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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Chetwode

    chapel when he kept his court at Brill 3 ; the canons also served the churches of Chetwode and Barton Hartshorn . 4 During the first year of the existence of the priory there was a dispute with the founder

    Parishes Barton Hartshorn

    Parishes Barton HartshornBARTON HARTSHORN Bertone (xi cent.); Barton Hertishorne (xv cent.); Beggers Barton , Little Barton (xvi cent.). This parish covers 891 acres, of which 165 are arable and 694 permanent grass. 1 The soil is clay. The south

    Parishes Chetwode

    forest of Bernwood. A discovery which certainly bears out this story was made about 1810. There formerly stood in Barton Hartshorn less than a mile from Chetwode manor-house a large mound surrounded by a ditch locally known as Boar's Pond.

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Nutley

    38 ; and in 1461 the lands of the priory of Chetwode , with the churches of Chetwode and Barton Hartshorn , and the chapel of Brill . 39 In the time of Bishop Lexington ( 1254-8 ) the whole

    Buckingham hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Buckingham

    Parishes Of Addington ; Adstock ; Akeley ; Barton Hartshorn ; Beachampton ; Biddlesden ; Caversfield 1 Chetwode ; Edgcott ; Foscott; Hillesden ; Leckhampstead ; Lillingstone Dayrell ; Lillingstone Lovell ; 2 Luffield Abbey ; Maids' Moreton ; Marsh

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks.

    of Chetwode and other Buckinghamshire estates together with the rectories and advowsons of the vicarages of Chetwode, Barton and Barton Hartshorn. Soon after the younger William sat in the 1559 parliament, he conveyed this property and lands in ‘Godington’, Oxfordshire,

    BARTON, Henry (d.1435), of London.

    seems likely, it was Henry Barton, the distinguished London alderman, who obtained custody of the manor of Barton (now Barton Hartshorn), Buckinghamshire, in April 1421, then his ancestry can be traced back to the 12th century. Land elsewhere in the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    56, "so that the question passed with the negative." Journ. Commons, IV. 690. Adstock. Agmondesham. Akeley. Aston Sandford. Astwood. Barton Hartshorn. Beachampton. Beaconsfield. Beedlow. Bletchley. Boveney Chapel. Bradenham. Brickhill, Bow. Brickhill, Bow, Chapel. Brickhill Magna. Broughton. Burnham. Caversfield. Chalfont, St. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robarts, C. Higgens, A. B. Loder, and C. N. Prior, Esqrs., & Rev. C. W. Selby-Lowndes. Matilda James, of Barton Hartshorn, was summoned for assaulting Catherine Lucy, at that village, ea June 26. -Complainant said that on the above day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED EsTATES BY The Erection of Artizans' Miners' and Farm Labourers' Cottages, and Farm Buildings; Drainages Fencing, Planting, F oadmakib g, Water Supply, &C. T HE LAND LOAN & ENFRANOHISgMENTCOMpANY(IncorporatedbySpecialActof Parliament ANDVANYOES XYONEY- (Repayable by a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WALTER GRAY, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, 30, NEW- INN HALL STREET OXFORD. OXFORD BUILDING & INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. IN LIQUIDATION. FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD ROUSES, TO BE LET OR SOLD, IN THE CITY AND SUBURBS OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & SON8 (who have let the Farm), on Monday, Oct. 1, 184.-Full i _ particulars in doe conrse. rbm BARTON HARTSHORN, Foar fities fow Buokitmiaharw ande ight from Bi~ezter. Messrs. PAXTON and HOLIDAY, WXTHO have let the Farm. are favoured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen-etreet, Oxford: or or- f F. D. Holiday, Auctioneer end Sorveyor, Bicester, Ice Baubury and Chipping-Norton. ice LOWER FARM. BARTON HARTSHORN. Oat Four, mie/cs Protn Buedtourein and zsevea fionm Bi-ler. Ir8. AN EXCHLLUNT FLOOK OF 218 OXFORD DOWN SHEEP, - Subscribers-only content

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