 Jan 1772 lease of a property at Looe Mills, Liskeard, refers to her as a widow, daughter of deceased miller Thomas BUNT of Liskeard Cornwall Record Office
Guy de MOCHELMORE 1328 holds lands in Badeston [modern Bayton] in the psh of Malleburgh [Malborough] granted by John DAVAILLES to Robert de LYE personal correspondent
Henry MUCHMORE 11 Jun 1844 lease of property in Morval refers to him as of Polliscourt in the parish of St Martin by Looe, yeoman and a trustee under the will of John BRAY Cornwall Record Office
James MICHELMORE 10 Jun 1608 yeoman of Harberton: gives an annuity of 4 for 21 years to Henry SHORT, blacksmith of Totnes, for closes in Eastleigh and Harberton personal correspondent
Jean MICHELMORE née METCALF 1958 purchased The White House, Reigate, with proceeds of 3000 left to her by one of her Two-Way Family Favourites audience Two-Way Family Favourites
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1771 butcher of Buckfastleigh: settlement of land and Grutes tenement by Thomas & Jabez IRELAND, both butchers ^ Ashburton, on his marriage to Elizabeth IRELAND Devon Heritage Centre
Jeffery MICHELMORE 1775 butcher of Ashburton: leased land in Ashburton for 99 yr for 12 plus 6d pa Devon Heritage Centre
John MICHELMORE 1539 Inquisition post Mortem Exchequer: King's remembrancer, Escheators' Files
John MYCHELMORE Mar 1541 Malborough document relates to the lease of "a tenement in Saltecomb with half a garden between the tenement of John MYCHELMORE on the south and the tenement of Richard CHEPE on the north" UK National Archives
John MICHELMORE 4 Oct 1738 tanner: named in property trust deed of Dartington Feoffees Devon Heritage Centre
John MUCHMORE 12 Feb 1760 lease of a property in Higher Penpol, St Veep, names Jn MUCHMORE, son of Oliver MUCHMORE of Menheniot aged 25 ; endorsed later with note that John is deceased Cornwall Record Office
Jn MUCHMORE 8 Jan 1762 witness with John BUNT to a lease of a property at Looe Mills, Liskeard Cornwall Record Office
John MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1820 yeoman ^ Lifton, Devon: lent Robert SANDERCOCK of Penhale, Cornwall, 250 on the security of the messuages and tenements called Trewassa (4A 29P) and Nettles Park (18A, 35P), to be repaid at 4.8% pa interest Malcolm McCarthy Collection
Jn MUCHMORE 28 Aug 1841 carpenter: title deed to house in West Street, Fowey, Cornwall, names him as one of the occupiers Cornwall Record Office
John MUCHMORE 30 Sep 1846 carpenter: conveyance document names him as joint occupier of a house in West Street, Fowey Cornwall Record Office
John MITCHELMORE 1847 cider merchant of Brixham: leased property in All Saints Parish, Brixham Devon Heritage Centre
Jn MUCHMORE 16 Nov 1857 lease of property in St Martin by Looe refers to him as a miller of Palace Court, St Martin, churchwarden Cornwall Record Office
Jn MUCHMORE 16 Nov 1857 lease of property in St Martin by Looe refers to him as a yeoman of St Martin by Looe, churchwarden of St Martin Cornwall Record Office
John MITCHELMORE 1861 apportionment of the Rent Charges in lieu of Tithes in the parish of Brixham: John MITCHELMORE, occupier of land owned by William GORTLEY and measuring 16 pecks, to pay 6d to Vicar London Gazette 15 Oct 1861
Jn MUCHMORE 25 Mar 1863 lease of property in St Martin by Looe refers to him as a yeoman of St Martin by Looe, churchwarden of St Martin Cornwall Record Office
M W MICHELMORE 1942-1945 Acquisition of land in war damaged areas: correspondence with M W MICHELMORE, an Exeter solicitor UK National Archives: Ministry of Town & Country Planning, War Damaged Reconstruction Areas
Mary Ann Michelmore LILLICRAP 1923 widow, executor and trustee of the will of John LILLICRAP ^ Plymouth: sold 65 Old Town Street, Plymouth to William DUMMETT for ₤1300 Devon Heritage Centre
Peter MOCHELMOUR 27 Oct 1406 & 10 Apr 1407 his homages and services leased by John & Joan CROSSE to John MARTYN, William BURLESTON and Thomas REYMOUND along with various lands in Estwere, Bodeleford [Buddleford, Collumpton], Lyneworthy, Badeston [Bayton, Salcombe] and Radewey [Radway, Teignmouth] Devon Feet of Fines CP 25/1/73 No. 81
Peter MUTCHMORE 21 Jun 1672 taylor of Stokeingham: leased Cutland's Tenement, Chillington, from Matthew HALS ^ Efford for 99 years on the lives of his children Peter and Katherine MUTCHMORE Devon Heritage Centre
Phil MICHELMORE 26 Jun 1690 lease mentions her as owner with Jn COLE of land in Liskeard adjoining Luke Street Cornwall Record Office
Philip & Amey MICHELMORE 1743 with Philip LUSCOMBE, sold 17 acres of land in Buckfastleigh parish to Othniel GIDLEY for 60 Devon Heritage Centre
Phil MICHAELMORE 26 Jan 1770 title deed to tenement in Luke's Street, Liskeard, mentions her as previous owner with Jn COLE of adjoining land Cornwall Record Office
Philip MICHELMORE 21 Jul 1779 received 6s 7d from Margaret WINGETT for “Quarter’s Landtax” due Midsummer 1779 Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 2 Jan 1796 yeoman ^ Cockington: leased part of the Barton of Cockington and Tor Abbey meadow from Roger MALLOCK Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 1817, 1819 gentleman ^ Staverton: financial interest in property in Atherton Lane, Totnes Devon Heritage Centre
Philip MICHELMORE 16 Sep 1872 ^ Painsford, Ashprington: purchased No. 2, St Germans Villas, Exeter, for 1230 Cornwall Record Office
Philip MICHELMORE 25 Nov 1872 ^ 2 St Germans Villas, St Davids, Exeter: purchased adjoining land for 162:10s Cornwall Record Office
Philip MICHELMORE 30 Sep 1882 ^ 2 St Germans Villas, Pennsylvania [Exeter]: sold this house for L1468 Cornwall Record Office
Richard de MUCHELEMOR 19 May 1243 bought 1 ferlings of land [about 15 acres] in Edelton [Ilton, Malborough] from Richard de CURCHESWELL for a price of 8 marks of silver [about 5 pounds] Devon Feet of Fines AD1243 [27 Henry iii]
