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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Bromhall

    1391 , to the prioress and nuns of Bromhall, to appropriate, in consideration of their poverty, the advowson of North Stoke , co. Oxford . 3 The priory had to pay 3 s . 4 d . pension on Christmas

    Parishes Didcot

    54 Sir Walter Stonor died 8 January 1550 -1, having bequeathed Didcot to his younger brother John Stonor of North Stoke . 55 The latter's son Sir Francis Stonor inherited under this will 56 and sold the manor in 1563

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Tortington

    the abbey of Seez, the canons held those of Tyneham in Dorset , apparently by gift of the founder; North Stoke , given by the earl of Arundel , 5 who had succeeded to the patronage of the priory in

    Early Man Bronze Age

    and other signs of flint-working are found on the limestone between the Cherwell and the Evenlode and again round North Stoke and Mongewell. The majority of the arrow-heads are of the so-called 'beaker' type, 17 small, with curved edges and

    Early Man Mesolothic and Neolithic

    axes and weapons. These higher sites may be brought into line with the lower slopes of the Chilterns between North Stoke and Ewelme where numerous rough flint implements of the Thames pick type occur (Pl. II i ), which were

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 322, May 24-31, 1636, 24 May 1636-31 May 1636

    Seal with arms . 1 p . ] May 26. 14. Statement of the case of Richard Freake of North Stoke, Sussex, brought before the Lords for having commenced an action against Thomas Wolvin, Thomas Harmwood, John Combes, and others, Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 249, February 1650, 01 February 1650-28 February 1650

    Duke of Buckingham, and not yet sequestered. He also alleges that Sir Sutton Coney, of North Stoke, has undervalued his estate in North Stoke, & c., 300 l . a year, and Parliament has granted him the benefit of his Subscribers-only content

    General Index, N, O, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    order of Northfleet , Kent Northover , Somerset, papers relating to shipmoney North Sands Head North Seas , the North Stoke , Sussex, paper relating to shipmoney Northumberland Sheriff, see Carnaby, Sir William. papers relating to ship-money Deputy Lieutenants Justices Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 344, January 15-26, 1637, 15 January 1637-26 January 1637

    of Richard Freake. They find the case to be, that Freake is tenant to Mr. Stanley of lands in North Stoke, Sussex, which the inhabitants of that place have lately desired to tax at eight yard-land. Freake had opposed the Subscribers-only content

    Index, L

    Leech , Nathaniel, son of Thomas Leech to succeed his father in the vicarage of North Stoke, 121 Leech , Thomas, Vicar of North Stoke letter to Earl of Salisbury, 121 Leer [East Friesland, Netherlands ] Mancicidor's wife drowned on

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARMION, John (by 1519-80 or later), of Adwell and Ewelme, Oxon.

    family’s Oxfordshire lands, while John Parker of Barnwood, Gloucestershire, who had married Anthony Marmion’s daughter Elizabeth or Isabel, held North Stoke, Oxfordshire, for his wife’s lifetime. The matter was resolved in John Marmion’s favour, although claims were still being made

    MICHELL, Robert (1653-1729), of Petersfield, Hants.

    Horsham to his son, but the bulk of his estate, including lands in Petersfield, the manors of Denton and North Stoke in Sussex, and a fine collection of books and political pamphlets, went to his daughter, Catherine, who married John

    RYMAN, William (d.1443), of Appledram, Suss.

    he acquired property at Appledram on the coast near Chichester, and his land there, together with his manor of North Stoke, was assessed at £20 a year shortly afterwards. (Part of the house he built at Appledram, including a three-storied

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward Stuart, 17/6/1755

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 133087 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Stuart Forename Edward Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 17/6/1755 Office/Status Curate Location North Stoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Richard Smith, 16/7/1805

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 133958 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename Richard Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 16/7/1805 Office/Status Curate Location North Stoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Thomas Palmer, 15/6/1570

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 205545 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Palmer Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 15/6/1570 Office/Status Rector Location North Stoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/8/13 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Benedict Wadye, 15/6/1570

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 205546 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wadye Forename Benedict Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 15/6/1570 Office/Status Curate Location North Stoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/8/13 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Thomas Palmer, 9/3/1573

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 205763 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Palmer Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/3/1573 Office/Status Rector Location North Stoke// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/8/13 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county Hastings Somerset, East Berwick, borough Hertford Staffordshire, South Beverley Leeds Stafford, borough Bodmin Leominster St Alban's Boston Lincolnshire, North Stoke on-Trent Bradford London, city Sunderland Bristol Macclesfield Surrey, West Bury St Edmund's Marlow, Great Tewkesbnry Chichester Middlesex Totnes Cornwall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £10. Exltibitor and breeder, Joserepr 1r. Clark, Altwood, hioden- head. Secacd, £1a. Exhibitor and breeder, Johni Pitmara King, n North Stoke, Wallingford. ExTRA SToCg a re-Silvor medal for thle best pig. Exhibitor s nod brecedr, 3dmln Overman, Bumbam Sittoc, Buirnhranm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. I F~~---- - [Fromr our London Rceporter.1 The great annualshlow Of fat cattle, sheep, Pigs, roots. A and Inlplenlentil, which hug been ,held for many years In P the spacious Agricultural HAll Islington, opened Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year old' (under 23 months).-1st, £20., ~r. Alfred Morrison, Fonthill House, 1'isbury, 21 months; 2nd, £15., Mr. Tbomas Dodd, North Stoke, W~alhingford, 22 months . 3rd,- £5., Messrs. Robert and John Russell,' Horton Kirby, Dnrtford, 22 months 1 week. Class Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Drosy Ti'psay; dlr. it. Fowler Aylesbury: Air. A. E. W. Darby Little Ness ; hr. J. P.. Hing, North Stoke, and Lord Cheshran while forsingle pigs the winners are Mr. NV. Wi heeler and the Earl of i lBadnor.. Subscribers-only content

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