(1) a Tudor manor house in the English countryside(2) Serfs worked the land and produced the goods that the lord and his manor needed.(3) In 1449, she was expelled from the manor by Lord Moleyns's men, but not without a prodigious struggle.(4) Bound to the land, they could not leave the manor without the lord's consent.(5) they were the undisputed rulers of their manor(6) the right to mine ores within the manor of Little Langdale(7) Visible earthworks include roads, a fishpond, the foundation of a manor house , and 30 peasant houses set out in regular rows.(8) Medieval descriptions of manor houses are rare and usually brief, but there is a wealth of later material.(9) A manor house dating from before 1150 is Britain's oldest continually occupied house, it was claimed today.(10) Agecroft Hall, a Tudor manor house , was shipped to the United States piece by piece and now draws 20,000 visitors each year.(11) In the 14th Century a manor house was built on the site and it became a mansion in the 1800s.(12) In the past, the country manor house welcomed gentry for deer hunting.(13) Before the first shaft was sunk in 1900, the only buildings on this sweep of coast were an ancient manor house and its barns.(14) In 1502 the manor house was sold to Sir Henry Clifford, of Skipton Castle.(15) My room had been the parlor of an ancient manor house before the Occupation.(16) Penn was a feudal lord who could create manorial courts; furthermore, Penn could not transfer his royally delegated powers to the people, but only to a deputy such as himself.