Richard MICHELMOUR 28 Jan 1379/80 with wife Joan, held a house and land in Dydesham for a term of life Devon Feet of Fines AD1379 [3 Richard ii]
Richard Hancock MITCHELMORE 22 May 1830 yeoman ^ Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, eldest son & executor of John MITCHELMORE, yeoman late of Lipton, Devon (died intestate 16 Jul 1829, letters of administration granted 24 Oct 1829): Henry PETHICK of Launceston paid him 259 7s 6d to redeem Robert SANDERCOCK's loan secured by the properties at Trewassa and Nottles Park, the title to the said properties being then transferred to Henry PETHICK Malcolm McCarthy Collection
Robert MITCHELMORE the elder 25 Mar 1811 yeoman of Morley: leased various fields and tenements in Morleigh from John PARKER, Earl of Morleigh, for 10 yr at 114 pa Devon Heritage Centre
Roger MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1525 along with Thomas MICHELMORE, William MICHELMORE and others, appointed feoffee of a messuage and adjacent garden in Kyngesbrigge UK National Archives
Thomas MYCHELMORE 6 Aug 1523 along with William MYCHELMORE and others, appointed feoffee of a messuage and garden in Kyngesbryg UK National Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1525 along with William MICHELMORE, Roger MICHELMORE and others, appointed feoffee of a messuage and adjacent garden in Kyngesbrigge UK National Archives
Thomas MOCHELMOR  1528/29 grantor: Nicholas DAVELLYS of Yarde [Yerde] in Malborough; grantee: Thomas MOCHELMOR and others; re properties in Thulston [Thurlestone], Saltcombe [Salcombe], and Shabbecombe [Shadycombe] in Malborough UK National Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE Apr 1529 along with others, appointed feoffee of a close and a garden in Dodbrooke UK National Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE 9 Jan 1531 along with others, appointed feoffee of several properties in Fursedon, Sherford; Colruge, Stokenham; and Ford, Chevelston UK National Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE 23 Sep 1741 had held messuage and lands in Buckfastleigh Devon Heritage Centre
Thomas MITCHELMORE 2 Aug 1815 mason of Plympton St Maurice: along with William BARKER, leased Quarry Field and Dorsmouth Hill quarry from John PARKER and Lord BORRINGDON for 14 yr at 10 pa Devon Heritage Centre
William MICHELMOUR 28 Jan 1379/80 with wife Joan, held a house and land in Dydesham for a term of life Devon Feet of Fines AD1379 [3 Richard ii]
William MYCHELMORE 6 Aug 1523 along with Thomas MYCHELMORE and others, appointed feoffee of "a messuage and garden in Kyngesbryg" UK National Archives
William MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1525 along with Roger MICHELMORE, Thomas MICHELMORE and others, appointed feoffee of a messuage and adjacent garden in Kyngesbrigge UK National Archives
William MICHELMORE 10 Apr 1808 yeoman ^ Cockington: leased Cockington Wood from Roger MALLOCK for 14 yr at a rent of ₤45, with the liberty of burning lime at Stantor Quarry at such times as Roger MALLOCK shall appoint Devon Heritage Centre
William Thomas MITCHELMORE 1938 purchased 5 Church Street, Paignton Devon Heritage Centre
Divorce proceedings
Name Date Information Source
Bertha MITCHELMORE 18 Jan 1921 [see Frank MITCHELMORE] National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Cyril Edward MITCHELMORE Dec 1946 [see Phyllis Audrey MITCHELMORE] Taunton Courier & Western Advertiser 7 Dec 1946
Ellen MUCHMORE 29 Apr 1863 servant to Mr & Mrs HARE in 1859: gave evidence at their divorce proceedings The Morning Post 30 Apr 1863
Frank MITCHELMORE 18 Jan 1921 tailor of Totnes: married his wife Bertha 24 yr previously, they lived at Brooklands, Bridgetown, Totnes and had 8 children; wife left him in 1914 with co-respondent Frank Edwin POTTER, a lodger, with whom she had a child; granted decree National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Herbert Basil Goldwer MICHELMORE 1934 appellant vs Norah MICHELMORE, co-respondent Victor STARK National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Mildred Michelmore DICKSON 1933 appellant vs Kenneth Bruce DICKSON National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Minnie MUCHMORE 11 Aug 1892 of Wellington Road, St John's Wood: gave evidence in divorce case The Morning Post 12 Aug 1892
Norah MICHELMORE 1934 respondent vs Herbert Basil Goldwer MICHELMORE, co-respondent Victor STARK National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Phyllis MICHELMORE 1925 respondent vs Thomas Gerald MICHELMORE, co-respondent Arthur Vere TABOR National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Phyllis Audrey MITCHELMORE Dec 1946 of Field Gate, Taunton: granted divorce from Cyril Edward MITCHELMORE on grounds of husband's misconduct, with custody of two children Taunton Courier & Western Advertiser 7 Dec 1946
Richard MUCHMORE 14 Jul 1892 landlord of a house in Wellington Street, St John’s Wood: gave evidence in divorce case about a lady who had taken lodgings at his house The Morning Post 15 Jul 1892
Sarah MUCHMORE 11 Aug 1892 of Wellington Road, St John's Wood: gave evidence in divorce case about a couple who took lodgings at her home The Morning Post 12 Aug 1892
Thomas Gerald MICHELMORE 1925 appellant vs Phyllis MICHELMORE, co-respondent Arthur Vere TABOR National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Walter Michelmore HITCHCOCK 1924 respondent vs Millicant Ada HITCHCOCK National Archives, Divorce Court Files
Other court cases

Note that early court cases relating to messuages [dwellings] and land may have been formalities required in order to transfer title from one person to another.

