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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans

    were lent by the Revd. F. E. W. Lewis . Page The Hundred of Lewknor 1 Aston Rowant and Kingston Blount Fields 30 Chinnor Fields 67 Chinnor Church . From a plan by D. Sturdy and the Oxford University Archaeological

    Parishes Crowell SKETCH MAP OF CROWELL 1839

    and was made a branch line of the Great Western in 1883 . 7 The nearest halt was at Kingston Blount . British Railways closed the line to passengers in 1957 . 8 SKETCH MAP OF CROWELL 1839 The above

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    6 91/2 16 1 11 15 11 2 14 4 115 7 2 7 25 6 6 2 27 Kingston Blount 1 18 61/2 21 3 12 1 2 10 3 2 18 9 14 2 16 7 72 2

    Parishes Aston Rowant ASTON ROWANT AND KINGSTON BLOUNT C. 1800

    ROWANT AND KINGSTON BLOUNT C. 1800 The above map is based on an estate map of Aston Rowant ( 1768 ), the inclosure award ( 1832 ), the tithe award ( 1842 ), and a Kingston Blount schedule ( 1829

    Parishes Stokenchurch

    Mary Elizabeth . 41 The latter married Mr. John Brown, and their grandson Mr. Henry Clerke Brown, J.P., of Kingston Blount in Aston Rowant , Oxfordshire , 42 is the present owner of this manor. Dell's Farm, Stokenchurch Some manorial

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVENTRE, John I (d.c.1430), of Devizes, Wilts.

    and in the following December he acted as a trustee for Nicholas Wotton† of lands in Kingston Lisle and Kingston Blount, Oxfordshire.[footnote]Like his father and other members of the family, Coventre was a prosperous clothier, trading well beyond the confines

    BLOUNT, Sir Thomas (exec.1400), of Laverstock, Wilts.

    of the widow of his half-brother, Sir Edmund Fitzherbert*, now reverted to the latter’s heirs, while the manor of Kingston Blount, Oxfordshire, which he had leased from his father for £20 a year, was soon returned to the elder Sir

    WACE, Sir Gilbert (c.1328-1408/9), of Ewelme, Oxon.

    perhaps doing so in return for the acquiescence of Wace’s wife in his own repossession of the manor of Kingston Blount. Wace witnessed an entail of this manor in favour of members of the Blount family in about 1390, and

    WOTTON, Nicholas (d.1448), of London.

    this period. The valuation, made for tax purposes, takes no account of the land in and around Kingston-upon-Thames and Kingston Blount in Oxfordshire which Wotton acquired in 1424 and promptly settled upon his feoffees, so he must have been very

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    , Glouc., g. 436 (24). Kingsthorpe (Kyngesthorpe, Kynnesthorp), Ntht., g. 436 (52). Kingston (Kyngeston) , Dors., g. 436 (66). Kingston Blount (Kyngeston Blunt) , Oxon, g. 613 (23), Kingston by Sea , Suss., g. 282 (58). Kingston on Thames (Kinges

    Index, J, K, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    i. p. 781. Kingston (Kynston) , Notts, ii. g. 773 ii. (25). Kingston , Staff., i. g. 970 (61). Kingston Blount , Oxon, i. g. 717 (5). Kingston upon Thames (Kinston, Kingeston) , Surr., i. 1280 (f. 50), 1384: g.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shiplake, barrister-at-law, Gladetonian-Liberal. The fr.st-named was nominated by Mr. E. W. Harcourt and Mr. Arthur Henry Clerks Brown, of Kingston Blount, and the latter by Mr. Thomas Taylor, of Aston Rowant House, and Mr. Charles Clements, of Henley-on-Thames. NORTHE RN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the FELLING FAGOTS, and 48 ASH and 1 WALNUT TREES, on the Estate of Arthur H. C. Brown, Esq.,.of Kingston Blount, T OBE SOLD BY AUCTION, O By Dessrs. PAXTON and HOLIDAY, At the King's Arms. Inn, Stokenchuroh, on Monday,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FAGOTS, and 48 ASH and I WALNUT TREES, on the Estate of Arthur I HE. C. Brown, Esq., of Kingston Blount, 0 BE: 3SOLD BY AUCTION, £ I By Messrs. PAXTON and HOLIDAY, At the King's Arms Inn, Stokenchuroh, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each, or seven days' imprisonment. Edward Oxlade, who did not appear, was charged with firing off a gun, at Kingston Blount, on January 15th, bnt the case was dismissed. MAIDS MORETON. TEA A.NDDANoE AT MAIS MOarTrT NEArA BUOErxNGrAm. -On Friday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARCHDEACONRY OF OXFORD. DEANERY oF AiToN. Birch, Henry, Theme *Brown, A. H. Clerks, Rineston Blount, Tetevowaci Hamp, Henry, , Kingston Blount, Tsworth Kirman, Martin, Stoko Talmage, Ttewsorth Neighbour, Thomas, South Weeton, Totsworth Smith, Hardiag, Thameo Stolbham, John, Shirbura, Teteworth Wiggins, Subscribers-only content

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