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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Steeple Aston Steeple Aston , 1767 Middle Aston , 1682

    pass behind Middle Aston House into the village. The modern road to Middle Aston was formerly a bridleway which stopped at the boundary with Middle Aston , where a gate barred entry to the grounds of Middle Aston House .

    List of maps and plans

    of the inclosure map, made in 1860 by William Wing , in the Oxfordshire County Record Office " 20 Middle Aston , 1682. From a map by William Mar , reproduced in C. C. Brookes , History of Stee ple

    Parishes North Aston North Aston , 1843

    The house and glebe were sold in 1975 . 198 The 11/2 a. in Middle Aston were not mentioned at the inclosure of Middle Aston in 1756 , and although they were acknowledged in 1841 no one knew where they

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Cold Norton

    and in 1263 the bishop 8 admitted them to the tithes of the demesne of Adam de Brimton of Middle Aston , granted by him. The possessions of the priory in 1291 were worth only £16 a year, all being

    Wootton hundred Wootton hundred c. 1845

    Heythrop , Rousham , and Great Tew and smaller parks of the 18th century or earlier at North and Middle Aston , Glympton , Ledwell , Sandford , and Tackley ; notable country houses survive at Heythrop and Rousham .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAGE, Francis (1726-1803), of Middle Aston, Oxon. and Acton Hall, Worcs.

    sold Middle Aston for £13,166. Page was remembered in the neighbourhood 80 years later only by William Durran whom, as a lazy errand boy, he had beaten with his stick.Rev. C. C. Brookes, Steeple Aston and Middle Aston (1929), 134,

    BAKER, Richard (c.1568-1645), of Highgate, Mdx.; later of Middle Aston, Oxon.

    Highgate, Mdx.; later of Middle Aston, Oxon. Constituency Dates Arundel 1593 East Grinstead 1597 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Oxon. 1620-1. Biography Baker, a well-known religious and historical writer of his day, was descended from Sir John Baker, Henry VIII’s chancellor of

    PAGE, Francis (?1726-1803), of Middle Aston, Oxon.

    (?1726-1803), of Middle Aston, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxford University 1768 Mar. 1801 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Oxon. 1752-3. Biography Page was an Oxfordshire country gentleman, of no great political or intellectual attainments, but devoted to Church and University. He was elected

    PAGE, Francis (c.1661-1741), of the Inner Temple

    in Lancashire in 1715–16 and was promoted to the Exchequer bench in 1718. He had purchased the manor of Middle Aston in Oxfordshire in 1714, and set about rebuilding the mansion there and consolidating the estate with further acquisitions. The

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Mich , Christopher Michell , Christopher Edward Henry John Nicholas, examination of Micklethwaite , Dr., Master of the Temple Middle Aston , manor of Middleburgh Middlecoats , Sir Thomas Middle Park , alias the North Park, part of Hampton Court Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, December 1685, 1-5, 01 December 1685-05 December 1685

    Allum, of same. Tho. Thomkins, of same. Eliz. Tomkins, widow, of same. Margaret Hawkins, of same. Robert Fox, of Middle Aston. Ralph Hatton, of Tursmeere. Mary Cox, of same. James Waters, of same. Jno. Pennington, of Hardwick. Vinca East, widow,

    Charles I - volume 120, November 1-16, 1628, 01 November 1628-16 November 1628

    April 24, 1625, on which day he became a debtor to the Crown, was seised of the manor of Middle Aston, which had been taken into the hands of the Crown, but that Sir Thomas Baker and Arthur Baker had Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    Warwick, 1125. -, William, Recusant, Birmingham, 1124. Aston Cantlow (co. Warwick), 1123. - North (co. Oxford), 454. - see Middle Aston. Astry , Sir Samuel, Attorney in the King's Bench, King's Coroner and Clerk of the Crown in the King's

    Index, F

    Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124. -, Peter, Army salary, 1081; looking after the Galleries, Chelsea Hospital, 1351. -, Robert, of Middle Aston, Recusant, 455. -, -, son of Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124. -, Sam., Quaker, co. Kent, 633. -, Col.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard Hill obtaius the second prize for the cow numbered 16; and the eminent breeder, Mar. William Cetlher, of Middle Aston, exhibits, In No. 20, an animal which well deserves the honour of commendation ehe has obtained.-In Class 4, Hereford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prize list contained the well-known names of the Duke of Maslborough, Mr. 3. Bryan, of Southleigh, Mr. Cother, of Middle Aston, Mr. U. Lythdll, of lRdford, near Leamington, and Messre Lythall, of Spittall Farm. There was a small show of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was desirous of following the profession of a farmer, was plgnad as a pnuil to Mr. W. Cother, of Middle Aston, Oxford- shlre, who enjoys an extensive reputation as, a breader of 'Cotswold sheep, and during the time :he weas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    character occurred on Wednesday night, at the tick-yard of Mr. Cother, the elebrated aheep breeder, of the Grange Farm, Middle Aston. Two wheat ricks, two hay ricks, and a barley rick ware completetl destroyed, besides damaging many other ricks which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12, 1805. M R. COTiJER'S AUCTION SALE of PRIME LI FAT STOCK Will take pilace on his Fari, at Middle Aston. near Heyforsl and Somnerton Stati. is, Great Western ilseasy, about 11l mile from each, on TUESDAY cSXT, thns 12th, Subscribers-only content

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