Name Date Information Source
? MICHELMORE 1591-1596 MICHELMORE v. HARVYE: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
? MICHIMORE 1596-1616 MICHIMORE v. [COURTNEY]: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
? MICHELMORE 1603-1625 MICHELMORE v. PEARSE, LAVERS and COLMAN: Devon. UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
? MICHELMORE 1558-1649 DICKING v MICHELMORE UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Country Depositions
? MICHAELMORE 1730 MICHAELMORE v. MICHAELMORE UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
? MICHLEMORE 1738 MICHLEMORE vs WOTTON UK National Archives: Jury panels
? MICHELMORE 1817 MICHELMORE v TULL. Bill only UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
? MITCHELMORE 1830, 1832 WAKEHAM v MITCHELMORE UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings 1801-1842; Chancery Masters' Account Books
? MITCHELMORE 14 Jan 1833 case of WAKEHAM v MITCHELMORE to be heard at Vice-Chancellor's Court, Westminster Morning Chronicle 14 Jan 1833
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 16 Dec 1857 spirit merchant ^ Torquay: Jonathon ROOSE trial began at Devonshire winter assizes Leeds Mercury 19 Dec 1857
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Dec 1857 wine and spirit merchant ^ Torquay: nephew Jonathan ROOSE found guilty at Exeter assizes of assaulting Jane STONE with the intent of causing her grievious bodily harm The Preston Guardian 24 Dec 1857
? MICHELMORE Jan 1859 draper, Newton Abbot: sued John TOWNSEND, clock maker, for goods worth 7 15s that had been delivered but not paid for Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 27 Jan 1859
? MITCHELMORE 17 Dec 1861 case of MITCHELMORE vs ATKINSON to be heard at Rolls Chambers, Chancery Lane. The Morning Post 17 Dec 1861
? MITCHELMORE 29 Sep 1862 builder: application for a licence for the Fountain Inn, Trinity Street, Cardiff, which had been closed for some years, rejected on the ground that there was no public necessity for the licence Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian and Brecon Gazette 3 Oct 1862
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 6 Aug 1867 landlord of the Princess Royal tavern, Walham Green [Fulham]: fined 20 s at Surrey assizes for keeping a dangerous dog Daily News 7 Aug 1867
? MITCHELMORE 16 Apr 1868 switchman at Torquay station: found guilty by inquest jury of causing the death of Charles MARSH, an engine driver, in a collision on the South Devon Railway that had been caused by his negligence; had since absconded (in the opinion of his brother, through fear of punishment) The Derby Mercury 22 Apr 1868
? MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1869 builder ^ Cardiff: an employee sentenced to one month's imprisonment for falsely obtaining a brush by pretending it was for his employer Western Mail 23 Oct 1869
? MICHELMORE 26 Oct 1881 case of THOMSON vs MICHELMORE to be heard at Chancery Division, High Court of Justice, Lincoln's Inn The Morning Post 26 Oct 1881
? MICHELMORE 23 Jan 1882 case of MICHELMORE vs BOWDEN to be heard at the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division The Standard 25 Jan 1882
? MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Feb 1882 at County Petty Sessions at Totnes, several persons found guilty of poaching on his lands at Berry Pomeroy Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 15 Feb 1882
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 30 Apr 1883 Robert SMALE accused of throwing dirt at him while walking down Cornet Street, St Peter Port; case dismissed The Star (Guernsey) 10 May 1883
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 26 Feb 1887 John PURCHASE found guilty of stealing six pieces of deal, value 4s, from Messr Honeychurch & Mitchelmore The Hampshire Advertiser 2 Mar 1887
? MICHELMORE 13 Dec 1888 case of MICHELMORE vs STUDDY to be heard at Chancery Division, High Court The Morning Post 13 Dec 1888
? MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1891 case of DAINES vs MICHELMORE to be heard at the High Court of Justice The Morning Post 11 Apr 1891
? MICHAELMORE 28 Apr 1891 case of MICHAELMORE vs HARDING to be heard at the High Court The Morning Post 28 Apr 1891
? MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1892 case of MICHELMORE vs MARSHALL to be heard at Chancery Division, High Court The Morning Post 16 Nov 1892
? MICHELMORE 1893 MICHELMORE vs MUDGE: funds outstanding at the Chancery Pay Office, account opened by order of 30 Apr 1860, last payment out 19 Jan 1865 London Gazette 1 Mar 1893
? MUCHMORE, Mrs 1 Apr 1895 ^ Wellington Road, St John's Wood: gave evidence in corruption case related to 1892 divorce case The Morning Post 2 Apr 1895
? MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1898 case of MICHELMORE's estate (TOZER vs MAYE) to be heard at Chancery Division, High Court The Morning Post 31 Jan 1898
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 9 Nov 1898 cashier, Metropolitan Bank, Bath: gave evidence in a case of fraudulent dealing The Morning Post 10 Nov 1898
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Jul 1900 proprietor of the Grasshopper Hotel, Jersey: gave evidence that a person arrested in Guernsey had stayed at his hotel The Star (Guernsey) 5 Jul 1900
? MICHELMORE 1908 MICHELMORE vs MUDGE: dormant funds in Court (Chancery), last payment 18 Dec 1899; also 1911, 1914, 1920, 1923 London Gazette 3 Mar 1908
? MICHELMORE 1910 MICHELMORE vs MUDGE Dougal's Index Register to Next of Kin, Heirs at Law and Cases of Unclaimed Money Advertisements
Agnes MITCHELMORE 2 Apr 1837 delivered still-born child at Buckland, wrapped it in flannel and hid it; the body, when discovered, had been partially eaten by rats; committed for trial Western Times 29 Apr 1837
Albert MICHELMORE May 1897 butcher ^ Dyffryn: fined 5s for keeping a dog without a licence Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard 28 May 1897
Anastise MICHELMORE 1486-1493 or 1504-1515 Nicholas MICHELMORE v. Anastise MICHELMORE, late the wife of Walter MICHELMORE: Action of dower by defendant for lands in Saltcomb: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Andrew MITCHELMORE Nov 1872 in charge of store of Messrs Watts & Bearns, coal merchants at Newton Abbot: admonished by magistrate for not reporting incorrect weighing balance Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 27 Nov 1872
Bridget MITCHELMORE 1894 along with Rachel CONNELLY and Alice ELLISON, prosecuted for larceny in Liverpool court Lancashire Record Office
C F MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1861 solicitor ^ Totnes: his clerk, Francis DRAKE, acquitted of charge of embezzling 5s from his master Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 20 Mar 1861
