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    Parishes Beckley Ancient Parish of Beckley

    Beckley Park , however, changed hands frequently between the death of Queen Katharine in 1437 and 1550, when it was reunited with the manor. In 1438 another John Golafre and Sir Edmund Hampden were appointed joint Keepers of Beckley Park Victoria County History

    Parishes Middleton Stoney

    grant of free warren in the demesne lands of the manor, 20 it was stocked with 36 deer from Beckley Park , Woodstock Park , and Wychwood Forest . 21 At the same time 11 s . 8 d . Victoria County History

    Parishes Forest Hill

    Robert Miles to Thomas Morris , overseer of the poor of Forest Hill , and to John Ledwell of Beckley Park . 143 Thus, the college obtained the manorial estate, known as Manor farm, which it still retained in 1953 Victoria County History

    Romano-British remains Roads

    takes to be Wallingford ). He brings it over Otmoor (mentioning stones found upon and about the ridge), under Beckley Park wall, through the wood near Stocker's (i.e. Stow Wood ), across the London-Worcester road , over Bayard's Watering Place Victoria County History

    WELSBORNE, John (by 1498-1548), of Fulwell, Oxon. and London.

    Bonham, could be exercised by deputy and a chancery case in which Welsborne later engaged over a sublease of Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, arising out of the deficiencies of a lease, drawn up by himself, casts doubt on his legal knowledge. History of Parliament

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 275, June 1600, 01 June 1600-30 June 1600

    Chamberlain, Dr. Gilbert's, St. Peter's Hill. Thanks for your letter. It came at the fall of a buck in Beckley Park, where we were in the midst of a hunting progress, which held us all the last week. At our Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 281, August 1601, 01 August 1601-31 August 1601

    funeral at Rycott; they were kindly received there. Mr. Dormer and I returned the visit a week after at Beckley Park, coursing and killing, but carrying nothing away. I hear there was some dispute between Sir Edward and Mr. Controller Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    site of a Roman villa has baen discovered on the farm in the occupa- tion of Mr. Chapman, of Beckley Park. It has been decided that the extensive museum of the Old East India lluse, in Leadrnhall-mtreet, London, 1 * Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    so sqed So;, .. Nov. 22, cit Bletchington, Alsn, eldest dausghter of the * late Dassiel Chapman, formerly of Beckley Park Farii, & eged (i5. gi Nov. 22, at Sutton Courtney Vicarage, Berks, ill her se 83rd yeor, Mary Asn, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to ho seien at this dlay hi 0 running (lulls cross Otimoor, and coeinitg oct of the moor eunder Beckley Park well, which 'tie pliin has beeti ptiv'd (tas indeed it ale need) by the stones yet found upon tic Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    her father and mother. She made a statement to a lady who came from Banibury, Mrs. Steere. Thomas Shrimpton, Beckley Park Farm, deposed that on the night of the assault Mrs. Shrimpton came to his house, and he went back Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    residence of her sister-in-law), Elisabeth Cave, in hor 86th year, eldest serviving daughter of the late Joh n Cnve, Beckley Park, and Merton. Oxon. Friends accept this intimation. Ja,,. 18, at Oxford- street, Woedstock, Edmund Webloy, glove manufacturer, aged 74 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Grammar School, to Jane, second .laughter of the late John S. Marsh, Esq., of Worminghall, Bucks, and formerly of Beckley Park Farm, Oxon. Aug. 13th, at St. Botolph's Chnrch, Colchester, Benwell, second son of Mr. S. Lissimore, to Mary Ann, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Grammar School, to Jane, second daughter of the late John S. Marsh, Esq., of Woruiinghall, Bucks, and formerly of Beckley Park Farm, Oxon. Aug. 13th, at Sf. Botolph's Church, Colchester, Benwell, j second son of Mr. S. Lisa i more, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Chigwell Grammar SchooL to Jane| second daughter of the late John S. Marsh, of Worminghall,' Bucks, and formerly of Beckley Park Farm, Oxon. Dcnlop- Layard.- On the 10th ult., at Colombo, Ceylon, R. Vetch Dunlop, Esq., to Frances Elizabeth, second Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ijr dale-villas. High-street, Kensingt^n__W. 7cOOD COOKS WAN TED-For Ashburu-pluce, £30; Ascot Heath. IT £40; Abergavenny, £3o; Betch worth, £50; Beckley Park, £40 ; Brighton. £35: CromweU-road, £30; Crawley, £40 ; Calne. £35; Chippenham, £30; Durham. £40 : Dorchester, £45; Elm Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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