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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bampton and Weald Other estates

    650 a. by the acquisition of, in particular, Backhouse, Castle, and Ham Court farms, formerly part of Bampton Earls manor, and of several cottages; 31 all except Ham Court farm and some of the cottages was sold in the later

    Bampton and Weald Economic history

    , though the Talbots' Ham Court farm remained with the Sandelands family throughout the earlier 18th century and with the Sammons family from c . 1768. 54 Ebenezer Williams , of the Coventrys' Ham Court farm and formerly of Chimney

    Witney borough Roman catholicism

    Roman Catholic mayor: a room supplied by the station master was furnished with fittings from a defunct oratory at Ham Court in Bampton , with mass celebrated on a monthly basis by visiting priests from Oxford and, later, from Buckland

    Bampton and Weald Nonconformity

    the parish in the later 18th century, but there were none by the early 19th. 8 An oratory at Ham Court in the upper part of the former gatehouse, dedicated to the Virgin and served by a priest from Buckland

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    in Bampton , Weald , and Lew , was sold by trustees established under an Act of 1803; 65 Ham Court or Castle Farm (110 a.), including the former castle or manor house, was bought by Jesus College , Oxford

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, October 1534, 6-10, 06 October 1534-10 October 1534

    to fulfil it, but he has been at the Court for some time as a suitor against Nich. Townley. Ham Court (sic), Wednesday. Hol., p. 1. Add.: Secretary. Endd. 10 Oct. 1248 . William Grett to Lord Lisle. R. O.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 7 June 1832, 07 June 1832-07 June 1832

    residing at Ham , near Sandwich , in the County of Kent , Esquire, and Joseph John Martin of Ham Court , in the Parish of Upton upon Severn , in the County of Worcester , Esquire; praying, "That their

    Henry VIII, May 1536, 1-10, 01 May 1536-10 May 1536

    was done, as an example to vagrant and suspected persons in these parts, of whom we have too many. Ham Court, Tuesday, 2 May. Hol., pp . 2. Add .: Secretary. Endd . 2 May. R. O. 789 . Thos.

    Index, H, I

    112), 313 ("Great Assembly"), 343. -, Senate of, 686 ("these false senates," i.e . of Lubeck and Hamburg), 885. Ham Court , letter dated at, 788. Hamilton , James, of Scotland, 1217: g. 1256 (50). Hamilton (Hambylton), Sir James, 536,

    Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    Ric., g. 149 (58). Halstead chantry , Essex, 285. Halton , Chesh., 22. Haltwhistle (Hawtewisill), Northumb., 1030 (2) . Ham Court , letter dated at, 106. Hamberton , 449. Hambledon (Hamilden), Hants, 447. Hambrowe . See Hamburg. Hamburg (Hambrowe), and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Herefordshire Ledbury, Cots- vold, Nortn Cotswold, Albrighton, Ludlow, North and South Staffordshire, orNorth Warwickshire honnds.-lIt prize, £16., Major Martin, Ham Court, Uiton-on-Severn bay gelding, 6 years old; 2nd, £10., Mr. William Colman, Rowalln, Great Malvern, chestnut gelding, 'Dragoon," 7 years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rectory; Thursday, Dec, 14, at Canon Frome. THE LEDBVUY HouNs, at a q7e/srt, to B-Ten-This day, Dec. 8, 'at Ham Court; Monday, Dec. I, at ttaplow Wharf Wednesday, Dee. 18, at Cradlay New Church; Friday, De. 15, at the Somers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fob Arms, TIIting' ton, at 10.30. Lcnuuny.-This day. Janunary 20. lighloadon Green; lkronday, February 1, Coddington Croes; Friday, i, Ham Court, tt IOAh5. ILUDLOw.-Saturday, January SO, Little Hereford, at 10.90. InSYNMLL.-Saturday, January C0, LoTlj,; jo7..jay, FebrzirY 1, Newborough Viillaga Tu'oday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 10.43. Lun~oow.--Wednesday. February 3, The Serpent ; Friday, 3, M aavey Htall, at 10.10. Lain~~iuca'. -Friday, February 3, Ham Court, at 10.-IS. Mcc- xu~.-Tisday, Februiary 2, Eaton Wood; Thursday, 4, Radlboursuc, at 11380; Friday, 3, Elvaston Castle ; Saturday. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -zlrsnoP.-Frlday, February 6, Bourtoa Wood: Saturday, Blelnheimn, at 10.45. Luo DLoW.-Friday. February 5, Mawley Hall, at 10.°0. Lrnnouit.-Friday, Februaryil, Ham Court ; onday, 3, Stanley Bill : Thursday, 11, Four Oaks, Dylock Saturday, 13, Pay- ford Brldge, at 10.45. MF4Ys1::LL.-This Subscribers-only content

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