Caroline MUCHAMORE 21 Oct 1881 otherwise called Caroline MICHELMORE: at Plymouth General Quarter Sessions, fined 10 for keeping a bawdy house England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Charles Frederick MICHELMORE Apr 1851 solicitor ^ Totnes: found guilty of assaulting Mr Jeffry John EDWARDS, who had accused him of forging his [EDWARDS's] signature, at Totnes on 28 Nov 1850; fined 10 and ordered to provide securities totalling 100 to keep the peace Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 17 Apr 1851
Charles MICHELMORE Jun 1852 late of Totnes, solicitor: the executors of his estate successfully sued for payment of outstanding 6 rent on a field called West Chisseldon in the parish of Brixham of Brixham Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 24 Jun 1852
Charles MICHELMORE 11 Jan 1886 labourer of Buckfastleigh: with William & Richard MICHELMORE, fined 5 at Totnes Petty Sessions for poaching from Mr E F TANNER's rabbit warren in Lydford Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 12 Jan 1886
Charles Edward MICHELMORE 7 Jun 1922 watchman aged 44 of Henry Street, Plymouth: accused of bigamously marrying Muriel Hester CARTWRIGHT, a widow with 5 children, on 20 Apr at King Street Wesleyan Church; he married Henrietta MICHELMORE in London in 1903 while a lance corporal in the Military Foot Police at Chelsea, but claimed he had received a letter from a friend in London stating that his wife was dead Western Morning News 8 Jun 1922
Cyril Edward MITCHELMORE 6 Oct 1941 dockyard worker and member of Plymouth AFS , b 14 Feb 1918 Plymouth, of 44 Marina Road, St Budeaux, married about 2 yr: charged at Plympton with an indecent assault on Mrs Mabel WILTON aged 53 of Sherford Cottages, Brixton, Elburton; sent to prison for 6 mo Western Morning News 11 Oct 1941
Dorothy MICHELMORE 1967,1983 REEVES, Alan: charged with murdering Dorothy MICHELMORE by manual strangulation on 5 Dec 1967 at Torquay; convicted UK National Archives: Director of Public Prosecutions, Case Papers
Edgar Harold MITCHELMORE 14 Jan 1949 builder's labourer aged 32 of Spring Villas, Sowell Road, Broadstairs: had been found knéeling before a tombstone in Canterbury, found certifiable as of unsound mind and ordered into a mental home Whitstable Times & Herne Bay Herald 15 Jan 1949
Edward MICHELMORE 17-19 Apr 1868 caused fatal accident at Torquay Railway Station by gving the wrong signal; indicted by inquest jury of manslaughter, absconded to Kingsbridge, where his wife's relatives reside; returned to Torquay and gave himself up, committed for trial Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Apr 1868
Edward MITCHELMORE 22 Jul 1868 at Devon Assizes, acquitted of manslaughter England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Edward MITCHELMORE 30 Dec 1899 [insurance] agent ^ Wharton Road, West London: defrauded of 9 17s by woman who claimed her uncle had died in Australia and left her 21,000 Lloyd’s Weekly 31 Dec 1899
Edwin MITCHELMORE 1 Jun 1893 farm labourer: gave evidence in trial over an assault at Plympton St Mary Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 1 Jul 1893
Eleanor MICHELMORE 1486-1529 Stephen DAMERELL and Eleanor, his wife, previously the wife of Richard MICHELMORE. v. Nicholas OSANT, and Robert BABYLL and Eleanor, his wife: Detention of deeds relating to messuages and gardens in Kingsbury: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Elizabeth MUCHMORE 24 Feb 1852 at Devon General Sessions, found guilty of larceny from the person England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 29 Jan 1883 ^ 6 Pratt's Road, Clapton Park: witness in case of burglary and theft against Samuel WRIGHT Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Elizabeth Jane MICHELMORE 10 Aug 1928 at Brixham Police Court, fined 2 for not provided a guard on a steam machine at the Kingswear Laundry that was dangerous to workers Western Morning News 11 Aug 1928
Ellen MITCHELMORE 14 Jun 1840 one of the pew-openers at Christ Church, Camberwell: gave evidence in a case against Henry MOORE that he stole various goods from the church Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Emily MITCHELMORE 3 Feb 1920 dressmaker @ 40: found guilty at Central Criminal Court of aiding Annie ROLPH for procure a miscarriage, sentenced to 3 yrs P S FindMyPast
Emily MITCHELMORE 22 Jun 1926 housekeeper @ 47: found guilty at Central Criminal Court: aiding Rosie GAMER to procure a miscarriage, sentenced to 5 yr P S FindMyPast
Emily MITCHELMORE 17 Nov 1931 aged 53: found guilty at Central Criminal Court: aiding Elsie CLAY and Eva Florence PICKFORD to procure a miscarriage, sentenced to 8 yr P S FindMyPast
Emily Robinson (Amy) MITCHELMORE Nov 1931 charged with abortion UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Country Depositions
Emily MITCHELMORE 19 Nov 1931 aged 53 of West Kensington: at Old Bailey, pleaded guilty to being concerned in performing operation on two women, sentenced to 8 years penal servitude Hartlepool Mail 20 Nov 1931
Eric MICHELMORE 14 Oct 1936 major and chauffeur of Frewin Road, London: fined 10s at Bath Police Court for failing to obey traffic signals in Milson Street, Bath Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette 17 Oct 1936
Frederick MUCHMORE 17 Jul 1871 at Clerkenwell General Sessions, sentenced to 4 mo imprisonment for false pretences England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Frederick MITCHELMORE 26 Apr 1887 a young man: at Dartmouth Petty Sessions, fined 40s for assault on servant girl Elizabeth WORTHMAN near Little Dartmouth Farm Western Times 27 Apr 1887
George Humberstone MITCHELMORE 5 Dec 1812 @ 38: at Clerkenwell County Sessions, found guilty of obstructing a highway and discharged on sureties, to appear England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
George Humberstone MITCHELMORE Aug 1857 landlord of the Lord Southampton Tavern, Gospel Oak Fields, Kentish Town: charged at Marylebone with preventing the police from entering the tavern to execute an arrest; case dismissed The Standard 10 Aug 1857
George MITCHELMORE 28 Dec 1874 police constable: prosecuted at Carmarthen Welshman 1 Jan 1875
George MICHELMORE May 1877 aged 63: accused by the owner of Slapton Lea of poaching, stated that he had fished in there for 43 years and had never been interrupted The Fishing Gazette 25 May 1877
George MITCHELMORE 31 Dec 1889 charged at Brixham with stealing 4 10s from a fellow lodger; had been married on 29 Dec, had served a 6 yr indoor apprenticeship Western Times 1 Jan 1890
George MITCHELMORE 31 Dec 1889 at Devon General Quarter Sessions, sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment for larceny England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
