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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Leigh Charities for the poor

    North Leigh Charities for the poor Charities for the poor The Perrotts were unusually beneficent in endowing parochial charities. Edward Perrott (d. 1667), a Portugal merchant and son of Edward (d. 1685), left £40 to the poor of North Leigh

    North Leigh Local government

    North Leigh Local government Local government The tenants of North Leigh , like others in the honor of St. Valery, had by 1255 had their suit at Wootton hundred court withdrawn by Richard, earl of Cornwall (d. 1272). A twice

    North Leigh Nonconformity

    to North Leigh from Kiddington , a centre of Roman Catholicism. 25 An aged widow was mentioned as a Catholic in 1759 . 26 Friends' meetings were held at the house of Thomas Taylor , a North Leigh freeholder 27

    North Leigh Education

    North Leigh Education Education Anne Perrott , wife of James (d. 1724), gave in 1721 a rent charge of 50 s . to teach and buy books for poor North Leigh children aged between two and ten. A school was

    North Leigh Manor and other estates

    of North Leigh , probably straddled the parish boundary between North Leigh and Finstock but did not include any part of Wilcote parish. After Elizabeth's death it passed for more than a century with the family's other North Leigh estate.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILCOTES, William (d.1411), of North Leigh, Oxon.

    (d.1411), of North Leigh, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 1385 Oxfordshire Feb 1388 Oxfordshire Jan. 1390 Oxfordshire 1391 Oxfordshire 1394 Oxfordshire 1395 Oxfordshire Sept. 1397 Oxfordshire 1410 Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Oxford castle Feb. 1387, Oxford Feb., Nov. 1393,

    PAYNELL, Sir Thomas (c.1343-c.1403), of Buscot and Ufton Robert, Berks.

    he obtained a lease for their lives of a number of properties situated to the west of Woodstock, at North Leigh, Wilcote, Charlbury and elsewhere.[footnote]It may well be the case that Paynell saw military service in his youth in the

    VANE (FANE), Sir Ralph (by 1510-52), of Hadlow, nr. Tonbridge, Kent.

    1531; gent. pens. 1540, lt. by 1545-d.; chief gov. Cage and Postern parks, Kent, and Tonbridge warrens 1542; keeper, North Leigh park, Kent 1546; j.p. Kent 1547; commr. sewers 1540, chantries 1548, relief 1550. Biography Sir Ralph Vane’s Membership of

    BECKINGHAM, Thomas (d.1431), of Upton Russels in Blewbury, Berks.

    to the parliamentary indenture drawn up at Oxford, and he died later that same year. He was buried at North Leigh church, Oxfordshire. His eldest son William took his place in local administration (serving as escheator of Oxfordshire and Berkshire

    BLAKET, John (d.1430), of Icomb, Glos. and Noseley, Leics.

    July. A few years later Elizabeth Blaket built and endowed a chapel, afterwards known as the Wilcotes chapel, in North Leigh parish church, where prayers were to be said for the souls of her sons (Sir Thomas and Sir John

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, I, J, K, L, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    c. Lindesay , Messrs. George and John, appointment Lindley , Eliz., of Skegby, Notts Lindsay , George, minister of North Leigh Hercules, professor of Civil Law in Glasgow University, deceased James, presentation Sir John, Captain of H.M.S. "Tartar," at Pensacola, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    letter from Northey , Lieut. Col. Northfleet , Kent, vicarage of Northington , Earl of, creation of North Island North Leigh , co. of Edinburgh, ministers of Northumberland , co. of, grand jury of, zealous conduct riots and rioters in Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, July 1670, 01 July 1670-31 July 1670

    I commend Wm. Parsons a suffering cavalier, who lost his fellowship in Corpus Christi College for the living of North Leigh, Devonshire, void by decease of Wm. Hutton. [ S.P. Dom., Car. II . 277, No . 27. ] Annexing Subscribers-only content

    Tables, January to December 1765, 01 January 1765-31 December 1765

    Jan. 85 Morison, Mr. Philip, minister of the Gospel, vice Mr. George Lindsay, deceased. Minister of the church of North Leigh, in the presbytery and county of Edinburgh. 4 March 85 Mutter, Mr.Thomas, vice Mr. Wight, deceased. Minister of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Youitt, a SITUATION in a Ware- W house, to assist in the Bsok-letping. Good rofoaroice.-App y, Lowver Hiding Farm, North Leigh, Witney, Oxon. elliS tSmall PAMPHLET (sevemity peges) of easy Frenceh is E A QUIJED to be TRANSLATED, with the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    April, 7, High. house Turnpike. Iirprrctnol (at 12).-This day, April 4, Heythrop; Wednes. day, 6, Barringion Pars: Saturday, 9, North Leigh. fitcfluny Clt 12).-This clay, April 4, Red Lion, Huntley; Wiedlesday, 6, Hales End Saturday, 9, Hope End. LUDL;OW (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uonDseiulrl, EAeT (at 12),-Thursday, April 7, High- bousae Turnpike. I I.fHzrnor (at 12).-Wedues5day, April 6, Barrington Irark;: Saturday, 9, North Leigh. LEusDDusY (t '12).' Wednesday, April 6, Halese Rnd; Satur. day, 9, Efope End. i - ' . I .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,, liAeT (nt 12).-Thursday, April 7, HIghi housb Turnpike. HEn-rrReop (at 12).-This day, April 6, Barrington Park,' Saturday, 9Y North Leigh. -LFDIUiiiYi let.12).-Thin day, April 6, Hales Endl Sit nr. LVDLOW. (at 11).-Thursday, Apni 7, ilangley Dingles; Satur. daty, 9,' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - THE MIANCHESTER C CORPORATION ENQUIRY. The enquiry-before Mr. Lister, one of thc RMgistrars of the listrict County Court-into thecoharges made by the elective auditors against the Manchester Corporation * Health Committee was rcsumec yesterday.-Dr. Pank- hurst addressed the Subscribers-only content

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