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  • * Victoria County History *

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    13 Archdeacon's visitation book, 1756-9 d 14 Dorchester peculiar acts, 1581-91 MS. Gough Oxon . 22, 43 Collections about Great Haseley by Thomas Delafield , c . 1740-50 48 History of Great Milton by Thomas Delafield , c . 1740-50

    Old Woodstock Estates

    1507 to Henry Wyatt , from whom it was bought in 1513 by Thomas Harrop (d. 1522), rector of Great Haseley , who devised it to Balliol College. The house seems at some time in the later Middle Ages to

    Parishes Burcot

    Styles in 1647 . 52 Styles sold the manor and 7 yardlands to the Trustees of the Poor of Great Haseley parish in 1651 . 53 At first the trustees leased the manor as well as the 7 yardlands, but

    Agriculture

    instance as that about Stadhampton , Culham , Warborough , Nuneham, Forest Hill , Kidlington , Chiselhampton, Sandford , Great Haseley , & c. 1. The red land has for the last century been spoken of as sound responsive land,

    Parishes Albury (with Tiddington )

    the time of his father's death, 64 who in 1545 sold Albury to Sir John Williams of Rycote in Great Haseley , later Baron Williams of Th ame . 65 Lord Williams of Thame died in 1559 . 66 None

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HORSEY, Edward (d.1583), of Great Haseley, in Arreton, Isle of Wight.

    (d.1583), of Great Haseley, in Arreton, Isle of Wight. Constituency Dates Southampton 1571 Hampshire 1572 Ofifces Held On embassy to France 1551; capt. I.o.W. Aug. 1565; keeper, Carisbrooke Park, steward of crown lands I.o.W., commr. piracy from 1565; ‘burgess’, Southampton

    LENTHALL, William (d.1702), of Latchford, Great Haseley, Oxon.

    of Latchford, Great Haseley, Oxon. Constituency Dates Wallingford Oct. 1679 Cricklade 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Berks. 1657, Oxon. Jan. 1660, 1664-80, 1689-90; j.p. Oxon 1673-80, Surr. 1673-d.; freeman, Wallingford and Woodstock 1679. Ofifces Held Gent. of the privy

    BARENTYNE (BARRINGTON), Sir William (1481-1549), of Little Haseley, Oxon. and London.

    the wardship to Sir Robert Rede, later chief justice of common pleas.[footnote]Leland, who was for a time rector of Great Haseley, described ‘Little Haseley, where Master Barentyne hath a right fair mansion place’ as full of ‘marvellous fair walks topiarii

    HASELEY, Thomas (d.1449), of Westminster.

    with either of the boroughs which returned him. Although his family background is obscure, his name probably derived from Great Haseley in Oxfordshire, for he mentioned the church there in his will; and in view of his lifelong attachment to

    LOCKHART, John Ingram (1765-1835), of Great Haseley, Oxon.

    (1765-1835), of Great Haseley, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxford 1807 71818 Oxford 1820 71830 Ofifces Held Recorder, Romsey to 1834; dep. recorder, Oxford 1830-5, recorder 1835-d. Ofifces Held Vol. London and Westminster light horse 1794-8; capt. Mdx. vol. cav. 1797. Biography

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bhcinsess R. Ho t, RHchdale, Lancashie. out of business. J. Blidwell, Noreich. engr:aver and copper plate printer. T. Honae, Great Haseley, Oxfortosbire, relieving officer for the Sosth Dovis:on of the Thame Union. R. Dawason, Whitfiele, derbyshire. blacksmith. A. Illiegwortc, Devsbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cambridge; Deptiord St. icholag and Dsprford St. Poul, ilaths county of Kent; Barliate, in the county ot Lincoln; Great Haseley, in the county of Oxford ; Wherwoll, in the) county of Southampton; and Harewood, In the West Riding of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Rev. Canon Ellieen, Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, has announced his intention of resigning the liring of Great Haseley, Orfordshire, wli he lins held for nearly 20 years. Canon Eilison. rho is in his 81st year, -was the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London wall, traveller-M. A. Fitzroy, Upper George street, Marylebone-R. Holt, Rochdale, Lancashire, woolles carder-J, Bid- well, Norwich, engraver-T. Home, Great Haseley, (Jxfordshire, re- lieving officer-R. Dawson, Whitfield, Derbyshire, blacksmith-A. Illingwortb, Dewsbury moor, Yorkshire, blacksmith -H. Osborne, Bildestone, Suffolk, plumber-J. Chapman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George street, Bryanston square -R. Holt, Rochdale, out of business-J. Midwell, Norwich, engraver -A. Illingwocth, Dewsbucy, Yorkshire, blacksmitha-T. Home, Great Haseley, Oxfordohire, relieving officer-R. Dawson, Whitield, Derby- shire, blacksmith - H. Osborne, Bildesrone, Suffolk, plumber-T. Smith Victoria place, Clapham road, Subscribers-only content

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