George MITCHELLMORE 7 Mar 1919 of Cannonstown: at West Penwith Sessions, Penzance, fined 1 for allowing a dog on the highway without a muzzle Cornishman 12 Mar 1919
Gwen MITCHELMORE 26 Jan 2006 aged 51 of Barmouth: jailed for 5 months for making 134 hoax emergency calls between July and October 2005, threatening a police officer, and criminal damage BBC
Harriet MITCHELMORE 15 Mar 1856 aged 27 of the Kingsbridge Union Workhouse: at Devon County Sessions, sentenced to 3 mo imprisonment for concealing the birth of her child, found dead England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 22 Mar 1856
Henry MUCHMORE 26 Mar 1849 at Cornwall County Assizes, acquitted of robbery with violence England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Henry MICHELMORE 10 Jan 1882 Clerk of the Peace: alleged libel on the part of farmer William H LEE, who had accused him of altering deeds and committing perjury in a court case tried at the Devon Quarter Sessions which resulted in LEE serving 9 months in prison Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 18 Jan 1882
Henry MUCHMORE 15 Oct 1888 fined 5s for being drunk at the Union Hotel on 5 Oct Royal Cornwall Gazette 18 Oct 1888
Henry MITCHELMORE 8 Jul 1898 pleaded guilty at Westminster Police Court to stealing silver plate, wine and other property belonging his employer, Mr J L HANNAY, Metropolitan Police Magistrate The Morning Post 9 Jul 1898
Herbert John MICHELMORE 4 Feb 1905 tailor aged 19: at Devon Assizes, charged with stealing from the house of the Abbot of Buckfast; bound over on his father's surety Western Times 5 Feb 1905
Herbert MICHELMORE 18 Jul 1928 of Church Street, Torre: fined 1 for dangerous driving on Bridgetown Hill Western Morning News 20 Jul 1928
Johanne MICHELMORE 1515-1518 Johanne MICHELMORE, widow, daughter of Nicholas BERY and of Alice, his wife. v. Richard BRODEMEDE, husband of the said Alice after the death of the said Nicholas: Land in Ashprington, held on lease of the prior and convent of Totnes: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Johan MICHELMORE 1518-1529 Johan MICHELMORE, widow. v. Richard BRADMEDE: A messuage and land in Ashprington, held on lease of Robert HYLL, prior of Totnes, complainant surviving Nicholas BURY and Alice, his wife: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
John MICHELMORE 1529-1532 John MICHELMORE and Margaret, his wife. v. Thomas DOCTON: A messuage and land in Hartland, late of Thomas RONDELL, husbandman, father of the said Margaret: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
John MICHELMORE 1707 sued Samuel MITCHELMORE & John PROWSE in relation to the estate of Philip MICHELMORE, Devon, deceased UK National Archives: Inheritance Disputes Index 1574-1714
John MUCHMORE 11 Jan 1825 court confirmed rating that would enable John MUCHMORE to vote in parliamentary elections at Fowey UK National Archives: Lostwithiel Quarter Sessions
John MUCHMORE, jun 11 Dec 1851 fined 5 for, with four other young men, arming himself with sticks and creating a disturbance by conducting himself in a very violent at disorderly manner between 2 am and 3 am on the previous Sunday morning Royal Cornwall Gazette 19 Dec 1851
John MITCHMORE 28 Jul 1859 at Devon Assizes, charged with buggery with a female ass England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
John MITCHELMORE 30 Jul 1859 labourer aged 15: acquitted of having committed an unnatural crime near Devonport on 10 Jul 1859 Western Times 6 Aug 1859
John MUCHMORE 22 May 1873 labourer employed on the Midland Railway: accused of indecently assaulting a 10-year-old child in a field near Chesterfield railway station Sheffield & Rotherham Independent 23 May 1873
John MICHELMORE 19 Nov 1873 labourer of Totnes: fined 5s for neglecting to send his child to school Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 21 Nov 1873
John Mi[t]chelmore REEVES 1 Jul 1879 labourer aged 60: at Devon General Quarter Sessions, sentenced to 4 mo imprisonment for obtaining a coat from Richard KING of Ermington by false pretences England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Western Times 3 Jul 1879
John Mitchelmore REEVES 16 Oct 1883 labourer aged 69, alias John MITCHELL alias John REEVES: at Devon General Quarter Sessions, sentenced to 12 mo imprisonment for obtaining beef and beer from premises in Wolborough by false pretences (2 previous convictions) England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
John Henry MITCHELMORE 19 Aug 1892 tailor's cutter of Ashburton: at Ashburton Petty Sessions, two youths fined for throwing sand at him Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 20 Aug 1892
John Michelmore ADAMS 25 Nov 1893 ^ Heavitree: John William STANBURY summoned for stealing twopennyworth of his apples Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 9 Dec 1893
John MICHELMORE 20 May 1904 labourer, served in the British Army during the late Transvaal war: with Frederick WALTERS, charged at Newton Abbot with stealing various articles of jewellery and food from the house of Eli HODGE, farmer of Ipplepen, with whom he was living Western Times 21 May 1904
John MICHELMORE 6 Aug 1913 labourer of Mary Tavy: fined costs for stealing part of a soldier's equipment from the Camp, where he was employed Western Times 7 Aug 1913
John Michelmore PEEKE 5 Feb 1941 of Moores Week, Luppitt: at Honiton Petty Sessions, fined 5s for moving swine across a road without a licence Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 7 Feb 1941
Joseph MUTCHMORE 23 Jul 1867 seaman: at Hull Police Court, charged with stabbing a young woman in the breast with a knife, remanded Hull Packet and East Riding Times 26 Jul 1867
Joseph MUTCHMORE 17 Oct 1867 at Kingston upon Hull General Quarter Sessions, sentenced to 4 mo imprisonment for unlawful wounding England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Joseph MUTCHMORE Oct 1867 aged 48: sent to prison for 4 mo for unlawfully and maliciously wounding one Dinah BARR on 22 Jul 1867 Hull Packet and East Riding Times 18 Oct 1867
Josiah MITCHELMORE 14 Jun 1833 master carpenter of 127 Upper Seymour Street, Euston Square: charged at Marylebone Magistrates Office with cruelty to Anne DODDRIDGE, aged 12, his apprentice; granted bail to appear at the sessions The Times (London) 15 Jun 1833
Margaret MICHELMORE 1529-1532 John MICHELMORE and Margaret, his wife. v. Thomas DOCTON: A messuage and land in Hartland, late of Thomas RONDELL, husbandman, father of the said Margaret: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Mary Ann MITCHELMORE 27 Jun 1837 @18: at Devon County Sessions, sentenced to 4 mo imprisonment for concealing the birth of her infant England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Mary Ann MICHELMORE 8 May 1863 wife of Samuel MICHELMORE, beer house keeper of Paul Street, Exeter: successfully sued Charlotte UPHAM for using bad language towards her Western Times 8 May 1863
