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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lincoln College LINCOLN COLLEGE

    of the church of Long Combe , Oxfordshire . 17 In 1478 the bishop received a licence from Edward IV to impropriate into Lincoln College the churches of Twyford , Buckinghamshire , and Long Combe , Oxfordshire , a proviso

    Combe Church

    part remained standing in 1533 , when a bequest was made 'to the repairing of the old church of Long Combe ', 28 but its status at that time is unknown and the centre of worship in the parish had

    Ecclesiastical history

    times most illuminating as regards church customs and ways of thought. As regards witchcraft, for instance, two women of Long Combe , presented on that charge in 1593 , deny that 'they did ever commit any witchcraft, neither have they

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II - volume 92, February 1-15, 1664, 01 February 1664-15 February 1664

    as ranger of Woodstock Park, 135 l ., towards satisfying the tenants of certain lands in the parish of Long Combe, co. Oxford, for their interest in some furze grounds directed to be added to Woodstock Park. Minute. [ Ent. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 93, February 16-28, 1664, 16 February 1664-29 February 1664

    Docquet . ] Feb. 16. Warrant to pay Sir Wm. Fleetwood 135 l . for satisfying several tenants in Long Combe, co. Oxon, for their interest in furze grounds added to Woodstock Park. [ Docquet . ] Feb. 16. Whitehall. Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    359. Long , Ashton (Somerset), 251. -, Coppice (Clarendon Park, Wilts), 105. Longbredy (Dorset), 10, 94, 138, 213, 347. Long Combe (co. Oxford), 589, 610. Longfleet Bay (near Poole, Dorset), 38. Longman . Moses, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for South Wales,

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    672, 683; payments to for secret service, 656, 661. Combe (Cooms) (Eastway, Cornwall), 45, 46 118. -, Long, see Long Combe. Combes , John, ensign, 83. Comer , Henry, a King's musician, 565. Cominges , Count de, Ambassador Extra-ordinary from

    Henry VIII, May 1541, 26-31, 26 May 1541-31 May 1541

    Oxon. Grant in fee (in part recompense of a messuage called Combe, Oxon, and all his lands in Combe, Long Combe, Wotton, and Grove, Oxon, lately sold to the Crown) of the lordship and manor of Cudston, Worc., which belonged

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which is now, I am sorry to say, being used as a well-heed in a cottage garden no at Long Combe, near Woodatock, In thia Qbgrgh tberetb is still aI stone pulpit of Perpendicular work, and, as will ME he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fund. (2) Mrs. Rardfordl's an chirty for distribution in bread and coals at i'hI Chitias mn the iroor of Long Combe, con- n ~LS i~s'f'a um £1X05 169. 5d. Consols held lbv tlice mny official trusteess'of charitable funds . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five Trustees. Rev. H. D. Nihill; licensed preacher in thediocese of London. Rev. S. S.Pearce, M.A.; perpetual curate of Long Combe, Oxon - patron, the Rev. W. W. Merrj*, D.D., rector of Lincoln College, Oxford. Rev. R, G. Penny, M.A., Subscribers-only content

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