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You searched for: Place: "Barton Hartshorn", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1824-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    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

    16. Quoee-street, Oxford: or in of F. D. Holiday, Auctioneer and Surveybr, Bicester, 'ith Banbury and Chipping-Norton. LOWER FARM. BARTON HARTSHORN. Four rnGes from Jjukinqham and seven from Bisesr. AN EXOBLLnNT rLoOr OP B. 218 OXFORD DOWN SHEEP, ER e4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Ch«-twodes in destroying the wild boar was remarkably corroborated within the present century. In tbe parish of Barton Hartshorn, withiu a mile from Chetwode Manor House, close to the boundaries of Tingewick Wood, a large mound of earth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    360 acre-, with smt ible homesteads and some detached cottages, and the manor or reputed manor of Barton, otherwise Barton Hartshorn. Tire estates may be viewed by application to the tenants ; aud de- scriptive particulars vvith plans had in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comprising together about 380 icres | homesteads and some detached cottages, and the manor i manor of Barton, otherwise Barton Hartshorn. The estates may be viewed by application to the ten senptive particulars with plans had in due time at Subscribers-only content

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