Nicholas MICHELMORE 1486-1530 Nicholas MICHELMORE v. Anastise MICHELMORE, late the wife of Walter MICHELMORE: Action of dower by defendant for lands in Saltcomb: Devon. UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Norah MICHELMORE, Mrs 23 Jul 1940 aged 18 of Barnfield Road, Paignton: with her sister Minnie NOSWORTHY, charged at Tavistock with stealing quantities of carpet and black-out material from Crelake House, Tavistock Western Morning News 26 Jul 1940
Peter MICHELMORE 1650 George SOUTHCOTT v Peter MICHELMORE: Stain, Mablethorpe and Theddlethorpe, Lincolnshire; bill and two answers UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
Philip MITCHELMORE 1707 of Devon, deceased: John MICHELMORE sued Samuel MITCHELMORE & John PROWSE in relation to his estate UK National Archives: Inheritance Disputes Index 1574-1714
Philip MICHELMORE Mar 1849 ^ Tormoham: his servant George EALES, 14, sentenced to 3 days imprisonment and whipped for stealing a bottle of gin from him Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 22 Mar 1849
Phillip MICHELMORE 11 Nov 1857 wine and spirit merchant, Lower Union Street, Torquay: his nephew and assistant Jonathan ROOSE reported to have attempted to murder Jane STONE, formerly Mrs MITCHELMORE's servant, who was pregnant by ROOSE Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 17 Nov 1857
Richard MICHELMORE 1486-1529 Stephen DAMERELL and Eleanor, his wife, previously the wife of Richard MICHELMORE. v. Nicholas OSANT, and Robert BABYLL and Eleanor, his wife: Detention of deeds relating to messuages and gardens in Kingsbury: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Richard MICKLEMORE 29 Jan 1849 wharf clerk, East vault of the London Docks: witness in case at the Old Bailey Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Richard Michelmore BUDGE 2 Jan 1849 member of jury at Bodmin Quarter Sessions Cornwall Record Office
Richard Michelmore BUDGE 28 Jul 1855 at Cornwall Summer Assizes, member of jury in manslaughter trial of Captain RAWLE West Briton 3 Aug 1855
Richard MICHELMORE 11 Jan 1886 labourer of Buckfastleigh: with William & Charles MICHELMORE, fined 5 at Totnes Petty Sessions for poaching from Mr E F TANNER's rabbit warren in Lydford Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 12 Jan 1886
Richard MUCHMORE 14 Jul 1892 landlord of 19 Wellington Street, St John's Wood: gave evidence in larceny case Portmouth Evening News 15 Jul 1892
Richard MICHELMORE 15 Nov 1927 of Bridge Cottage, Cornwood: at Plympton, sentenced to 3 mo hard labour for stealing 7 10s from a workmate Western Morning News 15 Nov 1927
Richard Edwards MITCHELMORE 28 Dec 1938 of Broombill Farm, Harford: found guilty at Plympton of stealing three 10s notes Western Morning News 29 Dec 1938
Robert MICHELMORE 2 Jul 1839 @ 45: at Devon County Sessions, acquitted of larceny England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Robert MICHELMORE 22 Feb 1879 farmer @ 55 b Cornworthy, sentenced to 12 months imprisonment for "uttering a bill of exchange knowing the same to be forged"; removed to Plymouth prison on Apr 29 personal correspondent
Robert MICHELMORE Apr 1879 farmer @ 55, in Plymouth Prison: charged with feloniously disposing of a forged bill of exchange with intent to defraud one William POWELL Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 23 Apr 1879
Robert MICHELMORE 22 Apr 1879 at Devon County Assize, sentenced to 12 mo hard labour for forgery England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Robert MITCHELMORE 30 Sep 1879 labourer @ 29 b Stokenham: sentenced to 1 mo imprisonment for stealing 2 fowls; released 29 Oct Exeter Prison records
Robert MICHELMORE 28 Aug 1885 labourer Richard MUDGE fined 5s for using abusive and insulting language towards him in Fountain Street, St Peter Port The Star (Guernsey) 29 Aug 1885
Robert MITCHELMORE 17 Jul 1903 farm labourer of Sorley Cottages, Churchstow: jointly charged with his housekeeper, Bertha Ellen JOHNS with concealing the birth of a child whose body was found in a field with its throat cut Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 18 Jul 1903 and following
Robert MITCHELMORE 16 Nov 1903 labourer @ 67: found guilty of harbouring Bertha Ellen JOHNS, knowing her to have murdered her infant child, with a recommendation for mercy Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 16 Nov 1903
Robert MITCHELMORE 10 Jun 1907 aged 25: at Bristol Police Court, found guilty of stealing money from several public telephones in Bristol Western Daily Press 11 Jul 1907
Robert MITCHELMORE Feb 1939 roadster @ 48: charged at Warminster Police Court with failing to perform their allotted task at the Warminster Public Assistance Institution; had been admitted to the casual ward and protested at having their tobacco taken away Western Daily Press 23 Feb 1939
Roy Ernest Widger MITCHELMORE 2 Jul 1945 GWR fireman @ 30 ^ 33 Thomas Road, Launceston: jailed for 3 months for theft Western Times 6 Jul 1945
Samuel MITCHELMORE 1707 with John PROWSE, sued by John MICHELMORE in relation to the estate of Philip MICHELMORE, Devon, deceased UK National Archives: Inheritance Disputes Index 1574-1714
Samuel MICHELMORE 16 Jul 1875 four boys fined for throwing stones at him and his dog while he was walking on the Quay Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 28 Jul 1875
Samuel MITCHELMORE 7 Mar 1885 upholsterer ^ Bonhay Road, Exeter: fined 20s for assaulting his widowed mother—she had formerly lived with him but they could not agree as he complained of her having two half pints of beer a day Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 11 Mar 1885
Sarah MICHELMORE 15 Oct 1844 @ 17: at Devon County Sessions, acquitted of larceny England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Sarah MUTCHMORE, Mrs 29 Jan 1895 ^ 19 Wellington Road, St John's Wood: witness in corruption case related to a previous divorce case Freeman’s Journal and DailyCommercial Advertiser (Dublin) 29 Jan 1895
Liverpool Mercury 29 Jan 1895
Sydney Alfred MUCHMORE 13 Nov 1923 shop assistant @ 22: found guilty at the Central Criminal Court of the manslaughter of James Patrick MURPHY, sentenced to 4 days imprisonment without hard labour FindMyPast
Sydney Alfred MUCHMORE 16 Nov 1923 fatally struck James Patrick MURPHY in a fight in Regent's Park; found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to 4 days imprisonment, judge said anyone who had heard the case would be sorry for him Hartlepool Mail 17 Nov 1923
