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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old Stratford Old Stratford Village

    Old StratfordOLD STRATFORD The village of Old Stratford grew up on either side of Watling Street close to the point at which it crossed the river Ouse into Buckinghamshire , where the larger settlement of Stony Stratford similarly developed

    Furtho FURTHO Site of Furtho village

    scheme on foot to add part of the village of Old Stratford to his parish, 83 which he claimed contained only four houses, including the two in Old Stratford . 84 In 1914 the duk e of Grafton 's agent

    Cosgrove COSGROVE Cosgrove Village

    in Old Stratford were added to Cosgrove in 1882 . 9 After the changes of that year the area of Cosgrove parish was reduced to 1,444 a. 10 In 1916 the detached portion of Potterspury in Old Stratford was transferred

    Chairman's foreword

    Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate 18 Alderton 39 Ashton 59 Cosgrove 77 Easton Neston 98 Furtho 127 Grafton Regis 142 Hartwell 176 Old Stratford 198 Passenham 208 Paulerspury 245 Potterspury 289 Roade 345 Stoke Bruerne 374 Wicken 413

    Passenham PASSENHAM Site of Passenham Village Deanshanger Village

    Deanshanger , three in Puxley and two in Old Stratford . 91 A total of 137 households were assessed to the hearth tax in Deanshanger and Passenham in 1674 (when Old Stratford was assessed separately), including 44 charged in Deanshanger

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the small tithes of ' wool, lamb, and other small and privy tithes, herbage, oblations,' &c., in Stratford, Old Stratford, Bishopton, and Welcombe, in the county of Warwick. The vendor was Raphe Huband, of Ippesley, Esquire; and fiom the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early yesterdayI miau(nin.J Deceased-S * O occupied the post of registrar of I 'birthis ianid rca ths for the Old Stratford district;- was well ' known throughout Souith 'Warwicksllire, and was pro. z lbablY one of the oldest 9.or-law officers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Moreton Morrell: t it Ed-rard Sale, farmer. Marston Sicca: William Izod, is farmer. Newbold Pacey: Joseph Hyde. farmer. r- Old Stratford : Rev. G. Arbuthnot, , clerk in holy Is orders, and William Izod, ' farmer. Preston Bag- -e got: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'cloelk. leeS I, The Stratford polling district coDmprised the parishes of or ir Alveston, Atleerstone-on-Stoeer, iBinton, LueddcagtenI dee Ulticate, Old Stratford, Stratford-on-Avon, asid Whit' dirt churcli, and, includisig a fewv duplicates, the number of OPO Hie voters on the register Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pratt, Budbrooke: C. INElls, W0roxall; R. Hudson, Lapivorth; , 3J. t Haynes, Snittcrfield; 1'. Gilbert, Tanworth ; R. Garratt, Old Stratford; S. Fennel], Curdworth; J. Errinoton, Middle Bickenhill; 0. A. Daffarn. Coleshill; G. W. Cockshott, Hoeldey Heath; and Thomas :LBetterad-e, Subscribers-only content

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