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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Condicote

    Ages comprised by no means the whole parish, 114 was subinfeudated by various grants in the 12th century to Bruern Abbey ( Oxon .), 115 which thus built up a compact estate, later known as the manor of HINCHWICK ,

    Parishes Great Rissington

    Barnard was returned as having much the largest house there. 99 Another substantial estate was that built up by Bruern Abbey ( Oxon .). In 1392 the abbey was licensed to receive the reversion of a house, rent, and 41/2

    Parishes Westcote

    road to Stow , just outside the main triangle of buildings in the upper hamlet. Tradition associates it with Bruern Abbey , and perhaps it was the tene ment belonging to the abbey in 1535 . 44 The house is

    Parishes Great and Little Barrington

    four-centred arches. The house is traditionally said to have been used by priests from Bruern Abbey ( Oxon .) serving Little Barrington ; Bruern Abbey had a house in Little Barrington 46 but is not known to have had any

    Parishes Little Rissington

    tenant at will mentioned above 107 and for the copyholder of one yardland in Little Rissington 108 held of Bruern Abbey 's estate in Great Rissington . 109 Copyhold was extinguished in the mid-17th century when the manor was split

    Parishes Upper Slaughter

    long afterwards much of this was sold off. 101 Other freehold estates in Upper Slaughter included one granted to Bruern Abbey ( Oxon .) by the Rector of Naunton c . 1265 102 and granted in 1544 to Edmund Powell

    Parishes Swalcliffe SWALCLIFFE C. 1800

    1166 Richard of Stoke , lord of Swalcliffe manor, granted Holwell with 30 a. of land in Swalcliffe to Bruern Abbey . 373 The abbey also acquired an estate of 1 hide and 20 a. in Sibford Ferris from William

    Ecclesiastical history

    and vestments to the chapel of Leafield . 71 Subsequently the chapel of Newelme must have been granted to Bruern Abbey , but in the Valor of 1535 it was asserted that the king did not allow the abbey to

    Index A - Z

    Whittington , 80; John, 40; Ric, 80; Wm., 40 Bruere , Rog. de la, 53; Wal. de la, 53 Bruern Abbey ( Oxon .), 19, 20, 67-68, 70, 101-2, 110, 137, 173-4 Brydges , see Bridges Buckingham , Duke of,


    London , 59 Browning , E. J., 24 Brudenell , Edm., 103; Rob., of Deene ( Northants .), 151 Bruern Abbey , 266 n Bruges , Sir John , Ld. Mayor of London , 93; Winifred, m. 1 Sir Ric.

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