Tomas MICHELMORE 10 Jan 1746/47 recovered a judgement against Damiel BLANEY for 396 8s 10d in the Court of Kings Bench Derbyshire Record Office
Thomas MITCHELMORE 1811 TRIST v MITCHELMORE. Bill and answer. Plaintiffs: Lewis John Marie TRIST. Defendants: Thomas MITCHELMORE UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Pleadings
Thomas MICHELMORE Easter 1834 @ 39: at Devon Easter Sessions, acquitted of assault England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Thomas MICHELMORE 1858 ^ Sparkwell: sued estate of Henry Tracey MUDGE, Paignton for repayment of debt London Gazette 25 Jun 1858 and following up to 1863
Thomas MICHELMORE 1858 ^ Berry Pomeroy: sued estate of Henry Tracey MUDGE, Paignton for repayment of debt London Gazette 25 Jun 1858 and following up to 1863
Thomas Wilson MICHELMORE Jul 1892 solicitor: committed for trial on charges of obtaining money by false pretences in Oldham, West Bromwich, Bath, Bolton and Rochdale The Yorkshire Herald and York Herald 19 Jul 1892
Thomas Wilson MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1892 at Lancaster Assizes, sentenced to 6 mo imprisonment for obtaining money by false pretences England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
Thomas Wilson MICHELMORE Jul 1892 solicitor @ 40 ^ South of England: sentenced to 6 mo imprisonment for obtaining food and lodgings to the amount of 3 17s 6d from James STORT of Rochdale by false pretences, having got into "reduced circumstances" Liverpool Mercury 29 Jul 1892
Thomas MICHELMORE 20 Mar 1894 dairyman of Ilsington: at Newton police court, find 1 10s for possessing unstamped weights Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 21 Mar 1894
Thomas MITCHELMORE 20 Oct 1915 Reginald STANSFIELD found guilty of stealing a watch worth 2 guineas from his jeweller's shop in Paignton Exeter & Plymouth Gazette
Thomas MICHELMORE 15 Jun 1917 ^ Hafod, Dyffryn: at Barmouth Police Court, fined 1 for damaging telegraph incilators between Barmouth and Dyffryn Barmouth & County Advertiser 21 Jun 1917
Thomas MICHELMORE 30 Apr 1960 court decided that MUDGE's widow had the right to certain mortgage debts The Morning Post 1 May 1860
Timothy MITCHELL MOOR 9 Apr 1895 at Bodmin Assizes, pleaded guilty to unlawfully and indecently assaulting Mary NICHOLLS of Gwennap on 24 Feb 1895, sentenced to 3 mo hard labour at Bodmin Prison FindMyPast
Timothy MITCHELL MOOR 21 Apr 1895 labourer @ 25: found guilty at Camborne Petty Sessions, Cornwall, of stealing ducks, fined 10s FindMyPast
W MUCHMORE, Mr 6 Mar 1867 two lads found guilty of stealing two of his sacks Royal Cornwall Gazette 7 Mar 1867
W H MITCHELMORE 14 Feb 1872 alleged poaching on his estate, Lower Brownston, against Messrs CARTER & ROGERS; also and assault against Mr CARTER. Both cases dismissed. Dartmouth & South Hams Chronicle 16 Feb 1872
W H MITCHELMORE 19 Feb 1872 accused of having a savage dog loose & unmuzzled. Found guilty and paid 10s fine. Dartmouth & South Hams Chronicle 23 Feb 1872
Walter MICHELMORE 1486-1530 Nicholas MICHELMORE v. Anastise MICHELMORE, late the wife of Walter MICHELMORE: Action of dower by defendant for lands in Saltcomb: Devon UK National Archives: Court of Chancery, Early Proceedings
Walter MUCHMORE 6 Nov 1849 at Vice Warden's Court, Truro, attachment against him granted for refusing to make a court-ordered payment Royal Cornwall Gazette 9 Nov 1849
William MITCHELMORE 30 Jun 1800 one of the ringleaders in a large mob assembled about Mr Pitt's house in Downing Street that had to be dispersed by the Horse Guards; assaulted the patrole with a stone, committed for trial on a charge of assembling with others in a riotous manner Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 3 Jul 1800
William MITCHELMORE 1804 private, South Devon Militia: accused of selling a pair of leather shoes to Ann THOMAS Devon Heritage Centre
William MITCHELMORE 19 Dec 1845 seaman, lately paid off from the Nereid of Sunderland: Catherine SKELTON found guilty of stealing a 10 note from him at the Anchor and Hope public house, Upper East Smithfield The Morning Post 20 Dec 1845
William MITCHELMORE 14 Apr 1847 landlord of the Fountain Inn, 9 Trinity Street, Cardiff: James STEPHENS fined for having assaulted him Cardiff & Merthyr Guardian and Brecon Gazette 17 Apr 1847
William MUCHMORE 29 Jul 1848 @ 21: at Cornwall County Assizes, acquitted of receiving stolen goods England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
William MUCHMORE 1 Aug 1848 at Cornwall Lammas Assizes, charged with others with stealing 4 15s from Richard RICHARDS West Briton 4 Aug 1848
William MITCHELMORE 16 May 1854 at Devon General Sessions, acquitted of larceny from the person with violence England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
William MITCHELMORE 12 Apr 1864 at Dartmouth Session of the Peace, sentenced to 6 mo in the house of correction with hard labour for larceny England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
William MICHAELMORE 12 Jul 1866 potman at the Red Lion public house, Great Wild Street, Holborn: witness in theft case heard at Bow Street The Morning Post 13 Jul 1866
William MICHELMORE 23 May 1870 attacked at the Anchor Inn, Kingsbridge, by William Henry JARVIS, who was sentenced to 5 years' penal servitude for malicious wounding Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 6 Jul 1870
William MUCHMORE 21 Nov 1875 fined 5s for beating, kicking and otherwise ill-treating William RICHARDS, following an argument between the two at the Boot Inn, Liskeard Royal Cornwall Gazette 27 Nov 1875
William Henry MUCHAMORE 21 Oct 1881 otherwise called John James MICHELMORE: at Plymouth General Quarter Sessions, fined 10 for keeping a bawdy house England & Wales Criminal Registers 1791-1892
William MICHELMORE 11 Jan 1886 labourer of Buckfastleigh: with Richard & Charles MICHELMORE, fined 5 at Totnes Petty Sessions for poaching from Mr E F TANNER's rabbit warren in Lydford Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 12 Jan 1886
William Henry MITCHELMORE 25 Aug 1891 at Dartmouth Petty Sessions, fined 20s for failing to provide water for cleansing purposes at his slaughter house at Waterpool Road Exeter & Plymouth Gazette 26 Aug 1891
William Henry MICHELMORE 2 Dec 1893 butcher ^ Dartmouth: seaman George Charles JOHNSON indicted for obtaining 2s and 3lb of beef value 2s 3d from him on the false pretence of giving them to his captain Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 6 Jan 1894
William MITCHELMORE 14 Nov 1902 licencee, Llanddwywe Inn: at Barmouth Petty Sessions, fined 1 for permitting drunkenness on licensed premises Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard 21 Nov 1902
William George MUCHMORE 13 Nov 1929 at Bristol police court, Miles Warren CULTON found guilty of stealing a wireless battery from his shop at Church Road, St George Western Daily Press 14 Nov 1929
Other
Name Date Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Feb 1869 solicitor ^ Totnes: notorious burglars who had stolen cash box from his house while family at church (and burgled elsewhere in Newton Abbot, Exeter, Bristol and Chepstow) captured in Exeter Pall Mall Gazette 8 Feb 1869
? MITCHELMORE 10 Dec 1886 allegedly deserted from HMS Minotaur three years before: apprehended at Dartmouth and taken on board HMS Brittania Western Times 13 Dec 1886
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Apr 1894 accused of being engaged in a "detective agency" on behalf of total abstinence, and of treating leniently a "temperance missionary" he was prosecuting Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 14 Apr 1894
? MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1894 accused of being an associate of a "spy" HUCKLE who had related a false story of a drunken child to argue against renewal of a liquor licence Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 29 Sep 1894
? MITCHELMORE 22 Nov 1897 police constable: shot at by David WILLIAMS who was resisting arrest and who was subsequently charged with attempted murder [other reports call him George Frederick] North Wales Chronicle 27 Nov 1897
Albert MITCHELMORE 30 Aug 1901 licence of the Eagle Inn, Meulsham Street, Chelmsford, transferred to him Chelmsford Chronicle 6 Sep 1901
Alfred John MUCHMORE 30 Mar 1907 blacksmith ^ Polbathic: trustee of Bethany Wesleyan Reform Chapel, St Germans Cornwall Record Office
Charles MICHELMORE 1821 took oath as Master Extraordinary in Chancery UK National Archives: Oaths of Masters Extraordinary in Chancery
Charles Frederick MICHELMORE 1851 took oath as Master Extraordinary in Chancery UK National Archives: Oaths of Masters Extraordinary in Chancery
Daniel MOUCHEMORE 4 Apr 1857 witnessed statement made by John MOUCHEMORE at Liverpool Liverpool Mercury 6 Apr 1857
Diana Victoria MITCHELMORE 28 Oct 1980 a minor, changed surname from MUNT to MITCHELMORE (notified by mother Tessa Kathleen MITCHELMORE) London Gazette 17 Dec 1980
Evelyn Bertram MUCHMORE 1923 nationality and naturalisation: arrived from the United States of America, resident in Shepperton. Certificate 9,881 issued 9 March 1923; re-admission UK National Archives: Home Office, Registered papers
H MUCHMORE, Mr 3 Jul 1849 gentleman ^ St Martins: member of Grand Jury for Cornwall Midsummer Sessions at Bodmin Royal Cornwall Gazette 6 Jul 1849
Henry MICHELMORE 1837 of Combeinteignhead: with sons Philip, John, William and Robert, appointed trustee for the Church House, Combeinteignhead Devon Heritage Centre
Henry MUCHMORE 31Dec1839 member of jury at Bodmin Quarter Sessions Cornwall Record Office
Henry MUCHELMORE 3 Jul 1849 member of jury at Bodmin Quarter Sessions Cornwall Record Office
Henry MICHELMORE 9 Jan 1869 to replace Frances Brooking CUMING as Devon coroner UK National Archives: Coroners
Henry MICHELMORE 13 Jan 1879 petition for the election of a coroner for Devon, Totnes District, in the place of Henry MICHELMORE, resigned UK National Archives: Election of coroners
Howard Cecil Jeffry MITCHELMORE 22 Aug 1918 marriage licence held at St Austell Parish Church for Howard Cecil Jeffry MITCHELMORE, lieutenant Somerset Light Infantry, 78th TMB, and Annie ARNOLD of St Austell, both of full age Cornwall Record Office
J MICHELMORE 8 Apr 1863 ^ Totnes: member of the Grand Jury at the Devon Quarter Sessions held at Exeter Castle Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 15 Apr 1863
James MICHELMORE 1615 ^ Harberton, escaped from prison: Apollo BARRY released all claims again the mayor and burgesses of Totnes in this connection Devon Heritage Centre
James MITCHELMORE 18 Sep 1889 objection to ownership vote for property in Market Street, Eastleigh denied The Hampshire Advertiser 21 Sep 1889
James MITCHELMORE 18 Sep 1891 ^ 26 Mt Pleasant Road, Southampton: objection to ownership vote for property in Market Street, Eastleigh denied The Hampshire Advertiser 19 Sep 1891
John MICHELMORE 25 Nov 1856 ^ Buckfastleigh: member of the Grand Jury for the Devon General Sessions held at Exeter Castle Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 27 Nov 1856
John MOUCHEMORE 4 Apr 1857 gives notice that he will not be accountable for any future debts incurred by his wife Hannah Liverpool Mercury 6 Apr 1857
Nicholas de MOCHELEMORE 1274 gave Richard Noel, bailiff of Alfyngton [Alvington], 1/2 mark without receiving an acquittance O. J. Reichel, "The hundred of Stanborough or Dippeforda in the time of Testa da Nevil, AD 1243". Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature, and Art, 1913, 45, 169-207
P MICHELMORE 19 Oct 1859 ^ Ashprington: member of the Grand Jury for the Devon General Sessions held at Exeter Castle Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 20 Oct 1859
P MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Apr 1875 ^ South Pool: member of the Grand Jury for the Devon Quarter Sessions Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 14 Apr 1875
R J MITCHELMORE 1957 ^ Newton Abbot: re Royal Commission on Common Land UK National Archives: Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Departments: Royal Commission on Common Land
Ric MICHELMORE 20 May 1609 witnessed a "general release of actions and debts" of Silvester HENDER to Francis ISACK, both of Liskeard at Pentillie, Pillaton, Cornwall Cornwall Record Office
Robert MICHELMORE 12 May 1863 ^ South Brent: member of the Grand Jury at the Devon Intermediate Sessions held at Exeter Castle Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 13 May 1863
T MICHELMORE 1855-1861 a bundle of legal letters received by Lord Gifford Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Tessa Kathleen MITCHELMORE 17 Dec 1980 [see Diana Victoria MITCHELMORE] London Gazette 17 Dec 1980
Thomas MICHELMORE, jun 30 Nov 1852 ^ Berry Pomeroy: member of the Grand Jury at the Devon Intermediate Sessions held at Exeter Castle Trewman’s Exeter Flying Post 2 Dec 1852
Thomas MITCHELMORE 27 Aug 1872 of South Knighton: issued licence to sell beer and cider at his premises in South Knighton, Ilsington FindMyPast
William MUCHAMORE 9 Aug 1873 cabinetmaker in the employ of Thomas JONES, Aberavon [nr Port Talbot]: most of his carpenter's tools stolen in burglary - culprit apprehended in Swansea Western Mail 27 Aug 1873
William MITCHELMORE 25 Aug 1893 granted licence for the Llanddwywe Inn, Dyffryn [regularly renewed] North Wales Express 1 Sep 1893
William MICHELMORE 15 Oct 1907 application to renew his licence for the Llanddwywe Inn, Dyffryn, refused Cambrian News & Merionethshire Standard 8 Nov 1907

 

 

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